At West Hollywood Event, Margot Robbie Holds Sign SAG/AFTRA Rally

The SAG-AFTRA strikes have Margot Robbie's support.

The actress, 33, participated in a SAG-AFTRA march on Wednesday in West Hollywood that went from Netflix Studios to Paramount Studios. 

During the event, Robbie held up a black, white, and yellow "SAG-AFTRA ON STRIKE!" placard while donning brown sunglasses and a white oversized T-shirt that said, "SAG-AFTRA ON STRIKE!"

After failing contract discussions with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, SAG-AFTRA, the union made its strike announcement in July.

SAG-AFTRA is made up of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

Prior to the SAG-AFTRA declaration at a Barbie premiere in July, Robbie stated in an interview that she would "absolutely" be ready to go on strike. The chat was caught on camera by Sky News.

"I firmly believe in supporting all unions. Since I'm a member of SAG, I would unquestionably support that, the actress continued.

SAG President Fran Drescher stated in a news conference at the time the strike was declared that "streaming, digital, and A.I. have completely changed the industry's business model."

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