Hollywood Docket: Bergstein gets 'Nailed'; appeals court backs Seinfeld; porn vs. piracy

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Hollywood Docket: Bergstein gets 'Nailed'; appeals court backs Seinfeld; porn vs. piracy

Thu Apr 29, 2010 @ 11:59AM PST

  • Kim Masters at the Daily Beast goes after THR, Esq. favorite David Bergstein in a piece called "Hollywood's Biggest Hustler." Masters follows the path of the troubled Bergstein-backed comedy "Nailed" through Hollywood purgatory.  [TDB]
  • On May 3, the British Columbia Securities Commission will hear Lionsgate's appeal of a decision to annul its proposed poison pill defense. [THR]
  • The DGA will begin formal negotiations with the AMPTP over a new contract in November. [DGA] 
  • The porn industry has posted two public service announcements showing actors in adult entertainment decrying piracy. [Copyrights&Campaigns] Here's one of them... 

  

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