Contrafilm, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), Vincent Newman Entertainment's Action directed by Dan Bradley starring
"Jed Eckert", Josh Peck "Matt Eckert",
"Robert", Adrianne Palicki "Toni", Isabel Lucas "Erica Martin",
"Daryl Jenkins" and Jeffrey Dean Morgan "Tanner", Edwin Hodge "Danny", Alyssa Diaz "Julie", Julian Alcaraz "Greg",
Will Yun Lee
"Captain Cho", Brett Cullen "Tom Eckert", Michael Beach "Major Jenkins", Fernando Funan Chien "Lt. Pak". Producers: Beau Flynn, Tripp Vinson. Executive Producers: Kevin Halloran, Vincent Newman. Screenwriters: Carl Ellsworth, Jeremy Passmore. Production Designer: Dominic Watkins. Supervising Art Director: Tom Reta. Art Director: Gina Cranham. Director of Photography: Michell Amundsen. Costume Designer: Catherine George. Set Designer: Dan Clancy. Stunt Coordinator: Darrin Presscott. Military Coordinator: Jon Barton. Football Coordinator: Mark Ellis. Composer: Ramin Djawadi. RELEASE DATE: 21 NOVEMBER 2012 (USA)
RED DAWN Contrafilm, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), Vincent Newman Entertainment's Action directed by Dan Bradley starring Chris Hemsworth.
HIT AND RUN Primate Pictures, Kim and Jim Productions, Panay Films' Action, Comedy, Romance, directed by David Palmer, Dax Shepard starring Dax Shepard.
END OF WATCH Open Road Films' Action, Thriller directed by David Ayer starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Peña, Natalie Martinez, Anna Kendrick, David Harbour.
SILENT HILL: REVELATION 3D Davis-Films, Konami, Silent Hill 2 DCP's horror – pure, dark, intense visceral, psychological and character driven horror.
RED DAWN The fight begins at dawn. See Red Dawn in theaters Nov 21.
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ABOUT THE CREW: DAN BRADLEY (Director) is a second-unit director and stunt coordinator-turned-director. Included among his long list of film credits for action design are: "The Bourne Supremacy," "The Bourne Ultimatum" and "Quantum of Solace". He has worked on “Independence Day,” “Spider-Man 2,” “Spider-Man 3,” “Superman Returns,” “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,“ and “Where The Wild Things Are”. Bradley served as the stunt coordinator and second unit for the car chase scenes in “The Dukes of Hazzard” film. Johnny Knoxville praised him saying, "everyone in Hollywood wants Dan Bradley to shoot their car stuff," and cited him as a factor in Knoxville taking a leading role in the film. Bradley was born in Burbank and grew up in Reseda in the San Fernando Valley. He attended Cal State Northridge Film School, though he never graduated. As a youngster Bradley wasn't into sports at all; he was scuba diving by the age of thirteen. He was also a member of the Sierra Club and learned how to repel and climb tricky and technical rock faces before the age of sixteen. His father was a community theater director, and he has five brothers who all learned how to stage fight by the age of seven. Bradley and his brothers would ‘stage fight’ on their front lawn. It was realistic enough that people would stop their cars to break it up. Many of those daredevil activities that Bradley concentrated on as a kid translated into his film career. Bradley will next be directing the supernatural action feature “Hellified” for Paramount Pictures. It’s based on an Andy Burg penned script that details a supernatural action-adventure journey into the depths of hell. CARL ELLSWORTH (Screenwriter), a native of Louisville, Kentucky, wrote the screenplay for DreamWorks’ film “Red Eye,” directed by Wes Craven. He also co-wrote D.J. Caruso’s hit thriller “Disturbia,” starring Shia LaBeouf before re-teaming with Wes Craven and producer Marianne Maddalena to co-write the script for “The Last House on the Left,” the 2009 remake of Craven’s horror cult classic. Ellsworth’s television writing credits include episodes of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Xena: Warrior Princess.” He has also written forthcoming episodes of the computer-animated series “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” for executive producer George Lucas. Ellsworth is currently working on “The Apparition,” a modern haunted house thriller for Warner Bros. and producer Joel Silver’s Dark Castle Entertainment as well as re-writing the upcoming thriller “C.O.D.” for Paramount Pictures. MITCHELL AMUNDSEN (Director of Photography) most recently shot the blockbuster “G.I. Joe” starring Dennis Quaid and Channing Tatum, “Transformers” starring Shia LaBeouf, Luc Besson’s “Transporter II” starring Jason Statham and Alessandro Gassman, “Hannah Montana / Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour,” shot in Disney Digital 