Dwayne Johnson just claimed the top spot as the highest paid male actor for the second time in a row.
Per the publication, the celeb is collecting an upfront salary of up to $23.5 million for "Jumanji: The Next Level" and commanding up to 15 percent of the kitty from high-grossing franchise movies, including "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle."
Forbes also reported the star gets paid $700,000 for every episode of "Ballers" and pulls in "seven figures" in royalties for his Under Armour line.
Chris Hemsworth came in second place with estimated earnings of $76.4 million, and Robert Downey Jr.. came in third with reported earnings of $66 million.
The "Iron Man" star shares a similar deal to Johnson: he gets $20 million upfront and earns nearly 8% of the pool for his role as Iron Man, totaling to about $55 million from "Avengers: Endgame."
Others stars on the list include Bradley Cooper tying for no. 6 with estimated earnings of $57 million and Will Smith at no. 10, with estimated earnings of $35 million.
The fourth-biggest earner was Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, with $65 million, and Hong Kong-born actor and martial artist Jackie Chan with $58 million.
The figures are calculated pre-tax and do not include deductions for fees given to agents, managers, lawyers, PR ... plus everyone else on the team.