Governor Scott wants $20M returned from Textor’s bankrupt movie studio

Textor’s Digital Domain Media Group was known for its work on James Cameron’s “Titanic.” (Paramount Pictures)

State taxpayers, who handed out $20 million in incentives to Textor’s now-bankrupt movie studio, are being asked to dig back into their pockets to pay lawyers to try to get the money back, reports The Tampa Bay Times.

The state Department of Economic Opportunity has hired bankruptcy attorneys Sean Cork and Albert del Castillo at $540 per hour to try to reclaim money awarded in 2009 to Digital Domain Media Group.

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