The Forbes list of the world’s richest actresses provides a heaven-sent opportunity to slaver over photos of beautiful women and very large sums of money: solemnly recorded figures that can really be no more than intelligent guesswork.
Jennifer Lawrence has been named film’s best-paid female star for the second year in a row.
Jennifer Lawrence has signed on to play Elizabeth Holmes in a movie about the embattled Silicon Valley biotech firm Theranos, which at one point was worth $9bn.
A gallery of mutants from generations old and new is spread across Marvel’s hyperactive and excitable new X-Men movie, directed by Bryan Singer, which seems to absorb ideas of occult resurgence and mythic confrontation from films like Raiders of the Lost Ark and Star Wars.
A story about self-wringing mops might sound like the worst ever movie pitch – but that’s the deal with David O Russell-directed biopic Joy, opening in UK cinemas on 1 January.
Cooper, one of the male actors to controversially earn more than Lawrence for David O Russell’s American Hustle, laments Hollywood ‘double standard’
Yesterday, Forbes released its annual list of the top-earning female actors in the world (it was updated this year to include stars beyond Hollywood).
Oscar-winning star of the Hunger Games franchise beats out Scarlett Johansson, Melissa McCarthy and China’s Fan Bingbing to become global film industry’s highest paid female star