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  1. Lawsuit Contends CBS Doesn't Own Term Coined by 'I Love Lucy' StarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 10 | Hollywood Reporter

    CBS may enjoy rights to the television shows once belonging to Desilu Productions, including I Love Lucy , Star Trek and Mission Impossible , but a lawsuit alleges that CBS doesn't control "Desilu" itself. Desilu Studios, founded in 2013 by Charles Hensley, is making this contention in a trademark lawsuit filed on Monday in California federal court.


  2. Bill O'Hare, Longtime Advertising and Publicity Exec in Hollywood, Dies at 88Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 9 | Hollywood Reporter

    He worked at MGM, Paramount and Columbia and on campaigns for films including 'Doctor Zhivago' and '2001: A Space Odyssey.' Bill O'Hare, a veteran marketing and publicity executive who had stints at MGM, Paramount, Columbia and CBS' Cinema Center Films, has died.


  3. 'Coming to America' Sequel, 'Scarface' Remake Score California Tax CreditsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 9 | Hollywood Reporter

    The latest round of feature films to qualify include a new, untitled Jordan Peele project and a 'Deadwood' movie spinoff. A Coming to America sequel, which director Jonathan Levine and Black-ish creator and writer Kenya Barris are working on for Eddie Murphy, and Ford v.


  4. Bradley Cooper's 'Matt Helm' Spy Movie Enlists Writer Tom ShepherdRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2018 | Hollywood Reporter

    Shepherd will pen a script for a Matt Helm movie for Paramount, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. The film has Bradley Cooper attached to star as the character first introduced in late author Donald Hamilton's series of spy novels, which he published from 1960-93 over 27 volumes.


  5. Mark Wahlberg's 'Six Billion Dollar Man' Sets 2019 Release DateRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2018 | Hollywood Reporter

    The Mark Wahlberg tentpole will open May 31, 2019, the studio announced Friday. The film is expected to star Wahlberg as Steve Austin, a man who is saved by cutting-edged technology that turns him half machine following a horrible accident.


  6. Top Production Pros Talk Reshoots, the Netflix Effect and Filming in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2018 | Hollywood Reporter

    Physical production heads from major studios - including Warner Bros., Paramount, Annapurna, Bad Robot and Amazon - spilled shooting secrets on a panel with THR editorial director Matthew Belloni. Producers, distributors, film commissioners and other Hollywood decision makers gathered Thursday morning for a brunch honoring the industry's top physical production pros.


  7. The Anthony Pellicano Prison Interview: Hollywood's Notorious...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 14, 2018 | Hollywood Reporter

    With just a year to go in his sentence for wiretapping and other crimes, Pellicano speaks for the first time in detail about star clients like Michael Jackson and the late studio chief Brad Grey, those who turned their backs on him and his showbiz legacy . Closer now, we cross San Pedro's Vincent Thomas Bridge, recognizable for its many appearances in movies and television shows, and move past a graveyard of massive multicolored shipping containers.


  8. Dwayne Johnson Eyes $20M Payday for Action Thriller 'Red Notice'Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2018 | Hollywood Reporter

    Dwayne Johnson could soon make over $20 million for a new movie as one of the biggest bidding wars Hollywood has seen in years unfolds. Legendary, New Line, Paramount, Sony and Universal are locked in a multi-million dollar auction for Red Notice , an action comedy that would reteam Johnson with Rawson Marshall Thurber, the writer and director behind his upcoming action movie, Skyscraper .


  9. Are MGM and Paramount Pictures union-busting? Is the American...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2018 | Hollywood Reporter

    Are MGM and Paramount Pictures union-busting? Is the American Federation of Musicians tampering with witnesses in a lawsuit over wages and benefits? A labor dispute escalates. , the iconic film about a prince-turned-slave's revenge, has instigated a modern-day labor brawl.


  10. Linda Carlson, Exec Behind Visionary Title Sequences, DiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2018 | Hollywood Reporter

    She was the co-founder of Rock Paper Scissors, a52, Jax, and Elastic, the firm behind HBO's 'Game of Thrones' title sequence and many others. Linda Carlson, the executive who co-founded Rock Paper Scissors, a52, Jax, and Elastic, died Saturday of natural causes, according to ICM Partners.


  11. Major Studios, Streamers Win Early Battle in War with TickBoxRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2018 | Hollywood Reporter

    The court ordered TickBox to maintain certain changes it made to its user interface and advertising after the studios sued. Major Hollywood studios and streamers won an early battle in a copyright fight with TickBox on Tuesday.


