Movie Stars and Movie Star Themes
Brand Thunder broke technical ground when it released its dynamically updating Movie Premiere browser theme that included movie posters, reviews and ticket sales all from leading site – Fandango. It’s still a fun and useful theme, great for any movie buff or those just along for the summer blockbuster ride.
A more recent technical innovation is browser themes, Brand Thunder’s drag and drop theme creator, has spawned a whole slew of new movie themes and many focused on our favorite movie stars. Here’s a look at some of those you’ll find in the Brand Thunder’s Theme Gallery.
Johnny Depp is perhaps one of the most versatile actors in Hollywood. Known for his eclectic choice in roles as much for his acting skills, his popularity reached new heights since his portrayal of Captain Jack Sparrow.
When Pitt learned to fly-cast for his role in A River Runs Through It, he practiced on top of buildings in Hollywood and frequently hooked himself in the back of his head. Isn’t this where you should call in a stunt double?
Oscar-winning actress, Angelina Jolie hit mainstream popularity with the title role in the “Lara Croft” series of blockbuster movies. Off-screen, Jolie is equally well know for involvement in international charity projects, especially those involving refugees.
According to George, “an acting career usually has about a shelf life of ten years before people get sick of seeing you. It’s a good thing to have a job to fall back on and I really do enjoy directing.” Looks like Clooney is going to have to modify that timeline.
In almost all the films – e.g. Man on Fire, American Gangster, John Q – where he handles or uses sidearms, there’s a scene of him swiftly ejecting a bullet from the loaded chamber and then catching the bullet before it falls to the ground. More than just a talented actor.
Halle first came into the spotlight at 17 years old when she won the Miss Teen All-American Pageant, representing the state of Ohio in 1985 and, a year later in 1986, when she was the first runner-up in the Miss USA Pageant. She hasn’t relinquished the spotlight yet.
Probably the most celebrated of all actresses, Marilyn Monroe was born Norma Jeane Mortenson. Marilyn made only 30 films in her lifetime, but her legendary status and mysticism will remain with film history forever.
Presley made the majority of his thirty-three movies in the 1960s. Throughout his career, he set records for concert attendance, television ratings and recordings sales. The critics may not have liked his movie work, but it didn’t seem to hurt his appeal.
The 1992 film The Bodyguard sealed her place as one of the best-selling artists of all time. While the movie itself and her performance in it were not highly praised, the soundtrack album and her cover of the Dolly Parton song ‘I Will Always Love You’ sold 44 million copies around the world.