Striking screenwriters, studios to renew talks

With the worst Hollywood labor crisis in 20 years headed for its third week, striking screenwriters and major studios have agreed to renew contract talks, offering the first glimmer of hope their deadlock can be broken.

The surprise announcement the two sides would return to the bargaining table on Nov. 26 came late Friday as TV production shutdowns mounted and the strike claimed its first casualty among the major film studios — postponement of "The Da Vinci Code" sequel starring Tom Hanks.

(Source: MSNBC)


Film Business, Hollywood


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