Larry David, of television's Curb Your Enthusiasm, stars as Boris, a misanthropic, hypochondriac retired physicist who spends most of his days complaining to friends in a coffee shop. But when he meets a beautiful young woman (Evan Rachel Wood) with nowhere to go, he takes her in. Charmed by her openness, he falls in love with her. When her Southern parents (Patricia Clarkson and Ed Begley Jr.) come looking for her, they are appalled to find her in a relationship with a man 40 years her senior. But Boris won't let them get in the way. Directed by Woody Allen. With Willa Cuthrell-Tuttleman and Adam Brooks. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 2009.
Evan Rachel Wood in Whatever Works
Randy "The Ram" Robinson (Mickey Rourke) is a former champion professional wrester whose glory days have passed him by. When the opportunity for a rematch with his former arch rival comes along, Randy begins to hope that the bout will be his ticket back into the big time. But, after suffering a heart attack, Randy is forced to reexamine his life and makes an effort to reconnect with his estranged daughter (Evan Rachel Wood) and admit his true feelings to an emotionally unavailable stripper (Marisa Tomei). Directed by Darren Aronofsky. With Mark Margolis and Judah Friedlander. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Sports. Year: 2008.
Evan Rachel Wood in The Wrestler
Jude (Jim Sturgess), a dock worker from Liverpool, and Lucy (Evan Rachel Wood), a sheltered American girl, struggle to hold onto their love during the turbulent times of the Vietnam War era. While Lucy's brother, Max (Joe Anderson), is shipped off to the frontlines, Lucy and Jude try to make sense of their lives and relationship through the songs of the Beatles. Directed by Julie Taymor. With Dana Fuchs, Martin Luther, T.V. Carpio and Bono. Categories: Musical, Drama, Romance. Year: 2007.
Evan Rachel Wood in Across the Universe
Michael Douglas gives a haunting performance as a mentally ill father whose daughter cares for him with almost fanatical devotion. Evan Rachel Wood plays the daughter, who doesn't want to see her father hospitalized but who has a hard time coping with his instability. The two find common ground and achieve a measure of peace when they use their imagination together. Directed by Mike Cahill. With Willis Burks II. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2007.
Evan Rachel Wood in King of California
On the 15th anniversary of a violent school shooting, Diana (Uma Thurman), a suburban wife and mother, begins to question her seemingly happy life. As she remembers the events days leading up to the tragedy, Diana is reminded of of her best friend Maureen (Eva Amurri) and the strain that their relationship had been under before she was killed. The more memories that come to the surface, the more Diana begins to unravel, realizing that there are mysterious circumstances that she has yet to face. Directed by Vadim Perelman. With Evan Rachel Wood, Brett Cullen and Gabrielle Brennan. Categories: Drama, Thriller, Based on a Novel. Year: 2007.
Evan Rachel Wood in The Life Before Her Eyes
To say Augusten Burroughs (Joseph Cross) has had an unusual upbring is quite the understatement. With an alcoholic father (Alec Baldwin) and a mentally unstable mother (Annette Bening), Augusten spends most of his time polishing his allowance and trying to stay home from school. But, after his mother goes through a significant breakdown, the boy finds himself living with her eccentric psychologist (Brian Cox) and his family. Despite their odd behavior, Augusten eventually begins to fit in with his hosts and is able to find optimism and humor amongst the distrurbing details of his life. Directed by Ryan Murphy. With Joseph Fiennes, Evan Rachel Wood, Gwyneth Paltrow and Gabrielle Union. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 2006.
Evan Rachel Wood in Running with Scissors
Harlan (Edward Norton), a drifter who's convinced himself that he's a cowboy, makes a connection with Tobe (Evan Rachel Wood), a rebellious teenage girl who is growing up fast in the San Fernando Valley. When her father (David Morse) objects to the relationship, Tobe acts out and Harlan makes plans to take her away from her unhappy home life. Directed by David Jacobson. With Rory Culkin and Bruce Dern. Categories: Drama, Romance. Year: 2005.
Evan Rachel Wood in Down in the Valley
Kimberly Joyce (Evan Rachel Wood) is a sexy and manipulative Beverly Hills teenager who will stop at nothing to become famous. To achieve her goal, Kimberly accuses her drama teacher, Mr. Anderson (Ron Livingston), of sexual harassment. Directed by Marcos Siega. With Jane Krakowski, James Woods, Selma Blair and Jaime King. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 2005.
Evan Rachel Wood in Pretty Persuasion
Tracy (Evan Rachel Wood) is a brainy 13-year-old who just wants to fit in and be popular. She desperately wants to be friends with Evie (Nikki Reed), the most popular girl at school, but becoming Evie's friend means Tracy has to become involved with sex and drugs. Finally, Tracy's concerned mother (Holly Hunter) steps in to try to help her daughter. Directed by Catherine Hardwicke. With D.W. Moffett and Brady Corbet. Categories: Crime, Drama, Romance. Year: 2003.
Evan Rachel Wood in Thirteen