Talks will go ahead as planned on Wednesday as strike marches continue

Due to a mutually agreed upon news blackout, little has been revealed about Monday and Tuesday’s talks between the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers. The industry seems be taking as a positive sign, however, that a third day of negotiations will take place as planned this morning (Nov. 28) at 10 a.m. Pacific time at an undisclosed Los Angeles hotel. This week marks the first time the two sides have held talks since the strike began on Nov. 4. Despite rumors, there still is no official word of a pending resolution, and the WGA continued its picketing on Tuesday, including a rally held at New York’s Washington Square Park, attended by presidential candidate John Edwards.