Cole Kenneth Hauser (born March 22, 1975) is an American actor. Hauser was born in Santa Barbara, California to actor Wings Hauser and Cass Sperling, the granddaughter of famous film mogul Harry Warner and a founder of Warner Brothers. His paternal grandfather was Academy Award winner Dwight Hauser, a Hollywood screenwriter, and his maternal grandfather was Milton Sperling, a Hollywood screenwriter and independent film producer. His maternal grandmother, Betty Mae Warner, a painter, sculptor, political activist and gallery owner, is now married to Stanley Sheinbaum, a noted political activist, economist, philanthropist, and a former Los Angeles Police Department commissioner. Hauser is of German descent on his father's side and Jewish on his mother's.
In 1999, he was with fellow actor Matthew McConaughey at the latter's home in Austin, Texas , when McConaughey was found dancing around naked and playing bongo drums. Charges of marijuana possession were dropped, but McConaughey pled...
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The Cave is a 2005 sci-fi/horror film directed by Bruce Hunt.Deep in the Romanian forest, a team of scientists stumble upon the ruins of a 13th century abbey. On further inspection, they make a startling discovery: the abbey is built over the entrance to a giant underground cave system. These scientists are Dr. Nicolai (Marcel Iures) and his associate Bacovia Radescu. Local biologists believe the cave could contain an undiscovered ecosystem, so they hire a group of American spelunkers to help them investigate its depths. Also tagging along is cameraman Alex Kim (Daniel Kim).Jack (Cole Hauser) and his brother Tyler (Eddie Cibrian) are the thrill-seeking professional cave explorers hired by the scientists. The two run a team of the top divers in the world. They arrive in Romania with the latest equipment, including a new type of scuba tank allowing a diver to remain submerged for up to 24 hours. The diving team, which includes Charlie (Piper Perabo), Briggs (Rick Ravanello), sonar...,
Paparazzi is a 2004 action film directed by Paul Abascal, produced by actor Mel Gibson, and starring Cole Hauser and Tom Sizemore.
The film chronicles the life of a popular Hollywood movie star in the aftermath of a tragic car accident caused by four paparazzo tabloid photographers.
Bo Laramie (Hauser) is a famous Hollywood actor dealing with the negative sides of high publicity. After his wife (Tunney) and son are badly injured in a car accident, he decides to take out revenge by murdering three of the four paparazzi photographers who were responsible for the accident, then pinning the murders on the ringleader (Sizemore).--Colin473 14:10, 28 August 2007 (UTC)
The film was a box office failure, having cost about US$20 million to be made, and grossing only $15 million worldwide.The film was poorly rated by the public on both Rotten Tomatoes and Internet Movie Database. It received an 18% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a consensus of being "a crude, ludicrous exploitation movie with a...,
Tears of the Sun is a 2003 war film directed by Antoine Fuqua depicting a rescue mission by U.S. Navy SEALs in the midst of a fictional contemporary Nigerian civil war. The film stars Bruce Willis as the commander of the SEAL team sent into the middle of this conflict to rescue a US citizen played by Monica Bellucci. Willis produced the film through his Cheyenne Enterprises production company and took its title from an early name for the Die Hard sequel; agreeing to the Die Hard project on the condition that he could use its subtitle for his own film.Navy SEAL Lieutenant A.K. Waters and his elite squadron of tactical specialists are forced to choose between their duty and their humanity, between following orders by ignoring the conflict that surrounds them, or finding the courage to follow their consciences and protect a group of innocent refugees. When the democratic government of Nigeria collapses and the country is taken over by a ruthless military dictator, Waters, a fiercely...,
Bioraptor redirects here.For other uses of the word Bioraptor see BioraptorsPitch Black (also known as The Chronicles of Riddick: Pitch Black) is a 2000 science fiction action movie directed by David Twohy.
In the film, a dangerous criminal (Richard B. Riddick) is being transported to prison in a cargo spacecraft. When the spaceship is damaged in a meteor shower and makes an emergency crash landing on an empty desert planet, Riddick escapes. However, when predatory flying alien creatures called 'Bioraptors' (dubbed 'Big Boys' by Riddick) begin attacking the survivors, Riddick joins forces with the crew to develop a plan to escape the planet.
