Top 10 Best Rachel Weisz Movie Roles of All Time Rachel Weisz is a talented English actress who continues impressing

Rachel Hannah Weisz is a British-American actress who rose to prominence at the turn of the century in the Mummy series. She since built upon that fame to create a storied career in Hollywood throughout the 21st century because of it. Check out these highlights from the filmography of Rachel Weisz

10. The Constant Gardener

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Character: Tessa Quayle

Weisz teams with husband Ralph Fiennes to earn an Academy Award as a couple dealing with murder, greed, and the effects of corrupt corporations on a marriage.

9. The Favourite

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Rachel Weisz in the film THE FAVOURITE. Photo by Yorgos Lanthimos. © 2018 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation All Rights Reserved

Character: Lady Sarah

Weisz’s Lady Sarah governs the thrown in 18th century England while Queen Anne is ill. She shines next to Emma Stone and Olivia Colman.

8. The Brothers Bloom

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Character: Penelope Stamp

Weisz teams with Mark Ruffalo and Andrien Brody for a great heist film that holds up with time. Two brothers make a wealthy heiress their final con, but things get complicated when love gets in the way.

7. The Bourne Legacy

Film Title: The Bourne Legacy
RACHEL WEISZ and JEREMY RENNER star in the next chapter of the hugely popular espionage franchise that has earned almost $1 billion at the global box office: ?The Bourne Legacy?. Writer/director Tony Gilroy expands the ?Bourne? universe created by Robert Ludlum with an original story that introduces us to a new hero (Renner) whose life-or-death stakes have been triggered by the events of the first three films.

Character: Dr. Marta Shearing

Weisz teams with Jeremy Renner (replacing Matt Damon as the focus) and Edward Norton in the fourth installment of the Bourne franchise. This installment expands beyond Jason Bourne’s story to enable more movies and more profits.

6. The Whistleblower

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Character: Kathryn Bolkovac

Call me biased, but Weisz + whistleblowers is an instant win for me. It’s actually a great movie too, which helps justify its place on this list.

5. The Fountain

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Character: Tomas/Tommy/Tom Creo

Hugh Jackman plays Tom, a scientist who travels through time to cure his wife’s (played by Weisz) cancer and seek immortality. From the 16th century to the 26th century, he learns about the mysteries of life, death, and love.

4. Definitely, Maybe

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Character: Summer Hartley

Weisz plays Summer/Natasha in the story Will Hayes tells his daughter of how he met her mother. It’s a lot shorter of a story than the TV series based on the same concept.

3. Oz the Great and Powerful

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Character: Evanora

Weisz costars with James Franco, Michelle Williams, and Mila Kunis in this big-budget Oz reboot. She’s the Wicked Witch of the East, who has a crucial role in the series of events that follow.

2. Enemy at the Gates

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Character: Tania Chernova

This 2001 war film has a supporting role for Weisz in order to pigeonhole a love story into it. She pulls it off well, at the height of her Hollywood fame, and adds a touch of character to an otherwise tense movie.

1. The Mummy Franchise

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Character: Evelyn Carnahan/Nefertiri

Weisz only shows up in the first two Mummy movies, but she’s the reason to watch them. Her performance as a strong-willed librarian outshines The Rock’s debut, CGI effects, and all the rest of her male costars. It’s a shame she dropped out, which destroyed the series with a bland replacement by the third movie.

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