Home Music John Cusack calls the studios a “criminal enterprise” in response to Amnesty International’s proposal

John Cusack calls the studios a “criminal enterprise” in response to Amnesty International’s proposal

by admin

As the SAG-AFTRA strike got underway, John Cusack posted some scathing comments on Twitter, going so far as to say that Hollywood studios are running a “criminal enterprise” in response to their proposal to use artificial intelligence to erase and own the likeness of film and TV background actors to use forever.

“The studios want to have extras one day, then scan them — and own their image forever — and take them out of business,” she says. books. “Do you think they’ll stop adding? That’s what AI is – giant typing identity theft.” [and] criminal project.

He continued by speculating that in 10 years the studios will claim they had no idea background actors would be eliminated by artificial intelligence. “Of course they did — it’s the business model,” Kozak added, before delving into how algorithms can be used to “serve the profit motive” and “make more money.”


separately tweetCusack revealed that he did not receive a percentage of the box office gross for his starring role in Cameron Crowe’s 1989 classic. say something Because the studio claimed in its financial statements that it lost $44 million on the movie. See both tweets below.

The Actors Guild joined the Writers Guild of America in a strike on Thursday, June 13 after failing to negotiate a new contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP). Among the main issues in the strike are the flow of waste and the reduction of the use of artificial intelligence.

Check out our explanation of the SAG-AFTRA strike and the WGA strike for everything you need to know.

Cusack recently starred in the Prime Video series The virtuous city And questan action movie also featuring Emile Hirsch and released last year.

Related News

Leave a Comment