The credibility she had received for her role in “KIDS” was more than enough to get started, and before long, Rosario had secured roles in the Spike Lee film “He Got Game” and the urban high-school drama “Light It Up” when she was cast as one of three starring females in the cartoon-to-film adaptation of “Josie and the Pussycats.” The film was a total washout, but it introduced Rosario as one of the hottest upcoming stars in Hollywood, and within the next year, Rosario began work on becoming the most famous person you didn’t know. The young actress quickly followed up three small productions with a proper mainstream introduction in the sci-fi flops “Men in Black II” and “The Adventures of Pluto Nash,” but it was her work on independent films like “The 25th Hour” and “Shattered Glass” that gained her critical praise. Despite appearing in a truckload of films that have received nothing but bad publicity over the past five years, Rosario continues to get good grades from all of the people that matter. We know Rosario can act, and we’ve even see her bountiful breasts on screen, but will we ever see her truly recognized for her raw talent? If not, tell us now, and we think another nude scene would help ease the pain.
Rosario Dawson on the Web
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Rosario Dawson on the Screen
After making her film debut in the controversial drama "KIDS," Rosario continued to work on smaller independent projects before appearing in the box-office flop, "Josie and the Pussycats." Since then, Rosario has matured into one of the hottest upcoming leading ladies in the industry, and has all of the A-list directors foaming at the mouth just at the mention of a meeting with her. OK, so her resume doesn't necessarily speak for itself with more recent films like "Men in Black II" and "The Adventures of Pluto Nash," but her short appearance in Oliver Stone's "Alexander" was the highlight of the disastrous biopic.
Rosario can next be seen in a small role in Quentin Tarantino's half of "Grindhouse," while future projects include the action-thriller "Killshot" (based on the novel by Elmore Leonard) and the follow-up to "Sin City" with director Robert Rodriguez.
On the inevitable toy based upon her character in "Josie and the Pussycats":
"My doll's probably going to kick Barbie's a**, steal her clothes and wind up stealing Ken."