While details of the contract have not yet been disclosed, the strike officially ended at 12:01 am PT November 9, with guild members to ratify the agreement once the board signs off on the deal.
Tagged With: Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers
While details of the response have not yet been disclosed, an agreement still seems out of reach with continued disagreement on ‘several essential items.’
The short game on AI goes to the Writers Guild of America, but the studios are playing the long game.
After five consecutive days of negotiations that lead to a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract, guild leaders have voted and the strike is officially over.
After 146 days on strike and five consecutive days of negotiations, both parties have tentatively agreed on a new three-year contract, with guild leaders expected to vote on the final pact and strike lift on Tuesday.
The union has signed interim agreements with AMC Studios to resume production on ‘The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon,’ and ‘The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live,’ as well as ‘Interview With the Vampire,’ which all premiere in 2024.
‘Deadpool 3,’ ‘Apples Never Fall,’ and ‘Mortal Kombat 2’ are some of the first projects affected as roughly 160,000 film and TV actors take to the picket line after negotiations fail with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
Roughly 160,000 film and TV actors will join the more than 11,000 writers currently on strike after negotiations failed with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
With a nearly 98 percent vote, Hollywood’s largest union has officially voted ‘OK’ on a strike if deemed necessary in the upcoming labor negotiations with studios and streamers.
Max's head of drama Francesca Orsi reveals not all projects will continue in development due to the strike, and while the series starring Kit Harington could ‘go either way,’ the actor and executive producer is still attached.
With negotiations at a standstill and no sign of bending on either side, studios may turn to AI to pen scripts in the absence of Hollywood’s writers.
From Marvel to Netflix, the studios behind a slew of series and films have both voluntarily and involuntarily halted filming as the strike hits its second week, with multiple studios threatening showrunners with salary cuts and potential legal action.
For the first time since 2007, the WGA has ordered a work stoppage on all film and TV script writing, with pickets beginning this afternoon to protest wage and residual pay level inequalities exacerbated by the rise of streaming platforms.
The voluntary move by 20th Television Animation comes as TAG members ratify its 2021-2024 Master Agreement.
After months of negotiations, the 2021-2024 Animation Guild Master Agreement gets ratified with overwhelming support and a historic voter turnout.
New deal includes retroactive wage increases, gains for animation writers, and the addition of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a covered holiday.
Three-year deal with Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) secures important gains for members, including a first-ever portable paid parenting benefit fund; additional funding for the WGA pension plan; and additional rights to address inclusion and equity programs with employers.
In a major step towards restarting the state’s entertainment business that has been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Gavin Newsom and the Department of Public Health have released guidelines for how production shooting can resume.
New pact improves coverage of productions made for streaming services, preserves members’ health and pension benefits, and raises wage minimums for covered work.
IATSE Animation Guild Local 839 reaches deal on new three-year contract with Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.