E.T. star Henry Thomas appears in Ouija: Origin of Evil

Remember the iconic and beloved blockbuster science-fantasy-fiction movie by Steven Spielberg titled E.T. - The Extra-Terrestrial way back in 1982.  

source This is young Henry Thomas as Elliot and ET way back in 1982.
The movie was about an alien who was accidentally left behind by his fellow aliens in a Californian forest.  He was left alone and stranded here on earth.  He was befriended by a young 10 year old boy named Elliot, who together with the help of his other siblings, took care of him and helped him find his way home. 
Elliot was played by Henry Thomas.   

source Henry Thomas as John Adams in Sons of Liberty
Henry Thomas, a Golden Globe, BAFTA Film Award and Saturn Award nominee, has appeared in a number of television series and has made numerous diverse and wide-range of films after E.T. such as Legends of the Fall, Niagara, Niagara, All The Pretty Horses, Gangs of New York, Dear John, Sons of Liberty, and the Jack Kerouac biopic - Big Sur, just to name a few.   The prolific actor was born on September 9, 1971.  He is also a good musician.

His latest film is the terrifying horror movie, Ouija: Origin of Evil.  

Henry Thomas appears as Father Tom Hogan.  Ouija: Origin of Evil is the prequel to the commercially-successful horror movie Ouija which was released on October 24, 2014 and was directed by Stiles White.  Now Ouija: Origin of Evil is co-written and directed by Mike Flanagan (who directed the hit psychological horror movie in 2013 - Oculus) and tells the story about a fortune teller and her two daughters set in 1967 Los Angeles and uses Ouija Board in her seances to contact dead spirit.  
Here is Henry Thomas as the troubled and tormented Father Tom Hogan in Universal Pictures' Ouija: Origin of Evil.  

E! Hollywood made a list of the 50 Cutest Child Stars All Grown Up List in 2005 and ranked Henry Thomas as Number 4.  Incidentally, Drew Barrymore, who also appeared with Henry Thomas in E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial as his younger sister is included in the list and is ranked number 3.  Watch the video below for your added entertainment.

Glad to see Henry Thomas still around and active after all those years.  More power and thank you for all those wonderful films you have made.


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