A three second shot of Al Pacino's wrist watch in the movie "Righteous Kill" has ignited a serious war -- and now the time has come for a lawsuit.
The production company behind the flick claims they got the screw job from a watch company that allegedly promised to fork over a ton of cash in exchange for a close up shot of their watch on Pacino's wrist.
In the suit, filed today in L.A. County Superior Court, Millennium Films claims they delivered the shot -- but that Tutima USA watch company never paid up the arranged $50,000 fee AND the additional $1,000,000 in advertising they allegedly said they would buy.
No one at Tutima was available for comment.
Al Pacino's Watch
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1/21/2009 10:28 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF
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