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Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers Biopic With Jamie Bell & Margaret Qualley Dances To The EFM With Black Bear, 30West, UTA & ‘La La Land’ Producer
- EXCLUSIVE: Black Bear International has launched international sales on Fred & Ginger, the musical about the passionate and explosive relationship between Hollywood dance legends, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. The project was formerly set up at Amazon but is hitting the open market with Black Bear and financier 30West (The Triangle Of Sadness) now aboard. UTA Independent Film Group […]
UPDATE 2-Netflix dismisses lawsuit against the creators of 'The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical'
Netflix Inc dropped its lawsuit against the creators of "The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical" after reaching a settlement, according to person familiar with the matter. The streaming service filed a copyright infringement suit against Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear in Washington in late July, three days after a sold-out performance of "The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical" in the U.S. capital's Kennedy Center. Netflix disclosed in documents filed Friday in federal district court that it had dismisseThanks for your feedback!
‘Bridgerton The Musical’ Lawsuit Tossed By Netflix As UK Performances Of Live Show Cancelled – Update
UPDATE, 6:27 PM: “There is nothing on Earth quite so envied as a diamond,” says Lady Whistledown in the first season of Netflix and Shonda Rhimes’ blockbuster Bridgerton. The Julie Andrews voiced character is rarely wrong, but she might want to recognize the value of an avoided legal action also. To that, the scheduled performance of […]Thanks for your feedback!
Netflix Settles Copyright Lawsuit Over ‘Unofficial Bridgerton Musical’
Netflix has settled a copyright lawsuit that it had filed against the creators of “The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical.” The streaming service dismissed the suit on Friday against Emily Bear and Abigail Barlow, the creators of the musical. Though the court filing did not say so, a source confirmed that the suit was in fact settled. […]Thanks for your feedback!
Netflix's lawsuit against the 'Bridgerton Musical' could change online fandom
Early last year, the songwriting duo started penning impressive ballads about the popular Netflix show for fun, posting them on TikTok. If this project has been gaining steam for over a year, why would Netflix sue now? Based on novels by Julia Quinn, "Bridgerton" has shattered viewership records for Netflix originals.Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentRockford Register Star
Netflix sues Rockford native, Grammy winner Emily Bear for 'Bridgerton' infringement
Rockford native Emily Bear and her writing partner, Abigail Barlow, are being sued by Netflix for staging shows of "Unofficial Bridgerton Musical."Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentTown & Country
Netflix Settles Copyright Lawsuit With the Bridgerton Musical Creators
Netflix is taking the writers of the unofficial, Grammy-winning Bridgerton musical to court for infringement.Thanks for your feedback!
Netflix is suing the creators of an unofficial 'Bridgerton' musical, Shonda Rhimes says 'fun celebration' has turned into 'blatant taking of intellectual property'
Netflix filed for copyright infringement after creators Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear put on a live performance at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentConsequence of Sound
Netflix Sues The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical Creators for Copyright Infringement
Producer Shonda Rhimes and Bridgerton author Julia Quinn are both supportive of the lawsuit. Netflix Sues The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical Creators for Copyright Infringement Glenn RowleyThanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentLA Times
'The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical' is officially being sued
It hit No. 1 on iTunes. It won historic awards. It drew the admiration of the creator and the streamer of the show on which it was based. And then it went too far, says Netflix. Now the streamer is suing the makers of "The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical."Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentThe Hollywood Reporter
Netflix Sues Co-Creators of ‘The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical’ Over “For-Profit” Performances
Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear are being sued by Netflix for staging “for-profit” performances of their Grammy-winning Unofficial Bridgerton Musical. In a lawsuit filed on Friday to a D.C. District Court, the streamer alleges that the duo and their company Barlow & Bear have profited off of “valuable intellectual property from the Netflix original series […]Thanks for your feedback!