Missing Ana De Armas So Much You Sue | A Look at the "Yesterday" Lawsuit (VL613)-1
Do you love the work of Hollywood star Ana De Armas? Probably not as much as some, it would appear, as two plaintiffs have filed a class action lawsuit alleging false advertising against Universal Pictures and its film "Yesterday", primarily for not including the talented actress in the film.
But does a trailer really "represent and warrant" aspects of a final product motion picture, and what would it mean for the industry (and others) if it did?
It's both Yesterday's Enterprise and a star trek...in Virtual Legality.
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02:05 Plaintiffs Missing Ana De Armas
06:35 Lawsuit Overview
20:17 Counts and Statutes
30:23 A Trip to the Amazon
Discussed in this episode:
"Lawsuit Claims Universal Duped Ana de Armas Fans Into Watching ‘Yesterday’"
The Hollywood Reporter - January 21, 2022
"Conor Woulfe v. Universal City Studios LLC"
Filed January 21, 2022
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