It's not been long when a judge issued a restraining order against the Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp, after his wife, Amber Heard, alleged that Depp has physically and verbally abused her. The couple reached a $7 million divorce settlement in August, but not before the $190 million sequel to Alice in Wonderland crashed at the box office.

Depp is this year's most overpaid actor according to a report and list provided by Forbes. His last three movies returned just $2.80 at the box office for every $1 he was paid on them. While the damning accusations did not impact his earnings during our scoring period, they look set to damage his box office prospects for months to come. It's the latest bad career news for Depp, who has suffered some high-profile misses including last year's Mortdecai and 2014's Transcendence.

Fate of Will Smith walked him down the same road as Johnny's. He has had a similarly poor run at the box office recent years. Smith returned a dismal $5 at the ticket booth for every $1 he earned from his recent films. With Concussion, an Oscar nod evaded him and the movie barely met its $34 million production costs; Focus was a little better. Smith's outsized paydays, coupled with box office disappointments, translate to poor returns.

This year's ranking of Hollywood's Most Overpaid Actors is dominated by established male leads like Depp and Smith whose historic successes allow them to command eight figures, despite frequent recent cinematic washouts. To compile our rundown, we looked at the last three films each actor starred in before June 2016, save animated films, movies where the actor appeared in an insignificant role, or movies that were released on fewer than 2,000 screens. We did not examine folks unless they had starred in a new eligible movie since last year's scoring period.

We then deducted the estimated production budget from the global box office for each film according to Box Office Mojo to come up with a limited definition of each movie’s operating income. We took the total operating income from the star's three most recent significant films then divided by the star's estimated pay for those films to come up with a final return on investment number.

Despite eight figure paychecks, Johnny Depp's recent films have flopped at the box office.