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The Greatest Stars of All Timein Hollywood

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Below is list of greatest stars of all time in hollywoodfilm history

Vivien Leigh (1913-1967)

The English actress awarded with two Oscars will always be remembered for her performance in ‘What the wind took’. The role in the super production, which he got thanks to his enormous insistence, earned him his first statuette.

Ingrid Bergman(1915-1982)

The Swedish actress won two Oscars for best lead actress (for ‘Luz de Gas’ and ‘Anastasia’) and one as a secondary actress for ‘Murder in the Orient Express’. She was harshly criticized for her extra marital relationship with the Italian filmmaker Roberto Rosellini , becoming a non-grata person in the United States. For this reason, his second Academy Award had to be picked up by his great friend Cary Grant.

Meryl Streep (1949)

A 21-time Oscar nominee, she has won two statuettes as best leading actress and one as a secondary actress. Known for her ability to imitate accents, she got the first thanks to her masterful interpretation of a holocaust survivor in ‘Sophie’s decision’.  

Chris Evans: about his future after Captain America

Chris Evans age is like young actors and one of the most recognized actors in the world today, has been linked to the Marvel Cinematic Universe since ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’, about a decade ago. During this time, the billionaire interpreter has had plenty of time to get to know himself, and also to know what he wants to do once he distances himself forever from his iconic role in Marvel

Thus, in an extensive interview collected at THR, Evans has addressed in detail how these years have been and how he has dealt with the overwhelming fame that his character has reported to him. In the first place, he realized that he had to use his fame to fight the causes he considered unfair, such as the presidency of Donald Trump. A glance at his Twitter is enough to verify the deep rejection that the actor manifests towards the political leader.

He has also taken advantage of the interview to silence the voices that ended his career as an actor after the premiere of ‘ Avengers: Endgame ‘. A simple look at his agenda is enough to face reality, as soon we can see him in ‘Knives Out’ (the next film by Rian Johnson after ‘ The Last Jedi ‘), in the series ‘ Defending Jacob ‘ that prepares Apple or in ‘Invincible’, where he will play a young man who can remember his past lives.

Emma Watson

Emma Watson age was not even 10 years and already earned millions of dollars. However, his mother always made him have his feet on the ground. A year after the premiere of Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone came to theatres Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, the second instalment of this saga, which made a box office profit above 800 million dollars.

It was not long for the world to enjoy Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban, where the actress felt comfortable and full of the interpretive work that Hermione offered her.

During the filming of the movie, Emma Watson noticed her cast partner, Tom Felton, who was the character of Draco Malfoy. Although it has never been possible to verify that there is a romance between them, their friendship has transcended over the years.

Fans did not have to wait long to enjoy Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, a film for which Emma received the National Movie Award in the category of Best Female Performance.

Katherine Hepburn (1907-2003)

The only actress who has four Oscars for best actress in her record, which has made for many the best actress of all time. Throughout her extensive career, more than sixty years, she played with dramatic mastery dramatic roles and comedies. Model of a modern and independent woman, who refused to meet the expectations they had for a woman of her time.

Bette Davis (1908-1989)

With more than one hundred films throughout her career, the actress has ten nominations for her performances and two statuettes, like the rest of the actresses on our list. The American, who had a strong character and a very characteristic choppy vocal style, stood out in romantic dramas and comedies in which she used to play unfriendly characters.

Olivia de Havilland (1916)

 The only survivor of classic Hollywood, with 102 years. Born in Tokyo (Japan) and of British nationality, it is one of the great myths in the history of cinema. His performance in ‘La Heredera’ has been considered one of the best female performances of all time.

Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011)

Two statuettes also have the American actress of British origin known as one of the most beautiful in Hollywood and her love of jewelry. Seven husbands and eight weddings complete their curriculum.

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