Kristen Stewart is no longer Hollywood's highest-paid actress – who took her spot?
All told, the actress earned an estimated $33
million between June 2012 and June 2013.
That's a $13 million dollar raise from last
year. Jolie had previously topped Forbes'
2013 "Most Powerful Actress" list as well.
Jolie reportedly earned $15 million for
"Maleficent," Disney 's retelling of the classic
Sleeping Beauty story.
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In second place is Hollywood's current "It
girl," Jennifer Lawrence. At $26 million a
year, the Academy Award -winning actress
("Silver Linings Playbook ") earned less than
$1 million for "The Hunger Games," but after
enormous box office success, Lionsgate gladly
bumped up her pay for the sequel.
Kristen Stewart, who topped last year's list
with a whopping $34.5 million in earnings,
ranks third this year with an estimated $22
Jennifer Aniston was next with $20 million,
still making those "Friends "
residuals. Ranking fifth is Emma Stone who
earned an estimated $16 million.
Rounding out the top 10 in order is Charlize
Theron in sixth ($15 million), Sandra Bullock
($14 million), Natalie Portman ($14 million),
Mila Kunis ($11 million) and Julia Roberts
Forbes compiled its list by talking to agents,
managers and other "in-the-know" people to
estimate entertainment-related revenue for
each celebrity between June 2012 and June
2013. It did not deduct for taxes, agent fees
or "any of the other costs of being a