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Millie Bobby Brown ‘makes history for receiving highest upfront salary for actor under 20

Millie Bobby Brown ‘makes history for receiving highest upfront salary for an actor under 20 as she pockets $10MILLION for Enola Holmes 2’

Millie Bobby Brown has reportedly made history as she is ready to obtain a paycheck of $10million (£8.4million) for her position in Enola Holmes 2.

The Stranger Things star, 18, is considered setting a report for the most important upfront salary paid to an actor under the age of 20.

The actress first performed the position of Enola within the 2020 movie reverse Henry Cavill and is ready to earn a considerably bigger sum for the sequel, in accordance with Variety.

Success: Millie Bobby Brown has reportedly made history as she is ready to obtain a paycheck of $10million (£8.4million) for her position in Enola Holmes 2 (pictured in May 2022)

Millie takes on the position of Sherlock Holmes’ youthful sister within the movie collection, with Henry portraying the well-known detective.

Netflix confirmed there could be a sequel to the movie – which obtained constructive opinions from critics – in May.

Taking to Twitter, the streaming service introduced: ‘A sequel is afoot! Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill will return in ENOLA HOLMES 2’. 

The movie’s synopsis reads: ‘Now a detective-for-hire like her notorious brother, Enola Holmes takes on her first official case to discover a lacking woman, because the sparks of a harmful conspiracy ignite a thriller that requires the assistance of pals — and Sherlock himself — to unravel.’

Payday: The Stranger Things, 18, is thought to be setting a record for the largest upfront salary paid to an actor under the age of 20

Payday: The Stranger Things, 18, is considered setting a report for the most important upfront salary paid to an actor under the age of 20

Millie is already used to a hefty paycheck, having reportedly earned $20,000 per episode of the primary season of Stranger Things.

Thanks to the massive recognition of the present, her salary was mentioned to have elevated to $250,000 per episode by seson three, in accordance with Deadline. 

The Nineteen Eighties-set collection follows a bunch of teenagers in a fictional Indiana city as they battle supernatural forces unleashed by shadowy authorities organizations.

Career: The actress first played the role of Enola in the 2020 film opposite Henry Cavill and is set to earn a significantly larger sum for the sequel (pictured in March 2022)

Career: The actress first performed the position of Enola within the 2020 movie reverse Henry Cavill and is ready to earn a considerably bigger sum for the sequel (pictured in March 2022)

Salary: Millie reportedly earned $250,000 per episode of Stranger Things season three

Salary: Millie reportedly earned $250,000 per episode of Stranger Things season three  

Variety just lately reported that the newest season is now Netflix’s second title ever to garner over one billion hours seen.

Fans went wild over the discharge of the second half of the collection when it hit Netflix just lately.

Along along with her movie and TV career, Millie has possible made further income from her majority stake in her skincare model Florence By Mills.

Highest paid male actors 2022:

  1. Tom Cruise: $100million
  2. Will Smith: $35million
  3. Leonardo DiCaprio: $30million
  4. Brad Pitt: $30million
  5. The Rock: $22.5million

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Highest paid feminine actors 2022: 

  1. Margot Robbie: $12.5million
  2. Millie Bobby Brown: $10million
  3. Emily Blunt: $4million
  4. Jamie Lee Curtis: $3.5million
  5. Anya-Taylor Joy: $1.8million

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Highest paid male actors 2012:

  1. Tom Cruise: $75 million
  2. Leonardo DiCaprio: $37 million
  3. Adam Sandler: $37 million
  4. Dwayne Johnson: $36 million
  5. Ben Stiller: $36 million

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Highest paid feminine actors 2012:

  1. Kristen Stewart: $34.5 million
  2. Cameron Diaz: $34 million
  3. Sandra Bullock: $25 million
  4. Angelina Jolie: $20 million
  5. Charlize Theron: $18 million

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