Jacob Tremblay is continuing his pint-sized dominance of Hollywood, and has secured the bag for a new movie based on one of Stephen King's horrifying tales.
Tremblay, known for flicks like "Room" and "Wonder," inked a $100,000 deal for a role in "Doctor Sleep," according to his contract. The scary movie, which began shooting in October, is based on a 2013 book by King.
The six-figure payment isn't for months of work either, the 12-year-old star is making thefat stacks for only 2 days of work! If they need him to shoot additional scenes past the two required days, he will receive $50,000 per day.
The young star actually signed his own contract, and his signature is just adorable.
Tremblay's role is only listed as "Role #24," but "Doctor Sleep" is actually a sequel to the classic 1977 horror story, "The Shining." "Doctor Sleep" follows the now-grown Danny Torrance as he struggles with psychic powers and alcoholism.