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In Deal With Fox, Dish Agrees to Disable Ad-Skipping for 7 Days After Shows First Air
In Deal With Fox, Dish Agrees to Disable Ad-Skipping for 7 Days After Shows First Air
A four-year fight over AutoHop finally comes to an end.
'Queen of the Desert' Producers File Copyright Lawsuit Against Internet Pirates
'Queen of the Desert' Producers File Copyright Lawsuit Against Internet Pirates
In the latest push by Hollywood to clamp down on pirating, the production company behind the period film (starring James Franco, Nicole Kidman and Robert Pattinson) identifies seven IP addresses that distributed the movie via file-sharing site BitTorrent.
Warner Bros.' 'Superman' Rights Confirmed by Appeals Court
Warner Bros.' 'Superman' Rights Confirmed by Appeals Court
The 9th Circuit confirms that Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel's widow transferred them in 2001.
'Straight Outta Compton' Makers Take Aim at N.W.A Ex-Manager's Lawsuit
'Straight Outta Compton' Makers Take Aim at N.W.A Ex-Manager's Lawsuit
Universal, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and other defendants argue the docudrama is an interpretation of "controversial historical events."
Bill Cosby Looks to Delay Defamation Lawsuit as He Fights Criminal Charge
Bill Cosby Looks to Delay Defamation Lawsuit as He Fights Criminal Charge
Cosby hints he may have to assert the 5th Amendment if a stay isn't granted.
Judge Knocks Out 'Iron Man' Copyright Lawsuit
Judge Knocks Out 'Iron Man' Copyright Lawsuit
The complaint alleged that the superhero's body armor was derived from another comic book.
Wu-Tang Clan's $2 Million Album a Target in Copyright Lawsuit
Wu-Tang Clan's $2 Million Album a Target in Copyright Lawsuit
Drawings of Raekwon, Ol’ Dirty Bastard and Inspecta Deck were allegedly reproduced in what landed in the hands of Martin Shkreli.
Bill Cosby's Ex-Attorney Marty Singer Escapes Janice Dickinson Lawsuit
Bill Cosby's Ex-Attorney Marty Singer Escapes Janice Dickinson Lawsuit
Dickinson in May sued the embattled actor, alleging he falsely accused her of fabricating a story in a 2014 television interview in which she said he drugged and raped her in 1982.
Frank Darabont Given Green Light to Pursue Larger Cut of 'Walking Dead' Profits
Frank Darabont Given Green Light to Pursue Larger Cut of 'Walking Dead' Profits
At a hearing Tuesday, a judge expresses annoyance at AMC in a huge fight over money from the hit zombie series.
Warner Music Pays $14 Million to End 'Happy Birthday' Copyright Lawsuit
Warner Music Pays $14 Million to End 'Happy Birthday' Copyright Lawsuit
The music publisher will also not stand in the way for a judge to declare the song to be in the public domain.
Judge Officially Confirms Relativity's Reorganization Plan
Judge Officially Confirms Relativity's Reorganization Plan
The judge's blessing will allow the studio to move forward in releasing 'Masterminds,' 'The Disappointments Room,' 'Before I Wake,' 'Kidnap,' 'Strangers 2' and other films.
Hollywood Docket: Errol Morris; Steven Tyler Lawyer; National Enquirer's Cosby Deal
Hollywood Docket: Errol Morris; Steven Tyler Lawyer; National Enquirer's Cosby Deal
A roundup of entertainment news including a new lawsuit against an NBC affiliate for showing a boy's private part on air.