Hollywood favors disposable actors these days for a variety of reasons: They are interchangeable, easily replaced and don’t have the clout to demand a pay hike. Movies cost a lot of money to make, especially action ones, so going with an actor who is more disposable can save Hollywood bigwigs a lot of money. Some actors, however, have proved that they are anything but interchangeable. They have the skill and the influence to demand as much as they want because the success of the films is more or less dependent on their involvement. Forbes list for the highest paid actors of 2014 has been released and you can check it out here!
10. Mark Wahlberg
Estimated Earnings for 2014: $32 Million
Mark Wahlberg’s 2012 film “Ted” is still generating income for the actor. The raunchy comedy had a budget of $50 million and went on to earn $550 million in theatres. This year, he starred in “Lone Survivor,” which had a budget of $40 million and went on to make $150 million at the global box office. Wahlberg also has a successful career as a TV producer. His company produced “Entourage” and “Boardwalk Empire” and is set to back the football comedy “Ballers.”