MOVIE DOLLARS: How much are your favourite film stars really worth?

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Have you ever wondered who is the highest grossing Hollywood actor at UAE cinemas?

After weeks of number crunching, scrolling through IMDB and movie websites, below is a comprehensive list, in alphabetical order, of the top Hollywood stars who appeared in movies at the UAE during the 52 weeks of 2013.

We’ve only included the biggest household names in each film and if they had multiple films showing throughout the year we’ve simply added up the box office figures for their films.

To get the ball rolling, click here to get a list of the 20 biggest movies released in the UAE in 2013.

Click here for a gallery of the 20 biggest actors in the UAE and how much their films made last year.

Click here for a gallery of the 20 biggest actresses in the UAE and how much their films made last year.

In the rankings below the first number is their overall rankings out of the 477 name son the list, followed by the total box office return for all their films in 2013 and, finally, the biggest film they starred in during last year.

The basic weekly box office data was supplied by Italia Films movie promotion agency.

NB: We've put them all in alphabetical order to make it easier.

185     $1,397,084    Aaron Eckhart - OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN

243     $979,817       Abigail Breslin - THE CALL

414     $127,839       Abigail Spencer - HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT 2

107     $2,381,324    Adam Sandler - HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA

323     $334,720       Adam Scott - SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY

51        $3,347,550    Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje - THOR: THE DARK WORLD

62        $3,241,225    Adrianne Palicki - G.I JOE 2

346     $285,659       Alan Arkin - INCREDIBLE BURT WONDERSTONE

409     $135,485       Alan Rickman - GAMBIT

353     $274,968       Albert Brooks - THIS IS 40

23        $4,837,394    Albert Finney - SKYFALL

249     $865,335       Alec Baldwin - RISE OF THE GUARDIANS

463     $26,716          Alice Braga - ON THE ROAD

227     $1,109,776    Alice Eve - STAR TREK 12:INTO THE DARKNESS

111     $2,366,108    Amanda Seyfried - EPIC

389     $163,140       Amber Heard - MACHETE KILLS

349     $275,207       Amrita Rao - JOLLY LLB

34        $4,334,538    Amy Adams - MAN OF STEEL

273     $666,108       Amy Poehler - FREE BIRDS

161     $1,680,439    Andrea Riseborough - OBLIVION

Rankings continued on next page...

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