I am sure that this could be the case, I am not saying that it’s not worth the investment from a producer perspective. It surely is in terms of enhancing your chance for commercial success. It’s not a guarantee for success after all, however.
Though it would still be interesting to see a “internal” cost listing on the total annual hollywood movie production budget that kinda lists exactly how much money goes to the specific staff domains and involved divisions. And to have such a listing going back over a couple of decades to make a comparison on the development.Just out of curiousity.
Some well-known actorsstarsearn well above the minimum; their salaries are many times the figures cited, creating the false impression that all actors are highly paid. For example, of the nearly 100,000 SAG members, only about 50 might be considered stars.
[/size][/font]Median annual earnings of salaried actors were $23,470 in 2002. The middle 50 percent earned between $15,320 and $53,320. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $13,330, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $106,360
hm, just 50 that is not really that much at all.