Hollywood Directors Sign Deal With Studios as Writers Strike Continue

The draft deal improves wages and limits AI.The union representing thousands of movie and television directors secured a tentative agreement with the Hollywood . 

Studios on a three-year contract early Sunday morning, ensuring labor peace with one major guild as the writers' strike enters its sixth week.

Overnight, the Directors Guild of America declared "unprecedented gains" in salaries, streaming residuals, and AI safeguards.“ 

We have concluded a truly historic deal,” said D.G.A. negotiating committee chair Jon Avnet. “It enhances every.  

Director, assistant director, unit production manager, associate director, and stage manager in our guild.”

The pact prevents the Hollywood disaster of three major unions striking simultaneously. 

The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, which represents studios.

Will begin discussions with SAG-AFTRA, the actors' guild, on Wednesday. Their current contract expires on June 30. SAG-AFTRA is seeking strike permission.