A Rundown of Hollywood Salaries...

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"Variety" has put out a 'sampling' of Hollywood salaries, which includes both upcoming movies and ones that are already out.  The point of the article is that big-name actors are still making bank, but it's mostly when they're involved in successful movie franchises like Marvel.

 

It's not like the '90s, when actors like Julia Roberts, Will Smith, Tom Hanks, and Jim Carrey could command $20 million for any movie they starred in . . . even a random action movie or romantic comedy.

 

Here are some of the salaries they listed . . .

 

1.  Daniel Craig, "Bond 25" (2019), $25 million

2.  Dwayne Johnson, "Red Notice" (2020), $22 million

3.  Vin Diesel, "The Fate of the Furious" (2017), $20 million

4.  Anne Hathaway, "Barbie" (2020), $15 million

5.  Jennifer Lawrence, "Red Sparrow" (2018), $15 million

6.  Seth Rogen, "Flarsky" (2019), $15 million

7.  Tom Cruise, "The Mummy" (2017), $11 to $13 million

8.  Harrison Ford, "Indiana Jones 5" (2020), $10 to $12 million

9.  Sandra Bullock, "Minions" (2015), $10 million

10.  Leonardo DiCaprio, "Once Upon a Time In Hollywood" (2019), $10 million, which "Variety" says is half his rate.  He took a pay-cut to do it.

11.  Robert Downey Jr., "Spider-Man: Homecoming" (2017), $10 million, which is a 'discounted' rate, because he only had 15 minutes of screen time.

12.  Kevin Hart, "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" (2017), $10 million

13.  Chris Pratt, "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" (2018), $10 million

14.  Emily Blunt, "Jungle Cruise" (2019), $8 to $10 million

15.  Bryce Dallas Howard, "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" (2018), $8 million

 

There are other ways contracts are different now than 20 years ago. 

 

Like, The Rock asks for an additional fee of $1 million to talk about the movie on social media.  And that might be worth it because he has 105 million Instagram followers and over 57 million followers on Facebook. 

 

(Variety)

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