Actors Rally On Boston Common As Hollywood Strike Reaches 100 Days

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Hundreds of actors rallied on Boston Common as their strike against the big Hollywood studios and streamers reached 100 days on Wednesday.

It was the second such rally in three weeks.

Senator Elizabeth Warren encouraged the actors to demand better pay and protection from artificial intelligence that she said is stealing from their work. "We're not in this fight just to make a little noise," she said. "We are in this fight to win."

Hollywood writers are on strike with actors against movie studios and streaming services over two main issues: compensation and tightening regulations on artificial intelligence.

While both sides met face-to-face last Friday for the first time in three months, there was no agreement to resume negotiations.

And, as the strike continues, there does not appear to be any indication of a deal being reached.

WBZ's Mike Macklin (@MikeMacklinWBZ) reports.

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