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IMDB's Most Popular Actor, Movie and TV Series of Last Decade

Posted: January 26th, 2012 by WorstPreviews.com Staff
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As part of its 10th anniversary, IMDB compiled information over the last ten years to see which actors, movies and TV shows are the most viewed on the website.

Johnny Depp turned out to be the most popular, while "The Dark Knight" was the most-viewed film of the last ten years. "Lost" was the most popular TV show and "The Dark Knight Rises" is the most anticipated.

Check out the full lists below and let us know if you disagree with anything.

Top Stars of the Last 10 Years:
1. Johnny Depp
2. Brad Pitt
3. Angelina Jolie
4. Tom Cruise
5. Natalie Portman
6. Christian Bale
7. Scarlett Johansson
8. Jennifer Aniston
9. Keira Knightley
10. Emma Watson

Top Films of the Last 10 Years:
1. The Dark Knight
2. Donnie Darko
3. Pulp Fiction
4. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
5. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
6. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
7. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
8. Twilight
9. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
10. The Godfather

Top TV Series of the Last 10 Years:
1. Lost
2. House M.D.
3. Grey's Anatomy
4. Heroes
5. How I Met Your Mother
6. 24
7. Glee
8. True Blood
9. Dexter
10. Gossip Girl

Top Most Anticipated In-Production Movies:
1. The Dark Knight Rises
2. Men in Black III
3. The Dictator
4. G.I. Joe: Retaliation
5. The Expendables 2
6. Battleship
7. The Avengers
8. Rock of Ages
9. The Hunger Games
10. Prometheus

Source: IMDB, Deadline


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adamXmarshall writes:
on January 25th, 2012 at 10:18:02 PM

ANNA NICOLE SMITH NOT IN TOP 10??? #shocked
would i be in top ten worstpreviews accounts?? just wondering!
Quidd writes:
on January 25th, 2012 at 10:41:24 PM

Still hearing about The Dark Knight. When will it end. Its just like Tim Tebow. As in overrated and over-talked.
boogiel writes:
on January 25th, 2012 at 10:48:09 PM

WTF. What a bullcrap list. Seriously, twilight?? Who's the retard that create that list?
Donyae 420 writes:
on January 25th, 2012 at 10:49:33 PM

Past 10 yrs godfather & pulp fiction are on this list,yall know what 420 stands for but f*ck.... I havent lost all my memory YET!!
secondbest writes:
on January 25th, 2012 at 10:50:34 PM

The G.I. Joe sequel is anticipated? Really?
BadChadB33 writes:
on January 25th, 2012 at 10:54:06 PM

Where do these crack lists keep coming from?
Rambo writes:
on January 25th, 2012 at 11:38:09 PM

'Lost' was such a great show until the writers f*cked it all up in the last season.
bandolero999 writes:
on January 25th, 2012 at 11:44:30 PM

What no Don the Dragon Wilson or Michael Dudukoff?

I wished Once Upon a time in America was #10 for gangster movie,but at least is not Scarface
Damon242 writes:
on January 25th, 2012 at 11:57:38 PM

@Quidd

Who's Tim Tebow?
Damon242 writes:
on January 25th, 2012 at 11:58:40 PM

@Rambo

How did the writers of 'LOST' "[f*ck] it all up in the last season"?

The5thBeatle5 writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 12:09:40 AM

I'm surprised the newest Star Wars trilogy wasn't on the list. Especially "Revenge of the Sith"
DaveThePhotoGuy writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 12:12:42 AM

House MD?
Grey's Anatomy?
How I met your Mother?
Glee?
Gossip Girl?

People on IMDB must be tweens or lonely housewives.
telur writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 1:54:53 AM

no bridesmaid 2?
mpiper821 writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 2:50:31 AM

BATTLESHIP!!!!! how the f*ck is this on most-anticipated list?


