Mmmm, the directors and producers would say no; however, actors only really get paid in relation to what the producers think they will make from the production, the box office pays the stars in much the same way as bands get paid huge amountts of money if many people buy their records, as sports stars get paid in relation to the amount of advertising that the club can atttract and that is tied in to tv rights and tticket sales, as authors get paid by publishers in relation to future sales.
no they shouldn't, for that matter, no entertainer should be making millions but we have turned them into gods so it doesn't surprise me.
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