AFTRA and SAG form a friendly alphabet soup.
Let the elaborate dance numbers recommence!
The guild has authorized its national board to proceed with a work stoppage.
Unions representing actors, dancers, and various technicians have gone on strike in Mumbai, effectively shutting down India's prolific film industry.
The strike is over!
Plus: Broadway strike hurting tourism? Hooray!
But what happens if the strike doesn't get resolved? Seth Meyers, "a New Hampshire boy," said he'd probably take a job "shoveling show." Fred Armisen told us he'd be a stuntman, and Jason Sudeikis said he'd join either the Army or the Blue Man Group.
Plus: T.I.'s new video!
As we enter the third day of the Broadway stagehands strike, it's only now that we realize just how serious this all is.
After a last-minute offer from the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers failed to materialize before the Writers Guild's contract expired Wednesday, WGA leaders last night announced plans to strike last night.
Writers Guild contract negotiations broke down last night before the midnight deadline, presumably so members of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers could go trick-or-treating.
Today's the big day! The Writers Guild's contract expires at midnight tonight, which means they have only a few short hours to negotiate a new one with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers before a strike is called and Hollywood crumbles into the Pacific Ocean, never to be heard from again.
Stock footage to the rescue!
Not a chair shortage!
While wildfires filled Hollywood skies with smoke and obvious metaphor, entertainment labor strikes were authorized on both coasts over the weekend.
Yesterday, Website ComingSoon.net obtained the complete top-secret list of all the films (and their attached directors) that will soon be stinking up a theater near you … Which movies will suck the most?