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Brendan Fraser had no problem whipping out the heavy artillery for the third Mummy movie. And that made some people uncomfortable.
Two former managers of a Burbank, Calif., shooting range have sued their ex-employer for wrongful termination, saying they were fired last summer after objecting to the after-hours use of leaded ammunition for special customers, when they were promised that they'd only be working with lead-free materials.
Fraser is not a party to the suit, but the plaintiffs cite an incident in July 2007 when a club exec allowed the actor "to utilize machine guns at the range using leaded ammunition" while training for his role in The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, even after one of the plaintiffs explained to the studio's weapons handler that they only permitted unleaded ammo.