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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson topped the list of the highest-paid actors for the second year in a row thanks in large part to revenue from Netflix.
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The celebrity, whose recent blockbuster hits include “Jumanji” and “Hobbs & Shaw,” topped Forbes’ list of the top Hollywood earners with a reported $87.5 million in profits for 2020. However, it’s worth noting that the star doesn’t just rake in the estimated total from acting. His popular Under Armour line, Project Rock, was factored in as well.
In addition, the actor, like many on the top 10 list, got a major boost due to revenue from Netflix. The streaming giant reportedly made up $23.5 million of the bodybuilding star’s revenue for his role as an art-thief-chasing Interpol agent in the upcoming Netflix film “Red Notice.”
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