James Franco, Jonah Hill, Craig Robinson, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel and Danny McBride all try to survive the apocalypse together in this week's "This Is the End".
Jean Claude Van Damme in "JCVD". Jean Claude Van Damme's career had fallen practically to obscurity by 2008. But the '90s action star took advantage of his C-list status, starring as a forgotten action star struggling with his taxes and a custody battle with his ex-wife in "JCVD." Poor guy even loses roles to Steven Seagal.
Steve Carell in "Knocked Up": The Hollywood nice guy is berated by pregnant and moody E! producer Allison Scott (Katherine Heigl) in "Knocked Up." He tries to gracefully exit the hostile interview, but has a hard time escaping the wrath of Heigl's character.
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon in "The Trip": Coogan and Brydon have played themselves in a number of films, most memorably in their 2010 comedy "The Trip." They travel around Northern England tasting food, wine and working on their impressions of Michael Caine and Al Pacino. The duo will be making their way to Italy in the upcoming sequel.
Bob Barker in "Happy Gilmore": "The Price is Right" former host Bob Barker seems like everyone's favorite grandfather, until you get him on a golf course, as "Happy Gilmore" proved. Barker and Adam Sandler's character threw down and the octogenarian proved surprisingly spry as he knocked Sandler out.
Bill Murrary in "Zombieland": Bill Murray's time in "Zombieland" is tragically brief, but he provides possibly the funniest scenes in the film. His zombie makeup saves his life until a prank gone wrong gets him shot by Jesse Eisenberg's character.
Neil Patrick Harris in "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle": Three-time Tony host Neil Patrick Harris is a charming star of both stage and screen. His polar opposite role in the "Harold and Kumar" series brilliantly depicts him as a bad boy addicted to sex and drugs who causes trouble for the main characters.
Billy Zane in "Zoolander": Like Owen Wilson's character Hansel says, "Billy Zane is a cool guy." Zane appears in a pivotal scene of Ben Stiller's "Zoolander" as Stiller and Wilson do battle in a walk-off to prove which model is fiercer. Zane serves as Stiller's corner man/coach in the scene.
Joaquin Phoenix in "I'm Still Here": Joaquin Phoenix and Casey Affleck punked everyone with mockumentary "I'm Still Here." Many thought Phoenix was the latest case of a celebrity-gone-mental from his appearances on David Letterman and the Oscars. But the actor pulled a fast one and proved why he may be one of the best actors working today.
Chuck Norris in "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story": In typical Chuck Norris fashion, the legendary action star rushes to the rescue in "Dodgeball" as a judge in the climactic match between Vince Vaughn's Average Joes and Ben Stiller's Globo Gym.
John Malkovich in "Being John Malkovich": "Being John Malkovich" introduced the film world to the strange stylings of Charlie Kaufman and Spike Jonze. But it was Malkovich himself who really sold the film, playing a number of different incarnations of himself.