Global pop icon Ariana Grande is used to having camera flashes exploding all around her, especially during musical performances.
Readers of our entertainment law blogs who are football fans obviously know what we’re alluding to at The Law Offices of Barry K. Rothman when we refer to the Big Game. That 50-year-plus annual American spectacle is more commonly termed the Super Bowl. Legions of Los Angeles area residents are likely taking a special interest in the game this year, with the LA Rams vying for the title.
Let’s run down what is presently going on in the so-called entertainment realm of streaming and what will likely occur during 2019.
If you’re a pop music fan, you undoubtedly know Fleetwood Mac. Stemming back half a century, the music authored by that rock group’s varying configurations has influenced generations of listeners and sold scores of millions of records.
According to CrossFit, a fitness regimen company with thousands of workout facilities spanning the country, its sponsorship and licensing agreement inked with Reebok in 2010 went quite well for a few years.
It’s hard to say whether legendary rock star Steven Tyler has ever written a song entitled, “Been There, Done That.”
A recent national news profile terms the life of James Brown -- the famed Godfather of Soul -- "a bit messy" for a number of highly chronicled reasons.
In the two corners of a Hollywood dispute is a pair of heavyweights: the largest DVD rental firm in the U.S., Redbox, and the much, much bigger Walt Disney Co.; a colossus so large that it recently announced that it plans to gobble up much of 21st Century Fox for $52.4 billion.
Student athletes who play football for the Ohio State Buckeyes know what it's like to be accorded superstar status on a campus where the gridiron is almost a church of sorts.
Lonzo Ball and his Big Baller Brand have something in common: neither has appeared on an NBA court in a game that counts. For Lonzo, it's just a matter of time until the Los Angeles Lakers are led onto the hardwood by their prized rookie. It's assumed that his first step into the league will be with feet decked out in this Big Baller brand shoes.