Translation of costar in Spanish:


coprotagonista, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkoʊˌstɑr/ /ˈkəʊstɑː/


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    coprotagonista masculine, feminine

transitive verb costarring, costarred, costarred

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    the movie costars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman Humphrey Bogart e Ingrid Bergman coprotagonizan el film
    • costarring Peter Lorre con Peter Lorre
    • He seems not to be enjoying that shoot, a mega-budget production co-starring Jim Caviezel and Richard Harris.
    • The film co-stars John Alderton and includes a cameo by US talk show host Jay Leno.
    • The movie will co-star Johnny Depp as a Scotland Yard detective, his second outing with a magnifying glass after last year's Sleepy Hollow.
    • The movie co-stars Cuba Gooding Jr, Alec Baldwin, Jon Voight, Dan Aykroyd and model James King.
    • The movie co-stars the likes of previous Coen collaborator, Billy Bob Thornton, as a popular soap opera actor, whom Zeta-Jones hires to pose as a husband, and Geoffrey Rush, as the director of the actor's soap opera.
    • At the moment, Johansson is heading back to London to continue work on Woody Allen's next movie, an as yet untitled comedy co-starring Hugh Jackman.
    • The movie co-stars Emily Watson, Luis Guzman and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
    • It co-stars Jamie Sives, Bob Hoskins and Brenda Blethyn.
    • Suddenly you're appearing in an arthouse film, directed by Lynn Ramsay, based on the book by Alan Warner and co-starring the serious-about-her-craft Samantha Morton.
    • He's finishing up the hotly anticipated ‘King Kong’ which is co-starring Naomi Watts and coming out near Christmas.
    • The play, co-starring Timothy West as a bomb-disposal expert, is written by one ‘Terry Mackay’.
    • The comedy Olé has just been released in France, and he has also been announced for another Asterix romp, this one co-starring Alain Delon.
    • Keeley is about to start filming the new Michael Winterbottom movie, Tristram Shandy, co-starring Steve Coogan.
    • I also have a rather good one lined up co-starring the Duke of Kent.
    • She met Percy while she was preparing to tour America with the play Love Letters, co-starring George Hamilton.
    • Dracula, which co-stars Justine Waddell, Jonny Lee Miller and Christopher Plummer, brings Bram Stoker's legend forward to the year 2000.
    • She appeared in several films, including Zouzou, co-starring Jean Gabin.
    • For the moment he's playing Charlize Theron's father in the forthcoming remake of The Italian Job, co-starring Mark Wahlberg.
    • I recall seeing her in a very good gangster film set in the south of France and co-starring Rod Steiger and Edward G. Robinson.
    • He is currently working on Pay It Forward, which also co-stars 1998 Best Actress winner Helen Hunt.

intransitive verb costarring, costarred, costarred

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    to costar (with sb) actuar (con algn)