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Abigail Breslin

This onetime Little Miss Oscar Nominee and keeper of her sister is now queen of screaming on Fox. Go »

Adam Driver

Playing an immature jerk lacking self-awareness in Girls prepared him for playing a galaxy-sized version of the same in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Go »

Adam Sandler

He's been called funny, happy, little, dirty, drunk, angry, and nuts. Go »

Adam Sandler

This SNL veteran doesn't play as many funny people as he used to. Go »

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje

Before disappearing under heavy makeup to play a homicidcal crocodile-man, he got lost in the land of Oz and faced threats from amnesiac superspies to ancient mummies. Go »

Aishwarya Rai

This actress & model, often called the most beautiful woman in the world, might break down American prejudice toward Bollywood productions. Go »

Akira Kurosawa

I dream that there will someday be seven masters of this game, each with a different story of how they did it. Go »

Al Pacino

it wasn't much of a stretch for him to play the devil, since he had already played such moral degenerates as Michael Corleone, Tony Montana, and Big Boy Caprice Go »

Alan Rickman

This British actor has been a lot of things, including a German terrorist, a Hogwarts teacher, and a paranoid android, but he hasn't been Karel Roden. Go »

Alec Baldwin

His transition from sexy leading man to pudgy sitcom supporting star is like something out of Saturday Night Live (but not exactly). Go »

Alfred Hitchcock

Being dizzy doesn't make you a psycho; it's for the birds. Go »

Ali Larter

This star of horror movies about residents, destinations, and hills, who previously appeared in Celebrity Goo Game as a fictional model, also played triplets who gained superhero powers in an eclipse. Go »

Alicia Vikander

After an impressive year playing an android and a transgender woman's wife, she has two new roles: Oscar winner and Lara Croft. Go »

Alison Eastwood

It takes less than six degrees to link this centerfold-turned-director with the Hollywood elite... especially her Oscar-winning father. Go »

Amy Adams

Maybe she was eligible for the convent because her engagement to Leonardo DiCaprio wasn't real. Go »

Andrew Garfield

In July, this young British actor will become the amazing Peter Parker. Go »

Andrew Garfield

When Sony's movie franchise was in trouble, along came a hero to rescue them. Go »

Andy and Lana Wachowski

This brother and sister (formerly brother and brother) brought cyberpunk to massive mainstream success with The Matrix. [Both names must be guessed to be correct.] Go »

Ang Lee

Maybe if this angel didn't spend so much time crouching and hiding, he wouldn't have a broken back. Go »

Angelina Jolie

This little angel is better known as a tomb raider, a married spy, an ancient queen, and Billy Bob's ex-wife. Go »

Anjelica Huston

This Oscar winner is many things: The star of Prizzi's Honor and The Addams Family, the daughter of John Huston, and the ex-girlfriend of Jack Nicholson. However, she is neither Alison Eastwood nor Sofia Coppola. Go »

Anna Kendrick

Her career is not up in the air after her pitch-perfect supporting role in the Twilight films. Go »

Anna Paquin

Besides loving a vampire, she joined a team of mutant superheroes. Go »

Anne Hathaway

I wonder if princesses write about gay cowboys and devilish fashion editors in their diaries. Go »

Ansel Elgort

This baby-faced actor's career diverges from other stars when he performs as a singer and DJ. Go »

Anthony Hopkins

This twice-presidential actor doesn't just chew scenery, he chews his co-stars. Go »

Anthony Perkins

This Oscar nominee starred in plenty of roles, but none were as famous as the hotelier he played four times. Go »

Armie Hammer

The flop of The Lone Ranger makes this actor's name less likely to appear in households than baking soda. Go »

Arnold Schwarzenegger

The Governator might someday terminate the rule that says Austrian-born actor/bodybuilders can't become president. Go »

Arthur Treacher

How did a British actor from Mary Poppins wind up selling fish? Go »

Ashley Judd

This sister and daughter has starred in films that are, by now, a cinematic subgenre unto themselves. Go »

Ashton Kutcher

Dude, this guy couldn't get moore famous if he married Brittany Murphy. Go »

Asia Argento

After scoring her biggest hit with a pornographic spy movie, this Asian brought death to her career with George A. Romero. Go »

Audrey Hepburn

The man who never said never again coaxed her out of retirement to play his famous lover in a famous forest. Go »

Audrey Tautou

not in Kansas any more Go »

Barbara Stanwyck

Her famous turn as a femme fatale was no accident, regardless of what the contract said. Go »

Béla Lugosi

This former horror-movie royalty must have been hungary for work when Ed Wood found him. Go »

Ben Affleck

Gimme. Go »

Ben Affleck

He played Daredevil, he's about to play Batman, he played a guy who played Superman, and he played the creator of Bluntman & Chronic. Go »

Ben Kingsley

Gandhi wore sneakers. Who's the king? Go »

Ben Kingsley

He played an Uncle of Persia, a Guru, and a Therapist, just to name a few of his roles. Who's the king? Go »

Ben Stiller

This gym-class (super)hero with a famous father must have cracked up his friends playing dodgeball. Go »

Benedict Cumberbatch

He's been a detective, a dragon, an inventor, and a sci-fi villain, but none of them are as strange as his next role. Go »

Benicio del Toro

He's starred in so many movies about the Central American drug trade, from Traffic to Savages to 21 Grams to Sicario, that he finally took on the ultimate role of Pablo Escobar in 2015. Go »

Bill Murray

ghostbuster in need of a Japanese translator Go »

Bill Paxton

fi uoy ovle htis amge oolk edep ni uryo ehart nad uoy lilw ifnd het nawser ot ihst leuc Go »

Billie Burke

Although nominated for an Academy Award for a different film, this goo will always be remembered for the role that gave us the line, "and Toto too." Go »

Billy Bob Thornton

He's been a bad mall Santa, a Death Row guard, a high school gym teacher, a lawnmower repairman, and Davy Crockett. Go »

Bipasha Basu

Can the most beautiful supermodel of the world, now a top actress in Bollywood, top the American box office? Go »

Blake Lively

rumor has it, she was spotted in June falling in love with a man with a ring on his finger Go »

Bobcat Goldthwait

This comedian originally studied to be a cop, but recently masterminded a crime spree. Go »

Booboo Stewart

He's best known for roles in movies about mutant superheroes, vampires at dusk, and villanous offspring. Go »

Boris Karloff

If you went to Britain, could you see this goo made? Go »

Brad Pitt

He's been an Irish terrorist, a French vampire, a German mountaineer, a British boxer, and an American soap manufacturer. Go »

Bradley Cooper

After waking up with three hangovers and a rocker named Serena in a place beyond some pines on Valentine's Day, this actor was in limitless pain and unable to form the words "yes, man" to his director Steve (or a team of New York-loving assistants), but found a silver lining while failing to eat lunch: Despite having a midnight-meat-inspired nightmare about a hit-and-run accident, the only thing he had crashed was a wedding. Go »

Brendan Fraser

his scary movies will make you want your mummy Go »

Brie Larson

She was the worst at being a pop star, but recently the best at being an actress. Go »

Bruce Campbell

He has battled Hercules and Xena, a maniac cop, and Bubba Ho-Tep, but his best-known enemies remain the Deadites. Go »

Bruce Lee

Never one for draggin' his feet, this man invented style... his own, anyway. Go »

