Film Actors Top 10

top 10 actorsWelcome to Film Actors the 2008 To 2009 Top 10 Richest Actors List
Top 10 Richest Film Actor - Number 1#1
Film Actor Will Smith had eight straight movies eclipse $100 million at the box office. You know - with those kind of numbers it is understandable that he made an estimated $80 million dollars. That works out to about 40,000 an hour. How many hours you would have to work if you only made $15 an hour? It would only take you 2,666 years to make that much money. I am pretty sure he gets a lot of free drinks when he goes out too.
Top 10 Richest Film Actors - Number 2#2
Film Actor Johnny DeppTough life – good looking and rich. He made $72 million dollars. The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has made 2.76 billion…so $72 million dollars, well, that is chump change. Johnny could buy 1.44 billion five cent candies with that money. Just think of how many cavities he could provide to children all over the world?
Top 10 Richest Film Actor - Number 3 -
Film Actor TieEddie Murphy55 Million dollars. Damn that is a big pile of money too. Can you imagine if it was delivered to you every year in cash, how much room that would take up? According to the US treasury – that would be a bout 1210 pounds of hundred dollar bills.
Top 10 Richest Film Actor - Number 4
Film Actor TieMike MyersThis former office supervisor for an insurance company is tied for third place with Eddie Murphy also made $55 million. Yes $55 Million; or another way of looking at it is 550,000 One hundred dollar bills. If Mike gave away a hundred dollar bill every minute that he was awake, for an entire year - at the end of the year you would still have 199,600 hundred dollar bills left over or 19.96 million.
Top 10 Richest Film Actors - Number 5
Film Actor Leonardo DicaprioComing in at number five with $45 million dollars. Yowsa
that is still a lot of coin.
Top 10 Richest Film Actor - Number 6
Film Actor Bruce Willis He was discovered while he was working as a waiter in NYC. Coming in at a respectable $41 million. He would have to serve 4.1 million tables that all gave at least a ten dollar tip to make that happen as a waiter.
Top 10 Richest Film Actor - Number 7
Film Actor Ben Stiller $40 million. In other words he could take over 500,000 people to Disneyland.
Top 10 Richest Film Actor - Number 8
Film Actor Nicolas Cage $38 million. Not nearly as impressive as Ben Stiller – I mean he is still able to buy dinner out on the town every once in a while.
Top 10 Richest Film Actor - Number 9
Film Actor Will Ferrell $31 million. This really isn’t that much money – because at $15 an hour it would take way less time to get 31 million together.
It would only take you 1033 years to build up a booty like that.
Top 10 Richest Film Actor - Number 10
Film Actor Adam Sandler Obviously he is the loser of this top ten list. With only $30 million – I mean really. One way to make this money seem like more than it is would be to get it all in quarters. It would be 3 million rolls of quarters at a stunning weight of 1.5 million pounds. That is 750 tons or the same weight as three 747 airplanes. When you need to make a phone call
Adam is the best guy to get some change from.
Name of Earning/year
Will Smith : $80 million. Johnny Depp : $72 million. Eddie Murphy : $55 million. Mike Myers : $55 million. Leonardo DiCaprio : $45 million. Bruce Willis : $41 million. Ben Stiller : $40 million. Nicolas Cage : $38 million. Will Ferrell : $31 million Adam Sandler : $30 million

Jim Carry Hollywood

Jim Carrey, arguably the most paid comedian in Hollywood, junior most member of his Canada based family. His father was a musician and accountant. He was a performer from a very young age. he had to work extremely hard to earn bread and shelter for his family during his school days He moved to LA in 1979 to test his luck as an actor and comedian. he made extremely good impression on Rodney Dangerfield that this veteran comic signed him and he got an opportunity to do an opening act for an entire season. His next sitcom “The Duck Factory" went miserably flop. He got himself some acclaim in the comedy “In Living Color". His true stardom came through his 1994 movie Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
Though he was not appreciated much by the critics but it was a commercial hit. Later on he worked on the sequel Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995).Same year Jim Carrey was casted as a riddle in the movie Batman Forever. Earlier, in 1994 his movie Dumb and Dumber and The Mask fetched him multi million bucks. He was paid a record 20 million (for a comic role) for his next comedy The Cable Guy. He again set records in his next comedy Liar Liar (1997), but shifted gears quickly after that and did a movie, Peter Weir's The Truman Show (1998). The movie showcased his talent as a serious actor and surprised many movie aficionados. Ev

