Drew Barrymore and Eddie Murphy are Hollywood's Most Overpaid Actors, According to Forbes Magazine

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Explore Talent (http://www.exploretalent.com) Announced a New Blog Today, "Drew Barrymore and Eddie Murphy are Hollywood's Most Overpaid Actors".

ExploreTalent, a premier online social-network for industry insiders, announced a new blog on their news site today, titled "Drew Barrymore and Eddie Murphy are Hollywood's Most Overpaid Actors." Explore Talent is a professional site that connects actors, models, musicians and dancers in the United States. The company posts blogs on their site, so that members can stay up to date on celebrity news. The online community has been responsible for new collaborations and business ventures in entertainment. Explore Talent is responsible for countless models and actors getting acting jobs and modeling jobs by finding out about casting calls. Explore Talent also helps aspiring entertainment professionals further their careers with contests that showcase their profiles to members of the social media community. Furthermore, the Explore Talent site features celebrity videos, exclusive interviews with actors, actresses, and musicians, such as Joan Rivers, Usher, Akon and T-Pain.

The blog details that many believe that Hollywood actors and actresses are highly overpaid, and now, Forbes magazine highlights who are the overpaid actors of all. And the winners are: Drew Barrymore and Eddie Murphy.

Forbes has a specific formula to figure out why these actors are the most overpaid ones. The formula involves looking at how much each star earned, how many theaters their films were release in, and how much money their films earned.

After looking at the equation, Barrymore came out to the be most overpaid actor. Her last two movies, "Everybody's Fine" and "Lucky You" only made $24 million together. While getting a cool $15 million per film, she only brings 40 cents for every $1 she makes in the film.

At number two, is famous comedy actor, Eddie Murphy, who made over $20 million for his flop, "Meet Dave." That film, along with, "Imagine That," made $72 million, but cost a whopping $115 to make. Murphy returned $2.70 for every dollar.

Explore Talent's proprietary software and vast infrastructure is the most advanced entertainment-based technology of its kind. The site's popularity is based on the fact that there are many ways for talent to network, make friends and connect with other industry players, participate in wide variety of contests and earn prizes for being active on the site. The easy access to a pool of six million members attracts industry players who are posting every month about 50,000 new auditions and job openings which is 30 times more than any other site.

For more information on this blog, or Explore Talent, go to http://www.ExploreTalent.com.


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