Scarlett Johansson has topped Forbes magazine’s yearly rundown of the world’s most generously compensated on-screen characters’ 2018 rundown. Johansson made over $40 million (Rs 280 crore) and featured in three movies between June 2017 and June 2018 – a voice part in Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs, the R-appraised parody Rough Night and as Black Widow in Avengers: Infinity War. Johansson featured in the movies bomb Ghost in the Shell in March, 2017. There is no Indian on the rundown with Deepika Padukone tumbling off the rundown as well.
She toppled Emma Stone off the main spot on the rundown, quadrupling her 2017 income. Her being a piece of the record-breaking third Avengers film, and the up and coming Avengers 4 is the greatest supporter of her ascent up the positions. “The percent of spending cost have surely skewed overwhelming, especially on the Avengers motion pictures, to cast now, though perhaps in the mid ones it was more visual impacts or underneath the line,” the Forbes report cites Kevin Feige, Marvel Studios President and maker, as saying a year ago. “Be that as it may, that is alright in light of the fact that [the actors] are the best impacts.”