The top pianists at your most-watched movies are making $800K to $1.5M per year, according to data collected by data analytics company AccuWeather.
But, according the company, that number is inflated because the top performers earn more than most, especially because of the way the film industry is structured.
Read more: Accuweather data reveals the top performing theaters in AmericaA large part of that is due to the fact that the top films are often the ones that get the most money from studios.
That is because studios are able to charge actors more per scene, which allows them to earn more per performance.
But that doesn’t always mean they get the best work.
In fact, some top films have been criticized for failing to deliver the best results.
In the case of “The Hunger Games,” which opened in May, a star turned down the role of a leading character because of low box office returns, according a New York Times story.
In the case at hand, a major studio, Disney, wanted the film to fail because it was a “Disney-produced, Disney-funded” film.
But the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which determines Oscars, said in a statement that “the film did not have the necessary financial resources to produce the results it was seeking.”
The Academy did not name the producer or distributor of the film.
A lot of the blame for that is directed at the producers of the films, which include Walt Disney Studios, Pixar, and Lucasfilm.
Disney and Pixar are major studio owners, and they are responsible for much of the production budget and marketing.
Lucasfilm, which is also owned by Disney, does most of the distribution and marketing for films.
The fact that studios don’t pay actors as much as they do is why some of the most successful movies, like “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” do not get the Oscar nominations they deserve.