Paramount Pictures sued over Top Gun: Maverick

Paramount Pictures is caught in a legal tangle as the production house is being sued for copyright infringement of the Top Gun film

The lawsuit was brought by the family of the author whose article first inspired the 1986 film.

According to the suit which was filed in California’s Federal Court on June 6, the heirs to Ehud Yonay’s 1983 article Top Guns state that the film distribution company.

Shosh and Yuval Yonay claim that they sent a notice of termination to Paramount and that the rights reverted back to them in January 2020

“These claims are without merit and we will defend ourselves vigorously,” said Paramount Studios in a statement. hong kong balcony sex

 Maverick and is also seeking to block Paramount from distributing the movie or its sequels a portion of the profits from Top Gun

Maverick is this year’s runaway hit, showing the power of nostalgia still works. A sequel to the 1986 Top Gun, the film stars Tom Cruise as Captain Pete

Those who posted the video online could also face prosecution under the Control of Obscene and Indecent Articles Ordinance, which carries a maximum penalty of three years in prison and a HK$1 million fine.

Another person wondered if having sex in the bedroom would result in arrest if there were no curtains.

According to the an ordinance in Hong Kong, anyone who indecently exposes any part of his or her body in any public place or in view of the public

Having sex and indecently exposing their bodies there is clearly visible to the public.”