Depp knocked off most searched spot
Johnny Depp has been knocked off the number one spot of IMDb.com's Top Stars list by Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis.
The Pirates Of The Caribbean hunk has been number one in the list for the last six out of seven years, but this year he is at number three behind the Black Swan stars.
Oscar-winner Natalie is number one in Internet Movie Database's Top 10 Stars of 2011, which is measured by the stars who have had the most searches on the film website in the last year, followed by Friends With Benefits star Mila.
Newcomer Jennifer Lawrence, who earned an Oscar nomination for indie drama Winter's Bone and will star in action blockbuster The Hunger Games was the top rising star of 2011, making it straight into the top ten at number seven.
For the first time since 2007, the Twilight stars failed to make it into the top 10. Kristen Stewart, who was number two last year, fell to number 12, while Robert Pattinson, who took Johnny's number one spot in 2009 and was number three last year, fell right out of the top 25 to number 26.
Amazing Spider-man star Emma Stone was placed fourth with Thor star Chris Hemsworth rounding off the top five.
Also in the top 10 were Cowboys & Aliens' Olivia Wilde, George Clooney, just ahead of his Ides of March co-star Ryan Gosling, and The Dark Knight's Christian Bale in tenth place.