People Will Watch These Talented Actors In Any Film

TALENTED ACTORS

Early in their careers, fans catch a glimpse of the talent and, each time they see the actor in a new role, realize that the talent is no fluke. Once the actor has built up a long enough resume, the great ones enter must-see-at-all-costs territory.

6 Talented Actors

You can call far more of the latter in 60 seconds than the former in an hour, and that’s why people will watch a movie simply because Christian Bale is in it.

Christian Bale

Sir Anthony Hopkins’ film credits started in 1960, so it’s inevitable that there are some stinkers within his massive resume. However, Hopkins’ show-stealing performances in films like Silence of the Lambs (fava beans and chianti, anyone?), Amistad, The Elephant Man, and The Remains of the Day converted many viewers into ride-or-dies.

Anthony Hopkins

Toni Collette will never grace the air of superstardom occupied by Angelina Jolie or Margot Robbie, but it’s not for lack of talent, dedication, or tangible accomplishment. Collette is a serious actor, plain and simple.

Toni Collette

By appearing sparingly in films and television, remaining picky in his roles, and appearing utterly convincing in the roles he does accept, the Irish actor has earned a considerable fan base.

Cillian Murphy

Cate Blanchett is another actress who does not have bombshell looks by Hollywood standards but whose talent and dedication are utterly undeniable. The two-time Oscar winner (as of 2023) played Bob Dylan in I’m Not There

Cate Blanchett

Anything but the traditional leading man, Plemons’ ability to play a Bostonian mobster (Black Mass), a midwestern yokel forced to deal with his wives’ homicidal mistake (Fargo), and a creepy neighbor aggrieved by his non-invite to game night (Game Night) proves his range.

Jesse Plemons

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