Relativity Bankruptcy: Stalking Horse Bidder to Pay $125M for TV Assets
Former creditors of Relativity became the lead bidder in an auction held on Friday after putting up $45 million in debtor financing and essentially swapping debt for equity.
VW Scandal: Hybrids, Hackers Offer Clues to Motivation
As cars are increasingly controlled by lines of code, software sleight-of-hand can improve engine performance — or trick regulators into thinking a dirty diesel is actually clean.
"Most Interesting Man in the World" Sued by Former Agent
The lawsuit says he makes about a million dollars a year.
Bill Cosby's Bid to End Accuser's Lawsuit Rips Into Gloria Allred's PR Tactics
Did Judy Huth's lawyer go over the line with a press conference staged outside the LAPD?
SAG-AFTRA Reelects Gabrielle Carteris as Executive VP
Convention delegates elected her overwhelmingly.
FIFA Sponsors Coca-Cola, McDonald’s Call on Sepp Blatter to Resign
“Every day that passes, the image and reputation of FIFA continues to tarnish,” says Coca-Cola as Swiss authorities pursue a criminal case against the soccer boss.
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Robin Williams' Widow, Children Settle Estate Fight
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'The Leftovers' Season 2: TV Review
Damon Lindelof and Tom Perrotta's HBO drama returns for season two, and it's even more enticing — and alienating — than before.
'The Unauthorized Beverly Hills, 90210 Story': TV Review
Lifetime takes on the teenage drama that started it all in its latest unauthorized movie.
'A Childhood' ('Une enfance'): Film Review
The fourth film by French novelist and director Philippe Claudel ('I've Loved You So Long') looks at the coming-of-age of a young boy from a tough background.
'Zubaan': Busan Review
The Busan International Film Festival kicks off its 20th edition by stepping out of its comfort zone with the feature debut from Mozez Singh.
'The Widower': TV Review
This absorbing three-part series examines the strange case of Scottish murderer Malcolm Webster.