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entually He went on to win a Golden Globe for his performance.
Me, Myself & Irene got released in 2000 and Bruce Almighty in 2003 which got him another level of success.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) got him critical acclaim in which he was casted along with Kate Winslet. He was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role and co-star Kate Winslet received an Oscar nomination for her performance.
Carrey joint hands with Joel Schumacher In 2007, who casted him in the movie Batman Forever, This time he directed him in the movie The Number 23, a psychological thriller. Jim Carrey has been successful in his comic avatar as well as established himself as a good actor too.

Johnny Depp and Tim Burton

Johnny Depp and Tim Burton collaborated together for seven films, beginning with Johnny Depp's breakout role in Edward Scissorhands (1990), opposite Winona Ryder and Vincent Price. Depp's next movie with Burton was the 1994 film, Ed Wood. Once producer Scott Rudin said, "Basically Johnny Depp is playing Tim Burton in all his movies," though Burton disapproved of this comment. Depp, however agrees with Rudin's statement. According to Johnny Depp, Edward Scissorhands represented Tim Burton's inability to communicate as a teenager. Ed Wood reflected Burton's relationship with Vincent Price.

Johnny Depp and Tim BurtonJohnny Depp's next movie his third according to the collaboration with Burton was the dark Sleepy Hollow (1999) in the role of Ichabod Crane, opposite Christina Ricci. Sleepy Hollow showcased Ichabod's feelings that reflected Tim Burton's battle with the Hollywood studio system. For this performance, Johnny Depp took inspiration from Angela Lansbury, Roddy McDowall and Basil Rathbone. Johnny Depp once said, "I always thought of Ichabod as a very delicate, fragile person who was maybe a little too in touch with his feminine side, like a frightened little girl."

Johnny Depp and Tim BurtonJohnny Depp after 1999 again worked with Tim Burton in 2005 when he had his two releases the first of which was Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. In this movies Johnny Depp played the character's hair on Anna Wintour. The film was a box office success and received positive critical reaction, although Gene Wilder, who played Willy Wonka in the 1971 film, initially opposed this version. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was that released in July was followed in September by Corpse Bride, for which Johnny Depp gave voice to the character Victor Van Dort.

Johnny Depp and Tim BurtonSweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street in 2007 was Johnny and Tim's next release and the sixth one according to the collaboration. It won Johnny Depp his second major award, the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy as well as a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor. For this movie Johnny Depp worked very hard.

Johnny Depp and Tim BurtonTim Burton first gave him an original cast recording of the 1979 stage musical in 2000. Although Johnny Depp was not a fan of the genre but he grew to like the tale's musical treatment. He cited Peter Lorre in Mad Love (1935) as his main influence for the role, and practiced the songs his character would have to perform while filming Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. Though Johnny Depp had performed in musical groups, he was initially unsure that he would be able to sustain Stephen Sondheim's lyrics.

Johnny Depp and Tim BurtonThen Depp recorded demos of himself in West Hollywood, working with Bruce Witkin to shape his vocals without a qualified voice coach. The next and the last one of Depp-Burton collaboration is the upcoming Alice in Wonderland (2010). In this movie Depp will play the Mad Hatter, alongside long time collaborator, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway and Alan Rickman.

Angelina Joile

Angelina JolieThe most beautiful women in the world, our very own Angelina Jolie is again the talk of the town. It seems like it is in Angelina Jolie horoscope that when ever she will go , she will not leave any head unturn. This time the buzz is that the most beautiful Indian , our very own Aishwarya Rai is one the footsteps of the most powerful woman celebrity Angelina Jolie. Recently, during an event in Macau, Aishwarya Rai was seeing to copy Angelina Jolie's hair do and make up as well. Wish this first Bahu of Bollywood could have something called Angelina Jolie.

