Will those growing rumors of a Hollywood strike trifecta – with SAG, WGA, and DGA ordering members to halt work until contracts are negotiated – pan out? And, more importantly, would such a strike last the nearly six months that 1988’s dispute did?
We’re hearing reports of Tinsle-types being “panic stricken” over the possibility. (Then again, we love us some sensationalism.) As of last night, guild members and members’ employers were meeting.
We’re hearing not so good things. Says one WGA type of attended last night’s tension headache: “I wouldn’t so much call it a ‘meeting’ as it was a forced gathering of in-laws who would rather throw glass vases at each other than engage in conversation.”
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