Later, presumably after the film made a profit, Westley was given a bonus check of over $50,000, but he still feels he ought to have more. The film has made more than $100 million (after costing just $1.2 million) in theatrical revenues and is also doing well on DVD, and Elwes says he was told he'd "make more money [on Saw] than he had ever made before." Since he's not, he's claiming breech of contract. Furthermore, the lawsuit claims he should be getting more money. Yeah Cary, so should we all.
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