|US Release Date||11/30/1976|
Mrs. Doubtfire shimself would see this.
A film divided against itself cannot stand.
Robert Redford was determined to land James Mcavoy and Robin Wright as the stars of his new film The Conspirator, insisting "there was no other consideration" for the lead roles.
The premiere of Robert Redford's new film The Conspirator was given a last-minute reprieve on Sunday (10Apr11) after Washington, D.C.'s famed Ford's Theatre came under threat from U.S. budget cuts.
Robert Redford will be first out of the gate with an Abraham Lincoln-themed film, the Risky Business blog reports.
Though fun and educational for kids, this sequel offers so few new ideas it probably belongs in a museum itself.
Director Oliver Stone wants to make a movie about terrorism in the wake of Sept. 11 attacks but think it will be incredibly difficult.
|Bradford Dillman||Actor||John Wilkes Booth||1||1000001|
|Robert Middleton||Actor||Secretary of War Edward Stanton||1||1000002|
|John Anderson||Actor||Abraham Lincoln||1||1000003|
|Henning Schellerup||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
|Martin Dreffke||Camera Operator||n/a||239||6000002|
|William Cornford||Art Director||art direction||183||9000001|
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