Ethan Embry (born June 13, 1978) is an American actor, aka Ethan Randall.
Embry was born in Huntington Beach, California to Karen (Daugherty) and Charles Rendall. He started acting in 1991, at age thirteen. He married Amelinda Smith on 14 November 1998. They had one child together, Cogeian Sky Embry, born 10 December 1999. Embry and Smith divorced in 2002. Ethan was engaged to actress Katharine Towne.
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Vacancy- a 2007 horror/thriller which stars Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale was distributed by Screen Gems and was released to the public on April 20, 2007. Production was scheduled to commence in August 2006. Nimród Antal had signed on to direct the movie.
Early on, Sarah Jessica Parker was going to be in the film. A September 2006 article in The Hollywood Reporter announced that Kate Beckinsale had signed on to replace Parker.David (Luke Wilson) and Amy Fox's (Kate Beckinsale) car breaks down in the middle of nowhere and the bickering couple decide to spend the night in a motel with a creepy manager (Frank Whaley). They discover that the low-budget slasher movies they're watching on TV were all filmed in the exact room they're staying in and are actually snuff films that they are about to become a part of. They crawl through an underground tunnel to escape from their room, and that brings them to the hotel lobby. David and Amy struggle to get out alive while cameras film their every...,
They (also known as Wes Craven Presents: They) is the title of a horror film released in 2002. The plot centers on the phenomenon of night terrors and their impact on the lives of adults who experienced them as children.
The film has received a very mixed reaction since its release, but it should also be said that They had a very troubled production with many re shoots by Rick Bota and rewrites by an estimated group of ten people including Joel Soisson and Frank Spotnitz. The original spec script by Brendan Hood (which has developed a cult following online via websites where it has been posted) had absolutely nothing to do with night terrors, and not a single word of his work ended up in the finished film aside from the title and a few character names.
They tells the story of a Psychology grad student named Julia (Laura Regan) and an event that turns her life upside down. As a child she experienced horrifying night terrors, but has seemingly overcome the problem. She reunites with a...,
Can't Hardly Wait is a 1998 romantic teen comedy film directed by Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont. It stars Jennifer Love Hewitt, Ethan Embry, Charlie Korsmo, Lauren Ambrose, Peter Facinelli, and Seth Green.
The movie takes place at a high school graduation party, and in a style much like that of the high school movies of the 1980s. The filmmakers were inspired to make the movie because they felt that in most teen films the best scenes were the party scenes. So, they decided to make a movie that was set entirely at a party. Though the film deals in common high school stereotypes, some favor the film's chaotic but appealing mise en scène and performances.
The movie was named after The Replacements' song of the same title, from their 1987 album Pleased to Meet Me. The song plays at the end of the movie, when the credits start rolling.
The film was heavily cut upon its release (seventeen confirmed changes) to get a PG-13 rating. None of the deleted scenes have since surfaced.
Evolver is a 1995 Mark Rosman horror/science fiction B-movie. It starred Ethan Embry, Cassidy Rae, Chance Quinn, and John de Lancie. It also had William H. Macy as the voice of Evolver (Credited as W.H. Macy). The movie was frequently aired in the early days of the Sci Fi Channel and has a small cult following that enjoys its campiness. Most mainstream critics viewed the film as very average and outdated at the time of its release as the era of the cyberpunk movie was largely over.
A teenage computer whiz wins a robotic opponent to compete against in a real-world laser tag-style game. However, the robot, known as "Evolver", becomes smarter and more dangerous as it plays putting the boy and his friends in mortal danger.
A Far Off Place is a Walt Disney Pictures & Amblin Entertainment film from 1993, starring Reese Witherspoon, Ethan Randall and Jack Thompson. It is based on Laurens van der Post's works, A Far Off Place and A Story Like the Wind.
Dutch is a 1991 American comedy/drama film directed by Peter Faiman and written by John Hughes. It stars Ethan Embry (as Ethan Randall) and Ed O'Neill. The movie received an PG-13 rating from the MPAA. It was released in the UK under the title Driving Me Crazy.
Dutch Dooley (Ed O'Neill) agrees to drive his girlfriend's twelve-year-old son Doyle (Ethan Embry) home for Thanksgiving, hoping that the trip will allow the two of them to develop a relationship and grow closer as a family. When Dutch arrives at Doyle's boarding school in Georgia, he discovers that Doyle is a stuck-up know-it-all who looks down on Dutch because of his blue collar upbringing. As the two of them travel from Georgia to Chicago, they encounter various obstacles that bring them closer together. They eventually arrive home just in time for Thanksgiving dinner.
Ethan Embry was born