Cybill Shepherd starred in The Last Picture Show with Ellen Burstyn Ellen Burstyn starred in How To Make An American Quilt with Anne Bancroft Anne Bancroft starred in The Turning Point with Shirley Maclaine Shirley Maclaine starred in Rumour Has It with Kevin Costner
Post by genmaximus110 on Jul 31, 2006 8:17:10 GMT -5
No less than 3? What kind of rule is that? The quicker you can connect someone, the better. 6 Degrees came about that you can connect most people through movies by no more than 6 steps. There's usually no rule that you have to have at least 3. It's a movie buff game. You can't blame someone who just seen a lot of movies.
Bruce Willis and Kevin Bacon:
Bruce Willis and Meryl Streep (Death Becomes Her) Meryl Streep and Kevin Bacon (The River Wild)
or the really really roundabout way, since...
Bruce Willis and Alec Baldwin (Mercury Rising) Alec Baldwin and Susan Sarandon (Elizabethtown) Susan Sarandon and Goldie Hawn (The Bangor Sisters) Goldie Hawn and Meryl Streep (Death Becomes Her) Meryl Streep and Kevin Bacon (The River Wild)
Sorry Genmaximus110. I didn't mean you to take offence.
Since I started this thread then I made up the rules. I have never played this game on any other forum so therefore had no idea how it may been played in the past.
Btw it doesn't have to be movies which link the people concerned. It can be TV or personal relationships - just so long as there is a legitimate link.
The reason I mad it a minimum of 3 steps is to stop people just pinching stuff from a previous post and not coming up with a new avenue of linking the 2 celebs. Also Mr Willis has been so prolific I wanted people to be as creative as possible when it came to making the connections.
I would never blame anyone for seeing a lot of movies! I would consider seeing a lot of movies as a valuable use of time!!!
Now Cybill Shepherd to Christina Ricci: Cybill Shepherd made The Last Picture Show directed by Peter Bogdanovich Peter Bogdanovich directed Mask which starred Cher Cher starred in Mermaids with Christina Ricci
Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt were in Oceans Twelve Brad Pitt and Vince Vaughn were in Mr. and Mrs. Smith Vince Vaughn and Jane Seymour were in The Wedding Crashers Jane Seymour and Christopher Reeve were in Somewhere in Time
Let's try Cybill Shepherd and Dolly Parton.
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Sorry Di - I am not replying with a link between Cybill and JEJ but I thought Ricky Gervais was pretty well known in America. He's the fellow behind The Office (the English version of course, which has now been re-done in America with Steve Carrell).