Bruce Willis

The last thing this action hero wants is to pick up old habits. Go »

Bruce Willis

Before he was John McClane, he was David Addison. Go »

Bryce Dallas Howard

Now the story of a wealthy father who had everything and the one daughter who had no choice but to keep his last name. Go »

Butterfly McQueen

This actress don't know nothin' 'bout goos. Go »

Cameron Crowe

He was almost famous as a rock journalist before he finished high school with fast times, but now that he's a successful filmmaker, he can say anything he wants and even buy a zoo with all singles if he wants. Go »

Cameron Diaz

There's something about this angelic princess. Go »

Carey Mulligan

Co-starring with Ryan Gosling, Leonardo DiCaprio, Oscar Isaac, and Pierce Brosnan must have been an education in Hollywood charm. Go »

Carmen Miranda

Bananas were this Brazilian bombshell's business. Go »

Carrie-Anne Moss

There are three celebrities who could kick off the new round, but Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne have both been goos already. Go »

Cate Blanchett

She played the Queen of England, the High Elf Queen, and the woman who made The African Queen. Go »

Catherine Zeta-Jones

Beauty this haunting must be some kind of entrapment. Go »

Charlie Chaplin

A century ago, this comic actor put on a bowler hat and a fake mustache, and became the most famous person in the world without saying a single word. Go »

Charlie Kaufman

This New York writer and director, who has adapted novels to the screen, is known for getting inside his actors' heads. Go »

Charlize Theron

It was a sweet November when this celebrity's career was no longer in flux after she pulled a monsterously successful job in Italy. Go »

Charlton Heston

Those damn dirty liberals should be made into soylent green. Go »

Chris Evans

This actor must be a big fan of comic books: Not only did he play Captain America and the Human Torch, he co-starred in TMNT, The Losers, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Go »

Chris Hemsworth

It must feel super to play the man that Thursday was named after. Go »

Chris O'Donnell

His real first name and his most famous role, in the Batman film series, are both present in Christopher Robin. Go »

Chris Pine

It's not easy taking over an iconic role from Bill Shatner, especially when you have two Spocks trying to upstage you. Go »

Chris Pratt

He went from working in an Indiana parks department to working in a Jurassic park department. Go »

Christian Bale

He may be a 2011 Oscar winner and one of the most esteemed actors of his generation, but he still grunts his way through a hole in a face-mask for his most famous role. Go »

Christian Slater

His roles in film and television have included a secret DJ, a vampire journalist, an anarchist hacker, a monk's apprentice, and a murderous high-schooler. Go »

Christina Ricci

It's Wednesday, so you should be able to recognize this star of Monster, Pecker, and Casper. Go »

Christina Ricci

Wednesday gave this former child star her breakthrough role and a permanent goth-girl persona. Go »

Christopher Lloyd

Even more so than his iconic roles in Taxi, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and The Addams Family, this actor is known for playing a time-traveling mad scientist who sends Marty McFly forward and back to the future and past. Go »

Christopher McDonald

If you can't upset this goo's wife, try not to shoot her husband, because he'll get trigger happy and do a tappy-tap dance on your face. Go »

Christopher Mintz-Plasse

The villain of Kick-Ass and Kick-Ass 2 is super bad, but at least he has fresh breath. Go »

Christopher Nolan

This writer-director can turn out neo-noir films both large like Inception and The Dark Knight and small like Following and Memento. Go »

Christopher Reeve

This former superhero lost all sensation from the neck down as a result of a horseback riding accident in 1995. Go »

Christopher Walken

First he was dancing, then hunting, then horseback riding. But he'll always be walking. Go »

Christopher Walken

He's been a deer-hunting Vietnam soldier, a cowbell-loving record producer, and a clairvoyant Stephen King protagonist, but he has never been David Lynch. Go »

Chuck Norris

This lone-wolf's movie career might be MIA, but he has walked into a firestorm of cult popularity in recent times. Go »

Clint Eastwood

In high school he was Clinton, but later he had no name. Go »

Clive Owen

He makes movies about men who are inside and rich with wives, but also kids who are back and of men. Go »

Corey Feldman

this supernatural kid will be hard to forget even if he doesn't live forever Go »

Daisy Ridley

May the Force be with this London-born actress as she attempts to awaken a dormant sci-fi franchise as one of its new co-leads. Go »

Dakota Johnson

She's fifty shades more famous these days than her parents. Go »

Daniel Craig

Despite going to bed with Sienna Miller, Sylvia Plath, and Lara Croft, this actor didn't bond to audience consciousness until he became the sixth number seven. Go »

Daniel Craig

British intelligence suggests that this actor's latest movie makes him a real-life Chicken Little. Go »

Daniel Day-Lewis

This actor would give his left foot to win an Oscar this year as a man who likes other people's milkshakes. Go »

Daniel Day-Lewis

In the name of his father, this last Mohican swears would give his left foot nine times to experience an unbearable lightness, as long as there wouldn't be blood. Go »

Daniel Radcliffe

The magical career of this boy actor took flight (as if on a broom) when he was cast as a wizard with a famous scar. Go »

Daniel Stern

Don't expect this actor to be living all by his lonesome self at home, because if you try to break in, you may be in for an electric shock. Go »

David Fincher

He's been an alien to social networks for seven years, since he was forced to get gone for panicking in a room of a house of virtual cards, where a game had turned into a private club for fighting. He remains curious whether that girl's tattoo was a dragon or a zodiac sign. Go »

David Lynch

His films have involved anthropomorphized pachyderms, missing roads, direct tales, paired mountaintops, and a street in Los Angeles. Go »

Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher

One sang in the rain. The other waged war in the stars. Go »

Demi Moore

She has played five widows, five divorcées, and four adulteresses, in addition to three marriages (and one other engagement) to famous men in real life. Go »

Denise Richards

not trapped in a bathroom by Charlie Sheen... trapped in a marriage with Charlie Sheen Go »

Dennis Hopper

He makes it look easy, bouncing between villains such as a video game lizard, a mad bomber, and an oil tanker captain. Go »

Dennis Quaid

He's been a test pilot, a climatologist, Jerry Lee Lewis, an aging quarterback and aging pitcher, a poisoning victim, and Doc Holliday. Go »

Denzel Washington

found glory playing Malcolm X Go »

Dev Patel

This poor little rich boy has the hotseat, starring in the most talked-about movie of the season. Go »

Diablo Cody

America's teenagers are going straight to Hell. Go »

Diane Lane

This actress's career in the Hollywood fast lane has been unfaithful, untraceable, and under the Tuscan sun. Go »

Divine

Though he was not actually afflicted with ageusia, his unholy stunt in a John Waters film marked a new low for tastelessness. Go »

Dougray Scott

You might not recognize this actor from such roles as Wolverine and James Bond. Go »

Drew Barrymore

Angels, aliens, and Adam Sandler have dominated this acting progeny's lifelong career. Go »

Drew Barrymore

her biggest co-stars have been Cameron Diaz & Lucy Liu, Adam Sandler, Tom Green, and a raspy-voiced little alien Go »

Ed Harris

He's been a painter, a marine, a TV director, an astronaut, an FBI agent, and a senator. Go »

Eddie Griffin

This lyin' jailbird performed with Dr. Dre before learning that the best hos are neither here nor there. Go »

