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17th Feb '18 7:24:16 PM thelivingtoad
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* Don Henley hated a cover of "The End of the Innocence" by indie rock group Okkervil River so much that he filed a cease-and-desist injunction against the band, forcing them to remove it from their website, where they had been uploading covers of songs that had been important to their lead singer Will Sheff. It seems that Henley's issue was that Sheff had written an additional coda to the song and included at the end of their cover. In a later interview, Henley made a [[https://pitchfork.com/news/55441-frank-ocean-okkervil-river-accused-of-stealing-by-the-eagles-don-henley/ rather blunt statement]] about covers of his songs, in light of both the Okkervil River controversy and Music/FrankOcean's sampling of "Hotel California" on one of his songs, which Henley had also blocked from release.

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* Don Henley hated a cover of "The End of the Innocence" by indie rock group Okkervil River Music/OkkervilRiver so much that he filed a cease-and-desist injunction against the band, forcing them to remove it from their website, where they had been uploading covers of songs that had been important to their lead singer Will Sheff. It seems that Henley's issue was that Sheff had written an additional coda to the song and included at the end of their cover. In a later interview, Henley made a [[https://pitchfork.com/news/55441-frank-ocean-okkervil-river-accused-of-stealing-by-the-eagles-don-henley/ rather blunt statement]] about covers of his songs, in light of both the Okkervil River controversy and Music/FrankOcean's sampling of "Hotel California" on one of his songs, which Henley had also blocked from release.
17th Feb '18 7:23:42 PM thelivingtoad
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* Don Henley hated a cover of "The End of the Innocence" by indie rock group Okkervil River so much that he filed a cease-and-desist injunction against the band, forcing them to remove it from their website, where they had been uploading covers of songs that had been important to their lead singer Will Sheff. It seems that Henley's issue was that Sheff had written an additional coda to the song and included at the end of their cover. Henley subsequently issued a [[https://pitchfork.com/news/55441-frank-ocean-okkervil-river-accused-of-stealing-by-the-eagles-don-henley/ rather blunt statement]] about covers of his songs in an interview, in light of both the Okkervil River controversy and Music/FrankOcean's sampling of "Hotel California" on one of his songs, which Henley had also blocked from release.

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* Don Henley hated a cover of "The End of the Innocence" by indie rock group Okkervil River so much that he filed a cease-and-desist injunction against the band, forcing them to remove it from their website, where they had been uploading covers of songs that had been important to their lead singer Will Sheff. It seems that Henley's issue was that Sheff had written an additional coda to the song and included at the end of their cover. In a later interview, Henley subsequently issued made a [[https://pitchfork.com/news/55441-frank-ocean-okkervil-river-accused-of-stealing-by-the-eagles-don-henley/ rather blunt statement]] about covers of his songs in an interview, songs, in light of both the Okkervil River controversy and Music/FrankOcean's sampling of "Hotel California" on one of his songs, which Henley had also blocked from release.
17th Feb '18 7:23:01 PM thelivingtoad
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* Don Henley hated a cover of "The End of the Innocence" by indie rock group Okkervil River so much that he filed a cease-and-desist injunction against the band, forcing them to remove it from their website, where they had been uploading covers of songs that had been important to their lead singer Will Sheff. It seems that Henley's issue was that Sheff had written an additional coda to the song and included at the end of their cover. The way that Henley's team forced the cover of the web and his [[https://pitchfork.com/news/55441-frank-ocean-okkervil-river-accused-of-stealing-by-the-eagles-don-henley/ rather blunt comments about covers]] resulted in most of the internet siding with Sheff.

