Stana Katic made her silver screen debut in the 2003 drama film ‘Shut-Eye’ directed by John Covert. Following her debut, she went on to star in films like ‘Pit Fighter’ (2005), ‘Feast of Love’ (2007), ‘The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice’ (2008), and ‘Stiletto’ (2008). In 2008, she starred as ‘Corrine Veneau’ in the Marc Forster-directed spy film ‘Quantum of Solace.’ The film was the twenty-second installment in the James Bond series and received mixed reviews from critics upon release. Nevertheless, it managed to gross over $589.6 million on a budget of $200–230 million. That same year, she also starred as ‘Morgenstern’ in the Frank Miller-directed American neo-noir superhero film ‘The Spirit.’ The film was panned by critics and failed to perform at the box office. In 2009, she joined the cast of the American crime mystery/comedy-drama television series ‘Castle’ created by Andrew W. Marlowe. She played the role of ‘Detective/Captain Kate Beckett/ Vera Mulqueen’ and remained a part of the show until it went off-air in 2016. She next starred in films like ‘Truth About Kerry’ (2010), ‘For Lovers Only’ (2011), ‘The Double’ (2011), ‘Big Sur’ (2013), ‘Superman: Unbound’ (2013), ‘CBGB’ (2013), ‘The Rendezvous’ (2016), and ‘Lost in Florence’ (2017). In 2017, she became a part of the American thriller drama television series ‘Absentia’ where she grabbed the role of ‘Special Agent Emily Byrne.’ The series was canceled after 3 seasons in 2020. Katic last appeared in the 2021 American animated superhero film ‘Justice Society: World War II’ directed by Jeff Wamester. The film currently holds an 81% approval score on Rotten Tomatoes.
Following an assassination attempt by M's own bodyguard, James Bond travels to Italy and South America in the pursuit of Dominic Greene, a businessman and green technology developer eying to seize a large plot of land in Bolivia. The mission motivates Bond on a personal level as Greene is linked to the mysterious Quantum organization which blackmailed Vesper.
In New York City, in the 1970s, Hilly Kristal is going through several crises. Not only is he going through a divorce, but he was also forced to file bankruptcy for the second time. Along with his business partner, Kristal tries to convince his mother to lend them money to establish a bar named CBGB. He intends to turn it into a country music venue.
The Double is a 2011 action thriller film, which tells the story of a retired CIA operative who is paired with a young FBI agent to unravel the mystery of a senator’s murder. All signs point to a Soviet assassin, whom they try to hunt down, but circumstances eventually make them suspect each other.
Central City’s rookie cop Denny Colt, who is killed on duty by ruthless Octopus, returns as ‘The Spirit’ to hunt down his killer and to clear the crime from his city. Octopus is out to destroy the city to obtain the secret of immortality. During the pursuit of his nemesis, Spirit encounters a bevy of beauties, some of whom could prove treacherous.
Justice Society: World War II is an animated superhero film which takes us to the time of the Second World War, where Adolf Hitler, with the help of magical artifacts, invades most of Europe. In order to stop him, the Justice League of America is formed, consisting of Trevor, Black Canary, Hawkman, Hourman, Flash, and Wonder Woman.
Stana Katic Awards
|Winner||Favorite Crime Drama TV Actress||2016|
|Winner||Favorite Crime Drama TV Actress||2015|
|Winner||Favorite Dramatic TV Actress||2014|