For the second year straight, Scarlett Johansson is the best-paid on-screen character in Hollywood.
Johansson, 34, beat Forbes‘ rundown of most noteworthy female workers with $56 million in pretax profit from June 1, 2018 to June 1, 2019 – on account of her job as Black Widow in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
She earned a great $35 million back-end entirety for “Justice fighters: Endgame,” the most noteworthy netting film ever, notwithstanding an eight-figure check for her forthcoming Black Widow turn off film.
“Present day Family” star Sofia Vergara completed in runner up with $44.1 million in profit. Reese Witherspoon came in third with $35 million, directly in front of her “Enormous Little Lies” co-star Nicole Kidman, who earned $34 million.
The rest of the actresses making up Forbes’ top 10 are:
- Jennifer Aniston: $28 million
- Kaley Cuoco: $25 million
- Elisabeth Moss: $24 million (New to the list)
- Margot Robbie: $23.5 million (New to the list)
- Charlize Theron: $23 million
- Ellen Pompeo: $22 million
In any case, a huge compensation hole stays between the most generously compensated female stars refered to by Forbes and their male partners.
The world’s 10 most generously compensated entertainers made a consolidated $314.6 million, a huge number of dollars not exactly the best 10 on-screen characters, who pulled in $588.3 million this year.
Indeed, even Johansson’s $56 million payday would grain split the rundown of Hollywood’s best 10 most generously compensated entertainers. (Dwayne Johnson bested Forbes’ 2019 rundown with an astounding $89.4 million.)