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Dan Aykroyd, wive Donna Dixon and family participated in the festivities at the Los Angeles premiere of Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters presented by Columbia Pictures in association with Village Roadshow Pictures at TCL Chinese Theatre

Dan Aykroyd, wive Donna Dixon and family participated in the festivities at the Los Angeles premiere of Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters presented by Columbia Pictures in association with Village Roadshow Pictures at TCL Chinese Theatre

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‘Happy Birthday’ Copyright Case Ends with Settlement

A Los Angeles federal judge signed off today on a settlement of the copyright case involving "Happy Birthday" -- billed as the most recognized song in the English language -- and ordered that the ditty be placed in the public domain for use at no charge. 12:31 pm Read More

Reel To Real – The Hollywood Museum’s “Reel to Real: Portrayals and Perceptions of Gays in Hollywood” exhibition kicked off with a VIP reception

Pictured (from left): Mitch O'Farrell; Tony winner and screen legend Julie Newmar, the evening’s key speaker;  and Donelle Dadigan, founder/president of The Hollywood Museum The Hollywood Museum's “Reel to Real: Portrayals and Perceptions of Gays in Hollywood” exhibition, in conjunction with Los Angeles Council member Mitch O’Farrell, kicked off with a VIP reception at the historic Max Factor building. Now on view through July 20, the exhibition showcases the artistic expression of the LGBT culture and its transformative impact on the world through the entertainment industry. By offering a historic perspective spanning 100 years from silent films to today's films, TV shows, and digital platforms, the exhibit revisits historic LGBT moments in Los Angeles’ history, including the Black Cat riots (1967), the infamous sign that once hung at the entrance of West Hollywood's Barney's Beanery, and costumes from Transparent, The Danish Girl, RuPaul's Drag Race and other shows.  Pictured (from left): Mitch O'Farrell; Tony winner and screen legend Julie Newmar, the evening’s key speaker;  and Donelle Dadigan, founder/president of The Hollywood Museum. For information, visit: www.TheHollywoodMuseum.com. 3:55 pm Read More