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June 2013 Archives

Jay-Z inks contract to distribute new album to smartphone owners

As many entertainment industry professionals in Los Angeles know, smartphones are a game-changer for many traditional media companies. Users read the news, check up on tabloids, listen to music and even stream television shows and movies on their phones. Consequently, they are using desktop computers, laptops and traditional television sets less and less.This has prompted many companies, from Facebook to the big networks, to scramble in an attempt to capture these users.

Sheen gets co-star fired, but she has a contract. What to do?

As Los Angeles readers may have heard, Charlie Sheen recently arranged to have Selma Blair fired from "Anger Management," the FX show which in which they both star and Sheen produces. The gossip is that Blair grew tired of Sheen's erratic work habits and complained about it to the show's other producers, prompting Sheen to retaliate.

Estate of iconic monster actor sues over use of image

Lon Chaney Jr. became a Hollywood icon by playing some of the most famous ghouls ever to lurch across movie screens, including Frankenstein's Monster, the Wolf Man and The Mummy. His films, most of which premiered in the 1930s and 1940s, are considered to be some of the finest and most classic examples of monster movies ever produced during Hollywood's Golden Era.

In L.A. Court, family of famous monster ac

Lon Chaney Jr. became a Hollywood icon by playing some of the most famous ghouls ever to lurch across movie screens, including Frankenstein's Monster, the Wolf Man and The Mummy. His films, most of which premiered in the 1930s and 1940s, are considered to be some of the finest and most classic examples of monster movies ever produced during Hollywood's Golden Era.