Forbes has released their list of Best Value Hollywood Stars and it is a battle between girls. "The Amazing Spider-Man" actress Emma Stone tops the list defeating contenders Mila Kunis and even Oscar-winning "The Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence.
The famous Hollywood actors and actresses who made it on the top ten list are basically worth every money spent on them. Here is the full Forbes' Top 10 Best Value Stars list in the HITC Business report:
1. Emma Stone ($80.70 per $1)
2. Mila Kunis ($68.70 per $1)
3. Jennifer Lawrence ($68.60 per $1)
4. Natalie Portman ($31.30 per $1)
5. The Rock ($31.10 per $1)
6. Daniel Craig ($25.60 per $1)
7. Russell Crowe ($25.60 per $1)
8. Kristen Stewart ($25 per $1)
9. Robert Pattinson ($23.50 per $1)
10. Taylor Lautner ($21.40 per $1)
Forbes made the assessment on the celebrities based on the last three films they starred in over the past three years up to June 1 and actress Emma Stone,25, had the best return at $80.70 for every $1 she got paid. Ms Stone catapulted to stardom and achieved success after portraying Gwen Stacy, Peter Parker's love interest in "The Amazing Spider-Man" which grossed $752 million at the worldwide box office.
Mila Kunis, 30, took the second spot in the list for her average return of $68.70 for every $1 that she was given in portraying her characters in films like "Ted" and "Oz: The Great and Powerful." As for award-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence, she landed the third spot with an average of $68.6 for every penny she was paid starring in the films "X-Men: First Class," "The Hunger Games" and "Silver Linings Playbook."
According to the Ace Showbiz report, Jennifer Lawrence earned less than $1 million for "The Hunger Games" but got more with the sequel "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." The 23-year-old actress could have secured the higher spot in the list if the second film installment got included in the count. Too bad it did not.
For the male actors on the list, The Rock or also known as Dwayne Johnson became the highest charting after bringing home approximately $31.10 for every $1 paid to him. "With two box office hits 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' and 'Fast and Furious 6,' the pro wrestler-turned-actor also tops Forbes' 2013 Highest-Grossing Actor ahead of 'Iron Man' star Robert Downey Jr.," reveals the Ace Showbiz report.
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