Violet McGraw may be looking for a substantial paycheck following her performance in the smash hit M3GAN.
Here's all you need to know about the topic.
Violet McGraw sparked an incredible performance as one of the leading chacfrsrz in the sci-fi horror film M3GAN.
McGraw might be given some sweet perks as a result of the film's recent success.
McGraw's minor contract was filed in court and was recently acquired by TMZ.
According to the records, McGraw was paid $3,932.50 per week and was expected to work for only four weeks.
Following the government-mandated quarantine in New Zealand, McGraw's contract was extended for an additional two weeks.
M3GAN was shot in New Zealand in case you missed it.
McGraw was also permitted to board her thirteenth-hour flight from Los Angeles to New Zealand in business class.
McGraw will receive bonuses based on the movie's domestic box office performance, according to the agreement.
The film sold more than $73 million in the United States Of America. Therefore, McGraw might soon receive an additional $150 thousand.
Violet McGraw announced on her social media account that M3GAN is on the verge of being reimagined.
Besides, she stated that she will continue to play Cady as an orphan girl in the future project.
'It's happening! @meetm3gan 2.0!' said the eleven-year-old actress.
Akela Cooper, the film's screenwriter, has expressed her excitement about the follow-up.
'I'm so glad it's finally released. M3gan will see you all again in 2025. In the meantime, enjoy the peace and quiet.'
In a previous interview, M3GAN's producer, Jason Blum, discussed a potential sequel to the horror film.
'We had a good feeling that a sequel might actually work,' he said.
'So, we broke our cardinal rule,' he said, before the film was released. 'I felt so optimistic that we began entertaining a sequel earlier than we normally do.'
Despite the fact that the upcoming sequel will be kept under wraps for the time being, many characters will return for their original roles in the sequel, including Allison Williams.
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