Austin director Terrence Malick’s Sycamore Pictures is facing a lawsuit from investors who say that Malick has breached a contract to produce two 45-minute IMAX films as well as a feature film of 90 to 150 minutes titled “Voyage of Time.”
The lawsuit, which was filed in U.S. District Court in New York, alleges that Malick told the investors, Seven Seas Partnership Limited, that the film project was “one of my greatest dreams” but that he did not devote the time necessary to complete the films over the last five years, and instead dedicated his time to other projects.
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