Most anticipated to Bomb!!
GreenLensman writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 3:28:22 AM

horse c*m...lists like this shouldn't exist... that film list is a shame..a damn shame, its obvious who the majority are, what about the rest of us, do we know too much or something?
The First Rule writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 4:16:16 AM

LOL @ The Wire not being in top 10 TV Shows. Flawed List
Rambo writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 5:07:44 AM

@Damon242

the story about the 'heart of the island' was dumb.There were many things left unxplained(ex.who the f*ck were 'the others')and the season finale was depressing and flat leaving out the sense of mystery and excitement that were in the previous season finales...
Scott Baiowulf writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 5:59:38 AM

Pulp fiction and Godfather are older than 10 years.
trailertrash writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 6:28:31 AM

7. Scarlett Johansson
8. Jennifer Aniston
9. Keira Knightley
10. Emma Watson

Yeah sorry thats all me .....
j-man writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 7:24:29 AM

@dave

You got that right,
Ronsauce writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 7:58:22 AM

Goddamn, a bunch of you really didn't read what the list is even about. If you had, you wouldn't be surprised that Twilight is on there or that Pulp Fiction and The Godfather are despite being older than ten years.
zyban03 writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 9:26:13 AM

Really surprised I didn't see Avatar on this list.
Ranger writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 9:32:28 AM

Brad and Angie in #2 and 3 spots.

Aniston c*ms in at #8.

I wonder who she'll f*ck this week to shore up her insecurity about always c*mming behind Angie?
trailertrash writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 9:39:16 AM

I'll Be There For That ..... (sung in theme of FRIENDS)
blinkbomber writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 9:46:55 AM

TDK and LOST's last season were awesome.
encoreyourface writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 10:24:43 AM

where the f*ck is mad men?
Ranger writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 10:34:16 AM

Battleship beat out The Avengers?

lol... whatever.
Ranger writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 10:34:59 AM

Wait... actually I can believe that. The Avengers we all know pretty much about it, whereas Battleship is a wildcard B-movie, so people are more curious.
nawtnt writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 10:38:26 AM

I agree with The Dark Knight Rises being the top movie of the 10 years.

Also it being the most anticapited in production movies.

Here's my list:
The Dark Knight Rises
The Expendables 2
The Avengers
G.I. Joe: Retaliation

But the top series of the last 10 years should be Lost, I watched all of the seasons of that show and I feel the ending of the last epsodie was a middle finger towards the public as a message from the writers.

The ending really made me angry and also my brothers.

I am not going to spoil it.

Also I thought the first season of Heroes was the best one ever.

I wished it was a movie instead of a tv series now that it is cancelled.

I just want to thank IMDB and Worst Previews for sharing movie news and information towards the internet users.

Thank you, keep up for the good work.


cress writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 10:42:50 AM

The last season of LOST was made pointless by the terrible series finale. If I knew they were going to do that, I would have stopped watching at the end of season 5. The writers essentially said to the fans "You want answers? Well, f*ck you!"
nawtnt writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 10:54:24 AM

Nice on, Cress.
Damon242 writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 5:33:13 PM

@Rambo

"the story about the 'heart of the island' was dumb"

That's pretty subjective, you realize.

"There were many things left unxplained(ex.who the f*ck were 'the others')"

Only minor things (excluding Walt) were left unanswered. And who the Others were was answered - just wasn't a very exciting answer, or as direct as probably expected.

"and the season finale was depressing and flat leaving out the sense of mystery and excitement that were in the previous season finales"

well, you can't really expect mystery with a series finale - it's supposed to be about resolution. I, for one, found the finale to be incredibly exciting - and for once the action didn't feel so...Tv-ish. So I guess that's subjective as well.

Oh well, opinions are opinions in the end.


Damon242 writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 5:34:16 PM

lol everyone, you're forgetting something -


people are clicking on these pages just to find out whether or not these films are actually real (eg. Battleship).
Damon242 writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 5:36:58 PM

@cress

"The last season of LOST was made pointless by the terrible series finale"

How was it "terrible"?

