Month

November 2016
Looks like Robin Antonick, the creator of popular video game Madden NFL Football, has lost his $11 million lawsuit. Antonick sued Electronic Arts (EA) for breach of contract in 2011. He claimed that the contract he signed in 1986 entitled him to royalties on all subsequent derivative creations of the Madden Football game. Even though...
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In an effort to prevent age discrimination in the film industry, a law in California was passed—Assembly Bill 1687—which requires IMDb.com to remove the ages or birth dates of public figures on its site upon request of actors. This bill has been met with stark backlash and has since become the basis of a complaint...
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What is there to say about Denzel Washington? The man has delivered time and time again, for decades now, but there is a hunch that he may be on the verge of delivering his best performance yet. The film, Fences, will be released nationwide on Christmas Day, and currently, from the looks of it is...
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This week on client news… Keep your eyes peeled! Are you followed? Our client the talented Matthew Brewbaker, who has an impressive resume working with the likes of Award winning director, Robert Zemeckis (Back to the Future, Forrest Gump), and producer Steve Starkey (Cast Away, What lies Beneath), is now part of a new project...
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Since the start of the year Netflix and Relativity Media has struggled over legal issues regarding a 2010 agreement, which enabled Netflix to stream two of Relativity’s films, Masterminds and The Disappointment Room, in June. The deal between Netflix and Relativity was that Netflix would receive up to 12 films a year, however, due to...
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