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Exorcist Author Sues Warner Bros

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William Peter Blatty, author of The Exorcist, is suing Warner Brothers for holding out on profits from the film.

The studio will not account for how much the movie grossed, but reports have surfaced the the film made $400 million at the box office worldwide.

Blatty is asking the judge to force Warner Bros. to give him an exact number. He is seeking unspecified damages.

And considering he won an Oscar for adapting the screenplay from his novel, he deserves it!

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6 comments to “Exorcist Author Sues Warner Bros”

  1. 1

    That is just the creepiest fucking thing ever.

  2. 2

    yeh thanks for posting that creepy pic bitch. cud u haqv at least givin a warning

  3. 3

    I was trying to call a friend in L.A. I went to school with (in Florida); there were only seven people in the directory with his name. Of course he was the last one. Amazingly five of the other six were people that worked in the film industry and everyone of the five (that work in various film industry jobs) started telling me how the studios owed them money (they thought someone in payroll was returning their calls/complaints).
    Alan Klein was an accountant in the early seventies that befriended the Beatles and Stones because he would do forensic audits and uncover the vast amounts of money the record companies owed them…apparently some aspects of the business never change.

  4. 4

    he's spewing pea soup as we speak

  5. 5

    omg i jumped wen i saw this!! lol but the dollar signs made it a little scary LOLOL

  6. 6

    Hands Down Scariest fucking movie EVER. Not even something to joke about. Pretty shitty for the studio to Not pay him his compensation for Not only WRITING the book, but writing their screenplay, therefore lining their pockets (they even rereleased it just over a decade ago). If they don't pay up, I will go to law school, become a lawyer & sue them on his behalf. And then I will sue them again for releasing a movie that caused psychological trauma when I saw it as a child. I will then start a Class Action suit on behalf of ALL PEOPLE who suffered same said trauma. They better pay him or beware.