Avengers: Endgame's Highest-Paid Actor Shockingly, Wasn't Robert Downey Jr.

Avengers: Endgame has made a lot of money for Marvel Studios and Disney.  The movie has a box office total of $2.78 billion and counting. Thanks to Forbes’ brand-new Celebrity 100 earnings checklist, we can now see how much the movie’s stars got paid for their work.

 

Robert Downey Jr. Screen Time Shorter Than Evans

Robert Downey Jr. Screen Time Shorter Than Evans

You could recall the searching for from earlier this year that the Endgame actor with one of the most screen time was Chris Evans. Evans featured in the movie for a total of 1 hr and also 6 mins. The next was Robert Downey Jr. at 1 hour and 2 minutes, and Chris Hemsworth at 45 minutes. With those numbers in mind, it may come as a shock to learn that Hemsworth got paid higher than anyone of his co-stars. He received an overall amount of $76.4 million.

 

Downey’s Salary Second Highest In Endgame

In second place is Downey with $66.0 million. In 3rd, strangely enough, is Bradley Cooper, whose voice job as Rocket made him $57.0 million. Afterwards, we have Scarlett Johansson with $56.0 million, and finally Evans, who gained $43.5 million for his farewell performance. 

 

Phase 4 continues after Endgame

Phase 4 continues after Endgame

With the available exemptions of Downey and Evans, we can expect every one of the stars above to return in Marvel’s Phase 4. It’s beginning with Johansson in the long-awaited Black Widow solo flick. Hemsworth, for example, may well have another Thor motion picture in his future. If the last mins of Avengers: Endgame is anything to go by, then we’ll see the God of Thunder in the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

 

Ant-Man 3 has yet to be officially verified. It feels risk-free to presume that Marvel will locate a means of fitting Rudd right into their next collection of movies. You should get ready for some important MCU news at next weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con.

 

Watch the trailer for Avengers: Endgame here:

 

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