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Byline: Chris Hewitt
MINNEAPOLIS _ John Corbett got lousy pay for his new movie, and he's just fine with that.
"Bigger Than the Sky" is a comedy about a community theater performing "Cyrano de Bergerac," and it was made under the guidelines of Schedule F, an agreement with Hollywood unions that allows the movie to get away with paying minimal salaries to its cast and crew.
"It's an equalizer, and it makes it more fun to work on," says Corbett, "because it means everyone knows everyone else is getting paid the same."
Corbett, whose movies include the recent "Raising Helen" opposite Kate Hudson, has been on the opposite side of that equation. "I worked on a movie where I starred with someone who was making $5 million and I was making $100,000," says Corbett. "Now, that's a lot of money _ I have a friend who's a glazer, …