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Canadian Actor, Arrow Star Stephen Amell Takes a Quirky Stand on SAG-AFTRA Strike

Canadian Actor, Stephen Amell, the popular star of "Arrow," chose to give his two cents to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike.

Amell making a grand appearance at GalaxyCon in North Carolina, and a brave fan dared to ask him about the strike. Holding back a laugh, he responded, "Oh, you had to go there, huh?"

Amell proclaimed his support for the union, but then dropped the comedic bombshell - he does not support striking! He found it "reductive negotiating tactic," whatever that means! Someone call in the dictionary, please.

And just when you thought the chuckles would subside, Amell went on to call the whole thing "incredibly frustrating." We can only imagine him trying to punch a punching bag with a puzzled expression. Is it a villain, or is it a strike? We'll never know.

He even brought out the big words, calling the thinking behind the strike "myopic." Now, who needs 20/20 vision when you have a Stephen Amell vocabulary lesson?

But hold your popcorn, folks, because the plot thickens. The strike has already caused chaos in Hollywood, with TV shows and movies going on unplanned hiatus. And let's not forget the unfortunate delay of Zendaya's movie. Oh, the drama!

But fear not, Amell's appearance at GalaxyCon was no strike violation - it's like he had a superpower of legality. His visit was not connected to the affected companies, so no red flags there. It seems like even superheroes play by the rules, huh?

Now you ask what's the big deal about the strike? Well, Hollywood writers and actors want to cash in on the streaming boom. Who wouldn't? It's like a buffet of eyeballs! They're demanding better pay deals, especially from Netflix. It's all about getting that extra sprinkle on their ice cream scoops.

SAG-AFTRA President Fran Drescher insisted they are ready to go the distance, even if it takes six months! We can only imagine the marathon of memes we'll get during this long haul. And let's not forget the gravity of their commitment - it's serious business, folks!

But, in the end, Stephen Amell and the union have one thing: a love of the industry. So, even if they disagree on striking, they're all just superheroes struggling to find their way in this Hollywood.

Now, grab your popcorn, folks, because this Hollywood saga is far from over. And remember, even during a strike, laughter is still the best medicine. So, keep those funny bones ready, you might need them! It's showbiz, baby! πŸΏπŸ˜„

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