‘Marco Polo’ Season 3 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Benedict Wong Demands Higher Pay From Netflix? Joan Chen Confirmed Her Return!
Millions of viewers are now excited for the upcoming airing of the "Marco Polo" Season 3. Now, new reports are claiming that Benedict Wong has been demanding a higher pay from Netflix after years of working for the popular series.
'Marco Polo' Season 3 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Benedict Wong Demands Higher Pay From Netflix? Not Reprising Role without Salary Increase?
Rumor mill is spreading that Benedict Wong is very much willing to reprise his role in "Marco Polo" Season 3 if the price is right. Playing the role of Kublai Khan, there is no doubt that the "Doctor Strange" actor's character is among the most significant ones in the series.
Sources have claimed that Benedict Wong has been asking for a salary increase from Netflix before doing the "Marco Polo" Season 3. Well, according to some fans, the "Prometheus" actor deserves a raise due to his exemplary performance in the series.
At the moment, Netflix is currently studying the request of Benedict Wong to raise his talent fee. Insiders have claimed that there is a very huge chance that the "Marco Polo" Season 3 star's request will be granted, especially with the fact that his role is very important to the series.
GamenGuide has also reported that Benedict Wong has been causing a lot of troubles on the production of "Marco Polo" Season 3. Sources have claimed that the "Sunshine" actor will be having some problems coordinating his schedule when the filming for the popular Netflix series officially starts.
Though these reports could possibly be true, Benedict Wong and Netflix have remained tightlipped on these reports. Hence, "Marco Polo" Season 3 followers should take everything with a pinch of salt until it has been proven true and correct.
'Marco Polo' Season 3 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Joan Chen Confirms Reprising Role As Empress Chabi?
MNR reports that Joan Chen is very much willing to reprise her role as Empress Chabi in "Marco Polo" Season 3. However, the actress has divulged that Netflix has not yet confirmed that another installment is going to happen after Season 2.
"Netflix is being smart because the demographic is changing - minorities are big consumers now," "Marco Polo" Season 3 actress Joan Chen has revealed in an interview with Northwest Asian Weekly. "If you don't include diversity in your shows, your business isn't going to thrive."
Netflix is yet to confirm if "Marco Polo" Season 3 will really come into fruition. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more "Marco Polo" Season 3 spoilers, news and update!
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