Height: 1.83 m
Awards: Nominated for Golden Globe. Another 3 wins & 5 nomination
The Rum Diary (2011)
Battle: Los Angeles (2011)
Rabbit Hole (2010)
Love Happens (2009)
About a widower whose book about coping with loss turns him into a best-selling self-help guru. On a business trip to Seattle, he falls for a woman who attends one of his seminars, only to learn that he hasn\'t yet truly confronted his wife\'s passing.
The Dark Knight (2008)
About a 13-year-old arab-american girl (Summer Bishil), shipped from her Caucasian mother (Maria Bello) to her strict and at times physically abusive Lebanese father (Peter Macdissi). It details her sexual awakening, including not entirely consensual acts with a man next door that she baby-sits for (Aaron Eckhart), and a black boyfriend her age (Eugene Jones) who her father is opposed to because hes black. Almost nobody in this film is entirely good or bad lots of shading.
Meet Bill (2007)
No Reservations (2007)
Master chef Kate Armstrong (Catherine Zeta-Jones) lives her life like she runs her kitchen at a trendy Manhattan eatery?with a no-nonsense intensity that both captivates and intimidates everyone around her. Kate's perfectionist nature is put to the test when she "inherits" her nine-year-old niece Zoe (Abigail Breslin), while contending with a brash new sous-chef who joins her staff. High-spirited and freewheeling, Nick Palmer (Aaron Eckhart) couldn't be more different from Kate, yet the chemistry between them is undeniable. Rivalry becomes romance, but Kate will have to learn to express herself beyond the realm of her kitchen if she wants to connect with Zoe and find true happiness with Nick.
The Wicker Man (2006)
The Black Dahlia (2006)
The Black Dahlia is set in 1940s Los Angeles. Two cops, Bucky Bleichert (Josh Hartnett) and his partner, Lee Blanchard, investigate the death of Elizabeth Short, a young woman found brutally murdered. Bucky soon realizes that his girlfriend had ties to the deceased, and soon after that, he begins uncovering corruption and conspiracy within the police department.
Thank You for Smoking (2005)
The hero of Thank You for Smoking is Nick Naylor (Aaron Eckhart), chief spokesman for Big Tobacco, who makes his living defending the rights of smokers and cigarette makers in today's neo-puritanical culture. Confronted by health zealots out to ban tobacco and an opportunistic senator (William H. Macy) who wants to put poison labels on cigarette packs, Nick goes on a PR offensive, spinning away the dangers of cigarettes on TV talk shows and enlisting a Hollywood super-agent (Rob Lowe) to promote smoking in movies. Nick's newfound notoriety attracts the attention of both tobacco's head honcho (Robert Duvall) and an investigative reporter for an influential Washington daily (Katie Holmes). Nick says he is just doing what it takes to pay the mortgage, but he begins to think about how his work makes him look in the eyes of his young son Joey (Cameron Bright).