Jeff Bridges
  • Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

    Actor Jeff Bridges takes a self-portrait while hair stylist Nina Paskowitz shaves his head to prepare him for his role as Obadiah Stane in "Iron Man."<p> Bridges started taking pictures on the sets of his movies years ago with a Widelux panning still camera. <p> He says he first came in contact with the camera during a high school class picture. But it was his wife, Susan Bridges, who surprised him with the Widelux camera as a wedding gift. He hasn't stopped snapping since.
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  • Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

    Billionaire-turned-superhero Tony Stark's legendary armor has been re-created from the Marvel Comics magazine for "Iron Man." <p> "Iron Man" was directed by Jon Favreau and stars Robert Downey Jr., Jeff Bridges, Gwyneth Paltrow and Terrence Howard.
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  • Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

    Robert Downey Jr. readies for a scene in "Iron Man." He stars as the billionaire industrialist hero Tony Stark, who is Iron Man's alter ego. <p> Director Jon Favreau and other cast members compared casting Downey in "Iron Man" to casting Orlando Bloom in "Pirates of the Caribbean," saying that he "took the film to the next level."
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  • Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

    Julianne Moore rehearses her dance for The Dude's dream sequence on the set of the 1998 hit comedy "The Big Lebowski." <p> Jeff Bridges, who took the photograph, is probably still best known for his portrayal of the White Russian-drinking, Hawaiian shirt-wearing, pot-smoking Dude in the film, which was directed by Ethan and Joel Coen.
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  • Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

    Jeff with his older brother, Beau Bridges, on the set of "The Fabulous Baker Boys," from 1989.<p> The real-life brothers star as a piano act playing in small Seattle clubs. Their rock-solid relationship gets shaken after they hire a singer, played by Michelle Pfeiffer, to spice up their act.
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  • Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

    Wild Bill's Dream from the 1995 film "Wild Bill." <p> Jeff Bridges starred opposite Ellen Barkin as Wild Bill Hickok, the famed Old West lawman.
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  • Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

    Jeff Bridges appeared with his famous father, Lloyd Bridges, in the 1994 thriller "Blown Away." <p> Bridges starred opposite Tommy Lee Jones as Jimmy Dove, an Irish bomb squad cop in Boston. <p> He says that his father's passion for making movies was "contagious" and inspired his own career.
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  • Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

    Jeff Bridges catches rock legend Bob Dylan on set of the 2003 film "Masked and Anonymous." <p> Bridges also appeared in the film, co-written by Larry Charles, of his eponymous HBO show.
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  • Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

    Barbra Streisand on the set of the 1996 film "The Mirror Has Two Faces," which she also directed and produced. <p> Jeff Bridges co-starred in the film as a Columbia University mathematics professor who falls in love with Barbara's character.
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  • Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

    John Turturro appeared in the 1993 film "Fearless," directed by Peter Weir, in which Jeff Bridges stars as Max Klein. The film was a big-screen adaption by writer Rafael Yglesias of his novel of the same name. <p> Rosie Perez also appeared in the film and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role.
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  • Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

    Michelle Pfeiffer, standing in the spotlight on the piano, was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in the 1989 film "The Fabulous Baker Boys."<p> She co-starred in the movie alongside real-life brothers Jeff and Beau Bridges, playing the love interest of Jeff's character who drives the brothers apart.
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  • Jeff Bridges: Behind the Scenes

    Jeff Bridges took this picture during the filming of his bowling dream in "The Big Lebowski."<p> Ten years after the film was released, Bridges says fans regularly ask him to recite some of his classic lines and still call him "The Dude."<p> Bridges says "The Big Lebowski" is still one of his favorite movies and that he loved working with the Coen brothers, who this year won a Best Picture Oscar for "No Country for Old Men."
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