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Twentieth Century Fox has fired back at the angry co-stars in "Borat" who have sued to have the hit comedy pulled from theaters, describing their lawsuit as a "fatuous" attempt to thwart free speech.
Plaintiffs may claim that they were tricked "into making fools out of themselves" and becoming "unsuspecting players" in the movie, the studio said in opposing the request. "They never contend ... that bigoted and misogynistic statements were put into their mouths."