SAG Eyes More Talks Rather than Strike

Jun 30, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Although the current Screen Actors Guild contract with the studios expires Monday night, the guild’s national president Alan Rosenberg said in statement that SAG has not taken steps toward calling a strike, Deadline Hollywood Daily reports. If no eleventh-hour deal is reached, several possibilities may occur, including an extension of negotiations, which the Hollywood Reporter says is likely. The SAG talks are expected to be largely influenced by the July 8 results of AFTRA’s contract ratification vote.
—Sergio Ibarra

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