Get Your Own Chella; Coachella Wins Preliminary Injunction Against Film Festival “Filmchella”

On Tuesday, organizers of the Coachella music festival won a court order against an upstart movie festival using the name "Filmchella." U.S. District Judge Gary...

Father of JonBenét Ramsey Suing CBS Over TV Series

The father of JonBenét Ramsey -- the child beauty pageant winner who was found dead inside her parents' Colorado home in 1996 -- filed a lawsuit...

Good Luck With That; Joey Badass Defends Bad Acts with Assumption of Risk Defense

Trump impersonator, Phillip Wilburn, sued Joey Badass after being pushed off a stage at an MTV event. TMZ reports Joey Badass clapped back with...

Did Detectives Take Advantage of Brendan Dassey? Judges are Split in ‘Making a Murderer’...

Earlier this year, Brendan Dassey of the Netflix documentary series “Making a Murderer,” won his case in a federal court of appeals which upheld...

Defamation Case Against VH-1; Viacom Over TLC Biopic Moves Forward

On Friday, a federal judge in Georgia denied a bid from media conglomerate Viacom to reconsider summary judgment in a defamation case brought against them by...

Pablo Escobar’s Brother Demands $1 Billion from Netflix for ‘Narcos’

Critically acclaimed Netflix series Narcos -- which details the rise and fall of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar -- is under some fire. In September of...

UPDATE: 50 Cent and Starz Win ‘Power’ Copyright Lawsuit

On Sept. 18, U.S. District Judge Manuel Real granted hip-hop mogul 50 Cent's (born Curtis Jackson III) request to dismiss a lawsuit claiming he ripped...

Another Day Another Dollar: The Kevin Hart Extortion Scandal Heats Up!

Kevin Hart's luck with women has completely run out. Hart somehow found time between managing his career, taking care of his pregnant wife, ex-wife,...

Don’t Be Cruel TVOne! Bobby Brown Sues Over Made-For-TV Movie

Dubbed by the late Whitney Houston as the "King of R&B", Singer Bobby Brown filed a complaint against TVOne in federal court on September...

Poop in a Bucket; Proposed Settlement Submitted in Paramount Pictures Fair Wages Case

Paramount Pictures offered $700,000 to settle a case with disgruntled employees. Four parking production assistants (PPA's) filed suit against Paramount under three separate statutes....