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April 16, 2009 - Terminator Salvation / lawsuit settled

Scooped on Thursday, April 16, 2009

Variety is reporting that Moritz Borman's lawsuit against Halcyon Company's Victor Kubicek and Derek Anderson has been settled out-of-court. Deals of the arrangement were not given in the press statement that the trio released. Borman brought the lawsuit against Halcyon and its two executives back in March, asking for $160 million dollars in damages and alleging that the duo swindled him out of $2.5 million dollars he was to be paid as a producer and wrestled control of the production from out of Borman's hands.

"We are glad to have these issues behind us so we can focus on working with our filmmakers and our studio partners at Warner Bros and Sony Pictures to give Terminator fans the next amazing installment in this enduring series of film," read the group's statement in part.

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