Dwayne Johnson is as yet on top of the list of List Of Highest-Paid Actors of 2020.
The activity star is the No. 1 most generously compensated entertainer on Forbes‘ yearly rundown of List Of Highest-Paid Actors, for the second year straight. Yet, this time, he’s not joined by four Marvel Avengers in the best ten, as he was a year ago.
A large number of the new class of top-workers got a piece of their enormous checks from Netflix and other real-time features. Forbes’ payday gauges reflect profit between June 1, 2019, and June 1, 2020. The rundown of most generously compensated female entertainers, which Scarlett Johansson drove with $56 million a year ago, will be out one month from now.
Here’s a look at who’s on the list of List Of Highest-Paid Actors and what they made:
Earnings estimate: $87.5 million
Alongside changing a tremendous check for his Netflix film “Red Notice” – Forbes reports it was worth $23.5 million – Johnson is as yet selling his fruitful Under Armor line, total with shoes, garments, and earphones. The enormous checks will continue coming in, as he intends to make his DC superhuman introduction.
Earnings estimate: $71.5 million
Forbes reports that Reynolds made more than $20 million for each of his recent Netflix films, “Six Underground” and “Red Notice.” It’s no wonder he offered a huge reward for a lost teddy bear.
Earnings estimate: $58 million
Wahlberg has made millions producing the series “McMillions” and “Wahl Street.” He had a big Netflix movie in the past year, too: “Spenser Confidential.”
Earnings estimate: $55 million
Yes, he was also in a Netflix film, “The Last Thing He Wanted.” He also starred in “The Way Back.”
Earnings estimate: $54 million
Diesel still got a “Fast & Furious” payday – for producing Netflix series “Fast & Furious Spy Racers” – but the next film, “F9,” was moved to next year.
Earnings estimate: $48.5 million
The Bollywood star has plenty of endorsement deals and is also starring in an Amazon Prime series called “The End.” He also made last year’s list.
Earnings estimate: $45.5 million
Forbes reports that much of Miranda’s earnings come from Disney buying the rights to his Broadway production of “Hamilton,” which is now streaming on Disney Plus. The movie adaptation of his Broadway show “In the Heights” is out next year.
Earnings estimate: $44.5 million
No stranger to this Forbes ranking, Smith returns to the list thanks to his steady stream of lead parts and side projects like his Snapchat series.
Earnings estimate: $41 million
Although he isn’t a box-office draw like the others on the list and his independent film “Uncut Gems” didn’t earn him a giant check, Sandler’s been successful on Netflix since signing a four-film deal for $250 million in 2014, Forbes reports. His film “Murder Mystery” was popular on the streamer this year.
Earnings estimate: $40 million
The movie legend had endorsements, licensing deals and five movies in the past year.