Lindsay Lohan's got more than fiancé trouble ... a filmmaker is going after her for the $10,000 he claims he gave her without getting a damn thing in return.
Matt Martin made a movie called "Little Mermaid," not the Disney one, and approached a Lindsay associate about having her pump the flick to her nearly 5 million Instagram followers.
Matt says in the legal letter, obtained by TMZ, he struck a deal with Yossi Bechor back in October after learning he often arranged deals on Lindsay's behalf. He says the deal was $10k and executive producer credit ... for LiLo to post 3 promos for his film, but 3 months rolled by without a peep.
Martin says he's reached out to team Lindsay and Yossi several times to no avail. So now he's demanding he get the dough back, or he'll sue.
We reached out to Lindsay and Yossi, so far no word back.
Being a Blood or a Crip is now a legitimate qualification for employment, because a new show is actively seeking real-life bangers who want to be TV stars.
Central Casting is staffing up for the upcoming CBS adaptation of the movie "Training Day." Specifically, they're looking for "gang member types" of actors to portray members of L.A. area street gangs during a Wednesday shoot.
CC would not elaborate on what it considers "gang member types."
The call out makes it clear that experience is not a prerequisite -- we're assuming they're referring to acting experience. Welcome to L.A. ... where anyone can be discovered.
O'Shea Jackson Jr. showed fans exactly what it looks like to be beaten to a pulp ... only thing is, the actor didn't feel any pain.
Jackson Jr. posted the video of his mug covered in bruises Monday night, leaving many to believe he'd gotten attacked. However, sources close to the actor tell us he's just fine and the bruising was only makeup from an upcoming movie he's in the middle of shooting.
From one of the guys who brought you, "Franks and beans!" and "Is that hair gel?" ... comes a kick-ass home tucked away in the hills over Los Angeles.
Frank Beddor, who was a producer on "There's Something About Mary" -- and wrote "Hatter Madigan: Ghost in the Hatbox" -- is selling his crib in L.A.'s chill Los Feliz neighborhood.
Our real estate sources say the 4 bed, 4 bath pad is listed for $6.495 million. It looks like a relaxing lake house from the outside, and inside features Brazilian walnut floors and tinted concrete counters. There's also a huge guesthouse.
We know Aileen Comora from The Agency is repping Frank -- but we still have no clue how the beans got above the frank.
The three elementary school teachers who reworked the "Ghostbusters" theme for the new movie are about to get some green dumped on them, but it's not slime.
No Small Children -- drummer Nicola Berlinsky, singer Joanie Pimentel and her sister/guitarist Lisa -- just scored a deal with RCA for their punk rock overhaul, which plays during the film credits.
It's an amazing story ... the 3 decided to start NSC 4 years ago during recess at their North Hollywood school. Last Halloween, they dressed up as Ghostbusters and played their version of the theme song during a club gig. They decided to record it and got it to the film's composer, Teddy Shapiro, whose kid happens to be a student at their 9 to 5.
NSC didn't think they had a shot after hearing big-name musicians were also up for the gig, but got the call ... GHOSTBUSTERS!
Check out the video ... the trio's going places, and hiring!!! But don't worry kids, they'll be back with a syllabus in the fall.
Screenwriting duo and real-life couple Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz are proof words have great worth ... they're selling their Brentwood home for $15.9 million!
Willard and Gloria were Hollywood all-stars in the '70s and '80s ... with film credits that include "American Graffiti" and "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom." They also worked on the 'Star Wars' franchise.
The home's around 5,200 square feet, but the steep price is more about acreage ... 1.45 in the pricey Mandeville Canyon area of West L.A.
The couple is repped by Cindy Ambuehl at The Agency.
Leslie Jones is in the middle of a social media uproar after Twitter shut down the writer Leslie blames for touching off a storm of racist hate against her.
Milo Yiannopoulos -- a tech editor for the conservative news site Breitbart -- got banned after Leslie went back and forth with him and his followers over a very mean review Milo wrote about "Ghostbusters." We say "mean" because he called Leslie ... "worthy of a minstrel show."
Leslie's exchange with Milo and her followers included several trolls comparing her to a gorilla.