Lynch Law


by Willow Green |
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David Lynch can expect to receive a payment of more than $6.5 million for doing nothing, following a court case in the US. A federal judge found the French film company CIBY 2000 in breach of contract with Lynch, who signed a three-film contract with them in 1993. He made one film for them - Lost Highway, in 1997 - but they have pulled out of the deal. Now the judge has ordered them to pay him the originally agreed amounts anyway - $3 million for the second film and $3.5 million for the third.

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