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The dominant question in Hollywood these days is simple: When is the writers strike going to be over?The answer is laden with uncertainty, though, amid ongoing saber-rattling and a furious PR battle…
As if anyone needed proof, the WGA and the studios are now further apart than they were 11 days ago when the strike started.
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There's an image war raging during the WGA strike, and the writers seem to be winning.
Thomas Short, president of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, is blasting the Writers Guild of America and accusing its leaders of being determined to go on strike.
New Line has tapped Robert Duvall for the holiday comedy "Four Christmases," starring Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon.
The writers strike -- now in its 10th day with no resolution in sight -- is shaping up as a long and painful one as positions harden with each passing day.
The DGA is launching negotiations today in New York with the three major networks for staff and freelance directors -- a contract that's separate from its basic film-TV contract.
Several WGA scribes on sudsers have decided to cross the picket line to keep their jobs.
The image war over the writers strike rages on -- with no movement toward the bargaining table.