Monday, 2nd October 2023

Margot Robbie to earn $50 Million from ‘Barbie’

By Reuters
16 August 2023   |   4:41 am
Margot Robbie is poised to earn an impressive payday from her involvement in the 'Barbie' film. The Australian actress not only played the lead role but also produced the movie through her production company, LuckyChap Entertainment. According to Variety, Robbie is set to make around $50 million in salary and box office bonuses.


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