Madonna filmography

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Madonna filmography
Madonna in a black dress and golden curls, looks towards her right. She wears bangles in her left hand
Madonna promoting her documentary I'm Going to Tell You a Secret in 2005.
Releases
Feature films 26
Short films 7
Theatrical plays 3
Television 10
Commercials 15

American entertainer Madonna has been featured in twenty-six feature films, seven short films, three theatrical plays, ten television episodes, and fifteen commercials. In 1979, she made her acting debut in the low-budget feature, A Certain Sacrifice. Its commercial release in 1985 coincided with the success of her second studio album, Like a Virgin.[1] That same year, she made a cameo appearance as a club singer in the film Vision Quest; she also garnered commercial and critical success for the title role in Susan Seidelman's Desperately Seeking Susan.[2][3] Madonna followed it with a leading role in the adventure drama, Shanghai Surprise (1986), with her then-husband actor Sean Penn. The film was panned by critics, and Madonna received her first Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress.[4] Her next films such as Who's That Girl (1987) and Bloodhounds of Broadway (1989) were critical and commercial failures.[5][6] In 1986, she made her theatrical debut in David Rabe's Goose and Tom-Tom and her first commercial for Mitsubishi in Japan.[7][8] She starred in the 1989 commercial for Pepsi-Cola alongside her song "Like a Prayer". Due to the controversy surrounding the song's music video, the commercial was revoked and her contract with Pepsi-Cola was cancelled.[9]

In 1990, Madonna starred as Breathless Mahoney in Dick Tracy, directed by Warren Beatty and based on Chester Gould's comic strip.[10] She received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Actress.[11] Beatty later appeared in her 1991 documentary, Madonna: Truth or Dare, which showed behind the scenes of her 1990 Blond Ambition World Tour. It was the highest-grossing documentary of all time at that point.[12] She also received positive reviews for her role in A League of Their Own (1992), which was centered around a women's baseball team during World War II.[13] In 1993, Madonna starred in the erotic thriller Body of Evidence, which performed poorly at the box office.[14] Her subsequent films saw Madonna take on smaller roles, including a singing telegram girl in Blue in the Face (1995), a witch in Four Rooms (1995), and a phone sex company owner in Spike Lee's Girl 6 (1996).[15] Madonna starred as Eva Perón in the 1996 film adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Evita. Her performance was acclaimed by critics and won her a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.[16]

Madonna was again received negatively for her leading role as Abbie in John Schlesinger's film The Next Best Thing (2000).[17] Her first big screen collaboration, with her then-husband director Guy Ritchie, was Swept Away (2002).[18] A remake of Lina Wertmüller's Italian film of the same name, it was as a commercial and critical failure.[19] Swept Away was nominated for seven Golden Raspberry Awards, winning five, including Worst Actress for Madonna.[20] She had a cameo appearance in the James Bond film Die Another Day (2002), and sang its theme song.[21] The next year, Madonna appeared in the television sitcom Will & Grace '​s episode "Dolls and Dolls".[22] In 2008, Madonna made her directorial debut with Filth and Wisdom, as well as producing and writing I Am Because We Are, a documentary on the problems faced by Malawians.[23][24] The latter was honored with a Do Something Award by VH1.[25] Her second directorial effort, W.E., was released in 2011. A biographical film about the affair between King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson, the film was a critical and commercial flop.[26][27] She also directed the 17-minute film secretprojectrevolution with Steven Klein in 2013. Dealing with artistic freedom and human rights, the short film was distributed by BitTorrent.[28] Madonna's film career has attracted a largely negative reception from the film critic community. Stephanie Zacharek from Time stated: "[Madonna] seems wooden and unnatural as an actress, and it's tough to watch, because she's clearly trying her damnedest."[19]

Feature films[edit]

