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Investors in the company, described as "a Pandora for all your life," include actors Danny Masterson and Cedric the Entertainer. READ MORE
A roundup of entertainment law news including a couple of odd moments from a hearing where TV broadcasters pushed Dish Network to hand over documents related to Aereo. READ MORE
The June 11 court decision puts a summer tradition under a microscope: Pay, or risk a lawsuit? READ MORE
Intern class action lawsuits like those in New York involving Fox and Hearst could spread to California as Hollywood still thrives on young, free labor.
Suit expands from interns who worked on Fox Searchlight's "Black Swan" to class action that possibly targets all Fox internship programs. READ MORE
"The King's Speech" and "Black Swan" help boost art house revenue to $137 million in 2011. READ MORE
Lawyers want to expand the scope of a lawsuit originally brought by interns who had worked on "Black Swan." READ MORE
THR looks back at Hollywood's most memorable dance films. READ MORE
The star of the upcoming "Oz: The Great and Powerful" will wear new Dior designer Raf Simons couture and ready-to-wear during the 2013 awards season. READ MORE
The British Board of Film Classification says it has had 120 complaints in 2012, more than three times the number that "Black Swan" had drawn last year. READ MORE
One wonders what will Dior think of their brand ambassador putting on some 25 pounds. READ MORE
Speaking at a Zocalo Public Square event, the choreographer-dancer talked about his move to LA and his new art, dance and fashion collective. READ MORE
Stuart Dunn was arrested after following the actress to her Hollywood gym. READ MORE
Hollywood's hottest fashion 'It Girls' hit the French fashion shows and shoot magazine editorials and commercials in Paris. READ MORE
After reports surfaced that Jamie Wolf confirmed the star and her fiancé's Oscar baubles were "wedding rings," the designer tells THR differently. READ MORE
Darren Aronofsky lets us know why he wanted to make "Black Swan." READ MORE
Film Independent's annual ceremony will once again take place on Santa Monica beach the afternoon before the Oscars. READ MORE
The studio dismisses the accusations and says the plaintiffs never actually worked for them. READ MORE
The plaintiffs claim they were unpaid for performing duties that should have been handled by paid employees, a violation of minimum wage and overtime laws. READ MORE
UPDATED: The pact covers a minimum of six films that will be produced and financed by Cross Creek. READ MORE
A psychological thriller set in the world of New York City ballet, BLACK SWAN stars Natalie Portman as Nina, a featured dancer who finds herself locked in a web of competitive intrigue with a new rival at the company (Mila Kunis).
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