Hollywood theft from screenwriters? Say it ain’t so!

Apparently piracy isn’t only issues that the studios deal with these days. While studios are complaining about how much their losses are and posting clips of those people that are “cut out of work” due to piracy, apparently they’re doing a bit of so-called thievery themselves.
The idea is that when a screenwriter puts out a script, you copy the idea as closely to the script itself as possible, but cut out the screenwriter. This will relieve some of the royalty payments and thus make more money. Don’t believe us? Check out Reed Martin’s story.
There’s no honor among thieves. At least these thieves.