Here's a List of Hollywood's Highest Earners

While it’s no surprise that big name movie stars like Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson earn millions per film, there are a slew of other players in the industry making just as much money. In a new report put together byThe Hollywood Reporter, a list of various professions in entertainment were weighed in order to determine who earned the most money in 2016. Below is a list of the highest paid people in each of their respective roles:

Movie Star: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
Salary: $19 million
2016 project: “Jumanji”

Director: Christopher Nolan
Salary: $20 million
2016 project: “Dunkirk”
*Nolan will also earn 20% box-office gross of “Dunkirk.”

Producer: Scott Rudin
Salary: $2.5 million upfront, plus a percentage of box office.

TV Star: Johnny Galecki and Jim Parsons
Salary: $1 million an episode for each
2016 project: “The Big Bang Theory”

Digital Star: Felix Kjellberg (PewDiePie)
YouTube
Salary: $15 million
2016 projects: “Scare PewDiePie,” personal YouTube channel

Screenwriter: Simon Kinberg
Salary: $8 million, plus $350,000 a week on rewrites.
2016 projects: “X-Men: Apocalypse”

Newscaster: Matt Lauer
Salary: $25 million
2016 project: “Today Show”

Studio Chief: Stacey Snider
Salary (estimate): $5 million*
*Not including stocks and bonuses tied to box-office performance, which can double or triple compensation.

CEO: Leslie Moonves (CBS)
Salary: $56.8 million

Show runner: Vince Gilligan
Salary: $50,000 an episode
2016 project: “Better Call Saul”

Agent: WME-IMG’s Ari Emanuel and CAA’s Richard Lovett
Salary: $10 million+

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