A California district court has blocked the U.S. release of Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor's film I Love You Phillip Morris due to a dispute between producers and distributors.
EuropaCorp, a French studio, claims Consolidated Pictures Group owes it $3 million, according to BBC News. Consolidated purchased the film after a positive screening at the Sundance Film Festival in 2009.
The dark comedy, which was to be released in July, will now hit screens in October. The film was originally scheduled by Consolidated for a February 12 release, which was changed to March 26, then April 30, then July 30, according to Deadline.com.
In the film Carrey plays a man who goes on a crime spree, and after he's caught, meets the love of his life, played by McGregor, in prison.