The SAG-AFTRA union told its members not to dress as characters from major productions and post pictures, which could be seen as promoting the work of companies they are negotiating with.
Barbie, Ken and Wednesday Addams costumes are out. Ghosts and zombies are in.
Halloween this year is tricky for actors on strike, under new union guidelines that tell them how to avoid crossing the virtual picket line: Don’t dress as characters from major studio productions or post photographs of the costumes online.
“Let’s use our collective power to send a loud and clear message to our struck employers that we will not promote their content without a fair contract,” the union,
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