I want to say Vin Diesel, but I think that only applies when the film has him in a flashy car and growling about home, family values and barbecue (or when he’s a talking tree).
Which is an interesting point…A lot of actors are huge stars when they’re hitched to a particular franchise, but don’t necessarily guarantee an opening in the way a Tom Cruise or Harrison Ford would have done 20 years ago. For example, Daniel Craig has been in 3 James Bond movies, but Cowboys and Aliens flopped, and Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was seen as a bit of a disappointment.
I think that the bleeding through of how people watch movies and tv now has meant that the concept of a star is a little more fluid. The studios are emphasising the Franchises (e.g. Marvel/Avengers) more than the stars.
On a separate note, Tom Hanks probably has to be on the list of stars, doesn’t he?