Forget asteroids, tidal waves, and volcanoes. Hollywood is worried about an even more crippling disaster this summer blockbuster season: possible strikes by the Writers Guild of America and the Screen Actors Guild. Panicked TV and film studios have been quick to react in the last few monthsstockpiling scripts, rushing into production on "pre-strike" movies, and slating even more no-writers-required reality TV series. But with time running out (the WGA's contract expires May 1, while SAG's ends on June 30), the threat of a work stoppage is proving to be a self-fulfilling prophecy: Studios have postponed... More >>>
By Illustration: Heath Hinegardner
'We have enough to survive, but it's still kind of scary.'