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Stranger things-the creators accused of stealing

the Thing seems to be on the way to a courtroom in the beginning of may, when a judge of the supreme court in Los Angeles has denied the brothers a so-called su

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Stranger things-the creators accused of stealing

the Thing seems to be on the way to a courtroom in the beginning of may, when a judge of the supreme court in Los Angeles has denied the brothers a so-called summary trial, writes The Hollywood Reporter.

the Victim, Charlie Kessler claims that ”Stranger things” is based on his script ”The Montauk project”, which he told you about the brothers Duffer when the three met at the film festival Tribeca 2014.

on their side, that they never entered into an agreement with Kessler, and that his ideas were not sufficiently unique to be copyrighted.

Charlie Kessler and his legal representative demanding that Kessler be attributed to a producentroll and that he also has the right to one-third of the show's revenue.

– the Brothers Duffer has our full support. These accusations are baseless, and we look forward to confirming when all the facts are presented in a courtroom, " says a spokesperson for Netflix, which produces the ”Stranger things”.

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