A string of Hollywood stars including Sylvester Stallone and John Cusack are facing legal action over the money they made from a collapsed hedge fund for classic 1987 film Wall Street.
The pair are being sued for "unjust enrichment" after investing in the movie advisor Ken Lipper's scheme, and pulling out with huge profits ahead of its 2002 collapse over fraud.
Other not-so-lucky clients are desperate to be reimbursed the money they lost, totalling $100 million (GBP53 million), and are taking all the fortunate investors to court to pool their profits.
Julia Roberts has also been named in the suit.
Wall Street starred Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen as a young stockbroker desperate to succeed at any cost.
City Hall is a drama/thriller with most of the thrill sucked out of it. After a ridiculously convoluted opening, filled with the weak voice-over of the Deputy Mayor of New York City, Kevin Calhoun (John Cusack), we find ourselves embroiled in the world of Mayor John Pappas (Pacino). As the film opens, we find a cop and mobster killed in a shoot-out, taking with them the life of a six-year old boy.
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