Jennifer Lawrence defends her $5 million pay distinction from Leonardo DiCaprio for Netflix’s Don’t Look Up, says ‘he brings in additional field workplace’ : Bollywood News

By | November 25, 2021

Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence has acquired much less remuneration than her co-star, Leonardo DiCaprio, for her upcoming film Don’t Look Up, regardless of being “number one on the call sheet.”

 

In an interview with Vanity Fair, Lawrence acknowledged that she lobbied for prime billing within the movie‘s credit and that DiCaprio was ‘gracious’ sufficient to not object. According to Variety, being the most important star pairing of the 12 months, $20 million paydays had been the norm for each actors, DiCaprio acquired a reported $30 million wage and Lawrence a reported $25 million wage for a similar.

“With being number one on the call sheet?” Lawrence informed Variety, “Yeah. And I felt it was important that [the credits] reflect that. Leo was kind in his response. I believe we had something called Laverne & Shirley, which is a billing system they devised in which equal billing is given to both men and women. But I believe somewhere along the way, I kicked the stone a little harder, as if to say, ‘What if it wasn’t equal?'”

Lawrence is unconcerned about this. “Yeah, I noticed it too,” she mentioned, including “Look, Leo makes more money at the box office than I do. My arrangement has been really lucky for me, and I’m very pleased with it. In other cases, though, I’ve noticed—and I’m sure other women in the workforce have noticed as well—that asking about equal pay is exceedingly unpleasant. If you raise an issue that appears to be unfair, you’ll be told it’s not a gender issue, but they can’t tell you what it is.”

Don’t Look Up is a Netflix comedy on local weather change directed by Oscar winner Adam McKay. It has probably the most spectacular casts in current reminiscence, with Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Timothee Chalamet, Mark Rylance, Ariana Grande, Chris Evans, Cate Blanchett, Rob Morgan, Scott Mescudi, and others becoming a member of Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Don’t Look Up is story of two low-level astronomers who’re pressured to journey across the US to warn the inhabitants {that a} large meteor is heading straight towards the planet and can destroy it.

Lawrence, like DiCaprio, has gained an Academy Award. On December 10, Don’t Look Up could have a restricted theatrical premiere earlier than being streamed worldwide on Netflix on December 24.

 

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