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You would arguably be hard-pressed to find a movie star with more staying power in Hollywood than Julia Roberts. Rising to prominence in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the Oscar-winner has remained consistently active as an actress ever since her big break in Mystic Pizza, reinventing herself across several different genres as time has gone by. As a result, she has plenty of classic roles that fans love returning to, and the actress recently ran through some of the highlights of her film career during an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Check out the video of the game below.
If you have watched The Late Late Show with James Corden before, then there's a chance that you have seen segments like this in the past. That said, Julia Roberts' take on the fast-paced game is one of the most hilarious incarnations that we have ever seen. Bouncing back and forth between some of her most iconic characters (flanked by James Corden as her co-star), Roberts seamlessly jumps from movie to movie, running through famous flicks like Notting Hill, Runaway Bride, Pretty Woman (there are a lot of romantic comedies in play here) and the Ocean's 11 franchise, just to name a few.
Of course, if we had to pick a favorite among these selected clips, then it would be hard not to go with Eat Pray Love. Then again, maybe it is just because that bowl of pasta looks so good.
Julia Roberts' filmography just seems to keep getting bigger with each passing year, and as such, you can catch her in her new film Wonder when it debuts in theaters next month on November 17.
Based on a best-selling book by R.J. Palacio, Wonder centers on a young boy named August Pullman (Room's Jacob Tremblay) born with a unique facial disfigurement who arrives at a new school after spending years in and out of the hospital. Julia Roberts stars as August's mother, Isabel Pullman, sharing the screen with Owen Wilson, who plays August's father, Nate. Though the film was initially set to debut in theaters earlier this year, it was pushed back to fall by Lionsgate in an attempt to line its release date up with a more family-friendly time of year at the box office.