Breaking Dawn Hacker
August 2, 2011 by Post Team
Breaking Dawn Hacker, Last spring, the producers of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn begged fans not to “view or transmit” images that leaked online of the unfinished film (which included much anticipated scenes, like Bella and Edward in bed) and described themselves as “very distressed”.
But perhaps you can now rest easy in a legal action? Summit Entertainment released a press release today that identifies the alleged “hacker” principle: “Civil actions in the United States and Argentina, the name of Daiana Santia, along with others, being involved in the theft of photographs, images and unfinished video of both sides of the still unpublished The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, which first appeared online on March 31 this year, “said the statement, will say that the prosecution in Argentina also has been filed.
“While I appreciate the legions of committed fans of the franchise and encourage them to create online community can not ignore that the property was stolen,” said David C. Friedman, executive vice president and general counsel of entertainment to the Summit. “It’s unfair that most fans want to see the last chapter of the franchise Twilight Saga full cast and filmmaker and production team to have these images out and is available on the Internet.”
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