Washington: Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart made quite a fortune after starring in the 'Twilight' franchise.
According to E! Online, film's financer Goldcrest Film Distribution has sued Summit Entertainment studio for not giving them a portion of the worldwide revenues generated by the four installments.
Now, court documents have revealed that the talent, including Pattinson and Stewart, was granted a total of 6 million dollars in additional retroactive bonuses, which meant that the hunky star was to receive a 300,000 dollar bonus.
According to the suit, the studio amended the existing 2007 Twilight agreements to include additional retroactive bonuses, which meant that they were given 2.5 million dollar each.
In addition to this, the actors will get more once the producers distribute 11.5 million dollars to actors, writers and other talent stemming from DVD sales.