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'Walking Dead' creator Frank Darabont suing over earnings he didn't get

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"The Walking Dead" creator Frank Darabont is not happy and he is taking AMC to court. On Dec. 17, TMZ reported that he is actually looking to get millions of dollars from the network for earnings that he says that he missed out on when he was fired by AMC back in 2011.

He is actually the one who adapted the comic book into a television show. He should have been getting 12.5% of the profits every year from what he claims. Frank is now not getting any money from the show at all and hasn't since they fired him two years ago.

Darabont feels like AMC is lying to him. This show is huge, but they are telling him they are spending more money than they are making and that is why they have no money to pay him. He honestly believes that they are making the books look wrong on purpose.

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