Spike Jonze should have an easy go at this lawsuit ... filed by 2 men who claim the famed director stole their screenplay when Jonze created "Her."
Sachin Gadh and Jonathan Sender claim in their suit they wrote a screenpay called "Belv" back in 2011 and submitted it to CAA. They were told the agency -- which reps Jonze -- didn't accept unsolicited scripts.
Cut to 2013, when to their horror they saw "Her" and also claim they saw their own work on the screen.
Here are the alleged similarities:
-- In both "Her" and "Belv" the main character carries around the love interest in his front shirt pocket.
-- Both "Her" and "Belv" examine the human psyche through interactions between the character and the computer.
-- The main character in "Her" is heartbroken after a failed relationship and seeks solace in a computer. In "Belv" a cell phone comes to life after a microwave mishap and becomes a witty wing man for dating (We report, but don't necessarily buy).
It sounds like these guys will be thrown out of court. Then again, O.J. was found not guilty.