Mel Gibson's religious movie that could, The Passion of the Christ, generated more than $600 million worldwide, and now a screenwriter who worked on the film is suing for his share of the profits. Benedict Fitzgerald has brought a case against Mel and his Icon Productions, claiming he was defrauded into writing a script for a "relatively small salary," plus a pair of $75,000 bonuses and 5 percent of the grosses. Benedict alleges that Mel had said the film only had a $4-$7 million budget — and not the purported $50 million it was eventually produced for. He's suing for $5 million. George R. Hedges, an attorney for Icon, says the lawsuit is "utterly baseless and the charges are utterly baseless."