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Bryce Dallas Howard Says He Earned Far Less Than Chris Pratt For “Jurassic World”

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Actress Bryce Dallas Howard commented on rumors that her pay for the “Jurassic World” franchise was lower than Chris Pratt’s for the same job.

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According to information published in Variety magazine in 2018, she was paid $ 8 million for the second film, Fallen Kingdom, while he received $ 10 million. But, in reality, the reality was much worse.

“I get paid a lot less than the rumors say, a lot,” she said in an interview with Business Insider.

“When I started negotiating for ‘Jurassic’, it was 2014 and in a different world, I was at a huge disadvantage. Unfortunately, you have to sign a contract for three films and the deal is done,” explained the actress.

He said he talked to Chris Pratt, who then offered to ask for equal pay on the extra contracts, which include rides, games and rides in Universal’s parks. “He literally told me: you don’t have to do anything, I’ll negotiate everything. We’ll be paid the same and you don’t even have to think about it.”

“I love him so much for doing this. Really, because I got paid a lot more for those things than for the movie,” Howard added.

In recent years, actresses have been talking about the gender pay gap in Hollywood. Last year, Kirsten Dunst said the difference between her and Tobey Maguire’s salary in “Spider-Man” was “extreme”. “I didn’t even think about it. I was like, ‘Oh yeah, Tobey [Maguire] he’s playing Spider-Man. ‘ But do you know who was in the second Spider-Man poster? Spider-Man and me, “Dunst pointed out.

In 2019, Michelle Williams said she was “frozen” to discover that Mark Wahlberg was paid an extra $ 1.5 million to participate in remakes of “All the Money in the World” (2017) – with the aim of replacing actor Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer – while he only received $ 1,000.

Source: Terra

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