We recently covered the story of how a filmmaker claimed (without much evidence) that IMDB wouldn't list his latest movie project, because he planned to release it via BitTorrent. It seemed like the real story was more one of IMDB people not sure that the movie was a "real movie" project, and wanting to hold off until it was further along. Either way, it looks like the public outcry about it caused IMDB to reconsider and put up a listing. Ah, the power of the public outcry...
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