Maybe it really is true that they don't make movie stars like they used to.
Forbes released its annual Celebrity 100 list -- a tabulation of the most powerful celebs, based on earnings, media mentions, and social networking presence -- and only director Steven Spielberg represents the film industry in the top 10.
The rest are singers, including Lady Gaga (No. 2), Beyonce (No. 4), and Taylor Swift (No. 6). In the prime No. 1 position is television talk queen Oprah Winfrey.
The first actor to appear on the list is Hugh Jackman at No. 11, boosted primarily by his business Laughing Man coffee. The first movies-focused actress on the list is Angelina Jolie, in a surprising 41st place.
The lack of major movie stars at the top of Forbes' fame index comes on the heels of a recent New York Times story noting magazine covers are increasingly going to TV and music personalities.
As Entertainment Weekly editor Jess Cagle pointed out, "There was a day when movie stars were the gold standard for magazines. But movie stars are less revered than they used to be."
But Spielberg moved up thanks to the critical and financial success of "Lincoln." With this summer potentially breaking box office records, next year's list could have more movie stars at the top. Just show Forbes the money!