Adrien Brody reaches settlement for "Giallo"
Los Angeles, CA -- Adrien Brody, Three-Seven Entertainment, Giallo Productions Limited, and Hannibal Pictures are pleased to announce that they have reached an amicable agreement and settlement in the legal dispute concerning the distribution of the film GIALLO directed by Dario Argento. Also involved in the announcement is the film's U.S. Distributor, Maya Entertainment. With the dispute as to payment of the remaining portion of Brody's acting services compensation now resolved, and with Brody's approval, the parties plan to move forward with the immediate release of the picture. Producer Richard Rionda Del Castro of Hannibal Pictures, the worldwide sales agent for the film, says, "I am glad to put this behind us and move forward with Adrien on the release of the film." He adds, "We greatly enjoyed working with Adrien Brody, who was not only the star of the film, but was a creative guiding force and a faithful production partner. We are immensely satisfied to be able to come to a settlement and I thank Adrien for his efforts and patience." In response to the settlement of his claims, Adrien Brody stated: "I very much enjoyed the process of making GIALLO, and I am happy that things have been resolved and that people can now enjoy seeing the film." Giallo Productions Limited is represented by Raymond Hamrick and Martin J. Barab of Hamrick and Evans, LLP. Three-Seven Entertainment, Inc and Adrien Brody are represented by Martin D. Singer, Evan N. Spiegel and Andrew B. Brettler of Lavely & Singer Professional Corporation. ###