Producers behind the Tom Cruise drug thriller American Made are the subject of a new wrongful death lawsuit filed Wednesday after a plane used for the movie crashed in September 2015 and killed two people, according to court documents acquired by EW.
Last September, American film pilot Alan Purwin and Carlos Berl of Colombian were killed when a plane used for the Tom Cruise film Mena crashed in Colombia. Now his widow, Kathryn Purwin, has filed a wrongful death suit against producers on the project.
Breaking Bad’s Jesse Plemons and Ex Machina’s Domhnall Gleeson have officially joined Mena, a Barry Seal biopic starring Tom Cruise and directed by Edge of Tomorrow’s Doug Liman.
Mena chronicles the exploits of real-life drug smuggler Seal, who was recruited by the CIA to lead one of the country’s biggest covert operations.
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