Hollywood actress Megan Fox breaks SAG-AFTRA rules with controversial Halloween costume

Hollywood actress Megan Fox breaks SAG-AFTRA rules with controversial Halloween costume

Megan Fox slammed for defying SAG-AFTRA Halloween costume guidelines

Hollywood actress Megan Fox has been slammed by fans after she dressed up in a Kill Bill-inspired costume for Halloween, despite SAG-AFTRA guidelines urging actors and actresses not to dress up as popular characters from struck work, including popular movies and shows, and posting photos on social media.

The union is currently on strike, and the guidelines were issued in solidarity with striking actors who are demanding fairer treatment.

Fans criticize Megan Fox for defying union rules

Fox’s followers were not impressed with her decision to ignore the union guidelines, and took to the comments section to criticize her.

One person wrote: “Yes girl give it to your union trying to get better wages and benefits for lesser-known people than u!”

Another penned: “Not a good look to publicly defy the union that is fighting to protect you, at an imperative time when they are actively calling on members to share messages of support and strength on socials.”

Sarah Sherman also mocks union rules

It seems as if Fox is not the only celebrity who has made a joke out of the union rules. Comedian Sarah Sherman also mocked them whilst she was on an episode of Saturday Night Live.

The comedian joked about how children could switch up their costumes to be acceptable to the union rules. She joked that children who dress up like Barbie and Spider-Man are “a bunch of adorable scabs.”

Why is SAG-AFTRA on strike?

The SAG-AFTRA strike has been ongoing since July 14th, and actors are demanding fairer treatment in the entertainment industry. They are calling for liveable wages, long-term pay, consistency of employment, and control over the use of artificial intelligence, among other concerns.

Conclusion

Megan Fox has been criticized by fans for defying SAG-AFTRA Halloween costume guidelines. The union is currently on strike, and the guidelines were issued in solidarity with striking actors who are demanding fairer treatment.

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