Jennifer Lawrence 2016 net worth: Named Forbes' highest-paid celebrity for 2 years in a row

(Reuters/Shannon Stapleton/Mario Anzuoni/Stefan Wermuth/File Photos)The top three highest-paid celebrities in 2016, according to Forbes. Jennifer Lawrence (middle) tops the list with million in net worth, followed by Melissa McCarthy (left) and Scarlett Johansson (right).

The "Hunger Games" star, Jennifer Lawrence, still proves that she remains the girl on fire with a total net worth of $46 million for 2016.

Forbes listed the actress as this year's highest-paid celebrity, topping the list for the second year in a row, and putting Melissa McCarthy on second at $33 million in net worth. Scarlett Johansson also trails behind with a reported $25 million in net worth, while Jennifer Aniston comes fourth with $21 million.

Lawrence, however, is down for at least 11.5 percent from her $52 million net worth from last year. Despite this, she remained on top of the list — thanks to the big box-office success of "Hunger Games," raking in $653.4 million in sales for the last movie installment.

Lawrence was also recently commended for her role in "Joy," which earned her a Best Actress nomination for the Academy Awards. She was also lauded for her recent roles in "American Hustle," "X-Men," and "Silver Linings Playbook," which won her an Academy Award back in 2013.

Additionally, Lawrence is rewarded with a big upfront fee for the upcoming movie, "Passengers." In a report by Hollywood Take, Lawrence got a $20 million deal for the film — much more than her male co-star, Chris Pratt.

Despite her successful movie deals, Lawrence also has a $15 million contract deal with fashion brand, Dior. And aside from "Passengers," the actress has more upcoming films such as "Bad Blood," "Red Sparrow" and "It's What I Do."

Lawrence is known for being an outspoken actress in Hollywood. She once wrote, "Jeremy Renner, Christian Bale, and Bradley Cooper all fought and succeeded in negotiating powerful deals for themselves. If anything, I'm sure they were commended for being fierce and tactical, while I was busy worrying about coming across as a brat and not getting my fair share."