Justin Bartha (born July 21, 1978) is an American actor, known for co-starring in the film National Treasure.
Bartha was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. His father, Stephen, is a real estate developer, while his mother, Betty, is a school teacher. Bartha had a Jewish upbringing. His family moved to West Bloomfield, Michigan when Bartha was nine years old. While at high school, he muddled his way into acting after breaking his wrist trying out for the school's tennis team. After scoring a role in the local production of A Midsummer Night's Dream he formed a children's theatre group of 15 where he performed for children in hospitals and at elementary school. After he graduated from West Bloomfield High School in 1996, he set his sights on New York, eventually training at New York University's Meisner Extension.
In 2006, Bartha had a supporting role in Failure to Launch and starred in the television sitcom Teachers which premiered on March 28th, 2006 on NBC, and was cancelled May 15, ...
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National Treasure: Book of Secrets is a 2007 sequel to the 2004 film National Treasure. It will be directed by Jon Turteltaub and written primarily by Gregory Poirier. As of January 27, 2006, several producers have been listed, including Jerry Bruckheimer, Oren Aviv, Chad Oman, and Charles Segars.It was stated in the first film's commentary that there were no plans for a sequel, but, due to the first film's impressive box-office performance, an earning of $347.5 million worldwide, a sequel was given the go-ahead in 2005.
The film will be released on December 21, 2007. This film is not yet rated.
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer said in July 2006 that the sequel involves Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth, eighteen missing pages from Booth's diary, and a surprise ending with many new twists.
This was confirmed in the full-length trailer of the film.
One of the 18 missing pages has been discovered by Jeb Wilkinson (Ed Harris). On that page are the names of the Lincoln assassination...
Failure to Launch (2006) is an American romantic comedy film. It is a loose remake of the French film Tanguy, being solely based on its premise, the overgrown thirty-something child who does not want to leave home.The movie opens with Trip (Matthew McConaughey) and Melissa on a dinner date. Things seem to be going well, until Melissa sees an elderly couple sharing dinner and it prompts her to ask Trip, “Where is our relationship going?” Trip says that he sees it going back to his place that night. His place is a lovely two-story home. While they're in the heat of passion in Trip's bedroom, Trip's dad Al (Terry Bradshaw) walks in without knocking. Melissa flips out that Trip still lives with his parents and storms out. Trip doesn't seem too upset about it and they also show Al and Trip's mom, Sue (Kathy Bates) listening to her leave as if it's a common occurrence.The next morning, while Trip is in the bathroom, Sue makes his bed, vacuums his room, picks up his dirty clothes and leaves...,
National Treasure is a 2004 movie from Walt Disney Pictures written by Jim Kouf, Cormac Wibberley and Marianne Wibberley, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, and directed by Jon Turteltaub. It stars Nicolas Cage, Diane Kruger, Justin Bartha, Sean Bean, Jon Voight, Harvey Keitel and Christopher Plummer. It is an adventure movie set in the USA about a search for lost treasure, involving stealing the Declaration of Independence, which leads to a trail intertwined with the Knights Templar, the Masons, and has many similar plot elements to The Da Vinci Code.
According to Box Office Mojo, with a production budget of $100 million and release in 3,243 theaters, National Treasure went on to have an opening weekend domestic gross of $35,142,554. Overall, National Treasure earned a domestic total gross of $173,008,894 (with a worldwide gross of $347,451,894). The story centers around a young man named Benjamin "Ben" Franklin Gates, whose family believes in the legend of a fantastic treasure trove...,
Gigli (IPA[dʒiːli] or [ʒiːli]) is a film released in 2003 which was written and directed by Martin Brest, starring Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez, Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, and Lainie Kazan.
Originally, the film was intended to be a very dark comedy with no romantic subplot, but the producers demanded script rewrites throughout filming.Larry Gigli (Affleck) is a low ranking mobster who is commanded to kidnap the disabled, Baywatch-obsessed younger brother (Justin Bartha) of a powerful federal prosecutor, to save his mobster boss from prison.
Gigli successfully convinces the man, Brian, to go off with him by promising to take him "to the Baywatch". However, Gigli's boss does not trust him; he hires a woman calling herself Ricki (Jennifer Lopez) to take over the job.
Although Gigli is attracted to Ricki, he resents the fact that Louis (Lenny Venito), his boss, does not have faith in him and that he has to take orders from Ricki. He is also frustrated by...,
Justin Bartha was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Broward County