The actors strike is finally nearing its end, with SAG-AFTRA reaching a tentative deal with Hollywood studios following tense negotiations.
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- SAG-AFTRA and Hollywood studios reach a tentative deal, putting an end to the actors strike that has been ongoing since July. Negotiations have been tense, with studios threatening to delay talks until 2024.
- The SAG-AFTRA negotiating committee has approved the deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. The strike will officially end on Thursday, November 9 at 12:01 a.m.
- Actors fought for better wages and protections against AI, among other issues. The deal still needs to be ratified, but this development marks a significant step forward in resolving the strike.
SAG-AFTRA and the major Hollywood studios have come together on a tentative deal, bringing about the end of the actors strike. Actors across the entertainment industry have been on strike since July as they fight for better wages and protections against AI, among other issues. In recent weeks, negotiations have become increasingly tense, with studios even suggesting they would push talks to 2024.
Now, The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that the SAG-AFTRA negotiating committee has approved a tentative deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. While said deal still needs to be ratified, the strike will end on Thursday, November 9 at 12:01 a.m.