Tommy Lee Jones won for Lincoln!
In light of guild's alert to actors.
More problems in Middle Earth.
Also, Jeremy Renner and Diane Kruger's Oscar chances just improved greatly.
Was anyone actually worried about an actors' strike? If so, they can finally put their minds at ease.
If you'd been hoping for a Hollywood-crippling actors' strike, we have bad news.
Probably Mickey Rourke.
Owing to growing dissent among its own ranks, SAG leaders announced last night that they're delaying the strike vote for two weeks.
A strike could happen soon enough to prevent the Golden Globe Awards from taking place in January, though we'd imagine there would also be a downside.
The guild has authorized its national board to proceed with a work stoppage.
The Screen Actors Guild has been without a contract since June, and the situation is not looking any better.
Plus 'Bruno' gets a release date, and David Sedaris is a liar no longer.
Plus, dish on The Donald, The Portman and The Huma in our daily roundup.
"It's easy for people to strike if they're not working on a regular basis."
AFTRA represents soap-opera stars, stunt people, and voice-over announcers. SAG represents all other actors. If SAG strikes and AFTRA doesn't, then HOLD ON TO YOUR HATS!