The Directors Guild of America said it has reached a ‘historic deal’ with the major studios on a new three-year film and TV contract.
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A Times survey tallies the paydays for the heads of Warner Bros. Discovery, Netflix and more. The issue has become a hot topic on picket lines during the writers’ strike.
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