10 Things Sequel Producers Sue Evan Rachel Wood

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June 5, 2014 | 9:41pm EST

The producers of a planned sequel to 10 Things I Hate About You are suing newly-single actress Evan Rachel Wood for allegedly quitting the film.
According to a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles, The Wrestler star was paid a hefty $300,000 advance to play the lead in the movie, but she apparently lost interest during a production hiatus after the producers shut the film down in January, 2013.
During the break, Wood became a first-time mom and the film bosses claim their leading lady refused to return to work when they resumed production in November, 2013 – even when the producers offered her more money.
According to TMZ.com, Wood is being sued for no less than $30 million plus damages and attorneys fees.
The suit caps a terrible few weeks for the actress – last month she and husband Jamie Bell separated.

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