Celadon licensed the show to Disney, seeking a 50-50 profits split. Using "Hollywood Accounting" (link to great Wikipedia article on the practice). Disney managed to pocket $269.2 million that it owed to a licensor, according to a jury.
A percentage of the net profits is considered in Hollywood to be a percentage of nothing, since studios simply make up the math to always eliminate net profits by funnelling these monies to their friends.
Nice to see that a jury saw through it all...
Disney-Celador Lawsuit Verdict: Disney Ordered To Pay 'Millionaire' Makers $269.2 Million
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