The stars of the Twilight movies have got fame and good looks, but did you know they also have some killer dance skills? Well, at least Taylor Lautner does. Though he doesn't get the chance to show them off often as werewolf Jacob, little Lautner is seen here dancing his little heart out to Usher's "Yeah" back in his What's New, Scooby Doo? days. Let's just say dude's got some moves you've never seen.
Zach Galifianakis's rise to fame has been so meteoric that it's crazy to think his breakout performance in The Hangover was just three years ago. Like most actors, however, Galifianakis had a long career before he showed up on the public radar. Fifteen years ago, the then 28-year-old actor appeared on the short-lived sketch series Apt. 2F. Who would have thought the man in a focus group testing "assclock pants" would go on to star in his own movies?
Elizabeth Banks has been everywhere lately, thanks to roles in What to Expect When You're Expecting, The Hunger Games, and 30 Rock, but did you know that she also had a small role in Steven Spielberg's 2002 hit Catch Me If You Can? Yes, before she romanced Jack Donaghy or wrangled Katniss and Peeta, she had a little bit of fun with Frank Abagnale Jr. (Leonardo DiCaprio). Check out the lucky girl's scene now!
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While I'm loving the newly released The Amazing Spider-Man, I've seen 2002's Spider-Man easily a dozen times. However, Joe Manganiello's appearance in the movie slipped under my radar somehow — until now. The True Blood star (who's also currently sexing it up in Magic Mike) plays Flash, the bully who Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) spills his tray of food on in the lunchroom. He's sporting an attitude that eventually gets knocked out of him when the newly powerful Peter embarrasses him in a hallway fight. I'm debating whether I prefer Manganiello in this role or the new incarnation played by Chris Zylka. What's your take?
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Channing Tatum may be one of Hollywood's hottest actors right now, but he's been dancing even longer than he's been acting. He had his breakout role in 2006's Step Up, showing off some serious moves. I still remember this scene, in which he shows off his street skills in the parking lot of the school where he works (as a janitor). I could have never predicted years later he would be taking it all off with Matthew McConaughey in Magic Mike, but I'm sure glad he is.
Check out all of Tatum's moves in the video after the jump.
Though they both went on to bigger and better projects, once upon a time, To Rome With Love's Alec Baldwin and People Like Us's Michelle Pfeiffer were just an unhappy couple in 1988's Married to the Mob. That '80s hair, those Brooklyn accents, and the fact that Baldwin's character's name is "Cucumber" Frank de Marco is all priceless. Who would have thought that decades later they'd both still be on the A-list — or that Michelle Pfeiffer would still be so gorgeous?
Watch their marital squabble after the jump.
This season of Mad Men may have come to a close, but that doesn't mean we've stopped keeping our eyes peeled for Jon Hamm. We recently came across an awesome clip that shows Hamm, circa 2002, romancing none other than Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham). His character, Peyton, may as well be named Don Draper, because he seems like an early version of the ad exec we all know and love. I'm also wondering if he had some bonding time with Alexis Bledel, who, years later, would also star on Mad Men!
We know and love Ian Somerhalder from The Vampire Diaries, where he plays sexy, smoldering undead Damon. But before he was a vampire, he was just a happy-go-lucky college student who loved dance jumping on beds. OK, his character in 2002's The Rules of Attraction is a little more twisted than easygoing, but hey, he was created by Bret Easton Ellis.
Get a load of Somerhalder dancing (in his skivvies!) after the jump.
We thought all the old-school video gold of Franklin & Bash star Mark-Paul Gosselaar would be from his Saved by the Bell days. Not so! We found an even older clip of the '90s heartthrob on a 1988 episode of Punky Brewster. Punky's got a crush on Gosselaar, who plays her math tutor, but he's only got eyes for her friend Margaux. That is, until he realizes Margaux is boring and he instead asks Punky to a Sting concert. (That's right. Sting.) Too bad Margaux has a penchant for eavesdropping — and a whole basket of eggs!
Seven years ago, before their starring roles on hit Fox series, in a land far, far away, Matthew Morrison and Zooey Deschanel were just two star-crossed lovers in Once Upon a Mattress. Disney's TV movie production may not have been what catapulted the two to fame toward Glee and New Girl, but we sure are glad this exists in the universe. I'm wondering if this song, "In a Little While," was on Morrison's audition tape for the part of Mr. Schuester.