Amy’s Favorite 100 Actors
Tell me, is there ANYONE that could hate Alan Cumming?
Once upon a time, I hated — couldn’t stand the sight of — Steve Carell. I don’t know what happened. I think Juliette Binoche sorta made me like him. I can stand him so much now that I can place him near my favorites Tsumabuki and Eita, who literally make my heart all giddy and girly and sh!t. Is that same prototype with Whishaw who had kinda disappeared from the radar  for a little while, but exploded once again with Cloud Atlas.
And while Donnie Yen can totally kick the butt of anyone on this list (probably), Bajpai or Fiennes can be kinda scary to guard themselves off for a little while.
For Banderas, Cruise and Norton, there’s no doubts that some of their best period was the late 90s and early 00s, though Banderas tops both of them with a stint back with Almodovar in The Skin I Live in. In the meantime, the young ones have more chances to work with a variety of directors crafting their own niche within their environments. Though Ranbir Kapoor has been lagging behind in range, he has a chance to redeem himself if Bombay Velvet ever makes it to screen.
Paul Dano drops a few places after topping my list of 20 Actors to Watch Until They’re 30.