New Evidence in Stolen Script Lawsuit Over "Trouble with the Curve"
Putting some increased pressure on the film's screenwriters, new evidence claims that the script for "Trouble with the Curve" was stolen from another writer.
According to Ryan Brooks, Randy Brown stole the piece entitled, "Omaha" and renamed it before it got picked up for the big screen.
In the film starring Clint Eastwood, an ailing baseball scout in his twilight years takes his daughter along for one last recruiting trip.
Though Brown insists he wrote it back in 1997, Brooks hired a team of forensics experts and asserts that the floppy disks have clear signs of manipulation.
One of the disks has a folder named "Trouble w/ Curve" that was created in 1993, which contradicts Brown's claim that he came up with the idea in 1996. Stay linked to GossipCenter to see how the case plays out.
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