The SAG-AFTRA introduced Wednesday that they’ve reached a tentative settlement with the Alliance of Movement Image and Tv Producers, successfully ending a 118-day strike.
The three-year contract permits union actors to return to work, and reinstates the initiatives which were left unfinished because of strike motion, in response to TMZ. “In a unanimous vote this afternoon, The SAG-AFTRATV/Theatrical Committee authorised a tentative settlement, and added that the strike would formally finish at 12:01 AM on Thursday, November 9,” they stated in a press release, in response to TMZ.
— SAG-AFTRA (@sagaftra) November 9, 2023
The precise particulars surrounding the brand new settlement in addition to the phrases of the negotiated deal haven’t been revealed at the moment, and are confidentially being reviewed by these which were in a authorized strike place for years, in response to TMZ.
Throughout their discussions, studios needed to have the ability to scan actors and use their picture and likeness as synthetic intelligence for future initiatives. They hoped they may embody deceased actors on this association, primarily based on a one-time payout. SAG-AFTRA pushed again demanding extra pay for AI in addition to pink tape to guard the actors so their likeness couldn’t be produced by AI with out their consent, in response to The Hollywood Reporter. (RELATED: SAG-AFTRA Votes To Authorize Strike Towards Video Recreation Publishers)