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BROKEDOWN PALACE Original 5 PHOTO Press Kit CLAIRE DANES Kate Beckinsale  1999
 

BROKEDOWN PALACE Original 5 PHOTO Press Kit CLAIRE DANES Kate Beckinsale 1999

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Great ORIGINAL Press Kit thatwas ONLY given out to the press to promote this movie prior to it's initial release.The press kit folder features the a 9 X 12 folder with a booklet containing pages & pages of publicity on the movie, cast, credits, the production, and 5 black & white 8 X 10 photos. It was used to promote the 1999 Drama, Thriller,Brokedown PalaceDirector:Jonathan KaplanScreenplay by Adam Fields & David ArataWhat is your dream? How far would you go? Who could you trust?Two women are arrested for smuggling while vacationing in Thailand.Alice and Darlene, friends since birth, have just finished high school. They are planning a summer vacation in Hawaii, but they hear Bangkok is even better. They leave... without telling their parents about the change in plans. Bangkok's fun, but they're not crazy about their $6 accommodation. They try for a swim at a luxury hotel, but then there's some trouble when it's time to pay for their drinks. They're rescued by a roving software consultant, Nick Parks, an Australian. Nick's a good guy, although he can't decide which girl he's after. He tells the pair that Hong Kong is great, and he's willing to exchange his first class plane ticket for three economy... The girls rush to catch their flight out. At the airport police arrive suddenly. The girls have heroin in their backpack... Darlene's father has no luck freeing the girls from prison, even when he looks for help from the local DEA agents. But there's a sleazy lawyer, Hank Green, who may be able to do something, for a price... The entire cast included: Claire Danes...Alice MaranoKate Beckinsale...Darlene DavisBill Pullman...Hank GreeneJacqueline Kim...Yon GreeneLou Diamond Phillips...Roy KnoxDaniel Lapaine...Nick ParksTom Amandes...Doug DavisAimee Graham...Beth Ann GardenerJohn Doe...Bill MaranoKay Tong Lim...Chief Detective JagkritBeulah Quo...Guard VelieHenry O...Emissary to CrownBahni Turpin...Jamaican PrisonerAmanda De Cadenet...English PrisonerIntira Jaroenpura...Prisoner ShubAll items are in VERY FINE CONDITION.for any true Movie Presskit collector!MORE INFO ON CLAIRE DANES: Claire Catherine Danes (born April 12, 1979) is an American actress, perhaps best known for her role as Angela Chase in the television series My So-Called Life, and for starring in films such as Romeo + Juliet (as Juliet) and Stardust (as Yvaine). She has received a Golden Globe Award and an Emmy nomination for My So-Called Life, and has also worked in theatre and as a voice actor (Princess Mononoke).Danes was born in Manhattan, New York City, New York. Her mother, Carla, is a day-care provider, painter, and textile designer who later served as her daughter's manager, and her father, Christopher Danes, is a computer consultant and former architectural photographer. Danes has described her background as being "as WASPy as you can get"; her paternal grandfather, Gibson Andrew Danes, (1910-1992 in Litchfield, Connecticut) was the dean of the art and architecture school at Yale University. She has an older brother, Asa, who graduated from Oberlin College and works as a litigation attorney for the law firm of Paul Hastings.Danes attended the Dalton School in New York City, the New York City Lab School for Collaborative Studies, the Professional Performing Arts School, and the Lycée Français de Los Angeles in Los Angeles, California. In 1998, Danes went to Yale University, her father's alma mater. Oliver Stone wrote her letter of recommendation to Yale. After studying for two years as a psychology major, she dropped out of Yale to focus on her film career. In 1994, 15-year-old Danes starred as the 15-year-old Angela Chase in the televisiondrama series My So-Called Life, for which she won a Golden Globe Award and received an Emmy nomination. She played Elizabeth "Beth" March in the 1994 movie adaptation of Little Women. She also appeared as Holly Hunter's daughter in Home for the Holidays, which was directed by Jodie Foster. In 1995 she appeared in a Soul Asylummusic video for the song "Just Like Anyone" as an Angel. She portrayed Juliet Capulet in Baz Luhrmann's 1996 film William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet, co-starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Romeo Montague. Later that year, she was cited as having turned down the female lead role in Titanic.