For many fans, the news about Odd Thomas’s delayed release date was disheartening. Due to a monetary dispute between two production companies behind the film; one of them is not paying up! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Two Out Of Ten production company (TOOT) and Fusion Films had filed a lawsuit back in January that continues to postpone the release of Stephen Sommers’ film adaptation of Odd Thomas , a novel written by Dean Koontz. The lawsuit had been filed because OMG (Outsource Media Group) had promised producers $35 million to cover marketing prints and other advertising leading up to the release of the film, and money to pay back production loans. Through many meetings, missed deadlines, and second chances, the producers have not seen the money they were promised.
However, Collider reports that Image Entertainment has stepped up and acquired the rights to the film and will distribute in in EARLY 2014. Collider mentions that fans shouldn’t expect a huge push for the film, but to be happy that the movie is actually seeing the light of day.