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Vannak örök balekok. Harry jó szándékú srác, kisstílű tolvaj és valahogy mégsem sikerül neki soha semmi. Karácsony után betör egy játékboltba, és megszólal a riasztó. Menekülnie kell, ő pedig végső kétségbeesésében egy színészmeghallgatáson bújik el. Mire felocsúdna, már Hollywoodban van: detektívet kell majd játszania, és hogy felkészüljön a szerepére, egy macsó magándetektív gondjaira bízzák.

A detektív persze utálja új munkáját. Elvégre ő kemény, szűkszavú, megvesztegethetetlen... és meleg. Gyűlölet ez első látásra, de még csak a kezdet: hamarosan feltűnik a színen egy sikerre éhes színésznő, akinek a nyomában hullák, holttestek és tetemek jelennek meg, bármerre jár, családi titkok lepleződnek le, nő a káosz, és aki csak találkozik vele, életveszélybe kerül. Aztán vagy meghal, vagy megcsókolják. Esetleg mind a kettő.

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Hollywood

Hollywood az Amerikai Egyesült Államokban, Kalifornia államban található Los Angeles városrésze. Az egész világon az amerikai filmipar központjaként ismerik. A kaliforniai Los Angeles Hollywoodként ismert része Wilcoxné asszonynak köszönheti nevét, aki 1886-ban telepedett le családjával ezen a területen, hogy nyugdíjas éveit az itt megvásárolt hatalmas tanyán töltsék. 1891-től földjüket elkezdték kiparcellázni és eladni. 1903-ban az egyre terebélyesedő közösségből létrejött a ranch eredeti nevéről Hollywoodlandnek nevezett kis falu. 1910-ben csatlakozott Los Angeles városához a csatornarendszer kihasználása miatt. Los Angeles közelében egy messzire világító felirat hirdeti az amerikai filmipar fővárosát, Hollywoodot. Kialakulásának helye egyáltalán nem véletlen. Táji háttere, épített környezete a világ minden álmának, kitalált történetének megfelelő helyszínt ad. Volt és van itt minden: a svájci Alpokra hasonlító hegyek, szaharai sivatag, angliai rét, trópusi dzsungel. Hatalmas díszletvárosában pedig felépítették az amerikai kisvárost, az angliai kiskocsmát, a bajorországi teret, a párizsi bisztrót, az olasz pizzériát – akár egy háztömbön belül. A film-, tévé-, hang- és technikai stúdiók szervezetten látogathatók is. A nyitott trolikkal érkezőket végigvezetik ezeken – és beavatják a régebbi és jelenlegi felvételek rejtelmeibe. Trükkfelvételek segítségével láthatják kedvenc sorozatuk főszereplőit. Átélhetik az összes lavinát, vízözönt, vagy űrhajós inváziót, amit valaha is láthattak a mozikban. A filmes helyszín azonban ma már főleg mást jelent Hollywoodban. Például, a Titanic katasztrófáját felidéző film tomboló, pusztító, félelmetes tengeri viharát számítógépen szimulálták.

Corbin Bernsen

Corbin Dean Bernsen (born September 7, 1954) is an American actor and director, known for his work on television. He is known for his roles as divorce attorney Arnold Becker on the NBC drama series L.A. Law,[1] as Dr. Alan Feinstone in The Dentist, as retired police detective Henry Spencer on the USA Network comedy-drama series Psych, and as Roger Dorn in the films Major League, Major League II, and Major League: Back to the Minors. He has also appeared regularly on other shows, including General Hospital and Cuts.

