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Hirsch continued to star in Italian film The Motel Life before acting in the Bonnie and Clyde miniseries alongside Desmond Phillips and Sarah Hyland.Hirsch starred alongside Paul Rudd in Prince Avalanche (recently screened at Sundance Film Festival) - a comedy drama about two highway road workers who find the isolated landscape turns out to be a misadventure away from their city lives.
The film followed a group of Catholic school friends who planned to perform an outrageous prank that would make them local legends.The film was a mysterious drama about a dysfunctional family and displayed Emile In a new more diverse role.Hirsch worked with box office hit director Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight, Red Riding Hood) in an early cult hit, Lords of Dogtown about the surf and skateboarding movements in the 1970's.Hirsch was nominated for 'Best Kiss' at the 2005 MTV awards.Hirsch was then part of an all-star cast including: Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Williams and Jeff Daniels in Imaginary Heroes.Hirsch was cast in first mainstream role in teen, comedy romance The Girl Next Door.
The film received mainstream critical applause and wider recognition among teenage viewers.
Hirsch worked alongside Heath Ledger and received critical praise for his role as Jay.
Hirsch then continued to act through feature film Drama's such as Alpha Dog (2006) and The Air I Breathe (2007) before being cast in the biopic about controversial character Christopher Mc Candless in Sean Penn's, Into The Wild.
The film followed Speed, a young man who aspires to be champion of the racing world with help from his family and his high-tech Mach 5 automobile.
Hirsch watched every previous episode of Speed Racer and went to Lowe's Motor Speedway, where he met and got advice from race car driver Jimmy Johnson in order to prepare for his role.
Hirsch went through physical training and conditioning, in order to lose 40 pounds for the role and prepare him for the harsh and dangerous conditions which he would have to face during filming.