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Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds the top two highest paid male actors on Forbes list

Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds the top two highest paid male actors on Forbes list

FILE PHOTO: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson poses upon arriving for the Time 100 Gala celebrating Time magazine's 100 most influential people in the world in New York, U.S., April 23, 2019. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly/File Photo

Wrestler-turned-movie star Dwayne Johnson clung to the top slot on the list of the world's highest-paid male actors for a second straight year, according to an annual tally released by Forbes magazine on Tuesday (Aug 11).

Johnson, also known by his ring name 'The Rock', earned US$87.5 million (S$120 million) from Jun 1, 2019 to Jun 1, 2020, Forbes said, including US$23.5 million from Netflix Inc to star in movie thriller Red Notice. He also benefited from his 'Project Rock' fitness wear line for Under Armour Inc.

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Ryan Reynolds, who co-stars with Johnson in Red Notice, came in second in the Forbes ranking of male stars. He earned US$20 million for that film, plus another US$20 million for Netflix movie Six Underground, the magazine said, part of his US$71.5 million total for the one-year period.

Actor and producer Mark Wahlberg, star of Netflix action comedy Spenser Confidential, finished third with US$58 million. Next on the list were actors Ben Affleck with US$55 million and Vin Diesel with US$54 million.

Akshay Kumar, the only Bollywood star in the top 10, landed in sixth place with earnings of US$48.5 million. Most of his income came from product endorsements, Forbes said.

Rounding out the list were Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, actors Will Smith and Adam Sandler, and martial arts star Jackie Chan.

The figures are pre-tax and do not include deductions for fees given to agents, managers and lawyers, Forbes said.

The magazine releases a separate list of highest-paid actresses.

(Source: Reuters)

Source: Reuters/sr

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