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* Don Henley hated a cover of "The End of the Innocence" by indie rock group Okkervil River so much that he filed a cease-and-desist injunction against the band, forcing them to remove it from their website, where they had been uploading covers of songs that had been important to their lead singer Will Sheff. It seems that Henley's issue was that Sheff had written an additional coda to the song and included at the end of their cover. The way that Henley's team forced the cover of the web and his Henley subsequently issued a [[https://pitchfork.com/news/55441-frank-ocean-okkervil-river-accused-of-stealing-by-the-eagles-don-henley/ rather blunt comments statement]] about covers]] resulted covers of his songs in most an interview, in light of both the internet siding with Sheff.Okkervil River controversy and Music/FrankOcean's sampling of "Hotel California" on one of his songs, which Henley had also blocked from release.
17th Feb '18 7:21:29 PM thelivingtoad
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* Don Henley hated a cover of "The End of the Innocence" by indie rock group Okkervil River so much that he filed a cease-and-desist letter against the band to remove the song from their website, where they had been uploading covers of songs that had been important to their lead singer Will Sheff. It seems that Henley's issue was that Sheff had written an additional coda to the song and included at the end of their cover. The way that Henley's team forced the cover of the web and his [[https://pitchfork.com/news/55441-frank-ocean-okkervil-river-accused-of-stealing-by-the-eagles-don-henley/ rather blunt comments about covers]] resulted in most of the internet siding with Sheff.

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* Don Henley hated a cover of "The End of the Innocence" by indie rock group Okkervil River so much that he filed a cease-and-desist letter injunction against the band band, forcing them to remove the song it from their website, where they had been uploading covers of songs that had been important to their lead singer Will Sheff. It seems that Henley's issue was that Sheff had written an additional coda to the song and included at the end of their cover. The way that Henley's team forced the cover of the web and his [[https://pitchfork.com/news/55441-frank-ocean-okkervil-river-accused-of-stealing-by-the-eagles-don-henley/ rather blunt comments about covers]] resulted in most of the internet siding with Sheff.
17th Feb '18 7:20:48 PM thelivingtoad
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* Music/DonHenley hated a cover of "The End of the Innocence" by indie rock group Okkervil River so much that he filed a cease-and-desist letter against the band to remove the song from their website, where they had been uploading covers of songs that had been important to their lead singer Will Sheff. It seems that Henley's issue was that Sheff had written an additional coda to the song and included at the end of their cover. The way that Henley's team forced the cover of the web and his [[https://pitchfork.com/news/55441-frank-ocean-okkervil-river-accused-of-stealing-by-the-eagles-don-henley/ rather blunt comments about covers]] resulted in most of the internet siding with Sheff.

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* Music/DonHenley Don Henley hated a cover of "The End of the Innocence" by indie rock group Okkervil River so much that he filed a cease-and-desist letter against the band to remove the song from their website, where they had been uploading covers of songs that had been important to their lead singer Will Sheff. It seems that Henley's issue was that Sheff had written an additional coda to the song and included at the end of their cover. The way that Henley's team forced the cover of the web and his [[https://pitchfork.com/news/55441-frank-ocean-okkervil-river-accused-of-stealing-by-the-eagles-don-henley/ rather blunt comments about covers]] resulted in most of the internet siding with Sheff.
17th Feb '18 7:20:33 PM thelivingtoad
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* Music/DonHenley hated a cover of "The End of the Innocence" by indie rock group Okkervil River so much that he filed a cease-and-desist letter against the band to remove the song from their website, where they had been uploading covers of songs that had been important to their lead singer Will Sheff. It seems that Henley's issue was that Sheff had written an additional coda to the song and included at the end of their cover. The way that Henley's team forced the cover of the web and his [[https://pitchfork.com/news/55441-frank-ocean-okkervil-river-accused-of-stealing-by-the-eagles-don-henley/ rather blunt comments about covers]] resulted in most of the internet siding with Sheff.
17th Feb '18 2:26:41 PM nombretomado
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* In a borderline example, the French horror film ''Film/HighTension'' has been noted as having many similarities to the Creator/DeanKoontz novel ''Intensity'', to the point where some have accused writer/director Creator/AlexandreAja (who admitted to having read the book) of {{plagiarism}}. Apparently, Koontz believes that there was plagiarism involved, but [[https://web.archive.org/web/20150118073726/http://www.deankoontz.com/movies-qa/ decided not to file a lawsuit]] because he hated ''High Tension'' so much that he didn't want it associated with his book, even if it meant getting royalties.

