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‘Star Trek’ stars get raises as they sign on to a fourth movie
Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto will be back for a fourth “Star Trek” movie in the series of reboots that began with the 2009 J.J. Abrams take on the world create by Gene Roddenberry.
For this fourth installment, the real-life counterparts of Spock and Kirk will get significant raises, according to The Hollywood Reporter. News of the deal comes just as production for the third movie is starting in Vancouver.
Pine comes out a big winner in these salary negotiations. According to THR’s sources, he’ll get $6 million for the fourth movie, after earning $600,000 for the first one, $1.5 million for “Star Trek Into Darkness” and $3 million for the upcoming third film. The big salary jump shows how much Pine has gone from an untested lead to a recognizable star in the past six years, in part thanks to “Star Trek.” — Emily Rome