Jennifer Lawrence comes back this year with a wonderful performance on both the big screen and her pocket, getting around 46$ million dollars during the last 12 months, according to Forbes, the magazine about people with money.
For a lot of people, Jennifer is the actress of the moment, for many, she’s a candidate to win the Oscar. Lawrence makes all her fame to win some reason, and talking about winning, she’s the woman who made more money in Hollywood, the main actress on The Hunger Games has made so much money than almost the same that the guy in the Top Earning Actors has made, Dwayne Johnson.
Academy Awards started in 1929. It is the most prestigious awards for movies. This event holds international attention every year. There are some interesting facts associated with Oscars, which you might have never heard of.
1. The Oscar winners cannot own the statues they receive. Those who receive the award must sign an agreement stating that if they think of selling the trophy, they must first offer them to the Oscar committee for $1. They won’t be able to keep their trophy if they refuse. This has been the rule since 1950. If these trophies appear on the open market, they sell at a very high price. Steven Spielberg, for example, bought Bette Davis’ Oscar for $578,000 in 2001 and gave it back to the Academy. Michael Jackson paid more than one million for David Selznick’s Oscar in 1999.