Month

November 2017
More than two years after Mad Max: Fury Road became a worldwide hit – going on to win six Academy Awards – director George Miller is suing Hollywood studio Warner Bros over unpaid earnings. Their falling out has been revealed in a Supreme Court of NSW ruling that the dispute between production company Kennedy Miller Mitchell and...
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We happy to announce that Kpop superstar and very special The Hollywood Lawyer client, Ailee will be performing an exclusive concert this upcoming weekend, Nov. 17 & Nov. 18 at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Southern California. Ailee is an incredibly talented performer, so don’t miss this rare opportunity to see her live in the...
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Introducing a very special #TuesdayTip for filmmakers wanting to use a song in their film: Every recording has two individual copyrights. In many cases, you’ll need to contact the both the copyright owner of the musical composition and the copyright owner of the specific recording you’re using. Copyright research tools If you want to find out who owns...
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Taylor Swift and the American Civil Liberties Union are butting heads. The organization sent Swift’s legal team a strongly worded letter denouncing her threat to sue a California blogger who, without any evidence, accused the singer of supporting the white supremacy movement. The ACLU made the letter public on Tuesday. “This is a completely unsupported...
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The contract to run the latest Star Wars film, which lands everywhere in just six weeks, also ups Disney’s take to 70 percent if the theater puts a foot wrong on a number of counts, according to a Wall Street Journal report. U.S. theater owners are required to run the movie for four weeks without skipping a single screening...
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