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Welcome! The Wenzlau Law Group focuses on a number of practices that hold great value for its clients' needs, including entertainment, bankruptcy, taxation, and immigration.

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‘League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen’ To Be Rebooted By Fox
Posted on Tuesday May 26, 2015

20th Century Fox is taking another stab at turning Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen into a film franchise, it was reported today. The studio is producing a new film based on the influential graphic novel series, to be overseen by Ira Napoliello and Matt Reilly, and produced by John Davis of Davis Entertainment. The graphic novel series was previously adapted to film by Fox in 2003. That movie debuted at number 2 behind the first Pirates…

Jimmy Smits To Star In Baz Luhrmann’s Netflix Music Drama ‘The Get Down’
Posted on Tuesday May 26, 2015

Jimmy Smits has been tapped for a key role in Baz Luhrmann's music-driven drama for Netflix The Get Down. Set in 1970s New York City, the series — a long-time passion project for Luhrmann — revolves around a ragtag crew of South Bronx teenagers who are wild in the streets — nothings and nobodies with no one to shelter them, except one another. Smits will play Francisco Cruz, aka “Papa Fuerte,” a South Bronx political boss who delivers services the City fails to provide &ndash…

New ABC Drama ‘Oil’ Recasts 2 Roles
Posted on Tuesday May 26, 2015

Add Sunday drama Oil to the list of newly picked-up ABC/ABC Studios drama series that will be undergoing recasting. Toplned by Don Johnson and Chace Crawford, the series examines the biggest oil discovery in American history, which has triggered a geopolitical shift and an economic boom in North Dakota on a scale not seen since the 1849 California Gold Rush. The series will be recasting two series regular characters played in the pilot by Caitlin Carver and Yani…

‘Aquarius’ Review: David Duchovny Dominates In Manson-Era Drama
Posted on Tuesday May 26, 2015

Debuting on May 28, NBC's Aquarius really is a case of the more things change, the more they stay the same. Despite its entire 13-episode season going up on the network's website for four weeks, Netflix-style, and despite the 1960s-set John McNamara-created show's storyline of the real-life rise of the murderous Charles Manson, Aquarius, as my video review above says, is at its heart a damn good network cop drama. It takes awhile to achieve liftoff but is on a solid…

‘Tomorrowland’ Slightly Better In Actuals, But Memorial Day Frame Was Still A Downer – Tuesday B.O. Update
Posted on Tuesday May 26, 2015

6th UPDATE, Tuesday 4:15 PM: Disney’s Tomorrowland came in slightly higher than what was reported with $42.679M for the 4-day. With a global weekend of $74.7M, the B.O. for Tomorrowland reps anywhere from 39% to 42% of its lofty $180M-$190M budget. Not a good start. Furthermore, among Memorial Day bows, it’s way down there. In fact it’s not that far above Disney’s Memorial day opening clunker Prince Of Persia: The Sands of Time, which opened to $37.8M, cost $200M, and…

 

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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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