13 November 2012 12:38 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Crew members and vendors on the thwarted Gerard Butler thriller "Motor City" are angry that two months after the production abruptly shut down they still have not been paid about $500,000 in overdue bills. According to documents obtained by TheWrap, "Motor City"s' debts range from sums as low as $50 to nearly six figures. Among other outstanding bills are more than $88,000 owed to the city of Atlanta, $22,000 to second-unit director Charles Parish, $8,434 to Sycamore Communications Corporation, $2,200 to Congo Transportation Company and $555 to Burban Rentals. Also read: Indie Film »

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