prowl123 wrote:Hay Ryder! The movie is two years old. You should have come out earlier!
Oh you wacky kids thinking lawsuits can just be put together over night.
Good point that many forget, (or don't know how the legal aspects work).
When going after someone like cameron or his production company , thes things take time. Alo of time. Lawyers ussualy always make sure they have a strong case before making it public. Cause if all your ducks aren't in a row and false acusations are made, the big dogs could easily come after their clients. Slander is a very serious offence. In this case if Ryder can't prove his case, then you can kiss his career as a movie writer good bye as no one in the industry would want to higher him since he would be known as the sue happy guy. So yes, when going after the big dogs in movie making, you better make sure your case is strong.