After releasing a list of the highest paid women in music earlier this year, finance magazine Forbes has unveiled its list of the highest grossing actors of 2017.

Vin Diesel comes in at number one, earning an insane $1.6 billion in ticket sales this year, largely thanks to the success of The Fate of the Furious.

Diesel's Fast and The Furious co-star Dwayne Johnson is at second place, bringing in $1.6 billion in ticket sales, while Gal Gadot grossed $1.4 billion from both Wonder Woman and Justice League.

Browse the full list below, then head to Forbes for more insight on how the list was calculated.

1. Vin Diesel ($1.6 billion) 2. Dwayne Johnson ($1.5 billion) 3. Gal Gadot ($1.4 billion) 4. Emma Watson ($1.3 billion) 5. Johnny Depp ($1.1 billion) 6. Daisy Ridley ($1.08 billion) 7. Tom Holland ($888 million) 8. Chris Pratt ($864 million) 9. Chris Hemsworth ($845 million) 10. John Boyega ($815 million)

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