After a year of getting sidelined in Hollywood, Asian-American comedians celebrate their first mainstage show at the popular Upright Citizens Brigade.
The complaint says the studios "secretly agreed to work together to deprive thousands of their workers of better wages and opportunities to advance their careers at other companies."
The company cited the need to operate as efficiently as possible, which could be translated as: "We need to protect ourselves against Rupert Murdoch."
L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti made the rounds in Sacramento Wednesday in a final push to support a bill on expanding California's tax credit program for film and TV production.
After causing some drama, Senator Kevin de León says he just wants to make California's tax credit "better." But the mystery remains by how much.
As 29 members of California's Congressional delegation urge the enhancement of film tax incentives, others question whether they are a good idea.
There's still no dollar figure attached to it, but a bill that would expand California's film and television tax credit program has passed a Senate committee.