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* In a borderline example, the French horror film ''Film/HighTension'' has been noted as having many similarities to the Creator/DeanKoontz novel ''Intensity'', to the point where some have accused writer/director Creator/AlexandreAja (who admitted to having read the book) of {{plagiarism}}.UsefulNotes/{{plagiarism}}. Apparently, Koontz believes that there was plagiarism involved, but [[https://web.archive.org/web/20150118073726/http://www.deankoontz.com/movies-qa/ decided not to file a lawsuit]] because he hated ''High Tension'' so much that he didn't want it associated with his book, even if it meant getting royalties.
7th Feb '18 6:03:08 PM C2
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* Creator/HayaoMiyazaki would like to stress that New World Pictures' {{Macekre}} version of ''Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind'', titled ''Warriors of the Wind'', is much better off forgotten. So much so that for years he refused to allow any of his other works to be dubbed. It took Creator/{{Disney}} itself agreeing to not change a single scene before he would release the rest. Studio Ghibli was so serious about this that for ''Anime/PrincessMononoke'', one of the producers mailed a ''katana'' to (then Disney-owned) Miramax's Harvey Weinstein, along with a note reading [[{{Pun}} "NO CUTS"]] upon the agreement.

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* Creator/HayaoMiyazaki would like to stress that New World Pictures' {{Macekre}} version of ''Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind'', titled ''Warriors of the Wind'', is much better off forgotten. So much so that for years he refused to allow any of his other works to be dubbed. It took Creator/{{Disney}} itself agreeing to not change a single scene before he would release the rest. Studio Ghibli was so serious about this that for ''Anime/PrincessMononoke'', one of the producers mailed a ''katana'' to (then Disney-owned) Miramax's Harvey Weinstein, along with a note reading [[{{Pun}} "NO CUTS"]] upon the agreement.
7th Feb '18 6:01:55 PM C2
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* Creator/HayaoMiyazaki would like to stress that New World Pictures' {{Macekre}} version of ''Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind'', titled ''Warriors of the Wind'', is much better off forgotten. So much so that for years he refused to allow any of his other works to be dubbed. It took Creator/{{Disney}} itself, Miramax's then-parent company, agreeing to not change a single scene before he would release the rest. Studio Ghibli was so serious about this that one of the producers mailed a ''katana'' to Miramax's Harvey Weinstein, along with a note reading [[{{Pun}} "NO CUTS"]] upon the agreement.

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* Creator/HayaoMiyazaki would like to stress that New World Pictures' {{Macekre}} version of ''Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind'', titled ''Warriors of the Wind'', is much better off forgotten. So much so that for years he refused to allow any of his other works to be dubbed. It took Creator/{{Disney}} itself, Miramax's then-parent company, itself agreeing to not change a single scene before he would release the rest. Studio Ghibli was so serious about this that for ''Anime/PrincessMononoke'', one of the producers mailed a ''katana'' to (then Disney-owned) Miramax's Harvey Weinstein, along with a note reading [[{{Pun}} "NO CUTS"]] upon the agreement.
23rd Jan '18 5:35:03 AM Cryoclaste
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* Tomonobu Itagaki, the outspoken director of the 2004 {{Xbox}} reboot of ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'', disowns the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 version (''Ninja Gaiden Sigma'') that Team Ninja later produced without his involvement. He has vocally disapproved of the port, even while he was still employed by Creator/{{Tecmo}}, and has reportedly refused to autograph any copy of the game. Specifically, he criticized ''Sigma'' for being more or less a straight port of his original Xbox version and not taking advantage of the superior hardware specs of the [=PS3=].

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* Tomonobu Itagaki, the outspoken director of the 2004 {{Xbox}} UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} reboot of ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'', disowns the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 version (''Ninja Gaiden Sigma'') that Team Ninja later produced without his involvement. He has vocally disapproved of the port, even while he was still employed by Creator/{{Tecmo}}, and has reportedly refused to autograph any copy of the game. Specifically, he criticized ''Sigma'' for being more or less a straight port of his original Xbox version and not taking advantage of the superior hardware specs of the [=PS3=].
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