"The writers essentially said to the fans "You want answers? Well, f*ck you!" "

What did you want answered so badly? They checked off a hell of a lot of questions, leaving behind only a few irritating ones like Walt and the freight drop (until the epilogue answered it). Everything of significance and with weight on the plot (minus Walt, again) was answered.
minkowski writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 7:01:25 PM

Somwhere, Neil Postman is laughing himself stupid.
kmurg writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 9:26:06 PM

That's bullsh*t! Breaking Bad needs to be on that list. Best written show in a long time.
Jarmiez writes:
on January 26th, 2012 at 11:50:34 PM

r u serious the dark kinght talk about beating a dead heath. so sick of that movie
cress writes:
on January 27th, 2012 at 9:30:04 AM

@Damon242... All of the off island parts of the last season was pointless when it wad revealed as a purgatory construct. All of the investment in the off-island storyline was pointless as a viewer. It was a waste of time and EXTREMELY UNSATISFYING. Nothing was answered about the island. The four-toed statue? The Egyptian connection? Jacobs house? Or the cave? The smoke monster was never really answered. How is Jacob able to leave the island? The lighthouse >>>>introduced, never explained the how or why. The birth of children being f*cked-up on the island(that's why Julia was brought to the island). In 2008, when ABC announced that LOST would end in 2010, Lindeloff and Vise said they were glad that they had two seasons to wrap up the show and start answering questions. Well, they f*cking failed at that big time.
cress writes:
on January 27th, 2012 at 9:33:06 AM

Lindeloff and Cuse
Damon242 writes:
on January 28th, 2012 at 12:02:01 AM

@cress

"All of the off island parts of the last season was pointless when it wad revealed as a purgatory construct"

It was for character purposes only and thankfully not plot. It's equally thankful that one can watch the island storyline and not pay attention to the flash-sideways storyline as they are independent from one, another. Whether satisfying or not will depend on the individual.

"Nothing was answered about the island..."

Not "nothing", but not everything.

"The four-toed statue? The Egyptian connection?"

Connected with each other. You learned that many had been brought to the island - answer #1. Many with a purpose - answer #2. You notice in 'Across the Sea' the specific shot of Claudia stumbling across the beach reveals that the Egyptian statue was not built at the time - and neither do any other structures exist - answer #3. There is enough evidence presented in 'Across the Sea' and 'The End' to argue that the Egyptians were brought to the island in order to construct the well seen in the series finale.

Beyond that, the Egyptians themselves have no bearing on the plot.

"Jacobs house?"

Clearly a writing mistake. It's unreasonable to expect that six years of television was planned out, and this here is a clear example of an original idea being changed.

Their attempt at covering this issue up (Ben's dialogue in 'The Incident') wasn't all that satisfactory, or effective. Clearly the writers thought otherwise.

"Or the cave?"

What about the cave? It's a cave with names and numbers (relevant to the lighthouse coordinates). Can't really see what mystery exists there.

"The smoke monster was never really answered"

Directly, no. But enough material was provided for the audience to draw their own conclusions, and that's hardly cheating when you consider the genre.

"How is Jacob able to leave the island?"

By the same means any other would, I'd imagine.

"The lighthouse >>>>introduced, never explained the how or why"

Convenient plot device, true. While not entirely necessary to resolve, it would have been nice.

"The birth of children being f*cked-up on the island(that's why Julia was brought to the island)"

Answered - both directly and with interpretation (and it's 'Juliet' btw). It is highlighted in 'Namaste' that the issue with child-birth did not exist in the 1970's - Ethan being the last child successfully born on the island, prior to Aaron. What occurs in the 1970's is the "incident". The incident being responsible was the general interpretation until the post-series epilogue, which confirmed it.

"In 2008, when ABC announced that LOST would end in 2010, Lindeloff and Vise said they were glad that they had two seasons to wrap up the show and start answering questions. Well, they f*cking failed at that big time."

The rule of any mystery narrative is to unfurl the mystery in order to understand the plot. LOST successfully did this. Anything left remaining, aside from out-of-show issues (incl. Walt and Eko) and sloppy writing changes (eg. the cabin), have little to no bearing on the plot.

Once the audience can understand that the show is not perfect and had been showing small inconsistencies from within the very first season, they can deal with the fact that not everything would be resolved.

One need only ask themselves two things;

#1) Did you understand what was going on?

#2) Did you feel that the main plot was resolved?

That is a writer's duty to have the above two questions successfully resolved.
minkowski writes:
on February 13th, 2012 at 12:41:37 PM

"The rule of any mystery narrative is to unfurl the mystery in order to understand the plot."

No sh*t, huh? I guess that's why it's called a mystery, right?

*sigh*

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