For the second time in less than nine months, Blockbuster is opting to settle class action lawsuits filed against the retailer over its late fee charges.
Every time U.S. producers see executives from the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists sitting with SAG and AFTRA members across the bargaining table, ACTRA prexy Thor Bishopric…
Time plays tricks on special effects blockbusters, and Old Man Time isn't always kind to "Superman: The Movie," now in an expanded, digitally cleaned edition. Handsome DVD package includes eight…
ATG execs are mulling their options, legal and otherwise, after actress Linda Fiorentino dropped out of Tom Fontana's CBS drama pilot "Hudson's Law."
What did one political comic say to another about the George W. Bush presidency? "This may not be good for the country, but it's time for the country to take one for us comedians."
After months of threats, two regional video wholesale distributors filed an antitrust lawsuit Tuesday against Universal Studios and two other distributors alleging that the three are conspirators in…
Disney has agreed to pay $3 million to a small British music publisher for breaching copyright in the video release of "Fantasia." The settlement is a big reduction in the $200 million that Boosey…
Toronto-based Records on Wheels has settled its C$65 million ($42.1 million) lawsuit against the Canadian division of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment out of court for less than $65,000.
Records on Wheels, a small Toronto-based CD, video and DVD distributor, is suing the Canadian division of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment for C$65 million ($44.2 million) for refusing to do…
Breaking their silence in order to clarify an ambiguous end to their legal action against Internet Entertainment Group, a World Wide Web-based adult entertainment concern, Pamela Anderson Lee and…