The three men who 35 years ago kidnapped Frank Sinatra Jr. won't be profiting from a movie about the crime - for now anyway.

Sinatra has obtained a court order that temporarily prevents Columbia Pictures from paying the three men for their story, his lawyer, James H. Walsworth, said Tuesday. The order was issued a week ago.Sinatra, 54, filed a lawsuit July 8 against Barry Keenan, Joseph Amsler and John Irwin, convicted in the 1963 kidnapping of the late singer's only son.