Posted on

Hollywood Actors Strike Ends With a Deal That Will Impact AI and Streaming for Decades

  • Hollywood actors' strike, the longest in history, ended after 118 days.
  • The Screen Actors Guild reached a deal impacting AI use in performances and demands for streaming residuals. The deal details have not been disclosed yet.
  • The strike's resolution marks a significant moment for the industry, allowing productions to resume.

Discussion (3)

nirmeout profile image

Strikes do work.

Hope the deal around AI generative actors isn’t a lifetime one where they buy your likeness.

samuraisteph profile image

Props to SAG-AFTRA for securing not just compensation increases, but also forward-thinking provisions against AI threats.

messo profile image
Messo Author

More from another article: theverge.com/2023/11/8/23945647/ho...

  • Hollywood actors, under SAG-AFTRA, have tentatively ended their 118-day strike with a deal valued over a billion dollars.
  • The agreement includes "above-pattern" minimum compensation increases, provisions safeguarding against AI threats, and introduces a streaming participation bonus.
  • Full details will be disclosed after SAG-AFTRA National Board review, followed by union voting, impacting paused productions like Disney's Snow White and films such as Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse, Dune: Part Two, Beetlejuice 2, and Deadpool 3.