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Archer joins 'Cheer' squad at Revolution

25 September 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Anne Archer has joined the cast of Revolution Studios' Cheer Up, which is being directed by Stephen Herek. Production is set to begin Oct. 6 in Austin, Texas, with Brian Van Holt, Paget Brewster and Shea Whigham also starring. The comedy centers on a hard-edged Texas Ranger (Tommy Lee Jones) who is forced to go undercover as an assistant cheerleading coach to protect a group of college cheerleaders after they witness a murder. Archer plays a college professor who is Jones' love interest. Holt (Black Hawk Down) plays an FBI agent, and Whigham (Tigerland) plays Jones' fellow Texas Ranger. Brewster has been cast as Binky, the enthusiastic cheerleading coach. The film is being produced by Steven Reuther, Todd Garner and Allyn Stewart. Archer, whose credits include Rules of Engagement, Patriot Games and Fatal Attraction, is repped by Writers & Artists Agency. Holt is repped by CAA, while Brewster is repped by UTA and the Burstein Co. Whigham is repped by the Gersh Agency and Original Entertainment. »

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Film Council boosts 7 indie productions

8 August 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

LONDON -- Seven independent U.K. film productions have been granted development cash from the Film Council's lottery-supported Development Fund, the government-backed strategy body said Thursday. A total of £313,597 ($506,467) was dispensed, with £82,897 ($133,881) going to Reputation, a medical thriller based on a novel by Hugh Montgomery. Stephen Hopkins (The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, Under Suspicion) is directing a screenplay by Peter Iliff (Point Break, Patriot Games) for producer Sophie Balhetchet, whose credits include the television shows Table 12 and Rough Treatment. »

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Affleck Eyes Second Ryan Outing

24 March 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Superstar Ben Affleck is to reprise his role as CIA agent Jack Ryan in another screen outing. Affleck, who first played Ryan in the box office smash The Sum Of All Fears, is in negotiations with studio giant Paramount to star in Red Rabbit. In Red Rabbit the audience will get the opportunity to go back to the early days of Ryan's career when he debriefs a high-level defector and uncovers a plot to assassinate the Pope, which is designed to destabilize the Western world. Ryan was originally played by Alec Baldwin in The Hunt For The Red October and then by Harrison Ford in Patriot Games and Clear And Present Danger. »

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