Orlando Bloom's former management agency wants some of his Pirates of the Caribbean booty. The Firm, which began working with Bloom in June 2002, has sued the actor in Los Angeles Superior Court, claiming it is owed "no less than $660,000" in commissions from Bloom's work on the two upcoming Pirates sequels

According to the agency's complaint, it is entitled to a 10 percent commission from Bloom's salary from all projects negotiated for him while he was still The Firm's client, including Elizabethtown, Kingdom of Heaven and the unreleased 2004 indie film Haven.
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