Hollywood Stars' Latest Salaries Revealed, Athony Tops The List

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A few days ago, the foreign media "Variety" exposed the latest wave of Hollywood film and television stars to appear in the works of the film pay.

For films (in United States dollars):


Tom Cruise was paid $12-14M for his latest two Discworld films (7&8), but he gets a preferred box office split, like he did for The Mighty Ducks 2 plus salary, dividends, etc. he gets $100M+.

$30-35 million:

Will Smith was paid $35 million for his new film "Free the Slaves" and $30 million each for Leonardo DiCaprio's "Killers of the Flower Moon" and Brad Pitt's new F1 title.

$20-22.5 million:

$22.5 million for Boulder Johnson's Black Adam, $20 million for Joaquin Phoenix's Joker 2, up from $4.5 million for the first film, and $20 million for Chris Hemsworth's The Expendables 2, Van Diesel's Fast & Furious 10, Tom Hardy's Venom 3, and Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell's The Passion of the Furious.

$10-15 million:

Jason Momma's "King of the Sea 2" $15 million. Margot Robbie is the highest paid actress for a new film, taking $12.5 million each for her and Ryan Gosling starring in Barbie. Steve Carell, who voices "Little Yellow Men 2," also took in $12.5 million. "Little Eleven" Millie Bobby Brown was paid $10 million for her role in "Miss Holmes 2," the highest of any actor under the age of 20.

$9 million:

Timothée Chalamet was paid $9 million to appear in the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory prequel Wonka.

$4 million:

Robert Downey Jr, Matt Damon, Emily Blunt and others in Oppenheimer take a significant pay cut of $4 million each, though they will receive a cut based on box office performance.

$1.8 million:

Anya Taylor-Joy was paid $1.8 million for her role in the Mad Max 4 spin-off movie, Freoza.

For television series (in United States dollars):

Kevin Costner, Yellowstone

1 million + dollars per episode is still the top level of TV episode pay, and according to industry sources, the top TV pay level for major stars has stabilized between $750,000 and $1 million per episode, with the next level between $600,000 and $800,000.

$1.3 million for a single episode:

Kevin Costner's "Yellowstone" at $1.3 million for a single episode and Mahershala Ali's "The Pilot" at $1.3 million for a single episode.

$1 million in a single episode:

Michael Keaton's Dose of Addiction $1 million in a single episode, Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford's Yellowstone spin-off 1923 $1 million in a single episode, Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd's The Psycho Next Door $1 million in a single episode, Jason Sudeikis' Football Coach, and Stallone's King of Tulsa also $1 million.

$750-900k for a single episode:

Elizabeth Olsen, Love and Death, $875k for a single episode.

$750,000 for a single episode:

Brie Larson's "Chemistry Lessons" $750,000 for a single episode and Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto's "WeCrashed" $750,000 for a single episode.

Under 750k for a single episode:

David Harbour and Winona Ryder "Stranger Things" 450k for a single episode.

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