Eddie Murphy

He may have stopped being live from New York, but he still did plenty for nights in Harlem and vampires in Brooklyn. Go »

Eddie Murphy

Once known for raunchy comedy like Raw, he now makes family movies like Dr. Dolittle. Go »

Eddie Murphy

His wisecracking dragon companion in Mulan was just one of his animated sidekicks. Go »

Eddie Redmayne

He's been an astrophysicist from Cambridge, an aristocrat from Jupiter, and a girl from Denmark, but he's about to become much more famous for knowing where to find fantastic beasts. Go »

Edward Norton

If you're keeping score, it's X to the 25th, but everyone says that. Go »

Elisabeth Shue

Proper footwear is important if your teen boyfriend is learning karate, or you have to take the neighbor's kids into the city, or you're a Vegas prostitute helping a drunk kill himself. Go »

Elizabeth Banks

Her comedic roles in the Hunger Games, Lego Movie, Pitch Perfect, and Spider-Man films have her laughing all the way to the bank. Go »

Elizabeth Taylor

This star of Giant and Cleopatra so enjoyed being Bejeweled that she launched a line of fragrances named after diamonds. Go »

Elle Fanning

This young star was super when she was eight, especially for growing up in her sister's shadow. Go »

Ellen Burstyn

Besides loving a demon, she hallucinated that she was on a game show. Go »

Elsa Lanchester

Besides loving Frankenstein, she created nativity scenes. Go »

Emily Blunt

Besides loving a wolfman, she became the queen of England. Go »

Emma Stone

Her career has featured zombies, spiders, maids, bunnies, cavemen, and horny teenagers, sometimes in the same picture. Go »

Emma Watson

It's easy to grow up with a magical childhood when your best friend is Harry Potter. Go »

Emmy Rossum

Besides loving a singing ghost, she sailed on a sinking ship. Go »

Errol Flynn

He may have been a soldier, a cowboy, a pilot, and Robin Hood, but he was a pirate first and foremost, inspiring cinematic swashbucklers ever since. Go »

Ethan Hawke

Neither Jude Law nor Michelle Monaghan starred in Training Day, Reality Bites, or Before Sunrise. Go »

Ewan McGregor

A Jedi knight, a Bohemian playwright, and a heroin addict all have this Scottish actor in common. Go »

Fairuza Balk

Is it fair to expect the wonderful places of our childhood to be exactly the same when we return to them? Go »

Fan Bingbing

You might have noticed this international star's roles in Iron Man 3, The Peanuts Movie, or Despicable Me 3... but only if you live in China. Go »

Fatty Arbuckle

Hollywood likes when its stars hook up, but not when it turns into rape and murder. Go »

Fisher Stevens

Don't get lost now, George. This Oscar winner is just down in the cove. Go »

Forest Whitaker

He's played an urban samurai, an African warlord, and a Psychlo, all with a distinctive drooping eye. Go »

Francesca Neri

Her flesh died after she met Anthony Hopkins and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Go »

Franco Nero

This Italian actor began his film career as a former Union soldier, followed by a series of spaghetti westerns. He then broadened his roles to include a knight, hotel manager, shepherd slain by his brother, a gypsy, detective, and Roman emperor. Go »

Frank Morgan

not a wicked witch, but in the same cast as one Go »

Gal Gadot

It's wonderful that gals can be superheroes too. Go »

Gary Oldman

He's still a young man at 56, but he's already played iconic roles like Dracula, Ludwig van Beethoven, Sirius Black, Mason Verger, Sid Vicious, Lee Harvey Oswald, Commissioner Gordon, Pontius Pilate, and Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg. Go »

Gene Hackman

Besides playing the criminal mastermind Lex Luthor, this actor has more recently played villains in Unforgiven, Enemy of the State, and Runaway Jury. Go »

George A. Romero

director of the dead Go »

George A. Romero

The recent fad of zombie entertainment owes a debt to this influential filmmaker, who is still living (not dead). Go »

George Clooney

He's been a pediatrician, a master thief, and a superhero, but on March 5th he might become a three-time Oscar winner. Go »

George Lucas

He gave us lightsabers, the Force, and Indiana Jones; we gave him three billion dollars. Go »

George Lucas

He's now a mere consultant on the space opera franchise that Disney bought from him, but there's nothing mere about the billions of dollars that he earned from it. Go »

Georges Méliès

bon voyage Go »

Gerard Butler

He was once a king of a very small army, but has since taken to bounty hunting and training dragons. Go »

Gina Carano

She left the MMA arena to beat people up on screen, in Haywire, American Gladiators, and Fast & Furious 6. Go »

Godzilla

Size apparently does matter when you're taller than Tokyo skyscrapers. Go »

Goldie Hawn

This golden actress has always kept her home life private while collecting all her Benjamins. Go »

Goldie Hawn and Kate Hudson

Pvt. Benjamin could have helped her daughter fight the bride wars. Go »

Gong Li

Being a concubine, a temptress, and a geisha prepared her for seducing Colin Farrell. Go »

Gore Verbinski

The name "gore" is appropriate for a director of frightening movies about undead pirates, cursed videocassettes, and a dangerous rehab clinic. Go »

Grace Kelly

Some movie stars like being treated as princesses so much, they make it official. Go »

Guillermo del Toro

bullish box office Go »

Gurinder Chadha

Though born in Kenya and raised in Britain, this director is best known for her films about Indian culture clashing with Western influences. Go »

Guy Pearce

This amnesiac, time-traveler, cannibal-killer, and L.A. homicide detective isn't your buddy... Go »

Guy Pearce

suppressed his Australian accent to play a studdering king's brother Go »

Guy Ritchie

what do Madonna, Jason Statham, and Sherlock Holmes have in common? Go »

Gwyneth Paltrow

She's been in love with William Shakespeare, Sky Captain, Iron Man, Peter Pan, Tom Ripley, Austin Powers, and Brad Pitt, but she settled down with that guy from Coldplay. Go »

Halle Berry

Gimme your best guess, fool. Go »

Halle Berry

She's been a DC burglar and a Marvel mutant. Go »

Harrison Ford

This actor has played a space pilot, a CIA analyst, an android exterminator, a fugitive, a president on his plane, an amnesiac, and an adventuring archeologist. Go »

Harvey Weinstein

This studio executive had a magic touch (and hair-trigger temper) in the 1990s, producing such hits as Shakespeare in Love, Pulp Fiction, Clerks, The English Patient, Good Will Hunting, and The Crying Game. Go »

Heath Ledger

After playing a casanova, a comic-book villain, and a medieval knight jousting to rock anthems, it turns out that a gay cowboy was his least flamboyant role. Go »

Heather O'Rourke

Maybe her film career, started by 301 himself, would have lasted longer if she hadn't been sucked into television. Go »

Hedy Lamarr

Although her film career sank after White Cargo and Samson & Delilah, she helped the U.S. Navy program superior torpedoes. Go »

Helen Mirren

She started her film career romancing princes, kings, and emperors in Caligula, Hamlet, and Excalibur, but it was her own role as The Queen that earned her an Oscar in 2007. Go »

Henry Cavill

This star of cheap horror flicks like Blood Creek and Hellraiser: Hellworld has gotten super-lucky with his recent roles. Go »

Hugh Jackman

Eddie Alden and Stanley Jobson are nothing beside a short freak named Logan. Go »

