Sycamore countersued, saying that the action brought against them was concocted to cover up Seven Seas having run out of money for the film, and as "pretext" for them pulling out of the deal. Sycamore maintain that the money was used properly, and that they had a rough draft of the documentary.
Now each case could be dissolved as part of a settlement between the two companies. Sycamore must satisfy an undisclosed "payment obligation to Seven Seas" within nine months, "or such longer period as agreed in writing by the parties" – if that is done, the case against Sycamore will be dropped.
Voyage of Time is to be a documentary narrated by
In a recent interview with Collider, Thompson said she recorded her narration "about a year and a half ago... It was very mysterious and it was very free flow as well. [Malick]'s a very free kind of guy."
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