Logan PaulLu was hanging in the Japanese forest to shoot a corpse and use a torpedo to blow up a movie he had signed for performance. This caused the production company to pay millions of dollars in losses…according to a new litigation.
Planeless Pictures just filed a lawsuit against YouTuber, claiming that they reached an agreement with him in 2016 to make a movie-starring Logan in his own fictional version-called “Airplane Mode”, This should have been a prank by modern trendsetters such as the Paul brothers and other social media personalities.
According to documents obtained by TMZ, Planeless claimed that they were all prepared to have Logan star in, write and help make the film, and he agreed to help other influential people join in, including Jack Paul, Juanpa Zureta (Juanpa Zureta), Nick Bateman, Amanda Cerny And others. Their idea is that they distribute through YouTube and other social media platforms (via influencer pages) to bring movies to the market and profit from them in a novel and revolutionary way.
Planeless even said that Google signed a $3 million license agreement with them for the film, but they claimed that when Logan fooled himself into filming the film in Aokihara (otherwise known as the “suicide forest”) in Japan, everything fell apart. A person’s death is up close. You know what happened after that, but according to Planeless, they said his clumsy actions completely destroyed the movie deal.
There is no plain accusation that Logan deliberately posted a suicide video because it knew it would kill their deal, but he did it anyway. Sure enough, Planeless said that Google broke their contract… which cost them more than $3 million in revenue-they are now talking about the contract Logan owes them.