THE film universe has been rocked by a gender opening compensate quarrel — with only 3 women among its 20 highest-paid stars.
Hollywood luminary Mark Wahlberg, 46, is the world’s best-paid actor, raking in £53million in the past year.
Emma Stone, 28, done £20million, but as top lady she only came 15th in the annual abounding list from US repository Forbes.
Jennifer Aniston, 48, in 16th place with £20million, and Jennifer Lawrence, 27, in 17th on £19million, were the only other women on the list.
La La Land Oscar-winner Emma has formerly cursed compensate inequality.
Earlier this year she told how some male stars had concluded to compensate cuts to compare her salary.
Emma said: “That’s something they do for me since they feel it’s what’s right and fair.”
Wahlberg’s new roles embody Transformers: The Last Knight, disaster biopic Deepwater Horizon and the Boston Marathon explosve play Patriots Day.
His fender compensate pushed last year’s top earner, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, 45, into second place with £51million — despite his big bill reconstitute of Baywatch flopping at the box office.
Tough man Vin Diesel, 50, is in third place with £42million.
Industry experts put the compensate opening down to a miss of opportunities for older womanlike stars and the prevalence of male-fronted movement blockbusters.