Million dollar salaries of A-list Hollywood stars revealed

ANI
ANI14 September 2013

Washington, Sept. 14 (ANI): Not only do A-list celebs demand tens of millions of dollars just for one role in one movie, but they also get paid pretty heavily to endorse products for companies.

Beyonce made 50 million dollars just from her Pepsi contract and Robert Pattinson gets at least 12 million dollars over three years from fashion house Dior to represent its Dior Homme fragrance, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Breaking down the salaries of some of Hollywood's biggest stars, Pattinson and his former girlfriend Kristen Stewart earned 20 million dollars each for the final film in the Twilight Saga, and actress Angelina Jolie could also join the 20 million dollar club if she signs on for 'Salt 2'.

Other stars in the 20 million dollar club are Daniel Radcliffe and his Hogwarts buddies Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, who raked in 20 million dollars each for the last Harry Potter installment, and Denzel Washington, who made that amount for the movie 2 Guns.

Bond-actor Daniel Craig could also join the elite club if he films the next James Bond thriller.

The list revealed that Sir Robert Downey Jr. is the highest-paid actor, who netted an estimated 50 million dollars for Iron Man 3 and is also getting 12 million dollars over two years to promote mobile company HTC in Taiwan. (ANI)

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