Title Year Credit(s) Role Director(s) US box office Ref.
A Certain Sacrifice 1979 Actress Bruna Stephen Jon Lewicki N/A [1]
Vision Quest 1985 Actress Club singer (cameo) Becker, HaroldHarold Becker $12,993,175 [2]
[29]
Desperately Seeking Susan 1985 Actress Susan Seidelman, SusanSusan Seidelman $27,398,584 [3]
[30]
Shanghai Surprise 1986 Actress Gloria Tatlock Goddard, JimJim Goddard $2,315,683 [31]
[32]
Who's That Girl 1987 Actress Nikki Finn Foley, JamesJames Foley $7,305,209 [5]
[33]
Bloodhounds of Broadway 1989 Actress Hortense Hathaway Brookner, HowardHoward Brookner $43,671 [6]
[34]
Dick Tracy 1990 Actress Breathless Mahoney Beatty, WarrenWarren Beatty $103,738,726 [10]
[35]
Madonna: Truth or Dare (aka In Bed with Madonna) 1991 Actress, executive producer Herself Keshishian, AlekAlek Keshishian $15,012,935 [36]
[37]
Shadows and Fog 1991 Actress Marie Allen, WoodyWoody Allen $2,735,731 [38]
[39]
A League of Their Own 1992 Actress Mae Mordabito Marshall, PennyPenny Marshall $107,533,928 [13]
[40]
Body of Evidence 1993 Actress Rebecca Carlson Edel, UliUli Edel $13,273,595 [41]
[14]
Dangerous Game 1993 Actress Sarah Jennings Ferrara, AbelAbel Ferrara $23,671 [42]
[43]
Blue in the Face 1995 Actress Singing telegram girl (cameo) Auster, PaulPaul Auster and Wayne Wang $1,268,636 [44]
[45]
Four Rooms ("The Missing Ingredient" segment) 1995 Actress Elspeth Anders, AllisonAllison Anders $4,257,354 [46]
[47]
Girl 6 1996 Actress Boss #3 (cameo) Lee, SpikeSpike Lee $4,939,939 [48]
[49]
Evita 1996 Actress Perón, EvaEva Perón Parker, AlanAlan Parker $50,047,179 [50]
[51]
The Next Best Thing 2000 Actress Abbie Reynolds Schlesinger, JohnJohn Schlesinger $14,990,582 [17]
[52]
Swept Away 2002 Actress Amber Leighton Ritchie, GuyGuy Ritchie $598,645 [18]
[53]
Die Another Day 2002 Actress Verity (cameo) Tamahori, LeeLee Tamahori $160,942,139 [21]
[54]
Agent Cody Banks 2003 Executive producer N/A Zwart, HaraldHarald Zwart $47,938,330 [55]
[56]
Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London 2004 Executive producer N/A Kevin Allen $23,630,159 [57]
[58]
I'm Going to Tell You a Secret 2005 Actress, executive producer Herself Åkerlund, JonasJonas Åkerlund N/A [59]
Arthur and the Invisibles 2006 Actress Princess Selenia (voice) Besson, LucLuc Besson $15,132,763 [60]
[61]
Filth and Wisdom 2008 Director, executive producer, screenwriter N/A Madonna $22,406 [23]
[62]
I Am Because We Are 2008 Narrator, producer, screenwriter Herself Nathan Rissman N/A [24]
W.E. 2011 Director, producer, screenwriter N/A Madonna $583,455 [26]
[27]

Short films[edit]

Title Year Credit(s) Role Director(s) Medium Ref.
The Making of Sex 1992 Actress, executive producer Herself Baron, FabienFabien Baron VHS [63]
The Hire: Star 2001 Actress Superstar Guy Ritchie Internet [64]
Confessions on a Promo Tour 2005 Actress Herself David Cadan AOL [65]
Confessions Tour: Behind the Scenes 2006 Actress Herself Nathan Rissman DVD [66]
Sticky & Sweet Tour: Behind the Scenes 2010 Actress Herself Nathan Rissman DVD [67]
Inside the DNA of MDNA 2012 Actress Herself Stéphane Sennour YouTube [68]
secretprojectrevolution 2013 Actress, director, producer, screenwriter Unknown Madonna and Steven Klein BitTorrent [28]

Theatrical plays[edit]

