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Steven Seagal sued for delaying films

Actor allegedly showed up late for shoots, left early
/ Source: The Associated Press

Steven Seagal has been sued for $14 million for allegedly delaying production on two movies.

Seagal showed up late and left early while shooting “Today You Die” and “Mercenary,” routinely rewrote and changed scripts on the set, and brought an entourage that interfered with film crews, alleged a lawsuit filed Monday in Superior Court by Kill Master Productions and its sales agent, Nu Image.

The 54-year-old actor is best known for his martial-arts moves in films such as “Under Siege” and “Exit Wounds.”

A message left with Gerry Harrington, who has served as Seagal’s manager, wasn’t immediately returned Wednesday night.

In one instance, Seagal allegedly arrived 45 minutes late while filming “Today You Die” and left the location 3½ hours early.

Because of his actions, planned scenes were never shot, leaving the movie with a “material and irreparable problem with story logic,” according to the lawsuit, which also seeks unspecified damages.