Hundreds of movies and TV shows are set to restart production after the actors' strike came to an end on 9 November.
After nearly four months of strike action the screen actors’ union, SAG-AFTRA, reached a tentative agreement with studios in Hollywood after demanding for new protections over royalties and the use of AI in actors’ contracts.
It means several highly anticipated blockbusters and TV shows will rush back into action, while promotion for previously released films such as Oppenheimer can restart ahead of awards season.
Here are some of the biggest ones.
Ridley Scott’s sequel to his Oscar-winning Gladiator is set to star Paul Mescal and Pedro Pascal, after it was halted two months into production.
The film, which was initially set for release in November 2024, will likely be pushed back a little.
That may be no bad thing, as it means we’ll all be thinking about the Roman Empire for a little bit longer.