The 7 Richest Characters From Movies

Thursday, October 18 by Tony Dayton

Tony Stark

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<p>One of Hollywood’s wealthiest playboy characters, <a class=Tony Stark, is the owner of Stark Industries, which made Forbes‘ top 25 largest fictional companies. When he is not making billions and banging hot women, Stark doubles as Iron Man, a superhero who beats up bad guys. Not a bad gig for someone who used to be a heroin addict. Oh wait, that was the ACTOR who played Stark.

 

Bruce Wayne

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<p>Another billionaire playboy, Bruce Wayne is the wealthiest man in the fictional city, <a href='http://www.screenjunkies.com/tag/gotham/' class='linkify' target='_blank'>Gotham</a>. Much like Stark, Wayne enjoys being seen with beautiful women, including a very hot Russian supermodel. Unfortunately for Wayne, he has to make due without his parents, who were murdered when he was just a boy. Wayne ended up inheriting the most profitable corporation in the city, which helped him fund some awesome toys for his alter-ego, Batman.</p>
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<p><strong>Richie Rich</strong></p>
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The only boy to make the list, Richie Rich is…..well rich. In fact, in the film “Richie Rich” he is described as the wealthiest kid in the world. He also had a heart of gold. Unfortunately, the train wreck known as Maccauley Culken played the role of Richie Rich.

 

S.R Hadden

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A billionaire industrialist, S.R Hadden secretly funds scientist Ellie Arroway (Jodie Foster) which allows her to continue her work at the VLA in New Mexico as she searches for transmissions from extraterrestrial life. Additionally, there is a contraption that was created in Cape Canaveral, Florida that would allow a human being to travel to different dimensions. However, Gary Busey’s dud of a son destroyed the machine, which seemed to put an end to the project. However, Hadden revealed to Foster that he funded a similar contraption in Japan, proving that he is one rich son-of-a-gun.