Update on Weinstein Litigation: The Weinstein Company overcomes a major hurdle in pursuing legal action against former co-chairmen Harvey and Bob

Image Credit: Richard Drew / AP The Weinstein Company has just made huge progress in its pursuit of legal action against its former co-chairmen Harvey and Bob Weinstein and other former company officers and directors. Image Credit: KMAZUR / WIREIMAGE After the many allegations of sexual misconduct against disgraced film mogul, Harvey Weinstein, and his... Continue Reading →

Spider-Man: Back Home in the M.C.U.

Image Credit: Sony & Marvel (Image from "Spider-Man: Far From Home") Spider-fans should be happy to learn that their friendly neighborhood Spider-Man will remain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe ("M.C.U.") for a third film in the "Spider-Man Homecoming" series, as well as a future Marvel Studios film. Image Credit: AFP Last month, Sony Pictures Entertainment... Continue Reading →

#Trending: Copyright infringement suits against celebrities posting photos of themselves.

Image Credit: Splash News Paparazzi have long made their incomes from photographing celebrities and then selling those photos to various publications. The juicer the photograph, the bigger the paycheck. For example, catching a celebrity in a compromising situation (e.g., Britney Spears circa 2007) can earn a paparazzo a decent payday. Being the first to capture... Continue Reading →

Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fyre: Celebrity influencers should be held accountable for their role in promoting Fyre Festival.

Though event organizer, Billy McFarland, remains behind bars serving out his six-year prison sentence for fraud, the controversy surrounding his disastrous Fyre Festival remains ongoing. One of the most talked-about aspects of Fyre Festival was its influencer-driven marketing campaign, whereby festival producers paid well-known social media influencers, including some of the top models in the... Continue Reading →

Not Shakin’ This One Off: Taylor Swift to Re-record Past Albums in an Attempt to Own Her Own Music

(Image: AP Photo/Darron Cummings) Earlier this summer, renowned music manager, Scooter Braun, through his company, Ithaca Holdings, purchased the Nashville-based Big Machine Label Group. Along with this purchase came the rights to the master recordings of Taylor Swift's first six albums, which were all recorded with Big Machine Label Group. Swift is particularly upset with... Continue Reading →

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