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In April, after months of failed negotiations between the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Association of Talent Agents, the WGA sued several big talent agencies, like William Morris Endeavor, alleging that the packaging fees from studios that talent agencies receive amounted to an illegal kickback under federal and state statutes including California’s Unfair...
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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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Happy Film Friday everyone! In light of St. Patricks day, here’s a little article about a cult classic film Leprechaun. Fans of 90’s horror cult classic, Leprechaun, will be interested to know that the genius behind the franchise is green with anger over copyright-infringement over his new Vamprechaun project idea. A complaint was filed in California...
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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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The story goes that big production studios, among other businesses in entertainment, have long had the stronghold on copyrights encapsulated in entertainment projects. Any work that studios were not able to create in-house would necessitate outsourcing to independent contractors in the industry. Whether it was a screenplay, or as we have here a film score,...
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