The beautiful and talented Isla Fisher first popped up on our radar in 'Wedding Crashers' back in 2005, but the actress had been working for years before she caught our eye. In today's Way Back When, we take a look at her lesser-known roles.
The Oscars are almost upon us, which means we're at the end of our special edition of Way Back When. In our final entry, we'll take a look back at the early work of Daniel Day-Lewis, nominated for Best Actor for his performance in 'Lincoln.'
Tommy Lee Jones is an Oscar nominee for his outstanding supporting performance in 'Lincoln' (too bad his hair piece wasn't eligible). So in today's Way Back When, we bring you a look at the early career of this veteran actor.
We took notice of Naomi Watts' immense talents with films like 'The Ring' and 'I Heart Huckabees,' and you can see her next in the upcoming disaster drama 'The Impossible' alongside Ewan McGregor. In today's Way Back When, however, we take a look back at her earlier roles.
Emmanuelle Riva is nominated for an Oscar for her incredible performance in 'Amour,' but the 85-year-old actress has been wowing audiences since the '50s. In today's Way Back When, we go way, way back to take a look at some of Riva's earlier work.
Jennifer Lawrence made a name for herself and blew us away with the 2010 film 'Winter's Bone,' following it up with roles in 'The Hunger Games' and 'Silver Linings Playbook,' the latter of which nabbed her a 2013 Oscar nom for Best Actress. In today's Way Back When, we take a look at her lesser known roles.
Anne Hathaway is up for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her work in 'Les Miserables,' and she's really been giving it her all over the last few years. In today's Way Back When, we take a look at a few of her earlier roles.
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