Olivia De Havilland’s Feud lawsuit strikes ahead

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Earlier this yr, the true Olivia De Havilland filed a lawsuit towards FX and Feud creator Ryan Murphy over the best way she was portrayed within the present, explaining that the writers put “false phrases” into her mouth that made her appear like “a hypocrite who offered gossip to advertise herself. De Havilland—who’s 101—is the one one who really skilled the occasions depicted on Feud and remains to be alive, however Murphy reportedly selected to not contact her concerning the present earlier than filming as a result of he didn’t need to “intrude.” De Havilland was asking for damages, earnings from the sequence, and an injunction to stop FX from utilizing her title and likeness sooner or later.

Now, Deadline is reporting decide has agreed to maneuver ahead comparatively shortly with the lawsuit, setting a November 27 begin date for the trial. FX and the producers of Feud wished to delay the trial, arguing that it required quite a lot of work because it issues occasions that return a long time, however the decide agreed with De Havilland’s attorneys that her “unusually superior age”—that’s their phrase—means they shouldn’t drag their toes on this an excessive amount of.

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