The daughter of Emilio Diaz, a second-generation Cuban-American oil company foreman, and his wife Billie, who is of Native American, Italian, and German descent, Diaz began modeling when she was 16 years old.Her successful modeling career took her to Japan, Australia, Morocco and Paris, among other locales, and landed her in such magazines as , starring rubber-faced comic Jim Carrey.With no previous acting experience, she had originally auditioned for a supporting character in the film.Twelve callbacks later, however, she was hired to play torch-singing mob moll Tina Carlyle, the female lead.Keener will play Brolin’s boss, trying to navigate the gray area that Gillick and Graver live in as the tale turns to what else is being smuggled across the border between Mexico and the U. in the tunnels used to move drugs and illegal immigrants.Those tunnels also can be used to bring terrorists into the U. Later that year, she turned in a brazen performance as the glamorous, hard-nosed new owner of a professional football team in Oliver Stone's (2000), which aired on Showtime cable television in 2001 and co-starred Glenn Close, Holly Hunter and Calista Flockhart—as well as more mainstream projects.In the fall of 2000, she starred alongside Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu as one of the three female detectives at the heart of the hit big-screen remake of Aaron Spelling's campy 1970s television show, .
-like protagonist played by Benicio Del Toro, and Josh Brolin’s CIA agent Matt Graver, who in the first film established themselves as hellbent on hunting down cartel kingpins, no matter what.Stephens , Genevieve Valentine , Ignatiy Vishnevetsky , and Nick Wanserski Clockwise from left: Wet Hot American Summer’s Beth, Derek Zoolander, Bridesmaids’ Annie , Kung Fu Hustle’s Chow, The Grand Budapest Hotel’s Zero, Josie And The Pussycats’ Josie, and O Brother, Where Art Thou’s Everett (Illustration: Nick Wanserski)Clockwise from left: Wet Hot American Summer’s Beth, Derek Zoolander, Bridesmaids’ Annie , Kung Fu Hustle’s Chow, The Grand Budapest Hotel’s Zero, Josie And The Pussycats’ Josie, and O Brother, Where Art Thou’s Everett (Illustration: Nick Wanserski) Sixteen years in, our new millennium looks like a banner age for big-screen comedy, as eclectic as any that came before it.This is when Will Ferrell transformed the multiplex into a deliriously Dadaist screaming match; when Edgar Wright and David Wain perfected the art of the spoof, even as the Epic Movie crowd worked to destroy it; when the mockumentary came of age, with a big push from a Spinal Tap alum; and when comedians like Tina Fey and Melissa Mc Carthy crashed the boys’ club of mainstream comedy, the latter with an assist from Paul Feig, whose Ghostbusters reboot finally hits theaters this Friday. Club decided to count down its favorite comedies since the turn of the century, polling a couple dozen of our staffers and contributors, some ground rules had to be established.Comedy is subjective, and what makes one person chuckle may leave another stone-faced.Pure laugh count is an unreliable barometer of whether a comedy—a very flexible genre, as evidenced by the sheer variety of movies listed below—is worth your time. Make the joke on us and correct our oversights in the comments below.A similarly valued Bel-Air home was also for sale, as well as his million Rhode Island residence.Cage`s tax troubles also forced him to sell Southern Nevada estate in 2009.It is stated that Cage owes the IRS over .6 million and million to East West Bank for a loan already extended.In order to pay his debts, Cage was even forced to sell his Action Comics in an auction for .16 million.After the success of , Diaz was touted as the next big thing in Hollywood and wooed by a number of prominent filmmakers to appear in their projects.While training to star in the live-action movie version of the popular martial-arts video game , directed by Spike Jonze and costarring John Cusack, Catherine Keener and Malkovich.