Tom Arnold Urges Actors To Stay Out Of Union Dispute
The movie star insists recent public comments made by the likes of George Clooney, Tom Hanks and Sean Penn only serve to hinder union bosses as they attempt to work out new deals on working conditions and royalties for their members.
Arnold feels sure there will be no actors strike - as long as union bosses are allowed to do their job without the input of outspoken stars.
He says, "We've got to let our people do what they're doing... You know, when the actors start getting involved and taking sides and giving opinions... just let these guys at the union work it all out. I wish that the actors would just shut up, especially if you're filming in Rome, and that's not a slam on Tom Hanks, because I'm in his movie. I love him. Everything is going to be fine."
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