Cut! France to clamp down on salaries paid to big-name actors


The Centre National du Cinéma, which funds state films, wants to make movie subsidies dependent on keeping stars' wage bill down.

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France’s big-name actors can kiss adieu to their million-euro deals for starring in state-funded French films under new rules drawn up by the guardians of the country’s cinema, reports The Guardian.