Jewish Journal


December 1, 2011

Jesse Eisenberg’s five minutes in ‘Hell’



Jesse Eisenberg, star of “The Social Network,” is making a point with his lawsuit against Lionsgate and Grindstone Entertainment regarding “Camp Hell.”  Eisenberg claims he had a minimal cameo role in the film and is emphatic that he does not want to be billed as a star of the horror movie.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Eisenberg is suing for $3 million which is more than the total budget of the film. Eisenberg claims he took on a small part in the film as a favor to friends. As THR puts it: “Eisenberg’s lawsuit starts out with a prologue worthy of the horror genre: ‘No good deed goes unpunished.’”

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