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Johnny Depp will receive a record amount of money for the next movie from the series Pirates of the Caribbean
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Johnny Depp will receive one of the highest fees in cinema history for the role he will play in the next movie franchise "Pirates of the Caribbean".
Johnny Depp, who separated earlier this year from his life partner Vanessa Paradis life after a relationship that lasted 14 years, will return with this fee among the highest paid actors in the world, informs contactmusic.com.
American star will play in the fifth film in the series "Pirates of the Caribbean" and will receive for that role, according to international press, a fee of 60 million pounds (94.2 million dollars).
This fee comes at a good time because the actor will soon start to pay alimony to his ex-consistent life partner and their two children.
It is said that Johnny Depp carefully chose this role because his wealth does not decrease too much as financial understanding they will sign with Vanessa Paradis.
"Johnny is very careful with his roles and does not want to sign too many films. Would not ruin their career because of excessive exposure, as happened to John Travolta and Nic Cage", said a source quoted by tabloid The Sun.
"This huge fee you will receive the new film series" Pirates of the Caribbean "will allow to choose carefully the following roles based on scenarios of beauty, not salary package," added the same source.
Johnny Depp and, aged 49, Vanessa Paradis, aged 39, found each other in 1998 in Paris, and they have two kids - Lily-Rose, 13 years old, and Christopher, 10 years old, who is also called "Jack".
The first four films from the franchise, "Pirates of the Caribbean" together generated revenues of $ 3.72 billion worldwide.