Actors who took hollywood studios to court
Gerard Butler - Gerard Butler is another A-lister who took his studio to court for stiffing him on the profits.
Robin Williams -
In 2008, the late Robin Williams sued the production company Frank and Beans over a movie he was contracted to make with them.
Richard Gere -
Richard Gere sued a production company for extortion in 2018.
Sylvester Stallone - Sylvester Stallone made a cameo appearance in the 1997 movie 'The Good Life.' Stallone sued the producers for breach of contract and requested US$20 million in damages.
Sharon Stone - Sharon Stone was all set to play the lead in 'Basic Instincts 2,' but the producers decided to sack the project.
Raquel Welch -
Raquel Welch took MGM Studios to the cleaners when they fired her from the 1982 movie 'Cannery Row.'
James Gandolfini - He reportedly started a legal battle with HBO in 2003, at the height of the show's success.
Crispin Glover -
Crispin Glover was one of the central characters of the first 'Back to the Future' movie in 1985, but he wasn't invited back for the sequel.
Tim Hutton and Mary Steenburgen - Hutton and Steenburgen claimed that MGM broke their contracts, and they both filed separate claims against the studio.