Jul 22 • 14M

Duncan Crabtree-Ireland: 'It Takes Two to Tango...the Companies Aren't Stepping Up'

SAG-AFTRA's chief negotiator on AI, the state of negotiations and that possible six-month timetable

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NEGOTIATOR-IN-CHIEF SAG-AFTRA’s Duncan Crabtree-Ireland with actor Christian Slater in New York City on July 19. (Jose Perez/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)


On the heels of Netflix earnings and Ted “Union Son” Sarandos expressing he is “super committed” to ending the strike, Elaine Low caught up with SAG-AFTRA chief negotiator Duncan Crabtree-Ireland to get his take on Wall Street’s impact on the impasse (2:09), stickiest issues on the table (including AI, 3:27), whether actors could really stand to go on strike for six months, as SAG-AFTRA president Fran Drescher said earlier (7:10), and how he and Drescher work together (9:40).

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