Hangover 2 release gets green light as Mike Tyson's tattoo artist loses bid to sue over copyright

Posted by MAXIMEY on 25. Mai 2011

<p><img src="http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/05/22/article-1389731-0BDB6C4E00000578-511_306x423.jpg" alt="" width="306" height="423" /><span><img src="http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/05/22/article-1389731-0C29D38700000578-998_306x423.jpg" alt="" width="306" height="423" /></span></p> <p><span>Mike Tyson's tattoo artist has lost his bid to sue Warner Brothers in a copyright lawsuit. <br /><br />S. Victor Whitmill, who gave the boxer his Maori-inspired facial ink, claimed it was illegally reproduced on the face of Ed Helms in The Hangover Part 2.<br /><br />The case threatened to block the film from being released later this week.<br /><br />But today a judge dismissed the lawsuit, much to the relief of film bosses.<br /><br />'We are very gratified by the Court&rsquo;s decision which will allow the highly anticipated film, The Hangover 2, to be released on schedule this week around the world,' the studio said in a statement.<br /><br />'Plaintiff&rsquo;s failed attempt to enjoin H2 in order to try and extract a massive settlement payment from Warner Bros. was highly inappropriate and unwarranted.<br />&nbsp;</span></p>


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