Category Archives: David Paymer

Sam Raimi’s Drag Me To Hell – Trailer

Director Sam Raimi is back to his early cine-tableau of horror with his new film – Drag Me To Hell – and trailer kicks arse, can’t wait. It’s a morality tale about the unwilling recipient (Alison Lohman) of a supernatural curse.

Filmmaker Sam Raimi is repped by Maha Dakhil, Craig Gering, Richard Lovett and David ‘Doc’ O’Connor @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA). Drag Me To Hell hits theaters on Friday, May 29.
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Sam Raimi @ Drag Me To Hell

Universal Pictures have release stills from director Sam Raimi’s new horror film – Drag Me To Hell – a morality tale about the unwitting recipient of a supernatural curse. Alison Lohman, Justin Long, Dileep Rao, Lorna Raver, David Paymer, Reggie Lee and Bojana Novakovic star in the film, and it’s co-written by Ivan and Sam Raimi


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Drag Me To Hell hits theaters on Friday, May 29 of 2009. Sam Raimi is repped by Maha Dakhil, Craig Gering, Richard Lovett and David ‘Doc’ O’Connor @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA).

Chiwetel Ejiofor @ David Mamet’s Redbelt

RR Watch: David Mamet’s Redbelt

Synopsis: The story of Mike Terry, a Jiu-jitsu master who has avoided the prize fighting circuit, choosing to instead pursue a life of honor and education by operating a self-defense studio in Los Angeles. Terry’s life is dramatically changed however when he is conned by a cabal of movie stars and promoters. In order to pay off his debts and regain his honor Terry must step into the ring for the first time in his life.

Logline: An American samurai film set in the L.A. fight world about a Jiu-Jitsu master who turned his back on prizefighting to operate a self-defense studio, but is conned by a cabal of celebs and fight promoters to enter the ring in order to regain his honor.

Redbelt stars Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tim Allen, Emily Mortimer, Alice Braga, Joe Mantegna, Rodrigo Santoro, Ricky Jay, David Paymer, Rebecca Pidgeon, Jose Pablo Cantillo, Randy Couture, John Machado, Dan Inosanto, Enson ‘Yamato Damashii’ Inoue, Ray ‘Boom Boom’ Mancini, Max Martini, Cathy Cahlin Ryan, Bob A Jennings, and Jake M Johnson.