Hugh Jackman

His co-stars have included hackers, mutants, a French police inspector, giant robots that punch each other, Australia, magicians, penguins, and Meg Ryan. Go »

Hugo Weaving

If the Transformers, the Lord of the Rings, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Matrix, and the penguins in Happy Feet had a crossover, this actor would be very busy playing multiple parts. Go »

Humphrey Bogart

The star of the first film noir, soon to be the highest-paid star in the world, didn't mind calling his detective character a spade. Go »

Ian McKellen

He's best known for appearing in films adapted from the work of J.R.R. Tolkien, William Shakespeare, Stephen King, Dan Brown, and Marvel Comics. Go »

Imelda Staunton

Hem hem. In accordance with goo decree #33, there will be more Shakespearean Actors. Go »

Imogen Poots

This star of Need for Speed and 28 Weeks Later may have a funny last name, but at least she also doesn't go by her middle name. Go »

Ivana Baquero

She became famous in movies about a maze and an offspring. Now she's starring in a new series about annals. Go »

J.J. Abrams

The felicitous timing of monsterous box-office hits is not lost on this filmmaker. Go »

J.K. Simmons

He has performed in a variety of supporting roles, both seen and unseen, which include a doctor, arrested army general, barber, farmer, and newspaper publisher. Go »

Jack Black

This stubborn goo never ran for Congress, but he just might be a (D). Go »

Jack Nicholson

All work and no play have not made this joker a dull boy. Go »

Jackie Chan

The only Mountain Dew spokesman who does all his own stunts. Go »

Jada Pinkett Smith

She may be short, but she's one of the toughest ladies in the business. Go »

Jaden Smith

not Sidney Poitier's grandson Go »

Jaden Smith

This karate kidder and happyness pursuer shares a famous family with Will, Jada, and Willow. Go »

Jake Gyllenhaal

He has played a gay cowboy, a Persian prince, a time-repeating soldier, a "dark" teenager, and a climate-endangered student. Go »

James and Oliver Phelps

It must have been something, to see these twins beside their stunt doubles while filming scenes for the Harry Potter movies. Go »

James Bond

This seventh agent enjoys sex. Does he like bondage? Go »

James Cameron

If I lied to you that this titanic talent was no alien to success at the box office, it would be true. Go »

James Cromwell

His co-stars have included superspy Jack Ryan, a talking pig, and the Borg. Go »

James Earl Jones

What do Simba and Luke Skywalker have in common? Their dad is CNN. Go »

James Earl Jones

From the early identity of CNN to the feline king of Africa to the worst dad in the galaxy, he's the rare actor whose voice is truly unmistakable. Go »

James Franco

After playing Spider-Man's whiny "frenemy" in three movies, he was willing to give his right arm for a better role. Go »

James Stewart

His most famous co-star was a guardian angel. His most famous co-passenger was a yeti. Go »

Jamie Foxx

He's pretended to be good at piano and cello and even running a record label, but he can't quite pull off a successful music career in real life. Go »

Jane Fonda

This Atlanta woman used a-fond workout to turn her career around. Go »

Janet Leigh and Jamie Lee Curtis

Mom's famous screaming in Psycho influenced daughter's screaming in Halloween. Go »

Jared Leto

This nearly Martian rock star played the assassin of a rock star in a movie, as well as an HIV-positive trans woman and a laughing comic-book villain and a member of an underground fight club. Go »

Jason Schwartzman

This actor is not yet dead of boredom from roles that have him loving Huckabees, opposing Scott Pilgrim, and rushing more. Go »

Jason Statham

This actor loves franchises, from Crank to Transporter and Expendables to Fast & Furious. Go »

Javier Bardem

Josh Brolin, Daniel Craig, Tommy Lee Jones, and soon Johnny Depp consider him a nemesis. Go »

Jayne Mansfield

There was no single event that brought down this sexy star of the late 1950s, but stripping on screen and then on stage were dignified preludes to alcohol abuse and a fatal car accident. Go »

Jeff Bridges

This actor bridged such diverse movies as Tron, The Big Lebowski, Iron Man, The Last Picture Show, and Starman. Go »

Jeff Bridges

Starring in the movie Tron might help this actor excel at its better-selling video game. Go »

Jeff Dowd

When he was arrested for protesting the Vietnam War with the other six, he was so angry you'd think the army had peed on his rug. Go »

Jeff Goldblum

jurassic star Go »

Jeff Goldblum

He has starred in several successful franchises, including Jurassic Park, Independence Day, Thor, Cats & Dogs, and Law & Order. Go »

Jennifer Garner

Before she was Elektra Natchios, she was Sydney Bristow. Go »

Jennifer Lawrence

There's no mystery about how this successful American actress will never go hungry again. Go »

Jennifer Lopez

If you had her love, you'd be out of sight. Go »

Jerry Bruckheimer

Like a Caribbean pirate raiding national treasure in sixty seconds, this blockbuster producer is top gun of the summer box office. Go »

Jerry Maren

The last surviving member of the Lollipop Guild knows firsthand what it takes to be a Munchkin. Go »

Jessica Biel

This reverend's daughter and stealth pilot has killed vampires and outrun Texan serial killers. Go »

Jessica Chastain

Oscar nominations for The Help and Zero Dark Thirty have made her one hot mama. Go »

Jet Li

The one thing about every hero of legend played by this high-risk actor is how he becomes fearless and unleashed in the face of war. Go »

Jim Carrey

He can do this face; it's no mask. Go »

Jim Carrey

If you claimed to be a grinch who doesn't like this almighty star of dumb and dumber comedies, someone might call you a liar-liar. Go »

Joan Cusack

If you can't recognize this working girl from her roles as a rock school principal, toy cowgirl, runaway bride's friend, and Arlington Rd. resident, guess anything... Go »

Joaquin Phoenix

After iconic roles as Johnny Cash and Emperor Commodus, he "retired" to pursue a rap career, and soon announced it was just a hoax. Go »

Jodie Foster

she was too young for her relationship with a taxi driver to be love Go »

Joe Pesci

This son of a bitch is one tough motherfucker from New Jersey who is one damn good fellow even though he bets on the wrong goddamn hand in the casino. Go »

Joey King

Her most famous role was Selena Gomez's kid sister. Who's the king? Go »

John Cusack

If the identity of this American sweetheart is no sure thing for you, guess anything... Go »

John Leguizamo

This actor is known for clowning around on even the most hellish film shoots. Go »

John Travolta

He's currently famous for using Hairspray in his hair, but a generation ago it was Grease. Go »

John Travolta

hot on the weekend Go »

Johnny Depp

He's played Don Juan, Ed Wood, JM Barrie, and Willy Wonka, but none as infamous as a certain Disney pirate captain. Y'arr! Go »

Johnny Depp

Before he was Jack Sparrow, he was Tom Hanson. Go »

Johnny Knoxville

His most famous characters have hailed from Hazzard County, outer space, and MTV, but he's from Knoxville. Go »

Jonah Hill

He has trained his dragon, jumped a street, and gotten Russell Brand to the Greek. Go »

Josey Aimes

She aimed to stand up for those without power against those with. Go »

Judd Apatow

You don't mess with this superbad, 40-year-old filmmaker. Go »

Jude Law

He's been a Civil War soldier, an android gigolo, a paralyzed astronaut with perfect genes, a crime-scene photographer, and a sky captain, but he's never been William Hurt. Go »

