A low-budget anti-Muslim film that sparked violence in the Middle East and death threats to the actors involved was compared with the likes of “Titanic” and “The Lord of the Rings” in a federal appeals court Monday.
Victor Henderson claims he helped to create the “Brooks Avenue Painting” on the building at Brooks and Pacific avenues in 1969, and was not consulted before its destruction.
It was a caffeine-charged Hollywood whodunit: Just whose bright idea was the “Dumb Starbucks” coffee shop that popped up and started serving free drinks from the corner of an otherwise uncelebrated strip mall.
Court rulings this week cast doubt over the future of California’s $68 billion high-speed rail plan and serve as a reminder of the biggest question facing the project.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill requiring state officials to give journalists five days’ notice before they issue subpoenas for telephone records.
Robin Thicke is asking a federal judge to determine his song “Blurred Lines” doesn’t copy from elements of two other songs.
Romney looks to come back from 47% don’t pay taxes remarks and attacks on China trade. But Romney has so many vulnerabilities on China it is hard to understand why he would pick this issue.
The MPAA says Zediva claims it is like a brick-and-mortar DVD “rental” store and therefore not obligated to pay licensing fees to copyright holders.