Tuesday May 28, 7:01 pm Eastern Time
Press ReleaseSOURCE: Paramount Pictures
Attendee Update - World Premiere of 'THE SUM OF ALL FEARS'
WHAT: World Premiere of "THE SUM OF ALL FEARS"
Ben Affleck, Morgan Freeman, Bridget Moynahan, James Cromwell,
Ciaran Hinds, Phillip Baker Hall, Dale Godboldo.
Others include: Samuel L. Jackson, Carole King, Kate
Beckinsale, Forest Whitaker, Jason Lee, Patricia Arquette, Teri
Polo, Colin Farrell, Noah Wyle, Jeri Ryan, Joely Fisher, Dana
Delany, Thora Birch, Soleil Moon Frye, Laraine Newman,
Catherine O'Hara, Brad Rowe, Sean Patrick Thomas, Alyson
Hannigan, Ron Livingston, John Ratzenberger, Clare Kramer. . .
and more to follow
WHEN: Wednesday, May 29, 2002 @ 7:00pm - (Arrivals begin at 6pm) WHERE: Mann Village/Bruin Theatres - Westwood (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20020228/LATH095LOGO http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20020524/LAF051 )"The Sum of All Fears"
Could terrorists actually detonate a weapon of mass destruction on United States soil? According to the CIA, at least 20 countries -- nearly half of them in the Middle East and South Asia -- already have or may be developing weapons of mass destruction. Moreover, it is a matter of public record that there were tens of thousands of them constructed and waiting on launching pads during the Cold War. To this day, according to a published report, 164 transportable warheads are still unaccounted for.
Starring Ben Affleck as CIA Analyst Jack Ryan and Morgan Freeman as CIA Director William Cabot, "The Sum of All Fears" is a chillingly realistic portrait of what could happen if one of those weapons fell into the wrong hands. Eerily prescient in the current political climate, the film is a frightening depiction of how quickly fear can escalate into a paranoia that dominates man's ability to reason.
STOP CANCER was founded in 1988 by the late Dr. Armand Hammer and is chaired by Sherry Lansing, Chairman of Paramount Pictures' Motion Pictures Group. The organization is unique in its direct funding of cancer research scientists at Los Angeles' three National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers -- UCLA's Jonsson, USC's Norris and City of Hope Centers. All funds raised by STOP CANCER are matched in-kind by the receiving institutions, creating a Research Career Development Award for a value of over $300,000 to each scientist.
and Bruce McGill.
Written by: Paul Attanasio and Daniel Pyne based on the novel by
MPAA Rating: This film is rated PG-13 for violence, disaster
images and brief strong language.
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