Although he was fired from Bohemian Rhapsody, director Brian Singer is expected to make tens of millions of dollars from the Oscar nomination.
The singer, who is accused of having sex with underage boys – he denies, remains the director of biodiversity Freddie Mercury, despite the fact that he has not finished working and amounts to at least $ 40 million to $ 55 million), according to Hollywood journalist.
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Two sources told the publishing house that his hectic payday was a result of years of achievement X men franchise and "strong reserve provision" in his contract.
The singer, 53, was fired from the movie with only two weeks of filming. The producers eventually replaced it with British director Dexter Fletcher.
Since Singer retained the director, he is likely to receive a refund fee, although sources THR that Fox – the studio that co-finances and publishes the movie – explores its legal possibilities in terms of its financial obligations to the director.
Bohemia Rhapsody has been nominated for five Oscars, and star Rami Malek won the Golden Globe Award and SGG for his performance as Mercury.
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