(Los Angeles-AP) -- A Web firm that helps people exchange music and video files over the Internet has been slapped with a lawsuit by Hollywood studios and record companies. The entertainment firms have charged Scour with ``global piracy of copyrighted motion pictures and sound recordings.''
Among the movies the suit claims can be downloaded from Scour are ``Gladiator,'' ``Mission Impossible Two,'' and ``The X-Men.'' None of the films has even made it to DVD format yet. Scour has attracted big name investors including former Disney executive Michael Ovitz.