Displaying astonishing versatility with a wide range of films, JAMES MARSDEN
has quickly carved out a distinctive place in Hollywood.
Marsden will next be seen in Kevin Lima's Enchanted, opposite Susan Sarandon, Amy Adams, Idina Menzel and Patrick Dempsey for Disney. Enchanted is a romantic fable, mixing live action with CGI animation set to open November 21, 2007.
Marsden is currently in production on 27 Dresses, a romantic comedy for Fox 2000 and Spyglass Entertainment. The film centers on a young woman, played by Katherine Heigl, who always ends up as a bridesmaid, but never the bride. Marsden plays the lucky man who will change her bridesmaid status for good. Fox is set to release the film in January or February 2008.
Marsden was most recently seen in Superman Returns for director Bryan Singer. Following a mysterious absence of several years, the Man of Steel comes back to Earth in the epic action-adventure. Marsden stars as 'Richard White,' a relation to Daily Planet editor Perry White and a new rival for the affections of 'Lois Lane.' Kevin Spacey, Kate Bosworth, Brandon Routh and Frank Langella also starred.
Marsden also recently starred in X-Men: The Last Stand, directed by Brett Ratner. Marsden reprised his role as 'Scott Summers/Cyclops' in 20th Century Fox's hugely successful franchise based on the Marvel comic book series.
Also due for release is the independent filmThe Alibi. The film tells the story of 'Ray Elliott' (Steve Coogan) who runs a successful business providing alibis for men and women who cheat on their spouses. Marsden plays 'Wendall Hatch,' a man who murders his girlfriend while on a clandestine weekend get-away. Selma Blair, John Leguizamo and Rebecca Romijn also star.
Recent films also include the Nick Cassavetes romantic drama "The Notebook" with Rachel McAdams, James Garner, Gena Rowlands, Joan Allen, and Ryan Gosling, Merchant Ivory's "Heights" with Glenn Close and Elizabeth Banks, and the blockbusters "X-Men" and "X2" with Patrick Stewart, Rebecca Romijn, Halle Berry, Famke Janssen, Anna Paquin and Ian McKellen.
Additional film credits include the MGM thriller Disturbing Behavior with Katie Holmes and Nick Stahl; 10th and Wolf; Davis Guggenheim's Gossip, a Warner Bros. drama opposite Kate Hudson; Tony Piccirillo's 24th Day; New Line's comedy Sugar and Spice with Mena Suvari and Marley Shelton for director Francine McDougall; Interstate 60 with Gary Oldman, Chris Cooper, Ann Margaret, Amy Smart and Christopher Lloyd. His notable television roles include 'Glen Floy' on the final season of the Emmy winning, David E. Kelley series "Ally McBeal."
Marsden currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.
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