Over the past 10 years, we’ve seen some huge physical changes take place amongst the some of the biggest names in Hollywood. While some celebs manage to preserve their famously good looks, others have grown into them.From Chris Pratt’s weight loss transformation to Will Smith’s newly sprouted greys — not to mention some classic flashback fashion moments — we’ve headed back in time to dissect them all.Click through to gallery to see how your favourite stars have changed over the years.Let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA!
Henry Thomas has had a steady, flourishing acting career in Hollywood for three-and-a-half decades. “You’re always remembered for something great, and a lot of people regard E.T. as a great film,” Thomas said in one of the all-time great understatements in Yahoo Movies history (watch above). “I figured out that I could think of my childhood dog that had died, and I could bring myself to tears.” Thomas said about his teary audition for Spielberg that went viral when unearthed several years ago.
Drew Barrymore moved in some pretty rarified circles when she was a kid. It features Barrymore not only with E.T. himself, but also with the legendary record producer Quincy Jones, and his daughters Kidada and Rashida. Kidada is a famous fashion designer today, while Rashida has starred in movies like ‘The Social Network’, ‘The Muppets’ and is probably best-known for her role as Ann Perkins in ‘Parks and Recreation’.
Former Hollywood wildchild Drew Barrymore broke down on Howard Stern’s radio show, after describing how she was institutionalised at the age of 13. The 40-year-old star of movies like ‘Charlie’s Angels’ and 'Scream’ has been doing the rounds promoting her new book of essays 'Wildflower’. Prior to that, she’d been sent to live with reformed addict and rock star David Crosby for two months in the hope of curbing her behaviour.
This week, Hollywood lost one of its greatest creators of modern horror, Wes Craven, who passed away on Sunday at the age of 76. The opening scene of Scream — including the unexpected, gory death of the film’s biggest star— electrified audiences and critics, helping Scream to become one of the most talked-about and profitable films of 1996. Almost twenty years later, that brief scene of a teenage girl in peril is routinely discussed in film courses and referenced in other media – most recently, a tribute on MTV’s Scream television series. Here’s the inside story of how Scream’s iconic, nightmarish first scene came to be.