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MOVIE LEGENDS REVEALED: Did Robin Williams' Character Originally Die In "Dead Poets Society"?

Learn whether the "O Captain! My Captain!" tributes to Robin Williams' character in the 1989 classic were originally meant to go with the character's death!

How Good Morning Vietnam Made Robin Williams a Movie Star

Robin Williams’ career in the movies spanned four decades and spawned a remarkable number of signature roles. It can be easy to forget that for several years, Williams, having already reached the pinnacle of stand-up and television...Show More Summary

Newswire: Thanks, Pharrell: Sales of Marvin Gaye’s “Got To Give It Up” are up 246 percent

Everything’s coming up Marvin Gaye lately. The late singer’s estate recently won a $7.3 million judgment against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams over supposed copyright infringement in their song “Blurred Lines,” and now the case has caused a marked uptick in sales for “Got To Give It Up,” the song Thicke and Williams ripped off. Show More Summary

Marvin Gaye's Children Release Statement on "Blurred Lines" Lawsuit

Recently, a jury ruled that Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams, and T.I.'s hit song "Blurred Lines" had copied Marvin Gaye's "Got to Give It Up". The jury awarded the Gaye family $7.4 million, and the Gaye family sought an injunction...Show More Summary

Unseen Photos of Robin Williams as a Mime in Central Park, 1974

In 1974, photographer Daniel Sorine photographed a couple of mimes performing in Central Park. 35 years later, he revisited the photos and realized he had captured a then-unknown Robin Williams. (via reddit)

T.I.'s Response to 'Blurred Lines' Case: 'I Will Be Exonerated' [VIDEO]

The “Blurred Lines” case has been a hot topic ever since the Marvin Gaye family won a $7.3 million judgment against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams. Now T.I. is caught in the legal crosshairs of the Gaye estate for his involvement in the hit song. Tip has recently spoke out about the case and feels he didn’t do anything wrong. Continue reading…

T.I. Isn't Worried About Blurred Lines Lawsuit With Marvin Gaye's Family! See What He Had To Say HERE!

Doesn't seem like he thinks he'll end up in the same boat as Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke. But that doesn't mean T.I. won't have to show up to court to defend himself! The rapper was recently named in a new lawsuit from Marvin Gaye's family who want the ruling judge to "correct" their decision to include [...]

Marvin Gaye’s family wants ‘Blurred Lines’ obliterated

Even thought the family of the late Marvin Gaye won a $7.4 million judgement against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams — plus recognition the two stars' "Blurred Lines" had infringed on Gaye's copyright for his '77 hit "Got to Give...Show More Summary

Robin Thicke Isn't Done With Blurred Lines Legal Battle — Legal Team Accuses Gaye Family Of 'Unfair Tactics' For Going After T.I.

Robin Thicke already had to pay $7.4 million to Marvin Gaye's family after a jury decided his and Pharrell Williams' hit Blurred Lines infringed on the copyright of Got To Give It Up. But this legal battle is far from over — and it looks like it's just getting dirtier! [ Related: Robin Thicke & Pharrell Williams [...]

Johannes Leonardo Celebrates Originality for Adidas with…Pharrell?

In a case of truly terrible timing, Johannes Leonardo released a new 30-second spot for Adidas celebrating the importance of originality with Pharrell Williams, less than two weeks after Williams, along with Robin Thicke, were ordered...Show More Summary

Video: SF Zoo Howler Monkeys 'Lincecum' And 'Robin Williams' Welcome Adorable New Baby

The San Francisco Zoo has a new resident, and he or she is very, very cute. [ more › ]

Nile Rodgers: 'Blurred Lines' Court Verdict 'Shocking'

LONDON (AP) — Musician Nile Rodgers says it is "shocking" that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke have been found guilty of plagiarism in the "Blurred Lines" court case, adding that he believed the song's composition was not at all like...Show More Summary

Pharrell Williams Says ‘Blurred Lines’ Ruling Handicaps Creators

Since the controversial "Blurred Lines" ruling, we've heard from Marvin Gaye's family and Robin Thicke, but not from his duet partner, Pharrell Williams. As you can imagine, he's not thrilled. Pharrell's now speaking out against the jury's decision, telling the Financial Times: "The verdict handicaps any creator out there who... More »

Newswire: Marvin Gaye’s family continues its quest to destroy anyone involved with “Blurred Lines”

Just a week after a judge ordered that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams have to pay $7.3 million to the family of Marvin Gaye due to the similarities between “Blurred Lines” and Gaye’s “Got To Give It Up,” Gaye’s family is going after...Show More Summary

Read An Open Letter From Marvin Gaye’s Children On The “Blurred Lines” Lawsuit

On March 10, a jury decided that the Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams hit “Blurred Lines” is similar enough to Marvin Gaye’s 1977 single “Got To Give It Up” to constitute copyright infringement. The Gaye family is being awarded $7.3 million in damages, and they are filing an injunction to halt all sales of “Blurred […]

Will The $7.3 Million “Blurred Lines” Verdict Kill Songwriting?

Robin Thicke, Pharrel Williams, and T.I. lost their copyright infringement lawsuit to the tune of owing over $7 million to the Gaye estate. If the verdict stands, what does that mean for songwriting as we know it? Guest Post by Bobby Owsinski on Music 3.0 Blog The jury awarded the...

Jermaine Dupri Says Ciara's 'I Bet' Is a Rip-Off of Usher's 'U Got It Bad'

After a California federal jury found Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams guilty of infringing on Marvin Gaye’s song “Got to Give It Up” with their hit “Blurred Lines,” songwriters and producers are worried about blurring the lines between “influence” and infringement. Show More Summary

Great, Now 'Blurred Lines' Has Ruined The Entire Music Industry

It was bad enough when Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams tried to ruin the summer of 2013 with their smug turd of a pop tune, “Blurred Lines.” But that was just one summer, and it was somewhat redeemed by Pharrell's other big 2013 collab, “Get Lucky.” Within a few months, we forgot what rhymes with “Hug me” and moved on.

Great, Now 'Blurred Lines' Has Ruined The Entire Music Industry

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

It was bad enough when Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams tried to ruin the summer of 2013 with their smug turd of a pop tune, “Blurred Lines.” But that was just one summer, and it was somewhat redeemed by Pharrell's other big 2013 collab, “Get Lucky.” Within a few months, we forgot what rhymes with “Hug me” and moved on.

The Blurred Lines Between Homage and Plagiarism

Ben Sisario, Jon Caramanica and Ben Ratliff discuss the “Blurred Lines” copyright trial, from the amazing Robin Thicke deposition to Pharrell Williams’s “bluegrass defense.”

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