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Runaway Jury (2003)

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A juror on the inside and a woman on the outside manipulate a court trial involving a major gun manufacturer.

Director: Gary Fleder
Writers: Brian Koppelman, David Levien, Rick Cleveland, Matthew Chapman.

Release Date: 2003-10-09
Status: Released
Run time: 127 min / 2:7
Budget: $60,000,000
Revenue: $80,154,140
Production Companies : New Regency Pictures, Regency Enterprises, Epsilon Motion Pictures, 20th Century Fox
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2003-10-09
Status: Released
Run time: 127 min / 2:7
Budget: $60,000,000
Revenue: $80,154,140

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Casts

John Cusack
as Nicholas Easter
Rachel Weisz
as Marlee
Gene Hackman
as Rankin Fitch
Bruce McGill
as Judge Harkin
Bruce Davison
as Durwood Cable
Dustin Hoffman
as Wendell Rohr
Gerry Bamman
as Herman Grimes
Jeremy Piven
as Lawrence Green
Cliff Curtis
as Frank Herrera
Marguerite Moreau
as Amanda Monroe
Jennifer Beals
as Vanessa Lembeck
Juanita Jennings
as Loreen Duke
Joanna Going
as Celeste Wood
Bill Nunn
as Lonnie Shaver
Luis Guzmán
as Jerry Fernandez
Dylan McDermott
as Jacob Wood
Guy Torry
as Eddie Weese
Rusty Schwimmer
as Millie Dupree
Rhoda Griffis
as Rikki Coleman
Jason Davis
as Phillip Savelle
Xuan Van Nguyen
as Henry Wu
Nora Dunn
as Stella Hulic
Carol Sutton
as Lou Dell
Deacon Dawson
as Hoppy Dupree
Stanley Anderson
as Henry Jankle
David Ramsey
as Jimmy Hoke
Nick Searcy
as Doyle
Nestor Serrano
as Janovich
Leland Orser
as Lamb
Ned Bellamy
as Jerome
Orlando Jones
as Russell
Margo Moorer
as Kaufman
David Dwyer
as Birk
Michael Arata
as Raines
Wayne Ferrara
as Agent Novecki
Fahnlohnee R. Harris
as Sylvia Deshazo
Corri English
as Lydia Deets
Douglas M. Griffin
as Terry Docken
Deneen Tyler
as Receptionist
Zach Hanner
as Ted
Andrea Powell
as Deborah
Ted Manson
as Pulaski
David Jensen
as Shamburg
Lori Heuring
as Maxine
Adella Gautier
as Voodoo Shopkeeper
Afemo Omilami
as SUV Driver
Barret O'Brien
as Techie
Michelle M. Miller
as Reporter #1
Eric Paulsen
as Reporter #2
Margaret Lawhon
as Reporter #3
Gary Grubbs
as Dobbs
Lark Marie Fall
as Singing Woman
Marco St. John
as Daley
Henry Darrow
as Sebald
Don Henderson Baker
as Thernstrom
Danny Kamin
as Cash
Lance E. Nichols
as Agent Shield
Elliott Street
as Ringwald
Mike Pniewski
as Strode
Joe Chrest
as Owens
Marcus Hester
as Kyle Murphy
Lara Grice
as Blonde Decoy
Loren Kinsella
as Cafe Waitress
Mark Jeffrey Miller
as Vaughn
Wayne Roberts
as Clerk
Harvey Reaves
as Agent Crowley
Peter Jurasik
as Professor Phelan
Shannon Eubanks
as Phyllis
Celia Weston
as Mrs. Brandt
Irene Ziegler
as Peg Grimes
Ed Nelson
as George Dressler
Bernard Hocke
as Mason Foley
Mark Krasnoff
as Aggressive Reporter
Christopher Mankiewicz
as Bartender
Cedric Pendleton
as Homeboy
Perry Brown
as Potential Juror #1
Don Hood
as Potential Juror #2
Elizabeth Omilami
as Potential Juror #3
Claudia Coffee
as Reporter #4
Charlie Detraz
as Reporter #5
Sally Ann Roberts
as Reporter with Cable
Stuart Greer
as Kincaid
Kathy Seiden
as Kathy
Jack Massey
as Henry Wood

Crew

Directing Gary Fleder Director
Writing John Grisham Novel
Writing Brian Koppelman Screenplay
Writing David Levien Screenplay
Writing Rick Cleveland Screenplay
Writing Matthew Chapman Screenplay
Production Gary Fleder Producer
Production Christopher Mankiewicz Producer
Production Arnon Milchan Producer
Sound Christopher Young Original Music Composer
Camera Robert Elswit Director of Photography
Editing William Steinkamp Editor
Production Deborah Aquila Casting
Production Tricia Wood Casting
Art Nelson Coates Production Design

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