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NYT: In Strike, Separate Deals Draw Ire of Big Producers

By Indiewire | Indiewire January 7, 2008 at 9:46AM

A deal between United Artists and the Writers Guild of America West to let the production company sidestep the screenwriters' strike may have opened the door to a full-blown brawl, as other producers demanded to know why writers have granted some companies a special agreement but not others. Brooks Barnes reports.
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A deal between United Artists and the Writers Guild of America West to let the production company sidestep the screenwriters' strike may have opened the door to a full-blown brawl, as other producers demanded to know why writers have granted some companies a special agreement but not others. Brooks Barnes reports.






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