In progress The Writers Guild of America went on strike is having a major impact on film and television production, and the big guns are falling like dominoes. Marvel Studios, As reported by Deadlinenow they have put production on hold on their upcoming film ThunderstormsPrincipal photography was to begin three weeks later at Trilith Studios in Atlanta.

Trying to push back the production of a feature is very hectic Marvel decided to stop pre-production Knifethe Mahershala Ali a movie about Daywalker that was supposed to be shot at the same time Thunderstorms Next month. The studio was also forced to stop work his TV series A wonderful manbecause of the star Yahya Abdul-Matin II. Once the strike comes to a satisfactory conclusion, the studio intends to resume production on all projects.


There is some irony in the fact that Marvel’s parent company, Disney, is being hit hard by the writers’ strike. Last week, the company made headlines for all the wrong reasons by removing a number of movies and series from the Disney+ streaming platform, in a move seen as cost-cutting — but perhaps more specifically, a way to stop paying residuals to writers and producers on projects. Motion to suspend Thunderstorms and A wonderful man comes at the expense of Marvel decided to start shooting the movie Deadpool tripleit’s probably one of the franchise’s most ad-lib heavy titles.

Black Widow photo with Florence Pugh as Elena Belova and Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Valentina Allegra de Fontaine
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Why are writers amazing?

Writers Guild of America arguing that their members are not getting their fair share of the arrears, due to the growth of streaming platforms. If a TV show is broadcast on regular TV and streaming, the latter will pay a significantly smaller amount. For streamers, Writers are paid a flat fee regardless of success, but television uses a pay-per-success model. In layman’s terms, if the show is a hit, the writers can make more money in residuals.

Therefore, as an example, everyone related to FriendsNetwork television was a juggernaut in the 1990s and 2000s, and continues to generate huge amounts of money today thanks to syndication as well as the sale of streaming rights. The WGA is also campaigning to raise wages and regulate the use of artificial intelligence in screenwriting.By asking the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers for a “non-resource” guarantee, it eliminates the need for a living, breathing writing staff.

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