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In the five albums prior to 2007′s Eat Me, Drink Me, shock rocker Marilyn Manson established himself as a force to be reckoned with, a musician guaranteed to offend and completely refusing to abide by any rules set forth by anyone else, and committing a full on assault on the religious right wing .
In each of the different eras prior to this one, Manson and Co. did a hell of a job reinventing themselves, from the Satanic rock of 1994′s Portrait of An American Family, to a Messiah-like figure with 1996′s Antichrist Superstar and so on. After the glam rock feel of 1998′s Mechanical Animals, the angry as hell Holy Wood, and the industrial-tinged rock feel of 2003′s Golden Age of the Grotesque, a lot of people were curious which avenues were left to explore, and wondering if Manson had in time, lost his steam. He had gotten married, settled »
- Jerry Smith
“Think Like a Man Too” producers Will Packer and Rob Hardy are being sued by a former business partner who owned approximately 33% of their company Rainforest Films, according to court documents obtained by TheWrap. Bronner Brothers president/CEO Bernard Bronner invested more than $500,000 to help Packer and Hardy launch Rainforest, in addition to helping them raise more than $250,000 for the company. It was Bronner's initial investment in Rainforest's “Trois” that led to the company's continued success with box office hits such as “Stomp the Yard,” “Obsessed” and “Takers.” Also read: Evan Rachel Wood Sued for $30 Million for Leaving '10 »
- Jeff Sneider
In its first season, HBO's True Blood was one of the best guilty-pleasure shows on TV. Not only did it make for great water-cooler entertainment, but it also helped usher in the vampire-craze wave that eventually culminated in movies like The Twilight Saga taking over the universe, The Vampire Diaries punching up the CW, and Dark Shadows getting a big-screen reboot (albeit a terrible one). There was a time when you couldn't hit the Jersey shore without seeing someone wearing a shirt that said "Fangbanger" on it.
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Movie News - Big money is being sought from actress Evan Rachel Wood over a contract dispute - she is being sued for $30 million over a contract dispute. The 26-year-old actress - who announced her split from husband Jamie Bell last week - was dealt another blow as producers on '10 Things I Hate About Life', a sequel to hit 1999 comedy '10 Things I Hate About You', have filed a lawsuit against her for allegedly quitting the movie and breaching her contract. The suit from 10 Things Film LLC claims Wood accepted a $300,000 advance for a lead role, but then ''seemingly changed her mind about appearing in the film during principle photography, ultimately refusing without any legal justification to fulfill her contractual obligations and instead opting to walk out on the project''. However, the actress' lawyers have hit back at the ''preposterous'' lawsuit, insisting it is the producers who are »
Evan Rachel Wood is reportedly being sued for $30 million (£18 million).
Producers claim the actress agreed to star as the lead role in 10 Things I Hate About Life and was paid $300,000 upfront.
However, it is alleged that Wood didn't return to the production when filming resumed after a ten month hiatus last November.
Producers filed a 10-page suit asking the actress to pay attorney fees and damages on top of the sum.
Speaking to Deadline, a spokesperson for the actress described the lawsuit as "preposterous" and a "bullying tactic from financially troubled producers".
"The production shut down in February 2013 when the producers ran out of money," the spokesperson continued. "Even after that, Evan agreed to resume production in Nov. 2013 by which time the producers said they would have cleared up their issues.
"However, the producers still could not get their act together, nor did they pay Evan money that was owed. »
Producers are suing Evan Rachel Wood for $30 million after the actress allegedly dropped out of a planned 10 Things I Hate About You sequel – 10 Things I Hate About Life.
Evan Rachel Wood Sued For $30 Million
According to the lawsuit, Wood accepted a $300,000 retainer for the project, reported E! News, who obtained the court documents. The producers claimed they were owed $20 million for lost profits; $500,000 for lost financing; $6 million for lost investments; and $5 million for damages.
