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In 2004, Moynahan starred alongside Will Smith in Alex Proyas' science fiction movie I, Robot, loosely based on Isaac Asimov's short story collection of the same name. Moynahan portrays Dr. Susan Calvin, as a specialist in robot psychology. Upon release, I, Robot received mixed reviews, though Moynahan's performance met with praise. Daniel Neman of Richmond Times-Dispatch, who disliked the film, concluded that she "turns in an able performance as Dr. Calvin, the convenient character." With revenue of $347 million worldwide, the film remains Moynahan's most commercially successful picture to date. Her next movie was in 2005's Lord of War, a political crime thriller, as Ava Fontaine Orlov, the wife of Nicolas Cage's character. In 2006, Maxim magazine named her number 96 on its annual "Hot 100" list.
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Ava Fontaine grew up in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, in New York City, and in the early 1980s she was voted "Miss Long Island" in a beauty pageant. She became a model, and she advertised perfumes and other fashion items. Ukrainian-American immigrant became attracted to her while he was young, and in the 1980s he arranged for a fake photoshoot on a Caribbean island to lure her into meeting him. She arrived on the island by plane, only to find out that her photographer could not arrive due to a "hurricane" which did not appear in the news. She bonded with Orlov, and the two later married and had a son, Nikolai (called "Nicky" by them). However, their relationship fell apart when Ava found out that he was an arms dealer, and he went legitimate for six months in an attempt to rebuild his life with her. Things changed when President of visited their apartment and bribed Yuri to continue selling guns, and when Ava found out about Yuri's betrayal of her trust, she left him with their son.
Actress. Born Ernestine Jane Geraldine Russell, she is best remembered for her role in the 1953 film "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" along with . Her career began in 1940 when film mogul signed her to a seven year contract after which she starred in "The Outlaw" (1943) which showcased her voluptuous figure and ended in 1986 with her role as Ava Fontaine in the TV series "Hunter." She married Los Angeles Rams football star Bob Waterfield in 1943; the marriage lasted until 1968. Her second husband, Roger Barrett, died less than three months after their marriage. Her autobiography "Jane Russell: My Path and My Detours" was published in 1985. She received the Women's International Center Living Legacy Award in 1989 and was named one of the 40 Most Iconic Movie Goddesses of all time in 2009 by Glamour Magazine (UK edition).Plot Summary
The 20-year arms dealing career of Queens, N.Y., outcast Yuri Orlov (Nicolas Cage) serves as a window onto the end of the Cold War and the emergence of worldwide terrorism. He finds himself reassuring his more ethically challenged younger brother, Vitaly (Jared Leto), while adeptly sidestepping the pursuit of federal agent Jack Lawrence (Ethan Hawke). The globetrotting arms dealer also pursues the woman of his dreams, supermodel Ava Fontaine (Bridget Moynahan).