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A US novelist has sued the makers of the horror film, The Cabin in the Woods, claiming it infringes the copyright of a novel he published in 2006.
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Lions Gate Entertainment; The Cabin in the Woods; copyright; film; novel; Joss Whedon; Drew Goddard