Margot Robbie is being hailed as the new “most generously compensated entertainer” as her goliath pay for the much-advertised satire has been uncovered.
The Aussie entertainer, 32, is trading out $12.5 million for featuring in the lead spot of Oscar-selected essayist chief Greta Gerwig’s film in view of the famous Mattel doll of a similar name, Variety revealed.
Ryan Gosling, who co-stars as Ken in the hot-pink-filled flick, is additionally scoring $12.5 million.
Other high-acquiring entertainers who actually rank over Robbie’s amazing head incorporate screen legends, for example, Denzel Washington (“The Equalizer 3”), who’s rounding up $20 million, Leonardo DiCaprio (“Killers of the Flower Moon”), coming in hot with $30 million and Tom Cruise, who positions as the most generously compensated entertainer with $100 million for “Top Gun: Maverick.”
With respect to Robbie’s female companions, “More odd Things” star Millie Bobby Brown acquired $10 million for the new Netflix film “Enola Holmes 2.”
Also on the list were Jamie Lee Curtis (“Halloween Ends”) bringing in $3.5 million and Anya-Taylor Joy (“Furiosa”) receiving $1.8 million.
Robbie previously grossed $10 million for her 2020 Harley Quinn standalone film “Birds of Prey.”
The “I, Tonya” actress stars alongside Gosling, 41, as the “pretty loser” Ken, as well as Simu Liu, Will Ferrell, Michael Cera, Issa Rae and Kate McKinnon in next year’s “Barbie.”
According to Deadline, the plot is about “Barbie getting kicked out of Barbieland because she’s not perfect enough” and she “goes on an adventure” to save Barbieland only to realize
“that the key to happiness is belief in oneself.”
Robbie even celebrated her 32nd birthday on set earlier this month and was gifted a bright Barbie-themed birthday cake with the phrase “Happy Birthday Barbie Margot!” scrawled with light pink icing.