SAG Says Studios Offered More To Sister Union

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Screen Actors Guild is accusing the major Hollywood studios of offering a contract deal worth less than an agreement tentatively approved by the leaders of a smaller actors union.

SAG executive director Doug Allen told The Associated Press on Wednesday the offer is worth millions of dollars less over the life of the proposed three-year contract.

SAG declined to immediately provide details on the differences in the offers.