>The Actors Go To War

>…with each other.

SAG (film actors) & AFTRA (TV/Radio actors) will negotiate their contracts separately. Frankly, after the things hurled at the writers during our recent strike, I hope that neither side goes to strike–but–if one side does, I really hope it’s SAG. The sheer comedy of seeing that lot trapsing around Universal City with picket signs would be worth it.

Yes, I have a heavy pro-TV bias.

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous · March 31, 2008

    >the last paragraph of the article you linked to is hilarious for its subtlety:”the alliance of motion picture and television producers, which represents studios, said in a statement that it looks forward to bargaining with aftra. It did not mention sag.”

  2. Anonymous · March 31, 2008

    >the last paragraph of the article you linked to is hilarious for its subtlety:”the alliance of motion picture and television producers, which represents studios, said in a statement that it looks forward to bargaining with aftra. It did not mention sag.”

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