Top 10 most glamorous Hollywood actresses 2019
Amber Heard is best known for movies like The Informers, The Stepfather, Rum Diary along with ex-husband Johnny Depp and then appearing in Justice League as Mera.
Gal Gadot is still something of a beginner. What her years as a fitness instructor and as a model have given her is the knack of employing her whole body. Her expression isn’t just in her face and her voice, it’s in her posture from head to toe. But Hollywood has, wisely, not cast her yet in any very challenging roles. She’s making efforts to improve, she has humility on her side, she’s smart, and I wouldn’t be surprised if, by the time she has to stop turning somersaults, she’ll be ready to play Desdemona.
Angelina Jolie. One half of what was arguably the best Hollywood power couple of all time. I always believe Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie gets more publicity for their private lives than for their prowess in the acting industry. Jolie has produced some remarkable performances over the years. Here is a look at the list of top Angelina Jolie movies selected from her impressive filmography. You can watch some of these best Angelina Jolie movies on Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime.
Scarlett Johansson is a very famous actress and she is well-known for her role in the MCU as Black Widow. She has also appeared in movies like “Lost in Translation”, “Vicky Cristina Barcelona”, and “Hitchcock.” She is extremely talented and is also a very good singer. Over the years, Johansson has garnered a whole lot of attention from her fans because of her looks and figure, but there is so much more to this actress than her external features.
Emma Watson is a British actress and activist. she is famous for her role as Hermione granger in harry potter series. till date she has worked in numerous films: Harry Potter series, the bling ring, Colonia, the circle, Noah, the beauty and the beast. she is also appointed as a UN Women goodwill ambassador and actively worked for education for girls in Bangladesh and Zambia.
Anne Hathaway did a fabulous job with Hugh Jackman during the 2009 Academy Awards. It would make sense that they would want to bring her back. Unfortunately, James Franco is in no way, shape or form of a caliber of Hugh Jackman. They probably wanted Anne but felt hesitant about allowing her to host the entire show. That was a mistake. I think had she done it alone it would have been much better. Would it have been as good as other hosts in the past? Probably not… But it would have been better.
Actress Rosamund Pike has upped the ante on her television career this year (as well as the past couple of years) with not only acting but voiceover projects as well. She was the voice of The Black Rabbit of Inle in Watership Down, the voice of Mooninmama in Moominvalley and the voice of several characters in Thunderbirds are Go! She was recently seen in the film The informer ( as Wilcox). She is set to play Marie Curie in the soon-to-be-released film Radioactive and has also been slated to appear in the television program wheel of time in 2021.
Natalie Portman is an Israeli American actress, film producer, and director. She has won many awards, including an Academy Award and two Golden Globe Awards. Her real name is Neta-Lee Hershlag. She was born on June 9, 1981. Her first movie was in 1994 as the young protégée of a hitman in Léon: The Professional. When she was still studying in high school, she played the role of Padmé Amidala in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. She won many accolades for her roles in the Star Wars prequel films. She also received critical acclaim for playing a precocious teenager in the drama Anywhere but Here in 1999 alongside Susan Sarandon. The actress studied for a bachelor’s degree in psychology at Harvard University. She did both acting and studying at university. In 2001, she starred in The Public Theater’s play The Seagull and in the sequel Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones. Natalie Portman was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress and won a Golden Globe Award for playing a mysterious stripper in Closer in 2004.
Dakota Johnson, She’s a semi-decent actor, I’m told, so she will probably keep getting hired for other roles, but most likely rarely, since she will always be remembered for her break-out movies. The actors from Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and Twilight franchises have the same issue, to varying degrees. Voice-acting might be her best bet, at least until sanity reasserts itself and the world forgets about that particular franchise.
Emma Stone plays an aspiring actress struggling to make it in the industry – which is basically how she and almost all actors start out. For the most part, she was more likely to act herself out rather than someone else. Her performance was good, undoubtedly, but from my perspective, it was nondescript and isn’t Oscar-worthy. The Oscar at least should belong to someone who can be someone else. Like Natalie Portman – playing Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis – a historical figure who has had a colossal impact on the people of her time and ours, First Lady of the United States, someone bearing the pain of witnessing the death of her husband and struggling through the vicious contemporary status quo. Or Ruth Negga – a victim of racism in the 60s in America. Or Amy Adams (yes whose brilliant performance got snubbed) – a scientist coping with loneliness and an invincible sense of bereavement (If anyone approves of the AMPAS’ decision on this they clearly haven’t watched the movie, Amy’s acting with her eyes is impossible).