actors strike

Hollywood is already starting to get the wheels back in motion after the WGA and Sag-Aftra strikes ground things to a halt.
The longest strike for film and television actors in history is now over.
To help colleagues whose health care is at risk, Lena Dunham, Natasha Lyonne and Adam Scott are offering to do some hilariously weird things.
The Ted Lasso star pulled out of the event as a show of "support" for her fellow actors who are currently on strike.
The Oscar nominee's ties to Disney include her role in the MCU and a rumoured part in the Tangled live-action remake.
The actor addressed the strikes by the Screen Actors Guild and the Writers Guild of America in an Instagram post dedicated to his longtime acting coach.
The Primetime Emmys' last postponement occurred in 2001 following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Mike Massa roasted the AMPTP online afterward, saying he was sick of “being burned” by studios and producers.
Johnson’s donation to SAG-AFTRA will reportedly help 7,000 to 10,000 of his fellow union members.
The Game Of Thrones author — who has been protesting on the picket lines — also announced his deal with HBO has been “suspended.”