Jennifer Lawrence has once again been named the highest-paid actress in the world. The Joy star stacked up $46 million pretax between June 1, 2015 and June 1, 2016, Forbes reported in their annual ranking. The final Hunger Games sequel (for now!) boosted Lawrence's 2015 income significantly, which was down 11.5 percent from her previous haul of $52 million in 2015.
Melissa McCarthy and Scarlett Johansson rounded out the top 3, with McCarthy showing a $10 million increase thanks to an estimated "eight-figure payday" for this summer's Ghostbusters reboot. McCarthy came in with $33 million on the 2016 rich list against Scarlett Johansson's third place finish of $25 million.
Newcomer Deepika Padukone, known for Bollywood blockbusters such as Bajirao Mastani and the forthcoming Vin Diesel film xXx: Return of Xander Cage, earned a cool $10 million during Forbes ranking period, good enough for 10th place. Elsewhere in the top 10, Chinese star Fan Bingbing (Iron Man 3) bagged $17 million to return to the list for the second year in a row. Charlize Theron, star of confirmed greatest movie ever Mad Max: Fury Road, also returns to the list for the first time since 2013 with $16.5 million.
The top 10's collective earnings stands at a whopping $205 million before taxes and other boring shit are taken out, with 4 women on the list each landing more than $20 million of that total alone. Compared to men in the industry, a tease of Forbes' forthcoming actors ranking showed that 18 banked more than $20 million during the same ranking period.
Here's the full top 10 in reverse order:
10. Deepika Padukone ($10 million)
9. Mila Kunis ($11 million)
8. Julia Roberts ($12 million)
7. Amy Adams ($13.5 million)
6. Charlize Theron ($16.5 million)
5. Fan Bingbing ($17 million)
4. Jennifer Aniston ($21 million)
3. Scarlett Johansson ($25 million)
2. Melissa McCarthy ($33 million)
1. Jennifer Lawrence ($46 million)
Peep Forbes' full breakdown of the highest-paid actresses in the world right here.