Lisa Ann Walter Slams Megan Fox for Flouting SAG Guidelines with “Kill Bill” Halloween Costume: 'Keep Posturing'

"What a rebel. Keep posturing for stupid s---, pretty lady," Lisa Ann Walter wrote about Megan Fox on social media

<p>Robin L Marshall/Getty; ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty </p> Lisa Ann Walter and Megan Fox

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Lisa Ann Walter and Megan Fox

Lisa Ann Walter is calling out Megan Fox.

After Fox, 36, shared Instagram photos on Sunday showing herself and her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly dressed as characters from Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill movies, and tagging SAG-AFTRA in the photo's caption, Walter, 60, took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to criticize Fox.

The Hollywood actors union, which has been on strike since July, had previously asked its members not to publicly share Halloween costumes inspired by struck productions. In this case, Kill Bill was distributed by Miramax, a subsidiary of Disney, which is among one of the major studios actors remain on strike against.

"What a rebel. Keep posturing for stupid s---, pretty lady," Walter wrote on social media in response to a post showing Fox's costume. "Meanwhile we’ll be working 10 hours a day - unpaid - to get basic contract earners a fair deal."

"PS-the post responded [to] members questions. No one cares about kids’ costumes," she added, noting that the union is only concerned with the actions of "high pros at fancy parties. Like Megan."

Related: Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox Wear Kill Bill-Inspired Costumes for Casamigos Halloween Party in L.A.

Some SAG members, including Ryan Reynolds, appeared to jokingly criticize the union's advisory notice after its release on Oct. 19. Reynolds, 47, wrote on X: "I look forward to screaming 'scab' at my 8 year old all night. She’s not in the union but she needs to learn."

The union has since deleted its Oct. 19 advisory regarding Halloween costumes and issued an update on Oct. 20 to clarify those guidelines "do not apply to anyone's kids," per The Hollywood Reporter. Other actors who criticized the advisory included former SAG president Melissa Gilbert, who wrote on Instagram that the advisory made the union "look like a joke" amid a stall in negotiations with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) just one week before.

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On X over the weekend, Walter also aimed criticism at Reynolds as she responded to another SAG-AFTRA member, who opined that Fox's Halloween post indicated a "complete lack of respect" for the union's mission during the strike.

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<p>Michael Kovac/Getty</p> Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly on Oct. 27, 2023

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Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly on Oct. 27, 2023

"I bet she likes turnaround rules and relocation fees and our ongoing battle for AI protections & streaming residuals… The union did that," Walter posted. "But sure - s--- on them over nonsense. This goes for Ryan Reynolds too."

SAG's negotiating committee announced on Monday that negotiations with the AMPTP would continue Tuesday.

"While talks over the past week have been productive, we remain far apart on key issues," the statement read, urging actors to continue to appear at picket lines and share support for the strike publicly.

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