Wyatt Oleff isn’t sufficiently old to drive, however he can already afford any automobile he needs … as a result of we’ve discovered the child actor is raking in six figures for his subsequent film function.
Wyatt, who’s enjoying younger Stanley Uris in “It: Chapter Two,” may make as much as $500,000 for his work … this in accordance with Wyatt’s minors contract, obtained by TMZ. That’s a fats paycheck for anybody, however particularly for a 15-year-old!
According to the docs, Wyatt is pocketing $150,000 in base pay, and has an opportunity to earn one other $350okay relying on how effectively the sequel does on the field workplace.
Of course, Wyatt may even get an on-screen credit score through the film’s opening titles. Translation: the child’s a star, child!
He’s reprising the Stanley Uris function he performed within the 2017 “It” reboot … which, by the way in which, was a large hit. It earned $327 million on the home field workplace, and $700 mil internationally.
Those numbers add as much as the child having an actual good shot at his $350okay price of bonuses for the sequel.
Congrats, Wyatt. Don’t ask Mom and Dad for allowance.