Danny Huston

    Picture of Danny Huston In "30 Days of Night"
    © Sony Pictures
    BornMay 14, 1962
    Rome, Italy
    Age53      

    30 movies

    Frankenstein

    Frankenstein

    2015. Horror/thriller with Xavier Samuel & Carrie-Anne Moss. 1h29m
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    Pressure

    Pressure

    2015. Thriller with Danny Huston & Matthew Goode. 1h31m
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    Tigers

    Tigers

    2014. Dramatic thriller with Emraan Hashmi & Geetanjali. 1h30m
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    Boxing Day

    Boxing Day

    2012. Drama with Edie Dakota & Lisa Enos. 1h34m
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    Stolen

    Stolen

    2012. Action thriller with Nicolas Cage & Malin Akerman. 1h36m
    '' Bad story. Bad dialogues. Bad acting. No action to speak of. 1980's soundtrack...
    Two Jacks

    Two Jacks

    2012. Comedy with Jack Huston & Sienna Miller. 1h30m
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    A Monster in Paris

    A Monster in Paris

    ("Un Monstre à Paris" in French) 2011. Animation with voices of Vanessa Paradis & Gad Elmaleh. 1h30m
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    The Warrior's Way

    The Warrior's Way

    2010. Western with Kate Bosworth & Danny Huston. 1h40m
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    Boogie Woogie

    Boogie Woogie

    2009. Drama with Alfie Allen & Gillian Anderson. 1h34m
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    X-Men Origins: Wolverine
    14A
    The Kreutzer Sonata

    The Kreutzer Sonata

    2008. Drama with Danny Huston & Elisabeth Röhm. 1h39m
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    Birth
    14A
    Ivansxtc

    Ivansxtc

    2000. Drama with Danny Huston & Peter Weller. 1h34m
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