Jeremy Robert Myron Sumpter (born February 5, 1989) is an American actor. He is known for playing the title role in the 2003 film version of Peter Pan.
Sumpter was born in Monterey, California to Gary Sumpter and Sandra Johnson. His siblings, twin sister, Jessica, and younger sister, Gigi, are also actresses. He was raised in the small town of Mount Sterling, Kentucky, until he was eleven, before moving to Lexington, Kentucky, where he modeled and won IMTA's Pre-Teen Male Model of the Year award in 2000. Soon afterward, he signed with Mark Robert Management and his family moved to Los Angeles, where he currently resides.
In July 2002, Sumpter, then 13 years old, was selected for the role of Peter Pan, breaking the long-standing tradition of young women playing the part in stage and live-action film adaptations of the story. During filming (fall of 2002), he grew eight inches (from 5 ft 0 in to 5 ft 8 in), requiring some filming and staging tricks to conceal his height in scenes filmed...
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An American Crime (also known as The Basement) is a 2007 film. It based on the true story of the torture and murder of Sylvia Likens by Indiana housewife Gertrude Baniszewski. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January to controversy amongst the critics, most of whom, nonetheless, lauded the daring performances of Catherine Keener and, especially, Ellen Page. According to many sources, the film was planned for a limited release on August 17th. However, due to distributor problems (which remain vastly unknown to the public,) the film did not show up on that date. According to a popular online film release schedule, the film's date was moved to August 31st, with a limited release. Again, however, the film ended up not being theatrically released.
According to First Look Studios, the film's DVD release date has been set for February 5th, 2008.
"This," said Prosecutor Leroy New, "has been the most terrible crime ever committed in the state of Indiana." It was the first crime of...,
Cyber Seduction: His Secret Life is an original Lifetime television movie which was first broadcast on June 20, 2005. It was directed by Tom McLoughlin and written by Wesley Bishop and Richard Kletter. The movie stars Jeremy Sumpter, Kelly Lynch, and Lyndsy Fonseca.
Taglines:Seduced. Addicted. Destroyed.Cyber Seduction: His Secret Life is the story of Justin Peterson, a 16-year-old boy who discovers internet pornography. The film establishes Justin as a popular student with a steady girlfriend, and a successful swimmer who had just made the All-State team. However, as his obsession with porn increases, he loses interest in everything his life had consisted of up until now: school, his swimming career, his parents, his friends and his girlfriend Amy.
Justin is introduced to pornography when a friend sends him a link to a softcore site featuring Monica, a fellow student who has a crush on him. Enthralled by the images, Justin is later exposed to a porn film at a party, and later...
Peter Pan is a film released on December 25, 2003, by Universal Pictures. P. J. Hogan directed a screenplay he had co-written with Michael Goldenberg which was based on the classic children's play and novel by J. M. Barrie. Jason Isaacs played the role of Captain Hook and Mr. Darling, while Jeremy Sumpter played the title role, Rachel Hurd-Wood portrayed Wendy Darling, and Ludivine Sagnier played Tinkerbell. Noted actress Lynn Redgrave played a supporting role as Aunt Millicent, a new character specifically created for the film.
"All children grow up... except one."Those words from the novelization of Barrie's play (though differently ordered) begin the 2003 film adaptation of Peter Pan.
Peter Pan returns several times to his birthplace, London, before returning to Neverland. Eventually he will bring several children, who become known as the Lost Boys, back to Neverland with him. These boys consider Peter a close friend and regard him as a foster father.
During one of his trips,...,
Frailty is a 2001 psychological thriller film, directed by Bill Paxton and starring Bill Paxton and Matthew McConaughey. The score was composed by Brian Tyler.
A man enters the Dallas, Texas FBI office one rainy night, and introduces himself as Fenton Meiks (Matthew McConaughey). He wants to speak to Agent Doyle (Powers Boothe) about his belief that his brother Adam (Levi Kreis) is the notorious "God's Hand Killer" serial killer. As the detective probes for more information a shocking story unfolds of the disturbing childhood of the two brothers and their strange relationship with their father (played by Paxton); who claims their family has been chosen by God to become demon hunters.
Fenton claims that one night in the late seventies their father entered their room and told them that he had been tasked by God to root out and destroy demons whose names were to be provided for him by an angel. Soon he discovers tools that are also to aid him: gloves to protect his hands (when he touches...
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