A double whammy: Hollywood gets in shutdown mode due to the strike

Zoe Saldana's film, "Special Ops: Lioness," will not have a red carpet premiere due to the ongoing strike.

Margot Robbie, during her London outing, expressed her support for the strike and confirmed she would be a part of it.

Margot Robbie's Barbie press tour will end earlier than planned, affecting promotional events in Berlin and New York.

Projects like "Haunted Mansion," a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film, and Kenneth Branagh's Agatha Christie mystery, "A Haunting In Venices," will also be affected by the strike.

Big blockbusters currently in production, such as "Wonder Woman 3," "Ghostbusters 4," "Mufasa: The Lion King," "Avatar 3," and a Gladiator sequel, may face delays due to the strike.

Paul Mescal will star alongside Denzel Washington, Pedro Pascal, and Fred Hechinger in the Gladiator sequel.

Films like "Deadpool 3," "Paddington," and "Wicked" might also have their production delayed due to the strike.

Speculations suggest that Alia Bhatt's Hollywood debut film, "Heart of Stone," could be delayed if the strike issues are not resolved before its release date.

The strike has disrupted star-studded premieres, press tours, and the production schedules of various upcoming projects in the film industry.

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