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The Evolution Of Anne Hathaway
19. Alice in Wonderland (2010)Tim Burton’s adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic opened to distinctly mixed reviews, but it’s unlikely that anyone involved was too bothered about that, as it went on to gross over $1 billion at the box office.It’s searching for a plot, and could’ve done with a gutsier heroine (imagine if it had have been Hathaway playing Alice), but the visuals are enough to keep you distracted for the running time. And Hathaway is spot-on as the White Queen: pale, poised, otherworldly and just a little nuts.Anne Hath-A-Way with… Nigella Lawson impressions, as Burton instructed her to channel the domestic goddess.

The Evolution Of Anne Hathaway

19. Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Tim Burton’s adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic opened to distinctly mixed reviews, but it’s unlikely that anyone involved was too bothered about that, as it went on to gross over $1 billion at the box office.

It’s searching for a plot, and could’ve done with a gutsier heroine (imagine if it had have been Hathaway playing Alice), but the visuals are enough to keep you distracted for the running time. And Hathaway is spot-on as the White Queen: pale, poised, otherworldly and just a little nuts.

Anne Hath-A-Way with… Nigella Lawson impressions, as Burton instructed her to channel the domestic goddess.

Elizabeth Taylor: 10 Iconic Roles
7. Cleopatra (1963)
Perhaps the most iconic role in all of Taylor’s prolific career. Joseph L. Mankiewicz’ epic was one of the most expensive films of all time (and it’s still up there, if you adjust the budget for inflation).
Taylor’s legendary screen status helps to sell the character of the tempestuous queen of Egypt, and she wears the ridiculously expensive costumes well.
Though the film has its detractors, and it remains a yardstick for troubled productions, it will be forever remembered as the first screen pairing of Taylor and future husband Richard Burton. They went on to make 11 more films together.

Elizabeth Taylor: 10 Iconic Roles

7. Cleopatra (1963)

Perhaps the most iconic role in all of Taylor’s prolific career. Joseph L. Mankiewicz’ epic was one of the most expensive films of all time (and it’s still up there, if you adjust the budget for inflation).

Taylor’s legendary screen status helps to sell the character of the tempestuous queen of Egypt, and she wears the ridiculously expensive costumes well.

Though the film has its detractors, and it remains a yardstick for troubled productions, it will be forever remembered as the first screen pairing of Taylor and future husband Richard Burton. They went on to make 11 more films together.

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The Evolution Of Gwyneth Paltrow
29. Iron Man (2008)
It’s comic book time, as Paltrow signs on to play the love interest/foil of the titular Iron Man, aka phenomenally successful businessman Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.). She plays Pepper Potts, and despite the silly comic name, manages to bring credit and smarts to the role.
The plot follows Stark’s transformation into Iron Man after being kidnapped in the Middle East, where he first uses the suit to escape his captors. When free, though, Stark realises he could use his new identity to become a superhero.

The Evolution Of Gwyneth Paltrow

29. Iron Man (2008)

It’s comic book time, as Paltrow signs on to play the love interest/foil of the titular Iron Man, aka phenomenally successful businessman Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.). She plays Pepper Potts, and despite the silly comic name, manages to bring credit and smarts to the role.

The plot follows Stark’s transformation into Iron Man after being kidnapped in the Middle East, where he first uses the suit to escape his captors. When free, though, Stark realises he could use his new identity to become a superhero.