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The trust representing the late writer-director Colin Higgins has sued attorney Barry Hirsch for failing to properly represent his interests in the "9 to 5" stage musical.
Roman Polanski's hearing has been delayed until an appellate court determines whether to have the L.A. County Superior Court barred from the case.
On Wednesday, Blockbuster inked a deal with CinemaNow that calls for the latter to supply technological support for Blockbuster's digital storefront.
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Yahoo has found its new top executive -- Autodesk exec chair Carol Bartz -- and will lose its No. 2 exec in the process.
Samantha Geimer, the rape victim in Roman Polanski's sexual misconduct case, has accused the Los Angeles Country District Attorney's office of victimizing her anew.
Judging by last week's Consumers Electronics Show and Television Critics Assn. confab, it will be a lean scene on the fest and tradeshow circuit this year.
The Directors Guild of America has honored the helmers of five leading awards contenders by nominating Danny Boyle ("Slumdog Millionaire"), David Fincher ("The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"), Ron…
Genius Products, the troubled homevideo distributor majority owned by the Weinstein Co., now has a new majority owner.
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