Baz Luhrmann, George Miller, Robert Luketic, Alex Proyas and Phillip Noyce have carved out impressive careers in Hollywood over the past three decades. A second wave of directors are also now carving out impressive Us careers . and flying under the radar in their homeland.
Richard Gray recently finished filming The Lookalike . a Us thriller/crime comedy starring Justin Long and Luis Guzman . which was filmed in New Orleans and the Bahamas. The filmmaker has made four feature films (two shot in the Us) since Australian romance Summer Coda in 2010 and is currently promoting his Australian Rules drama Blinder, which will be seen on more than 100 screens from March 7.
.I'm such a fortunate guy,. Gray said by email. .I have a tremendous team and we've basically worked seven days a week for last five years to get us into a position where we can do what we love regularly. It's all »
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