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HFPA responds to WGA's waiver denial

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Statement from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association:

The Golden Globe Awards, which has a long and friendly relationship with the Writers Guild of America, is obviously disappointed that the WGA denied its request for a waiver.  However, we are encouraged by the fact that the WGA has announced that it plans to negotiate agreements with independent production companies.  Therefore, we will attempt to reach some type of agreement with them on behalf of the 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards, which will recognize and honor outstanding achievements in both movies and television programming made before the strike. 

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Hey Will Smith, Tom Cruize, George Clooney, Julia Roberts,....anyone who makes more than 5 million a picture,........have your production company sign a contract with the WGA. You are the power. You are the only power. You are the only thing the companies can not control. They have never had a "product" that was a hit that could think for itself. Please, save our artistry from corporate take over.

Muse Watson, SAG

The folks who make over 5 million a picture can stop this strike. Ask each one, George, Julia, Will, Tom, to have his or her production company sign a contract with the WGA. The corporates have never had a "Product" that was a hit that could think for itself. They could save our artistry from corporate take-over.

Muse Watson


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