A film by Edward Anderson Starring: Peyton List, Cameron Goodman, Tony Curran, Cullen Douglas, Dave Power, and James Snyder.
Runtime: 106 minutes
When Jules (Cameron Goodman) and Mel (Peyton List) return from a girls’ weekend vacation, they find themselves stranded at the airport, late on a rain-drenched night. Wanting just to get home safe and sound, they board an airport shuttle with a helpful, friendly driver (Tony Curran) for the short trip... that turns out to be anything but safe. From writer-director Edward Anderson, making his directorial debut, comes a terrifying thriller about a night that starts like any other, and a ride home that descends into darkness.
A Pierce/Williams Entertainment Production In association with Moody Street Pictures Future Films and Fourth Wall Productions A film by Edward Anderson
Written and Directed by Edward Anderson Starring PEYTON LIST CAMERON GOODMAN TONY CURRAN CULLEN DOUGLAS DAVE POWER JAMES SNYDER TOM KEMP KAYLAN TRACEY JEN ALISON LEWIS JAMES RYAN JACKIE DAVIS ROY SOUZA Produced by Mark Williams Produced by Todd Lemley Producers Allan Jones Michael Pierce Mark Donadio Executive Producer Erik Cleage Executive Producers Stephen Margolis J. Todd Harris John B. Zuckert Co-Producers Miriam Marcus Albert Martinez Martin Edited by William Yeh
Original Score by Henning Lohner Production Design by Dr. Roger Danchik Costume Design by Virginia B. Johnson Casting by Anne McCarthy Jay Scully Freddy Luis Executive Producers
Co-Executive Producer Associate Producer Line Producer Unit Production Coordinator 1st Assistant Director 2nd Assistant Directors
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Assistant Production Coordinator Key Office Production Assistant Assistant to Producers, LA AccountantPaymaster Script SupervisorStill Photographer Grenville Whelan Emily McNamara Ben Dewey Derek Cunningham Jonathan Southard Allan Rafael Jillian Roache David Haskell Adam Abelson James Berkery James Crosby Chad Goyette Matthew Jung Emily Hoge Kenneth R. Donaldson Sam Weisman John MacNeil
Beckett Coppola Andrew Bertino Georgia Vestakis Janice Sisti Sean Murphy Jill Reurs Claire Folger Propmaster Assistant Propmaster
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Special FX Coordinator Special FX Leadman Special FX Assistants Key Make-Up Key Hair Stylist Additional Make-UpKatrina Parsons John F. O‟Neil Deborah Kehs Noah Dubreuil Krista Gall Matt Harrington Janine Moore Alma Silverman Dave Major Chris Sawtelle
Bob Anderson Kevin Stanton Charles Kaufman Scott Forster Kyle Jenkins
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Roy Farfel Norman Douglass Michael Burke Whitney Cohen Brian Darrington Christopher Dean Andrea Leahy Natalie Liberace Richard Rothbell Brian Ricci William Jakielaszek Morgenstern Michael Ricci David Jarratt Augustus Kelly Tim Gallin Pete Klein Janet Paparazzo Caroline Vexler Patrick Walsh
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Jeff O‟Brien Othmar Dickbauer
Charlie Lew Beth Anderson Rob Bullard Tim Coughlan Vivian Brown Ryan Dalley Jess Dunlap Dave Schwartz Matthew Watson Iga Mikler Brian Courchine
Michael Dynice Robert S. Thorp Aaron Tyburski
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Robert Bienhocker Robert Clark Cynthia Fand Henri Lafound Frank LaFrazia McMahon Tracy Oulette David Provenzano Charles Rudolph Nathan Steele Mike Henry Mark Price Zack Gorman Andrew Dunnaway John Pungitore Lee Holloway Jose Hernandez Torres
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ASL ConsultantSet MedicAdditional Set Medic Casting Associates Local Casting Extras Coordinator Behind-the-scenes Videographer Production Assistants Joseph Gagnepain Mark Edward Anderson Edward King Richard Kathlean Jeff Dionne Nicholas Biron Will Dunning Caitlin Levin Heather Quam Ryan McPeake Kellie Gesell Wayne Morse Michael Bogart Steve Pianka Jeff MacLean Eric Chamberland David Ozug Karen Stark John Gates John P. McLaughlin
Maura Tighe Casting William Castell
Richard Kenneth Alves Gamboa Max Goodman Norris Liam J. O‟Neill
Kevin Anderson Rebecca Jones Nicholas G. Pithis
Lisa Marie Bianchi Justyna Koracka Natalie Teager
Carla Borras Amy Canty Emily Lamkin Marie A. Love Jason Tublewicz Dana Valeri
EDWARD ANDERSON (Writer/ Director) In addition to "Shuttle," Edward Anderson penned the upcoming feature film "Flawless," a heist/thriller set in 1960‟s London inside the world diamond monopoly. The film stars Michael Caine and Demi Moore, and was directed by Michael Radford. "Flawless" is his first produced screenplay and will be released in March 2008. A native of Newport, RI, Edward was educated at Duke University and studied film at UCLA. "Shuttle" marks his feature film directorial debut.
