6 Stars Who Made Mind-blowing Cameos in Movie Reboots
BILL MURRAY – GHOSTBUSTERS
Who you gonna call (for a Ghostbusters remake)? The elusive and totally lovable Murray, of course! The actor is set to make a cameo in the reboot of the '80s film with costar Dan Aykroyd, joining an ensemble cast of funny ladies that includes Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon.
JOHNNY DEPP – 21 JUMP STREET
In an unrecognizable get-up that included a prosthetic nose and long wig, Depp made an unforgettable appearance in 2012's 21 Jump Street – a film inspired by the '80s TV series in which he starred as an undercover officer.
PAUL MICHAEL GLASER & DAVID SOUL – STARSKY & HUTCH
Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson slipped on their best spearpoint collared shirts for 2004's Starsky & Hutch, in which they stepped into Glaser and Soul's iconic shoes. In homage to the movie's inspiration, the series' original stars were invited to appear in the film's final scene.
DWIGHT SCHULTZ & DIRK BENEDICT – THE A-TEAM
Nothing trumped the return of original A-Team members Schultz and Benedict, who starred in the 2010 revival of The A-Team along a roster of Hollywood leading men like Bradley Cooper, Liam Neeson and Quinton "Rampage" Jackson. Only downside: Mr. T was missing.
JOHN FORSYTHE – CHARLIE'S ANGELS
With one of the most recognizable voices in TV history (right behind Knight Rider's KITT, of course), Forsythe played Charlie, the omniscient mastermind who serves as boss to a trio of female detectives. While the identity of Charlie is never revealed – he speaks to his charges by radio – Forsythe offered up his vocals again for the 2000 film adaptation of the '70s series.
CHITA RIVERA – CHICAGO
From Broadway to the big screen! The 10-time Tony nominee played Nickie in 2002's Chicago, a full circle moment for Rivera, who was Velma Kelly in the original 1975 production of the musical.