Jon Hamm. I thought after Mad Men and The Town he would be all set.
Aaron Eckhart. He gained mainstream recognition in "Thank You for Smoking" and "The Dark Knight", but not so much after that. He was still good in "Sully" though.
Pablo Schreiber. Loved him as Nick Sobotka in The Wire and pornstache in Orange is The New Black. He should get more work, I feel like he nails those "struggling middle-class working man" type of roles like no one else.
Never understood why Sheryl Lee didn't blow up after Fire Walk With Me.
Her performance is a STRONG 10/10
For me it's always going to be Clive Owen. Should have been Bond.
Dude's phenomenal in everything he's in and usually steals the show in scenes where he's just a side character (Black Hawk Down for example). He was also great in Hannah where he again was just the supporting character for the main heroine.
He should have been a bonafide action/character actor on the level of someone like a Christian Bale or maybe even a Leonardo DiCaprio by now. But it seems he always stars in movies that are *great movies* but not commercially successful, or just a supporting actor to better known (but probably worse acting) stars in bigger movies. Or that Spike Lee Hulk movie I guess.
I mean just look at [this one-take fight scene from Hannah](https://youtu.be/DZzcxcKPcrI?t=85
). Guy doesn't even need a stunt double or fast cuts to make up for the fact that he can't fake-fight for shit unlike most blockbuster action star these days.
Already pretty famous, but I expected Liev Schrieber to be on a Jason Stathom level by now, and Ben Foster to be leading more films.
His kills it in every film he's in.
I expected to see Mira Sorvino more, sounds like the seedy underworld of Hollywood got her blacklisted--too bad.
Also, John Leguizamo hasn't had as many starring roles as his talent certainly qualifies him for.
There's not a reason in the world why he shouldn't be a bigger star. He definitely has a pretty solid career with The Conjuring franchise (hoping for news of a 3rd one soon), Insidious, Watchmen, Fargo S2, Bone Tomahawk, and Aquaman coming soon... but he should be an A lister. Like it's a shame that he's in a throwaway movie like The Commuter right now and has like 4 minutes of screentime or whatever.
I'm surprised that Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill didn't have anywhere near the same amount of success after Star Wars that Harrison Ford did.