LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Screen Actors Guild and the Hollywood studios have reached a tentative deal on movie and prime-time TV show productions. The previous contract had expired last June.
The announcement came Friday, a day before the guild's board was scheduled to meet. The guild said it will recommend approval by the board and then ratification by its members.
Both sides said the details of the deal will not be disclosed before the guild's board reviews it over the weekend.
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