50 TV Stars Turned Movie Stars

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    • theruffler

      Oct 23rd 2013, 6:39

      So...many...typos...! "Zeata Jones", "The Mask Of Zorror", "tweet countryside". Seriously, who wrote this - the work experience kid? Try turning on your spell checker guys.

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    • Bandit1

      Oct 23rd 2013, 8:04

      You guys must really love Sally Field....twice on #33 and #6

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    • cc1129

      Oct 23rd 2013, 9:23

      You're mentioning early TV work and with Jim Carrey you leave out "In Living Color"? That's how most people became aware of him before Ace Ventura!

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    • ash333

      Oct 23rd 2013, 10:38

      Er, Danny Dyer?

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    • Hadouken76

      Oct 23rd 2013, 11:14

      Few Brits in this one.. James McAvoy - Shameless, Clive Owen - Chancer, Sean Bean - Sharpe series, Lady Chatterly.

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    • liamscott

      Oct 23rd 2013, 12:43

      Ryan Gosling looked uber cool even as a kid!

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    • McSerious

      Oct 23rd 2013, 15:16

      Tron didn't rely on Olivia Wylde's sex appeal? With that skin tight suit? Yeh, right.

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    • Bennyj75

      Oct 24th 2013, 12:23

      Re: No 13 - Michael Palin in SNL??????

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    • darrennorris

      Oct 24th 2013, 12:29

      Pierce Brosnan was cast before Timothy Dalton in The Living Daylights but had to pull out due to a reactment clause in his Remington Steele contract. A bit of research guys goes along way. Total Film seems to become worse every week, be it with incorrect film info or spelling etc. Even the work experience kid wouldn't make these kind of errors, just imagine a film mag with correct film info!

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    • michaelbeck

      Oct 24th 2013, 16:36

      Steve Carrell's break out was actually the 40 Year Old Virgin.

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    • kmcryer

      Oct 24th 2013, 18:20

      Umm, Will Smith's real name is "Willard," not "William."

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    • H3isenberg

      Oct 25th 2013, 10:51

      @darrennorris - 'just imagine a film mag with correct film info!' - It's called Empire.

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