Michael Douglas and Ex Wife in Legal Feud Over Money From Film
According to Diandra, when the two divorced in 2000 the agreement was that any sequel that Michael made to a movie that he starred in while they were together, she would be entitled to some of the money.
According to Michael’s lawyer, that isn’t exactly true and the Wall Street sequel, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, is not one of the movies that she would get a payday from. Michael’s lawyer also said that the claim needed to be filed in California, where the coupe divorced.
The two met in court in New York on Tuesday where the judge made no ruling.
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps will release in theaters next month.