Staggering Amount Of Fees These ‘Has-Been’ Celebs Still Charge For Every Appearance

If you are famous enough, you may join the exclusive list of actors who have charged some of the most outrageously costly fees for making appearances. These high-priced celebrity appearances are too pricey. Were they really worth it? Did the film’s box office revenues suffer as a result of the actors’ brief appearances? We’ll leave it up to you to decide. These celebrity appearances are the most costly in history.

5. Charlie Sheen Appeared in Scary Movie 5 (Fee – $250,000)

While he is still a controversial figure today, Charlie Sheen was all the rage when Scary Movie 5 was released. In the sixth parody comedy film, the former Two and a Half Men actor appears in a few brief sequences opposite Lindsay Lohan. Charlie Sheen’s performance is still one of the most costly celebrity cameos in parody film history. He was paid over $250,000 to be cast in the film. And because his portions were so brief, filming for him was completed in only one day.

4. Mark Hamill in Star Wars (Fee – $1 Million)

Mark Hamill rose to international prominence as Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars trilogy. He wasn’t in the prequel trilogy, but Disney and Lucasfilm pulled him in for the sequel trilogy. To say the least, his costs were exorbitant. The veteran actor barely appeared for a few seconds at the end of The Force Awakens. You’d be amazed to learn that the guy got paid a million dollars for just a few seconds. We seldom see pricey celeb cameo appearances in movies that cost this much.

3. Sean Connery in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (Fee -$1 Million)

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves was a 1991 picture with an extraordinary cast. It starred actors such as Morgan Freeman, Kevin Costner, and Alan Rickman. Back in 1991, every fan was excitedly anticipating the release of this film. When Sean Connery appeared in the unexpected role of Ricardo Corazón de León, the audience was taken aback. Connery was paid $500,000 for the part, which is now worth more than $1 million when adjusted for inflation. The late James Bond star donated the majority of his earnings from the film (in one of the most costly celeb guest appearances of the 1990s) to charity.

2. Hugh Jackman X-Men: First Class (Fee – Classified)

Hugh Jackman makes a cameo appearance in X-men: First Class, the first film in the X-men prequel series. Despite the fact that he barely featured for roughly 20 seconds in the film, he consented to take the job on two conditions. Fox would contribute significantly to his children’s school. In addition, he must be permitted to be the only character in the film to slur. Fox agreed to both terms. The amount Fox contributed to Jackman’s children’s school is unknown, although it is estimated to be much over a million dollars.

1. Dwayne Johnson in The Other Guys (Fee – $9 Million)

The Rock and Samuel L Jackson appeared in the teaser and posters for the Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell action comedy film. Fans of the former pro wrestler were certain he played a significant role in the picture. A tremendous letdown of a twist awaited viewers. The Rock’s character jumps from a building and falls to his death in the opening few minutes of the film. Dwayne Johnson was paid $9 million for his brief presence. That has to be one of the most costly celebrity guest appearances in Hollywood.

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