Cast opposite Diane Lane as an unsuspecting husband whose wife is having an affair in "Unfaithful"
Played a discredited journalist embarking on an unauthorized mission to find a war criminal in "The Hunting Party"
Re-teamed with Diane Lane for "Nights in Rodanthe," based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks
Starred in Andrew Lau's first American film "The Flock"
Cast in singing and dancing role as sleazy lawyer Billy Flynn in film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical "Chicago"; received a SAG nomination for Best Actor
Portrayed Clifford Irving, a bogus biographer of Howard Hughes in Lasse Hallström's "The Hoax"
Re-teamed with Julia Roberts and director Garry Marshall for the romantic comedy "Runaway Bride"
Returned to Broadway in "Bent," playing homosexual inmate of Dachau
Starred in Jon Avnet's "Red Corner," a project particularly close to his heart for its attack on the repressive Chinese regime
Cast as a veteran cop in Antoine Fuqua's "Brooklyn's Finest"
Co-starred with Jennifer Lopez and Susan Sarandon in U.S. remake of "Shall We Dance?"
Starred in Robert Altman's "Dr. T and the Women"
Starred with Juliette Binoche in the family drama "Bee Season," based on the Myla Goldberg novel
Executive produced and starred in Mike Figgis' "Mr Jones" and period drama "Sommersby"
Portrayed George P. Putnam, Earhart's husband (Hilary Swank) in Mira Nair's biopic "Amelia"
Starred in financial thriller "Arbitrage" as a fraudulent hedge fund manager; re-teamed with Susan Sarandon as husband and wife in the film
Co-directed historical documentary "Yankeeland: In the Shadow of the Stadium"
Co-starred in "Time Out of Mind"
Starred in in Andrew Renzi's drama "The Benefactor"
Joined cast of "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel"
Co-starred in mystery/thriller "The Dinner" alongside Laura Linney and Steve Coogan
First film as executive producer, "Final Analysis"; also starred
Made Broadway debut as Danny Zuko in the hit musical "Grease"; recreated role for London production
Co-starred with Winona Ryder in "Autumn in New York," directed by Joan Chen
Portrayed Bob Dylan at one distinct stage of his life in Todd Haynes directed "I'm Not There."
Spent one season each at Provincetown Playhouse and Seattle Repertory Theatre
Starred in his greatest commercial success of the decade, "An Officer and a Gentleman"
Appeared as a character loosely based on Broadway director-choreographer Michael Bennett in the HBO film "And the Band Played On"; earned Emmy nomination
Delivered solid performance as a cocky attorney defending former altar boy Edward Norton against allegations of murder in "Primal Fear"
Made film acting debut in "Report to the Commissioner"
Had first leading role in a feature, "Days of Heaven"
Garnered attention for a supporting role in "Looking for Mr. Goodbar" opposite Diane Keaton
Made a commercial comeback with starring role in Garry Marshall's "Pretty Woman" opposite Julia Roberts