Post-strike Hollywood rushes to get film, TV sets humming

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By Dawn Chmielewski and Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Hours before the Hollywood actors’ strike officially ended, Beth Goodnight’s phone began ringing with opportunity. The head of a Hollywood construction company and prop shop that bears her name dispatched two project managers to begin bidding for work. By the end of the day Wednesday, they had crunched numbers on seven projects, including a Super Bowl commercial, a television show, a large event and smaller pieces that add up to hundreds of thousands of dollars. “My phone would not stop ringing and buzzing last night,” said Goodnigh…

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