Bill Murray in Kingpin (1996)
The Worst Movie Hairstyles of All Time
Will Ferrell in Zoolander (2001)
Joan Cusack in Working Girl (1988)
Forest Whitaker in Battlefield Earth (2000)
Cameron Diaz in Being John Malkovich (1999)
David Bowie in Labyrinth (1986)
Javier Bardem in No Country for Old Men (2007)
Carrie Fisher in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
Natalie Portman in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)
Johnny Depp in Edward Scissorhands (1990)
One thing may have been forgotten here. A hairstyle in a movie may be intended to establish a character, and the era in which it is set. Javier Bardem's hairstyle in "No Country for Old Men" seems reasonable for a film set in 1980.Contrast, for instance, Richard Burton's bouffant when he played Major Smith in "Where Eagles Dare", a movie set in WWII, at a time when all soldiers would have had short hair.
You seem to have a real problem with curly hair, don't you Pete! I have curls - and they're full-on fabulous, the kind of thing Botticelli painted in the 1490s. But I grew up with idiots like you who laughed (because they didn't have them) and presto!, curls are outlawed. For the record, I think Diaz looks amazing: and for the rest, did your brain leave the building? The hair WAS the role. I notice you don't have a byline pic of your own. Any reason for that? Are you brave enough to put your own barnet on show?
Now we now where Jedward took thier hairstyle inspiration from. lol
Although on the whole many of the hairstyles are pretty awful,. I take issue with both Jeremy Issacs and Orlando Bloom because it is their hair that attracted me to both characters, that and Orlando Bloom's pointy elf ears - but we wont go into that lol. Also I love Edward Sissorhands and although his hair is pretty awful, it fits with the character's tragic personna - outside and segrated from society. Who the hell am I trying to kid I just love Johnny Depp and weird!
they got the star wars thing wrong about princess leia. true we'll never have that hairstyle in the future but that's because star wars is set in the past. the opening line is a long time ago in a land far, far away