It's not because marching is a good form of cardiovascular exercise.
Nope, it wasn't because of the borderline inhumane conditions faced by the contestants.
Both of Peter Jackson's films will be shot there after the government throws in some incentives.
"Mike decided in order to get season 3 done he was going to have to lead the pack and wants to encourage the rest of his cast to follow his lead."
Teamsters would stop work August 1.
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.
Owing to growing dissent among its own ranks, SAG leaders announced last night that they're delaying the strike vote for two weeks.
Who could blame them? Picket lines are great for networking!
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 strike is over!
Despite any excitement over a possible end to the writers' strike soon, Writers Guild and AMPTP insiders say "there's still a possibility this thing could get fucked."
Just as we were finally beginning to accept the reality of a future without scripted television, it seems as though the writers' strike may actually be nearing an end.
The WGA continues to play awards-show hardball, being coy today over whether it will grant a waiver for next month's Oscar ceremony.
Amid fears that the ongoing writers' strike might prevent next month's Grammy Awards from being anything but the glorious miracle that we're all accustomed to, SAG members Beyoncé and Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl have announced they will break with their guild and defy picket lines.
So get your party hats out of storage, but don't put them on yet, is basically what we're saying.
But the news isn't all smiley faces on placards! Plus, the true victims of the strike: entertainment journalists.
"What?" you might ask. "I thought the Grammys were a three-hour unscripted mess!"
Plus: The Golden Globes go Bushless!
"He should have done like Ellen did and had a bongo recital."
Owing to the celebrities' refusal to cross picket lines to collect their statues at Sunday night's planned Golden Globes ceremony, NBC, Dick Clark, and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association have officially called off the event.
Tonight marks the triumphant (?), writerless return of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert after a two-month absence from late night.