Batman movie insurance may not extend to Ben Affleck

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The actor’s brief stint as the Dark Knight may be cut short due to a lack of adequate coverage. Ben Affleck may not be able to continue in his role as the Caped Crusader because of the Batman movie insurance costs it would take to cover him. A recent report indicated the premiums of covering him post-rehab would be prohibitive. Affleck checked back into rehab earlier this week with the encouragement of his former wife. Actress Jennifer Garner, Ben Affleck’s ex-wife, encouraged him to check himself back into rehab. As…

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Movie insurance policy could pay Disney $50 million for Carrie Fisher’s death

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The late actress was going to reprise her role as Princess Leia in more Star Wars movies. Disney may be able to use its movie insurance to receive financial confirmation for Carrie Fisher’s untimely death. The celebrity was on contract with the company to complete three movies in the Star Wars franchise but had completed only two of those films Reports have suggested that the insurance payout for this tragedy could be as much as $50 million. Disney owns the Star Wars franchise and had already filmed two of the…

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Insurance companies may require Harrison Ford to stay on the ground

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This could be the result of last week’s crash when the actor fell from the sky in his vintage airplane. The entertainment industry insurance companies may require Harrison Ford to remain grounded following the crash that the actor experienced when he experienced engine trouble in his vintage airplane, last week, and sent it into a crash landing on a golf course in Venice, California. Ford is still recovering from moderately serious injuries that he experienced from the crash landing. He was immediately hospitalized after the crash. At the time that…

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Insurance news story develops from Sony’s “The Interview”

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The entertainment giant could find itself struggling to cover the cost of the massive losses from its film. Although large corporations like Sony need to purchase coverage in order to be able to protect themselves against a tremendous range of different types of risks, an insurance news story is one of the many developing issues resulting from the cancellation of the release of the film called “The Interview.” It has been reported that Sony stands to lose about $100 million as a result of the movie’s cancellation. Sony decided not…

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Fast and Furious movie insurance breaks claim records

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The death of Paul Walker has now led to a payment from the insurer that could be as high as $50 million. As the latest Fast and Furious movie was already filming when its star, Paul Walker, died in a tragic accident at the end of last November, Universal Pictures was forced to make a decision regarding the way that the production of the movie would proceed, and it has now led to a record breaking insurance claim for $50 million. The payment for this claim will add to the…

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Movie insurance could save Fast & Furious 7

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Following the death of the film’s star in a tragic accident, coverage could rescue the next part in the franchise. A special cast coverage in the movie insurance taken out by the people behind the latest film in the “Fast & Furious” franchise may be able to rescue the production following the disastrous accident that led to the death of its star, Paul Walker. The 40 year old actor was involved in a crash as a passenger in a car following a fundraising event. Walker and his best friend, Roger…

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Free insurance offered by U.K. theatre for scary movie protection

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The tongue in cheek coverage is provided at no cost to moviegoers who are afraid of being scared to death. A movie theater in the United Kingdom has taken a unique perspective on the release of a horror movie remake, and is providing viewers with a free insurance policy to pay for their funeral costs in the case that they are literally scared to death during the film. The coverage is being provided as a part of a unique marketing campaign by the cinema. The free insurance coverage will be…

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