Angelina Jolie is Hollywood’s biggest draw
At least it’s something to make Angelina Jolie happy. Latest reports claim the Jolie-Pitt love paradise is enduring a tsunami, and the couple’s friends are afraid future together for Angie and Brad is now under question.
Anyways, according to Forbes, Angelina Jolie is the heavyweight box-office earner and the greatest attraction in Hollywood.
The publication conducted the Hollywood’s Most Bankable Actresses survey last fall, and the experts picked Jolie among 1,400 actors as the number one to make a project successful and profitable.
She is the biggest celebrity draw, what with the tabloids, her relationship with Brad Pitt, her involvement in causes. People can’t get enough of her,” producer Janet Yang(The Joy Luck Club, Dark Matter) said.
The Challenging star and Oscar nominee is followed by Duplicity babe and mother-of-three Julia Roberts, whose Pretty Woman is still the top-grossing in her career.
The top three also includes Meryl Streep who’s still fabulous at 59. Mamma Mia!’s global box office success proves I’m right.
The other Hollywood’s bankable female stars are:
4. Nicole Kidman
5. Reese Witherspoon
6. Charlize Theron
7. Cate Blanchett
8. Jodie Foster
9. Keira Knightley
10. Gwyneth Paltrow
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