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Warner is sued on the 8 billion – if not the ghosts are
"Warner is sued on the 8 billion – if not the ghosts are"

"A writer is suing Warner Bros. in eight billion."

"Now forced the film studio to prove that ghosts are real."

"And the author claims to have an ace up his sleeve."

"Warner Bros sued once again for its skräckfilmserie ”The Conjuring”, this time by the author Gerald Brittle, who claims that the rights to the couple, Ed and Lorraine Warrens spooky experience that is the basis for ”The Conjuring” and ”Annabelle”films are his via a deal he made with Lorraine Warren in his book ”The demonologist” from 1980."

"Now he demands the film studio at eight billion, as well as the upcoming ”Annabelle 2” is stopped, writes the Hollywood Reporter."

"Requires that the sequel will be stopped"

"He and his attorney writes in the lawsuit that it ”is extremely difficult to believe that a large conglomerate like Warner Brothers with their army of lawyers and specialised in intellectual property rights would not have known the book ’The Demonologist’ and the rights around it'."

"Brittle should have tried to stop the film studio before the release of ”The Conjuring 2”, then they should have responded with that the film is not based on the Brittles of the book, but on the ”historical facts”. But Brittle mean that he has an ace up its sleeve. He says that he himself since he wrote the book opened my eyes to the stories are not true."

"”of Lorraine and Ed Warrens accounts of what happened in the reports from the Perronfarmen, as a defendant, claiming that ’The Conjuring’ is based on, does not tally with historical facts. This is part of the several years of lies from the couple's Warren. There are no historical facts that a witch should have been on the Perronfarmen, that a witch should be hung, become obsessed with, worshipped Satan or sacrificed children”."

"Now then, Warner prove that ghosts exist, or that they are not known to ”The Demonologist”, something a tweet from the film producer James Wan from 30 november 2011 to rebut:"

"”I look at and read many creepy stories. But the phase, ’The demonologist’, the true story of Ed and Lorraine Warren, is the scariest book I've read”."

"Warner has declined to comment on the matter to the Hollywood Reporter and says that they have not received any stämningsanökan than."

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