10 Hollywood stars who need a hit
Jim Carrey, Harrison Ford, Nicole Kidman and others struggle to get back on top
The Situation: Inextricably linked to some of the biggest films of all-time, Ford's box office appeal has been less than certain lately. With the exception of the critically reviled "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" (which even he seems to dislike), Ford's films in the last decade -- "K-19: The Widowmaker," "Hollywood Homicide," "Firewall," "Crossing Over," Extraordinary Measures," "Morning Glory" and last summer's bomb "Cowboys & Aliens" -- have barely registered a blip at the box office.
Why there's hope: It was probably a very wise move to hop aboard the long-awaited adaptation of Orson Scott Card's popular sci-fi war novel "Ender's Game," and there's always the inevitable "Indiana Jones 5."