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DON'T MESS WITH 007

Sean Connery has filed a $17 million lawsuit against Mandalay Pictures over the shelved spy thriller End Game. Connery claims Mandalay was not able to finance the production, but strung him along for two years "in an attempt to hold themselves out to the entertainment industry as a viable production company." The erstwhile James Bond — who was to receive $17 million for the pic — alleges intentional and negligent misrepresentation, fraudulent concealment and breach of oral contract.

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Sean Connery has filed a $17 million lawsuit against Mandalay Pictures over the shelved spy thriller End Game. Connery claims Mandalay was not able to finance the production, but strung him along for two years "in an attempt to hold themselves out to the entertainment industry as a viable production company." The erstwhile James Bond — who was to receive $17 million for the pic — alleges intentional and negligent misrepresentation, fraudulent concealment and breach of oral contract.