Hollywood performers instead should “choose costumes inspired by generalized characters and figures (ghost, zombie, spider, etc),” the actors’ union told members this week.
Hollywood writers are already back to work. But now SAG-AFTRA had accused studio heads of using “bullying tactics” as negotiations came to a halt.
Patrick J. Adams called his social media faux pas an “embarrassing oversight.”
In a video posted to her Instagram, the actress appeared to double down on her decision as she promised that her show will not “break rules, and we will be in compliance.”
The actress was accused of breaking SAG-AFTRA strike rules after she posted about her Hulu show “Only Murders in the Building.”
The actors guild says it’s ready to fight against studios that “exploit the talent they rely upon to make their product.”
Disney actors pushing back against poor compensation and telling all about how the company paid young actors less than union base rates.