Bryce Dallas Howard Was Paid ‘So Much Less’ Than Chris Pratt for ‘Jurassic World’ Sequels

Bryce Dallas Howard was paid a lot than previously reported compared with Chris Pratt for the trilogy.

HOLLYWOOD, CA - JUNE 09: Actress Bryce Dallas Howard attends the Universal Pictures' "Jurassic World" premiere at the Dolby Theatre on June 9, 2015 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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Bryce Dallas Howard was paid “so much less” than previously reported compared with Chris Pratt for the Jurassic World sequels.

The actors co-starred in the recent trilogy: 2015’s Jurassic World, 2018’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and 2022’s Jurassic World Dominion. Variety said in 2018 that Bryce Dallas Howard only earned $8 million for Fallen Kingdom versus Pratt’s $10 million.

But Insider reported Monday that Bryce Dallas Howard told the news outlet that the pay gap was even bigger. She apparently didn’t cite exact amounts.

“The reports were so interesting because I was paid so much less than the reports even said, so much less,” Howard said. “When I started negotiating for Jurassic, it was 2014, and it was a different world, and I was at a great disadvantage. And, unfortunately, you have to sign up for three movies, and so your deals are set.”

Bryce Dallas Howard added that, after she told Pratt about the pay difference, he requested she get paid equally on Jurassic-related video games and theme-park rides.

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In other franchise news, Steven Spielberg recently revealed that he considered Harrison Ford for the main role in Jurassic Park.

As for Pratt, he recently showed he doesn’t care that the critics don’t like Amazon Prime’s The Terminal List. Pratt trolled them on an Instagram post, citing the high approval ratings among fans.

Pratt, 43, plays Navy SEAL James Reese on the show. He first referred to an article with the following headline: “Chris Pratt’s new Navy thriller ‘The Terminal List’ defies woke critics’ scathing reviews to shoot up ratings chart with 1.6 BILLION minutes of streams.”

He followed that with a picture of Austin Powers villain Dr. Evil in which he relayed the number of times viewers took in The Terminal List. Per Nielson, that number is at least 1.6 billion 60-second moments.

“One point six BILLLLLLLLLION minutes,” Pratt wrote on the meme.

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