Before you head out to see the latest movie blockbuster this summer, check out Forbes' list of Hollywood's highest-paid actresses based on estimated earnings between June 2012 and June 2013.
No. 10: Julia Roberts ($11 million)
While Roberts didn't have any big hits in the past year, the well-established hitmaker is now able to pick and choose the films she wants to do, which includes the upcoming ensemble comedy-drama "August: Osage County," in which she co-stars with Meryl Streep. She also gets paid for her endorsement work with Lancome.
No. 9: Mila Kunis ($11 million)
Kunis had two huge moneymakers land her on the list: "Ted" and "Oz the Great and Powerful." The two films earned a combined $1 billion worldwide.
No. 8: Natalie Portman ($14 million)
Although Portman took some time off and didn't have a movie come out in 2012, she returns in a big way with this year's superhero sequel "Thor: The Dark World."
No. 7: Sandra Bullock ($14 million)
Like, Portman, Bullock also took some time off recently, but returns to the spotlight this year with both "The Heat" and "Gravity." The former, which saw Bullock star with Melissa McCarthy, has already made more than $140 million worldwide and has been greenlit for a sequel.
No. 6: Charlize Theron ($15 million)
The past year has seen Theron star in the blockbusters "Snow White and the Huntsman" and "Prometheus," the latter of which earned $403 million worldwide. She also supplements her income as an actress with endorsements for brands like Dior.
No. 5: Emma Stone ($16 million)
Last summer saw Stone make her summer blockbuster debut in "The Amazing Spider-Man," which made more than $750 million at the worldwide box office.
No. 4: Jennifer Aniston ($20 million)
Aniston has more recently starred in more low-key roles and movies like "Horrible Bosses" and the upcoming comedy "We're the Millers" (pictured), but she makes plenty of money from her endorsement deals with Vitamin Water and Aveeno skin care.
No. 3: Kristen Stewart ($22 million)
Like Theron, Stewart starred in last year's "Snow White and the Huntsman," but most of her money came rolling in from the final "Twilight" movie, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" (pictured).
No. 2: Jennifer Lawrence ($26 million)
Lawrence not only walked away with Oscar for her performance in 2012's "Silver Linings Playbook," but she also got a pay raise after earning less than $1 million for "The Hunger Games," one of the top-grossing movies of 2012. Lionsgate is paying her much more for the sequel "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," set for a Nov. 22, 2013, release.
No. 1: Angelina Jolie ($33 million)
Jolie's face hasn't appeared on a movie screen since 2010's "Salt" and "The Tourist." But she made up for her time away with a big pay day for Disney's "Maleficent," a new spin on the Sleeping Beauty story set for release in July 2014.