Union had issued "do not work" order

SAG-AFTRA has reached an agreement with entertainment advertising conglomerate Cimarron Productions Inc. after the union asserted that the company had not paid performers.

A spokeswoman for Cimarron told Variety that the company had resolved the dispute Friday in the wake of the union telling members that they could not provide services until further notice.

A spokesperson for SAG-AFTRA had no comment. But a person familiar with the situation indicated that the union had reached a tentative agreement with Cimarron.

Cimarron is a 32-year-old agency. It recently worked on Summit’s campaign for the “Twilight” franchise, and Universal’s “The Lorax,” “American Reunion,” “Five Year Engagement,” “Bridesmaids,” “Despicable Me 2,” Relativity’s “Immortals and Fox’s “Glee.”

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