“Everyone loved them, and then forgot them”: star actresses who are now almost not seen in movies
A Hollywood actor’s life is difficult and miserable. You’re a celebrity today, but no one will remember you tomorrow. These females shone in the movies in the 1980s and 1990s, when Russia was inundated with Western films, and now they have to work on uninteresting projects or perhaps retire from the cases.
The classic film “The Matrix,” in which she played Neo’s lover, Trinity, catapulted her to fame. Then came the second and third installments, followed by dozens of films whose titles no one will ever remember.
Your parents most likely covertly saw the film “Blue Lagoon,” which contains obscene scenes. Brooke, the attractive actress, played the lead part. That was in the 1980s! She continued to shine, work as a model, and have surprising romantic adventures after that. With the exception of the role of a low-brow picture, nothing has altered in principle.
“The Silence of the Lambs,” “Anna and the King,” and more films “The Accused” – it’s easier to count Jodie’s absences from ’90s films. However, in recent years, the star has taken a step back and is now participating in producing ventures.
A leading part in the French film “Left of the Elevator” catapulted Behar to fame. The stunning blonde beauty was a man’s dream in the 1990s, but she soon faded into obscurity. She features in a few films and conducts humanitarian work on the side.
Meg’s career peaked in the 1990s, when she appeared in films like as Sleepless in Seattle, You’ve Got Mail, and French Kiss. Following that, the singer withdrew to the day and focused on parenthood. She returned in 2015 with the film “Ithaca,” in which she not only played one of the principal parts, but also directed.
You’ve probably had Mina dreams while watching Beauty and the Beast. She also appeared in “American Pie” and on the covers of men’s magazines, but she’s recently vanished.
The actress rose to prominence because to her performance in Groundhog Day. Following then, there were other successful projects, followed by a dark period in the 2000s. Andie decided to become a model and the face of a cosmetic company. She is still appearing in mediocre soap operas.
“Legends of the Fall,” “First Knight,” and “Sabrina” demonstrated Julia’s toughness as a performer. But eventually the jobs became increasingly narrow. She eventually transitioned to soap operas in the 2000s.
She was nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in The Witness. Then her romance with Harrison Ford became the buzz of the world. Her best work, however, is regarded as “Top Gun,” a film starring Tom Cruise. She hasn’t had many major parts or filmography since then.
Erika began her career as a model before becoming the primary star of Baywatch. She then appeared in other productions based on them, although she struggled with other parts.
When she co-starred in “Wild Orchid” with Mickey Rourke in the mid-1980s, she drew men’s attention. The film’s romance became real life when the couple married in 1992. They separated soon after, and Otis married an environmentalist.
Phoebe’s personal favorite from “Charmed.” However, Milano has also been in Melrose Place, Who’s the Boss, and other shows. She returned to the movies after the birth of her daughter, while simultaneously writing books and conducting charity work.
The comedy action picture “Lethal Weapon 3” catapulted her to national prominence, and in the late 1990s, the film “The Thomas Crown Affair,” starring Pete Brosnan and Rene Russo, was released. She then acted in unnoticed films until her role in “The Avengers” drew her back into the spotlight.
“The Wild Orchid” and “Anna Karenina” are two of Jacqueline’s major works. Bisset is now 75 years old, although she continues to act in modest roles.
Nastassja Kinski became famous for her parts in the cinema versions of Russian classics: “Springtime Waters” and “The Humiliated and Insulted”. Tarantino offered her the job in “Inglorious Basterds,” but something went wrong and she declined. She frequently visits Russia, indicating that things are not going well.
The actress, who was nominated for an Oscar for “Peggy Sue Got Married” and won a Golden Globe for “Romancing a Stone,” is now coping with health issues. Kathleen was diagnosed with a serious autoimmune condition in the 1990s, and her treatment has had an impact on her physical appearance. Turner recovered from her illness and returned to the theater and movies, although she was not a big hit.