Corbin Bernsen

Corbin Bernsen made his initial mark on the seminal television series L.A. Law as opportunistic divorce lawyer "Arnie Becker" earning him multiple Emmy and Golden Globe nominations over the show's eight-year run. He proved along the way the role was not to be a dead-end stereotype, maintaining a steady career in both television and film over the course of three decades. Moreover, his intent devotion to his career and love for the craft has compelled him in recent years to climb into the producer/writer, and director's chair. Born in North Hollywood, California, on September 7, 1954, Corbin was raised in and around the entertainment business. The eldest of three children, his father film and television producer Harry Bernsen and mother, veteran actress Jeanne Cooper encouraged him to continue the family tradition. After high school he originally attended UCLA with the intention of pursuing law, but instead, he went on to receive a BFA in Theatre Arts and MFA in Playwriting. He worked on the Equity-waiver L.A. stage circuit as both actor and set designer, making his film debut as a bit player in his father's picture Three the Hard Way. He then set his sights on New York in the late 70s. In the early years he carved out a living as a carpenter building rooftop decks in NYC that still stand to this day. Then in 1983 he landed the role of "Ken Graham" on daytime's Ryan's Hope and he put his tool belt away. This break led to an exclusive deal with NBC and eventually the TV role in L.A. Law. The perks of his "newly-found stardom" on L.A. Law included a hosting stint on Saturday Night Live and the covers of numerous major magazines. Not one to settle for what he knew could be fleeting comfort, he worked diligently to parlay his small screen success into a diverse resume of feature film roles, both starring and supporting, often enjoying the challenge of portraying unsympathetic characters with an infusion of charm and likability. He co-starred as Shelley Long's egotistical husband in the reincarnation comedy Hello Again; played an equally vain Hollywood star in the musical comedy Bert Rigby, You're a Fool; and starred as a disorganized ringleader of a band of crooks in the bank caper Disorganized Crime. He capped the 1980s decade opposite Charlie Sheen and Tom Berenger in the box office hit Major League, which took advantage of his natural athleticism, playing ballplayer-cum-owner "Roger Dorn". Two sequels followed. Other notable feature film work includes the mystery thriller Shattered, directed by Wolfgang Peterson, which re-teamed him with Tom Berenger, Stephen Frears' Lay The Favorite, and a turn opposite Robert Downey Jr. in Shane Black's Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. On the TV front, he has appeared in many MOW's including Line of Fire: The Morris Dees Story as the famed civil rights attorney who founded the Southern Poverty Law Center. Topping it off, Corbin's title role in the horror/ thriller The Dentist for HBO had audiences developing a similar paranoia of tooth doctors as Anthony Perkins invoked decades before to motel clerks. As spurned husband-turned-crazed dentist "Dr. Alan Feinstone", Corbin reached cult horror status. The movie spawned a sequel in which he also served as a producer. Most recently, he has reunited with Dentist director Brian Yuzna on a slate of films exploring similar themes starting with "The Plastic Surgeon." More recently Bernsen wrapped eight seasons on USA Network's hit series Psych as Henry Spencer playing James Roday's retired cop father who taught his "fake psychic," crime solving son everything he knows. In 2006 he formed his own production company, Team Cherokee Productions to exert more creative control over his projects and begin exploring material both as writer, director and producer. Today that company has taken root as Home Theater Films, an early player in the Faith and Family film genre. The company has explored a wide variety of themes beginning with the film "Rust" which was distributed by Sony Pictures. With five other films under their belt, including "25 Hill," "Beyond the Heavens," "Christian Mingle" starring Lacey Chabert, and the upcoming "Jesse and Naomi," Home Theater Films has firmly carved a niche and name in this lucrative genre. Corbin has been happily married (since 1988) to British actress Amanda Pays who most recently be seen on "The Flash." They have appeared together in the sci-fi film Spacejacked and the TV-movies Dead on the Money and The Santa Trap, among others. The couple has four sons. Never one to become complacent or fall prey to the hype - a lesson learned from his mother - he still practices his carpenter skills at home as he continues to write, produce, and direct. Perseverance and dedication has played a large part in his continued success. Having a savvy take-charge approach hasn't hurt either -- characteristics worthy of many of the characters he's explored on screen. Corbin Bernsen stars as Henry Spencer in the sixth season of the USA Network original series PSYCH, also starring James Roday and Dule Hill. Bernsen is also forging ahead as a prolific writer, producer and director, creating films for his Home Theater Films production and distribution banner. As an actor, Bernsen recently completed a role as actress Rebecca Hall's father in the indie comedy Lay The Favorite starring Bruce Willis, Vince Vaughn and Catherine Zeta Jones, directed by Stephen Frears. He also appears in the comedy The Big Year, directed by David Frankel for Fox 2000, starring Owen Wilson, Jack Black and Steve Martin. For his Home Theater Films distribution banner, Bernsen recently completed writing, producing, directing and starring in the All-American Soap Box Derby film, 25 Hill which also stars Nathan Gamble (Dolphin Tale), Rolonda Watts (Days of Our Lives), Bailee Madison (Don't Be Afraid of the Dark), Tim Omundson (Psych, Mission Impossible III), Maureen Flannigan (7th Heaven, A Day Without A Mexican), Ralph Waite (The Bodyguard), Meg Foster (They Live) and Michael Tucker (LA Law, D2: The Mighty Ducks) which he shot on location in Akron, Ohio. Bernsen also just completed starring, writing and directing Barlowe Mann, an inspirational family drama. The film is a co-production between Home Theater Films and the small town of Provost, Alberta, Canada (Population: 2000) which helped finance the film, which stars Bernsen, Nathan Gamble (Dolphin Tale, Batman Returns), Dendrie Taylor (The Fighter ) and Bruce Davison (X-Men). Previously, Bernsen starred in, wrote, produced and directed the drama Rust, for his production company in which Bernsen plays a minister who returns to his hometown to make sense of the aftermath of a local tragedy. The film, shot in the small town of Kipling, Canada, was released by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in October 2010. Bernsen earned his Master's in Playwriting from UCLA's Theater Arts Department, later receiving a Drama-Logue Award for his scenic design of the Pilot Theater production of American Buffalo. After moving to New York and appearing in the off-Broadway production of Lone Star and a touring company of Plaza Suite, he became a regular for two years on the daytime drama Ryan's Hope. Roles in Blake Edwards' S.O.B., King Kong and Eat My Dust, in addition to guest starring credits on a number of episodic mainstays, prompted an exclusive deal with NBC, which led to his role as Arnie Becker, the shrewd and handsome divorce attorney on the long-running L.A. Law series. L.A. Law catapulted Bernsen to overnight stardom. During the late 80's and early 90's, he appeared on over 50 magazine covers and earned both Emmy and Golden Globe nominations, hosted Saturday Night Live, and appeared on Seinfeld and The Larry Sanders Show. In the feature film arena, he starred in the motion picture comedy Hello Again, followed by other critically acclaimed roles in Disorganized Crime, Wolfgang Peterson's Shattered, and as Cleveland Indians third baseman-turned-owner Roger Dorn in the extremely popular Major League series of films. Other film credits include Tales From the Hood and Great White Hype and he starred opposite Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer in the Warner Brothers feature Kiss, Kiss Bang Bang, written and directed by Shane Black ("Lethal Weapon"). Bernsen has also starred in an impressive string of films for television including the romance western Love Comes Softly for The Hallmark Channel with Katherine Heigl, Right To Die, a film in the Showtime series Masters Of Horror; Line of Fire: The Morris Dees Story, in which he portrayed the role of civil rights lawyer Morris Dees; and Love Can Be Murder, as a gumshoe ghost in the lighthearted NBC mystery romance with Jaclyn Smith. Other telefilm roles include Full Circle, Riddler's Moon, The Dentist, The Dentist II, Two of Hearts and USA Network's Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss. guest star roles on the primetime series Law And Order: Criminal Intent, NYPD Blue, West Wing, Boston Legal, The New Adventures Of Old Christine, Criminal Minds and Castle. In addition to his acting, producing, writing and directing chores, Corbin has one of the largest snow globe collections in the world, in excess of over 8000, which he keeps displayed at his production company. The eldest of three children, Bernsen was born in North Hollywood to a producer father and his mother, actress Jeanne Cooper who has starred as Katherine Chancellor on the CBS soap The Young And The Restless for over 38 years who he continues to draw inspiration from. Bernsen makes his home in Los Angeles with his wife, actress Amanda Pays and their four sons.

