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Submitted by timmyp53 979d ago | news

‘Machete’ Producers Sue To Kill Robert Rodriguez’s Sequel

DL: Overnight Productions today said it wants to cut ties with Robert Rodriguez’s Quick Draw Productions over the rights to Machete Kills. If successful, the court action could stop the release of the film – which Open Road acquired for distribution from Quick Draw last month. The complaint filed Tuesday (read it here), the producers of 2010’s Machete are seeking to terminate the April 2012 agreement in which they granted director/producer Rodriguez the rights to make another action movie about the rogue Mexican Federale. The rights would revert back to Rick Schwartz’s Overnight. The plaintiffs are seeking $2 million in damages (Cinema, Machete Kills, Quick Draw)

StarWarsFan  +   978d ago
I wouldn't mind this movie being cancelled. It would be like a miracle.
MinimeJer05  +   978d ago
Hopefully this film sees the light of day.

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