Introducing Five of Today’s Hottest Female Actresses

Emma StoneTen to fifteen years ago, if you asked anyone who they thought the hottest female actresses were, they would probably say actresses like Angelina Jolie or Julia Roberts. Today, while these actresses are still quite popular, the popular view has shifted to some actresses that are making their mark on Hollywood from a younger age.

1. Jennifer Lawrence
For only twenty four years old, she is one of the most popular actresses in Hollywood today. Getting her start in modellingin New York and roles in minor television shows, she moved to Los Angeles and got a role on The Bill Engvall Show. Her big break, however, came in 2010 when she was cast in the movie Winter’s Bone which earned her both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe nomination. She soon garnered more recognition when she was cast as the sexy figured Mystique in the reboot of the X-Men franchise and became known worldwide when she was cast in the lead role in The Hunger Games. She did receive an Academy Award for her role opposite Bradley Cooper in Silver Linings Plabook.

2. Emma Stone
Emma Stone had her first taste of acting in a theatre group in her home state of Arizona. Participating in many stage plays, she decided to pursue a career in acting. Winning the role of Laura Partridge in a reality show on VH1, led to her gaining minor roles on television over the next few years. Her movie film debut in 2007 was in Superbad led to roles in other movies such as The House Bunny and Ghosts of Girlfriends Past. These roles would lead to her first leading role as Olive in Easy A. She is currently known for her role as Gwen Stacy, Peter Parker’s girlfriend in the Spiderman reboot; a role she has been playing in two movies since 2011.

3. Kerry Washington
Only in minor roles in 1994 and 1996, Kerry Washington made her mark in the independent film Our Song. After this she was in films such as Save the Last Dance, The Human Stain, and She Hate Me. In 2004, she was in the movie Ray with Jamie Foxx which earned her a NAACP Image Award. She would go on to get another NAACP Image Award for her performance in 2006’s The Last King of Scotland. She would go on to play Foxx’s wife again in 2012’s Django Unchained for which she would receive yet another NAACP Image Award. She is currently playing the role of Olivia Pope in ABC’s Scandal which she has garnered critical acclaim for, gaining her two Primetime Emmy nominations, one Golden Globe nomination, and a Screen Actor’s Guild nomination. She has earned a NAACP Image Award for her role.

4. Emma Watson
She is best known for her role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter series. Participating ina number of Stagecoach theatre roles, she was discovered by Harry Potter casting agents in 1999through her acting coach. The first film in the series, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, got her five nominations of which she won one: the Young Artist Award for Best Actress in a Film by a Leading Young Actress. Over the next ten years she would continue to play the role of Hermione Grangerwhich gained her many nominations which would include a Teen’s Choice, People’s Choice andMTV Movie Awards for her role. She would then go on to play another literary character in The Perks of Being a Wallflower which gained her six awards including two San Diego Film Critics Awards. She was recently in the film Noah based on the story of Noah from the Bible.Including her acting career, she isalso a Goodwill Ambassador with the UN focusing on female empowerment.

5. Chloe Grace Moretz
Born in 1997, her first role was during two episodes of CBS’ The Guardian in 2004. However, her first big break was that in the 2005 remake of The Amityville Horror. Her next big film was 2010’s Kick-Ass, a role which even though it received mixed reviews, would get her enormous praise from critics. She would go on to play this role again for the 2013 sequel. She had a starring role in Martin Scorsese’s Hugo, which she earned a Saturn Award nomination and a Young Artist Award. She also starred in another horror movie remake of Stephen King’s Carrie. She can currently be seen in the film adaptation of Gayle Forman’s If I Stay.


Top Male Actors Of Today

Denzel WashingtonThere are a lot of male actors in movies. Some actors have more talent than others. They also have an appeal that drives audiences to see their movies. These top male actors of today do just that. They are talented and drive audiences to see their movies.

5.Robert Downey, Jr.

Robert Downey, Jr. has had his share of ups and downs throughout his career. He battled a drug addiction that eventually led to him going to jail. He had a career comeback when he had a recurring role on TV’s “Ally McBeal”. Ever since then, his career has stayed on the right path. He has remained sober and has had hit movies. Some of his hit movies include “Iron Man”, “Tropic Thunder”, “Iron Man 2”, “Sherlock Holmes” “Avengers”, “Iron Man 3”, as well as other movies. He is in the process of filming the third sequels to “Avengers” and “Sherlock Holmes” so he has a lot on his plate right now.

4. Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp was able to make a successful transition from TV to movies. He got his big break in the movie “A Nightmare On Elm Street”. This role led to his famous role on TV’s “21 Jump Street”. Once he left the show, he switched from TV to movies. He starred in different movies. Some of the movies were considered quirky and had little success at the box office. His big movie break came when he starred in the movie “Pirates Of The Caribbean”. He started being taken seriously as an actor and not just a handsome face when Pirates came out and was a success. He has gone on to star in other movies such as “Finding Neverland”, “Charlie And The Chocolate Factory”, “Alice In Wonderland”, as well as other movies including the Pirates sequels. He is currently filming six movies including a sequel to “Alice In Wonderland”.

