Angelina Jolie tops Forbes' just-announced highest paid actress list; she made an estimated $33 million between June 2012 and June 2013. Check out the other four names rounding out the top five, below.
Though Jolie's last big film, 2010's "The Tourist," underperformed at the box office, she can still command over $15 million for certain films, such as Disney's upcoming "Maleficent," in which she plays the title role.
Second on the list is Jennifer Lawrence, whose huge year brought her $26 million. She not only won the Best Actress Oscar for "Silver Linings Playbook," but also toplined "The Hunger Games." Though she was paid under $1 million for the $690 million-earning franchise starter, her price was bumped for the upcoming "Catching Fire." She also has "X-Men: Days of Future Past" in the hopper.
Kristen Stewart is third with $22 million. This is the fourth time for Stewart on the Forbes list, though they mention it might be her last for a while, with cashcow "Twilight" now over.
Jennifer Aniston is in fourth place with $20 million, with Forbes crediting "Friends" as the gift that keeps giving. Emma Stone is in fifth place with $16 million, thanks to the "Amazing Spider-Man" reboots.