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Skyhorse Publishing is threatening to sue HBO for copyright infringement. The company claims that HBO’s new Allen v. Farrow docuseries’ uses audio clips of an audiobook they own the rights to, and HBO never obtained permission to use.  In a statement sent to The Hollywood Reporter on Monday, Tony Lyons, President, and Publisher of Skyhorse Publishing said,...
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Chris Cornell’s widow, Vicky, had been fighting in court the late singer’s former bandmembers since his death in 2017. In 2019, she sued over royalties and the rights to seven unreleased songs that are in varying states of completion. Now she has filed another lawsuit claiming “claiming that she was offered a $300,000 buyout that...
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Netflix has reported that it will be creating a GameStop documentary and feature film with Emmy and Oscar-winning filmmakers Dan Cogan and Liz Garbus. The documentary will feature interviews with members of the Reddit forum, r/wallstreetbets, behind the rise of GameStop stock, everyday amateur traders, and Wallstreet financial experts. The founder of WallStreetBets has sold his life story to...
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Dwight Yoakam claims that Warner Music has denied him the right to reclaim the copyrights to some of his best-known recordings and has sued them over it. Yoakam is seeking a jury trial and a declaration of the termination of his copyrights and unspecified damages for copyright infringement. “Yoakam’s suit hinges on Section 203 of the...
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Disney filed a motion to dismiss a recent lawsuit by Jeffrey Scott, one of the original Muppet Babies 1984 series writers and developer (1984 – 1991), against the entertainment giant. Disney rebooted the Muppet Babies in 2018, and that’s when Scott filed his lawsuit, claiming “the company had misappropriated elements from his original 1984 series...
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