A New Line Cinema project page looks to have been hijacked by a student film

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A long-gestating project called "The Man From Nowhere" gained traction and was acquired by New Line Cinema in 2018, after being in limbo for years at another studio.
https://deadline.com/2018/11/john-wick-creator-derek-kolstad-adapting-south-korea-blockbuster-the-man-from-nowhere-1202494117/

Unfortunately, it would appear as though somebody recently mistook that page for something different and essentially cannibalized the original IMDb page for this student project that has no relation whatsoever.
https://tmumane.com/1644/art-and-entertainment/man-from-nowhere-production-tackles-father-son-story-with-a-twist/

Here is the page in question: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2304969

Could the original title be restored and this student project transferred over to a separate page?
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Sam

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Sam

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I'm bumping this thread, as it has yet to be addressed.
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Ed Jones(XLIX)

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Sam. Not seeing what your talking about...
Could you elaborate.
What part of this relates to a Student project?
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Sam

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The second link I provided states that its production staff is by the director's film students. Likewise, the synopses are completely different, as are the listed production companies. Obviously, they're completely different projects and the original page for the long-gestating film was hijacked by Matt Green's.
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Sam

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Even if Green's project isn't a student film, they are clearly completely separate projects, with the recent one hijacking the page. They need to be split, with the original page restored.
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