Judge grants freezing order over Vikings makers’ assets as court battle rages on
Film and TV producers Morgan O’Sullivan and James Flynn are locked in a bitter dispute with fellow shareholders in Octagon Films
A judge has ordered a freeze on assets of film and TV producers Morgan O’Sullivan and James Flynn as part of a bitter ongoing legal battle.
O’Sullivan and Flynn, two of Ireland’s best-known film and TV industry figures, are locked in dispute with a fellow shareholder in their Octagon Films production company, whose credits include hit series such as Vikings, Love/Hate and Penny Dreadful.
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