The final arm of the Guild triumvirate has at last cast its runestones into the cleromantic circle, with the Director’s Guild of America joining symbolic hands with the Screen Actors and Writers Guilds to divine the will of the industry universe. And according to the DGA, the universe thought War Horse was sort of overrated, as Steven Spielberg found himself edged out of a list of otherwise predictable nominees with a surprise upset by David Fincher, whose The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo has more or less missed out on pre-Oscar accolades until very recently.
The nominations are already in from the Screen Actors and Producers Guilds, which means it's time for the Writers Guild to also offer its opinions, in typical screenwriter fashion, now that no one's really listening anymore. As with... Read Post
We've reached the final piece of the pre-Oscars puzzle that someone who enjoys unusually boring puzzles is assembling, now that the Directors Guild has followed the Screen Actors, Writers, and Producers Guilds in arranging increasin... Read Post
Pressure is mounting on the Screen Actors Guild to secure a contract before the June 30 deadline, in order to avert another crippling Hollywood strike. On Wednesday, labor unions like the Directors Guild of America and the Los Angel... Read Post