Directed by Tony Scott and based on the first script Quentin Tarantino ever wrote, the 1993 film 'True Romance' follows the story of Clarence, a video store employee who marries a hooker and steals her boss' cocaine, leading the two on a dangerous adventure through LA. 20 years later, we take a look back at the all-star cast of this film and see what they're up to now.
Where Are They Now?
Released in 1988, 'Bloodsport' gave Jean-Claude Van Damme one of his first starring roles and introduced the world to his insane action skills. The film follows Frank Dux (based on the real-life American martial artist of the same name), who goes to Hong Kong to participate in the Kumite -- an illegal underground martial arts tournament in which competitors use freestyle techniques and are eliminated after a single round.
It's been 25 years since the film was released, so join us as we look back at the cast of the film and see what they're up to now.
While Michael J. Fox had been the first choice to play Marty McFly in 'Back to the Future,' 'Family Ties' wouldn't release him from his sitcom obligations so the shooting began with Eric Stoltz in the lead role.
Neill Blomkamp's latest sci-fi action effort, 'Elysium,' hits theaters this weekend. In the film, Matt Damon plays Max, a man living on a future, third-world version of Earth while the wealthy enjoy a utopian life on a luxury space station known as Elysium. When given only a few days to live, Max must become a reluctant hero to save himself -- and possibly the rest of humanity.
In 1998, writer and director duo Peter and Bobby Farrelly unleashed 'There's Something About Mary' on the world and the film became an instant comedy classic. The film follows Ted (Ben Stiller), a former high school loser who seeks out his dream girl (Cameron Diaz) for a second chance. 15 years later, we take a look back at the cast and see what they're up to now.
Released in 1998, Michael Bay's 'Armageddon' follows a rag-tag group of misfit drillers sent to space to destroy an asteroid the size of Texas before it hits Earth and destroys our planet. Now 15 years later, we take a look back at the cast of the film and see what they're up to these days.
In 1999, Mike Judge, creator of MTV's 'Beavis and Butt-Head,' released the little indie workplace comedy 'Office Space,' about a trio of coworkers who decide to rebel against their annoying boss and the horrible company they work for. Hard to believe the cult classic is 14 years old this year, so we decided to take a look back at the cast and see if they've moved on to better jobs -- so to speak -- since then.
It's been 20 years since 'The Nanny' first hit the airwaves. Let that sink in. The sitcom, which was about a brash no-nonsense Jewish woman from Queens who becomes the nanny for a reserved British/American widower and his three children, was a hit for CBS, running six years and getting an hour-long reunion episode in 2004.
'Revenge of the Nerds' is easily one of the greatest comedies of all time. Released in 1984, the film follows a group of nerdy friends as they navigate the treacherous social waters of college. It's been almost 30 years since this classic film hit theaters, so let's take a look back at the cast of the film and see what they're up to now.
Released in 1991, 'Hot Shots' was a spoof of 'Top Gun,' starring Charlie Sheen as a cocky Tom Cruise stand-in, and Cary Elwes in the Val Kilmer role. The film spawned an eventual sequel, but today we take a look back at the first 'Hot Shots' to see how much the cast has changed.