Jennifer Lopez's Highly Anticipated Film 'Unstoppable' Paused by Writers' Strike

Hollywood is currently experiencing a writers' strike, affecting the production of Jennifer Lopez's film Unstoppable

Unstoppable, based on the inspiring story of Anthony Robles, a wrestler born with one leg, was disrupted by the strike while filming in Los Angeles

The film is the directorial debut of Billy Goldenberg, an Oscar-winning editor known for Argo

Unstoppable is supported by Artists Equity, co-founded by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon

The strike was initiated by the Writers Guild of America (WGA) due to writers' unfair compensation in the streaming era

Over 11,000 WGA members joined the strike to seek a fair deal

The WGA is disappointed with the studios' responses, feeling that writers are treated as freelancers rather than valued industry members

The AMPTP is willing to improve their offer but won't meet all of the union's demands