Writers Strike
AMC and Cinemark leaders say theaters and movie studios can work around a months-long strike, "unfortunate" as it may be.
But David Zaslav did take time to root on the New York Knicks ahead of Game 3 vs. the Miami Heat.
The AMPTP's first public response to the writers strike said the WGA wants "a one-size-fits-all solution to shows that are unique."
"We've been planning for this," said CEO Bob Bakish, while studio CFO Naveen Chopra praised A.I.
But if this work stoppage lasts as long as the last one, that will not remain the case.
WGA members — and IndieWire — hit the streets Tuesday in L.A. and New York in Day 1 protests of what writers believe is an "existential" fight against the Hollywood studios.
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The Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and TV Producers failed to reach an agreement by May 1.
The streamer's co-CEO says they have a "robust slate of releases to take us into a long time."
The mood turned positive after midnight, as negotiations continued even after the deadline to strike a new deal had passed.
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