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WGA Talks To Resume Saturday As Contract Deadline Looms

Contract talks between the WGA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television producers have wrapped for the day, and Deadline has confirmed that the sides will return to the table Saturday. We hear that negotiators are prepared to go all day tomorrow, and it is anticipated that talks would continue if Sunday if a deal on a a new film and TV contract is not reached. With the writers’
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