Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds Top 2020’s Highest-Paid Actors

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Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds Top 2020's Highest-Paid Actors

Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds Top 2020’s Highest-Paid Actors

The Top 10 highest-paid actors of 2020 have been revealed (via Forbes) with Dwayne Johnson topping the list for the second year in a row. According to the outlet, Netflix helped boost earnings for many of the stars on the list, including Ryan Reynolds and Adam Sandler. You can check out the Top 10 highest-paid actors of 2020 below!

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Sandler’s ranking on the list is in large part thanks to his four-film, $250 million deal signed in 2014, with the streamer paying the actor $31 million this year as part of his overall deal. Netflix users have reportedly streamed more than 2 billion hours of Sandler’s work on the streamer, resulting in a new deal signed in January that is rumored to be worth more than the initial one.

Additionally, Netflix paid out a combined $545.5 million to the top-earning actors in 2020’s Top 10 list. A chunk of Johnson’s earnings, for example, came from a $23.5 million paycheck for his role in the upcoming film Red Notice, co-starring Reynolds. The streaming giant paid out a combined $85 million this year to Reynolds, Mark Wahlberg, Ben Affleck, and Vin Diesel.

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  1. Dwayne Johnson (Red Notice) – $87.5 million
  2. Ryan Reynolds (Six Underground, Red Notice) – $71.5 million
  3. Mark Wahlberg (Spenser Confidential, McMillions, Wahl Street) – $58 million
  4. Ben Affleck (The Way Back, The Last Thing He Wanted) – $55 million
  5. Vin Diesel (Fast & Furious Spy Racers) – $54 million
  6. Akshay Kumar (The End) – $48.5 million
  7. Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton) – $45.5 million
  8. Will Smith (King Richard) – $44.5 million
  9. Adam Sandler (Murder Mystery, Uncut Gems) – $41 million
  10. Jackie Chan (Vanguard, Good Night Beijing) – $40 million

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