One of the most in-demand actors of our time has finally graced the big screen in a new film, Bel Ami. Directed by Tim Winton and co-starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, John Malkovich, and Uma Thurman, this new film is sure to be a cinematic event.

While Bel Ami is set to hit theaters next week, we’re still waiting on the official release date for the newest edition of the Dior Beauty franchise. Mermaid was recently released in theaters, and while the reviews were good, it didn’t perform well at the box office.

But that’s all water under the bridge now; the world is waiting for Pattinson’s return in what will surely be one of the most anticipated films of the year.

We already knew a lot about the 26-year-old former BFF withBeyoncé, Harvey Weinstein, and George Clooney, and how much he’s accomplished in a relatively short amount of time. Now that we’re closer to the beginning of his Dior contract, it’s time to figure out how much money he’s actually making.

The Daily Mail reported in April 2019 that Pattinson had signed a deal with the luxury goods company that would make him one of the highest-paid actors of all time. According to the outlet, the former BFF made roughly $13 million from Dior for the first film alone, which is more than double his salary at the time ($5.5 million).

But what exactly does that figure represent?

To figure out how much money Pattinson will make in total from this historic deal, we’ll need to dive into the numbers. Let’s take a look.

How Much Does He Make Per Film?

In the past, we’ve seen a number of celebrities sign lucrative contracts with makeup companies and luxury brands, but few have been as successful or as in-demand as Robert Pattinson. As we mentioned above, he signed a $60 million deal with the luxury goods company Dior in April 2019.

But what is that deal actually worth in terms of money? Is it even possible to put a price tag on something this valuable? Let’s take a look. (Note: this is all based on publicly available information and is for informational purposes only.)

Movie Summaries:

Bel Ami (2019): After his parents’ death, Robert (Pattinson) is unexpectedly thrust into the world of high society and finds himself at the centre of a ruthless social experiment. With Charlotte (Gainsbourg), a young girl who becomes his friend and confidante, he tries to navigate this new environment, as well as his budding relationship with Elodie (Thurman).

Mermaid (2019): After years of being apart, Charlotte (Gainsbourg) is reluctantly reunited with her estranged, beautiful childhood friend Rosa (Pattinson), who she hasn’t seen in a long time. The two women find themselves entangled in a web of deceit, as Rosa schemes to win Charlotte’s trust and custody of her child. But when Rosa’s past begins to haunt her, Charlotte will be forced to face the truth about her friend’s intentions. Directed by Bertrand Bonello and produced by the Winton Bros., this is the newest edition of the successful Dior Beauty franchise.

The Lobster (2019): Three days before his wedding, a loveless Sebastian (Pattinson) agrees to a whim to take a bride-to-be on a date, only to feel remorse and regret once he’s spent the night with her. Armed with a gun, he decides to scare the ever-loving daylights out of his date by taking her on a dangerous ride on a giant lobster trap in the middle of the sea. With a limited amount of time and an ever-expanding circle of suspects, he’ll have to untangle multiple layers of deceit to prove his innocence.

Here To Stay:

These are just some of the films that Pattinson has been contracted to appear in, and considering the size of his contract, it’s not difficult to see why this is one of the most in-demand actors of our time. But his incredible success isn’t limited to the big screen, as he’s also graced the small screen multiple times. Most recently, we saw him play Henry VIII in the highly anticipated Showtime series The English Princess. This is arguably one of the most exciting times in the history of television, as Henry was the most popular character in the series and gained a significant following. With the second season set to premiere next year, it’s clear that Showtime has something special planned, as they’ve kept details about the series tightly under wraps. But what we do know is that the show will star Henry VIII and will be directed by Marc Forster, who has directed multiple episodes of The Crown and The Handmaid’s Tale, among others. While we wait for more information, let’s take a look back at some of the other roles that Mr. Pattinson is booked to appear in.

Deadpool 2 (2019): Following the destruction of the Marvel Universe at the end of Deadpool, the titular anti-hero embarks on a suicide mission to protect the innocent, while uncovering his family’s dark secret. The sequel was directed by Tim Miller and boasts an all-star cast, including Ryan Reynolds, who took on the role of Deadpool once again.

X-men: Dark Phoenix (2019): After the events of Dark Phoenix, which saw the obliteration of the X-men and much of the Marvel Universe, the remaining X-men banded together to take down Scott Summers, who they believe is responsible for the tragedy. But while they try to do so, he’ll do all he can to prove his innocence. The film stars Jennifer Lawrence and Ian McKellan, and will be directed by Simon Kinel.

Toy Story 4 (2019): After the events of Toy Story and Toy Story 3, which saw the departure of Sheriff Woody, Buzz Lightyear has taken up the mantle of law enforcement. But while he may be a capable sheriff, he has a lot to learn before he can lead his deputies on a mission to save the day. This is why he needs our help, as he’s partnered up with Bo Peep (Pattinson), who is an expert in all things feminine, in order to learn how to be a better ally. This is one of the most anticipated films of the year, as it will mark the fourth installment in what has become one of the most popular film series of all time. A24, the studio that gave us Moonlight, has yet to release a trailer for the film, but we’ll be the first to let you know when it does.

HollywodstarShip (2019): After suffering a nervous breakdown during the filming of The Grand Tour, American television personality and documentary film maker Bear Grylls agreed to take part in a new Netflix series titled HollywodstarShip. In this series, he’ll teach aspiring young filmmakers and photographers how to become successful storytellers. While we wait for the premiere of this new Netflix series, let’s take a look at some of Bear Grylls’ previous works.

Shameless Plug:

While we’re on the topic of Netflix, let’s take a quick moment to discuss one of their most popular original series, Shameless. Based on the popular BBC series of the same name, the American adaptation of Shameless follows the life of Frank Gallagher (William H Macy), a father of five who has spent his life in and out of jail. One of the things that makes this series so compelling is its incredibly authentic portrayal of the down-and-out way of life, as Frank’s five children struggle to survive in a world where opportunities for good parenting are slim. In 2019 alone, Shameless was responsible for 11 Emmy Award nominations, including ones for Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for Macy.