A film about the life of Dionne Warwick has been shelved.

The singer has withdrawn from talks with producer Scott Rudin after accusing him of bullying and assault,

TMZ

reports

Thursday.

Rudin, who has also produced

No Country for Old Men

,

School of Rock

,

Zoolander

,

The Truman Show

and

The Social Network

, among others, has been accused of bullying and assaulting his employees.

He is said to have thrown various objects at his colleagues, who were injured in the process.

He would also show sexist and racist behavior.

Warwick (80), known for hits such as

I Say a Little Prayer

,

Heartbreaker

and

I'll Never Love This Way Again

, and her team do not want to work with Rudin for the time being and wait to see how it goes. According to sources, Rudin had been preparing the film since January and had already hired lyricists.