Hollywood heartthrob Johnny Depp has topped the list of Hollywood's most powerful movers and shakers, followed by pop's leading star, Lady Gaga in a new power list.
Hollywood Hall of Famer Johnny Depp has topped Entertainment Weekly's new power list of entertainers. Taking second place is Pokerface singer Lady Gaga.
His Royal Hotness Johnny Depp has played characters ranging from the bizarre Edward Scissorhands to the menacing John Dillinger. His unusual career choices and his impressive box office total of $5.9 billion make Captain Jack Sparrow Hollywood's top dog, savvy?
Lady Gaga may have had a Bad Romance but that didn't get in between her and the second spot on the list. She is also the second most powerful woman in the world, according to Forbes.
Third place goes to alpha female Oprah Winfrey. She might be retiring her show next year but don't expect to see her off the power lists anytime soon.
Former American Idol judge Simon Cowell is number 4.
The Fresh Prince of Bel Air shows no sign of slowing down – Will Smith rounds up the top 5.
Reformed bad boy Robert Downey, Jr. flexes his iron muscles in sixth place.
Sandra Bullock followed up her Oscar with a very public divorce but she's still Miss Congeniality at number 7.
8th place goes to TV's funny girl Ellen DeGeneres.
Leo DiCaprio is at number 9. No, it's not a dream – he really is at number 9.
Rapster Eminem makes it to the top 10.
Hollywood funniest triple threat, actor-producer-director Ben Stiller is number 11.
Angelina Jolie shows she's worth her Salt at number 12.
America's Sweetheart Ryan Seacrest is in 13th place.
There's nothing Inglorious about uber-hottie Brad Pitt at number 14.
Number 15 belongs to TV's highest paid actor, the seemingly unstoppable Charlie Sheen.
will.i.am is having a good night in 16th place.
Adam Sandler is all Grown Up at number 17.
Kanye West, the man we love to hate, settles for 18th place.
Multiple Grammy winner Beyonce puts a ring on it at number 19.
The astonishing Meryl Streep's powerhouse of talent brings her in at number 20.
Writer-producer Seth MacFarlane, the man behind Family Guy, makes it to number 21.
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart proves he's a cultural touchstone at number 22.
Tom Cruise slips to number 23. Mission Impossible: to make it back to the top in time for the next list.
Taylor Swift is Fearless at number 24.
David Letterman gets to 25th spot despite a sex scandal and trailing ratings.
Jay-Z is in an Empire State of Mind at number 26.
30 Rock creator Tina Fey flies the flag for regular girls at number 27.
2 time Oscar winner Denzel Washington comes in at number 28.
Agent 007 Daniel Craig is well on his way to 001 at number 29.