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Writers union will resume strike negotiations with studios this week

  • Negotiations between the Writers Guild of America and major Hollywood studios will resume in an effort to end a four-month work stoppage that has disrupted production.
  • The WGA has called on its writers to continue picketing until an agreement is reached. The union is seeking higher compensation, protections for the use of artificial intelligence, and standardized compensation and residuals for streaming and theatrical releases.
  • The work stoppage has hit production companies financially, with Warner Bros. Discovery expecting a $300-500 million loss. Additionally, a newly-formed union of Marvel Studios VFX artists is negotiating with Disney for a contract.
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