Wanting again at 2013: Esquire’s “Subsequent Technology of Hollywood Stars”

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Impressed by @restlessmao thread about vanity fair’s rising stars (women) in 2010. Regarded as enjoyable to discover a comparable comparability with males.

Just one I may discover was this 2013 cowl story / piece from Esquire about “The Subsequent Technology of Hollywood Stars”

Esquire1

Left to proper

Aaron Johnson
Idris Elba
Taylor Kitsch
Garret Hedlund
Aaron Paul
Armie Hammer

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Left to proper:

Kitsch & Elba
Hedlund & Paul
Johnson & Hammer

Of the 6 males on the quilt. Since that September 2013 cowl, none of them have been Oscar nominated (to this point), Paul is the one one to win an Emmy, Elba is the one one to win a SAG award and Johnson is the one one win a Golden Globe.

With Field Workplace receipts (supplied by TheNumbers.com). They rank as follows with lead roles

Idris Elba – $835,620,808 (15 lead roles)
Aaron Johnson – $805,501,882 (9 lead roles)
Taylor Kitsch – $775,442,538 (7 lead roles)
Armie Hammer – $538,602,855 (12 lead roles)
Aaron Paul – $232,377,277 (12 lead roles)
Garrett Hedlund – N/A (no lead roles)

What are your ideas about these actors again then and now?

Did stay as much as the hype? the potential?

Is there a promising star from this time you’re stunned wasn’t included? Or has surpassed them now?

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