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Mandy Patinkin mocks ‘Princess Bride’ while picketing WGA strikers in New York: ‘You killed waste, prepare to pay!’

Actors Mandy Patinkin, Bob Odenkirk and Adam Scott are just one of many famous talents who marched with WGA strikers in New York City while representing SAG-AFTRA in support of the Writers Guild.

Patinkin even teased his beloved role as Inigo Montoya in “The Princess Bride,” with a sign reading, “You’ve killed the residuals, prepare to pay!” (The line, of course, refers to his famous “You killed my father, prepare to die” delivery.)

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Odenkirk, known for his role in “Better Call Saul” and previously in “Breaking Bad,” tweeted a selfie on the picket lines in New York captioned “Let’s do it.”

Odenkirk and Patinkin also posed for a photo together, which the latter captioned: “Saul’s unite.” In addition to Odenkirk’s work as Saul Goodman, Patinkin is also known for playing a character named Saul on “Homeland.”

Adam Scott, who can be seen most recently in “Severance,” also joined the picket line.

Dan Reynolds and Daniel Wayne Sermon of Imagine Dragons performed at Netflix’s Los Angeles headquarters yesterday, performing hits like “Whatever It Takes” and “Radioactive.”

“Guardians of the Galaxy” actress Karen Gillan shared that she is at the WGA East strike at her instagram story Wednesday.

Author Taylor Jenkins Reid, who executive produced the adaptation of her best-selling book “Daisy Jones & the Six” and who is also a member of WGA West, posted a photo of his meeting with “Daisy Jones” writer and executive producer, Will Graham.

Reid was holding a sign that read, “Do you really want Landry to kill again?” He also wrote about how he listened to the Newsies soundtrack because he was taught to “always be on the side of work” from a young age.

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