Inside the WGA: Even at $400K a Week, a Million Insecurities

For about 500 Writers Guild of America members at the top of the heap, life is very, very good. Some of the so-called A-list writers make more than $5 million a year, $400,000 a week for a rewrite of a film in trouble, but for every Paul Haggis and for every Tina Fey there are thousands of writers you will never hear of. In fact, almost half of the West Coast members of the WGA are not working as writers in any given year, strike or no strike. Writing jobs are hard to get and even harder to...Full Story
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