Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro earned $13m for Martin Scorsese's 2 day ad shoot
Brad Pitt, Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio reportedly made 13 million dollars each for filming a 2 day ad helmed by Martin Scorsese
New York: Brad Pitt, Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio reportedly made 13 million dollars each for filming a 2 day ad helmed by Martin Scorsese.
Brad Pitt (Pic/Santa Banta), Robert De Niro (Pic/AFP) and Leonardo DiCaprio (Pic/Santa Banta)
According to sources, Pitt, 50, who recently got married to Angelina Jolie, interrupted his honeymoon in Gozo, to shoot the ad in New York with DiCaprio and Robert De Niro, for Lawrence Ho and James Packer's Macau mega-casino, Studio City, the New York Post reported.
An insider said that the total budget for the mini movie, which was written by Terence Winter, and would be released in 2015 as part of the casino's launch, was 70 million dollars, but a spokesman for owner Melco Crown Entertainment said that the financial figures hadn't been reveal publicly.
The short film was produced by Packer's Hollywood banner with Brett Ratner, RatPac Entertainment and Ridley Scott's RSA commercial banner.