Dustin Hoffman: Reportedly earned $7.5m for five-day shoot
Hollywood's one of living legends Dustin Hoffman was allegedly paid $7.5 million (£4.8m) for five days' worth of filming on 'Little Fockers'.
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The celebrated star was not originally scheduled to appear in the comedy sequel but was asked by Universal to take part in a series of reshoots.
As the New York Post has been informed by a source: "Universal decided on a reshoot at the last minute, and Hoffman's character was needed for some new scenes.
"They couldn't originally agree on terms with Hoffman, so for the reshoot he could basically name his price - which was $7.5 million for five days' work."
Co-stars Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller were the highest-paid actors on the film, collecting $20m (£12.9m), while Owen Wilson and Barbara Streisand negotiated salaries of $7m (£4.5m), according to the publication.
However, a spokesperson for Universal declined to comment on the reports.