That whole Raging Bull 2/Jake LaMotta vs. MGM lawsuit has finally come to an end - with the ruling stating that the movie, which has already been filmed and is an unofficial prequel to Martin Scorsese's original 1980 film, Raging Bull, will have to go by a different name if it is to move forward. If you recall, MGM was claiming that producers of the film were "publicly associating" Raging Bull II with the original despite having no permission to do so, and that the original film's inspiration, Jake LaMotta, had no authority to sell the rights to his second book to the production company producing Raging Bull II per a 1976 agreement that stated he was to bring any "owner-written sequels" to MGM first.

According to Vulture, the film will now be known as The Bronx Bull, and MGM will ensure that everybody knows "[the] film is not related in any way to the 1980 motion picture entitled Raging Bull, and MGM is not associated with the film in any respect." Got that, guys?

[via Vulture]