SAG-AFTRA has issued a do-not-work discover to its members for “Songbird,” a pandemic-themed thriller produced by Michael Bay and former Paramount manufacturing head Adam Goodman’s Invisible Narratives that was meant to be one of many first movies to shoot in Los Angeles for the reason that coronavirus pandemic.
“Please be advised that On A Lark Productions, LLC the producer of the picture entitled ‘Songbird,’ has failed to complete the signatory process and is therefore not signed to any applicable SAG-AFTRA agreement,” the guild mentioned in an announcement to members. “As such, SAG-AFTRA members are hereby instructed to withhold any acting services or perform any covered work for this production until further notice from the union. Please note, accepting employment or rendering services on ‘Songbird’ may be considered a violation of Global Rule One. Violating this order may result in disciplinary action in accordance with the SAG-AFTRA Constitution.”
Craig Robinson, Demi Moore, Peter Stormare and Paul Walter Hauser are hooked up to star in director Adam Mason’s movie, which was offered to patrons on the Cannes Virtual Market from ICM Partners and Endeavor Content.
The movie is supposed to shoot utilizing artistic digicam strategies in order that actors wouldn’t have face-to-face interplay with each other whereas on digicam, with actors and crew separated as filming takes place.
“Songbird” is a thriller set two years sooner or later at a time when a world pandemic has nonetheless not gone away, resulting in conspiracies, paranoia and more and more strict quarantines and lock downs put in place all surrounding the primary characters.
Bay is producing, as is Goodman for his Invisible Narratives manufacturing banner together with Eben Davidson. Invisible Narratives is partnered with Jeanette Volturno, Jason Clark, Marcei Brown, Jessica Malanaphy and Rick A. Osako of Catchlight Studios.
Representatives for Bay, Mason, Boyes, Invisible Narratives, Catchlight Studios, Endeavor Content and ICM Partners didn’t instantly reply to requests for remark.
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