Which stars are getting paid the most in 2019?

While Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt are definitely on the list, neither is number one, according to Variety's "Money Issue." Both apparently took a pay cut (earning a mere $10 million each) to make "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" for Quentin Tarantino.

Who is number one? A sweet $27 million for Michael Bay's "6 Underground" makes Ryan Reynolds the highest-paid actor in Hollywood. Thanks, Netflix! (And this list doesn't seem to include his paycheck for "Detective Pikachu!")

And at $12-13 million, Emily Blunt's fee for "A Quiet Place 2" means she's the highest-paid actress in Hollywood right now.

Robert Downey Jr., who is getting a bundle for "Avengers: Endgame," is branching out to a possible new franchise with Dr. Dolittle. His paycheck? $20 million.

Also fascinating, see who earns the most on "Hobbs & Shaw" and "Bad Boys for Life."

Here's the whole list:

1. Ryan Reynolds: $27 million for "6 Underground" (Netflix)

2. Dwayne Johnson: $20 million "Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw" (Universal)

Robert Downey Jr.: $20 million, "The Voyage of Dr. Dolittle" (Universal)

3. Will Smith: $17 million, "Bad Boys for Life" (Sony)

4. Jason Statham: $13 million, "Hobbs & Shaw" (Universal)

5. Tom Cruise:  $12-14 million, "Top Gun: Maverick" (Paramount)

6. Emily Blunt, $12-13 million, "A Quiet Place" (Paramount)

7. Leonardo DiCaprio: $10 million, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" (Sony)

Gal Gadot: $10 million, "Wonder Woman 1984" (Warner Bros.)

Brad Pitt, $10 million, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" (Sony)

8. Margot Robbie: $9-10 million, "Birds of Prey" (Warner Bros.)

9. Ben Affleck: $8 million, "Triple Frontier" (Netflix)

Idris Elba: $8 million, "Hobbs & Shaw" (Universal)

10. Kristen Stewart: $7 million, "Charlie's Angels" (Sony)

11. Martin Lawrence: $6 million, "Bad Boys for Life" (Sony)

12. Joaquin Phoenix: $4.5 million, "Joker" (Warner Bros.)

13. Jessica Chastain, $2.5 million, "It: Chapter 2" (Warner Bros.)

[Via Variety]