Whilst Paramount prep the fifth installment in their ever weakening found footage 'Paranormal Activity' franchise filmmaker Mike Costanza, responsible for 2002's horror feature 'The Collingswood Story', has decided to sue the studio and producers of 'Paranormal Activity 4'. It seems the writer/director has filed the suit at the LA Superior Court claiming that certain elements used in PA4 were submitted by himself to the studio in 2010 including material relating to teen webcam chats etc. He believes that the paranormal sequel is almost identical to that of his Collingswood story and is suing for unspecified damages. 'Paranormal Activity 4' was helmed by Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost and starred Kathryn Newton ('Bad Teacher') and Matt Shively ('True Jackson, VP').
"All of the activity has led to this. When Katie disappeared with her nephew Hunter, there were no survivors. Five years later she's returned with a mysterious boy, ready to target new victims with her demonic rage. Now, a family's young daughter will capture every one of the terrifying occurrences, beginning with her new neighbours' arrival."