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Marlon Wayans still seems to be putting in the dough to appear almost as an on-screen superhero.
Wayans Was Cast in the Lead Role in Batman Returns: In the 1990s, Wayans was originally cast in the lead role in Tim Burton's adaptation of Robin for the 1992 film Batman Returns.
Wayans was even compensated for the role, but he never got the chance to bring Robin to light because the producers removed the character from the script.
Why Wayans was removed from the film: The reasoning is believed to be due to a number of new characters already introduced in the film such as Catwoman, The Penguin and Max Shreck. The addition of Robin may have made the film muddled.
Screenrant reports that Burton was still considering Wayans when it came time for the threequel. However, Wayans remained an afterthought when Burton was replaced by director Joel Schumacher. Instead, they cast Chris O'Donnell, who took on the coveted role.
Wayans still wins
In the end, it wasn't a complete loss for Wayans, as he's still receiving checks on "Batman Returns" to this day.
Though the actor never confirmed it, according to Cinema Blend, Wayans received a $100,000 payout.
"I was originally supposed to play Robin on Batman Returns about 15 years ago. But there were too many characters. I got cast, I got paid and everything. I still get remaining exams. Tim Burton didn't end up making a three, Joel Schumacher made it and he had a different vision of who Robin was. So he hired Chris O'Donnell," Wayans explained, according to Gizmodo.
At that time, Wayans was still in the early stages of his career.
After his superhero debut, he was still making a name for himself thanks to the "Scary Movie" films and "White Chicks" — which grossed over $113 million worldwide on a budget of $37 million — ET Online reports.
As AfroTech told you, Wayans net worth is around $40 million.
Marlon Wayans
American actor, comedian, screenwriter and film producer...

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