Court Case Prompts Hollywood Plagiarism Debate

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Bill Murray

Bill Murray stars in 'Broken Flowers' directed by Jim Jarmusch. Focus Features hide caption

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A recent court ruling may open the door for legal battles over plagiarism in Hollywood. A key case involves Reed Martin, a novice screenwriter who says the Jim Jarmusch film Broken Flowers is based on Martin's screenplay.

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