Actors to strike? Posted June 24, 2008

Actors to strike?

One strike in a year is bad luck, but two? A scary prospect which will put fear in the heart of studio execs. The Screen Actors Guild (SAG), and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers (AMPTP), look like they will not reach agreement on a pay-deal before the deadline next Tuesday.

A strike would disrupt production of movies & television shows, such as The Big Bang Theory. The previous season was heavily interrupted by the Writers' Strike.

The Independent of London has the full story.

Comments (2)

Jay United Kingdom, 10:29 Jun 25 2008.
This sucks. Another strike will mean we have to wait even longer for more episodes. This show seems cursed!
Mike United Kingdom, 07:25 Jun 24 2008.
I hope the actors don't strike, I don't want the show to be further disrupted.

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