Sylvester Stallone is taking executives at Warner Bros. to court after alleging they withheld profits from his film Demolition Man.
The Oscar-winner claims he was denied his rightful percentage of the action film’s box office and home video cash, and on Wednesday (12April17), Sly and his production company partners at Rogue Marble filed a suit against Warner Bros., the company behind the 1992 release.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the star maintains there was a breach of contract, in which he was cheated out of earnings he was entitled to.
“The motion picture studios are notoriously greedy,” the complaint reads. “This one involves outright and obviously intentional dishonesty perpetrated against an international iconic talent.”
The exact amount the 70-year-old is seeking is not known.