Twilight star, Kristen Stewart Hollywood’s highest-earning female actress

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By Floyd Allen | February 4, 2011 2:35 PM EST

The star of phenomenal Twiight film, Kristen Stewart took the top spot of the highest earning female actress in Hollywood in the 2010’s Top Hollywood Top Earners List compiled by the Vanity Fair Magazine.

The list shows that Kristen earned an estimated $28.5 million in all her movie appearances throughout the year.

In 2010, the actress appeared in three pictures : The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (Bella Swan); The Runaways (Joan Jett); Welcome to the Rileys (Mallory);and The Yellow Handkerchief (Martine).

Stewart has also appeared in a number of successful films including Panic Room (2002), Zathura (2005), In the Land of Women (2007), The Messengers (2007), Adventureland (2009) and some more as a teen star.

The sensational actress has become America’s household name after she was cast as Bella in the box-office earning film, Twilight Series.

R-Patz's girlfriend will also be featured in upcoming films, K-11 with Jason Mewes and which will be directed by her own mother. She has also been tapped to play Mary Lou in On The Road, an upcoming film adaptation of Jack Kerouac's cult classic novel.

Bella will be very busy in the next two years since four more projects are lined-up for the young star until 2012. She is busy with two more installments of the Twilight Saga : Breaking Dawn Part 1-2011 (Bella Swan) and Breaking Dawn Part 2-2012 (Bella Cullen).She is rumored to play Snow White in 2012’s Snow White and the Huntsman.

With all these projects lined-up it will not be a surprise if Bella keeps her throne as 2010’s highest-earning female actress in Hollywood next year. Expect her to outdo more celebrities and even kick her #13 slot at the 2010 Top Hollywood Earners and be included among the top ten actors in 2011

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