Bryce Dallas Howard: I Made ‘So Much Less’ Money Than Chris Pratt on ‘Jurassic World’ Sequels, but He Fought for Pay Equity

Bryce Dallas Howard was earning $8 million out of Chris Pratt’s $10 million for his work on Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, but Howard revealed in a new interview with Insider that he was actually being paid much less.

Howard did not disclose a dollar amount compared to the male co-star of the Jurassic World sequel, but he insisted that Pratt fix pay parity on other Jurassic World properties such as video games and theme park rides.

Howard said that the reports were so interesting because when I started the talks for Jurassic I was paid a lot less than the reports and it was a different world and I have to sign three films for you. up and so your deals are settled.

Howard went on to say that what I would say is that Chris and I have discussed this and whenever there’s an opportunity to move the needle on stuff that hasn’t been discussed before, like a sport or a ride, He actually told me. Said you guys don’t have to do anything, I’m going to do all the talking, we will be paid as much and you don’t need to think about it.

Howard concludes that I love him enough to do it, I actually do because I was paid more for the kind of stuff that Howard and Pratt got in the first two sequels to the movie Jurassic World. was. Was found for: Fallen Kingdom and Jurassic World: Dominion join forces for the first ‘Jurassic World’ title.

The latter opened in June and grossed $373 million in the US and $974 million worldwide as Jurassic World: Dominion to rent digitally or on Blu-ray or DVD starting August 16 as Dominion continues to recover from the pandemic at the massive box office.

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