SAG-AFTRA has issued a statement, actually a clarification, on Halloween costume rules for attractive actors, which has since sparked much discussion online hollywood reporter First posted about The guidelines seemed strict on Wednesday.
No, the guild isn’t backing down from its rules, which state that actors carrying cards must stick to general costume ideas (like “ghost, zombie, or spider”) rather than specific characters, which may inadvertently create a Hits can promote a studio’s content (e.g. most filmic pop culture).
Late Friday night, the guild sent the following clarification/clarification: “SAG-AFTRA issued Halloween guidance in response to questions from content creators and members about how to support the strike during this holiday season. The aim was to help them avoid promoting stalled work, and is the latest in a series of guidelines we have issued. This does not apply to anyone’s children. We are on strike for important reasons and have been on strike for almost 100 days. Our number one priority is to get studios back to the negotiating table so we can get a fair deal for our members, and ultimately get our industry back to work.
This statement comes after some celebrities made fun of the rules, such as ryan reynolds tweet, which particularly highlighted children’s perspectives: “I look forward to yelling ‘Scab’ at my 8-year-old all night. He is not in the union but he needs to learn.”
Whereas Mandy Moore Wrote on his Instagram Stories: “Is this a joke? Come on @sagaftra. Is this important? We ask that you negotiate in good faith on our behalf. So many people in every aspect of this industry have been making tremendous sacrifices for months. Get back to the table and get a fair deal so everyone can get back to work.
SAG-AFTRA strike nears its 100th day Talks with the studio broke down without a deal on Saturday.
Below are the basic scary restrictive guidelines regarding your personal time with your friends and family. “Let us use our collective power to send a loud and clear message to our affected employers that we will not promote their content without a fair contract,” the guild said.