2000’s Filmography

He’s Just Not That Into You (2009)

Scarlett as: Anna
Other Cast: Ginner Goodwin, Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore, Bradley Cooper
Directed by: Ken Kwapis
Release Date: February 6, 2009
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Based on the wildly popular bestseller from Sex and the City scribes Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo, He’s Just Not That Into You tells the stories of a group of interconnected, Baltimore-based twenty- and thirtysomethings as they navigate their various relationships from the shallow end of the dating pool through the deep, murky waters of married life, trying to read the signs of the opposite sex… and hoping to be the exceptions to the “no-exceptions” rule.


The Spirit (2008)

Scarlett as: Silken Floss
Other Cast: Gabriel Macht, Samuel L. Jackson, Eva Mendes, Sarah Paulson
Directed by: Frank Miller
Release Date: December 25, 2008
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The Spirit is the story of Denny Colt, a murdered cop who is mysteriously reborn as the masked crime fighter called the Spirit. Determined to keep his beloved Central City safe, the Spirit pursues Central City’s villains from the shadows and seeks to remove to the worst of them all: the psychotic megalomaniac known as the Octopus. Yet as busy as his ongoing mission keeps him, the dashing crusader always manages to make time for beautiful women, though he never quite knows if they want to seduce, love or kill him. But there is one lady who will never betray him, and to whom he will always be true: Central City, the proud old metropolis where he was born – twice.


Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008)

Scarlett as: Cristina
Other Cast: Javier Bardem, Rebecca Hall, Penélope Cruz, Patricia Clarkson
Directed by: Woody Allen
Release Date: August 15, 2008
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Two young American women, Vicky and Cristina come to Barcelona for a summer holiday. Vicky (Rebecca Hall) is sensible and engaged to be married; Cristina is emotionally and sexually adventurous. In Barcelona, they’re drawn into a series of unconventional romantic entanglements with Juan Antonio, a charismatic painter, who is still involved with his tempestuous ex-wife Maria Elena. Set against the luscious Mediterranean sensuality of Barcelona, Vicky Cristina Barcelona is Woody Allen’s funny and open-minded celebration of love in all its configurations.


The Other Boleyn Girl (2008)

Scarlett as: Mary Boleyn
Other Cast: Natalie Portman, Eric Bana, Kristin Scott Thomas, Mark Rylance
Directed by: Justin Chadwick
Release Date: February 29, 2008
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Two sisters, Anne and Mary Boleyn, are driven by their ambitious father and uncle to advance the family’s power and status by courting the affections of the king of England. Leaving behind the simplicity of country life, the girls are thrust into the dangerous and thrilling world of court life – and what began as a bid to help their family develops into a ruthless rivalry between Anne and Mary for the love of the king. Initially, Mary wins King Henry’s favour and becomes his mistress, bearing him an illegitimate child. But Anne, clever, conniving, and fearless, edges aside both her sister and Henry’s wife, Queen Katherine of Aragon, in her relentless pursuit of the king. Despite Mary’s genuine feelings for Henry, her sister Anne has her sights set on the ultimate prize; Anne will not stop until she is Queen of England. As the Boleyn girls battle for the love of a king – one driven by ambition, the other by true affection – England is torn apart. Despite the dramatic consequences, the Boleyn girls ultimately find strength and loyalty in each other, and they remain forever connected by their bond as sisters.


The Nanny Diaries (2007)

Scarlett as: Annie Braddock
Other Cast: Laura Linney, Nicholas Art, Paul Giamatti, Chris Evans
Directed by: Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini
Release Date: August 24, 2007
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The Nanny Diaries tells the story of the emotional and often humorous journey of Annie Braddock, a young wo man from a working-class neighborhood in New Jersey, struggling to understand her place in the world. Fresh out of college, she gets tremendous pressure from her mother to find a respectable position in the business world although Annie would prefer to trade in her Blackberry for an anthropologist’s field diary. Through a serendipitous meeting, Annie ends up in the elite and ritualistic culture of Manhattan’s Upper East Side – as remote from Annie’s suburban New Jersey upbringing as life in an Amazon tribal village. Choosing to duck out of real life, Annie accepts the position as a nanny for a wealthy family, referred to as simply “the X’s.” She quickly learns that life is not very rosy on the other side of the tax bracket, as she must cater to the every wh im of Mrs. X and her precocious son Grayer, while attempting to avoid the formidable Mr. X. Life becomes even more complicated when Annie falls for a gorgeous Park Avenue Hottie, and she’s forced to re-examine her life and the direction in which it is headed.


