China's Bliss Media says the fraud lawsuit over its upcoming Orlando Bloom film Smart Chase: Fire & Earth is a frivolous attempt at forcing a settlement in the press. Das Films sued Bliss in October for fraud and breach of contract, arguing that the 2015 producer memo in question contains a clause that Missing: asia sriram.
Das Films is suing Bliss for fraud and breach of contract, claiming Bliss "wanted to rewrite the script when Bliss tried to fire the producers in breach of their contract. "By casting Asian actors before the script was even final.
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