Michelle Monaghan

Michelle Monaghan (Winthrop, Iowa, USA, 1976. március 29. –) amerikai színésznő. Szülei, Sharon és Robert John Monaghan egyetlen lánya. Két bátyja van, illetve két saját gyermeke is. Miután végzett az iowai középiskolában, újságírást tanult 3 évig a chicagói Columbia Egyetemen. A főiskolára való pénzt modellkedéssel kereste meg. 1999-ben otthagyta az iskolát és New Yorkba ment, hogy teljes állásban modellkedhessen. Beutazta a világot és sorra hódította meg a kifutókat Milánóban, Tokióban, Szingapúrban és Hongkongban is. Nagyon élvezte, ha fotói neves magazinokban jelentek meg. 2005 augusztusában férjhez ment Pete White-hoz, akit öt évvel korábban egy manhattani partin ismert meg.

Michelle Monaghan

Michelle Lynn Monaghan was born on March 23, 1976, in Winthrop, Iowa. She is the youngest of three children and the only daughter of Sharon (Hamel), who ran a day care center, and Robert L. Monaghan, a factory worker and farmer. She is of mostly Irish and German descent. After graduating from high school in Iowa, she studied journalism for three years at Chicago's Columbia College. In order to pay for college, she took a job as a model. In 1999, she quit college and moved to New York to work full-time as a fashion model. She traveled the world doing stints on the runways in Milan, Singapore, Tokyo, and Hong Kong, and also enjoyed appearances in a number magazines and catalogs. In 2000, she made her TV debut in two episodes of _"Young Americans" (2000)_ (qv), then appeared in _"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (1999)_ (qv). She made her big screen debut with a small role of Henrietta in _Perfume (2001)_ (qv). Monaghan shot to fame in 2002 when she co-starred as Kimberly Woods for one season on the TV series _"Boston Public" (2000)_ (qv). After appearances in several supporting roles, she starred opposite 'Robert Downey Jr.' (qv) and 'Val Kilmer' (qv) in the black comedy _Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)_ (qv). Later in 2005, Monaghan was filming in China, Italy, and the United States on _Mission: Impossible III (2006)_ (qv), as the female lead opposite 'Tom Cruise' (qv). In August of 2005, in Sydney, Australia, Michelle Monaghan married her long-time sweetheart, Peter White, a New York based graphic designer, whom she met at a Manhattan party five years earlier.

