Adam Driver slams studios for failing to meeting strike demands | Entertainment

Adam Driver has slammed film studios including Netflix and Amazon for failing to meet the demands of striking writers and actors.

Members of SAG-AFTRA – the Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists – and the Writers Guild of America unions have brought Hollywood to a standstill after walking out in a bid to resolve issues over pay, residuals and AI technology with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers [AMPTP]. Now Driver – whose new film ‘Ferrari’ was given an exemption from the industrial action – has insisted studio bosses need to do more to meet the demands of those on strike.