In the middle of Hollywood, actors and actresses are on strike—the cast of Breaking Bad, including Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul—to voice their demands and urge the studios to resume negotiations with the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA).
“We want Come back to the negotiating table with us Cranston, who played Walter White, said this in an appeal to the public. Alliance of Film and TV Producers outside Sony Pictures Studios on Tuesday, August 29.
Cranston was joined by Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman), Jesse Plemons (Todd Alquist), and other members of the Universe Breaking Bad in an effort to revive pickets more than a month after SAG-AFTRA joined striking Hollywood screenwriters.
Despite its continued popularity on Netflix, Its stars confirm that this has not been reflected in their compensation.
“I’m not getting anything from Netflix breaking Bad, To be perfectly honest, and that seems crazy to me,” Aaron Paul said in statements collected by The Independent. “I think a lot of these streaming services know that they have avoided paying the people a fair wage, and now it is time for them to take responsibility.”
Cranston said they chose Sony for their picket briefing because the studio was behind the attack breaking Badalong with its spin-off projects, the AMC prequel, Better Call Saul, and the Netflix movie, The Way.
“We don’t make enemies of them. They’re not villains. These are people we’ll all work with again at some point,” Cranston said. “We just want them to see the reality.”
The performers of Better call Saul were also at the picket line, including Rhea Seehorn (Kim Wexler) and Patrick Fabian (Howard Hamlin), along with the co-creator of the series, peter Gould. Who went on strike with him? Writers Guild of America since May.