It will come as no surprise that names such as Robert Downey Jr., Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot arrive near the top when listing the highest paid actors in Hollywood, but thanks to a new study from Variety, we now know exactly how much the big movie stars are banking in 2019.

The report looks at the star salaries based on a single-movie paycheck. Reynolds comes out on top, scoring a whopping $27 million for Netflix's Six Underground, the release date of which is yet to be announced.

Dwayne Johnson meanwhile will be taking home $20 million for Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw. That sum matches Downey Jr.'s check for The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle, which is set to land in theaters in January 2020.

Elsewhere, Emily Blunt is the highest-paid woman on the list for the year so far; she's set to bank between $12 and $13 million for A Quiet Place 2, while Gal Gadot will make $10 million for Wonder Woman 1984.

Head over to Variety for the full salary list.

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