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Margot Robbie Set to Earn $50 Million in Salary and Bonuses for ‘Barbie’ Success


Renowned and producer Margot Robbie is poised to reap substantial rewards for her instrumental role in bringing the iconic character ‘' to life on the silver screen.

With her dual responsibilities as both the star and producer of this summer's most resounding hit, Robbie stands to accumulate an estimated $50 million, encompassing her salary and performance-based incentives. This insight stems from three insiders knowledgeable about the terms of her agreement.

Moreover, the director and co-writer of ‘Barbie,' , is also anticipated to enjoy bonuses due to the remarkable triumph of the film. Within a month since its release, ‘Barbie' has achieved an astonishing $526.3 million in domestic box office earnings and an impressive $657.6 million from the market. This cumulative global sum of $1.18 billion continues to ascend, considering the enduring prominence of ‘Barbie' atop the box office rankings. The movie now stands as Warner Bros.' second highest-grossing release, only surpassed by “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2.” Furthermore, it has secured the distinction of being the highest-grossing film ever directed by a woman, eclipsing the previous record-holder, “Frozen II,” co-directed by Jennifer Lee.

Beyond her leading role in breathing life into the beloved children's toy, Margot Robbie spearheaded the film's production through her company, LuckyChap . Established in 2014 alongside her spouse Tom Ackerley and Josey McNamara and Sophia Kerr, the production company's mission centers on amplifying women's narratives on screen while empowering female creators behind the scenes. Among its notable works are the Oscar-winning “Promising Young Woman,” the superhero “Birds of Prey,” and the Netflix series “Maid.”

Margot Robbie's artistic prowess has merited her two Academy Award nominations for her performances in “I, Tonya” and “Bombshell.” While she initially rose to prominence in Martin Scorsese's “Wolf of Wall Street,” her commercial successes, including “Suicide Squad” and “Once Upon a Time in ,” have paled in comparison to the resounding triumph of “Barbie.” This cinematic marvel is poised to ascend into the annals of blockbuster .

At this juncture, Warner Bros. has abstained from offering a statement, and Margot Robbie's representative has refrained from commenting.

Megan Dianehttps://www.projectcasting.com
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