Screen Actors Guild (SAG) announced today that James Earl Jones, whose acting prowess and iconic voice are world-renown, will receive the Guild’s most prestigious accolade—the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement[...]
SAG Board of Directors elects to include a federal mediator; send strike authorization referendum to members if necessary.
Isn’t it a lovely day for a merger, dear? How many times have you heard people say that they wish the performers unions SAG and AFTRA would merge? The Screen[...]
“Ridiculous and getting worse’ … ‘Horrendous’ … ‘A conundrum” … “Huge concern.” These unscripted words are among many that are passionately flowing from voice actors in the U.S about the[...]
In an abrupt move, AFTRA’s national board of directors Saturday overwhelmingly voted to suspend its joint bargaining agreement with SAG and negotiate its primetime TV contract alone with the Alliance[...]
For a time, indescribably horrific voice acting was a hallmark of video games. However, with the game industry now pulling in nearly $18 billion a year in the US alone, publishers and developers have had an easier time justifying the expenditure of a little bit extra to secure quality voice actors who can deliver more than just leaden lines.
The Screen Actors Guild officially announced on Friday that none of its members would appear at the Golden Globes. SAG released the following statement about their decision: “After considerable outreach[...]
Bill Carter, writing about the return of writers to the returning Letterman and Ferguson shows in today’s NYT, asserts, in passing, that Donald Trump “is not” a member of the[...]