Pratt was paid $1.4 million per episode for his role in the Jack Carr’s novel
Chris Pratt was paid $1.4 million per episode for his role in the forthcoming Amazon Prime adaptation of Jack Carr’s novel The Terminal List, which will air in 2019. Prêt’s most recent film was Chris McKay’s The Tomorrow War, which he directed for Amazon Prime. He is now developing a variety of projects that will keep him busy until at least 2023, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
One of those projects is The Terminal List, which stars James Reece as a former Navy SEAL who is pulled into a new war when his colleagues are attacked on a covert mission. The series, which is scheduled to debut in 2022, will star Jai Courtney, Taylor Kitsch, Constance Wu, Riley Keough, and Jeanne Tripplehorn, among others.
The decreasing box revenue and the increasing number of day-and-date releases in the age of Covid-19 are compensating for actors like Dwayne Johnson by getting a hefty advance salary. It is now a race against time to get A-list talent, such as Pratt for The Terminal List, and retain them well paid in order to ensure the industry’s ongoing growth, which shows no indications of slowing down any time soon.