Universal Studios has pissed off some moviegoers whose jam is clearly Ana de Armas … and they’re outraged she was advertised as a star of the film, “Yesterday,” but ended up on the cutting room floor.
Two consumers say they plunked down $3.99 to watch the movie about the dude who hits his head and wakes up to discover he’s the only person in the world who knows the entire Beatles catalog.
Ana was originally cast to co-star in the film. According to the suit, although Ana appeared in the trailer and various advertisements, she was not in the flick. It’s unclear why she ended up on the cutting room floor.
The 2 named plaintiffs are particularly pissed off … in the trailer, the main character sings the song, “Something” to Ana, but it’s nowhere to be seen on screen.
Well, now there’s a class-action lawsuit for those who rented the movie in California or Maryland. The class is defined as everyone who purchased the movie, but fact is … there are probably a lot of people who don’t care one way or the other if Ana is in the flick.
What’s more … we’re assuming each consumer would get a maximum of $3.99 — the cost to rent the movie. The lawsuit is for $5 million, so the ones who will make out like a bandit — the lawyers!
BTW … the movie was a hit, grossing $150 million.
We reached out to Universal … so far, no word back.