However, I've heard that this kind of cheating is very common in the entertainment industry. Nye should never have agreed to a percentage of the net, as this tempts dishonest network people to overstate expenses almost without limit, shrinking the "net" down considerably.
He further should have contractually required Disney to allow an accountant of Nye's choosing unlimited access to all information relevant to this issue from the beginning. That would have taken much of the temptation of cheating away.
Or, he should have had his lawyers craft an alternative way to be paid that wouldn't allow the network to allegedly play this number game.
As it is, his attorney's fees will likely eat up a significant portion of any settlement, and Disney will ultimately settle. There's nothing the network wants less than an airing of their practices, which could cause them significant reputational damage if Nye finds the evidence he says is there.
I'm not a fan of Nye's politics, but if Disney cheated him, I hope he gets what he deserves.
Whatever the outcome, deserving leftists get screwed.ReplyDelete
You'd think that a climate genius like the 'science guy' would be clever enough to have good representation that cut him a fair contract with the Mouse House. My sense is that he was too cheap to do it the right way and the mouse boned him.ReplyDelete
Boned by the Mouse! A little too much info.Delete
Percentage of the gross....always.....and have it audited....ReplyDelete
I hope he gets what he deserves, too.ReplyDelete
Here's hoping they both lose. I have no use for either, and they're both phonies.ReplyDelete
What he deserves is a hoof in the nuts.ReplyDelete