Fame did not come easy for Tommy Lee Jones. He appeared in a movie nearly every year from 1970 until 1993 and still that elusive thing called "stardom" escaped his grasp. It wasn't until he coolly uttered those famous words "I don't care" to a frantic Harrison Ford that his career skyrocketed to the level that his talent seemed to dictate. Since then he has been every moviemaker's first choice for those gruff but caring leading man roles. We salute his choices and honor his work in our Tribute to Tommy Lee Jones.
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Now in Theaters
Tommy Lee Jones costars with Ben Affleck and Kevin Costner in The Company Men, a timely movie about three family men trying to hold on to their jobs during a corporate downsizing.
Now on Television
Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel L. Jackson star in filmed version of the two-man play by Cormac McCarthy called The Sunset Limited. You can see it now on HBO.
In 2011, we'll see Tommy Lee Jones in Captain America: The First Avenger and in 2012, Agent Kay and Agent Jay will be back in Men in Black III.
Destination Hollywood Suggests this Tribute dedicated to two Tommy Lee Jones movies ...