Terrence Howard Sends Cease-&-Desist Letter To Producers Of His New Film
Terrence Howard has sent a cease-and-desist letter to Cinemark, Digital Ignition Entertainment, Argonaut Entertainment Partners, and others for releasing the film, Triumph, in which he stars, without his consent. Howard explains that he only agreed to appear in the film “conditioned upon the satisfaction of material monetary and non-monetary promises made by the producers, which never happened.”
Breaking Bad star RJ Mitte also appears in the movie, which follows a high school wrestler with cerebral palsy. Howard plays Mitte’s coach in the film. Triumph was released in theaters on April 30.