Okay, Steven Seagal is a big star. He can show up late, leave early, right? And rewriting the script at whim, or bringing his big, badass star entourage to the set and letting them wreak havoc, that's okay, right? Or not. Evidently Seagal mucked up the "story logic" on Today You Die with his pretty-boy star schedule, and now he's being sued for $14 million dollars. Seems the producers didn't take too well to the screwing of their production schedules on Today you Die and Mercenary, Seagal's two latest ventures. Ooops.