When you take on Bruce Willis, you also take on his high-powered attorney Marty Singer, and that's not a good thing.
Three production companies filed a $4 million lawsuit against Willis on Friday, Feb. 27, alleging he walked off the set of their movie, "Three Stories About Joan." Willis was set to act in and direct the movie.
But now the plaintiffs are about to find themselves on the other side of the court room.
"Bruce will counter sue for money he is owed," Singer told RadarOnline.com exclusively.
As for the merits of the suit brought against Bruce? Singer said: "I've been practicing law for over 30 years and this is one of the most absurd frivolous suits I've ever seen."
Apparently Bruce's legal eagle will charge that the production companies didn't put the required money in escrow. No cash, no Bruce. Case closed.