[6][7] Danes, however, said that while she may have been considered for the part, she was never offered the role. In 1999, she made her first appearance in an animated feature with the English version ofPrincess Mononoke, and took the lead role in Brokedown Palace, alongside Kate Beckinsale and Bill Pullman.In 2002, Danes starred alongside Susan Sarandon, Kieran Culkin, and Bill Pullman again, in Igby Goes Down. She later co-starred as Meryl Streep's daughter in the Oscar-nominated, The Hours, with Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, and Ed Harris. The following year, she was cast in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, followed by Stage Beauty in 2004. She earned critical acclaim in 2005 when she starred in Steve Martin'sShopgirl alongside Martin and Jason Schwartzman, and in The Family Stone opposite Sarah Jessica Parker and Diane Keaton. In 2007, Danes appeared in the fantasyStardust, which she described as a "classic model of romantic comedy",[8] with Charlie Cox, Michelle Pfeiffer, Robert De Niro, and Sienna Miller, and appeared in The Flock, opposite Richard Gere.Danes appeared in Off-Broadway plays including Happiness, Punk Ballet, and Kids On Stage, in which she choreographed her own solo dance. She also wrote the introduction to Neil Gaiman'sDeath: The Time of Your Life. Danes auditioned for the role of Lois Lane in Superman Returns before the role went to Kate Bosworth.In March 2007, Danes appeared with Patrick Wilson in a television commercial for Gap in which the pair dances to the song " Anything You Can Do" from the musical Annie Get Your Gun . Danes has recently appeared onstage at Manhattan's PS122 an avant-garde performance space, in a series of dance pieces by choreographer Tamar Rogoff. Danes made her stage debut at PS122 as a child.On October 19, 2007, Danes made her Broadway debut in the revival of George Bernard Shaw'sPygmalion, starring as Eliza Doolittle. Danes had her first onscreen kiss in an episode of My So-Called Life before she had one in real life. After meeting at her birthday party, she and Australian singer Ben Lee dated for almost six years, their relationship ending in 2003. She also dated actor Leonardo DiCaprio, whom she met while filming Romeo + Juliet, for 2 years. She has dated Andrew Dorff, actor Stephen Dorff's younger brother, and Matt Damon. Beginning in 2004, she dated her Stage Beauty and Princess Mononoke co-star Billy Crudup, which generated negative publicity due to rumors that their relationship caused the end of Crudup's relationship to then-pregnant Mary-Louise Parker. Both denied that they were involved prior to the end of Crudup's relationship with Parker. Danes's relationship with Crudup ended in December 2006, amid rumors of an affair by Danes with Hugh Dancy, her co-star in Evening. Danes confirmed on the June 27, 2007 episode of Late Show with David Letterman that she was dating Dancy. Danes, 30, and Dancy, 34, were married in a quiet ceremony in France in 2009. MORE INFO ON KATE BECKINSALE: Kathryn Bailey "Kate" Beckinsale (born 26 July 1973) is an English actress. Her best known films include Pearl Harbor (2001), Serendipity (2001), Underworld (2003-present), The Aviator (2004), Van Helsing (2004), Click (2006), and Nothing But the Truth (2008).Born in Finsbury Park, London, Beckinsale is the daughter of actor Richard Beckinsale, who died from a heart attack in 1979, and actress Judy Loe. She has a paternal half-sister, Samantha, who is also an actress. Her paternal great-grandfather was Burmese, and she has said that she was "very oriental-looking" as a child. Beckinsale attended the Godolphin and Latymer School, an all-girls' independent school in London. In her teens, Beckinsale twice won the W. H. Smith Young Writers' competition—once for three short stories and once for three poems. She won the Youth's Burp for Fame burping contest at age 16. After a rebellious adolescence, including a period of anorexia and starting a smoking habit, she followed in the footsteps of her parents and began her acting career. Her first role was in One Against the Wind, a television film about World War II that was first aired in 1991. Having gained three language A levels, Beckinsale studied French and Russian literature at New College, Oxford University, though she did not finish her degree. She thought that having an academic background studying foreign language and literature would broaden her range of acting roles.During her first year at Oxford, Beckinsale was offered a part in Kenneth Branagh's big-screen film, Much Ado About Nothing, adapted from the Shakespeare play. She spent her last year of studies in Paris, after which she decided to leave the university and concentrate on her acting career. In 1994, Beckinsale had a supporting role in Prince of Jutland, working alongside Christian Bale, with whom she would later reunite in the 2002 drama Laurel Canyon. Kate starred in Haunted (1995) with Aidan Quinn and John Gielgud and in the 1996 TV film adaptation of Jane Austen's Emma. She subsequently appeared in a few low-profile films, including Shooting Fish and The Last Days of Disco, both in 1998. During this time, Beckinsale also appeared in television films and in stage roles, including the well-received Cold Comfort Farm, opposite British film and television notables Ian McKellen, Rufus Sewell, Eileen Atkins, Joanna Lumley and Stephen Fry.Beckinsale's first major American film, Brokedown Palace (1999), was not a commercial success. Soon after, Beckinsale was cast in the 2001 film Pearl Harbor as the female lead, after Charlize Theron turned down the part. The film was one of the highest-grossing films of its year. In the years follow
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