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Jamie Bell has made 4 movies in which he starred in a leading role since his first movie 11 years ago called "The Eagle" (2010) in which he portrayed the character Esca.

The highest grossing movie of Jamie Bell's career, "The Adventures of Tintin", sold nearly $77,591,831 at the box office in 2011.

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The Adventures of Tintin Poster

The Adventures of Tintin

Movie Genre: Adventure

Running Time: 104 minutes

Starring:

Jamie

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Bell

Plays as

Tintin

(Leading Role)

Andy

Andy Serkis's Portrait

Serkis

Plays as

Captain Haddock/Sir Francis Haddock

(Leading Role)

Daniel

Daniel Craig's Portrait

Craig

Plays as

Red Rackham

(Supporting Role)

Nick

Nick Frost's Portrait

Frost

Plays as

Thomson

(Supporting Role)

Directed by: Steven Spielberg

Jamie Bell's Character Name: Tintin

Box Office Sales: $77,591,831

Rated: Rated PG For adventure action violence, some drunkenness and brief smoking.

Synopsis: Tintin is a young reporter whose relentless pursuit of a good story thrusts him into a world of high adventure.

Year
Released 2011
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The Eagle

Movie Genre: Action

Running Time: 114 minutes

Starring:

Channing

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Tatum

Plays as

Marcus Aquila

(Leading Role)

Jamie

Jamie Bell's Portrait

Bell

Plays as

Esca

(Leading Role)

Donald

Donald Sutherland's Portrait

Sutherland

Plays as

Uncle Aquila

(Supporting Role)

Mark

Mark Strong's Portrait

Strong

Plays as

Guern

(Supporting Role)

Directed by: Kevin Macdonald

Jamie Bell's Character Name: Esca

Box Office Sales: $19,490,041

Rated: Rated PG-13 For battle sequences and some disturbing images.

Synopsis: In 2nd-Century Britain, two men - master and slave - venture beyond the edge of the known world on a dangerous and obsessive quest that will push them beyond the boundaries of loyalty and betrayal, friendship and hatred, deceit and heroism. Adapted from Rosemary Sutcliff's classic novel The Eagle of the Ninth. In 140 AD, the Roman Empire extends all the way to Britain - though its grasp is incomplete, as the rebellious tribes of Caledonia (today's Scotland) hold sway in the far North. Marcus Aquila arrives in Britain, determined to restore the tarnished reputation of his father, Flavius Aquila. It was 20 years earlier that Rome's 5,000-strong Ninth Legion, under the command of Flavius and carrying their golden emblem, the Eagle of the Ninth, marched north into Caledonia. They never returned; Legion and Eagle simply vanished into the mists. Angered, the Roman Emperor Hadrian ordered the building of a wall to seal off the territory; Hadrian’s Wall became the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire - the edge of the known world. Driven to become a brilliant soldier and now given command of a small fort in the southwest, Marcus bravely leads his troops during a siege. Commended by Rome for his bravery, yet discharged from the army because of his severe wounds, Marcus convalesces, demoralized, in the villa of his Uncle Aquila, a retired army man. When Marcus impulsively gets a young Briton's life spared at a gladiatorial contest, Aquila buys the Briton, Esca, to be Marcus' slave. Marcus is dismissive of Esca, who harbors a seething hatred of all things Roman. Yet Esca vows to serve the man who has saved his life. Hearing a rumor that the Eagle has been seen in a tribal temple in the far north, Marcus is galvanized into action, and sets off with Esca across Hadrian's Wall. But the highlands of Caledonia are a vast and savage wilderness, and Marcus must rely on his slave to navigate the region. When they encounter ex-Roman soldier Guern, Marcus realizes that the mystery of his father's disappearance may well be linked to the secret of his own slave's identity and loyalty - a secret all the more pressing when the two come face-to-face with the warriors of the fearsome Seal Prince.

Year
Released 2010
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Retreat

Movie Genre: Thriller/Suspense

Running Time: 86 minutes

Starring:

Cillian

Cillian Murphy's Portrait

Murphy

Plays as

Martin

(Leading Role)

Thandie

Thandie Newton's Portrait

Newton

Plays as

Murphy

(Leading Role)

Jamie

Jamie Bell's Portrait

Bell

Plays as

Pvt. Jack Coleman

(Leading Role)

Directed by: Carl Tibbetts

Jamie Bell's Character Name: Pvt. Jack Coleman

Rated: Rated R For violence and for language throughout.

Synopsis: Kate and Martin escape from personal tragedy to an Island Retreat. Cut off from the outside world, their attempts to recover are shattered when a Man is washed ashore, with news of airborne killer disease that is sweeping through Europe. But is this mysterious stranger who he says he is and can he be trusted?

Year
Released 2011
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The Fantastic Four

Movie Genre: Action

Starring:

Miles

Miles Teller's Portrait

Teller

Plays as

Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic

(Leading Role)

Kate

Kate Mara's Portrait

Mara

Plays as

Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman

(Leading Role)

Jamie

Jamie Bell's Portrait

Bell

Plays as

Ben Grimm/The Thing

(Leading Role)

Michael B.

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Jordan

Plays as

Johnny Storm/The Human Torch

(Leading Role)

Directed by: Josh Trank

Jamie Bell's Character Name: Ben Grimm/The Thing

Rated: Rated

Year
Released 2015
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