Robert Downey Jr.

Robert John Downey, Jr. ( Manhattan, New York, 1965. április 4. –) háromszoros Golden Globe-díjas amerikai színész és énekes. Robert John Downey Jr. a New York-i Greenwich Village-ben született az underground filmes Robert Downey Sr. és Elsie Downey fiaként. Nővére az író-színésznő Allyson Downey. Első szerepét apja Pound című filmjében kapta, mindössze ötévesen egy kutyust alakított. Húszévesen csatlakozott a híres Saturday Night Live stábjához egy szezon erejéig. Ezután Hollywoodba költözött. 1987-ben megkapta első főszerepét James Toback rendező The Pick-up Artist című filmjében. Ugyanebben az évben eljátszotta a drogfüggő Julian Wellst a Less Than Zero című filmben. 1992-ben Charles Chaplin legendás alakját kelthette életre Richard Attenborough Chaplin című filmjében. Kivételes alakításáért Oscar-díjra jelölték. 2000-ben vendégszerepelt az Ally McBeal című vígjátéksorozatban, ahol az ügyvéd Larry Paul karakterét keltette életre, aki Ally szeretője lett. A sorozatban nyújtott alakításáért Golden Globe-díjjal jutalmazták. Downey a sorozatban megmutatta, hogy énekelni is tud, nem csak színészkedni, amikor elénekelte Joni Mitchell River és Chances Are című dalait duettben Vonda Sheparddal és az Every Breath You Take című dalt Stinggel. 2005-ben kiadta saját lemezét The Futurist címmel.

Val Kilmer

Val Edward Kilmer (Los Angeles, Kalifornia, 1959. december 31. –) amerikai színész Apai ági ősei között írek, skótok, németek is akadnak, anyai ágról viszont svéd származású. Már egész fiatalon feltűnt színészi, énekesi és írói tehetsége. 1976-ban a Juilliard színészképző-program legfiatalabb diákja volt. 1984-ben szerepelt először filmben, a Top Secret című paródiában. 1986-ban feltűnt Tom Cruise mellett a Top Gun című filmben. Első jelentős szerepét a Willow című fantasyban kapta 1988-ban. A kritikusok és a nézők Oliver Stone 1991-es The Doors című filmjében figyeltek fel rá. Egy évvel később következett a Viharszív című film. A későbbiekben olyan filmekben szerepelt mint a Tiszta románc (1993), a Tombstone - Halott város (1993), vagy a Mindörökké Batman (1995). 1996-ban Marlon Brando mellett feltűnt a Dr. Moreau szigete című fantasy-horrorban. 1997-ben Az Angyal mozifilmváltozatában Simon Templart, az „Angyalt” alakította. 2000-ben még eljátszotta A vörös bolygó című sci-fi főszerepét, de a film csúfosan megbukott a pénztáraknál, ezután kevésbé fontos filmekben kapott szerepet, a legtöbbjük csak DVD-n megjelent, olcsóbb költségvetésű film volt.

Val Kilmer

Val Kilmer was born in Los Angeles, to Gladys (Ekstadt) and Eugene Kilmer, a real estate developer and aerospace equipment distributor. His mother, born in Indiana, was from a Swedish family, and his father was from Texas. Val studied at Hollywood's Professional's School and, in his teens, entered Juilliard's drama program. His professional acting career began on stage, and he still participates in theater; he played Hamlet at the 1988 Colorado Shakespeare Festival. His film debut was in the 1984 spoof _Top Secret! (1984)_ (qv), wherein he starred as blond rock idol Nick Rivers. He was in a number of films throughout the 1980s, including the 1986 smash _Top Gun (1986)_ (qv). Despite his obvious talent and range, it wasn't until his astonishingly believable performance as 'Jim Morrison (I)' (qv) in 'Oliver Stone (I)' (qv)'s _The Doors (1991)_ (qv) that the world sat up and took notice. Kilmer again put his good baritone to use in the movie, performing all of the concert pieces. Since then, he has played two more American legends, 'Elvis Presley' (qv) in _True Romance (1993)_ (qv) and Doc Holliday in _Tombstone (1993)_ (qv). In July 1994, it was announced that Kilmer would be taking over the role of Batman/Bruce Wayne from 'Michael Keaton' (qv).

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