Forbes Lists Movie's Richest Fictional Characters Of All Time!

Throughout the years and during our childhood, we have seen and been  influenced by tons of movie characters.

Whether it was their courage, bravery, or wit, we were hooked to their every  word and move.

 

If these characters were to exist in real life, can you imagine how much they  would get paid?

Apparently, Forbes can! The money magazine just released their list of the  richest movie characters, and it definitely seems pretty accurate.

 

From Tony Stark taking over as Iron Man, to Forrest Gump winning over our  hearts, these characters would be very deserving of some of that Hollywood  dough!

Check out the list below:

1. Smaug ("The Hobbit") $62 billion

2. Flintheart Glomgold (Scrooge McDuck's archnemesis) $51.9 billion

3. Carlisle Cullen ("Twilight") $36.3 Billion

4. Jed Clampett ("Beverly Hillbillies") $9.8 billion

5. Tony Stark ("Iron Man") $9.3 Billion

6. Richie Rich $8.9 Billion

7. Charles Foster Kane ("Citizen Kane") $8.3 Billion

8. Bruce Wayne ("Batman") $6.9 Billion

9. Forrest Gump ("Forrest Gump") $5.7 Billion

10. Mr. Monopoly $2.5 billion

11. Lisbeth Salander ("The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo") $2.4  Billion

 

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