Jennifer Lawrence, World’s Highest-Paid Actress

0
45

Jennifer Lawrence has been knocked down a couple spots on Forbes‘ annual list of the world’s highest paid actresses, replaced at the top by La La Land star Emma Stone.

Lawrence, who previously topped the Forbes list two years in a row, now ranks at No. 3, with earnings of $24 million in the last 12 months — just a little more than half of the $46 million she made in 2016. The Hunger Games star earned most of her money in the past year from the upcoming movies Mother! and Red Sparrow, along with an endorsement deal with Dior.

Stone, who garnered significant attention last year with the movie-musical La La Land, ranked as the highest paid actress with earnings of $26 million. Most of the money came from the success of the La La Land, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress.

At No. 2 on the list this year was Jennifer Anniston, who made $25.5 million from roles in movies like The Yellow Birds and endorsement deals with Emirates, Smartwater and Aveeno.

Rounding out the top 5 on the Forbes list were Melissa McCarthy with $18 million and Mila Kunis with $15.5 million.

Jennifer Lawrence, recently crowned the world’s highest-paid actress for the second year in a row, is still working on her real estate game.

The “Hunger Games” star—who, according to Forbes, made $46 million before fees and taxes in the year through June 1, 2016—recently sold her starter condo in Santa Monica,, Calif. Her profit: Less than $280,000.The property, identified by Variety as belonging to Ms. Lawrence, sold last month for $1.15 million, about a month and a half after it was listed at $1.169 million by Andrew Thurm of Coldwell Banker. The actress reportedly bought the two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom townhouse for $879,000 in 2006, long before winning her Oscar for her role in the romantic comedy “Silver Linings Playbook” in 2012.

It is unclear when the 26-year-old last lived in the 1,413-square foot condoHer current home seems a better fit to her ascending career. In 2014, the actress paid over $7 million for a 5,550-square-foot, five-bedroom residence in Beverly Hills boasting a gym, gourmet kitchen and koi pond.

Now, Ms. Lawrence is reportedly looking at properties in Manhattan. According to the New York Post, she recently toured a duplex penthouse in Tribeca, which, with an asking price of $17.49 million, could become her most expensive real estate bet yet.

source
https://www.mansionglobal.com
http://time.com

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here