SHUTTLE- CAST BIOGRAPHIES PEYTON LIST (Mel) Peyton List was raised in Baltimore, Maryland where she studied drama at The Baltimore Actors Theater. She then moved to New York City where she trained at the renowned School of American Ballet and later at the Kirov Ballet Academy in Washington, DC. She began her early career as a successful Ford model and commercial actress. Her acting career was launched when she joined the cast of “As the World Turns,” playing the role of Lucy Montgomery for four years. Her film credits include: “Shuttle,” “The Greatest Game Ever Played,” directed by Bill Paxton, and the upcoming “Deep Winter.” Currently she stars as Cameron Collinsworth on the hit ABC comedy “Big Shots,” playing opposite Michael Vartan, Dylan McDermott, Christopher Titus, and Nia Long. Her other television credits include roles on “One Tree Hill,” “CSI: Miami,” “CSI: NY,” “Smallville,” “Law & Order: SVU,” and “Sex & the City.” Peyton is also an accomplished stage actress, having played the lead in the Baltimore Center Stage production of “The H.M.S. Pinafore” and traveled with a national tour of “Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” Peyton currently resides in New York City. CAMERON GOODMAN (Jules) Cameron Goodman was born in Texas, but hails from Washington, D.C. where she attended the prestigious Georgetown University. She may be best known for her work on Nick Cannon‟s MTV series “Wild N‟Out,” but her television credits also include recurring roles on Disney‟s “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody” and Starz! “Head Case,” as well as guest starring roles on ABC's “Sons & Daughters,” CBS' “CSI: NY,” “Cold Case,” “NCIS,” and “Shark,” and The N's “South of Nowhere.” Cameron‟s recent film work includes the upcoming films “The Informers,” with Billy Bob Thornton and Kim Basinger, a lead role in the indie film “Frozen Kiss,” with Mimi Rogers, and this summer‟s "The Dead Undead" opposite Brandon Molale. Past films include “Rise” alongside Lucy Liu, Nick Lachey and Michael Chiklis, "2 Dudes and a Dream," with Bo Barrett, Jason Wahler, James Duval and Andy Milonakis, "The Steamroom," with Morgan Fairchild, and "Hurt," opposite William Mapother.
TONY CURRAN (Driver) Tony Curran was born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland. He is a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Tony‟s first film role came in Bill Forsyth‟s feature “Being Human”, which starred Robin Williams. After a string of independent features, Tony landed a recurring role on the UK dramatic series “This Life.” Following a memorable role in Antonio Banderas‟ “The 13th Warrior,” Tony followed up with a slate of blockbusters, including "Gladiator" and "Blade II." His first major lead came with "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen," opposite Sean Connery, as the hero „Rodney Skinner,‟ aka „The Invisible Man.‟ Following that, Tony starred opposite Dennis Quaid in the remake of Jimmy Stewart‟s "The Flight of the Phoenix." His most recent feature credits include: "Underworld: Evolution," opposite Kate Beckinsale, Michael Mann‟s “Miami Vice,” and Steven Soderbergh‟s "The Good German” with George Clooney, Cate Blanchett and Tobey Maguire. Tony also played the lead role in Andrea Arnold‟s “Red Road,” which has received worldwide critical acclaim and won the jury prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 2006, along with earning Tony the best actor award at the Scottish BAFTA Awards and British Independent Film Awards. Tony most recently finished shooting “The Heaven Project” with Paul Walker before starring alongside Alan Cumming on stage in “The Bacchae.” CULLEN DOUGLAS (Andy) Actor/Writer Cullen Douglas is probably best recognized for his various television appearances, including roles on “Prison Break,” “Deadwood,” and “Bones,” as well as his recent guest appearance as „Mr. Arnold,‟ the awake, open-heart surgery patient, on the critically-lauded “Grey's Anatomy.” Douglas recently wrapped co-starring roles in Universal Pictures‟ “Ace Ventura 3.” Past film appearances include John Sayles‟ “Sunshine State,” alongside the late Alan King, and a role in Sony Pictures Classics‟ “Love Liza,” opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman. Douglas also tours the country with his award-winning solo play “Afraid to Look Down.” Told with unflinching honesty and humor, the play explores the journey Douglas took in becoming a first-time father to his oldest son born with Down Syndrome. Douglas has also written and developed projects for both Disney and Nickelodeon. Cullen studied at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, Florida School of the Arts, and completed The Acting Internship Program at New Stage Theatre in Jackson, MS. It was there that he also originated the role of „Zephon in Eden,‟ a world premier, in the „Eudora Welty New Play Series.