Negotiations between the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) are ongoing. So far several negotiations have failed and the strike has already lasted 145 days. Deadline writes about the hope that the conflict of interest between writers and producers will end.
Writers Guild lawyers have moved on to review what Hollywood studios call their “best and final” proposals. Negotiations between the two parties in conflict will resume today. They will probably provide more clarity.
Representatives of the streaming services and film studios Netflix, Universal, Disney and Warner Bros. are participating in the discussions. Discovery. They are now immersed in work on the final text of the agreement with the screenwriters.
Recall that previously the media company Warner Bros. Discovery said that the strikes of Hollywood actors and screenwriters could cost it between 300 and 500 million dollars. The company hopes that “they will be resolved soon.”