A maestro writer is suing Nu Image over a 2007 Jean-Claude Van Damme film Til Death, claiming that a association unsuccessful to compensate his profit-participation fees. Moshe Daimant, who has produced several Van Damme movies, says he and his Signature Entertainment entered into a producing understanding with Nu Image in Mar 2005 and “performed day-to-day operations of a prolongation on a picture” though haven’t been paid. No people are named as defendants.
The fit (read it here) says that nonetheless Til Death “has invariably been distributed via a universe in all forms of media and continues to beget income,” Daimant has come adult short. “Plaintiffs have steady demanded that Defendants compensate a monies due underneath a Agreement though Defendants have unsuccessful and refused to do so.” The film was expelled theatrically in some territories including Israel, Japan and Mexico, according to IMDb, though went true to video in a U.S. underneath a pretension Until Death.
The suit, filed Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court, seeks vague damages, attorneys’ fees and “imposition of a common trust on a monies hold by Defendants.” John Marcin and Anthony Greco of Marcin LLP paint Daimant and Signature Entertainment in a action.