Actors now have to be compensated in proportion to the profit that the movie or series in which they play results. That explains Economy minister Kris Peeters (CD&V). There remain, however, exceptions exist, including for “non-substantial roles”. Artists get at this time, often a lump-sum fee, not allowing them to share in the profits if the project in which they play successfully. However, the producers required to have a proportional remuneration to be paid to artists. To contract can, however, be changed. Peeters now prohibits contractual deviation.