The Prestige (2006)

Scarlett as: Olivia Wenscombe
Other Cast: Christian Bale, Hugh Jackman, Michael Caine, Rebecca Hall
Directed by: Christopher Nolan
Release Date: October 20, 2006
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The Prestige begins in rapidly changing, turn-of-the-century London. At a time when magicians are idols and celebrities of the highest order, two young magicians set out to carve their own paths to fame. The flashy, sophisticated Robert Angier is a consummate entertainer, while the rough-edged purist Alfred Borden is a creative genius who lacks the panache to showcase his magical ideas. They start out as admiring friends and partners. But when their biggest trick goes terribly awry, they become enemies for life – each intent on outdoing and upending the other. Trick by trick, show by show, their ferocious competition builds until it knows no bounds, even utilizing the fantastical new powers of electricity and the scientific brilliance of Nikola Tesla – while the lives of everyone around them hang in the balance. Rife with sleight-of-hand shocks and revelations, the film delves into a riveting world where the farthest, darkest edges of faith, trust and the possible are probed.


The Black Dahlia (2006)

Scarlett as: Kay Lake
Other Cast: Josh Hartnett, Aaron Eckhart, Hilary Swank, Mia Kirshner
Directed by: Brian De Palma
Release Date: September 15, 2006
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The Black Dahlia weaves a ficitonalized tale of obsession, love, corruption, greed and depravity around the brutal murder of a fledgling Hollywood starlet that shocked and fascinated the nation in 1947 and remains unsolved today. Two ex-pugilist cops, Lee Blanchard and Bucky Bleichert, are called to investigate the homicide of ambitious silver-screen B-lister Betty Ann Short A.K.A. The Black Dahlia — an attack so grisly that images of the killing were kept from the public. While Blanchard’s growing preoccupation with the sensational murder threatens his relationship with Kay, his partner Bleichert finds himself attracted to the enigmatic Madeleine Linscott, the daughter of one of the city’s most prominent families — who just happens to have an unsavory connection to the murder victim.


Scoop (2006)

Scarlett as: Sondra Pransky
Other Cast: Woody Allen, Hugh Jackman, Ian McShane, Romola Garai
Directed by: Woody Allen
Release Date: July 28, 2006
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The late U.K. journalist Joe Strombel is being mourned by his colleagues – even as, stuck in limbo, Joe remains committed to pursuing a hot tip on the identity of “the Tarot Card Killer” at large in London. But how can his legwork get done now? Via the very much alive Sondra Pransky. Sondra is an American journalism student visiting friends in London. During a stage performance by another American, magician Sid Waterman, Sondra is shocked to find herself able to see and hear Joe. From beyond, he gives her the scoop of a lifetime and urges her to pursue it. Sondra immediately starts chasing the big story, enlisting the aid of a reluctant Sid. That chase leads right to handsome British aristocrat Peter Lyman. Soon, Sondra finds that the romance of her life may well be the dangerous scoop she’s looking for.


The Island (2005)

Scarlett as: Jordan Two Delta/Sarah Jordan
Other Cast: Ewan McGregor, Sean Bean, Djimon Hounsou, Steve Buscemi
Directed by: Michael Bay
Release Date: July 22, 2005
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Midway through the 21st century, Lincoln Six Echo lives in a confined indoor community after ongoing abuse of the Earth has rendered most of the planet uninhabitable. One of the only places in the outside world still capable of sustaining life is an idyllic island where citizens are chosen to live through a lottery. Or at least that’s what Lincoln and his fellow citizens are taught to believe; the truth is that Lincoln, like everyone he knows, is actually a clone who is kept under wraps to provide needed organs when the person who supplied his or her DNA falls ill. When he becomes aware that his existence is a fraud, Lincoln escapes to the outside world with a fellow clone, Jordan Two Delta, though the powers that be are determined to see that no one gets away alive.


