The story behind Sophia Stewart, an African American writer is an interesting one indeed. Stewart claims to be the original writer of the popular 1999 film, “The Matrix.” She realized that her work had been appropriated by the Wachowski Brothers and she filed a lawsuit for copyright infringement in 2003 against them, Warner Bros., Joel Silver, Village Roadshow Entertainment, James Cameron, Gale Ann Hurd and THE TERMINATOR franchise. Now every three or four years after she had filed the lawsuit contradictory stories are circulated on the internet about her winning.
According to Stewart, the reason her story is not mainstream is because “Warner Bros. parent company is AOL-Time Warner… this giant owns 95 percent of the media… let me give you a clue as to what they own in the media business… New York Times papers/magazines, LA Times papers/magazines, People magazine, CNN News, Extra, Celebrity Justice, Entertainment Tonight, HBO, New Line Cinema, Dreamworks, Newsweek, Village Roadshow, and many, many more! They are not going to report on themselves. They have been suppressing my case for years.”
The folks over at Shadow and Act breaks the story down to the core, suggesting that Stewart's lawsuit and winning could all very well be a haunting hoax. Read more about it when you continue…[mashshare]