Judi Dench

She has had much more screen time in successful franchises based on a British superspy and a run-down Indian hotel, but she won an Oscar for an eight-minute performance as a queen meeting Shakespeare. Go »

Julia Roberts

eat mystic pizza, prêt-à-porter, love trouble Go »

Julia Roberts

This pretty woman, one of America's sweethearts, couldn't go to her best friend's wedding without looking in her mirror-mirror to practice her Mona Lisa smile. Go »

Julianne Moore

Her movies have concerned alright children of single men, forgotten ended affairs with Don Juans who don't can't evolve into ideal husbands, and surviving psychos like Hannibal Lecter non-stop for hours and nights for up to nine months. Go »

Julie Christie

Don't look now, darling, but Mrs. Miller might win another Oscar this year. Go »

Kal Penn

Washington pothead Go »

Karel Roden

This mad monk was born down to the underworld in a most absolute manner. Go »

Kate Beckinsale

Whether playing a vampire or hunting them down, this Bruckheimer beauty finds (cold) comfort in action movies. Go »

Kate Hudson

After surviving a French divorce and losing a guy in a week and a half, she finally found love with a man's best friend, but had to go to war to marry him. Go »

Kate Winslet

Holy smoke! I think this 'fat cow' sank the Titanic! Go »

Kate Winslet

Like Emmy Rossum, this six-time Oscar nominee starred in a movie about a sinking ship, but hers was just a little more successful financially. Go »

Kathleen Turner

Her role as Matty Walker became such an iconic femme fatale that she was able to parodize the archetype as Jessica Rabbit. Go »

Kathryn Bigelow

If you can solve the number to this combination lock, then you will be able to build on your biggest tower. Go »

Kathy Bates

After going crazy for James Caan and before getting naked for Jack Nicholson, she watched Leonardo Di Caprio go down with the ship. Go »

Katie Featherston

actively paranormal Go »

Katie Holmes

Her loves have included Tom Cruise, Batman, and Dawson. Go »

Kaya Scodelario

She has acted with Johnny Depp, Nicholas Hoult, Dylan O'Brien, and Sam Rockwell, but not Ivana Baquero. Go »

Keanu Reeves

Playing Ted was just a matrix for his speedy career. Go »

Keira Knightley

Pirates, soccer players, bounty hunters, British aristocrats, deranged veterans, and mythical kings have all romanced this chivalrous movie star. Go »

Keisha Castle-Hughes

mammal mounter Go »

Kelly Hu

Who is this goo? A woman tough enough to take on Jet Li, The Rock, and Hugh Jackman, that's who. Go »

Ken Watanabe

got the idea to play a Batman villain in a dream Go »

Kenneth Branagh

His film career connects such cultural icons as Frankenstein, Hamlet, Marilyn Monroe, Thor, and Harry Potter. Go »

Kenny Baker

He has passed away, but his legacy as the most beloved two-wheeled, beeping, white and blue robot in movie history will live forever. Go »

Kerry Washington

Her most famous role, which isn't in a movie, almost qualifies her for the Controversy category. Go »

Kevin Bacon

If you can't bring home the answer to this footloose wild thing, you're five people away from someone who can. Go »

Kevin Bacon

arstay of ootloosefay and emorstray Go »

Kevin Smith

If you look at this goo askew, it looks like a couple of Jersey mall clerks chasing dogs. Go »

Kevin Spacey

This actor gets killed in many of his films, but in the lead role that won him an Oscar, he was already dead before the movie started. Go »

Kikawada Masaya

He's a turtle lover, not a fighter. Footballs aren't the only thing he's good at catching. Go »

King Kong

A donkey's cousin who can climb buildings. Who's the king? Go »

King Vidor

With songs like "Over the Rainbow," this filmmaker ushered in a crowded new era of sound at the movies. Who's the king? Go »

Kirsten Dunst

A superhero's girlfriend, a high school cheerleader, a French queen, and an 11-year-old vampire all have this prolific young actress in common. Go »

Kristen Stewart

Roles in Snow White and the Huntsman, American Ultra, and Adventureland suggest that she's nowhere near the twilight of her career. Go »

Lauren Bacall

Marrying a co-star twice your age isn't unheard of in Hollywood, whether you have or have not slept with him. Go »

Laurence Fishburne

There's something fishy about this hoodlum 'n the hood. Go »

Lena Nyman

The cat’s nemesis was a breakthrough for this Scandinavian YELLOW goo. Go »

Lena Olin

Who else in Hollywood has slept with Daniel Day-Lewis, Johnny Depp, Victor Garber, Ron Silver, and Richard Gere? Go »

Leonardo DiCaprio

After some growing pains at the inception of his career, he found titanic success playing departed aviator Howard Hughes. Go »

Leslie Bibb

This formerly private and popular model went on to marry Will Ferrell in a hurry. Go »

Leslie Nielsen

If this goo was Dracula, would he be dead and loving it? Go »

Leslie Nielsen

He's been a scary president, a funny Dracula, a hard spy, a naked policeman, and an airplane doctor. Go »

Linda Hamilton

Her career has been defined by two large co-stars: One a hirsute romantic beast, the other an unstoppable android assassin. Go »

Lindsay Lohan

Without parents to trap them, mean girls turn out raw and loaded in public. Go »

Lorena Velázquez

This queen of the vampires ruled Mexican horror in the 1960s, and she ruled the goo game in November 1998. Go »

Lucy Liu

Can Ling Woo get payback as somebody's angel? Go »

M. Night Shyamalan

I see gooed people. Go »

Mads Mikkelsen

Daniel Craig's James Bond never had to face a villain as diabolical as Hannibal Lecter... or did he? Go »

Maggie Gyllenhaal

She started her career as a secretary, but now she has starred alongside a crazy heart and a dark knight. Go »

Maggie Smith

This commonly-named actress can teach that young Potter a thing or two. Go »

Margaret Hamilton

green makeup made her a villain, but her laugh made her a legend Go »

Margot Robbie

All eyes are focused on this wife of Wall Street's upcoming role as a suicidal harlequin. Go »

Marilyn Friday

This actress is not only in L.A., but if you happened to find this goo she will be a keeper. Go »

Marilyn Monroe

Gentlemen such as Miller and DiMaggio prefer blondes. Go »

Marion Cotillard

nightmarish wife and French icon Go »

Mark Hamill

This joker is an idol to geeks all over the world. Go »

Mark Ruffalo

This always-angry actor has a few Oscar nominations from some less furious roles. Go »

Mark Wahlberg

He's been a porn star, an astronaut, a rapper, a Boston cop, a shipwrecked sailor, a burger shop owner, a biker dad, and an NFL player. And some of those weren't just acting roles. Go »

Marlee Matlin

The only deaf winner of a Best Actress Oscar has played many roles in film and television in the quarter-century since. Go »

Marlon Brando

He was a godfather, and a wild one at that, but he coulda been a contender. Go »

Marlon Wayans

He's been in a series of scary movies about a series of haunted houses, but he's also interested in white chicks, little men, and brothers with his last name. Go »

Martin Freeman

He's been both a hitchhiker exploring the galaxy and a hobbit exploring Middle Earth. Go »

Martin Lawrence

Outside of his eponymous sitcom, he's best known for being a big mother and a bad boy. Go »

