Jennifer Lawrence underpaid 6 million


Дженнифер Лоуренс недоплатили 6 миллионов
The actress earned the most in Hollywood, disappointed.

Дженнифер Лоуренс недоплатили 6 миллионов

Jennifer Lawrence

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Melissa McCarthy

Photo: Splash News/East news

According to the list published yesterday
authoritative edition of Forbes, Jennifer Lawrence again
for the second consecutive year, took first place in the list of Hollywood Actresses who have earned more than all over the past
year. Lawrence received $ 46 million. But Lawrence instead
to be happy, upset. Indeed, in
last year she earned six million more expected in this
year at least to maintain, if not improve your score.

However, in fact, Jennifer should not have
upset, because last year was just unbelievably successful. She
had a chance to star in two blockbusters: the futuristic Thriller “the Hunger games: mockingjay.
Part 2” and another movie from the franchise about the X-Men. Not to mention, she
she was nominated for “Oscar” and could get his for the second
Academy award…

As for all the other Actresses, caught
in the list of most successful terms of revenue over the past year, they greatly
behind Lawrence. So, the second place winner, comedienne
Melissa McCarthy starred in “Ghostbusters” and “the Spy” paid
“only” 33 million. And became the third Scarlett Johansson even less — 25 million. As a former universal
favorite Jennifer aniston didn’t even manage to get to the first “three”, earning
only 21 million. Moreover, a significant
part of this sum — no royalties from the movie, and the money received for participation in a variety of
advertising companies — from airlines to drinks and shampoos.

A full list of the most successful actors of the year
will be published only tomorrow. However, it was learned that there was a change
leader. First place will take the Dwayne Johnson, who earned 64, 5 million,
olesnicki from the first position last year “champion” — Robert Downey Jr.



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