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Evan Rachel Wood has probably had better summers. The recently separated actress was sued today by the producer of 10 Things I Hate About Life, a proposed follow-up to the hit 1999 comedy 10 Things I Hate About You, with the plaintiff claiming that the actress collected a $300,000 retainer and then bailed on the project. According to court documents filed Thursday and obtained by E! News, 10 Things Films wants more than $30 million from the star, including at least $20 million in lost profits; $500,000 in lost financing costs; $6 million in lost investments; and $5 million in damages.

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