Deadline Hollywood Daily News Highlights

  • Box Office Cliffhanger: Sunday Numbers Show ‘The Hangover’ Catching ‘Up’ For #1
  • Laurie Perlman vs Toby Emmerich, Again
  • ‘Angels & Demons’ Passes $400M Global
  • Producers Name “Digital 25″ Of 2009
  • James Cameron Talks ‘Avatar’ At Producers Conference
  • The Weinstein Company To Restructure
  • Carl Icahn Still Fighting for Lionsgate
  • GE/NBCU Freezing Out Media Coverage Of Company: Hollywood Reporter Iced
  • Universal Responds To ‘Bruno’ Lawsuit
  • CAA About To Start Recording Division
  • Is Showtime’s Richard Licata An Idiot?
  • Winners: 10th Golden Trailer Awards
  • Tommy Lee Jones Exits WME For CAA
  • James Cameron Signed Up ‘Avatar’ Technology With CAA
  • Agency Feeding Frenzy Over Ice Cube
  • Gersh Agency Signings Include Winona Ryder, Sam Waterston, Alicia Witt
  • CAA Is Signing Miley Cyrus
  • NBC’s Hunter Jumps To OWN; AETN’s Raven To Run Expanded TV Venture
  • Philip Berk Elected HFPA President
  • NBC Edicts Already Killing Jay Leno Show By Favoring Conan
  • NBC Uses Obama To Plug Conan & SNL
  • Miley Cyrus Fired United Talent Today
  • Yet Another Showbiz Media Outlet Killed
  • Harvey Exits Live Nation Board For S2BN
  • WME Signs Mitch Hurwitz From CAA
  • Another Bloodbath At Hollywood Reporter
  • “The Deal Is Done”: Chase Carey Will Become Next News Corp No. 2
  • COOs Nancy Utley And Stephen Gilula Now Presidents Of Fox Searchlight
  • WME Entertainment Officially Merges With Parties, & Lots And Lots Of Meetings
  • Guillermo’s “No Geek Left Behind” Policy
  • Twilight ‘New Moon’ Trailer Scores 5.8 Mil Views In 24 Hours
  • Laid Off WMA Agents To UTA, ICM, CAA
  • Hedge Fund Manager Is Villain In Oliver Stone’s ‘Wall Street 2’
  • GM Bankruptcy Bad News For TV Biz
  • Conan O’Brien’s ‘Tonight Show’ Debut
  • ‘Transformers 2’ Tracking HUGE

  • Deadline Hollywood Daily’s Guild Highlights

  • New Media Company Born Out Of WGA Strike Receives Web Recognition
  • Election Results Signal Big Change For AFTRA’s Los Angeles & National Boards
  • Scott Bakula, Melissa Leo, Sally Field Make Pro & Con SAG Contract Videos
  • Both Sides Of SAG Product Integration
  • “Vote No” Talks Product Integration; “Vote Yes” Disputes Video Explanation
  • Point-Counterpoint On SAG Contract
  • Ed Asner Gives His View Of SAG History; Mrs. Landingham Replies To Prez Bartlet
  • More “Vote No” Actors Explain Why
  • Your (Un)Trustworthy Trades Voting Yes

  • Deadline Hollywood Daily’s “Produced By” Conference Highlights

  • ‘Produced By’: Clint Eastwood
  • ‘Produced By’: Marshall Herskovitz
  • ‘Produced By’: Film Tax Incentives
  • ‘Produced By’: Larry Gordon Uncovered
  • ‘Produced By’: Hit & Miss Episodic TV
  • ‘Produced By’: Product Integration
  • ‘Produced By’: Reality TV’s Many Woes
  • ‘Produced By’: What Would You Steal?
  • ‘Produced By’ Confab: Production Assts
  • ‘Produced By’ Confab: James Cameron