Er, sorry about that headline.
So the big news of the week is that United Artists, the studio formed to put the power back in the hands of the creative people, has signed a deal with the WGA, similar to the deal with Worldwide Pants.
I know there are naysayers about the idea of some writers going back to work while others continue to strike, but I think this is really excellent news. The more deals like this happen, the harder it will be for the AMPTP to continue their ridiculous line that the writers are not reasonable and cannot be dealt with.
UA is wasting no time and has already announced a new project.
It’s time for the other studios to play ball. Come on guys, it’s just embarrassing at this point.