SAG-AFTRA Clarifies Halloween Studio Costume Ban Will Have No Impact on Kids – Deadline

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there will be peace inside Ryan Reynolds And Blake Livelyhome after all this Halloween,

none of these green Lantern The co-stars’ kids will be labeled scabs by their dads when they go trick-or-treating, thanks to the costume guidance clarification SAG-AFTRA this evening.

“SAG-AFTRA issued Halloween guidance in response to questions from content creators and members about how to support the strike during this holiday season,” a spokesperson for the guild said Friday, adding that the de facto ban on costumes is “a broad form of de facto ban.” Was mocked and ridiculed. “It was intended to help them avoid promoting affected actions, and is the latest in a series of guidelines we have issued.”

“This doesn’t apply to anyone’s kids,” SAG-AFTRA is saying now.

“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,” the guild concluded.

All this means that, as SAG-AFTRA’s 160,000 members enter their fourth month on strike and discussions are suspended until later on October 11, there are no new negotiations scheduled with the studio, dead pool Actor can dress like an 8 year old child dead pool Or barbie Or any other big screen or small screen character that she wants.

Whether or not, there’s an abundance of zombies and skeletons on picket lines next week. And at the end of the month, SAG-AFTA member Reynolds’ playful jab at his union saw others taking a much sharper approach in response, too—called guidance. .

Shortly after SAG-AFTRA posted Halloween 2023 guidance, Mandy Moore The announcement was made on social media on Thursday: “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.

melissa gilbert The guidance was further rejected.

“Is this what you guys have brought? “Literally no one cares what anyone wears for Halloween,” said ex-SAG president and little house on the prayerthe E star said on Instagram. “I mean, do you really think this kind of childish talk will end the strike? We look like a joke. Please tell me you’ll drop this rule… and let’s talk!”

or the like dead pool As he himself said in the 2016 film: “Life is an endless series of train wrecks, with only brief commercial breaks of happiness.”

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