In 1999, video game cinema was not much more different than it is now. In short, it was terrible. One of the leading guilty parties was 'Wing Commander,' an adaptation of the extremely popular PC space-shooter franchise. While the video sequences for the games starred the likes of Mark Hamill and Malcom McDowell, the feature could only draw actors from the severely less talented pool of teen heartthrobs like Freddie Prinze, Jr and Matthew Lillard. It's not that hard to understand why this is one of the most universally panned video game movies of all time. The only question is, what in the world ever happened to these people?