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A federal district judge in Los Angeles has ruled that the makers of the film, Giallo, are not allowed to use Adrien Brody’s likeness until the Oscar winner is fully paid for his performance, according to the Associated Press. Brody had previously attempted to stop the sale of the film, claiming he was still owed $640,000 for his role as an FBI agent hunting a serial killer in Italy, but it was ultimately released straight-to-DVD. The court injunction could make it difficult to market and distribute the film unless the parties come to some resolution.