Hollywood is going to all-out war, after last-minute talks gave false hope that today's strike by the Writers Guild of America could be averted -- or at least delayed for a few days.
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In a last-ditch attempt to avert a strike, the Writers Guild of America will return to the negotiating table Sunday morning to meet with studios and networks.
NBC is putting the kibosh on "Heroes: Origins" -- and the possibility of a strike contributed to the decision.
If there's a strike, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson could be the first of many casualties.
While the networks have been repeating the mantra that "screens will not go black," it won't take long for TV viewers to see the impact of a Writers Guild of America strike.
The studios have spent the better part of the last year trying to protect themselves from possible strike effects.
As might be expected from showbiz writers, the WGA is probably going to push back its deadline.
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