Refresh for updates…Early exuberance in Hollywood surrounding information of a brand new IATSE contract has dimmed considerably, as extra particulars in regards to the deal negotiated with the AMPTP have emerged.
Among these strolling again or contextualizing their preliminary reactions on Saturday night was Yvette Nicole Brown, who initially tweeted “#UnionStrong!”, together with emojis depicting a raised fist and coronary heart.
“And let me add,” the Emmy-nominated actor and comedian later wrote, “I’m excited if @IATSE members are excited. This is their new contract potentially. They get to decide if what’s being offered is what they need to feel safe, well-paid and respected.”
Writer-producer Gennefer Gross initially tweeted: “Congrats to the #IATSE for striking a deal! This is what happens when you stand united for fairness and equality in an industry that far too often puts profit over people. Thank an assistant or crew member today for their tireless efforts and let’s go make some art! #IASolidarity.”
Later, nonetheless, she elaborated on her remarks. “IATSE members are saying this deal does not meet critical demands, so it may not be time to celebrate just yet,” she wrote. “But I’m hoping this is a starting point that shows a willingness to resolve the issues in good faith, and that it can be revised and ratified in time to avoid a strike.”
See all reactions and full statements beneath.
Hollywood had been on edge for weeks, main as much as right this moment’s announcement of an settlement between the IATSE and AMPTP, surrounding a brand new, three-year movie and TV contract. The two sides had been speaking, on and off, since mid-May; the contract agreed upon should now be ratified by the union’s members.
Deadline will share extra reactions as they arrive in…
And let me add, I’m excited if @IATSE members are excited. This is their new contract doubtlessly. They get to resolve if what’s being provided is what they should really feel protected, well-paid and revered.
— yvette nicole brown (@YNB) October 17, 2021
IATSE members are saying this deal doesn’t meet essential calls for, so it is probably not time to have fun simply but. But I’m hoping it is a start line that reveals a willingness to resolve the problems in good religion, and that it may be revised and ratified in time to keep away from a strike.
— Gennefer Ghouls (@Gennefer) October 17, 2021
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) October 16, 2021
“The DGA applauds the conclusion of IATSE’s negotiations with the AMPTP. The IATSE took an important stand on quality-of-life and living wage issues, and achieved a strong contract with meaningful improvements for its members. We congratulate IATSE President Matt Loeb and the negotiating committee on their success in advancing the rights of their members.” — Directors Guild of America President Lesli Linka Glatter
Hopefully IATSE membership is pleased with this settlement and we will maintain pretending to fall in love whereas murdering folks for all of your enjoyment. https://t.co/ZEZeCdIXEx
— Ethan Embry (@EmbryEthan) October 17, 2021
To have fun IATSE’s avoidance of a strike, the WGA will now go on strike.
— Dana Gould (@danagould) October 17, 2021
— Eiza Gonzalez Reyna (@eizamusica) October 17, 2021
Congrats to IATSE (pending ratification in fact)! Incredible solidarity!
And let’s do a thought experiment: what components of this deal would have been achieved and not using a union? Oh, none? Right. #UnionStrong
— Mike Royce (@MikeRoyce) October 17, 2021
Well carried out! Congratulations and thanks!
— Noah Emmerich (@NoahEmmerich) October 17, 2021
Congratulations, @IATSE ! Deal reached. No strike.
— TheActorBrianHowe🌳 (@BrianHoweActor) October 16, 2021
— Michael Traynor (@TraynorLand) October 17, 2021
Holy shit. If the IATSE story is true, then Hollywood will actually change in a single day. 10hr turnarounds, 54hr weekend turnarounds – the tip of six day weeks, larger pay. This is fucking huge.
— C. Robert Cargill (@Massawyrm) October 17, 2021
Hollywood Strike Averted As IATSE & AMPTP Reach Deal On New Film & TV Contract pic.twitter.com/SvvyrDsnEH
— Domenick Lombardozzi (@D_Lombardozzi) October 16, 2021
MAKE YER VOICES HEARD.
— michael malarkey (@mkmalarkey) October 17, 2021
— Kevin L. Johnson (@Kevin_L_Johnson) October 17, 2021
— Alice Evans (@AliceEvansGruff) October 16, 2021
Well carried out IATSE. Hat tip to your solidarity. See you Monday…
— Jeffrey Lieber (@JeffLieber) October 16, 2021
— kabir akhtar (@kabirakhtar) October 17, 2021
Looks just like the IATSE deal is actual. Congrats to all concerned for doing what wanted to be carried out. Solidarity and energy is the one solution to get a good deal with out having to strike.
— Matthew Federman (@matthewfederman) October 17, 2021
— Travis Helwig (@travishelwig) October 17, 2021
I hope they received the whole lot they requested for ❤️@IATSE
— Chantal Thuy (@Chantal_Thuy) October 16, 2021
Can’t wait to listen to the main points!https://t.co/QmUjbNmxxf
— Joel de la Fuente (@joeldelafuente) October 16, 2021
— Jon Lindstrom (@thejonlindstrom) October 17, 2021
— Melissa Jo Peltier (@MelissaJPeltier) October 17, 2021
It’s official: Thanks to an extremely empowered membership turnout and historic negotiating by @IATSE, the present will go on. 💛 Here’s to the primary of many honest & higher offers for the unions that make this city go spherical. 📽🎞🎙 https://t.co/shy3UnqPSj
— Brock O Lantern 🎃 (@brocktocks) October 17, 2021
— Carolyn Bridget Kennedy (@CarolynBKennedy) October 16, 2021
Good information! 🌟 Hollywood Strike Averted; IATSE Producers Reach Deal On New Film/TV Contract – Deadline https://t.co/ipbc2lIWiM
— Keiko Agena (@KeikoAgena) October 17, 2021
I referred to as this. @amptp can get away with stiffing writers as a result of studios purchase hundreds of saved scripts they’ll use throughout a strike. But on the subject of labor, they needed to make a deal work. Good job #IATSE. #Wga #IATSESolidarity – https://t.co/wrr2rTpvNC
— Jeffrey Reddick 🌈👻 (@JeffreyaReddick) October 17, 2021