The 42-year-old actor was joined at the event by his co-stars Leven Rambin, Abigail Spencer, Jonny Weston, and Elisabeth Shue.and general misanthrope, the show enjoyed a pretty wide berth when it came to blending reality and fiction when it came to the entertainment industry.Celebrities like Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen, Mel Brooks, Rosie O’Donnell, and Jerry Seinfeld all played themselves — or versions of themselves — while actors like Elisabeth Shue, Gina Gerson, and Vivica A. It was an odd Hollywood that David operated in, which gave the comedy room to be as elastic as possible.
Born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware, Shue replaced Claudia Wells as Jennifer for parts II and III of the trilogy.
The scene from the very end of Back to the Future was re-filmed for Back to the Future Part II, with Shue performing the lines that Claudia Wells originally delivered.
However there are several noticeable differences between the two versions.
In addition to being 17-year-old Jennifer for most of the film, she spent hours in makeup to appear for a few seconds onscreen as 47-year-old Jennifer.
Love Hewitt is the latest Hollywood star to play a hooker with a heart of gold, thanks to her new massage parlor-with-benefits show “The Client List.” Ever since Julia Roberts played “V” in “Pretty Woman,” Hollywood has been obsessed with prostitutes …
and playing one is sometimes a surefire way to get award-winning praise!
Roberts, Elisabeth Shue, Charlize Theron, Mira Sorvio and the late Elizabeth Taylor were all either nominated for or won Oscars for playing call girls.
on Thursday (October 18) at the Pacific Theaters at the Grove in Los Angeles.
Shue's first major film role was as the girlfriend of a California teenager (Ralph Macchio) whose best friend was a wise old man (Pat Morita), in the 1984 hit The Karate Kid.
She received top billing as the star of the 1987 comedy Adventures in Babysitting (second billing went to her co-star, Maia Brewton, who had been Sally Baines in Back to the Future).
In 1988, she was Tom Cruise's girlfriend in the film Cocktail, before being cast as Jennifer for the two sequels to Back to the Future.