Emma Stone and Louis C.K. are among the stars that will be appearing on Forbes' Celebrity 100 list for the first time when the 2013 class is revealed tomorrow. Read on for a preview of five of the nineteen names that will debut on the list.
Emma Stone lands at 84th place, as she earned an estimated $16 million between June 2012 and now. The majority of her salary came from her Spider-Man blockbuster and her gig as the face of Revlon.
While Louis C.K. might earn less by cutting out the middlemen in his revolutionary direct-to-fans ticket-distributing platform, the new process has been well-received by fans. The comedian reportedly grossed $4.5 million in sales in just 45 hours when he sold digital downloads of his comedy special directly from his website.
Funny lady Amy Poehler debuts on the list thanks to her comedy Parks & Recreation, which is currently the highest rated sitcom on NBC. The comedienne also snagged a million-dollar deal for her upcoming illustrated book.
After two huge films (i.e. Ted and Oz: The Great and Powerful) it's no wonder Mila Kunis joins the list for the first time. The two flicks earned a combined $1 billion worldwide.
Our final first-timer, Neil Patrick Harris, has found his niche as Hollywood's go-to triple threat, delighting audiences whether he's reciting lines on his hit show How I Met Your Mother or singing show tunes while hosting the Tony Awards.
Check out the rest of the Celebrity 100 preview here.