Entertainment Most Valuable Stars 2015: The Vulture ranking includes Tom Cruise, Jennifer Lawrence, more By BRITTANY HAMLETT-CONCEPCION firstname.lastname@example.org Updated November 16, 2015 4:03 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Not all celebrities are made equal — apparently even stars get ranked. Vulture curated stars' rankings according to guest statistician Harry Enten's formula. The plethora of criteria includes box-office earnings, social media love, Academy Award wins and more. Here are the top 10 most valued stars in 2015. 10. Scarlett Johansson Photo Credit: Getty Images / Jason Merritt The "Lucy" and "Avengers: Age of Ultron" star racked up more than $145 million in domestic and foreign box office earnings. She had a 69-percent likability factor, but did not receive any Oscar nominations or wins. 9. Channing Tatum Photo Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures / Claudette Barius The "Magic Mike XXL" star earned more than $125 million in foreign and domestic box office sales. His likability factor was 64 percent but he did not receive any Oscar nods. 8. Sandra Bullock Photo Credit: Getty Images / Tibrina Hobson Although the "Our Brand is Crisis" star reportedly received the lowest returns for her latest movie, she earned more than $300 million this year. She also had one Oscar win and an 83-percent likability factor. 7. Hugh Jackman Photo Credit: Getty Images The "Wolverine" star racked up more than $260 million in box-office earnings. He received an Oscar nod for his "Les Miserables" role, and he has a high likability factor at 77 percent. 6. Tom Cruise Photo Credit: Patrick McMullan / Jimi Celeste The "Mission Impossible" actor earned more than $380 million in the box office. He was last nominated for an Oscar for his performance in "Magnolia" in 2000. Despite his earnings, his likability factor is at 44 percent. 5. Dwayne Johnson Photo Credit: Getty Images / Jesse Grant The "San Andreas" star earned more than $380 million in the box office. He doesn't have any Oscar nominations or awards but his likability factor is at 72 percent. 4. Bradley Cooper Photo Credit: Getty Images / Anthony Harvey The "Burnt" star racked up more than $190 million in box-office earnings. He earned Oscar nominations for his roles in "American Sniper," "American Hustle" and "Silver Linings Playbook." For likability, he ranks at 71 percent. 3. Leonardo Dicaprio Photo Credit: Getty Images / Mark Davis Although the "Wolf of Wall Street" star did not make a movie last year, he earned more than $360 million in the box office. He has a 67 percent likability factor and was nominated for five Oscars. 2. Robert Downey Jr. Photo Credit: Getty Images / NBC / Theo Wargo Hollywood's "Iron Man" earned more than $1.25 billion in the box office. He has two Oscar nominations and a 73 percent likability factor. 1. Jennifer Lawrence Photo Credit: EPA / Juanjo Martin The "Hunger Games" star tops the chart by earning more than $545 million in the box office. She received three Oscar nominations and one win for her "Silver Linings Playbook" performance in 2013, and her likability factor is 72 percent. By BRITTANY HAMLETT-CONCEPCION email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic 14 celebs who hail from the 'Boogie Down' BronxHere are just a few famous Bronxites. Nicki Minaj and other celebs who hail from QueensLots of stars grew up in the borough. Holiday movies to go see now ('Macbeth'), plus more to comeFrom Oscar bait to mindless fun, here are our picks. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.