Meg Ryan never showed 'em, and then was counting on a surprise appearance of her mammies in In the Cut to uplift her sagging career.
Rebecca De Mornay has recorded significant success in her acting career.
She followed that breakout film with a supporting turn in 1983's Testament, but saw her stardom take a serious hit with the release of 1985's romantic baseball comedy The Slugger's Wife, though one could hardly blame the young actor for jumping aboard a film written by Neil Simon and directed by the legendary Hal Ashby.
Testimony of a potentially schizophrenic death row inmate may hold the key to the gruesome mystery at hand.
Our story has nothing to do with the first film.
Jack Nicholson has noted that she is the only actress that memorizes the script before getting onto a stage.