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Michael O’Leary (II)
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Michael O’Leary, the MPAA’s top official tasked with overseeing its lobbying and advocacy efforts, is leaving his post at the end of June. In a statement released by the association, O’Leary said…
Victoria Espinel, the first White House intellectual property coordinator, has stepped down after almost four years in the post, according to industry sources. Espinel’s final day on the job was…
Wayne Kramer's latest is a sub-Tarantino triptych of comic-violent tall tales consisting mostly of bad things happening to dumb people.
Affecting performances and effective storytelling are the hallmarks of actor Matthew Lillard's debut effort as a feature director.
Rick Alverson's cheekily titled "The Comedy" is not without a certain subversive intelligence.
Matt O'Leary and Eloise Mumford are toplining Whitewater Films' miltary thriller "Drones," opposite William Russ, Whip Hubley and Jacob Wysocki.
Updated As Occupy Wall Street protesters attempt to return to Zuccotti Park after their eviction last night, some of their high profile supporters reacted with dismay at what they saw as a heavy…
MPAA chairman Chris Dodd has tapped a former senatorial aide and a Democratic communications strategist as part of his new leadership team at the studios' lobbying org.
Hollywood studios and record labels unveiled a landmark agreement with Internet providers for a system of "copyright alerts" in an effort to crack down on content piracy.
More than 50 venture capital investors in tech firms are opposing the Protect IP Act, a major piece of anti-piracy legislation targeted at websites devoted to trafficking in infringing content that…
An engagingly offbeat comedy that respects its characters too much to push too hard for easy laugh.