The Cast Of “Empire Records” Looks Like Now Full Photo & Review

The Cast Of “Empire Records” Looks Like Now Full Photo & Review -

Liv Tyler as Corey

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Fun Fact: Liv Tyler’s costar, Coyote Shivers (who played Berko) was also her stepfather when the movie was filmed. Shivers was married to Tyler’s mother, Bebe Buell, from 1992-1998.

Johnny Whitworth as A.J.

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Fun Fact: Whitworth was friends with Tobey Maguire, who filmed scenes for the movie and is credited as “Andre” — though all his scenes were cut.

Renée Zellweger as Gina

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Fun Fact: Zellweger had a cameo in Dazed and Confused, alongside Empire Records costar Rory Cochrane (who played Slater). The two reportedly dated.

Rory Cochrane as Lucas

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Fun Fact: Roger Ebert only gave Empire Records 1.5 stars in his review of the film, but said both Cochrane and Tyler had “unmistakable screen presence.”

Robin Tunney as Debra

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Fun Fact: Angelina Jolie was originally considered for the role of Deb, but ultimately lost out to Tunney.

Anthony LaPaglia as Joe

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Fun Fact: During filming, Brendan Sexton III, who played Warren, allegedly crashed a golf cart into LaPaglia’s brand new SUV.

Ethan Embry as Mark

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Fun Fact: Embry has described Empire Records as “pretty damn silly.”

Debi Mazar as Jane

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Fun Fact: Mazar reportedly based Jane on Liz Rosenberg, Madonna’s publicist.

Coyote Shivers as Berko

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Fun Fact: In 2011, Shivers appeared in a movie called Hollywood Sex Wars.

Brendan Sexton III as Warren

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Fun Fact: Sexton auditioned for the character One-Sixteenth Black in Spike Lee’s Bamboozled.

Maxwell Caulfield as Rex Manning

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Fun Fact: There is indeed a full-length music video for “Say No More, Mon Amour” and you need to watch it right now.

The movie’s message remains ageless:

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