- n. Plural form of cameo.
“I wish they will manage to write the good script and to give us our favorite characters back - not just in cameos but in full-fledged roles.”
“Crowe again utilized Soundgarden's talents years later in "Singles," which saw cameos from the band and other grunge acts, including Alice in Chains and Pearl Jam.”
“Franco and Hamm turn in decent performances and there are some nice cameos from the likes of Jeff Daniels and Mary Louise Parker, but the real star of the show is Ginsberg's poem, given new life by Monk Studios 'dazzling animation.”
“Dennis McLellan: "As testament to Altman's reputation as an actor's director, more than 60 celebrities, including Jack Lemmon, Bruce Willis, Cher, Lily Tomlin, Burt Reynolds, and Anjelica Huston agreed to work for scale playing themselves in cameos in The Player.”
“Now, several members of that troupe have written (Michæl Showalter and David Wain), directed (Wain), and/or starred (Showalter, Michæl Ian Black, Joe Lo Truglio, Ken Marino, and in cameos Kerri Kenney and Wain) in “Wet Hot American Summer.””
“One of my favorite cameos is Hunter S. Thompson lighting up blitzed-out-his-carcass Hunter S. Thompson in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.”
“Zatanna’s popped up in cameos and Dr. Fate has been mentioned a couple of times, but it seems like they should start having more active roles.”
““I think that he has tremendous respect for Rampage, and there’s always a way to make these things work,” said Carnahan, who also confirmed that original “A-Team” members Dirk Benedict and Dwight Schultz will appear in cameos separate from each other.”
“SNL has a trend of welcoming cameos from the hosts’ significant others.”
“I’ve been curious about this for at least twenty years now, mostly because it contains cameos from a bevy of “old school” movie stars (many of whom made their ignominious final bows here).”
Looking for tweets for cameos.