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Welcome! The Wenzlau Law Group is an entertainment law firm, practicing in the the areas of music, film, television, and other entertainment arenas.

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Vue International Puts Saudi Arabia Plans On Hold In Wake Of Khashoggi Scandal
Posted on Tuesday October 23, 2018

Vue International, one of the world's leading exhibitors, is delaying plans to open 30 multiplexes in Saudi Arabia in the wake of the Jamal Khashoggi murder. Earlier this month, Deadline sources said multiple cinema chains were putting their plans on hold until they had more clarity on the situation. In an interview with The Guardian, Vue chief Tim Richards has now confirmed the company he founded has "delayed, but not pulled out. We are like a lot of leading companies…

Japan’s Naomi Kawase Game To Direct Official Tokyo 2020 Olympics Film
Posted on Tuesday October 23, 2018

Award-winning Japanese filmmaker Naomi Kawase has been appointed to helm the official film of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. The selection was made by the International Olympic Committee in collaboration with the Organizing Committee of the Games who review proposals from the host nation's top filmmaking talent. Kawase was chosen after close consultation among Tokyo 2020, Japanese film experts, international film experts and the Olympic Foundation for Culture and Heritage…

Intruder Who Broke Into Fox TV Station In D.C. Shot By Security Guard
Posted on Tuesday October 23, 2018

A Fox affilliate in the nation’s capital had no trouble coming up with a lead item for its newscasts tonight. A man who had made unspecified threats against Fox executives and police in the past broke through two locked glass front doors and was shot in the chest by a security guard at just past 3 PM ET. George Odemns, 38, of Northwest Washington, D.C., was in stable condition at a local hospital after the incident in the station’s lobby and has been charged with…

‘Charlie’s Angels’ Moves Back To November 2019, Cuffing Former ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Slot
Posted on Tuesday October 23, 2018

It’s Sony, Angels. We have a new date for you to go to work. The studio said tonight that its reboot of Charlie’s Angels now will open wide on November 1, 2019 — five weeks after its original date. If 11/1/19 sounds familiar, it’s because that’s the slot just vacated by Warner Bros’ superhero sequel Wonder Woman 1984. The nerdiest of veteran studio release-date watchers also might recognize that date: It’s the same weekend frame when the first Charlie’s Angels movie…

Streamy Awards: Kevin Hart’s ‘Cold As Balls’ Among Winners – Complete List
Posted on Tuesday October 23, 2018

We have the winners of the eighth annual Streamy Awards, which were doled out tonight at the Beverly Hilton and livestreamed on YouTube. The eponymous series from comedy quartet The Try Guys, who also hosted tonight’s trophy show, won the Audience Choice: Show of the Year prize, and Shane Dawson won the Audience Choice: Creator of the Year prize. Also among tonight’s winners was Kevin Hart’s Cold as Balls, in the Sports category. David Dobrik came into the night with a lea…

 

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What is Entertainment Law:

Entertainment Law is a specialty of law that deals with the services and products of entertainment-related professionals. Entertainment Law involves more than just actors, recording contracts, and films ... It actively involves the assessment and prediction of all types of entertainers as they daily carry out their business practices.

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