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He Was Everywhere In The Early 2000s, But Where Did Josh Hartnett Go?

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It seemed like Josh Hartnett was in every movie in the early 2000s, but now it's hard remember the last movie you saw him in.

Touchstone Pictures

Where did he go?

You probably remember him from the movie Pearl Harbor, where he played Captain Danny Walker, or Back Hawk Down as the character Eversmann. He has been in a lot of very successful movies, and was one of the biggest heartthrobs of the early 2000s.


Seriously, his IMDB page is just a big reminder of all the great things he's done.

One of his first big movies was The Virgin Suicides

American Zoetrope

Very shortly after he was in Pearl Harbor and Black Hawn Down which were both HUGE movies

Touchstone Pictures
Revolution Studios

Did he have some flops? Of course he did. 40 Days and 40 Nights wasn't great, neither was Blow Dry

Mirage Enterprises

But he came back with Sin City

Dimension Films

Followed by Lucky Number Slevin

Weinstein Company

And then The Black Dahlia

Universal Pictures

While his output really hasn't changed as much as you'd expect, the type of projects he is working on has definitely changed.

He still acts, just in smaller indie movies or TV shows like Penny Dreadful

Dessert Wolf Productions

Fans still wonder why he stopped making the Hollywood blockbusters that made him a star. It turns out it was for a pretty relatable reason.

But there's an actual reason why he made a major career change

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