3D, “Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience” and “Wanted” starring Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy and Morgan Freeman. Amundsen was recently one of a select group of top cinematographers asked to shoot concert footage for Martin Scorsese’s documentary on the Rolling Stones, “Shine a Light,” during the band’s ‘A Bigger Band’ tour. The distinguished group of cinematographers included Stuart Dryburgh, Robert Elswit, Tony C. Jannelli, Ellen Kuras, Andres Lensie, Emmanuel Lubezki, Albert Maysles, Anastas N. Michos, Declan Quinn and Robert Richardson. Amundsen made the jump to cinematography after working for over 15 years to become one of the leading camera operators in motion pictures, television, commercials and videos. Some of his credits as the director of photography for second unit include: “Mission: Impossible III,” “Eight Below,” “The Dukes of Hazzard,” “The Island,” “National Treasure,” “The Bourne Supremacy,” “Seabiscuit,” “Bad Boys 2,” “Pearl Harbor,” and “Edtv,” to name but a few. KIRK FRANCIS (Production Sound Mixer) has been specializing in motion picture sound since 1969. He has mixed production sound for over 60 feature films worldwide including: “Bull Durham,” “Under Fire,” “Mr. Holland’s Opus,” “Sleepless in Seattle” and “Tin Cup”. He won the 2008 Academy Award and two BAFTA awards for “The Bourne Ultimatum” and he was nominated for an Academy Award in 1998 for “L.A. Confidential”. He has received three Cinema Audio Society Award nominations for his work on “L.A. Confidential,” “The Bourne Supremacy” and “The Bourne Ultimatum”. Francis was born is 1947 in Oakland, California and his favorite recreational activities include falconry, fly casting and the Hawaiian steel guitar.
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ABOUT THE CAST: CHRIS HEMSWORTH (Jed Eckert) has become one of the most sought after actors in Hollywood. He recently starred in the 3rd highest grossing film of all time, Marvel’s THE AVENGERS, alongside an all-star cast including Robert Downey Jr., Samuel L. Jackson and Scarlett Johansson. He also starred in Universal's SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN opposite Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron, which debuted at #1 at the box office. Earlier this year, Hemsworth shot the lead role in Ron Howard's drama, RUSH, in which he plays British Formula One driver James Hunt. Last year, Hemsworth was introduced to audiences as the title character in Marvel’s THOR, directed by Kenneth Branagh. He is currently in production in London on the franchise’s next installment, THOR 2. Recently, Hemsworth was in the Joss Whedon scripted CABIN IN THE WOODS and also appears in Dan Bradley's remake of RED DAWN in the role originated by Patrick Swayze. Hemsworth made his US film debut in JJ Abrams' STAR TREK, playing the pivotal role of 'George Kirk' alongside Chris Pine and Zoe Saldana. His previous films include Relativity Media/Rogue Pictures' A PERFECT GETAWAY opposite Timothy Olyphant and CA$H opposite Sean Bean. Hemsworth was born and raised in Australia. He supports the Australian Childhood Foundation. ADRIANNE PALICKI (Toni) is best known for her critically acclaimed role on NBC’s “Friday Night Lights,” but will soon be seen in the remake of “Red Dawn” where she stars as ‘Toni,’ the role originated by Jennifer Grey. In an ensemble cast including Chris Hemsworth, Josh Peck and Connor Cruise, the film follows a group of teenagers looking to save their town from an invasion of North Korean soldiers. Distributed by Paramount Pictures, the film will release on November 21, 2012. Palicki will also be seen on the big screen in Jon M. Chu’s “G.I. Joe Retaliation” as ‘Lady Jaye.’ The film also stars D.J. Cotrona, Ray Stevenson, Channing Tatum, Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson. The sequel follows the G.I. Joes, who have been wrongfully terminated, as they fight off against Zartan and his accomplices. Lorenzo di Bonaventura is the producer on the sequel and will be released worldwide on March 29, 2013. In 2010, she was seen starring in Sony Pictures’ epic film “Legion.” Paul Bettany stars as the archangel ‘Michael,’ the only one standing between mankind and an apocalypse after God loses faith in humanity. Man's lone hope rests with a group of strangers who must deliver a baby that they realize is Christ in his second coming. Palicki plays ‘Charlie,’ the woman carrying the child. The cast also includes Dennis Quaid, Kate Walsh and Lucas Black. Palicki also starred in the 2009 independent comedy “Women In Trouble” opposite Carla Gugino, Josh Brolin, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Connie Britton and