The movie, about a U.S. Army bomb squad, won six Academy Awards this year, including one for Best Picture. Nicolas Chartier, who co-founded Voltage Pictures, the production company that made the film, doesn't show much sympathy for file sharers.
According to published reports, Chartier responded to an e-mail he received from someone complaining about his litigation plans, by calling the person a "moron" and "stupid," and said "I hope your family and your kids end up in jail one day for stealing, so maybe they can be taught the difference."
May 31, 2010 9:19 PM PDT
Photo by: Voltage Pictures
| Caption by: Greg Sandoval
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