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Mark Boal reportedly is pushing forward with the action thrilled project he's been working with director Kathryn Bigelow about the hunt for the Al-Qaeda leader.
Master Sergeant Jeffrey Sarver, a U.S. army veteran, has filed a lawsuit against the producers as the film's scenes contradict proper action and leads his friends to question his abilities.
'It is apparent from a review of the film that it is not about Plaintiff. It is a fictional work,' bosses behind the film stated as they launched a motion against Master Sergeant Jeffrey Sarver.
U.S. Army bomb disposal expert, Master Sergeant Jeffrey Sarver, who claimed the film is based on his experiences, is given the OK to sue the flick's moviemakers.
Their romantic date goes awry when the comedian asks the actress' help to disarm an 'improvised explosive device' in his pants.
'The Hurt Locker' collects the most awards at the ceremony, taking the coveted prizes for Best Picture and Best Director categories.
The Iraq war drama leads the current pack of winners with four gongs, grabbing the latest one for Best Editing category which is presented to Bob Murawski and Chriss Innis.
The movie directed by Kathryn Bigelow wins two more coveted awards, earning a total of three gongs so far.
The Kathryn Bigelow-directed movie wins Best Original Song, while 'Crazy Heart' soundtrack is named Best Original Song.
Because he has violated the rules of Academy Awards by sending email to Academy members urging them to vote for his movie, producer of 'The Hurt Locker' has been banned from the March 7 event.
The Kathryn Bigelow-directed movie takes home six kudos, including Best Film and Best Director, followed by 'Avatar', 'Up' and 'The Young Victoria' with two gongs each.
The Iraq-set action movie and the George Clooney-starring drama comedy film are joined by 'Mad Men' and '30 Rock', which win big in TV categories.