‟ He is a recipient of the Florida Regional Theatre Lillie Stoates Award for his performance in the Orlando Theatre Project‟s “The Lion in Winter.” Douglas and his wife make their home in Los Angeles, CA with their two boys. DAVE POWER (Matt) Dave Power was raised in the town of Rutherford, New Jersey, a suburb just outside of New York City. His interest in acting started in high school and he soon decided to make it his profession.
Upon graduating from high school, he enrolled at Fordham University in Bronx, New York and also took acting classes and workshops in Manhattan. The hard work soon paid off. He found an agent and started auditioning in New York, while still attending college. In 1999, Dave auditioned for a lead role in Universal‟s ensemble war drama, “U-571.” After numerous auditions, he was cast as „Tank,‟ a machinist mate who gets stuck on a German U-boat with his American crew, and must fight to escape the ensuing German Navy. “U-571,” which stared Matthew McConaughey, Harvey Kietel, and Bill Paxton, shot for six months in Rome, Italy and Malta. The movie marked Dave‟s feature film debut. Upon returning to the United States, Dave decided to move to Los Angeles and work full time at pursuing his acting career. Within a few months, Dave was cast in HBO‟s epic World War II mini-series, “Band of Brothers.” The series, which was produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, brought Dave back overseas to film for two months in London. He was cast in the role of Dietrich, the first soldier of the “Band of Brothers” to die. Once he returned to LA, he continued to build his film and television resume. He reunited with his “U-571” co-stars, Matthew McConaughey and Bill Paxton, in Paxton‟s directorial debut, “Frailty.” He then starred alongside Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Marisol Nichols in the NBC movie of the week, “The Princess and the Marine.” He has guest starred in over 15 primetime network shows including, “ER,” “Six Feet Under,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” “CSI: Miami,” “Crossing Jordan,” “One Tree Hill,” and “Cold Case.” He also appeared alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the critically acclaimed independent feature, “Latter Days.” Dave can now be seen in the recently released teen comedy, “Dirty Deeds,” alongside Lacey Chabert and Milo Ventimiglia. JAMES SNYDER (Seth) James Snyder will be making his Broadway debut in the spring of 2008 re-creating the title role in the musical “Cry-Baby” based on the John Waters‟ film of the same name, following the world premiere engagement at La Jolla Playhouse in the fall of 2007. Other stage credits include the Los Angeles and Los Vegas productions of “Rock of Ages” and “Happy Days,” “The Fantasticks” at the Sacramento Music Theater, “Hamlet,” “Ray Bradbury‟s Let‟s All Kill Constance,” “Sneaux,” “Plop,” and “Oklahoma.” In addition, he played Luke Skywalker in the critically acclaimed production “Star Wars Trilogy in 30 Minutes” in Los Angeles, Paris and Scotland. James‟ film credits include: “An American in China,” “Anderson‟s Cross,” “Shuttle,” “She‟s The Man” and “Pretty Persuasion,” which premiered at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. He has also lent his voice to the animated films “Tuck Everlasting” and “Darby O‟Gill.” Television credits include: “Without a Trace,” “Cold Case,” “Gilmore Girls,” “Married to the Kellys,” “The Suite Life of Zach and Cody,” and “Related.” James‟ first solo album will be released this fall and he can be heard on the studio cast recording of the musical “Bare,” also being released this fall. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Southern California.