Match Point (2005)

Scarlett as: Nola Rice
Other Cast: Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Emily Mortimer, Matthew Goode
Directed by: Woody Allen
Release Date: December 28, 2005
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Chris Wilton is an Irish tennis player with an impoverished background. Just accomplished enough to make his way onto the professional circuit, but not skilled enough to be a consistent winner, he now works as an instructor at a London tennis club. The wealthy Tom Hewett, who is as impressed by Chris’s charm and good looks as he is by his game, takes a tennis lesson from the young man. Chris’s intelligence and wit also make a strong impression on Tom’s pretty sister, Chloe, who soon falls for him. It isn’t long before Chris and Chloe are engaged to be married, a match that pleases both Tom and his father, Alec, a successful businessman who believes Chris has a bright future in his firm. However, Chris also feels an overwhelming attraction to Nola Rice, a sexy blonde from the United States who is dating Tom. Though Nola initially puts up some resistance, Chris gently nudges her in the direction of an affair. Passion soon ignites between the two, and they have a one-time sexual encounter, even as Chris and Chloe plan their wedding. Nola resists, however, when Chris makes additional attempts to wheedle her into bed. Nola drops out of Chris’s life shortly before his wedding, but a chance meeting a few months later resurrects the relationship as Chris and Chloe try to start a family.


In Good Company (2004)

Scarlett as: Alex Foreman
Other Cast: Dennis Quaid, Topher Grace, Marg Helgenberger, Philip Baker Hall
Directed by: Paul Weitz
Release Date: January 14, 2005
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Dan Foreman is a loving husband, caring father and star ad executive. But now, life is putting him through the ultimate test. Carter Duryea, a young hotshot half his age, has just become his boss. And to complicate matters, Dan discovers Carter is dating his daughter.


A Good Woman (2004)

Scarlett as: Meg Windermere
Other Cast: Helen Hunt, Tom Wilkinson, Mark Umbers, Stephen Campbell Moore
Directed by: Mike Barker
Release Date: February 3, 2006
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Set on the stunning Amalfi Coast in the 1930s, A Good Woman follows New York socialite Mrs Erlynne, a woman disliked by wives for catching the attention of their husbands. Forced to leave New York, she heads for Italy, the picturesque playground of the rich and famous and the very place that the newlywed couple Robert and Meg Windermere are spending their summer season. Mrs Erlynne’s appearance causes a stir and looks to threaten the idyllic Windermere marriage.


A Love Song for Bobby Long (2004)

Scarlett as: Purslane “Pursy” Will
Other Cast: John Travolta, Gabriel Macht, Deborah Kara Unger, Dane Rhodes
Directed by: Shainee Gabel
Release Date: December 29, 2004
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Upon hearing of her mother’s death, jaded teenage loner Purslane Hominy Will returns to New Orleans for the first time in years, ready to reclaim her childhood home. Expecting to find her late mother’s house abandoned, Pursy is shocked to discover that it is inhabited by two of her mother’s friends: Bobby Long, a former literature professor, and his young protégé, Lawson Pines. These broken men, whose lives took a wrong turn years before, have been firmly rooted in the dilapidated house for years, encouraged only by Lawson’s faltering ambitions to write a novel about Bobby Long’s life. Having no intention of leaving, Pursy, Bobby Long and Lawson are all forced to live together. Yet as time passes, their tenuous, makeshift arrangement unearths a series of buried personal secrets that challenges their bonds, and reveals just how inextricably their lives are intertwined…


The Perfect Score (2003)

Scarlett as: Francesca Curtis
Other Cast: Chris Evans, Bryan Greenberg, Erika Christensen, Leonardo Nam
Directed by: Brian Robbins
Release Date: January 30, 2004
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Pop Quiz: How do you get a perfect score on the S.A.T. exam? For a group of stressed-out teens, there’s only one way…steal the answers. Six students try to break into the testing center and steal the answers to the S.A.T. The classmates are wildly different, but share a common goal–to prevent the standardized test from unfairly defining their lives. As they plot a hilarious heist that could make-or break-their futures, the students grow closer, never suspecting where they’ll ultimately find the real answers…within themselves.


Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003)

Scarlett as: Griet
Other Cast: Colin Firth, Tom Wilkinson, Cillian Murphy, Joanna Scanlan
Directed by: Peter Webber
Release Date: December 12, 2003
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Girl with a Pearl Earring unravels the mystery behind one of Dutch Master Johannes Vermeer’s greatest and most enigmatic paintings. Seventeen year-old Griet is forced by family tragedy to become a maid for the Vermeer family. As intimacy grows between master and servant, disruption and jealousy spread within the ordered household and beyond, fuelling a scandal which threatens to ruin them all.


Lost in Translation (2003)

Scarlett as: Charlotte
Other Cast: Bill Murray, Giovanni Ribisi, Anna Faris
Directed by: Peter Webber
Release Date: September 12, 2003
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Bob Harris and Charlotte are two Americans in Tokyo. Bob is a movie star in town to shoot a whiskey commercial, while Charlotte is a young woman tagging along with her workaholic photographer husband. Unable to sleep, Bob and Charlotte cross paths one night in the luxury hotel bar. This chance meeting soon becomes a surprising friendship. Charlotte and Bob venture through Tokyo, having often hilarious encounters with its citizens, and ultimately discover a new belief in life’s possibilities.


Eight Legged Freaks (2002)

Scarlett as: Ashley Parker
Other Cast: David Arquette, Kari Wuhrer, Scott Terra, Rick Overton
Directed by: Ellory Elkayem
Release Date: July 17, 2002
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As every fan of classic spine-tinglers knows, given the opportunity and the right chemical enhancement, arachnids will grow to humongous size and wreak havoc upon humanity. In Eight Legged Freaks the residents of a rural mining town discover that an unfortunate chemical spill has caused hundreds of little spiders to mutate into the size of SUVs.And they’re hungry. When the alarm is sounded, it is up to mining engineer Chris McCormick and Sheriff Sam Parker to mobilize an eclectic group of townspeople, including the Sheriff¹s young son, Mike, her daughter, Ashley, paranoid radio announcer Harlan Griffith and Deputy Pete Willis into battle against the bloodthirsty eight-legged beasts.


An American Rhapsody (2001)

Scarlett as: Suzanne
Other Cast: Nastassja Kinski, Tony Goldwyn
Directed by: Ellory Elkayem
Release Date: August 10, 2001
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Persecuted by an oppressive Communist government, a Hungarian couple makes a daring flight for freedom. The escape is successful, but comes at an unthinkable price – the couple’s baby girl, Suzanne, is left behind. Six years later, Suzanne is uprooted from the loving care of her Hungarian foster parents and reunited with her mother and father in California. She is awed by her new modern lifestyle and wonderful discoveries such as TV, boys and rock and roll. But as she grows, so do the questions about her mysterious past and heritage. Feeling lost and alienated, the teenaged Suzanne returns to Hungary, embarking on a personal search that reveals some shocking secrets…and the true meaning of family, freedom and home.


Ghost World (2001)

Scarlett as: Rebecca Doppelmeyer
Other Cast: Thora Birch, Steve Buscemi, Brad Renfro, Illeana Douglas
Directed by: Terry Zwigoff
Release Date: July 20, 2001
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Set in the summer after graduation, Enid and Rebecca are both outsiders in a world slowly being engulfed by fake 50’s diners and Starbucks. Enid must attend an art class to officially graduate high school as Rebecca gets a job. When the two play a mean joke on a much older, geeky record collector, Enid finds a fellow soul and begins to discover the complexities of becoming an adult in the modern world.


The Man Who Wasn’t There (2001)

Scarlett as: Birdy Abundas
Other Cast: Billy Bob Thornton, Frances McDormand, James Gandolfini
Directed by: Joel Coen and Ethan Coen
Release Date: November 2, 2001
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Set in a small 1949 California town, this is the story of a seemingly simple barber, who turns to blackmail and revenge to escape his achingly dull life. But in the tradition of classic noir, nothing goes as planned and nothing is as it seems. And as the barber’s plot unravels, the delicious surprises, stunning revelations and just plain strange occurrences will disturb and delight you long after the film has ended.