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  • Ted Sarandos says Netflix to spend more on original content

    Ted Sarandos says Netflix to spend more on original content

    Netflix may have experienced slower than expected subscriber growth in the second quarter, but that won’t stop it from putting money where its streaming mouth is. During an appearance at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Beverly Hills on Wednesday, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos...

  • 'Gilmore Girls' reboot will be home in time for Thanksgiving

    'Gilmore Girls' reboot will be home in time for Thanksgiving

    It’s the jolt of news that has “Gilmore Girls” fans more wired than if they had just sipped coffee from Luke’s Diner: a premiere date for the revival has at long last been announced.  “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” will premiere globally on Netflix  on Nov. 25 — making the four 90-minute chapters...

  • Piracy sites tempt users with free movies as malware lies in wait, report says

    Piracy sites tempt users with free movies as malware lies in wait, report says

    Advocates have tried just about everything to protect Hollywood intellectual property. But attempts at legislation have floundered, and persuading people to give up illegal downloads has proved a Sisyphean task.  Now activists are trying a new tactic — appealing to people’s fears by pointing out...

  • How, exactly, did Dave Franco become our favorite Franco?

    How, exactly, did Dave Franco become our favorite Franco?

    For a long time, Dave Franco didn’t want to have anything to do with his brother. James Franco, who is so artistically prolific it’s literally a joke, would always ask his younger sibling to work on films with him. But Dave always shut the idea down. “As much as I do love him and respect him, I’ve...

  • Tony Joe White brings Louisiana swamp rock to the Grammy Museum

    Tony Joe White brings Louisiana swamp rock to the Grammy Museum

    Singer, songwriter and mystical mood conjurer Tony Joe White brought his swamp-rooted music and mind-set to the Grammy Museum on Monday for a Q&A session and performance that ultimately turned into one of the rowdier events staged in the often sedate environs of the museum’s Clive Davis Theater....

  • Spirit musician's estate to appeal ruling in Led Zeppelin 'Stairway to Heaven' case

    Spirit musician's estate to appeal ruling in Led Zeppelin 'Stairway to Heaven' case

    The estate of musician Randy California, of L.A. rock band Spirit, intends to appeal the jury verdict last month that found that Led Zeppelin did not lift music that formed the basis for the group’s hit “Stairway to Heaven” from an earlier Spirit instrumental, “Taurus,” court documents show. The...

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