Here's the rundown so far of the actors who have stated they won't be crossing the picket lines to attend The Golden Globes:
Katherine Heigl (nominated for Grey's Anatomy): "I'm not crossing the picket line, not unless I'm contractually obliged to do, which, with the Golden Globes, I'm not."
Jeremy Piven (nominated for Entourage): "I don't know about whether or not I'll be attending because to be honest with you, I don't know a lot about the rules and limitations of what is happening. I need to look into it. Writers are kind of these unsung heroes. People don't see how much these guys work and they're just trying to cover their bases for themselves and for the future. I hope they get what they deserve and I'll do anything I can to help that."
Glenn Close (nominated for Damages): "I would never cross a picket line."
James McAvoy (nominated for Atonement): "I don't think I'd want to do that. It's an environment I wouldn't want to stick my nose into. I'm not from this country and for me to stick my nose and throw my small weight around wouldn't be right."
David Cronenberg (nominated for Eastern Promises): "It would be very hard for me to cross a WGA picket line. Everybody will have the same problem. It's very unfornuate and an issue that won't go away."
Matt Weiner: (executive producer of Mad Men): "I will not cross the picket line. I'm mystified at the aggressive stance from the producers, shocked by it. It's a crucial period in entertainment."
Jon Hamm: (nominated for Mad Men): "There's no way I would cross a picket line. Not only in respect to Matt, but I'm in 100% agreement with him in this fight. It would be a drag not to go but you have to take a stand."
Andy Serkis: (nominated for Longford): "I certainly wouldn't cross the picket lines."