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  • February 27, 2024

    Amazon Hit With Copyright Suit Over 'Road House' Reboot

    The writer behind the 1989 movie "Road House" sued Amazon Studios LLC on Tuesday in California federal court, alleging the company ignored his copyright for the screenplay and rushed to finish the movie before the rights reverted to him by using artificial intelligence.

  • February 27, 2024

    WWE Says Deal To End Rival's Antitrust Suit Was Worth $20M

    World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. on Tuesday disclosed details of a settlement ending rival MLW Media LLC's lawsuit accusing the entertainment giant of monopolizing pro wrestling broadcasts in the U.S., saying in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that the December deal was worth $20 million.

  • February 27, 2024

    Eagles Rocker Testifies His Draft Lyrics Were Stolen, Hawked

    Eagles singer and lyricist Don Henley took the stand this week in the criminal case against three men who allegedly tried to sell what prosecutors say were the rock star's stolen draft lyric sheets, telling a state judge he never wanted anyone to see his creative "detritus."

  • February 27, 2024

    Supertramp Co-Founder Didn't Breach Royalty Deal, Jury Says

    A California federal jury on Tuesday found that Supertramp's co-founder did not breach a 1977 agreement to share his songwriting royalties with three former band members, ending a weeklong trial that revealed decades of resentment between the aging rockers who were one of the biggest bands of the late 1970s.

  • February 27, 2024

    Ye Stole Donna Summer's 1977 Hit In New Song, Estate Says

    Donna Summer's estate sued rappers Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign in California federal court Tuesday accusing them of sampling, without permission, the late legendary disco singer's 1977 hit "I Feel Love" in their collaborative track "Good (Don't Die)," which is featured on their joint album, "Vultures 1."

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