The actors’ strike – which has effectively shut down Hollywood’s renowned film and TV industry – has now reached its one-month mark.
Members of SAG-AFTRA (the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists) began striking on 14 July, joining members of the WGA (the Writers Guild of America) who recently marked 100 days of picketing.
It is the first time both organisations – which have similar concerns over pay and the use of artificial intelligence (AI) – have been on strike at the same time in 63 years.
And it’s not only US productions that are feeling the effects. Some productions in the UK have also been affected, with filming paused on a Formula 1 movie starring Brad Pitt, as well as Deadpool 3, and the musical film Wicked.
Here are some of the A-list stars who have joined picket lines in Los Angeles and New York, with UK-based stars showing solidarity and marching in London in support of their colleagues.
Meanwhile in the UK, British acting union Equity held a solidarity rally in Leicester Square, London.
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