The Screen Actors Guild requested to meet with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers in a "sidebar" session - and AMPTP officials said fine, but added that they're not prepared to budge from the their current contract offer. The meeting will take place tomorrow afternoon, the first time the two sides have gotten together since last week. THR reports that SAG's Hollywood board met privately Monday night, and that a lot of "venting" took place.
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