3. Morgan Freeman

Morgan Freeman started his career on the soap opera “Another World”. This role led to many other roles on TV as well as movies. He has had a very successful movie career. He also has a distinctive voice that allows him to do numerous voiceover roles. Even though he is over 70-years-old, he has been very active in Hollywood. He does at least two or three movies a year, which is impressive because not too many actors can say the same thing. He has won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He may not be a leading actor, but he has starred in many roles and has had many hits over the years. Some of his hit movies include “Driving Miss Daisy”, “Glory”, “Lean On Me”, “Seven”, “Kiss The Girls”, “The Dark Knight”, “Million Dollar Baby”, as well as many other hit movies. The busy actor is in the process of filming five movies.

2. Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt was considered a ladies man because of his handsome looks. He proves that he is more than just a pretty face. He has had a long career in Hollywood. He starred in small roles on TV and movies until his big break came with the movie “Thelma And Louise”. After “Thelma And Louise”, he has had numerous movies roles throughout the years. His hit movies include “Legends Of The Fall”, “Seven”, “Interview With A Vampire”, “Ocean’s Eleven”, “Mr. And Mrs. Smith”, as well as many other hits. He has the ability to play different characters, which he has portrayed in his movies. He is currently filming three new movies.

1. Denzel Washington

Not only is Denzel Washington handsome, he is an extremely talented actor. He started out acting in small roles in TV and movies. His big break came when he starred on the TV show “St. Elsewhere”. This led to numerous hits such as “Glory”, “Ricochet”, “Malcolm X”, “The Hurricane”, “Remember The Titans”, “Training Day” as well as many other movies. No matter how his movies do at the box office, he is always praised for his performances in them. He has been rewarded with two Oscars for his talent. He is one of the few actors who have an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor and Best Actor and they are well deserved.

These are the top male actors of today. They are all talented men who deserve to be on the list. They all drive audiences to see their movies because of their talent.

The Best Movies of 2014

edge of tomorrow1. “The Edge of Tomorrow” – A clever futuristic time-travel adventure that pumps your adrenaline and spins your head follows combat-shy Major William Cage (Tom Cruise) as he is shipped into battle against alien invaders, only to discover that “game over” for him means reliving the same day over and over again. To stop the cycle, and potentially save humanity, he must figure out both the riddle of survival and the mystery of the alien enemy itself.

2. “Guardians of the Galaxy” – Orphaned space pirate Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) must unify a motley group of interstellar misfits to save the galaxy. Though an addition to the Marvel Universe franchise, it feels more like a throwback to campy post-Star Wars space opera/adventure movies of the 1980’s, which is great news to 10-year-olds of all ages.

3. “The Lego Movie” – More than just a feature-length advertisement for an enduring toy, “Lego Movie” is an altogether hilarious send-up of summer blockbusters, a celebration of imagination, and a moving paean to childhood.

4. “A Walk Among the Tombstones” – In an unrelentingly grim neo-noir, private investigator Matthew Scudder (Liam Neeson) searches for the killers of a man’s wife before they can kidnap and kill again. Less a retread of Neeson’s more action-oriented “Taken,” “Tombstones” is staid and atmospheric, showcasing brilliant performances and nail-biting suspense.

5. “The Rover” – After the world ends with a whimper, loner Eric (Guy Pearce) must confront a band of bank robbers when his car is stolen in the Australian outback. A violent, gritty character study sports top-notch performances and unsettlingly beautiful photography.

6. “Godzilla” – An earthquake jeopardizes a Japanese nuclear power plant, but radioactive isotopes are the least of the world’s problems. Monstrous prehistoric chrysalides hatch, and the future of humanity may rest in the scaly hands of an unexpected ally. Showcasing less monster-action than most would have liked, this second attempt to bring The Big Guy to the American continent still satisfies.

7. “Captain America – The Winter Soldier” – The most patriotic hero in the Marvel Universe is back in a second, and superior movie of his own. This time around, Cap (Chris Evans) collects new friends and allies to defeat an old enemy in one of the best superhero movies of the last decade.

8. “The Grand Budapest Hotel” – Concierge Gustave H. (Ralph Fiennes) and his young protégé Zero (Tony Revolori) race across 1960’s Europe to avoid assassins and clear Gustave of murder in Wes Anderson’s hyperkinetic ode to screwball comedies.

9. “Noah” – A fantastical retelling of the Genesis story that is equal parts Biblical epic, “The Lord of the Rings” and apocalyptic cinema,” “Noah” is a marvel of imagery, imagination, and storytelling.
10. “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” – A slightly Johnny-come-lately sequel brings back some favorite characters for a more linear story line that remains as visually stunning in its high-contrast black-and-white imagery and as over-the-top in its violence and larger-than-life characters as the original.