United Talent Agency's suit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court claims Snipes, 44, orally agreed to give the firm a 10 percent cut of his $13 million salary for "Blade: Trinity," as well as similar cuts for "Middle Man," "The Shooter" and "Chaos," E! Online reported.
UTA, which no longer represents Snipes, said it was paid only $716,690 for the third "Blade" film and is still owed $10,000 for "Chaos" as well as $400,000 from "Middle Man" and $500,000 from "The Shooter."
The latter titles are three of the eight films Snipes currently has in pre- or post-production, E! said.
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