The flick, produced by Martin Scorsese, follows a New York stockbroker who refuses to cooperate in a large securities fraud case involving corruption on Wall Street, corporate banking world and mob infiltration.
The New York Post reports that the film has been hit with a few different lawsuits, one in particular from Alexander Milchan, who claims that her role behind the camera was reduced. More on that.
Milchan says she reached a detailed agreement with Warner Bros. in 2007 in which she was promised $700,000 in fixed compensation and the right to produce the film. Milchan claims that when Red Granite took over “Wolf” from Warner Bros. in 2011, the new production company took on those obligations.
What a pickle.