Transportation workers from the Teamsters' Hollywood Local 399 voted to accept a new contract from movie and TV producers on Sunday, avoiding the possibility of an industry-wide strike. Earlier this month, the labor union threatened to strike if wage increases were not approved by the Allia ... More >>
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Is the unthinkable about to happen again?
Be afraid. Be very afraid
Two major shakeups
When upheaval at the L.A. Times is the good news
Inglorious Bastards and ungrateful bitches
But when will Hollywood ever get back to work?
Can't they act like they get along
Repeat of big-media arrogance toward WGA
Meanwhile, pilots are vibrantly alive
Thar she blows
Don't be surprised if writers revolt over this one
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Must the show go on?
Moguls following their own script
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Why TV showrunners could be the collateral damage of this writers’ strike
Why the WGA strike is a bigger mess now than ever
The 411 on the “Holloween” fear and loathing
The writers want it, the moguls want it... what a bunch of idiots
A fed up writers’ union hopes to appeal to a sense of fair play. In Hollywood
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Hollywood screenwriters get ready for talks
Writers, moguls and Hollywood’s day of reckoning
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