Samuel L. Jackson hardly minds being called "the hardest working man in showbiz." Even if he doesn't think it's necessarily true. Making four movies a year, he insists he is only "doing what I like…
Besides Clark Gable, Dustin Hoffman is the only other actor who has gotten top billing in three Oscar-winning best films: "Midnight Cowboy" (1969), "Kramer vs. Kramer" (1979) and "Rain Man" (1988).
After showing his comic chops in "Pineapple Express," James Franco extends his range in Gus Van Sant's "Milk," playing Scott Smith, Harvey Milk's lover.
Robert Pattinson finds himself a recognizable star even before the movie version of Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight" opens Nov. 21.
It only took Josh Brolin a couple of decades and a starring role in an Oscar-winning picture to land on everybody's A-list.
As Poppy, a 30-year-old London schoolteacher who is the ray of sunshine at the center of Mike Leigh's "Happy-Go-Lucky," Sally Hawkins emerges as a valiant figure in a harsh landscape.
With the French-language "I've Loved You So Long," Kristin Scott Thomas retires her screen persona of "sipping champagne and ordering people about."
Pole dancing only looks easy. Marisa Tomei follows her fully nude work for Sidney Lumet in last year's "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" with her stint this year as a barely clothed stripper in…
After a string of acclaimed roles in serious ensemble fare like "Crash" and "The Air I Breathe," Brendan Fraser returns this year to the kind of bigscreen fantasies that made him an international…
Seth Rogen has always had a talent for making people laugh. The only difference now is that the genial comic generates laughs on a global scale.
In the 1955 classic "The Night of the Hunter," Robert Mitchum's knuckles are memorably tattooed "hate" and "love."