Tommy Lee Jones Appeals $2M Agency Win In ‘No Country For Old Men’ Dispute—Here’s Today’s Buzz

via Business Insider: 

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  • Tommy Lee Jones is appealing agency WME’s $1.95 million win in a “No Country For Old Men” commission battle. The actor today filed an appeal of the state Labor Commissioner’s recent ruling in favor of his former agency William Morris Endeavor after Jones accused WME and his former agen of failing to communicate that Paramount Pictures was willing to pay $1 million in upfront fees for the actor to appear in the film, according to court filings. Instead, Jones’ agent agreed to a lesser amount of front-end payment of $750,000. And Jones isn’t happy about it.
  • Lindsay Lohan is voting for Mitt Romney, telling E! last night, “I just think employment is really important right now … So, as of now, Mitt Romney. As of now.” Lohan explains her choice by saying, “It’s a long story,” but didn’t elaborate.
  • Rapper Nelly‘s tour bus was raided in Texas and police found heroin, weed and a loaded gun. Nelly and several others were reportedly detained while authorities investigated, but eventually a passenger named Brian Keith Jones admitted the drugs and weapon all belonged to him.

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