Title Year Role Playwright Stage Ref.
Goose and Tom-Tom 1986 Lorraine Rabe, DavidDavid Rabe Lincoln Center Theater [7]
Speed-the-Plow 1988 Karen Mamet, DavidDavid Mamet Royale Theatre [69]
Up for Grabs 2002 Loren Williamson, DavidDavid Williamson Wyndham's Theatre [70]

Television[edit]

Title Year Episode Credit(s) Role Creator(s) Ref.
Saturday Night Live 1985 "Madonna/Simple Minds" (Season 11, Episode 1) Actress Host (Herself), various sketches Michaels, LorneLorne Michaels [71]
Saturday Night Live 1986 "Sigourney Weaver/Buster Poindexter" (Season 12, Episode 1) Actress Herself (opening intro) Lorne Michaels [72]
Saturday Night Live 1991 "Delta Burke/Chris Isaak" (Season 16, Episode 19) Actress Herself ("Wayne's World" sketch) Lorne Michaels [73]
Saturday Night Live 1992 "Roseanne & Tom Arnold/Red Hot Chili Peppers" (Season 17, Episode 14) Actress Liz Rosenberg ("Coffee Talk" sketch) Lorne Michaels [74]
Saturday Night Live 1993 "Harvey Keitel/Madonna" (Season 18, Episode 11) Actress Monroe, MarilynMarilyn Monroe (opening intro), Musical Guest (Herself) Lorne Michaels [75]
Will & Grace 2003 "Dolls and Dolls" Actress Liz Kohan, DavidDavid Kohan and Max Mutchnick [22]
30 Days Until I'm Famous 2004 Television film Executive producer N/A Gabriela Tagliavini [76]
Alyx 2008 Television film Executive producer N/A Brad Bredeweg and Amber J Lawson [77]
Saturday Night Live 2009 "Ryan Reynolds/Lady Gaga" (Season 35, Episode 2) Actress Herself ("Deep House Dish" sketch) Lorne Michaels [78]
Saturday Night Live 2013 "Jimmy Fallon/Justin Timberlake" (Season 39, Episode 10) Actress Herself ("The Barry Gibb Talk Show" sketch) Lorne Michaels [79]

Commercials[edit]

Company Year Promoting Title Director(s) Theme song(s) Region Ref.
Mitsubishi 1986–87 Hi-Fi systems/VHS recorders N/A Unknown "True Blue" "La Isla Bonita", "Causing a Commotion" and "Spotlight" Japan [8]
Pepsi-Cola 1989 Soft drink beverage "Make a Wish" Pytka, JoeJoe Pytka "Like a Prayer" International [80]
Rock the Vote 1990 United States elections, 1990 N/A Paula Greif "Vogue" United States [81]
Takara Shuzo 1995 Shochu rice beverage N/A Unknown "Broken" (unreleased Madonna song) Japan [82]
Max Factor 1999 Cosmetics "Max Factor Gold" Meisel, StevenSteven Meisel "Ray of Light" International [83]
BMW 2001 Automobiles "Star" Guy Ritchie "Song 2" by Blur International [64]
Gap 2003 Clothing "A New Groove, A New Jean" Hunter, PaulPaul Hunter "Into the Hollywood Groove" International [84]
Estée Lauder 2003 Fragrance "Beyond Paradise" Besson, LucLuc Besson "Love Profusion" International [85]
Motorola 2005 Motorola ROKR E1 with iTunes phone "Phone Booth" Dylan, JesseJesse Dylan "Hung Up" International [86]
H&M 2007 Clothing range "M by Madonna" Madonna and Dan Cadan "Purdy" by William Orbit International [87]
Brillia Mare Ariake 2007 Apartment complex N/A Steven Klein N/A Japan [88]
Sunsilk 2008 Hair care products "Life Can't Wait" Adnan Malik "Ray of Light" and "4 Minutes" International [89]
Dolce & Gabbana 2010 MDG Sunglasses N/A Steven Klein "Revolver" Internet [90]
Truth or Dare by Madonna 2012 Fragrance N/A Mert and Marcus "Girl Gone Wild" (Offer Nissim Remix) International [91]
MDNA Skin 2014 Skin care products N/A Unknown N/A Japan [92]

References[edit]

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