Martin Scorsese

This director eventually departed the mean streets of New York, New York, where he made many stories about gangs and taxi drivers. Go »

Martin Short

Besides a long movie career, this Canadian comedian is known for bringing his characters Ed Grimley and Jiminy Glick to various television shows. Go »

Mary Pickford

nothing unites a film company like working with America's biggest star Go »

Mathieu Kassovitz

Even gothic directors can meet women with fabulous destinies. Go »

Matt Damon

This Massachusetts-born actor was a math genius at MIT, a social-climbing serial killer from Boston, and a mole in the Massachusetts state police, but ironically he was bourne to play a globe-trotting amnesiac assassin. Go »

Matt Damon

He keeps needing to be rescued, in movies as diverse as The Martian, Saving Private Ryan, Elysium, Ocean's Thirteen, The Brothers Grimm, Green Zone, and Interstellar. Go »

Matt Reeves

This filmmaker didn't get lost, or use an alias, or trek to the stars, or go on an impossible mission. But he did direct Cloverfield. Go »

Matthew Broderick

In his most famous roles, he played hooky from school, almost started thermonuclear war by hacking, mounted a stage musical about Hitler, and took his rightful place as king of a pride of lions. Go »

Matthew McConaughey

This star of Ghosts of Girlfriends Past believes that he lives in a haunted house. Go »

Meg Ryan

This actress has helped so many couples fall in love: Harry and Sally, Kate and Leopold, A Man and A Woman... Go »

Megan Fox

This former model has transformed a role in an action movie for teenaged fanboys, and its sequel, into a career as one of Hollywood's hottest actresses. Go »

Mel Brooks

Governor William J. Lepetomane, Richard H. Thorndyke, and President Skroob are among the creatures of parody played by this writer-director. Go »

Mel Gibson

After this road warrior drove his car like a lethal weapon, he'd have paid a ransom not to have his passionate words aired all over America. Go »

Mel Gibson

Mad Max himself made a movie about the end of civilization according to the Mayans, appropriately titled Apocalypto. Go »

Melissa McCarthy

For this sitcom star to become an identity thief, she first had to become a bridesmaid. Go »

Meryl Streep

Her perfectionist approach to acting (especially accents) has earned her more Academy Award nominations than any other actor to date. Go »

Mia Farrow

After bearing Rosemary's baby, she decided to adopt and become Mama Mia. Go »

Mia Sara

Kermit Time married to a Bond's Baby Bueller. Go »

Michael Apted

This British director of films about super spies and fantasy lands has fourteen lifetimes of experience in cinema. Go »

Michael B. Jordan

He's been a high school quarterback, a fiery superhero, a teenaged drug dealer, a second-generation boxer, and a murdered transit passenger. Go »

Michael Bay

to film critics, another dueling-robots movie would spell doomsday Go »

Michael Bay

He loves to explode robot cars, ninja turtles, asteroids, Pearl Harbor, Alcatraz... You name, he'll explode it. Go »

Michael Douglas

He had hits in the 1980s with Fatal Attraction and Wall Street, in the 1990s with Falling Down and The American President, in the 2010s with Ant-Man and Behind the Candelabra. Go »

Michael J. Fox

took his Young Republicans membership card to 1955, then 2015, then 1885 Go »

Michael Moore

This opinionated filmmaker has generated moore controversy than the political and economic figures he profiles. Go »

Michael Sheen

He has appeared in franchises like Twilight and Underworld and Tron, but he's better known for associating with the Queen and staying up until midnight in Paris. Go »

Michelle Monaghan

This goo would watch you like a eagle. Go »

Michelle Pfeiffer

This woman is pfabulous. Meow. Go »

Michelle Rodriguez

Even though she was lost in the mid-2000s, she remains best known for appearances in blockbuster film series like Avatar, Resident Evil, The Smurfs, Machete, and The Fast and the Furious. Go »

Michelle Yeoh

Yo! (Not Yao.) Go »

Milla Jovovich

fell in love with a taxi driver Go »

Mira Nair

This Indian filmmaker likes to find the humor in stormy relationships. Go »

Misty Upham

This actress, who co-starred with Meryl Streep, Benecio Del Toro, and Jennifer Aniston, wasn't discovered until her career was already over. Go »

Monica Bellucci

This divine actress broke the language barrier to become a star outside her home country, but it doesn't hurt to keep doing those makeup ads. Go »

Morgan Spurlock

He's currently producing a documentary in which he becomes a celebrity goo to see what effect it has on him. Go »

Naomi Scott

After a 2011 breakthrough hit as a pop singer, she went on to be a big star on both Mars and (new) Earth, before becoming a pink superhero this year. Go »

Naomi Watts

Only one actress can light up the screen when her co-stars are a big ape, a dead girl, and existential detectives. Go »

Natalie Portman

This former teen queen is the hottest name in geekdom. Go »

Natalie Portman

You can't spell vendetta without Luke Skywalker's mom. Go »

Nick Cannon

It doesn't help his career as a drummer and bouncer that he keeps shooting his mouth off about his famous wife. Go »

Nick Castle

If you think this goo dresses up on Halloween, you're wrong. Go »

Nick Gillard

I would have been taking a crazy risk to list this fellow in Military History Week, but that's no sin. Go »

Nick Nolte

His children have suffered from adrenoleukodystrophy, gamma radiation, kidnappings, and being stalked by Robert De Niro. Go »

Nicolas Cage

If you gathered up the international treasure this actor earned from movies like Ghost Rider, The Rock, and Leaving Las Vegas, you'd need a pretty big cage to protect it. Go »

Nicole Kidman

The other day, I shut away a calm, red-haired girl forever, to die. Go »

Norma Talmadge

The lady, a woman of passion, kept her secrets quiet except on two occasions. Go »

Octavia Spencer

She didn't need any help winning an Oscar. Go »

Oliver Stone

How do you get blood from a stone? Be a natural born... uh, something. Go »

Omar Sharif

there's a new goo in town Go »

Orlando Bloom

This young actor's career has flowered in movies about elves, pirates, and crusaders. Go »

Owen Wilson

It's pretty easy for him to play Luke Wilson's brother. Go »

Pat Morita

What do Happy Days, The Karate Kid, Mulan, and Sanford and Son have in common? Go »

Patrick Stewart

Before he was Charles Xavier, he was Jean-Luc Picard. Go »

Paul Giamatti

Jefferson lives, and so does this goo's career. If only Mr. Rose were so lucky. Go »

Paul Newman

He's famous for roles in Cool Hand Luke, The Hustler, The Sting, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, but he did more good for the world with some salad dressing. Go »

Penélope Cruz

Open your eyes to this goo and you could cruise to victory. Just don't blow it. Go »

Penélope Cruz

The sky was the limit for her early career success, then she endured a long desert without a hit in the middle years, and her biggest recent film was heavily pirated. Go »

Peter Fonda

This acting family's son, brother, and father easily rode his motorcycle into infamy as Captain America. Go »

Peter Weller

Dead or alive, you're solving this goo. Go »

Philip Seymour Hoffman

You can see more of this actor in films such as Happiness, Magnolia, Punch Drunk Love, and The Big Lebowski. Go »

Pierce Brosnan

This man's bond is as strong as steele. Go »

Pierce Brosnan

Before he was James Bond, he was Remington Steele. Go »

