Should Arnold Weigh in on SAG?

Jun 23, 2008  •  Post A Comment

In light of the economic effect the Writers Guild of American strike had on California, some are asking Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to intervene should the current Screen Actors Guild talks with producers fail, the Los Angeles Times says. SAG, which celebrated its 75th anniversary over the weekend, has only eight days before its current contract expires and find support growing for rival union AFTRA’s agreement with the studio from big names like Tom Hanks, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
—Sergio Ibarra

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