Samuel L. Jackson Talks ‘The Avengers’ Script Leak

Disney and Marvel scold the actor after his assistant left the script information inside a printer.
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Samuel Jackson talks The Avengers script leak It has been widely publicized that Samuel L. Jackson had his The Avengers shooting script stolen and later sold on the black market.

Today, Samuel L. Jackson has come forward to talk about how the theft actually occurred, and how he was scolded by Walt Disney and Marvel Studios for letting this happen.

This is what Samuel L. Jackson had to say about the notorious incident.

"When they sent me the new version of the script, I was shooting a film in Toronto (Canada) and my assistant copied it from the email (and printed it) in the office somewhere. And by the time we got to Albuquerque someone had stolen the script out of the printer and put it online for sale. I didn't know printers had memories. And apparently my assistant didn't either. Marvel/Disney kind of got really upset about it. It caused a minor storm of investigation. They sent a team of investigators to Canada. They were trying to find (track down) the IP address of the person that put it online. It was crazy."

No one has been arrested in the theft of Samuel L. Jackson's script. Neither Marvel nor Disney have ever made any official comments in regards to this infamous incident.

Marvel's The Avengers was released May 4th, 2012.


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