Lionsgate Unleash Lawyers after Expendables 3 Pre-Release Leak
Kyle Williams / 3 years ago
So the new Expendables 3 film has appeared online weeks before it’s theatrical release date of August 15th 2014. The film first leaked online on July 24th, as you can imagine Lionsgate are pretty peed off about this. They have unleashed their lawyers and are trying to track down the anonymous leaker, as well as trying to find him/her they are targeting the websites that are sharing the film online. limetorrents.com, billionuploads.com, hulfile.eu, played.to, swantshare.com and dotsemper.com are all being looked into by the legal division at Lionsgate.
The film cost $90 million to make and according to pre release reviews, it’s garbage, just like the previous two films. The studio has insisted that it keeps the film to a family friendly PG-13 rating, this means that there won’t be swearing, half naked women, explosions, drugs, fast cars, good actors, any sounds whatsoever, no special effects and not even a script. Okay, maybe that was sarcasm but if you want my advice, just watch the 10 hour loop of Batman on Drugs, waaaaaay better. So in a way, this leaking online has saved us from wasting our money in the cinema and wasting about 90 minutes of our time watching a pile of crap. Thanks to the pirates everywhere who made this possible, without you, I might of wasted £10 in my local cinema.
Thanks to Tweaktown for supplying us with this information.
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