Kate Mara (born February 27 1983) is an American television and film actress. Beginning acting in her hometown of Bedford, New York, she moved from the stage to her first film, Random Hearts (1999). Notable roles include appearances in Academy Award-winner Brokeback Mountain and on Fox television series 24. Included on the New York Daily News list of "10 young actors who have a shot at making it big" at the start of 2006, she has since appeared on the television series 24, and in the feature films We Are Marshall and Shooter.
Mara was born in New York, the daughter of Chris Mara, a scout for the New York Giants, and Kathleen Rooney. Mara has one older brother, Daniel, and two younger siblings, Patricia and Conor. Mara was raised in Bedford, New York and wanted to be an actress since seeing Les Misérables at a young age. Mara said she "fell in love with Broadway and musicals", and grew up watching movie musicals on television and going to Broadway shows with her mother. She was...
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Shooter is a 2007 action film directed by Antoine Fuqua. The film is based on the novel Point of Impact by Stephen Hunter. Shooter was released on March 23, 2007. The film's DVD was released on June 26, 2007.
Bob Lee Swagger (Mark Wahlberg) is a former United States Marine Corps scout sniper who left the Marines after a mission left his best friend and spotter, Donnie Fenn, dead. A group that leads him to believe they are federal agents approaches him to help entrap a potential assassin, who may attempt to shoot the President at one of three possible locations. Swagger is framed, and afterwards every law enforcement agency is after him, and he is forced to use his military training so that justice prevails.
Shooter was filmed mainly in British Columbia, Canada.
Bob Lee Swagger (Wahlberg) is one of the few snipers in the world whose sharpshooting abilities allow him to "take out a target from a mile away." He reluctantly leaves a self-imposed exile from his isolated Wyoming mountain...,
The article could be improved by integrating relevant items into the main text and removing inappropriate items.We Are Marshall is a 2006 motion picture directed by McG dramatizing the aftermath of the 1970 plane crash that killed most of the Marshall University Thundering Herd football team, the rebuilding of the program, and the healing that the community undergoes. It stars Matthew McConaughey as head coach Jack Lengyel, Matthew Fox as assistant coach William "Red" Dawson, David Strathairn as University President Donald Dedmon and Robert Patrick as ill-fated Marshall head coach Rick Tolley. Georgia governor George "Sonny" Perdue has a cameo role as an East Carolina University football coach. The movie is rated PG. The movie was scored by Christophe Beck.On the evening of November 14, 1970, Southern Airways Flight 932, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9 which Marshall University chartered to transport the Thundering Herd football team to Greenville, North Carolina and back to Huntington, ...,
Zoom (also known with its subtitle Academy for Superheroes) is a 2006 film released on August 11, 2006. It is based upon the novel Zoom's Academy by Jason Lethcoe. Directed by Peter Hewitt, the film stars Tim Allen, Kate Mara, Spencer Breslin, Michael Cassidy, Kevin Zegers, Courteney Cox Arquette, Chevy Chase and Ryan Newman. The film is rated PG by the MPAA for brief rude humor, language, and intense action.
The film's release was held up due to a lawsuit filed by Fox and Marvel Comics. Zoom was initially intended to premiere two weeks before X-Men: The Last Stand but it was alleged that the script for Zoom was too similar to the X-Men film franchise and would 'confuse' viewers.Decades ago, the American military sponsored a superhero group called "Team Zenith". Its leader was Jack Shepard, aka Captain Zoom, who possessed super-speed; his brother, Concussion, who could project sonic blasts, was also a member. However, the military tried to increase their...,
Urban Legends: Bloody Mary is a 2005 horror film starring Kate Mara, Robert Vito, Tina Lifford, Ed Marinaro, Michael Coe, Lillith Fields, Nancy Everhard, Audra Lea Keener, Don Shanks, and Jeff Olson. It went straight to DVD in mid-2005.
Urban Legends: Bloody Mary starts off in 1969 at a high school in Utah, where the captain of the football team kidnaps a girl named Mary Banner and accidentally kills her and stuffs her body in a trunk. Fast-forward to present day, and some girls discuss the legend of the missing girl and then also the infamous "Bloody Mary" game. Strange things happen, girls disappear, and apparently the death of choice is that based on urban legends.
The movie was filmed in Salt Lake City, Utah.
This movie is the third film, the second "non-sequel" sequel in the series, that began with Urban Legend and Urban Legends: Final Cut. Further removed from the original than Final Cut was, this sequel contains no characters from either of the two previous films, though...,
Kate Mara was born