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'Dungeons & Dragons' Legal Settlement Paves Way for New Movie
'Dungeons & Dragons' Legal Settlement Paves Way for New Movie
Warner Bros. makes a big gamble, and after a trial held last year, gets a deal for a new project to be produced by Roy Lee ('The Lego Movie').
Hollywood Guilds Fight to Save Residuals in Relativity Bankruptcy (Analysis)
Hollywood Guilds Fight to Save Residuals in Relativity Bankruptcy (Analysis)
Will residuals be paid? It’s complicated.
Hollywood Docket: Ray Charles' Children See Song Rights Win Overturned by Appeals Court
Hollywood Docket: Ray Charles' Children See Song Rights Win Overturned by Appeals Court
Plus an 'Orange Is the New Black' actress claiming her former producing partner stole her idea.
Relativity Bankruptcy: Who's Getting Paid and Who's Getting Screwed
Relativity Bankruptcy: Who's Getting Paid and Who's Getting Screwed
The company owes money to employees, vendors, Bradley Cooper, Brett Ratner and even a game show winner. What's the pecking order?
Relativity Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Relativity Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
The studio is now up for sale.
MPAA Testing the Limits of Pirate Site Blocking in MovieTube Lawsuit
MPAA Testing the Limits of Pirate Site Blocking in MovieTube Lawsuit
On Wednesday, studio giants argued for an interpretation of copyright law that runs counter to legal advice the MPAA received.
'Wolf of Wall Street' Backer Says It Has Been Hacked, Surveilled and Harassed
'Wolf of Wall Street' Backer Says It Has Been Hacked, Surveilled and Harassed
Red Granite Pictures say they are playing a "cat-and-mouse game" with individuals stalking employees and outside advisors.
James Woods Sues Twitter User for $10 Million Over "Cocaine Addict" Accusation
James Woods Sues Twitter User for $10 Million Over "Cocaine Addict" Accusation
The actor filed a defamation lawsuit against an individual who replied to Woods' tweets about Barack Obama and Caitlyn Jenner.
'Happy Birthday' Ownership Judgment Will Wait on "Smoking Gun" Evidence
'Happy Birthday' Ownership Judgment Will Wait on "Smoking Gun" Evidence
A hearing Wednesday on whether one of the world's most popular songs belongs in the public domain ended without a decision.
Avi Lerner Goes to War With Union Over "No Residuals" Promise
Avi Lerner Goes to War With Union Over "No Residuals" Promise
A new lawsuit comes after Nu Image almost went to trial earlier this year, bringing several other big name indie producers in tow.
Terrence Howard Sued for Assault, Defamation by Ex-Wife
Terrence Howard Sued for Assault, Defamation by Ex-Wife
The complaint filed Tuesday states the 'Empire' lead punched, kicked and strangled her.
Hollywood Law Hires: Latham & Watkins' Entertainment Group Grows With Rival Litigator
Hollywood Law Hires: Latham & Watkins' Entertainment Group Grows With Rival Litigator
Plus a dealmaker returning to Greenberg Glusker and a labor attorney joining Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp.
Bill Cosby's "Media Blitz," "Narcissistic View" Attacked in Court
Bill Cosby's "Media Blitz," "Narcissistic View" Attacked in Court
The attorney for Andrea Constand tells the judge that confidentiality is "unenforceable" and bemoans double standards.