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Seth Rogen Calls Out Streamer CEOs’ ‘Insane’ Salaries, Says He’s ‘Distressed’ By Their ‘Secretiveness’ Regarding Viewership

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BreAnna Bell The cast of Apple TV+’s “Platonic” was all smiles and laughs as they celebrated the premiere of their rom-com, but the Wednesday night carpet was clouded by Hollywood’s ongoing writers strike.

Some of the show’s stars including longtime friends Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, and Carla Gallo revealed their thoughts on the face off between the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Pictures and Television Producers while walking the green carpet outside of Regal LA Live theater in downtown Los Angeles. “I’m personally distressed by not having any sense of how successful these shows and movies we make for streaming services are,” said Rogen. “The secretiveness only makes me think that they’re making way more money off of all of us than they want to share with anybody.

These executives are making insane salaries that you would only make if you are running an incredibly profitable business.” “Thank God for these labor unions and their ability to force these gigantic corporations who banded together to drive down the wages of workers to actually do something every once in a while and act fairly and equitably,” said Rogen.

The WGA called for the strike May 1 after the guild failed to reach an agreement with the AMPTP, prompting writers to picket studios across the country.

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