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Ana De Armas Fans File Lawsuit Over Actress’ Cut Yesterday Role

If you’ve ever found yourself watching a movie, only to realize it wasn’t what you thought it to be, you’re not alone. Trailers are an essential piece to most films’ advertising but, sometimes, (do to the fluid nature of filmmaking) they don’t always accurately set expectations. That can lead to disappointment, frustration, and – in the case of two Ana De Armas fans who watched Yesterday thinking she would be in it – a class action lawsuit. 

It’s been reported that Peter Michael Rosza and Conor Woulfe are suing Universal Studios in federal court after they say they each rented Danny Boyle’s 2019 romantic comedy for $3.99 on Amazon Prime. Their lawsuit alleges that the filml studio engaged in deceptive marketing practices by showing Ana de Armas in the film’s trailer, even though she did not appear in the final cut. 

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