Hollywood’s Highest Paid Actresses 2014

Forbes Magazine released its annual list of the highest-paid actresses, based on figures collected between June 2013 and June 2014.Topping 2012's List and #2 for 2013, Kristen Stewart dropped to #10 making $12 million for 2014. Missing on this year’s top ten list include Charlize Theron, Emma Stone, Julia Roberts, and Mila Kunis.
#10 - Kristen Stewart ($12 million)
"Clouds of Sils Maria" (credit: IFC Films)
Forbes Magazine released its annual list of the highest-paid actresses, based on figures collected between June 2013 and June 2014.

Topping 2012's List and #2 for 2013, Kristen Stewart dropped to #10 making $12 million for 2014. Missing on this year’s top ten list include Charlize Theron, Emma Stone, Julia Roberts, and Mila Kunis.

"Thor: The Dark World" (credit: Jay Maidment/Marvel Studios)
#9 - Natalie Portman ($13 million) "Thor: The Dark World" (credit: Jay Maidment/Marvel Studios)
Adams in Tim Burton's "Big Eyes" (credit: The Weinstein Company)
#8 - Amy Adams ($13 million) Adams in Tim Burton's "Big Eyes" (credit: The Weinstein Company)
"Lucy" (credit: Universal Pictures)
#7 - Scarlett Johansson ($17 million) "Lucy" (credit: Universal Pictures)
"Bad Teacher" (credit: Columbia Pictures)
#6 - Cameron Diaz ($18 million) "Bad Teacher" (credit: Columbia Pictures)
"Maleficent" (credit: Walt Disney Pictures)
#5 - Angelina Jolie ($18 million) "Maleficent" (credit: Walt Disney Pictures)
"Iron Man 3" (credit: Marvel Studios)
#4 - Gwyneth Paltrow ($19 million) "Iron Man 3" (credit: Marvel Studios)
"We’re The Millers" (credit: New Line Cinema)
#3 - Jennifer Aniston ($31 million) "We’re The Millers" (credit: New Line Cinema)
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" (credit: Lionsgate)
#2 - Jennifer Lawrence ($34 million) "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" (credit: Lionsgate)
Sandra Bullock once called making "Gravity" her "best life decision," and it looks like starring in the film has paid off at the bank.The 50-year-old Oscar-winner now finds herself in the top spot on Forbes' list of the highest earning actresses of 2014. Most of Bullock's estimated $51 million in earnings over the last year came from her salary on the Alfonso Cuaron space drama, which took in $716 million at the international box office.[ READ MORE: Sandra Bullock Tops Forbes' List Of Highest-Paid Actresses ]
#1 - Sandra Bullock ($51 million)
Sandra Bullock in "Gravity" (credit: Warner Bros. Pictures)

Sandra Bullock once called making "Gravity" her "best life decision," and it looks like starring in the film has paid off at the bank.

The 50-year-old Oscar-winner now finds herself in the top spot on Forbes' list of the highest earning actresses of 2014. Most of Bullock's estimated $51 million in earnings over the last year came from her salary on the Alfonso Cuaron space drama, which took in $716 million at the international box office.

[ READ MORE: Sandra Bullock Tops Forbes' List Of Highest-Paid Actresses ]

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