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This week, Stallone filed contract and fraud claims against Warner Bros. through his loan-out company, Rogue Marble, seeking lost profits from his 1993 sci-fi film “Demolition Man.” The complaint was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court. Stallone aims at doing something about “Hollywood Accounting” and intends to help other in the creative community. Stallone is...
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Tomi Lahren, best known for her controversial conservative commentary gaining her digital stardom. If you have ever tuned in on this outspoken political commentator’s videos it will come to no surprise that Lahren is no pushover whatsoever, after having been taken off air following an appearance on “The View,” expressing her pro-choice view. Lahren is...
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Gerald Brittle is the author of “The Demonologist,” a book focusing on Ed and Lorraine Warren famous for solving hauntingly terrifying paranormal cases in the 50’s. Brittle has now filed suit over Warner Bros. successful franchise, “The Conjuring.” In a 355-page amended complaint recently filed in Virginia federal court, outlines how Warner Bros., New Line...
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Prince has always been known as a lover of his craft and never taking much thought in settling his business and financial affairs, so it is not a surprise that his estate has been facing troubling waters after his passing last April. Shortly after Prince’s passing, the administrator of his estate authorized a copyright lawsuit...
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Walt Disney Co. is facing some wild times after being blown with a copyright lawsuit, alleging that “Zootopia” was stolen from a screenwriter, Gary L. Goldman’s unprotected treatment. Goldman has received paramount success having been credited as a writer for “Total Recall” and “Minority Report.” Having contacted Disney in the past, Goldman alleges that he...
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