Jesse Eisenberg Raises Hell With 'Camp Hell'
Jesse Eisenberg won't stand for this kind of horror.
The "30 Minutes or Less" star has filed a lawsuit Lionsgate and Grindstone Entertainment for throwing his name and face all over the DVD cover of the low budget horror film, "Camp Hell," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Eisenberg is barely in the movie for five minutes -- he filmed his small role back in 2007 as a favor to friends, way before he was nominated for an Oscar for his starring turn as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in "The Social Network."
Hey, if you're a low budget filmmaker (and a distributor of low budget films), you'll do whatever you can to get people to watch your movie, but Eisenberg is saying "like hell" to the marketing campaign of "Camp Hell." He's suing for $3 million, which is a hell of a lot more than the movie's actual budget.
Apparently, Eisenberg is just trying to protect his fans, because God forbid someone shells out their hard-earned cash for a DVD of "Camp Hell" only to find that their hero makes but a mere cameo appearance in the film about the demonic infestation of a Christian Bible camp.
Anyway, you've been warned, Jesse Eisenberg fans -- stay far away from "Camp Hell," for therein lies nothing but bitter disappointment.
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