Man Says 'Hangover' Sequel Ripped Off His Life Story

Law360, New York (October 17, 2011, 5:24 PM EDT) -- A writer-actor in California sued Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., his ex-wife and the producers of the movie “The Hangover Part II” on Wednesday for copyright infringement, alleging the blockbuster ripped off his own script chronicling his disastrous honeymoon in Thailand.

Michael Alan Rubin's suit names Warner Bros., Legendary Pictures Inc., Living Films Co. Ltd., writers Craig Mazin and Scot Armstrong, director Todd Phillips, producers Daniel Goldberg and Stephen Leo Bing, and Las Vegas comedian Tamayo Otsuki, according to the complaint.

Rubin alleges the movie copies his...
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