Actors Still Working Without Contract
Now three months without a contract, the Screen Actors Guild is trying to get the movie studios to restart talks by looking into "three make-or-break issues," according to Variety. But studio execs aren't budging saying SAG needs to change their position on those issues. "If we can reach agreement on three threshold issues, we can finish these negotiations," SAG wrote in an open letter. "Other issues divide us, certainly, but we believe those other issues can be successfully addressed once we have resolved these three threshold issues." The last face-to-face meeting between SAG and studios was on July 16.