Queen Padmé Amidala

The Queen of Naboo is waging war among the stars. Go »

Quentin Tarantino

In his movies, hitmen quote from Bibles, WWII soldiers can't spell, stuntmen kill with their cars, and brides prefer samurai swords. Go »

R. Lee Ermey

Congratulations, you got the goo. NOW DROP AND GIVE ME 25! Go »

Rachel McAdams

romantically, she's torn between a time-traveler, a deductive sleuth, and James Garner Go »

Raquel Welch

She took a fantastic voyage roughly one million years into the past, becoming a sex symbol in the 1960s and 1970s. Go »

Ray Park

This former toadie of an evil emperor is in a bad place: If he rolls his next character's name, he'll land on Boardwalk. Go »

Reese Witherspoon

For my money, this looks like the T-1000 after that shotgun facial. Go »

Reese Witherspoon

Do you prefer the peanut butter cups or the "pieces" that share their name with this star of Legally Blonde and Sweet Home Alabama? Go »

Regina King

She's been married to Eddie Murphy, Cuba Gooding Jr., and Will Smith. Who's the king? Go »

Renée Zellweger

If there's one true thing written in this actress's diary, it's that she'd cross a cold, cold mountain to get to do to Kenny Chesney what she did to land herself in a Chicago jail. Go »

Rian Johnson

Looped into directing an eighth installment of an epic saga has this filmmaker seeing stars. He certainly won't be the last. Go »

Ridley Scott

He has given us so many memorable characters: Robin Hood and Hannibal Lecter, aliens and Martians, gladiators and replicants, Thelma and Louise. Go »

River Phoenix

Ironically, this "Stand by Me" star probably won't live again. Go »

Robert De Niro

Oscar made him an offer he couldn't re-goos. Go »

Robert De Niro

The star of Raging Bull, Cape Fear, Heat, Taxi Driver, Mean Streets, Angel Heart, and countless other dark films might be the king of neo-noir. Go »

Robert Downey, Jr.

Will this junior actor be better remembered for disappearing into a haze of drug arrests in the 1990s, or disappearing into a giant metal suit to blast terrorists in 2008? Go »

Robert Englund

His portrayal of a claw-fingered monster has given bad dreams to more people than the population of the island nation with which he shares a name. Go »

Robert Patrick

This reminds me of the time she and her brother got stuck in that black-and-white sitcom. Go »

Robert Pattinson

Ironically, the future looks bright for this young movie star in the twilight of his career. Go »

Robert Redford

Stings, candidates, chases, and horse whisperers have this leading man in common. Go »

Roberto Benigni

Only a clown could make a game out of the Holocaust. Go »

Robin Williams

He brought sitcom space aliens, comic-strip sailors, Vietnam War radio show hosts, absent-minded professors, cross-dressing nannies, and cartoon genies to life, but depression eventually robbed him of his own. Go »

Rock Hudson

I'll give you a giant hint: This classic movie star's identity is written on the wind. Go »

Roddy McDowall

This Europe-born performer had a long, active career, but was best known for having chimp roles on the big and little screen. Go »

Rodrigo Santoro

He wasn't very popular with viewers of Lost, or with the three hundred Spartan soldiers who fought him. Go »

Roland Emmerich

From 12,000 years ago to three years from now, this director has had a long career since his early work in independent film. Go »

Roman Polanski

You're a very nosy player, kitty cat. You know what happens to nosy players who use Google? Huh? Wanna guess? Go »

Ron Howard

After sharing the screen with Andy Griffith and the Fonz, it's no wonder this child star fled to the other side of the camera. Go »

Ron Perlman

His voice has chronicled a wasteland of ghouls and mutants, and bid farewell to his space-dwelling son Matt Damon as Earth was destroyed. Go »

Rooney Mara

She swallowed pills for Steven Soderbergh, hacked computers for David Fincher, and got divorced for Spike Jonze. Go »

Rose McGowan

Her roles in Charmed, Grindhouse, and Scream were not as important as her role in taking down Harvey Weinstein. Go »

Rupert Grint

His best-known role is a teenaged wizard who happens to be the most weaselly best friend in cinematic history. Go »

Ryan Gosling

Hey girl, do you know that a baby goose starred in The Notebook and Drive? Go »

Ryan Reynolds

playing a green superhero hasn't revealed his buried talents Go »

Ryan Reynolds

After failures with Green Lantern, Blade, Wolverine, Paper Man, and R.I.P.D., he finally struck comic-book gold with Deadpool. Go »

Sally Field

She's been a surfing teenager, a rousing unionizer, a jumping Frog, a wisecracking housewife, and a flying nun. Go »

Salma Hayek

This Mexican actress has been many things – a painter, a vampire, a muse – but she has never been Monica Bellucci. Go »

Samuel L. Jackson

There's no negotiating it. He hopes they burn in hell! Go »

Sandra Bullock

This former beauty pageant contestant sped to success in Hollywood by proposing to the right hunk. Go »

Sandra Bullock

This actress likes physics: She made movies in the nineties about velocity and buoyancy, and recently, two films about temperature and weight. Go »

Saoirse Ronan

If she wins an Academy Award this month (it's her second nomination and she's only 21), good luck to the presenter who must pronounce her name. Go »

Satyajit Ray

made Apu a household name long before the Kwik-E-Mart Go »

Scarlett Johansson

No good woman is an island who sings a love song while wearing a pearl earring and whispering to horses. (Match this poor translation of a clue to the answer and you could get a perfect score.) Go »

Scarlett Johansson

this Avenger is once again Miss Go »

Sean Astin

Depending on your age, you might know him best as a treasure-seeking spelunker from the Goon Docks, a "rude" football player at the University of Notre Dame, a devoted hobbit friend in Middle Earth, or a genial Radio Shack employee in Hawkins, Indiana. Go »

Sean Connery

He may have starred in Dragonheart, but he'll forever be best known as 007. Go »

Seth Rogen

This former geeky freak made a super-bad mistake in criticizing American Sniper. In the end, no amount of being a funny person in interviews will pacify his angry American neighbors. Go »

Shailene Woodley

Fans didn't need to worry that The Fault in Our Stars would diverge from its source material. Go »

Shane Carruth

If the director of Eraserhead knocked up the director of Aliens, would their kid make crazy time travel movies? Step inside a box and find out. Go »

Sharon Stone

Unless your instinct is broken (or dead), you should be able to recall this mighty muse of a woman, whose role in Casino was no sliver. Go »

Shawnee Smith

It wasn't until her larger role in the sequels that horror fans saw this rock singer in a new light. Go »

Shia LaBeouf

This eagle-eyed young actor is about to transform his career by appearing alongside cinema's most famous archeologist. Go »

Shia LaBeouf

This goo would also watch you like an eagle. Go »

Shirley MacLaine

In another life, she wasn't a famous movie star, New Age author, and big sister. Go »

Shirley Temple

Why would I worship at an actress after whom a drink is named? Go »

Shirley Temple

One of the most successful child stars in history turned Hollywood's worship into a religion. Go »

Sidney Poitier

not Will Smith's dad Go »

Sienna Miller

She's been the wife of an American sniper, the lover of a true Casanova, and the baroness fought by G.I. Joe. Go »

