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Abbie Cornish has made 4 movies in which she starred in a leading role since her first movie 13 years ago called "Stop-Loss" (2008) in which she portrayed the character Michelle.

The highest grossing movie of Abbie Cornish's career, "Stop-Loss", sold nearly $10,915,744 at the box office in 2008.

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Stop-Loss

Movie Genre: Drama

Running Time: 113 minutes

Starring:

Ryan

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Phillippe

Plays as

Brandon King

(Leading Role)

Abbie

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Cornish

Plays as

Michelle

(Leading Role)

Channing

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Tatum

Plays as

Steve Shriver

(Leading Role)

Joseph

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Gordon-Levitt

Plays as

Tommy Burgess

(Leading Role)

Directed by: Kimberly Peirce

Abbie Cornish's Character Name: Michelle

Box Office Sales: $10,915,744

Rated: Rated R For graphic violence and pervasive language.

Year
Released 2008
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Bright Star

Movie Genre: Drama

Starring:

Ben

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Whishaw

Plays as

John Keats

(Leading Role)

Abbie

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Cornish

Plays as

Fanny Brawne

(Leading Role)

Directed by: Jane Campion

Abbie Cornish's Character Name: Fanny Brawne

Box Office Sales: $4,444,637

Rated: Rated PG For thematic elements, some sensuality, brief language and incidental smoking.

Year
Released 2009
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W.E.

Movie Genre: Drama

Running Time: 119 minutes

Starring:

Andrea

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Riseborough

Plays as

Wallis Simpson

(Leading Role)

Abbie

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Cornish

Plays as

Wally Winthrop

(Leading Role)

James

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D'Arcy

Plays as

Edward

(Leading Role)

Oscar

Oscar Isaac's Portrait

Isaac

Plays as

Evgeni

(Supporting Role)

Directed by: Madonna

Abbie Cornish's Character Name: Wally Winthrop

Box Office Sales: $582,075

Rated: Rated R For some domestic violence, nudity and language.

Synopsis: W.E. tells the story of two fragile but determined women - Wally Winthrop and Wallis Simpson - separated by more than six decades. In 1998, lonely New Yorker Wally Winthrop is obsessed with what she perceives as the ultimate love story: King Edward's VIII's abdication of the British throne for the woman he loved, American divorcee Wallis Simpson. But Wally's research, including several visits to the Sotheby's auction of the Windsor Estate, reveals that the couple's life together was not as perfect as she thought. Weaving back and forth in time, W.E. intertwines Wally's journey of discovery in New York with the story of Wallis and Edward, from the glamorous early days of their romance to the slow unraveling of their lives in the decades that followed.

Year
Released 2011
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The Girl

Movie Genre: Drama

Running Time: 94 minutes

Starring:

Abbie

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Cornish

Plays as

Ashley

(Leading Role)

Will

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Patton

Plays as

Tommy

(Supporting Role)

Maritza

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Santiago Hernandez

Plays as

Rosa

(Leading Role)

Geoffrey

Geoffrey Rivas's Portrait

Rivas

Plays as

Manager

(Supporting Role)

Directed by: David Riker

Abbie Cornish's Character Name: Ashley

Box Office Sales: $35,048

Rated: Rated PG-13 For thematic material including violence/disturbing images, and for language and smoking.

Synopsis: For two years Ashley Colton, a rough, ragged beauty in her mid-twenties, has walked a tightrope, trying to prove that she is fit to be a mother and regain custody of her son. She has survived on a series of minimum wage jobs and endured the probing scrutiny of home visits from Social Services. Cynical and embittered, she is convinced her son was taken because she is poor, and she carries a class rage that is difficult to control. But while Ashley sees herself as a victim, we see a woman who has lost her child because she is not ready to be a mother. A surprise visit from her father, a truck driver living in Mexico, brings Ashley back into a turbulent and unresolved relationship. On a trip to Nuevo Laredo, she discovers that her father is smuggling immigrants across the border. Suddenly, in the vast, unforgiving landscape of south Texas, Ashley glimpses a solution to her problems and is lured by the prospect of easy money into the role of a coyote. Her improvised plan quickly goes awry, and Ashley finds herself stranded with a young girl whose mother disappeared in the late night river crossing. Failing in her attempts to abandon the girl, she begins a journey in search of the girl’s missing mother. Together with the girl, Ashley travels through the borderlands of Nuevo Laredo and along the banks of the Rio Grande, retracing the steps of the immigrant journey. When she finally learns that the girl’s mother drowned, Ashley decides to bring the girl back to her village in southern Mexico. Along the way, she discovers something unexpected, something she didn’t even know she had – her own mothering instinct.

Year
Released 2012
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