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Top Worldwide Leading Stars for Multiple Production Methods Movies


See also: Domestic Leading Multiple Production Methods Stars - International Leading Multiple Production Methods Stars - Worldwide Leading Live Action Stars - Worldwide Leading Animation/Live Action Stars - Worldwide Leading Digital Animation Stars - Worldwide Leading Hand Animation Stars - Worldwide Leading Stop-Motion Animation Stars - Worldwide Leading Rotoscoping Stars

This chart contains the top 100 stars based on the cumulative worldwide box office of all the Multiple Production Methods movies a star has had a leading role in over their lifetime.

Roles in animated movies and other voice-only roles are included in the calculations in this chart.

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Elizabeth Banks photo
Elizabeth Banks
Best known as a Supporting Actress based on credits in that role in 26 films.
Top films contributed to this record: Movie 43 ($31,164,747 in 2012)

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Christopher Mintz-Plasse
Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 9 films.
Top films contributed to this record: Movie 43 ($31,164,747 in 2012)

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Anna Faris
Best known as a Supporting Actress based on credits in that role in 10 films.
Top films contributed to this record: Movie 43 ($31,164,747 in 2012)

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Complete List

Rank Name Worldwide
Box Office
Movies Average
1 Elizabeth Banks $31,164,747 1 $31,164,747
2 Christopher Mintz-Plasse $31,164,747 1 $31,164,747
3 Anna Faris $31,164,747 1 $31,164,747
4 Leslie Bibb $31,164,747 1 $31,164,747
5 Chloƫ Grace Moretz $31,164,747 1 $31,164,747
6 Emma Stone $31,164,747 1 $31,164,747
7 Richard Gere $31,164,747 1 $31,164,747
8 Seann William Scott $31,164,747 1 $31,164,747
9 Johnny Knoxville $31,164,747 1 $31,164,747
10 Hugh Jackman $31,164,747 1 $31,164,747

This table is updated daily to reflect the latest studio reports.

Note: This chart is not adjusted for inflation.

Image attributions

Elizabeth Banks: By David Shankbone (Own work) [CC-BY-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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