Young Hollywood Hit Lists – 1996
“A treasure trove of top tens to help you make your way through the booby-trapped jungle of Tinseltown’s younger stars, comers and soon-to-be-goners.”
I had a lot of fun revisiting predictions made by Movieline magazine in their 1991 Young Hollywood issue. So naturally, I went back for more. The format of the magazine changed every year. Future issues didn’t include the same “Who’s Who”-style article I covered last time. But, the 1996 issue included some fun top ten lists.
Here are some of my favorites along with some modern-day commentary of my own.
What follows are some Top Ten Lists published by Movieline Magazine in 1996. The theme was Young Hollywood which Movieline defined as being “under 30″. So everyone included in the lists was under 30 in 1996.
Along with the original list, I’ll be adding my own commentary. Obviously, I have the benefit of hindsight on my side.
Everyone got the idea? Okay, here’s the lists. Feel free to skip around:
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