Sigourney Weaver

This actress has encountered Zool, Thermians, and Those We Don't Speak Of, but it's one alien race in particular that has defined her career. Go »

Skip Woods

If you thought Wednesday's goo was easy, Thursday's goo will be no skip in the park. Go »

Sofia Coppola

This Oscar winner is many things: The director of Lost in Translation and Marie Antoinette, the daughter of Francis Ford Coppola, and the ex-wife of Spike Jonze. However, she is not Alison Eastwood. Go »

Sophia Loren

½ of 2 women Go »

Spencer Tracy

Guess who's coming to the Oscars nine times in his career? Go »

Spike Lee

Get on the bus to Crooklyn to do the right thing. Go »

Stanley Kubrick

2001 orange clocks work with their wide eyes shut. Go »

Stephen Root

his former employers include WNYX, Strickland Propane, and Initech Go »

Steve Martin

He's fathered two brides, had two amigos, tamed two panthers, and raised two dozen kids. Go »

Steven Spielberg

Sharks, aliens, dinosaurs, robots, ghosts, and Nazis are the legacy of this very successful director. Go »

Steven Spielberg

He directed dinosaurs, wrote about ghosts, and produced giant robots. Go »

Susan Sarandon

This actress has tended to a boy with an exotic disease, a killer on death row, a friend on the run from the law, and a cross-dressing hedonistic scientist. Go »

Sylvester Stallone

He's played several iconic movie tough guys, from a Vietnam vet to a Philadelphia boxer, but his latest roles have been expendable. Go »

Takeshi Kitano

Marching into battle to the beat of his own drum, are you ready for a blood bath of (somewhat) comedic proportions? Go »

Tara Reid

Before she dated a college student on the seven-year plan, she was rumored to have found a new use for her reed instrument at band camp. Go »

Taraji P. Henson

She didn't give birth to a 90-year-old man, but she was his mother anyway. Go »

Taylor Kitsch

New Orleans superhero Go »

Taylor Kitsch

This actor's cinematic trip to Mars last month was an even bigger flop than his barely-watched NBC series about high school football. Go »

Taylor Lautner

He co-starred in a 2010 movie called Eclipse, playing a man who can become a giant wolf (with or without the presence of a full moon). Go »

Téa Leoni

Her resume includes restless spirits, huge lizards, and alternate realities. Go »

Tia Carrere

Before she became the world's sexiest terrorist (it's true) and a globe-trotting artifact seeker, she dated a local cable access host from Aurora, Illinois. Party on! Go »

Tim Burton

Dead brides, ghostly exterminators, extraterrestrial apes, and murdering barbers haunt the work of this morbid filmmaker. Go »

Tim Curry

This spicy actor brought life to such monsters as Dr. Frank-N-Furter, Pennywise the Clown, and the Lord of Darkness. Go »

Tim Roth

This ORANGE goo may have the box office record for longest time lying in a pool of his own blood. Go »

Tippi Hedren

Hitchcock taught this actress a thing or two about dealing with Angry Birds. Go »

Tobey Maguire

This youthful actor's roles have transformed him on-screen from a wonder boy into a Spider-Man. Go »

Tom Cruise

He cruises with his eyes shut, and his wife won't kid, man. Go »

Tom Hanks

This actor has been stranded in space, on a tropical island, in an airport terminal, and in an adult's body. Go »

Tom Hanks

Once known for goofy comedies like Big, he now makes serious dramas like Saving Private Ryan. Go »

Tom Hardy

His enemies include Immortan Joe, Batman, and Captain Picard. Go »

Tom Hiddleston

He's from London, but his most famous character is from Asgard. Go »

Tommy Lee Jones

He's caught success as an aging sheriff, two-faced district attorney, fugitive-chasing U.S. marshal, and alien-hunting government agent. Go »

Tommy Wiseau

You can't punish a bad director by telling him to go to his room. Go »

Tony Jaa

on the warpath Go »

Tuesday Weld

Since this star of Looking for Mr. Goodbar and Once Upon a Time in America retired, fans have asked why Tuesday's Gone. Go »

Uma Thurman

She's been a killer bride, a poisonous villainess, a genetically perfect scientist, a super ex-girlfriend, and the wife of Marsellus Wallace. Go »

Val Kilmer

In a long film career, he's been Doc Holliday and Wyatt Earp, Elvis Presley and Jim Morrison, Simon Templar and Bruce Wayne, Philip of Macedon and Moses. Go »

Vanessa Williams

She's been Viveca A. Fox's sister, Armand Assante's captor, Arnold Schwarzenegger's protectee, and America Ferrera's boss. Go »

Vanessa Williams

Controversy may have taken away her historic first beauty crown, but she saved the best for last. Go »

Verne Troyer

When you try to identify this evil sidekick and hockey coach, don't come up short. Go »

Vin Diesel

He's a movie star known for The Fast and the Furious, The Chronicles of Riddick, and Guardians of the Galaxy, not a compression-ignition engine in which a spray of fuel, introduced into air compressed to a temperature of approximately 1000° F (538° C), ignites at a virtually constant pressure. Go »

Vince Vaughn

After Fred Claus and another recent hit, this star is halfway to winning four Christmases. Go »

Vincent Price

You can't assign a value to the spooky voice employed by this thrilling actor in his many horror roles. Go »

Violante Placido

This singer with an oxymoronic name has starred in recent movies with George Clooney and Nicolas Cage. Go »

Virginia Madsen

from the deserts of Arrakis to the vineyards of Santa Barbara Go »

Warwick Davis

If the Nelwyns, Ewoks, and Leprechauns all met, this man would play them. Go »

Whoopi Goldberg

Have you seen this sister act? She's always the center of the show! Go »

Will Ferrell

The enthusiasm that this comedian brings to roles as a semi-pro basketball player, a glorious figure skater, a NASCAR driver in Talladega, and a screaming soccer dad is almost feral. Go »

Will Smith

This actor has battled alien invaders, killer robots, heavyweight champions, corrupt politicians, and Uncle Phil. Go »

Will Smith

The star of I Am Legend and Independence Day will soon take his son into the post-apocalyptic future with him in After Earth. Go »

William Hurt

How many other actors' careers go from hot to cold in only two years? Go »

Winona Ryder

She's done stranger things in her long career than star opposite a man with scissor fingers, a honky-tonk pianist, a seductive master vampire, and a bio-exorcist with the most. Go »

Woody Allen

This director has made an average of one film every year since the mid-seventies, most of them about himself. Go »

Yul Brynner

He finally let Moses's people go. Who's the king? Go »

Zack Snyder

DC Comics fans have 300 reasons to resent watching this director making grim and gritty films out of their beloved heroes. Go »

Zhang Ziyi

crouching geisha with hidden daggers Go »

Zhao Wei

This star of hits about soccer and princesses may be one of China's most successful actresses (literally: one of the four), but in some places she's better known for staring at one viewer from his television set. Go »

Zoe Saldana

Roles in the Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Trek, and Avatar films have made her a star. Go »

Zooey Deschanel

Don't panic, Henry. Your niece is fine. She and him will be back as soon as she's done dealing with some coward named Robert. Go »

Zsa Zsa Gabor

Hungarian beauty Go »

Zsa Zsa Gabor

This Hungarian beauty remains better remembered for her controversial off-screen life, including marrying nine men and slapping one cop, than she does for starring in movies like Moulin Rouge. Go »