His film debut was on the year 2002 whereby he appeared in The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys and followed it with The Emperor’s Club.The teen comedy The Girl Next Door raised him into higher fame and he also appeared on The Mudge Boy on 2004.Elisha Cuthbert’s best known for her role in the groundbreaking TV series, “24,” starring Kiefer Sutherland.But with her role as a porn star who desires to put that lifestyle behind her, Cuthbert shows off her comedic ability (and her gorgeous body) in the sexy romp, “The Girl Next Door.” Emile Hirsch (“Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys”) co-stars as a straight-arrow high school kid who falls hard for his beautiful next-door neighbor before discovering her occupation.Hirsch was born to parents Margaret Esther and David M. Emile was raised in Los Angeles, California and started his career by appearing in several television roles.He appeared in the television film Wild Iris and his appearance was appreciated.He appeared in the movies like Imaginary Heroes, Lords of Dogtown and was appreciated for his role as Jesse James Hollywood on Alpha Dog.
It’s different from “24” where you wear the same thing all the time. I was doing “24” and loved that character and felt like that character for a very long time and wanted to do something a little more hands on as opposed to “Old School” and “Love Actually,” which were very important to me and my career, but this is a little different. It’s a little deeper than your typical teen comedy, or whatever you want to call it.
The Mc Kittrick Hotel’s creaking elevator and stone-faced porter lent a speakeasy air to Dec.
1’s “Bonnie & Clyde” premiere party, hosted by A&E, Lifetime, History Channel, and Gotham Magazine.
Lifetime EVP Rob Sharenow played de facto master of ceremonies, announcing to the packed crowd that they were part of “the first ever three-network premiere. Because it’s a great film.” The two-part, four hour movie event — don’t call it a miniseries — is the first collaboration between the three cable networks.
“It’s the ultimate romance, of scorning the world for each other, of [being] anti-establishment, there for each other,” gushed Holliday Grainger, who plays Bonnie Parker, the film’s titular femme fatale.