So back in 2012, credits for a pre-released version of a film were incorrect and this version was handed out to actors for their reel. The credits had my clients managers name against the role in the screen credits and not the actors (similar names). Minor issue which was corrected in the final version of the film ready for release.
The pre-release version of the film was never publically released. However IMDB claims that it was shown on vimeo/youtube, and so have a screenshot of this (apparently) showing the wrong credits and has opted to take the bootleg version of the film as the official credits instead of the actual film.
Despite numerous requests, they have not corrected these.. anyone know a way this can be fixed??? I doubt they would credit a Hollywood film on a draft copy of the film that was bootlegged, I don't understand why this issue is so hard for them to fix given the only public copy of the film has correct credits on it.