Though the banned Nollywood stars are now free to take up various roles in the movie industry following the completion of their one year ban placed on them by the marketers, but recent developments in the industry show that the problem is far from being resolved. It was reliably gathered that the marketers have set N400,000 as the maximum fee for actors and actresses in Nollywood and the amount has been rejected. At a resolution meeting held in Awka recently, the President of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) Mr. Ejike Asiegbu condemned the action of the marketers, adding that the new policy may not be effective as matters relating to contract is dependant on the marketers to offer a particular amount and the willingness of the actors/actresses to do the job at a given fee. “No body can pay any body’s fee. It depends on the agreement between the producer and the actor/actress,” he said. The AGN boss also accused the marketers of aiding the top stars by luring them with money to cross over to sets even when they knew that the actors and actress were fully engaged. He also requested that the AGN be left alone to discipline their own members instead of other organisations interfering with the affairs of the AGN and its members. It was gathered that one of the reasons the film marketers gave for the ban a year ago was that the actors/actresses accepted too many jobs and jumped from one set to another. However, some of the top stars who were banned refused to attend the reconciliatory meeting at Awka. They include Richard Mofe Damijo (RMD), Omotola Jalade, Genevieve Nnaji and Stella Damasus Aboderin. The marketers saw their absence from the meeting as insubordination and warned against it.