WGA

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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NBC pays $5 million a year in license fees for the right to air the Golden Globes, so even without actors they are still going to air the show.

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Look at the bright side, at least the show will be considerably shorter…

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We’ve all heard about the casualties of the writers’ strike. Now, we are hearing about the latest casualty: Award Shows.

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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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Those who write the jokes are members of the WGA. So what happens if the strike lasts until February 24?

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Ever since I saw Katherine Heigl sporting her awesome Writers Strike T-Shirt, I was hooked.

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Quick! Name your favorite writer. Screenwriter. Got it yet? No? Ok, name the writer of your favorite movie in the past year?

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As much as I support the writers in their ongoing battle against the studios, the WGA strike could be a blessing in disguise for Saturday Night Live. Maybe the show’s really dying this time. It’s hard to say.

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12 Days into the strike and we get our first big surprise.

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Need your fix of Stephen Colbert and his brilliant writing team? We’ve got that for you…

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I feel I’m in a unique place to comment on the Writer’s Strike. On one hand, I aspire to be a writer, so obviously I have to support them so that my own paychecks will be that much nicer in the future. On the other hand, I work far below the line in Hollywood, and the Writer’s Guild has put my job, and the jobs of all my coworkers, in danger.

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Question of the Day: Where do you stand? With the Writers or with the Studios?

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Earlier this week, production came to a screeching halt on my personal favorite show, The Office when members of the cast (most of whom are also writers on the show) took to the picket lines with the rest of their WGA comrades.

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The grim reality that will exist as a result of the impending Writers Guild of America strike is beginning to unfold this weekend as we begin to see reports that have much anticipated projects being put “on hold” (translation: canceled) and others being cut short.

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That’s right, you heard it here… Last. It is official, The Writers Guild of America announced late last week that its 12,000 members will go on strike Monday at 12:01am.

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