Ever wonder how watches get into movies? It’s not because the actors like them. Watch companies pay big bucks for that kind of exposure, even if it’s a three second shot of a watch on Al Pacino’s hand.
According to TMZ, Tutima agreed to pay the production company for Righteous Kill $50,000 along with $1,000,000 in advertising if they showed a Tutima in the movie. The company didn’t pay up and all are angry.
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