  12. MPAA, Netflix Support FX's Defense Against Olivia de HavillandRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2018 | Hollywood Reporter

    The Electronic Frontier Foundation is also backing the network, and suggests it may have been legally better off had it portrayed de Havilland as a human-worm hybrid. Olivia de Havilland may have an early court ruling on her side in the legal battle against Ryan Murphy and FX over Feud: Bette and Joan - but entertainment and digital stakeholders are rallying in support of the network and biopic producers everywhere.


  13. More Evidence That Netflix and Amazon Have Joined a Legal Campaign Against PiracyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2018 | Hollywood Reporter

    Should Netflix and Amazon just go ahead and join the Motion Picture Association of America already? One might wonder after seeing the latest lawsuit from the two streamers plus Universal, Columbia, Disney, 20th Century Fox, Paramount and Warner Bros. Together, these companies filed a complaint on Wednesday in California federal court against Dragon Media, which offers a set-top box that comes pre-loaded with customized open-source Kodi software and can be used to access pirated content.


  14. Hollywood Filmmakers, Tech Innovators Gather for Golden Portal FundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2018 | Hollywood Reporter

    Members of the medical community mingled with Hollywood filmmakers during the Golden Portal Awards, an annual event created to offer philanthropic support to UCLA neuroscientists who are researching neurological diseases such as brain cancer, aneurysms, vascular malformations and stroke. Held Saturday afternoon at L.A.'s The Griffin Club, the event was first launched in 2012 by Twentieth Century Fox president of postproduction Ted Gagliano and Fox marketing alum Loic Bailly.


  15. AFI Awards: Is Inclusion of 'Wonder Woman' on Top 10 List a Sign of Things to Come at Oscars?Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2017 | Hollywood Reporter

    In close calls, AFI tends to break for Hollywood studio films, whereas the Academy tends to break for indie and/or non-American projects - but there is reason to believe that this summer's biggest smash may click with both groups, THR's awards columnist explains. Could the fairy-tale success of Wonder Woman continue all the way to the Oscars? That's the question on many minds after the American Film Institute included the summer smash - the first major-studio superhero film ever to center on a female protagonist, namely DC Comics' most iconic female character - among the top 10 films of 2017 in its AFI Awards announcement on Thursday.


  16. 'Stranger Things' Actress Sadie Sink Joins Horror Film 'Eli'Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2017 | Hollywood Reporter

    Stranger Things newcomer Sadie Sink and Kelly Reilly, who appeared in season two of True Detective , have joined Eli , a horror film from Paramount Pictures' Paramount Players label. Captain Fantastic actor Charlie Shotwell is playing the titular role of Eli in the project being directed by Ciaran Foy .


  17. Hollywood Confronts a Copyright Argument With Potential for Mass DisruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2017 | Hollywood Reporter

    Who really owns the CG characters in blockbuster films like "Avengers" and "Night at the Museum"? On Monday, a judge was told it's not the studios. Are some of Hollywood's biggest movies from the past decade - Guardians of the Galaxy , Avengers: Age of Ultron , Deadpool , Night at the Museum , among others - all copyright infringements because they were allegedly created with stolen technology? The question seems outlandish, and yet, that's exactly what a California federal judge was told on Monday in a case that can't be shrugged off as a crank even if it is now treading on some fantastic territory including a scholar's search for hidden codes in the Hebrew Bible.


  18. Major Studios, Streamers Declare Legal War on TickBoxRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2017 | Hollywood Reporter

    "What TickBox actually sells is nothing less than illegal access to Plaintiffs' copyrighted content," a lawyer for the studios and streamers says. While the war between major film studios and purported family-friendly filterer VidAngel wages on, Hollywood has recruited two streaming giants for a new battle with the maker of a box it says gives users easy access to pirated content.


  19. MGM, Paramount Say 'Ben Hur' Musicians Not Covered by Union AgreementRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2017 | Hollywood Reporter

    The studios make their move to dismiss a lawsuit from a guild that claims that musicians haven't been properly compensated. MGM and Paramount Pictures are moving to dismiss a lawsuit brought by a guild that claims musicians who recorded the score for the 2016 film remake of Ben Hur have been denied rightful wages, benefits and residual compensation.


  20. When the Nazis Tried to Exterminate HollywoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2017 | Hollywood Reporter

    Decades before today's white nationalist movement, "the most dangerous Jew in Los Angeles" fought a plan to assassinate film stars and studio heads by hanging them in the streets. In March 1934, Leon Lewis, a 44-year-old lawyer and former executive director of the Anti-Defamation League, invited 40 of Hollywood's most powerful studio heads, producers and directors - men like Louis B. Mayer, Irving Thalberg and Jack Warner - to a secret meeting at Hillcrest, the elite Jewish country club in Cheviot Hills.


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