Cast member Jennifer Lawrence poses on the red carpet before the German premiere of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" in Berlin CREDIT: REUTERS/Thomas Peter
Jennifer Lawrence was voted by cinema owners as the top money-making actor in the movie industry last 2013.
The Quigley Publishing Company released its annual top money-making stars list, and for the year 2013, the "American Hustle" actress landed the top spot. She bested out Sandra Bullock and costar Bradley Cooper in the top ten list.
Three actors have been on the list for three consecutive years now, namely Brad Pitt, Robert Downey, Jr. and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Rounding up the list are Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington, Hugh Jackman and Melissa McCarthy. "American Hustle" costars Amy Adams and James Franco were deemed as this year's Stars of Tomorrow. Just last year, Lawrence was declared as Stars of Tomorrow alongside Joseph Gordon Levitt.
The list is based on the poll run by the company to cinema owners who were asked to list down their top 10 stars who they believed have earned the most from their films during the calendar year.
Lawrence was also included in two more year-ender lists. Variety Magazine lists the actress in its list of Most Influential People of 2013. The magazine says the actress 'xemplifies the new breed of versatile actress who moves easily between tentpoles and adult dramas.' She joins the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Kerry Washington, Ben Affleck, and "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan in this list.
Finally, Lawrence also made it to two more lists, this time from Fandango. The site's users declare her as the sexiest woman on film for 2014, besting out Mila Kunis, Angelina Jolie and Jessica Alba in the title. Her male equivalent is Ryan Gosling who will star in the still-untitled film by Terrence Malick.
Lawrence is set to reprise her role as Katniss Everdeen in "Mockingjay Part 1," the third installment of "The Hunger Games" franchise. She will also be back as Mystique in the upcoming movie "X Men: Days of Future Past." Both films will be out in theaters within the year.
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