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20 Stars Who Weren't Even Born When Empire Started
As Empire celebrates our 20th birthday, we look back at the movie stars who have not only started their careers since our debut, but who weren't even born when our first issue hit the shelves. It's either depressing or inspring, we're not sure which...

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Emma Watson
You know her from: HP Alumnus, Ballet Shoes.
Why's she good? Having grown up on the big screen as struggling muggle-born Hermione Granger, Watson has shouldered immense pressure to come out smelling of roses. Now she has started to make a niche for herself outside of the franchise with a leaning towards costume dramas and a rumoured leading role in Napoleon and Betsey.
Will she have an adult career? Will she want one? Judging by her sickeningly good exam results and place at Cambridge, she may crave something a bit more challenging.
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Which of these stars do you think will go on to have a successful career for the next 20 years? Are there any other stars under 20 that you think are ones to watch? Register or login now to have your say.

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1 Daniel needs acting lessons
Posted on Thursday May 14, 2009, 09:10 by ivanahump
basically what it says in the title Read More

2
Posted on Tuesday May 12, 2009, 09:24 by fry1984
Im very surprised not to see Will Smith's son Jaden in this article, from what i have seen he has a very promising career ahead of him. He impressed me in The day the Earth stood still and i though he was amazing along side Daddy in Pursuit of Happyness. Read More

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Posted on Monday May 11, 2009, 11:49 by frankie
How old is the lad who plays Chekov in the new Star Trek. He's brilliant, I was very impressed. plus I see he's a young Kyle Reese in T4 too. Surely one to watch. Read More

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Posted on Sunday May 10, 2009, 09:19 by Jeenhp
Danniel radcliffee of course :) he is the best rupert grint,, OMG he is a good actor emma watson she is beutifull and a great actrees Freddie highmore I knew it! he should be here, and he is! :) i love him he is a really good actor good list ;) Read More

5
Posted on Sunday May 10, 2009, 01:32 by Roark17
Ronan is already miles beyond Fanning/Breslin/Robb at this point. I think shes more talented than anyone on that list. She's already one of the frontrunners in the Best Actress race this year...w/ her lead role in Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones...and has Winslets 2-time nomination record in her sights. Not to mention she has a big role in Peter Weir's first film in like 6 years. Read More

6 RE:
Posted on Sunday May 10, 2009, 00:54 by JoeyPottr
Dakota Fanning is quite talented and has proved it. I can't think of any others that match her. She's stolen scenes from Tom Cruise, Denzel Washington, Charlize Theron that's not the easiest thing to do Abigail Breslin is another talent, but not nearly as talented as Dakota, just an opinion. Read More

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Posted on Saturday May 9, 2009, 20:58 by Issue
hahah, you people write like you're journalists, not readers. Read More

8 Josh Hutcherson
Posted on Saturday May 9, 2009, 17:05 by chizmund
While I'm admittedly not familiar with his work, his resemblance to Chris O'Donnell is extremely unsettling! Read More

9 Will Poulter
Posted on Saturday May 9, 2009, 08:56 by friendlyfire
...was also excellent in Channel 4's surprisingly funny "School of Comedy", a terrible-idea-on-paper sketch show performed entirely by young 'uns. Read More

10
Posted on Saturday May 9, 2009, 08:38 by D.J
Good to see Josh Hutcherson present in the list, his performances in Little Manhattan and Bridge to Terabithia were utterly compelling. Annasophia Robb is a very talented young actress too. Read More

11 what about...?
Posted on Saturday May 9, 2009, 00:39 by Lemure
Juno Temple? And do another of these lists in ten years time to see how many are still going? Mark it in your diaries now! After all, I remember Empire picking out Dina Meyer as the next Sigourney Weaver...you never can tell. Read More

12
Posted on Saturday May 9, 2009, 00:08 by Amezzeray
well, as was previously mentioned Rupert Grint is indeed older than Empire. If you all love Abigail Breslin, watch the episode of NCIS she was in. She played a blind girl that was abducted (2x01 - See No Evil. My fav ep!!) And what about Georgia Groome? I reckon she has a bright future Read More

13 Another star under 20
Posted on Friday May 8, 2009, 20:46 by starpeach
Chloë Grace Moretz would also fit well on this list. She was featured in your "first look" column for the June issue as Hit Girl in the upcoming Matthew Vaughn directed comic book film KICK ASS. She has starred in many films at the young age of 12 including The Amityville Horror, Big Mommas House 2 , The Eye, and 2009 Sundance favorite and future summer hit 500 Days of Summer with Joseph Gordon Levitt and Zooey Deschanel. She is a terrific and very endearing young actress who seems to have staying power. Read More

14 RE: 20 Stars Under 20
Posted on Friday May 8, 2009, 16:07 by Planet Hollywood
Rupert Grint is nearly 21and was already born when Empire first came out, replace him with Elle Fanning (Dakota's sister) who already showed how good an actress she was in 'The Nines' and upcoming 'Phoebe in Wonderland', also was good in mini series The Lost Room, Babel where she played Brad & Cate's daughter and with them again as the younger Daisy in Curious Case of Benjamin Button.     Read More


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