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Written by admin on January 03, 2024

Hello, Happy New Year Hayden fans! Hayden Panettiere is the face of the December issue of Reserved Magazine. In this new interview, they delve into her return to the center stage of her career and her comeback. Talking about the SAG strike and how it affected her projects, she also opens up about her will to become a producer and direct, her fashion style, her activism.

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If an adolescence on Hollywood’s doorstep taught Hayden Panettiere one thing, it would be a remarkable, almost unfathomable resilience. The actor, activist, mother, and 2000s-era icon tackles her new start with the grace and tenacity of a self-made woman. Armed with a lifetime’s-worth of wisdom, a truth to herself, and the hunger to pave her own path, Panettiere returns to the center stage of her own story.

Can you talk a bit about your experience during the SAG strike? How are you feeling now that it’s over? Are you proud of the progress?

Hayden Panettiere: We’re all excited that it’s over, but it needed to happen. It was incredibly unfair what was going on; what we were seeing as actors and actresses on the backends, the deals, and who is really reaping those benefits. It was time for somebody, for us all, for Fran Drescher— who is helming this— to stand up. She made that speech and— oh my gosh— every actor out there and everyone involved in SAG was just going “THANK YOU!” This was a no-B.S. strike.

I hope it ends up being a good thing that the writers’ strike ended before ours, so they could get back to work. By the time that ours ended, we have scripts and stories that we can go back to work and do. This is the time in between, where some projects have fallen apart and need to be put back together again- which is no surprise— but there are different opportunities that are also coming up. We had several opportunities and projects that we are really excited about doing and putting together. I’m hoping to become a producer and start producing more and more. Eventually, one day, I hope that I get to be behind the camera and directing, not always having to be in the front of it. We have some really exciting stuff. It definitely pushed things back a bit, but it was a necessary evil.

Now that the strike has ended, what’s next for you?

Hayden Panettiere: There’s a very cool independent film I did right before the strike started. Literally, we ended it right as the strike started. We were terrified the entire time that they were going to call the strike and we were going to have to stop where we were. But, we got through it. I really like the story behind it, and it’s also kind of like a PSA. That’s about as much as I can say about it right now. We’ll see how it comes together. I’m hoping it comes to fruition and everyone gets to see it.

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