The Writers Guild of America is officially on strike after negotiations to combat low wages and other issues fell through with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, which represents Hollywood’s major studios and streaming services who are basically wiping their asses with the money they make from the stories that came from writers. And in the war between the writers and big studios, the host of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon, has been called out by one of his staffers for teetering the picket line between WGA and AMPTP like a high-wire.
The movie stars are revolting! The movie stars are revolting! Mickey Mouse is currently in the gym, doing crunches, working on his footwork, and punching a bag held by Coach Goofy, because he’s preparing for his upcoming legal tussle with Scarlett Johansson over Disney releasing Black Widow on its streaming service the same day it was released in theaters. Mickey may have to step up his training because there’s a chance star of Cruella Emma Stone may tag-team in by filing her own lawsuit against Disney too. But while ScarJo’s lawsuit is over her losing out on multi-million dollar box office bonuses thanks to Disney’s simultaneous release of Black Widow on Disney+, Gerard Butler’s lawsuit has nothing to do with shit like that. His lawsuit takes us back to a simpler time in 2013 when we were free of both COVID-19 and a zillion streaming services. Gerard is suing because he believes he was cheated out of $10 million in profits from 2013’s Olympus Has Fallen. Good luck to those producers, because one of the Rules of Life is: Never ever mess with a dude who fucked in a Porta-Potty at Coachella.