Kate Bosworth has a filmography that spans various genres and roles. For fans who loved her performance in ‘Beyond the Sea,’ here are six must-watch movies that highlight her acting talent.
6. Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!
In this delightful romantic comedy, Kate Bosworth portrays Rosalee, an everyday girl from a small town. The plot revolves around her winning a date with a fictional movie star, Tad Hamilton, played by Josh Duhamel. ‘Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!‘ explores the juxtaposition of a simple life against the allure of fame.
5. Before I Wake
Directed by Mike Flanagan, ‘Before I Wake‘ is a horror movie thriller that tells the story of a couple adopting a boy after losing their biological child. Bosworth’s portrayal of Jessie, the bereaved mother, is a key element of the film. The movie flows through grief and supernatural elements and is a thrilling watch.
4. Superman Returns
This installment in the Superman series is Bosworth’s first venture in the superhero genre. Playing Lois Lane, she lives in a world where Superman has returned after a long absence. ‘Superman Returns‘ blends action with emotional depth while focusing on Lois’s life in the hero’s absence.
Set against the backdrop of the real-life Wonderland Murders of 1981, this crime drama directed by James Cox features Bosworth in an important role. She plays Dawn Schiller, the girlfriend of John Holmes. ‘Wonderland‘ uses a non-linear narrative to weave a compelling story around a notorious criminal case.
Inspired by the true story of the MIT Blackjack Team, ‘21‘ is a heist drama where Bosworth plays Jill Taylor. The film, directed by Robert Luketic, is a journey through the world of card counting and casino heists. It achieved box office success and offers a thrilling experience of strategic minds at work.
1. Still Alice
In ‘Still Alice,‘ Bosworth takes on a supporting role as one of the children of Julianne Moore’s character, Alice, who is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. The film is a portrayal of a family grappling with the challenges of the disease. Moore’s performance in the lead role earned her an Academy Award for Best Actress.