Jennifer Lawrence is the world’s highest paid female actor according to Forbes raking in $52m (£33m) in 2015.
The 25-year-old Hunger Games star banked $16.5m more than second placed Scarlett Johansson, with $35.5m (£22m).
It puts Lawrence ahead of most of the men. Only Avengers star Robert Downey Jr is ahead with earnings of $80m.
Bridesmaids star Melissa McCarthy, came third with $23m and she’s now one of the most sought after stars in Hollywood.
Image caption Scarlett Johansson earned $35.5m thanks to roles in Avengers: Age of Ultron and Lucy plus endorsement deals with Dolce & Gabbana and Sodastream
Image caption Number three: Melissa McCarthy star of Spy and Tammy, ranked third with $23m. She’s the only other actress to bank over $20m in the last 12 months
Her film Identity Thief, co-starring Jason Bateman, was a hit despite terrible reviews. The film grossed $175m on a $35m budget.
Image caption Number four: Chinese actress Fan Bingbing, is the only non-American on the list earning $21m
You might know Fan Bingbing for her role as Blink in X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Image caption Number five: Jennifer Aniston with $16.5m thanks to comedies like Horrible Bosses and We’re the Millers, plus lucrative endorsement deals
Aniston still earns money from re-runs of Friends and she’s an in-demand spokesperson for big brands.
But, the listings have highlighted the Hollywood pay gap.
Highest paid 1. Jennifer Lawrence – $52m2. Scarlett Johansson – $35.5m3. Melissa McCarthy – $23m4. Fan Bingbing – £21m5. Jennifer Aniston – $16.5m6. Julia Roberts – $16m7. Angelina Jolie – $15m8. Reese Witherspoon – $15m9. Anne Hathaway – $12m10. Kristen Stewart – $12m
Only four actresses made more than $20m, while 21 actors banked $20m-plus.
Lawrence made headlines earlier this year when it was revealed she and her female American Hustle co-star, Amy Adams, received a lower cut of profits than their male leads.
The leaked Sony emails were from Lawrence’s team complaining that male actors Bradley Cooper, Christian Bale and Jeremy Renner got a 9% cut of profits, while Lawrence and Amy Adams received just 7%.
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Source:: BBC Entertainment