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| ‘The Hurt Locker’ producers to file lawsuit against piracy|
| Updated at: 0730 PST, Friday, May 14, 2010|
NEW YORK: The bosses of Academy-Award winning movie, ‘The Hurt Locker’ has decided to take legal action against thousands of internet users who illegally downloaded the flick.
The financer of Kathryn Bigelow's war drama, Voltage Pictures has joined hands with US Copyright Group, an American organisation which is campaigning against illegal file-sharing on internet.
The lawyer of US Copyright Group, Thomas Dunlap has confirmed the reports that the producers of the Oscar winning movie will file a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the web surfers who have illegally downloaded the flick which was leaked online five months before its US release date in 2009.
Thomas Dunlap quoted, "You can guess that relative to the films we've pursued already, the order of magnitude is much higher with Hurt Locker.”
‘The Hurt Locker’ won six Academy Awards this year.