Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) The Cameos: Arguably the most high-profile cameo team of the last decade, as Steven Spielberg directs Tom Cruise, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kevin Spacey and Danny DeVito as the stars of Austinpussy.
El agente Austin Powers se enfrenta de nuevo al doctor Maligno y a su cómplice, Mini-Yo; que tras escapar de una cárcel de máxima seguridad obliga a Austin Powers a ponerse de nuevo en acción. Miembro de Oro es un misterioso personaje que ayuda al doctor Maligno a idear el plan para dominar el mundo. El malvado viajará en el tiempo y secuestrará al padre del protagonista.
Tom Cruise is Austin Powers. An old Austin Power's spoof starring Tom Cruise, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kevin Spacey, Danny Devito and Steven Spielberg. Cute and fizzy pretty much sums it up! Short video./ Andrew, Project Fellowship
Tropic Thunder (2008) The Cameo: Tom Cruise's appearance as overweight, balding, bad-dancing studio exec Les Grossman was so shrouded in secrecy that Internet sites publishing leaked photos were handed 'cease or desist' orders.
Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (1984) The Cameo: The airport scene at the end of the film's Shanghai sequence is a proper jolly boys' outing, featuring Steven Spielberg and George Lucas as extras, plus Dan Aykroyd as the guy who books Indy onto the worst possible flight out of town.
Young Frankenstein (1974) The Cameo: Great cameos often require a double-take, nowhere more so than in the realisation that the blind, bearded hermit whose clumsiness increasingly frustrates the Monster is none other than Gene Hackman.
The Wedding Singer (1998) The Cameo: By the late 1990s, mainstream Hollywood was cottoning to the fact that Steve Buscemi had become a badge of indie cool and authenticity. Ergo his show-stopping performance as a drunk, bitter best man.