Movie stars might not be able to command fees as high as they did in the ‘90s but, judging from this list, there’s still a select few who command huge fees. Variety has published a list of the highest-paid actors and how they break down their fees. At the top of the list is Daniel Craig, who will receive $25 million USD for Bond 25, which will be released in 2019.
Next up on the list is Dwayne Johnson, who will received $22 million USD for Red Notice, which includes a $1 million USD fee for social media promotion on Twitter and Facebook. Coming up close behind is Vin Diesel, who earned $20 million USD for The Fate of the Furious. Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence and Seth Rogen all earned $15 million USD for performances for Barbie, Red Sparrow and Flarsky respectively. Take a look at the full list below.
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Daniel Craig: Bond 25 (2019) – $25M USD
Dwayne Johnson: Red Notice (2020) – $22M USD
Vin Diesel: The Fate of the Furious (2017) – $20M USD
Anne Hathaway: Barbie (2020) – $15M USD
Jennifer Lawrence: Red Sparrow (2018) – $15M USD
Seth Rogen: Flarsky (2019) – $15M USD
Tom Cruise: The Mummy (2017) – $11-$13M USD
Harisson Ford: Indiana Jones 5 (2020) – $10-$12M USD
Sandra Bullock: Minions (2015) – $10M USD
Leonardo Dicaprio: Once Upon a Time In Hollywood (2019) – $10M USD
Robert Downey Jr.: Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) – $10M USD
Kevin Hart: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) – $10M USD
Chris Pratt: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018) – $10M USD
Emily Blunt: Jungle Cruise (2019) – $8-$10M USD
Bryce Dallas Howard: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018) – $8M USD
Tom Hardy: Venom (2018) – $7M USD
Ryan Gosling: First Man (2018) – $6.5M USD
Jack Black: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) – $5M USD
Michael B. Jordan: Creed 2 (2018) – $3-$4M USD
Ethan Hawke: The Purge (2013) – $2M USD
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