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WarnerMedia is Abrams's new home for at least the next five years in the fields of both film and television – the first time his work in both has been under the same corporate umbrella.
Bennett says he makes it a habit not to cash any of his substantial paychecks during the season, holding them all until the end and living on his earnings from the previous years.
Richards went to a judge in August to try and force Sheen to pay the $450,000, and in the filed documents she says he's been financially irresponsible at the expense of their kids.
Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon are getting $1.25 million each for their new Apple TV show. That places them high on this list of the highest-paid TV stars, ever.
The filed documents are an official appraisal, necessary to submit to the probate court overseeing Bennington's estate.
New Apple Show Will Make Jennifer Aniston And Reese Witherspoon Among The Highest-Paid TV Stars, Ever
In terms of salary per episode, Aniston and Witherspoon are now in the top tier of high-earning TV stars, earning a reported $1.25 million each per episode.
The $5 million pledge will go into something called the Amazon Forest Fund, which will in turn go to several local organizations fighting the fires.
There could be a few flaws with this plan that Swift has failed to consider, starting with the legal ramifications of rerecording her older work.
For Todd's part, he denies all the charges, and in a recently posted Instagram post, he says all the trouble comes from a disgruntled former employee.
Cage's real estate portfolio wasn't born out of the typical motivations for owning houses throughout the world. Instead, he was on what he calls a "holy grail quest."
His job with Fundanna will reportedly entail not just calling up or meeting with these potential investors, but also producing infomercials for the company.
Whether Conor McGregor intended to literally claim status as a billionaire or not, it's worth pointing out that he almost certainly isn't one.
Perry, Capitol Records, infamous producer Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald, and a few others who worked on the song "Dark Horse," may have to pay $2.78 million in damages.
The docs say that Dillon earned $11 million for his work on eight seasons of the departed HBO hit, and another $2 million for his role in the 2015 big screen movie version.