Marley Shelton. She has also completed production on “Elektraluxx” a sequel to “Women in Trouble.” From 2006-2009, Palicki starred as a series regular in the first three seasons of the acclaimed NBC drama series “Friday Night Lights,” opposite Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton. “Friday Night Lights” is based on the book and film by the same name which follows a small-town, top-ranked high school football team and the lives surrounding it. Adrianne portrayed “Tyra Collette” and received critical praise for the role. Palicki was born and raised in Ohio. She made the decision to move to Los Angeles when she decided to pursue an acting career. Her first project was director John Woo’s television remake of the classic program “Lost in Space,” where she played Judy Robinson. Among her television credits are “North Shore,” South Beach” and “CSI.” She had a recurring role as “Super Girl” on “Smallville,” and continues to appear in a recurring role on “Supernatural.” Palicki loves to paint and collects and reads comic books. She resides in Los Angeles. CONNOR CRUISE (Daryl Jenkins) is known as a DJ that mixes an electric mix of artists and musical genres including Amy Winehouse, Drake, Whitney Houston, Lykke Li and Avicii. His unique and fresh style has caught the attention of celebrity supporters Nick Cannon and Jamie Foxx, amongst others. Cruise has deejayed at celebrity-packed events such as the 2012 Comic Con IGN Party for Resident Evil 6; 2012 Children Mending Hearts Spring Benefit; XBOX Miracle Of Music Benefit in honor of the 2011 American Music Awards; Nickelodeon’s 2011 Teen Nick HALO Awards; People Magazine’s SAG Awards After Party; Direct TV’s 2012 Beach Bowl After Party at the XLVI Superbowl; and the Hard Rock Hotel’s 2012 Coachella party. He has also spun at Hollywood hot spots The Colony, Siren Studios and The Hyde Bellagio in Las Vegas. Cruise made his acting debut in SEVEN POUNDS opposite Will Smith, Rosario Dawson and Woody Harrelson. WILL YUN LEE (Captain Cho), one of People Magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” is an emerging talent on the big and small screens. He is an actor with an unusual depth that sets him apart from other rising young Asian American actors. This summer, Lee can be seen as Mazarin in the ABC Family television show “Fallen,” co-starring Bryan Cranston and Paul Wesley. Adding to his television credits, Lee most recently starred in the NBC drama “Bionic Woman” as specialized operations leader Jae Kim. “Bionic Woman” is a re-imagination of the classic from David Eick (“Battlestar Galactica”) and Jason Smilovic (“Kidnapped”). Recent television credits include the FX series “Thief”. On the big screen, Lee starred opposite Jennifer Garner in the 20th Century Fox film “Elektra”. Lee also starred in the independent film “Face,” directed by Bertha Bay-Sa Pan, which premiered in the dramatic competition at Sundance. He is well known for his role as Jimmy Nguyen in the critically acclaimed “What’s Cooking” which opened the festival in 2000. Other film credits include Warner Bros’ “Torque” and MGM’s ‘007’ adventure “Die Another Day”. On the small screen he is well known for his portrayal of Danny Woo on TNT’s “Witchblade”. He co-starred in the series opposite Yancy Butler for its two seasons. Born in Arlington, Virginia to parents who had recently emigrated from Korea, Lee’s character was nourished both by the traditional values of his family and the decidedly unspiritual socio-economic climate of the 80’s. He was raised by both immediate and extended family and moved often, exposed to life on the tough Bronx streets and idyllic Hawaiian beaches. By his teens he was living in the San Francisco area with his father, a Korean Tae Kwan Do grand master. Lee also became an accomplished martial artist, and won an athletic scholarship to the University of California at Berkley. While in school, Lee worked at East Bay Asian Youth Center, teaching high-risk teens from ghetto neighborhoods, not unlike those he had known as a child in the Bronx. It was there that his ongoing commitment to young people began, and continues to play an important role in his life today. It was also at this time that he became seriously interested in acting. After landing a role in “Nash Bridges,” he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career. Guest starring roles in series such as “Profiler” and “Brimstone” led to a role in the TV movie “The Disciples” for UPN, and soon after to “What’s Cooking” and “Witchblade”. At home in Los Angeles, Lee continues to teach martial arts and study acting, drawn to them both because “neither can ever be completely mastered”. Copyright © 2012 FilmDistrict.