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Scarlett Johansson Remains Highest Paid Actress on The Forbes List

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“Lucy” star Scarlett Johansson has topped the “Forbes” list of the highest-paid actresses for the second time, beating names like Sofia Vergara, Reese Witherspoon, and Nicole Kidman among others.

According to “forbes.com”, Johansson earned top spot with an earning of $56 million.

According to the portal, the actress, who is popular for her character Black Widow in the “Avengers” universe, raked in a lot of “Marvel money, like an eight-figure check for her upcoming ‘Black Widow’ film and an impressive back-end payment of about $35 million for the $2.8 billion-grossing “Avengers: Endgame”.

The second spot is taken by Sophia Veragara, who has $44.1 million, at the third position is Reese Witherspoon with $35 million.

Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Aniston have secured the fourth and fifth position in the list with $34 million and $28 million respectively. 

Kaley Cuoco Elisabeth Moss Margot Robbie Charlize Theron and Ellen Pompeo have been named in the list too. 

Here’s the list of the world’s highest-paid actresses of 2019:

1. Scarlett Johansson: Earnings: $56 million

2. Sofia Vergara: Earnings: $44.1 million 

3. Reese Witherspoon: Earnings: $35 million 

4. Nicole Kidman: Earnings: $34 million 

5. Jennifer Aniston: Earnings: $28 million 

6. Kaley Cuoco: Earnings: $25 million 

7. Elisabeth Moss: Earnings: $24 million 

8. Margot Robbie: Earnings: $23.5 million 

9. Charlize Theron: Earnings: $23 million 

10. Ellen Pompeo: Earnings: $22 million 

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