- v. present participle of co-star.
“Others know him from his co-starring roles on such TV shows as Men of a Certain Age and The Shield.”
“You might know Moore from her co-starring role in the Oscar-nominated flick "The Kids Are All Right" she has also starred in films such as "A Single Man" and "An Ideal Husband".”
“Jackson Rathbone is co-starring in The Last Airbender that opens just days after Eclipse this summer.”
“But throw in the fact that 50/50 is an often hilarious comedy co-produced by and co-starring Seth Rogen (who worked with Reiser on Da Ali G Show while Reiser was undergoing treatment), and you have a very special, refreshingly personal movie that will make both men and women laugh (without being silly or gross) and cry (without being maudlin).”
“The most astonishing moment is when Babin opens a locket that's been pilfered from Suzanne and finds their photos in it—photos taken, perhaps, when the two actors were co-starring in "The Last Metro," and were gorgeous.”
“Turner Classic Movies recently did a night full of films starring the impenetrable George Raft, including this San Francisco-set drama co-starring Joan Bennett.”
“Executive produced by Steven Spielberg and co-starring Debra Messing, Anjelica Huston and Katharine McPhee , "Smash" follows two starlets in search of their big break.”
“Perhaps the highlight of Ms. Russell's career was co-starring with another bombshell, Marilyn Monroe, in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," Anita Loos's sly 1953 hit musical about a pair of showgirls on the prowl.”
“She made a string of movies including a pair of films noirs co-starring Robert Mitchum, one of the few leads who seemed to thrive on screen with her, "His Kind of Woman" (1951) and "Macao" (1952).”
“The singer-actor, Scotland-born but living stateside since his 2003 Broadway debut in "Taboo" playing Boy George and co-starring with Boy George, oddly, who played someone else, was defending his strange red plaid short sleeved shirt and blue tie getup.”
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