Movie stars aren’t born famous, they’re made. All these actors are a big deal now but it wasn’t always that way. Here’s a bunch of familiar faces in their very first on-screen appearances.
Party hard with Project X, laugh fitfully with Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie, shoot ‘em up with Let the Bullets Fly and watch De Niro get his mojo back with Being Flynn.
Some big names here, but it looks a little questionable: Psychologist Margaret Matheson (Weaver) and her assistant (Murphy) study paranormal activity and attempt to debunk the fakers. This leads them to investigate a world-renowned psychic (De Niro).
A star-studded documentary on DIY producer and director Roger Corman and his alternative approach to making movies in Hollywood.
Bradley Cooper takes a drug that makes him smart and sexy and then people start shooting at him in this heavy-handed thriller/PSA.
Get those barf bag ready – a new year’s eve themed romcom is headed our way. We don’t know how devastating the impact will be, though with this many stars crammed into 90 minutes, you can bet there’s gonna be some fallout. Start preparing yourselves.
This weekend swings for the fences with Moneyball, crashes through panes of glass with Killer Elite, saves the children with Machine Gun Preacher and spins the black circle with Pearl Jam Twenty.
Robert De Niro leads an amazing car chase from Double-Cross City to Triple-Cross Town in the late John Frankenheimer’s manly thriller.
Summer’s winding down, but that doesn’t mean the pool is closed just yet — here are a few movies that will help you beat the heat on Netflix Instant. Get your suit on and jump in.
An all-star cast including Brad Pitt, Robert De Niro and Dustin Hoffman brings even more weight to this harrowing tale of abuse and revenge based on Lorenzo Carcaterra’s haunting memoir.
De Niro is still a badass! When his mentor (De Niro) is taken captive, a retired member of Britain’s Elite Special Air Service (Statham) is forced to action. His mission: kill three assassins dispatched by their deadly leader (Owen).