Cameron won the last claim for plagiarism "Avatar"
Well-known South American Director James Cameron won a court last 3 lawsuits challenging the copyright to the images and the plot of the movie "Avatar", says The Hollywood Reporter.
The Tribunal Maryland found to be without merit of the complaint writer Bryant Moore, who claimed that the Studio Lightstorm Entertainment, based Cameron, was used in creating the picture previously prescribed scenario. Taking into account the opinion of the court, in the works Moore little similarity with the scenario of "Avatar". In addition, the Director was able to provide the court with irrefutable proof of the uniqueness of the process of working on the script of the movie.
Bryant Moore, specializing in science fiction, said that during the creation of "Avatar" is Cameron used its scenario 2 - "the bubble " (Aquatica) and "Descendants: pollination" (Descendants: The Pollination), which were taken as General ideas, and stories of individual points. Moore demanded to compensate the flow of funds in the amount of $ 1.5 billion and to impose on the infringer a fine of 1 billion dollars.
The process was the last of the 3 filed against the Director and his Studio in consequence of the plot of the movie Avatar. Previously, the Tribunal rejected the claims of the authors Gerald Moravian and Eric Rider.
"Avatar", shot in three-dimensional format, became a sensation in the world in 2010. "Avatar" became the highest grossing film in the history of cinema. The creative team of the tape won 3 most prestigious film award "Oscar". Cameron hopes to secure the triumph off 2 continue cynobacteria.