Money money money money, mon-ay! If there’s one thing nearly as good as having a ton of money, and there isn’t, but if there WERE one thing nearly as good as having a ton of money, it would be talking about other people who have a ton of money. (But as we already established, there is nothing nearly as good as having a ton of money, so the fact that talking about other people who do have a ton of money doesn’t even come close is a moot point, so be quiet.) How much money do you make? Is it more or less than you made when you were a toddler? Who are your parents? How much money do they have? How do all of your answers compare to this REAL NEWS blurb from TMZ, via Celebitchy?:
4-year-old Vivienne Jolie-Pitt has already scored her first paying gig … and TMZ has learned she’s raking in a helluva lot more than you made on your paper route back in the day.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s daughter is set to co-star with her mom in a movie called “Maleficent” — and according to a minor’s contract filed with the court, little Viv commands $3,000/week!
On top of that … she gets a per diem of $60/day. That’s a lot of juice boxes.
FUN FACT — Vivienne plays the role of “Young Aurora” — but another little actress, India Eisley, scored the role of young Maleficent … Angelina’s character in the movie.
THAT’S A LOT OF JUICE BOXES + A VERY FUN FACT! Sweet little Viv. I bet she has a great time playing with her play-pretend $3,000 baby checks in her mid-sized Doll Home where the dolls are actually just down-on-their-luck humans and the home is actually a real home, if you didn’t get that from what I said first. “Mommy, my money fire is out of money.” “Oh sweet baby, here are a few more of your checks, have one of your dolls throw these on.” “Thanks, mommy!” (Her family has a lot of money.) (But at least we have happiness and normal lives away from the all-consuming spotlight of celebrity culture.) (#youngmoney) (Goodnight!)