Robin Wright is back on the big screen this week as she teams up with Woody Harrelson for Rampart, which is directed by Oren Moverman.
To celebrate the release of the movie we take a look at some of the Robin Wright movies that should be in your collection.
- The Princess Bride
The Princess Bride shot Wright to stardom when it was released back in 1987.
The movie was directed by Rob Reiner and also starred Cary Elwes, Mandy Patinkin and Chris Sarandon.
Despite not being a huge box office hit the comedy adventure still remains somewhat of a classic as it reached a much wider audience when it was released on DVD.
The movie earnt Wright a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress nomination and kicked off her career.
- Forrest Gump
In 1994 she took on the role of Jenny as Winston Groom's novel Forrest Gump was adapted for the big screen.
This still remains Wright's most famous roles as she teamed up with Tom Hanks as the childhood friend of Gump.
Forrest Gump remains a powerful and emotional movie and the chemistry between Hanks & Wright really is a driving force throughout the film.
The movie was not only a box office smash but it was also s huge hit with the critics - it went on to be nominated for thirteen Oscars.
Wright was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her performance at the Golden Globes and the Screen Actor's Guild Awards.
- She's So Lovely
More award nominations came in 1997 for her central performance in She's So Lovely, which also starred Sean Penn & John Travolta.
The movie follows the relationship of a young married couple, played by Wright & Penn, the strains the relationship is put under by his strange behaviour.
The movie drew lots of attention on its release because it was the only movie to feature material by John Cassavetes, who had died eight years before - his son Nick was in the director's chair.
For her central performance Wright was nominated for Best Actress at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
- The Conspirator
The Conspirator saw Wright take on the role of Mary Surratt in the Robert Redford directed movie.
Based on the true story and dramatic real life trial of those accused of the assassination of US President Abraham Lincoln, audiences will be gripped by this fascinating and tragic period in American history.
This was a gripping performance from Wright as Surratt in what is a beautiful looking movie from Redford.
Last year she joined an all star cast of Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman in baseball movie Moneyball.
The biographical sports movie told the story of Billy Beane and his attempts to put together a baseball team.
Wright played Beane's ex-wife in the critically acclaimed movie which has been drowning in award nominations.
Moneyball is an engaging and intelligent movie with every member of the cast delivering a superb performance.
This week she is back as she teams up with Woody Harrelson for Rampart.
Veteran police officer Dave Brown (Woody Harrelson), dedicated to doing 'the people’s dirty work' and asserting his own code of justice, is the last of the renegade cops in the LAPD.
When he gets caught on tape beating a suspect, he finds himself in a personal and emotional downward spiral as he struggles to take care of his family, and fight for his own survival.
Rampart is released 24th February.
FemaleFirst Helen Earnshaw