Lawsuits over proposed Bruce Willis film dismissed

Los Angeles: Court records show dueling lawsuits between Bruce Willis and three film companies over a failed film project have been dismissed.

The companies sued Willis for $4 million in March 2009, alleging he broke a contract to direct a film titled "Three Stories About Joan." Willis countersued for nearly $9 million a few days later, claiming the companies failed to show they had the money for the project on time.

Court filings in Los Angeles show the cases were dismissed Monday. No additional details were provided, and attorneys for Willis and the companies, Foresight Unlimited, Signature Entertainment Group and Three Stories Productions, did not immediately return phone messages seeking comment.

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