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If you’re not familiar with Ms. Stewart, she is the author of “The 3rd Eye”, the original source material and basis for the Matrix and Terminator franchises. Ms. Stewart has registered her work with the US Patent and Trademark office, and they validate she is the sole, legal owner of all IP, trademarks, copyrights, movies, DVDs, merchandise, and all other derivative products and services connected to both franchises.
Her work was stolen by Warner Bros and Fox, and she was never compensated nor credited for her creative, protected expressions. Instead of compensating her, Warner Bros and Fox paid a team of attorneys to “represent” her, and they intentionally sabotaged her original copyright infringement case in California.
When she found out in 2007 that Jonathon Lubell, the lead attorney that was supposed to “represent” her had been disbarred and convicted of stealing money from a client, she initiated a lawsuit in Salt Lake City where she lived at the time.
Ms. Stewart has since waged a 7 year battle in the US District Court in Salt Lake City alleging fraud, negligence, civil rights violations, due process violations, and a host of other civil and criminal violations. The named defendants include Jonathon Lubell and 3 other attorneys. However, Warner Bros and Fox are ultimately liable, as they paid for the defendants to sabotage her case. In addition to paying off the defendants, Warner Bros and Fox paid off other law enforcement and regulatory agency personnel, US Patent and Trademark lawyers and examiners, court clerks, various other attorneys, and other co-conspirators, through a multi-million dollar slush fund.
In 1986 Ms. Stewart answered a magazine advertisement for a science fiction script that the Wachowski brothers were going to make into a comic book. Years later, Ms. Stewart contends, her vision hit the movie screens on March 31, 1999 in the form of Matrix. In fact the Wachowski brothers used a verbatim quote from her book to introduce the film which was later removed after an FBI investigation into the criminal copyright infringement was initiated.
When I first spoke with Sophia Stewart a few months ago in April 2012, she was most gracious with her time and forthcoming with the complex details of her lawsuits. The legal documents involved could make your head spin. She shared some of them with me. http://www.matrixterminator.com
When Stewart saw the Matrix, she recognized her work right away and called the legal department at Warner Brothers on April 1, 1999. According to her, they knew exactly who she was and therefore, one would assume, they knew that her work had plagerized. “They offered me money right off the bat,” she says. She had also kept a copy of the original Wachowski ad which ultimately became one of many aces in the hole. “The ad is what brings it all together,” she says. “The ad is what says I told the truth.”
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sci-fi Screen Writer and Author Sophia Stewart, author of "THE THIRD EYE" and the Mother of the Matrix and Terminator.
Sophia is the writer of the Terminator and Matrix movies Child prodigy, prolific writer, poet and creative genius are just a few of the terms used to describe Sophia Stewart.
Sophia won a 2.5 Billion Dollar Lawsuit after a 13 year dispute. She is a prolific writer and profound scientist, visionary and spiritualist.
Sophia Stewart has received justice for copyright infringement and racketeering and will finally recover damages from the films, The Matrix I, II and III, as well as The Terminator and its sequels. Yes,
you heard that correctly – the entire Matrix & Terminator franchises, and her suspected pay off is expected to be the highest in history – an estimated 2.5 billion.
Her case is a true landmark, and far too uncommon as countless creatives are exploited by the snake-like dealings of the movie industry. Here’s a recap of her triumphant journey.
The investigation also stated that ‘credible witnesses employed at Warner Brothers came forward, claiming that the executives and lawyers had full knowledge that the work in question did not belong to the Wachowski Brothers.’ These witnesses claimed to have seen Stewart’s original work and that it had been ‘often used during preparation of the motion pictures.’
Minister Cynthia Marie Williams / Interviewing them writer of the Matrix and the Terminators
David Ajala is becoming a force of nature on the entertainment landscape. He was most recently seen in Fast & Furious 6 alongside the late Paul Walker and Vin Diesel. Ajala also completed work on the Wachowski feature Jupiter Ascending, and the indie film Kill Command. Additional notable credits include, One Day, The Dark Knight, and Payback Season.
Appearing in A wide range of television roles, Ajala was a rapper in the television series Trexx and Flipside, in addition to major guest roles in award winning shows including Law & Order: UK, Death in Paradise, Silent Witness, and the wildly popularDr. Who.
