These days, all the chatter online seems to be about social networking - your Twitters, your Facebooks and such.
But cinema stars are still maintaining websites hoping to entice fans to follow their work/buy crap with their name or face on it and pimp their latest musings.
We decided to trawl the depths of the magical intarwebs to take a look at some of the cream of the crop - and some that are just rotten.
Inspired by Jim Carrey's amazing contribution to online actor presences, here's our take…
Why It Rocks: It's Terry Gilliam meets the twisted portions of Carrey's career.
Whoever decided to frame the site like this deserves a medal. It's a hefty beast and you might have to wait for it to respond occasionally, but you're always rewarded for your patience.
Our particular favourite page is "Origins", which offers a blast into his past featuring pics of young Jim and a warped Canadian page.
Billy Bob Thornton
Why It Sucks: Anyone who's ever done a media studies or information science course in the last few years has probably had to build a website.
When you're learning HTML, this is probably what it looks like. Perhaps BBT's trying to make a joke out of the fact that he's not really a computer guy. But it just comes off as amateurish, not hilarious.
It's listed as originally created in 1998 - we doubt the design has changed since then.
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