The ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ haven’t even been released yet, and Natalie’s come back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe is all set to make headlines, especially for her killer beauty and lifting Thor’s hammer, and the critics seem to have a lot of expectations from Natalie in this film. But it is also true that no matter how much Natalie is in the headlines, Marvel Studios has not spent much on her.
Natalie Portman Salary For Thor Love and Thunder
According to media sources, Natalie Portman has been paid less than $1 million for Mighty Thor and scientist Jane Foster in MCU’s ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’, and it’s unexpected but true that one of the most popular actresses, Natalie Portman is also one of the lowest-paid stars of MCU.
Not only that, Natalie Portman has played a main female lead, and she’s sharing the most screen space after Chris Hemsworth, but still, Marvel Studios has been paying less than a million to Natalie Portman, which is not an est 1% of the film’s total budget, while Chris Hemsworth has been paid $20 million for ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’.
But this is not the first time, Elizabeth Olsen has also been paid only $2 million for the earlier released ‘Doctor Strange 2’, and looking at all these things, it can be understood that Marvel Studios prefers to spend money on actors rather than actresses.
The official theatrical release date of ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ is 8 July 2022 in the USA.
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4 thoughts on “Natalie Portman Salary For Thor Love and Thunder: Shocking Revealed”
Your assuming which you shouldn’t, who knows Natalie Portman herself wanted less than a million.
Female actors are paid very well. Brie Larson for example, no one knew her before Captain Marvel and was paid 5 million dollars. Chris Pratt needed 2 Guardian movies to finally get a 5 mil. paycheck. Scarlet Johansson is paid 20 mil. so your whole assumption “Marvel Studios prefers to spend money on actors rather than actresses.” Is a big incorrect guess and not factual.
It’s salary plus a percentage of the ticket sales.
So, let us get this right. The first times Hemsworth played Thor he received $150,000 USD…correct?
The first time Portman played Thor she received “less than $1,000,000” (Nice absence of details by the way..Clickbaiter.)
So we are to understand that Marvel pays Actresses more for the same or less than equal performance as they do Actors?
I believe is equal pay for equal work, not paying based on someone genitalia (That they were born with), so it appears Portman was paid appropriately. Her previous parts have been small. She is the side salad so to speak. And Thor appears in other MCU films, not just the Thor Quadrilogy, so Hemsworth has wracked up his following.