MEXICO CITY (APREO).- After 118 days of strike by Hollywood actors, which ended in the early hours of Thursday the 9th, hundreds of audiovisual productions and sequels to various films have resumed their recordings.
Production was halted, first, by a writers’ strike, from May 2 to September 27, and then by an actors’ strike, from July 14 to November 9, demanding better working conditions.
The joint strike, the first in 60 years, carried out by SAG-AFTRA and the United States WGA writers, caused losses to the California economy amounting to $6.5 billion and led to the dismissal of 6,500 people, according to the United States. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The specialized media website Deadline indicated that the third part of the Deadpool movie, starring Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman, and directed by Shaw Levy, may return to production this week, which is scheduled to premiere in July 2024.
Filming on Tim Burton’s Beatlejuice 2 was halted two days before it was due to end, and is scheduled to premiere on September 6 next year.
Gladiator 2, with direction by Paul Mescal; Filming will resume on Clint Eastwood’s film “Juror No 2,” starring Brad Pitt about Formula 1, based on Colin Hoover’s novel “It Ends With Us.”
Other films, such as Warner Bros.’ Minecraft, starring Jason Momoa, Lionsgate’s Good Fortune, directed by Anziz Ansari and starring Keanu Reeves and Seth Rogen, and Disney+’s Tron 3, in production starting in 2024.