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  • v. Present participle of co-star.


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  • Others know him from his co-starring roles on such TV shows as Men of a Certain Age and The Shield.

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  • 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".

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  • Jackson Rathbone is co-starring in The Last Airbender that opens just days after Eclipse this summer.

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  • 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).

    Jonathan Kim: ReThink Review: 50/50 -- Seth Rogen Grows Up (Sort of) for Cancer Comedy

  • 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.

    Deneuve, Tart Humor Elevate 'Potiche'

  • 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.

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  • 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.

    Dream Smasher

  • 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.

    Actress Heated Up the Silver Screen

  • 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).

    Actress Heated Up the Silver Screen

  • 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.

    Euan Morton both frisky and pensive at Signature


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