Actor Reese Witherspoon is facing a lawsuit over the film Gone Girl which she produced. According to TMZ, Leslie Weller maintains she wrote a screenplay in 2005 called Out of the Blue, which is strikingly similar to Gillian Flynn's thriller.
According to documents obtained by TMZ, Lesley Weller claims that she sent a copy of her screenplay - called Out of the Blue - to a script consultant in 2005, and that the book Gone Girl, which came out almost a decade later, was copped from her screenplay.
Reese Witherspoon is being sued over "Gone Girl".
The film, directed by David Fincher, was based on Gillian Flynn's novel of the same name.
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Weller claims a bunch of similarities. they both focus on a married couple's relationship where the husband and wife are slowly drifting apart.
She alleges that they both include how everyone sympathizes with the wife, before beginning to hate the husband. She then sent it to a script consultant, which she claims set the wheels in motion for her script to get stolen. It featured actors Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, and Tyler Perry.
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