A kind word of advice: If you want to make a documentary film about basketball wunderkind LeBron James, you should get his blessing in writing. Otherwise you'll find yourself mired in a civil lawsuit. Joseph Marsh, a businessman (with no background in filmmaking) knew James as a high school kid and claims they had a verbal agreement about creating a documentary based on his life. James, who took the witness stand recently, claims he neither said yes, nor no, to the idea. Marsh is suing James for $15 million. Maybe they should just make a film about the trial instead.
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