Re: Disappointments of the Trilogy?
At this point I think he is basically paid on commission. He gets a % of the gross. So if he delivers the goods box office-wise then why shouldn't he get paid more? I doubt Marvel has much of a problem with that arrangement. It basically means they don't have to shell out $20, $30, $40, $50 million to him and have that be actually part of the budget they need to recoup for the film to be successful. I'm sure they like not having to pay that a whole lot more.
Superhero TV of 2016: Daredevil-Season2: A-/A; Luke Cage-Season1: A-; Flash-Season 2: B+; Agents of Shield-Season3: B-;Agent Carter-Season2: B; iZombie-Season 2: A-; No interest in Arrow, Supergirl, Gotham or Legends of Tomorrow