Vanity Fair's annual "New Establishment" list, highlighting the most influential people in society and pop culture was released Friday, with some of RadarOnline.com's favorites garnering coveted spots on it.
Humanitarian A-listers Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie took the 8th spot--the only actors (or global superstars for that matter) to qualify in the top ten alongside Wall Street tycoons and politicians.
Salma Hayek's hubby, luxury mogul Francis-Henri Pinault, grabbed the 20th spot.
Lots of star power fueled the 30s, as Bono and Tom Hanks were the 34th and 35th sports respectively. The 38th and 39th spots went to multimedia queen Oprah Winfrey and the very influential George Clooney.
The 40s were dotted with coast-to-coast leading men, as East Coast powerhouse Robert DeNiro came in 47th, while California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was 49th.
Our favorite of all? A newbie to the list, Twilight author Stephenie Meyer, whose vampire series has drenched pop culture, getting her the 82nd spot on the list with a rising arrow.