With Hollywood's nerves stretched to the breaking point over a possible strike by thesps, it's make-or-break time for the Screen Actors Guild at the bargaining table.
American World Pictures has picked up sales and distribution rights to three projects -- "The Lena Baker Story," "Shoot on Sight" and "The Little Traitor."
Amid confusing signals to a worried town, the Screen Actors Guild and the majors launch their fourth week of feature-primetime talks today.
"Iron Man" forged B.O. gold in its overseas debut, ruling foreign multiplexes with a $96.8 million take from 7,500 playdates in 57 international markets.
SAG and the majors have made enough progress to continue negotiations Monday, following a rare weekend session triggered by the guild's first significant concessions.
"Iron Man" may have already earned more than $60 million worldwide, including an estimated Friday domestic take of $30 million or more for Paramount and Marvel Studios.
Following the first significant breakthrough in SAG's contract talks, the guild and the majors have made enough progress to plan on a return to the bargaining table Saturday.
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With Hollywood's hopes for labor peace hitting the skids for now, the Screen Actors Guild and the majors will pull the plug today on three weeks of largely unproductive talks -- with no sign of…