Adrien Brody isn't pulling punches any more. After shooting the 2009 crime thriller "Giallo," he's still waiting to get paid a healthy $640,000. Now, still without any payment in sight, he's sued to block the production companies from using his image to promote the film. The production companies (Hannibal Pictures & Giallo Productions Ltd.) are moving ahead anyway, with both a theatrical release and DVD sell-through of the film sans Brody's image. Click here for more about Adrien Brody's $2-million suit against the production companies.
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