Business and money magazine Forbes has published its annual list of the world’s highest-paid actresses. After being top for 2 consecutive years Jennifer Lawrence is no longer on top of the list. The La La Land star Emma Stone, who won an Oscar has grabbed the top position in highest paid actresses in the world. Check out the story to know who else is on the list.

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Worth: $11.5 million
The five-time Oscar nominee earns both kudos and cash by balancing awards show and box office hits such as Arrival with more commercial offerings, like the forthcoming Justice League.

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Worth: $12 million
Money Monster may not have fared well, but the forthcoming Wonder plus earnings from older movies and a Lancôme endorsement comprise much of Roberts’ payday.

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Worth: $12 million
Australian actress returns to the ranking thanks to a “one for me, one for them,” approach, countering Oscar fodder Carol with the forthcoming Marvel flick Thor: Ragnarok. She last made the highest-paid actresses list in 2009.

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Worth: $14 million
Atomic Blondeproducer and star Charlize Theron developed the spy action movie for five years before it came to fruition. Despite positive reviews, it has underperformed at the box office, limiting her compensation, but Theron still deposits paychecks from a Dior contract and upfront fees.

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Worth: $14 million
A newcomer to the highest-paid ranking, Emma Watson has Beauty and the Beast and The Circle to thank for her appearance on the list. While the latter flop was panned by critics, the former’s $1.26 billion worldwide gross should propel her to further roles.

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Worth: $15.5 million
Following the success of Bad Moms–and with a sequel in the works–Mila Kunis is hot property in Hollywood. She retains a long-standing gig as the voice of Meg on Family Guy.

4. Melissa McCarthy

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Worth: $18 million
Mike and Molly may be off the air, but the Ghostbusters star is still pocketing paychecks for movies including the forthcoming Life of the Party.

3. Jennifer Lawrence

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Worth: $24 million
Even without a Hunger Games movie, Jennifer Lawrence makes the cut from upfront fees for the forthcoming Mother! and Red Sparrow, plus a Dior contract.

2. Jennifer Aniston

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Worth: $25.5 million
Former Friends star continues to bank millions thanks to regular roles in movies such as the Yellow Birdsbut makes most of her money by endorsing the likes of Emirates airlines, Smartwater and Aveeno. Hair-care line Living Proof, which she owned a stake in, was sold to Unilever for an undisclosed amount in December 2016, adding to Aniston’s bottom line.

1. Emma Stones

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Worth: $26 million
The Oscar winner’s earnings from movie-musical La La Land comprise the bulk of her payday. She portrayed aspiring actress and barista Mia in the movie, which went on to gross $445.3 million worldwide on a $30 million production budget.She banked her largest ever annual take-home and is the biggest dollar and percent gainer, year over year, of anyone on the list.

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