Brie Larson scored a big payday for “Captain Marvel.” The Oscar winner’s salary was more than either Robert Downey Jr. or Chadwick Boseman made for their first Marvel Studios outings.

Larson was paid $5 million for her first “Captain Marvel” movie, according to the Hollywood Reporter. There’s more coming, too. The actress is signed on for a seven-picture deal with Marvel Studios. “Captain Marvel,” out March 8, and “Avengers: Endgame,” out April 26, will fulfill two of those.

Larson’s paycheck is an indication of Marvel’s success as well as her own accomplishments. THR notes that Robert Downey Jr. was only paid $500,000 for his role in the first “Iron Man.” However, that was the first film from Marvel Studios (which wasn’t owned by Disney at the time) and just the beginning of Downey’s big comeback.

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Brie Larson was reportedly paid $5 million for "Captain Marvel." She is pictured at the "Avengers: Infinity War" premiere on April 23, 2018 in Hollywood, California. Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images

Chadwick Boseman made $2 million for last year’s “Black Panther.” Both Boseman and Larson are leading films that differ from Marvel’s usual fare. “Black Panther” was the first MCU film with a black lead (and an almost entirely black cast). “Captain Marvel” is the first Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) film to feature a solo female headlining. Both are origin stories.

However, Larson was already an award-winning actress when she became a superhero. Marvel Studios brought “Captain Marvel” to Larson right after she won her Oscar for “Room” in 2016.

Expect Boseman to get a raise for a “Black Panther” sequel, especially if the movie wins big at the Oscars this month. Aside from making $1.3 billion, the film was nominated for seven Academy Awards, including best picture.

Boseman and Larson are likely going to keep raking in millions. Downey’s “Iron Man” paycheck received a serious upgrade by the time he got to the “Avengers.” He told GQ that he was paid about $50 million for the 2012 team-up movie.