Aishwarya Rai seems to be such a personality to whom people look forward as an icon but the lady herself was trying to imitate none other than most beautiful woman in the world- Angelina Jolie. According to the sources, Aishwarya carried the hair do and make up that was very much like this Tomb Raider star.

Most of the people in the world wish to meet this hollywood hottest celebrity in their lives once and her male fan following wishes to have a date with this Mrs. Smith

It seems like that it is in the Angelina Jolie Horoscope that she will be such a human being on this planet who will be looked upon as an icon by evrybody whether in terms of beauty or brains.

Casablanca (1942)

casablanca The classic and much-loved romantic melodrama Casablanca (1942), always found on top-ten lists of films, is a masterful tale of two men vying for the same woman's love in a love triangle. The story of political and romantic espionage is set against the backdrop of the wartime conflict between democracy and totalitarianism. [The date given for the film is often given as either 1942 and 1943. That is because its limited premiere was in 1942, but the film did not play nationally, or in Los Angeles, until 1943.] With rich and smoky atmosphere, anti-Nazi propaganda, Max Steiner's superb musical score, suspense, unforgettable characters (supposedly 34 nationalities are included in its cast) and memorable lines of dialogue (e.g., "Here's lookin' at you, kid," and the inaccurately-quoted "Play it again, Sam"), it is one of the most popular, magical (and flawless) films of all time - focused on the themes of lost love, honor and duty, self-sacrifice and romance within a chaotic world. Woody Allen's Play It Again, Sam (1972) paid reverential homage to the film, as have the lesser films Cabo Blanco (1981) and Barb Wire (1996), and the animated Bugs Bunny short Carrotblanca (1995). The line "Play it again, Sam" appeared in the Marx Brothers' A Night in Casablanca (1946). Clips or references to the film have been used in Play It Again, Sam (1972), Brazil (1985), My Stepmother is an Alien (1988), and When Harry Met Sally (1989). Directed by the talented Hungarian-accented Michael Curtiz and shot almost entirely on studio sets, the film moves quickly through a surprisingly tightly constructed plot, even though the script was written from day to day as the filming progressed and no one knew how the film would end - who would use the two exit visas? [Would Ilsa, Rick's lover from a past romance in Paris, depart with him or leave with her husband Victor, the leader of the underground resistance movement?] And three weeks after shooting ended, producer Hal Wallis contributed the film's famous final line - delivered on a fog-shrouded runway. The sentimental story, originally structured as a one-set play, was based on an unproduced play entitled Everybody Comes to Rick's by Murray Burnett and Joan Alison - the film's original title. Its collaborative screenplay was mainly the result of the efforts of Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein and Howard Koch. In all, six writers took the play's script, and with the models of Algiers (1938) and Only Angels Have Wings (1939) to follow, they transformed the romantic tale into this quintessential classic that samples almost every film genre. Except for the initial airport sequence, the entire studio-oriented film was shot in a Warner Bros. Hollywood/Burbank studio. Many other 40s stars were considered for the lead roles: Hedy Lamarr, Ann Sheridan, French actress Michele Morgan, and George Raft. [It's an 'urban legend' that Ronald Reagan was seriously considered for a role in the film. The Warner Bros. publicity office famously planted a pre-production press release in The Hollywood Reporter on January 5, 1942 (it was also released to dozens of newspapers across the country two days later), stating that Reagan would co-star with Ann Sheridan for the third time in Casablanca (1942) - in order to actually encourage support for the soon-to-be-released film Kings Row (1942) with the two stars.And pianist Sam's role (portrayed by "Dooley" Wilson - who was actually a drummer) was originally to be taken by a female (either Hazel Scott, Lena Horne, or Ella Fitzgerald). The lead male part went to Humphrey Bogart in his first romantic lead as the tough and cynical on-the-outside, morally-principled, sentimental on-the-inside cafe owner in Casablanca, Morocco.
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