In a historic move, Hollywood actors have joined screenwriters in a major industry shutdown, marking the largest stoppage in over 60 years. Around 160,000 performers in Los Angeles halted film and TV productions, demanding fair profit sharing, improved working conditions, and protection against digital replicas. The strike prohibits actors from appearing in films or promoting completed projects. Prominent stars like Cillian Murphy, Matt Damon, and Emily Blunt even skipped a movie premiere to support the strike. This united stand highlights the industry’s need for change and fair treatment.