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Citing that the plaintiff has signed an agreement stating only courts in New York could hear any disputes that arose from her appearance, Alabama Supreme Court overruled the lawsuit against 'Borat'.
An unidentified New York resident featured in hit mockumentary comedy "Borat" has filed a lawsuit against 20th Century Fox over an embarrassing scene in the movie.
The Weinstein Company will adapt Matthew M. Quick's upcoming graphic novel "The Silver Linings Playbook" to the big screen.
Director Eli Roth has claimed that "Hostel" franchise will not have its third installment.
Writer/co-director Frank Miller has informed that "Sin City 2" is still on the run to be made but not after "The Spirit" and "Barbarella."
Avi Lerner's Millennium Films is setting up a big screen features about mythological Greek hero Hercules with Sean Hood penning the script.
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" was chosen as Best Movie with its star Johnny Depp being bestowed the Best Performance trophy.
A Los Angeles judge has granted request from the 20th Century Fox to scuttle the fraud lawsuit filed by two fraternity brothers who alleged to be duped in making improper remarks in "Borat."
Rupert Murdoch has revealed that a sequel to "Borat" is going to be made which was denied by both News Corp. spokesman and sources close to Sacha Baron Cohen.
"United 93" was named the Best Film with Daniel Craig and Judi Dench being crowned Best Actor and Actress, respectively.
An Israeli funnyman named Dovale Glickman plans to sue "Borat" for copyright infringement on catchphrase.
Included in the list were Sacha Baron Cohen, Martin Scorsese, Alec Baldwin, and Letters from Iwo Jima.