The Smoking Gun reports that Paramount is suing a filmmaker who shot a 12-minute movie based on some bootleg script pages from the studio's Nic Cage-starring, sure-to-be-tasteful treatment of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, World Trade Center. The copyright infringement claim even includes a helpful side-by-side chart illustrating the infringing material's unauthorized "reimagining" of the Oliver Stone script (excerpt pictured), which seems a little unnecessary considering the site where the movie was once hosted clearly labels the footage "12 minute movie, adapted from a bootleg script for Oliver Stone's soon to be released film World Trade Center." But in the interest of being reflexively contrarian: Nah, we don't see the similarity.