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Maher's announcement comes a day after Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Hudson and "The Talk" announced plans to postpone returning to the air.
HuffPost talked to seven Gen Z writers and actors about how they’re navigating the Hollywood strikes.
"Obviously all the issues are necessary enough to strike or else we wouldn’t have done it, but I think it’s just the complete lack of empathy. That is the most concerning thing."
“Sometimes you’re a Latino writer and you’re only given Latino jobs, and if those shows are getting canceled or aren’t getting made, then when are you gonna work?”
“I didn’t even think it was a huge deal when all of this was starting.”
“It’s almost a weird spiderweb I feel like I’m in.”
“This is the f**ked up part about just how the industry works.”
To help colleagues whose health care is at risk, Lena Dunham, Natasha Lyonne and Adam Scott are offering to do some hilariously weird things.
The "Ferrari" star posed a provocative question for big studios and streamers.
Denis Villeneuve’s "Dune" sequel had been set to open Nov. 3 but will instead land in theaters months later.