Keanu Reeves often cut out some of his paycheck so that producers can bring on other prominent actors.
In 'The Devil's Advocate' in 1997, after learning that the movie's budget didn't allow for hiring Al Pacino, he took a sizable paycut so that they could afford Al
Pacino. He also did the same in 'The Replacement', to be able to work with Gene Hackman.
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