Payday Loans
Roger Jackson

  1. Kiefer Sutherland, Phone Booth, 2001.     It took 40 years for LAuteur Larry Cophen to get his suspenser made. Alfred Hitchcock wanted it in the ’60s, but neither man could work out why the hero stayed trapped in the titular box. By the ’90s, Cohen found the (all-American) idea of a sniper - threatening to shoot the hero if he left the booth. As for the caller, director Joel Schumacher started with Ron Eldard and ended with his pal Sutherland. Inbetween Joel had toyed with the idea of using Jackson - aka Ghostface, the voice on the Scream phones!

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