The suit read, “[Woods] "seemingly changed her mind about desiring to complete the film during principal photography, ultimately refusing without any legal justification to fulfill her contractual obligations and instead opting to walk out on the project."
A rep for Woods has already shot down the allegations in the lawsuit, claiming that it was the producers – not Woods – who breached their contract.
"The lawsuit is preposterous and simply a bullying tactic from financially troubled producers," the rep told E! »
Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas have filed for divorce, a representative for the couple confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. Married in 1996, they have one daughter together, Stella, who will turn 18 in September. "We have thoughtfully and consensually decided to finalize our almost 20 years of marriage in a loving and friendly manner, honoring and respecting each other, our family and friends and the beautiful time we have spent together," explained Griffith and Banderas in a joint statement to THR via their representative. Story: Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell Separate Legal documents filed on behalf of Griffith by attorney
- Debbie Emery
Benedict Cumberbatch punched a journalist to defend Keira Knightley - BuzzFeed Watch Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner pole dance - Us Weekly Tim McGraw and Faith Hill share major Pda on stage - Et Matthew McConaughey wants to be in True Detective again - HuffPost Celebrity You have to see this star's impression of "Baby One More Time" - People Can you choose between Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert? - Gossip Girl Rachel McAdams and Jake Gyllenhaal had dinner together - Lainey Gossip Evan Rachel Wood is being sued for $30 million - Hollywood Reporter Kirsten Dunst goes topless - TooFab How are The Fault in Our Stars' reviews so far? - Rotten Tomatoes Bethenny Frankel settles her custody dispute with her ex-husband - Wonderwall Here's how Katy Perry attracts men - The Frisky Source: Getty / Dave Hogan »
- Alyse Whitney
Evan Rachel Wood is being sued for $30 million after dropping out of the film 10 Things I Hate About Life, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Wood was paid $300,000 to star in the 10 Things I Hate About You follow-up, but then the actress "seemingly changed her mind about appearing in the film during principle photography, ultimately refusing without any legal justification to fulfill her contractual obligations and instead opting to walk out on the project," the lawsuit claims.
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- Sadie Gennis
Evan Rachel Wood is not having the best month. Just a week after a rep for the actress and estranged husband Jamie Bell confirmed exclusively to Us Weekly that the couple had split, Wood is being sued by producers of 10 Things I Hate About Life for allegedly backing out of the movie last year. According to Deadline Hollywood, 10 Things Film LLC filed a suit on Thursday, June 5, claiming that the True Blood actress breached contract by refusing to appear in the flick, a sequel [...] »
Evan Rachel Wood was sued by the producer of 10 Things I Hate About Life for bailing out on the project after collecting a $300,000 retainer.
A rep for Woods, meanwhile, calls the lawsuit "preposterous."
"The lawsuit is preposterous and simply a bullying tactic from financially troubled producers," the rep said in a statement to E! News. "The production shut down in February 2013 when the producers ran out of money. Even after that, Evan agreed to resume production in Nov. 2013, by which time the producers said they would have cleared up their issues.
Evan Rachel Wood has been sued, alongside As You Wish Productions, Inc., by 10 Things Films, LLC for breach of contract. The suit alleges that the actress walked out during principal photography on the film “10 Things I Hate About Life.” As You Wish Productions is the organization that provided Wood's services for the film. Also read: Alessandro Nivola, Vera Farmiga, Evan Rachel Wood to Star in Joe Berlinger's True Crime Tale (Exclusive) According to the legal document, Wood accepted and retained $300,000 for her work, and then “seemingly changed her mind” about completing the film, ultimately refusing to do so. The. »
- Jason Hughes
Evan Rachel Wood has probably had better summers. The recently separated actress was sued today by the producer of 10 Things I Hate About Life, a proposed follow-up to the hit 1999 comedy 10 Things I Hate About You, with the plaintiff claiming that the actress collected a $300,000 retainer and then bailed on the project. According to court documents filed Thursday and obtained by E! News, 10 Things Films wants more than $30 million from the star, including at least $20 million in lost profits; $500,000 in lost financing costs; $6 million in lost investments; and $5 million in damages. A rep for Woods, meanwhile, calls the lawsuit "preposterous." "The lawsuit is preposterous and »
But the actress has brushed off the suit, filed in Los Angeles Super Court, asserting that the suit is “preposterous” and that she stopped working after the producers had failed to pay her.
