As SAG-AFTRA Evaluates ‘Last, Best And Final’ Offer From Studios, Arnold Schwarzenegger Talks About Donating Over $1 Million Amid Actors Strike


While the WGA writers Strike came to an end in September, SAG-AFTRA is still involved in their labor dispute with Hollywood’s major studios. During this time, talks between both sides have been on and off (with guild leader Fran Drescher issuing a blunt response on that front). Still, industry bigwigs like Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos have discussed the impact of the strike and expressed optimism about ending it soon. And according to a recent statement by SAG, the studios have made their “final” contract offer. As of this writing, it remains to be seen whether the guild will accept the terms but, in the meantime,  guild member Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has donated over $1 million amid the strike, spoke about decision.

Union members are on the edge of their seats following a statement from SAG-AFTRA’s official X (formally Twitter) account. Via the update, it was revealed that the negotiators revealed they were mulling over what was called the “last, best, and final offer” from the AMPTP. The statement read: 

We received an offer today from the AMPTP which they characterized as their “Last, Best, and Final Offer.” We are reviewing it and considering our response within the context of the critical issues addressed in our proposals. As always, unless it comes from your union, please do not believe any outside sources or rumors.

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