So it turns out non-famous people aren't the only ones who get bonuses for a job well-done at work. Actors get them, too -- just ask Abigail Breslin!
The 17-year-old actress can stand to earn an additional $100,000 for her role in "August: Osage County," which also stars Meryl Streep and Juila Roberts, if she manages to win an Oscar and a Golden Globe, reports TMZ.
Her contract for the film, which was obtained by TMZ, states that the "Little Ms. Sunshine" star initially earned a modest $75,000 for the part, but a special clause reads that Golden Globe and Oscar wins will score her an extra $50,000 per statue.
Come awards season, if we see newly minted Academy Award winner Breslin throwing some of her movie star money around, we'll totally know why.