Actor Sylvester Stallone and his production company are suing Warner Brothers over the movie studio’s accounting for the 1993 movie Demolition Man.

According to Stallone’s contract, he was due 15 percent of the gross earnings of the movie once it earned over $125 million, but the suit brought by his production company, Rogue Marble Productions, alleges that the studio simply stopped reporting to it after 1997, and when explicitly asked for a profit participation report in 2014, Warner Bros. said that the movie was still $66.93 million below the payout threshold.

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