The final sum that Gary Glitter, 75, will receive will depend on the movie's blockbuster, as well as DVD sales and soundtrack albums.
British singer Gary Glitter, currently in prison after being convicted of pedophilia in 2015, could earn hundreds of thousands of dollars for the use of his song 'Rock and Rolll Part 2' in the movie 'Joker' (known in Latin America as' The Joker '), reports The Sun.
The subject in question – written by Glitter and Mike Leander and published in March 1972 – plays in the film during the publicized scene in which Batman's iconic rival dances as he steps down stairs.RELATED
The final sum that the 75-year-old glam rock musician will receive will depend on the success of the movie in theaters, as well as DVD sales and soundtrack albums.
Glitter, whose real name is Paul Francis Gadd, has been accused since the late 1990s of various sexual crimes.
In 1999, he was sentenced in United Kingdom to 4 months in prison for downloading images of child pornography. Later, in 2006, the singer, who then resided in Vietnam, was found guilty of obscene acts towards two minors and was imprisoned again until his release in 2008.
However, in 2015 Glitter returned to jail after being convicted of attempted rape and other sexual crimes and sentenced to 16 years in prison.
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