Barbie striker: Margot Robbie joins the picket line of the actors’ strike in Hollywood

At a time when Margot Robbie enjoys the honeys of success with his role in the multimillion-dollar Barbiethe Australian actress has decided to use her voice to be heard in one of the pickets of the Hollywood actors and screenwriters strike.

Despite the long time of the strike, since it began in May at the hands of the scriptwriters, the actress was animated, brandishing a poster and a t-shirt in support of the sector’s demands. A demonstration from Netflix to Paramount Studios, in West Hollywood (Los Angeles)where the actress was also accompanied by Samara Weaving (Wedding night, The Babysitter), Nesta Cooper (See) either Maya Ford (Christmas Class Reunion), among many other attendees.

In these two months since SAG-AFTRAthe actors union, joined the demands of Hollywood screenwriters, numerous actors have been seen on the picket lines. Mark Ruffalo, Amy Adams, Susan Sarandon, Brendan Fraser, Jessica Chastain, Sean Penn, Jane Fonda, Colin Farrell… are some of those who were seen with proclamations at these rallies.

In addition, filmmakers of stature such as Steven Spielberg also recently joined the wave of personalities who donated million-dollar amounts to make up for the losses What this strike in the sector means to the workers, as other stars such as Meryl Strepp, Leonardo DiCaprio or George Clooney did.

Margot Robbie at the Holywood actors’ strike

In the middle of the international tour of Barbie, Margot Robbie stopped promoting the film as part of the strike rules convened by SAG-AFTRA. No filming, no promotions. At the premiere of Greta Gerwig’s film, prior to the entry into force of this regulation, the Australian declared her “absolute support” for the demands of his professional colleaguesto whom he now joins in the front row.

The Hollywood strike has been hitting the industry for months, with actors and screenwriters They ask the Alliance of Film and Television Producers (AMPTP) for a series of changes: improvements in their working conditions that include greater transparency in the audience figures for streaming content, their adequacy in the royalties received by those who have participated in them, and urgent regulation of the use of artificial intelligence are some of the hottest points.

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