One of the planes used for the movie, a twin-engine Smith Aerostar 600, was flying from Santa Fe de Antioqia, Colombia, to Medellin when it ran into bad weather and crashed in the Andes in 2015. (Photo: 'American Made' movie trailer screentshot)

A 2015 Colombia airplane crash that killed two men and seriously injured a third during the filming of Tom Cruise’s upcoming film “American Made” has spun off a new dispute in Georgia, where one insurer has sued another seeking at least $450,000 in mounting legal bills.

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