A federal appellate court found no "substantial similarity" to comic creator Jazan Wild's “Carnival of Souls” and the fourth season of "Heroes," upholding a lower court's dismissal of Wild's $60…
Stephen Gyllenhaal's highly improbable laffer about a Seattle city council election in which a single-issue candidate with no experience, no job and no supporters unexpectedly becomes a grassroots…
ABC said it stands to waste $16 million in promotion costs if a federal judge grants CBS a temporary restraining order halting production on the Alphabet's new reality series "Glass House" on the…
A federal appeals court has affirmed a ruling in favor of Warner Bros. in the copyright infringement case involving the studio's 2006 feature "We Are Marshall" and the 2000 documentary "Ashes to…
Rock and jazz photographer Jim Marshall died in his sleep Tuesday. Cause of death was unknown. He was 74.
Universal has won a racial discrimination suit filed by the federal government. In a ruling issued Thursday in Los Angeles by federal court Judge Gary Allen Feess, the court backed up U's contention…
Chalk one up for the little guy. Warner Bros. Pictures has agreed to pay a Georgia-based producer at least $17.5 million for infringing on the copyright to his even-more-obscure 1974 United Artists…