Pratt’s fame, according to a recent report from Variety, has assisted him in landing a top-tier compensation for his part on The Terminal List, with each episode reportedly earning him $1.4 million. That is a significant accomplishment, and it marks a significant increase above existing television and streaming wages.
On the other hand, Henry Cavill receives a salary of $400,000 each episode for his work on Netflix’s The Witcher series. The Terminal List’s multi-episode season is a highly profitable contract for Pratt, who allegedly received $1.5 million for his work on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and the previous two Avengers films, making the multi-episode season a very lucrative arrangement for him.
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It’s no surprise that wages are increasing as television and streaming take up more and more space in Hollywood. In most cases, unless the production is spearheaded by a renowned producer, the back-end negotiations for talent will not be the same as they would be for a feature film.
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