The star of Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. once again leads Forbes Magazine’s list of the top-earning actors in Hollywood from June 2013 to June 2014. Well, It’s good to be Iron Man!
Coming in 2nd on the list of 10 highest-paid actors in Hollywood is “The Fast & the Furious” star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, who earned $52 million. Rounding out the top five is Bradley Cooper, with an estimated $46 million, Leonardo DiCaprio, with an estimated $39 million, and Downey’s “Avengers” co-star Chris Hemsworth — aka “Thor” — who made around $37 million over the past 12 months.
Top 10 highest-paid actors in Hollywood:
No. 1: Robert Downey Jr., $75 million appeared in three “Iron Man” movies and the upcoming “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” slated for release in 2015. You can follow “Robert Downey Jr.” on twitter @RobertDowneyJr.
No. 2: Dwayne Johnson, $52 million. the former WWE star, acted in films G.I. Joe: Retaliation and Fast & Furious 6, you can follow “Dwayne Johnson” on Twitter @TheRock.
No. 3: Bradley Cooper, $46 million. Credits include the Hangover, American Hustle and Silver Linings Playbook.
No. 4: Leonardo DiCaprio, $39 million. Credits include The Wolf of Wall Street and The Great Gatsby, you can follow “Leonardo DiCaprio” on Twitter @LeoDiCaprio.
No. 5: Chris Hemsworth, $37 million. Star of Thor and the upcoming Cyber.
No. 6: Liam Neeson, $36 million. Star of Non-Stop and the upcoming Taken 3.
No. 7: Ben Affleck, $35 million. Star of Argo and the upcoming Batman vs. Superman, you can follow Ben Affleck on Twitter @BenAffleck.
No. 8: Christian Bale, $35 million. Star of recent Batman movies and American Hustle.
No. 9: Will Smith, $32 million. Credits include After Earth and Men in Black 3.
No. 10: Mark Wahlberg, $32 million. Star of Ted and Lone Survivor, you can follow “Mark Wahlberg” on Twitter.
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