Major Movie Projects That Have Been Affected By The SAG Strike

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By Doctor Doom

The SAG Strike has caused significant disruptions in Hollywood, impacting some of the most awaited movies. Let’s take a closer look at the big films affected by this labor dispute.

Deadpool 3 – Uncertain Future Amidst Exciting Reunion Tease

Production of “Deadpool 3” came to a halt shortly after fans caught a glimpse of the anticipated reunion between Ryan Reynolds’s Deadpool and Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine. With a scheduled release in May 2024, the strike’s uncertain duration poses potential delays for this highly-awaited film.

Gladiator 2 – Ridley Scott’s Sequel Faces Detainments

The long-awaited sequel to Ridley Scott’s “Gladiator” encountered detainments due to the ongoing strike. Overseas filming was interrupted midway, and a former stunt accident further contributed to pauses in production.

Juror #2 – Clint Eastwood’s Final Film Suspended

Clint Eastwood’s final film, “Juror #2,” featuring an ensemble cast including Nicholas Hoult, Toni Collette, Zoey Deutch, and Kiefer Sutherland, had its shooting suspended in Savannah, Georgia, due to the strike.

Brad Pitt’s Formula 1 Movie – Strike Impacts Filming

Brad Pitt’s extensive involvement in a racing film has been affected by the strike, causing disruptions in the filming process.

Mission Impossible — Dead Reckoning, Part Two – Key Scenes Delayed

While most of the production for “Mission Impossible — Dead Reckoning, Part Two” is complete, pivotal scenes are yet to be filmed. The strike will cause delays for this movie, which was initially slated for a June 2024 release.

Venom 3 – Tom Hardy’s Anticipated Saga Faces Uncertainty

Filming for Tom Hardy’s third “Venom” antihero installment began in June, but the strike could potentially impact its rumored October 2024 release date.

Beetlejuice 2 – Tim Burton’s Sequel Faces Delay

Tim Burton’s “Beetlejuice 2” had almost finished shooting, with only one final scene left to film in Vermont. Unfortunately, the strike has caused a delay in completing this sequel, which features Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder, and Catherine O’Hara.

The actors’ strike has made a significant impact on these major movie projects, leaving filmmakers, studios, and fans frustrated and uncertain about the future of these films. As negotiations continue between the actors’ union and the directors, everyone in the industry is hoping for a swift resolution so that these highly awaited pictures can get back on track and bring joy to audiences once again.