As the movie opens, the Hunter Gratzner, a cargo spacecraft with basic accommodations for 40 passengers en route to the Scorpio system, accidentally crosses through a meteor shower while on auto-pilot and suffers catastrophic damage. With the captain having been killed during the initial meteor strike, the docking pilot (Fry) wants to dump the...,
Good Will Hunting is a 1997 film directed by Gus Van Sant and written by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, who both star in the film. Set in Boston, Massachusetts, it tells the story of Will Hunting (Damon), a troubled prodigy who works as a janitor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, despite the fact that his knowledge of and facility with higher mathematics far outstrips that of anyone in the university. Will must learn to overcome his deep fear of abandonment in order to learn how to trust and love the people who care about him. Good Will Hunting is the story of a young man and his struggle with both himself and personal relationships, trying to work through his problems so that he can open up to others, and begin putting his immeasurable intellectual potential to work.
Affleck and Damon originally pitched the screenplay to Castle Rock Entertainment as a thriller: Young man in the rough-and-tumble streets of South Boston, who possesses a superior intelligence, is targeted by...,
All Over Me is a 1997 drama film directed by Alex Sichel and written by sister Sylvia Sichel. Alex Sichel received a grant from the Princess Grace Foundation to make a film centered around the riot grrrl music scene and then asked her sister to collaborate with her.
The soundtrack featured musicians and bands such as Ani DiFranco, Sleater-Kinney, Babes in Toyland and many more.
The film has been compared to Kids and came out during a wave of girl-centered films such as Welcome to the Dollhouse, Girls Town and Foxfire.
Claude (Alison Folland) and Ellen (Tara Subkoff) are fifteen year-old best friends living in Hell's Kitchen, New York City. It is the beginning of the summer vacation and they have plans to start a band together. Ellen wants Claude to come with her to spend time with Mark (Cole Hauser), Ellen's new boyfriend, but Claude refuses. Later that night, Ellen comes back from her date and wakes up Claude, telling her that she has slept with Mark. Claude asks her to "show her"...,
Higher Learning is a 1995 drama film, starring an ensemble cast. It also featured supermodel Tyra Banks' first performance in a theatrical movie.
Laurence Fishburne won an Image Award for "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture" for his performance; Ice Cube was also nominated for the award.
UCLA filled in for the fictional college, Columbus University. The exterior shots and outdoor scenes were shot on the campus.
In addition to "Higher", performed by Ice Cube, the soundtrack includes performances of newer material by OutKast, Liz Phair, Tori Amos and Rage Against the Machine.
This drama examines the personal, political, and racial dilemmas facing a group of college freshmen as they begin their first semester at Columbus University. Malik (Omar Epps) is an athlete attending on a track scholarship; academics are not his strong suit, and he goes in thinking that his athletic abilities will earn him a free ride through college. Fudge (Ice Cube), a "professional student" who...,
Dazed and Confused is a 1993 American film written and directed by Richard Linklater. The movie's large ensemble cast featured a number of future stars.
The film took in no more than $8 million at the U.S. box office, but in recent years has achieved cult film status. Quentin Tarantino included it on his list of the twelve greatest films of all time in voting in the 2002 Sight and Sound. It also ranked third on Entertainment Weekly's list of the 50 Best High School Movies.
The title of the film is derived from the Led Zeppelin song of the same name. Linklater approached members of the band for permission to use some of their songs in the movie but, although Jimmy Page agreed, Robert Plant refused.The film takes place on May 28, 1976, the last day of school at Lee High School in Austin, Texas. The seniors are preparing for the annual hazing of incoming freshmen by building paddles and buying cooking supplies; meanwhile, Randall "Pink" Floyd, the school's star football player, is asked...,
School Ties was a 1992 film directed by Robert Mandel that launched the acting careers of Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, and Chris O'Donnell. Cole Hauser, Randall Batinkoff and Anthony Rapp also appear in the film.Brendan Fraser plays the lead role as David Greene, a Jewish high-school student who transfers from a Pennsylvania public school to a New England prep school in his senior year after he is awarded an athletic scholarship.The tagline used to promote the film was:David Greene (Fraser) is a working-class Jewish teenager in Pennsylvania during the 1950s, who is given an unusual football scholarship to an exclusive Massachusetts Anglo-Saxon prep school (called St. Matthew's, or St. Matt's for short) for his senior year, becoming the school's starting quarterback.Before his journey to school, David gets involved in a fight with some local motorcycle toughs at a store. The incident marks the first time in the film where David's Jewish heritage is insulted. The ensuing fight causes David...,
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