The production company 10 Things Films LLC today filed the suit Thursday in state court in Los Angeles, alleging a breach of written agreement and breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing.
Along with Wood, the suit also named As You Wish Productions, a loan out company that provides Wood’s professional services.
“Plaintiff has suffered significant and extensive damages and financial harm, including, but not limited to, the loss of, a minimum, $6 million equity investments, costs and related expenses in the Picture, financing costs and expenses in the amount of, »
- Dave McNary
Evan Rachel Wood is being sued for $30 million by the producers of 10 Things I Hate About Life, who claim that she breached her contract when she pulled out of the production. The Wrestler star was allegedly paid $300,000 for the lead role but then "seemingly changed her mind about appearing in the film during principle photography, ultimately refusing without any legal justification to fulfill her contractual obligations and instead opting to walk out on the project," according to the lawsuit that was filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday by 10 Films LLC.
- Debbie Emery
Evan Rachel Wood is reportedly being sued for $30 million for allegedly bailing on a sequel to 10 Things I Hate About You. As Gossip Cop previously reported, the actress signed on to star as the lead in a spinoff called 10 Things I Hate About Life, and the lawsuit says she was given an advance payment of $300,000. Find out what allegedly went wrong. »
- Shari Weiss
Evan Rachel Wood has more than 10 reasons to hate the movie "10 Things I Hate About You" ... because TMZ has learned she is being sued for a whopping $30 million for bailing on her part in the sequel.According to a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, Wood was paid $300,000 in advance to play the lead in "10 Things I Hate About Life." In the suit, the producers claim they had to shut down production in January »
- TMZ Staff
The Maui Film Festival kicked off on Wednesday, and lots of our favorite stars are flocking to Hawaii for fun, sun, and, of course, movies. So far, we've spotted Lupita Nyong'o and Emma Roberts, who have both made time to hit the beach in between press duties; Oscar winner Lupita shared a snap of herself putting her bikini body on display during a day at the beach, while Emma stuck close to her fiancé, Evan Peters, during a romantic stroll by the water. Other stars who have popped up for the festivities include Evan Rachel Wood, who made her first public appearance since announcing her split from husband Jamie Bell last week, and Magic Mike star Joe Manganiello, who we are really hoping to see shirtless sometime soon. Keep reading for all the latest from the Maui Film Festival, and check back as we update you on all the fun through the weekend. »
- Brittney Stephens
Emma Roberts is soaking up the sun in Hawaii! The American Horror Story: Coven actress posed for a picture on the beach while sunning herself in the Aloha State Wednesday. "Wish you were here," the 23-year-old star wrote in the Instagram caption. Roberts modeled Bikini Thief's $68 "Lucy Vincent" string two-piece, which features a seaweed pattern. The actress is in town for this weekend's Maui Film Festival, where she'll be given the Shining Star Award. Joe Manganiello, Lupita Nyong'o, Evan Rachel Wood and Shep Gordon will also be honored. Before then, however, Roberts is enjoying some quality time with her co-star and fiancé Evan Peters. On Wednesday »
Jen Kleiner, the director of “Nina Quebrada,” is writing the script.
The book, published in 2007 by Crown, centers on a female patient Baer treated who created 17 different versions of herself — men, women, young boys, a toddler, nurturing, prim, licentious — to survive. The Chicago psychiatrist eventually learned that the patient had been a victim of sexual abuse.
“Switching Time” is described as the first story centering on multiple personality disorder to be told by the treating physician.
Magnani is also producing “18 Wheel Butterfly” with Evan Rachel Wood attached to star.
- Dave McNary
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