Lynette Rice
June 29, 2008 AT 10:11 PM EDT

It doesn’t appear likely the Screen Actors Guild will make a deal

with producers before tomorrow’s deadline, but the union seems determined to

demonstrate that it hasn’t given up at the bargaining table. In a

statement released today, SAG President Alan Rosenberg reassured

Hollywood that the union has yet to call for a strike authorization from its

120,000 members and that any talk of a “strike or management lockout at

this point is simply a distraction.” Said Rosenberg, “The Screen Actors

Guild national negotiating committee is coming to the bargaining table

every day in good faith to negotiate a fair contract for actors.”

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