From the Big Screen to TV: Hollywood’s Biggest Stars Make the Leap to Streaming

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Streaming's New Stars

What would Kevin Spacey do?

That seems to be the mantra of many movie stars who are following the Oscar winner and House of Cards lead to sign on to streaming shows. (Even Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts are shopping around TV projects.)

We rounded up some of the big names you'll soon be able to watch from the comfort of your couch.

Julianne Moore
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Julianne Moore & Robert De Niro

Moore, the star of Boogie Nights and The Kids Are All Right, nabbed her first Oscar for Still Alice. Two-time Oscar winner De Niro recently starred in Silver Linings Playbook and Joy.

The duo headline a still-untitled Amazon crime series being helmed by director David O. Russell.

PAYDAY De Niro: $850,000 per episode; Moore’s salary not reported.

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Naomi Watts

Watts broke through with Mulholland Drive and later grabbed Oscar nods for 21 Grams and The Impossible and costarred in best picture winner Birdman.

The English actress plays a therapist who develops intimate and dangerous relationships with the people in her patients' lives in Netflix's Gypsy.

PAYDAY $275,000 per episode.

Drew Barrymore
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Drew Barrymore

The child star turned actress and producer is best known for her roles in E.T. and Charlie’s Angels.

Barrymore and Justified’s Timothy Olyphant play married real estate agents going through big life changes in the Netflix comedy Santa Clarita Diet, premiering February 3.

PAYDAY $350,000 per episode.

Josh Hutcherson
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Josh Hutcherson

Hutcherson is best known for a little film franchise called The Hunger Games.

In the Hulu comedy Future Man, Hutcherson plays a janitor/gamer enlisted as a time traveler to help prevent the extinction of humanity.

PAYDAY Salary not available.

Emma Stone speaks onstage during The Hollywood Reporter's Annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast
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Emma Stone & Jonah Hill

Stone’s credits include Easy A, The Amazing Spider-Man and La La Land. Hill starred in the 21 Jump Street films and was Oscar nominated for Moneyball and The Wolf of Wall Street.

Stone and Hill play patients in a mental institution in Netflix’s dark comedy Maniac, from True Detective helmer Cary Fukunaga.

PAYDAY $350,000 each per episode.

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