Writers 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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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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The Writers Guild announced its interim agreement with producers of the Grammy Awards show.

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Coming, as predicted, on the heels of the Director’s Guild of America’s deal with the AMPTP, the Writer’s Guild of America is heading back to the negotiating table.

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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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Didn’t get a chance to see the Golden Globes Telecast on the TV Guide network? We did. And trust us, you didn’t miss much…

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The newest episode of the online-only Speechless ads has premiered, and it stars Zach Braff talking dirty!

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The Writers Guild of America have announced their awards show as set for February 9th, and have released the nominees for best original screenplay, best adapted screenplay and best documentary screenplay.

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Take a look at a letter from IATSE President Thomas Short to WGA-West President Patric Verrone. Interesting stuff.

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NBC has announced that the telecast of the Golden Globe Awards has been cancelled. They will replace the show with an hour-long Press Conference.

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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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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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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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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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