Actor says Dario Argento project was underfunded from the start, and that producers lied to him about the project's solvency to keep him around
Actor Adrien Brody is seeking an injunction on the DVD release of the Italian horror movie "Giallo," according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The trade reports that Brody is also suing for $3 million, claiming producers for the film, which include horror maven Dario Argento, kept him from walking off the set during the early phases of production by lying to him about the project's solvency.
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