NBC is putting the kibosh on "Heroes: Origins" -- and the possibility of a strike contributed to the decision.
Writers Guild Of America
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.
A writers strike could mean boom time for the network's news divisions as they ratchet up production to fill holes in primetime.
A WGA strike could have a fast and severe effect on post-production houses, especially those that get the bulk of their work from television.
Although strike anxiety is clouding Hollywood's outlook, the New York film business views the labor mess as a potential silver lining.
As buyers, sellers, producers and agents converge on Santa Monica today for the American Film Market, many of the participants will be focused on news emanating from Writers Guild of America…
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