Following a ruling in favor of a South Dakota sculptor by the state's Supreme Court,
actor Kevin Costner may be required to compensate her for her work.For a planned Deadwood resort called "The Dunbar,"
in 1994, the movie star hired Rapid City artist Peggy Detmers to produce bronze statues of buffalo ,
and Lakota warriors as an homage to Costner's character's last name in the Best Picture-winning ,
movie "Dances with Wolves."The Dunbar was supposed to host the sculpture exhibition,
but the resort idea failed. In 2008, Detmers filed a lawsuit against Costner asking the court to order ,
Costner switched from the Dunbar project to a tourism destination named Tatanka,