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Writers Accuse Spike Jonze Of Stealing Their Script Concept For "Her"

Aedan Juvet | PopWrapped Author

Aedan Juvet

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08/16/2014 3:38 am
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Writers Accuse Spike Jonze Of Stealing Their Script Concept For
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Aedan Juvet Staff Writer @AedanJuvet

Spike Jonze may be facing quite some trouble over his latest Oscar nominated film starring Joaquin Phoenix. Her, directed, produced, and written by Jonze, is now facing a new lawsuit for supposedly being all too similar to another script. Filing papers obtained by TMZ claim that Sachin Gadh and Jonathan Sender believe the film to be based off of a script they wrote years ago for a film called Belv. They say that they pitched the idea to Creative Artists Agency, a talent agency representing Jonze as well as other A-Listers. Belv is currently being marketed as The Belv Show, and is centered on a cell phone that has been programmed with more intellectual abilities, and accompanies a lead character with a not so great love life. TMZ adds that Sender and Gadh were upset with the main character in Her finding love with a portable computer, finding the similarities to be extremely obvious. Jonze has not commented on the accusations as of yet. Check out the trailers below and draw your own conclusions on the comparison! [embed]http://http://vimeo.com/59302835[/embed] [embed]http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QRvTv_tpw0[/embed]

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