WGA Strike

No news of a 24 movie, but there is news of a made-for-tv prequel.

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In the words of the late, great Rodney Dangerfield, “Hey everybody, we’re all gonna get laid!”

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The strike could be over soon. But when are we going to get our damn TV shows back?

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Reuters and the NYT are reporting that the strike is over, and that it appears to have worked.

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Rumors are all over saying the strike is over, but don’t tell that to the WGA leadership…

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Friday and Saturday talks could lead to an end to the WGA strike as soon as next week.

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Jimmy Kimmel finds out the hard way…

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Now that the Directors Guild has a deal, the WGA may be pressed to compromise in order to end the strike.

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The Director’s Guild of America, who’s contract expires this summer, has reached a tentative agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.

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Finally, an A-lister with guts!

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The Writers Guild of America (WGA) has struck a deal with United Artists, allowing some feature writers to go back to work and opening the door for other independent studios to negotiate.

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Here you go Hollywood — when the awards are handed out, you will be making your acceptance speeches on the sidewalk.

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Last week the WGA and the Studios failed to reach a deal and each left with a sour taste in their mouth.

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What we haven’t talked enough about is the grim reality of the strike, the fact that there are thousands of writers — whose names you would never recognize — who are finding themselves in a very tough spot because of the strike.

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New negotiations, two days ongoing at this 11/27 writing, are still a secret, but I CAN tell you what’s been on the news, since it has nothing to do with what’s going on indoors.

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The prequel to the hugely successful and highly controversial DaVinci Code, Angels and Demons, has been put on production hold due to, you’ve guessed it, the WGA strike.

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All of Hollywood is talking about a video called “The Heartbreaking Voices of Uncertainty”. Now you can, too.

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Those pesky writers, they’ve been holding up the entertainment industry for too long (a little over a week). Isn’t it time someone picketed them?

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No one has been asking me the questions, but I sure as hell know the answers…

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