Producers, The Walking Dead, complaining studio
The producers of hbo’s hit series The Walking Dead have lodged a complaint against the studio and transmitter AMC.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the amount that they require up to a billion dollars (850 million euros), making it the largest lawsuit over tv rights would ever make.
The four, among whom were The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, suspects the company of its profit on the series is created on paper keep it low. AMC would be able to do so because the studio and the transmitter, both are subsidiaries. One branch of the company would be the other too little charge for the rights. The producers all have the right to a portion of the proceeds thereof.
Previously complained Frank Darabont, who the comics by Robert Kirkman in 2010 translated to the tv series, the transmitter is already on. The script writer and the director, who in the second season of The Walking Dead was dismissed as the manufacturer, requires about 280 million dollars (nearly 240 million) of the AMC.