Special Report

These Are Edward Norton's Best and Worst Movies

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22. Stone (2010)
> Fellow leads: Milla Jovovich, Robert De Niro, Frances Conroy
> Director: John Curran
> Domestic box office: $1.81 million

Norton plays an incarcerated arsonist pleading with his caseworker (Robert DeNiro) to find a way to get him out of prison early.

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21. Collateral Beauty (2016)
> Fellow leads: Will Smith, Kate Winslet, Michael Peña
> Director: David Frankel
> Domestic box office: $31.02 million

Norton’s role is as an executive at an advertising agency attempting to convince his estranged friend and majority shareholder (Will Smith) to sign away his control of the firm.

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20. Pride and Glory (2008)
> Fellow leads: Colin Farrell, Noah Emmerich, Jon Voight
> Director: Gavin O’Connor
> Domestic box office: $15.74 million

Here, Norton plays a New York City cop who is dragged into department corruption by his family and his troubled past.

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19. Death to Smoochy (2002)
> Fellow leads: Robin Williams, Catherine Keener, Danny DeVito
> Director: Danny DeVito
> Domestic box office: $8.36 million

Playing an actor (who performs as the titular Smoochy the Rhino), Norton is caught off guard by the corruption that surrounds the children’s entertainment business.

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18. Leaves of Grass (2009)
> Fellow leads: Keri Russell, Henry Max Nelson, Lucy DeVito
> Director: Tim Blake Nelson
> Domestic box office: $70,006

This is a dual role for Norton, who plays twin brothers, a professor and a drug dealer, who can only drag each other down.