Aretha Franklin really, REALLY doesn’t want you to see “Amazing Grace,” the Sydney Pollack-documentary showing the live recording of her 1972 concert album of the same name.
Just one day after its private screening for potential buyers at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), the Queen of Soul today filed an amended complaint in federal court in Colorado seeking an injunction against the film, reports Deadline.com.
As previously reported, Franklin’s legal team convinced a federal judge in Colorado to bar screenings of the film by producer at the Telluride Film Festival. Also, “Amazing Grace” was pulled from TIFF just hours before it was supposed to make its debut there last week.
Now Franklin is making further legal moves in the Colorado court over viewings of the film that occurred privately in Toronto, reports Deadline.com.
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