Filmmaker Sues Beyoncé Over 'Lemonade' Trailer
Beyoncé Sued by Filmmaker over ‘Lemonade’ Trailer
It’s not easy beingBeyoncé. You create a near-surprise album—no, an entiremovie tied to an album—and tease it with one measly seconds-long trailer. But then someone comes out of the woodwork with a lawsuit that says your trailer looks and sounds a lot like his short film. And so we’re now forced to watch independent filmmaker Matthew Fulks’s short film “Palinoia” to see if there’s any truth to this.
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They’re both artsy. They’re both gritty. They both feature parking garages and weeds and close-ups of faces, but couldn’t that be said of so many things? To be fair to Fulks, when taken as a whole, there are similarities, and he’s had interactions with Bey’s label Columbia Records. Five months before the “Lemonade” trailer started filming, Fulks says he was being considered to direct a video for MS MR, a Columbia-signed group, and submitted “Palinoia” as an example of his work.
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