Movie managers make a lot of money, but they’re also often highly secretive and secretive about how much they’re making.
In the early days of social media, they weren’t the only ones getting paid.
They also worked in a way that made them incredibly valuable, and some were even willing to sacrifice the money they earned to keep the secret.
For years, Hollywood’s movie managers were paid a flat fee, often between $100,000 and $200,000.
That’s how much a movie is expected to gross in order to make money for the studio.
But with the rise of digital distribution, studios and studios have been forced to increase the money managers are expected to make.
They’ve been given more power, and that power has led to more secrecy.
Here’s how to find out what a movie manager makes, and what the typical salary is for a Hollywood film manager.