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Emmys: The Reality Roundtable

Six of the genre's biggest names swap war stories about weight fluctuation, the reality programs that drive them nuts and the biggest mistakes they've made on their shows.

Emmys: The Comedy Actress Roundtable (Video)

Emmy's funniest contenders reveal their big breaks, parenthood fears and why it's "so boring" to ever ask a question about women and comedy.

Emmys: The Comedy Actor Roundtable (Video)

Television's funnymen sound off on their favorite comedians, their biggest failures and what they really think about reality television.

Emmys: The Drama Actor Roundtable (Video)

Six of Emmy's toughest contenders come clean about their biggest fears, the worst advice they ever got and whom they most admire (present company excluded).

SUNDANCE SOCIAL: James Franco Sings ‘Three’s Company’

Wigs, bigwigs and actors light up the Park City night.

Courtney Love’s Tweets Lead to Unique Defamation Showdown

The rocker's rants bring the first high-profile trial over celebrity comments on Twitter scheduled for Jan. 18.

Hollywood Docket: ‘Harry Potter’ plagiarism case continues; Actor subpoenas Twitter for source of STD rumor

A British judge has allowed a lawsuit to go forward that alleges that J.K. Rowling plagiarized "Harry Potter" from the author of an obscure fantasy book, "Willy the Wizard." However, the judge…

Hollywood Docket: ‘Dora’ lawyer threatens to humiliate Nickelodeon; ‘Hobbit’ deal coming?

Ah, lawyering at its nastiest: The attorney for the teen who voiced "Dora the Explorer" and sued Nickelodeon last week gave the network a deadline of 1 pm yesterday to settle. Or else? The lawyer…

Hollywood Docket: Google wants to charge the music industry for anti-piracy help

Today's must-read: The RIAA and the IFPI, two music industry trade groups, recently sent a letter to Google asking for more aid in tracking down pirated material online. Google said it would help…

Harvard’s Larry Lessig on why ‘Social Network’ gets the Internet wrong

Like almost every person with access to the Internet, Harvard law professor and digital rights advocate Lawrence Lessig has weighed in with his review of "The Social Network." Lessig, a big Aaron…