The Fast And Furious Franchise Lawsuit Is Finally Over

by Jeremy Spirogis
The Fast And Furious Franchise Lawsuit Is Finally Over

In case you weren’t preserving shut tabs on this spherical of Fast & Furious drama, the lawsuit, which was filed at Los Angeles Superior Court, alleged that Universal was in breach of oral contract and dedicated promissory fraud when it eliminated Neal Moritz from Hobbs & Shaw. Moritz demanded that he both be reinstated as lead producer on the spinoff or be paid out “tens of tens of millions of {dollars} in damages in misplaced compensation.” Universal reportedly tried to work out a cope with Moritz, “a protracted, torturous historical past

Leave a Comment