Forbes has released the list of top-earning dead celebrities.
In the list is Fast & Furious star Paul Walker, a new entry in the latest Forbes list of top-earning dead celebrities.
Walker, who died in a car accident in 2013, earned $10.5m (£6.8m) over the past year and is in ninth place.
Michael Jackson is number one for the third year running, with takings of $115m (£75m), down from the estimated $140m he earned in 2014.
Elvis Presley is third with $55m (£35.8m), while Peanuts creator Charles Schulz is fourth with $40m (£26m).
In November Charlie Brown, Snoopy and co will hit the big screen in The Peanuts Movie.
The highest ranking British-born entry is Elizabeth Taylor at number five.
Here are the top 13 celebrities on the Forbes list:
Michael Jackson: $115m (£75m)
Elvis Presley: $55m (£35.8m)
Charles Schulz: $40m (£26m)
Bob Marley: $21m (£13.7m)
Elizabeth Taylor: $20m (£13m)
Marilyn Monroe: $17m (£11m)
John Lennon: $12m (£7.8m)
Albert Einstein: $11m (£7.1m)
Paul Walker: $10.5m (£6.8m)
Bettie Page: $10m (£6.5m)
Theodor Geisel (Dr Seuss): $9.5m (£6.1m)
Steve McQueen: $9m (£5.8m)
James Dean: $8.5m (£5.5m)