The more than $10 million breach of contract lawsuit just filed over the 2018 Melissa McCarthy starrer Life of the Party may prove a party pooper for the Ghostbusters actress, Warner Bros , director Ben Falcone , the Gersh Agency, agent Sean Barclay, and Brett Ratner and his RatPac banner. "Plaintiff formally pitched the Concepts to the Gersh Defendants in 2014, and was informed that the Concepts had significant commercial likelihood of success," a jury-seeking suit filed Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court says. "At this meeting, the script, ideas, story and treatment referred to herein were discussed and presented to the Gersh Defendants, and details were further discussed at length," adds the five-claim complaint ( read it here ). Related Story Deadline Now: The Best And Worst From Donald Trump’s ABC Town Hall And What It Means For The President’s First Debate With Joe Biden Produced by New Line, which is also named as a defendant, and distributed by Warner Bros, the feature comedy was released in May 2018 and went on to garner a global box office of around $66 million. The film also snagged a People's Choice Award for McCarthy that year. Providing a breakdown rare in… Read full this story
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