The Seven-Figure Secret of Hollywood's Elite

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The following slideshow details some of Hollywood’s more intriguing endorsement deals. From Tommy Lee Jones’ long-term relationship with Japan’s Suntory for plugging Boss Coffee to Julia Roberts’ 45-second, $1.5 million sip-and-smile ad for Italy’s Lavazza, celebs can make as much off camera as they do on set.

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The Seven-Figure Secret of Hollywood's Elite

  1. 1. The Seven-Figure Secret of Hollywood’s Elite
  2. 2. Can You Make $25,000 a Second? Celebs with the time and inclination can earn fortunes overseas. For example, in a 45- second ad that aired exclusively in Italy, actress Julia Roberts had only to pose and then take a sip of Lavazza coffee to earn $1.5 million. Or, $25,000 a second. Who else is cashing in? Read on ... Source: ABC News.
  3. 3. George Clooney From cars to coffee, the movie star has a history of making millions outside the studio. ● Nespresso. A unit of Nestle Group, Clooney has endorsed the single-serving espresso drink maker since at least 2010. Today, he uses the money to help fund a satellite for spying on Sudan’s dictator, Omar al-Bashir. ● Honda. In 2008, Clooney took time out to make a Japanese ad for the carmaker. Ironically, the pitch was shot in Milan. Source: Images Shack.
  4. 4. Kim Kardashian North West’s mom knows how to get paid. ● Tweeted endorsements earn an estimated $10,000 each. ● Last year, her visits to Bahrain and Kuwait to open Millions of Milkshakes stores there drew protests while earning the reality star an undisclosed fortune. Source: AFP.
  5. 5. Brad Pitt The most expensive secretary in history … Spike Jonze directed this ad, in which Pitt hawks Softbank mobile phone service while acting as personal assistant to former Yokozuna sumo wrestler Musashimaru Koyo. The estimated take home? At least $3 million. Source: Jeansnow.net.
  6. 6. Tommy Lee Jones Springsteen may be the Boss in the U.S., but in Japan … Tommy Lee Jones has been hawking Boss Coffee for parent company Suntory since 2006. His character, “Alien Jones,” has appeared in more than 30 TV commercials in Japan, earning the actor what’s sure to be untold millions. Source: Flickr.
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