Man claims ‘Hangover II’ stole his script

October 18, 2011 by staff 

Man claims 'Hangover II' stole his scriptMan claims ‘Hangover II’ stole his script, Part II hangover is causing all sorts of legal problems for Warner Bros. Back in April, tattoo artist S. Victor Whitmill sued the study of the use of a tattoo that Mike Tyson is designed to ODA, and later this summer a double Respondent major head injuries that ODA sustained during production. Now another lawsuit has appeared on the film, this time by a California resident named Michael Alan Rubin says the film was ripped from a script, written ODA on the basis of their own history.

Part of me wonders why Rubin wants to admit something, even if true, the AI ??of the characters in the film mostly jerks and presented as dumbass, AI, but the biggest part of me understands that the possibility of a financial arrangement is quite true fat claim. More details after the jump.

In the lawsuit it had filed last week, Rubin said that the plot of Hangover Part II was stolen from his own script about real life, while in the misadventures of a honeymoon in Asia. According to Rubin, he married a Japanese woman called Tamayo in 2007, and the two embarked on a trip to Thailand and Asia, where things quickly soured. The couple fought over Rubin, financial problems became protagonist and Tamayo at some point but refused to share a bed with Rubin. Then Rubin, the story will become the protagonist, he met a producer of Bollywood in India, who wanted to cast as the lead in films, and Rubin wrote a script called Mickey and Kirin based on their experiences with Tamayo. It is assumed that submitted a copy of the Writers Guild of America, and later learned from a friend on the draft Hangover Part II.

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