Last month we reported to you that Adrien Brody was suing the company behind Dario Argento's latest film, Giallo. The Oscar-winning actor appeared in the film, but claims he was not paid in full for his performance. So Brody took the producers to court. More after the break.
Brody claims to be owed $640,000 on the project. He sued to prevent the sale and distribution of Giallo stateside. He didn't win that battle; instead, a judge ordered that Brody's name and likeness cannot be used to sell the DVDs until he is paid in full. This includes adverts and the DVD box - on which there are two pictures of Brody. Ironically, Brody's lawsuit probably gave Argento more free press than the director has had in the last decade.