Disney Sues Company For Bootlegging Their Characters

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Disney-Logo[tps_footer]Hollywood production giant Disney has sued a company for copying and bootlegging their characters and is apparently demanding millions for the same. The production house had filed a lawsuit against the producers of Aventura Congeladas (Frozen Adventure) earlier and had asked them to cease all marketing and promotional activities. Now once again another lawsuit has been filed as Disney believes the producers have started the play under another name now that is Vacaciones de Aventuras (Adventure Holidays).

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The news was first reported by TMZ who have revealed that Disney is suing the company for millions of dollars for using their prominent Disney characters like Elsa from ‘Frozen’ and Spiderman and Captain America among others. The video of Vacaciones de Aventuras clearly indicates that characters from Disney have in fact been used by the company. Seems like lawsuits behind Disney film ‘Frozen’ have become never ending.

Earlier this year Disney had settled a lawsuit with a woman who claimed that the trailer for the film was far too similar to the trailer for her short film about a snowman. ‘Frozen’ had a snowman character named Olaf who the woman claimed, was far too similar to the characteristics of the snowman created by her for her short film. After months and several attempts of dodging the case, they finally settled the case with her for unspecified damages.

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Another one of such instances was where an author claimed that the concept of ‘Frozen’ was entirely pinched from her book named New Fairy Tales. A chapter named The Snow Princess had far too many similarities to the character of Elsa and the overall plot of ‘Frozen’. Disney has not yet officially commented on the matter of its new case with the stage play production company. Watch the video below to see how characters of Spiderman, Elsa etc were used by the play makers.

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