Ana de Armas Fans Sue Because She Was Cut Out of ‘Yesterday’

Ana de Armas Fans Sue Because She Was Cut Out of ‘Yesterday’

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1/22/2022 3:06:00 AM

Ana de Armas Fans Sue Because She Was Cut Out of ‘Yesterday’

Two fans filed a federal class action lawsuit on Friday alleging they were duped into renting the 2019 film “Yesterday” because Ana de Armas appeared in the trailer. Conor Woulfe, 38, o…

appeared in the trailer.Conor Woulfe, 38, of Maryland, and Peter Michael Rosza, 44, of San Diego County, Calif., say they each paid $3.99 to rent the movie on Amazon Prime, only to discover that de Armas was removed from the final cut of the film.The suit accuses Universal of engaging in deceptive marketing, and seeks to recoup at least $5 million on behalf of affected consumers.

“Because consumers were promised a movie with Ana De Armas by the trailer for ‘Yesterday,’ but did not receive a movie with any appearance of Ana de Armas at all, such consumers were not provided with any value for their rental or purchase,” the lawsuit states.

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I hope they win. Tired of misleading advertisements Does this finally green light our class action against the final season of Game of Thrones? Wow people will sue just because a nobody actor wasent in a movie. As they should!! In 2023 the producers of the Fast and the Furious movies will add Dwayne Johnson to the movie posters for Fast and the Furious 10.

It was sad that she was cut, it was a really good movie. I really wanted to see that girl walk into the glass door in Licorice Pizza, but alas it was cut out after appearing in the trailer. I wonder if it was because Curb came out with a whole episode on people walking into glass doors.. But whatever, where’s my 5 million dollars?

Si o si uno es bluemonkeypops I actually enjoyed Yesterday...I don't see how AdA would have fit in with the story. this seems absurd, but it's ana de armas so it's valid i guess Gotta keep shilling for that sweet tort reform lobby biscuit, eh?

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Damn right her fans are literally so unhinged lmao The real crime was renting and watching “yesterday” Slow news day eh? Bobby AND Lindsay? Do you not share whoweekly That AnaDeArmasUpdates acct would have a psychotic break Sounds like FirstWorldProblems So they want their $4 back or what? HighSierraMan This is great news for those of us suing Terrence Malick for Thin Red Line. Sincerely, The Jim Caviezel Fan Club

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Studio attorney: Do you know how much dishonest crap my client has *intentionally* pulled to lure you into a movie? Ana go tell your fans they’re embarrassing you as they should 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 Studio be like, 'Here, I'll pay you $10 — you can keep the change.' Lol Better than the headline, they’re not suing for $3.99, no, they’re suing for $5 million on behalf of everybody who rented the movie but didn’t get to see Ana de Armas. 😂

So you wasted $4 but what, attorney's fees are free? ‘Murica, land of the ridiculous lawsuits Wow. I just read about the Drive lawsuit. People are suing for no reasons. ByClaytonDavis ReleaseTheArmasCut Sounds like a garbage suit

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😂😂😂😂😂 These people are delusional. lolwut Like we got bigger problems and they worried about this? 😂 she still not gonna talk to y’all ArmasUpdates better get in on this lawsuit They know she's not going to *love* them, right? Wow Because movies are made my public committee now? People can really sue for anything huh

Her fans are insane 😂

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Ana de Armas appeared in the trailer. Conor Woulfe, 38, of Maryland, and Peter Michael Rosza, 44, of San Diego County, Calif., say they each paid $3.99 to rent the movie on Amazon Prime, only to discover that de Armas was removed from the final cut of the film. The suit accuses Universal of engaging in deceptive marketing, and seeks to recoup at least $5 million on behalf of affected consumers. “Because consumers were promised a movie with Ana De Armas by the trailer for ‘Yesterday,’ but did not receive a movie with any appearance of Ana de Armas at all, such consumers were not provided with any value for their rental or purchase,” the lawsuit states. “Yesterday” stars Himesh Patel as Jack Malik, a singer-songwriter who, through a supernatural occurrence, is the only person on Earth who remembers the Beatles. Malik rockets to stardom by claiming credit for their songs. De Armas was to appear as Roxane, a love interest who is introduced to Malik on the set of James Corden’s talk show. Malik was to serenade her with a rendition of George Harrison’s song “Something.” But the scenes with de Armas’ character were removed. Richard Curtis, the screenwriter, explained to Cinema Blend that audiences did not like the idea of Malik straying from his primary love interest in the film, portrayed by Lily James. “That was a very traumatic cut, because she was brilliant in it. I mean really radiant,” Curtis told the outlet . “You know, it’s one of those things where it’s some of our favorite scenes from the film, but we had to cut them for the sake of the whole.” The suit describes de Armas as a “talented, successful, and famous actress,” and notes her roles in “Blade Runner 2049,” “Knives Out” and “No Time to Die.” The suit bears a resemblance to a complaint involving the film “Drive” that was filed in Michigan in 2011. In that case, the plaintiff alleged that the trailer made it appear that the film would be a “high speed action driving film,” and she was not prepared for the film’s slow-paced interpersonal drama punctuated with graphic violence. An appeals court dismissed that case on several grounds, including that the trailer was not deceptive. “A review of the trailer demonstrates that it is not particularly inconsistent with the content of the film,” the Michigan court held. “Every scene displayed in the preview also appeared in the film.” The defendants in that case also argued that the film and the trailer were protected by the First Amendment. Woulfe and Rosza are represented by attorney Cody R. Lejeune. Universal declined to comment.