Ajala began his career performing with the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Courtyard Theater in Stratford-upon-Avon. He's performed in productions of The Witness, Hamlet, and A Midsummer Night's Dream, among others.
Ajala was awarded Best Acting Performance by the Royal Television Society in 2009.
David currently plays Will Van Renseller on ABC's tv show Black Box.
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, we’ll be celebrating the 15th anniversary of The Matrix! Has it stood the test of time? Can it truly be considered a watershed film on par with the original Star Wars? Is it truly the Wachowskis single best film? Is it nothing more than a polished amalgamation of wuxia films, heroic bloodshed, cyberpunk, anime, and manga? Did the Wachowskis basically steal their ideas from Sophia Stewart? Did they simply plagiarize writer Grant Morrison’s comic series The Invisibles? Has the film’s influence truly been a lasting one? Can The Matrix be considered a loving tribute to Hong Kong Action cinema, or just a cheap imitation of it? Can the Wachowski’s ever return to their former glory? Should the saga of Neo continue?
We’ll also talk about the sex abuse allegations currently being made towards filmmaker Bryan Singer. If Michael Egan’s prove to be true, could they spell the end of Bryan Singer’s career? What impact would it have on Hollywood as a whole? Just how deep could the proverbial rabbit whole go? Could Amy Berg’s upcoming documentary on child sexual abuse in Hollywood be a feature- length indictment of Singer and his ilk? Is this whole scandal nothing more than an anti-gay witch-hunt? What could this mean for X-Men: Days of Future Past and the X-Men franchise in general? Could a full-on backlash be imminent?
This month on Swords and Space, join hosts Nicholas and Richard Wansbutter for a discussion of the 1999 Wachowski Brothers' film, The Matrix. We will take a look at the allegory featured in this film, as well as assessing its significance as a classic of science fiction film. We'll be joined by Matthew Zepf, editor-in-chief of Brav's Index.
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Sophia Stewart “Mother of the Matrix”
In what continues to loom as one of the biggest criminal copyright infringement cases in the history of Hollywood, a lone African American woman is fighting the battle of her life against those who would ultimately take credit for blockbuster movie franchises, Terminator and Matrix. Sophia Stewart, a divorced mother of two, Tasha and Paris. and displaced New Yorker now residing in Las Vegas, is in an epochal legal battle with the famed Wachowski brothers (Andy and Larry) from Chicago, two carpenters/Marvel comic book writers who dropped out of college to pursue careers as Hollywood filmmakers. According to Ms. Stewart, an articulate if enigmatic writer turned litigant — the Wachowski brothers stole her script for a science fiction screenplay and turned it into the mega hit that we know today as the Matrix (1999) which racked up billions worldwide.
Here’s how the story goes. Ms. Stewart, with her Bachelor’s degree in journalism from City University of New York in tow, moved to Los Angeles to pursue a writing career and to attend film school at the University of Southern California. Through her association with R&B singer Janet Jackson (go figure), she obtained entree into the entertainment business, initially working on small television projects and eventually landing at Columbia Pictures in the office of then vice president, Dick Berres.
Soon after arriving in L.A., Ms. Stewart wrote a science fiction novel called The Third Eye. The book, she says, is a science fiction version of the ‘second coming’ which she was inspired to write after seeing Star Wars. “What I wrote was the evolution of consciousness, the second coming of Christ — man vs. the machine.” Today we Discuss her story! Should be a great one!
David Scheunemann studied architecture at the Technical University of Berlin and the Escola Tecnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona. He successfully graduated in Berlin with a senior architectural degree in 2005. Having worked as set designer while he was studying, he went straight into art directing after graduation. SPEED RACER in 2008, his first collaboration with Lana & Andy Wachowski. His work as an art director includes films such as Paul Anderson's THE THREE MUSKETEERS.Roman Polanski's THE GHOST WRITER ,James McTeigue's and Lana & Andy Wachowski's NINJA ASSASSIN. Two milestones in his career were Quentin Tarantino's INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS (2009) and Tom Tykwer's and Lana & Andy Wachowski's CLOUD ATLAS for which he was nominated twice by the Art Directors Guild for the "Excellence in Production Design Award". You can see his work in George Clooney's THE MONUMENTS MEN . You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film