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New Cast Projects

June 1, 2003 at 10:28 pm by xoanon  - 

Bruce Allpress (Aldor) joins Mimi Rogers (Ginger Snaps, TV’s ‘X-Files’) in the familt action drama ‘Cave In’. The film is set in New Zealand.

Ian Holm (Bilbo) joins Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal and Sela Ward in the Sci-Fi drama ‘The Day After Tomorrow’. The story involves a climatologist (Quaid) who needs to figure out a way to save the world from abrupt global warming. He must get to his young son in New York, which is being taken over by a new ice age. The film is set for a May 2004 North American release.

Ian Holm (Bilbo) is also working with Natalie Portman and Zach Braff (who is also writing, directing and producing) in the comedy ‘Large’s Ark’.

Sean Bean (Boromir) lends his vocal talents and portrays ‘Dark’ in John Downer’s first directorial effort ‘Pride’. Bean stars alongside Helen Mirren, Robbie Williams, and Kate Winslet. The main story focuses on a pride of lions animals, who live in human-type set-ups. They defend each other and form allegiances. It will show how the lions cope when they come into conflict with other prides.

Marton Csokas (Celeborn) joins the cast of ‘The Great Raid’, a war drama directed by John Dahl (Rounders, Unforgettable).

David Wenham (Faramir) stars in a new caper comedy film ‘Gettin’ Square’. The film which recently wrapped shooting in Brisbane and the Gold Coast is directed by ‘Better Than Sex’ director Jonathan Teplitzky.

John Rhys-Davies (Gimli) is lending his voice to the animated film ‘Catching Kringle’, he stars alongside Danny DeVito and talk show great Larry King.

Bernard Hill (Theoden) can currently be seen walking the streets of Montreal while on hiatus from the film ‘Gothika’, his co-star Hallie Berry recently broke her arm during the production. The film is currently slated for an October 2003 release.

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