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Early returns on “The Lone Ranger” aren’t good. What will audiences think in 10 years? There was a time, a generation ago, when “bombs” would have been forgotten, doomed to occasional television airings or revival theater showings. (You kids can look up “revival theater.”) Now you can rent movies, record movies, watch movies at your leisure and do so over and over again.
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Paula Deen Hires Hollywood Power Lawyer Patty Glaser
Embattled celebrity chef Paula Deen is bringing in some Hollywood firepower in the wake of her N-word scandal. our editor recommends Tax Lawyer: Hollywood Needs Federal Incentives Now (Guest Column) Patricia Glaser, the litigator who handled Conan O’Brien’s exit from NBC and recently represented Keith Olbermann in his litigation with Current TV, has been hired to lead Deen’s legal team, a source confirms to The Hollywood Reporter . Glaser, a regular honoree on THR’s annual Power Lawyers list of the top entertainment attorneys in America, will not be representing Deen in the lawsuit filed by Lisa Jackson, a former manager of Uncle Bubba’s Seafood and Oyster House that Deen co-owns with her brother. Deen has parted ways with the Oliver Maner firm that was representing her in that case and has brought on Grace Speights, a Washington-based partner in Morgan Lewis’ employment practice. STORY: Alleged Paula Deen Extortionist Arrested Rather, Glaser and her Los Angeles-based firm will serve as overall counsel to Deen, managing any future legal dustups that might arise and handling her relationships with sponsors, most of whom dropped her after a deposition was made public in which Deen admitted to using the N-word decades ago. Glaser declined to comment. Besides being one of the top litigators in Hollywood, Glaser shares a Southern upbringing with her new client, having been raised in West Virginia.
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