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Ana De Armas Fans Sue Universal For False Advertising After Discovering Her Yesterday Scene Was Cut

Ana De Armas Fans Sue Universal For False Advertising After Discovering Her Yesterday Scene Was Cut

Two apparently die-hard fans of Ana de Armas took to court this week, filing a federal class action lawsuit against Universal in regards to the actress' cut performance from the 2019 film "Yesterday" (per Variety).

In court documents obtained by the outlet, two plaintiffs -- Maryland resident Conor Woulfe and California resident Peter Michael Rosza -- accuse the studio of deceptive marketing. The suit alleges that both men viewed a trailer for Danny Boyle's film, which tells the story of an alternate world where no one has heard of The Beatles, then paid $3.99 to rent the movie...

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