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A stuntman or stunt performer is someone who performs dangerous stunts.
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XXX is a 2002 American action film directed by Rob Cohen, produced by Neal H. Moritz and written by Rich Wilkes. The first installment in the XXX film series, the film stars Vin Diesel as Xander Cage, a thrill-seeking extreme sports enthusiast, stuntman and rebellious athlete-turned reluctant spy for the National Security Agency. Cage is sent on a dangerous mission to infiltrate a group of potential Russian terrorists in Central Europe. The film also stars Asia Argento, Marton Csokas and Samuel L. Jackson. Cohen, Moritz and Diesel had previously worked on The Fast and the Furious (2001) as director, producer and cast member respectively.
Kane Warren Hodder is an American actor, stuntman, and author.
Tatchakorn Yeerum, better known internationally as Tony Jaa and in Thailand as Jaa Phanom, is a Thai martial artist, actor, action choreographer, stuntman, director, and traceur. His films include Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior (2003), Tom-Yum-Goong (2005), Ong Bak 2: The Beginning (2008), Furious 7 (2015) and SPL II: A Time for Consequences (2015).
Superman is a DC comic book superhero.
Hal Brett Needham was an American stuntman, film director, actor and writer. He is best known for his frequent collaborations with actor Burt Reynolds, usually in films involving fast cars, such as Smokey and the Bandit, Hooper, The Cannonball Run and Stroker Ace. In his later years, Needham moved out of stunt work, and focused his energy on the World Land Speed Record project. In 2001, Needham received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Taurus World Stunt Awards, and in 2012, he was awarded a Governors Award by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
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A stunt is a difficult or unusual feat performed for film or theatre.
Spider-Man is a Marvel Comics superhero.
Anthony Charles De Longis is an American actor, stuntman, and fight choreographer.
Nick Gillard is an English stuntman and stunt coordinator. He is best known as the lead lightsaber fight and stunt coordinator of the Star Wars prequel trilogy films (1999–2005).
Stuntman is the name of two action-adventure racing video games; one was developed by Reflections Interactive for the PlayStation 2, and the other by Velez & Dubail for the Game Boy Advance, with both being published by Infogrames under the Atari brand name. The games focus around the career of a motion-picture stuntman. It takes the player through various movies in which they perform dangerous stunts as called by the game.
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Grant Page is an Australian stuntman who worked mostly during the seventies and eighties. Page was the stunt coordinator for the popular Australian action movies The Man from Hong Kong (1975) and Mad Max (1979), as well as other Australian and overseas films including the cult horror flick Death Ship (1980). He starred in the 1970s Australian TV series Danger Freaks, which, while ostensibly a documentary of his professional work with various stunt performers, emphasized the spectacular visual results from these collaborations. Grant featured in a cameo appearance in the Blur music video M.O.R.
Stuntman: Ignition is the sequel to the video game Stuntman for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2 and Mobile phone. On April 3, 2005, it was announced that THQ had acquired the rights to the Stuntman franchise from original publishers Atari and original developers Reflections Interactive. Also announced was that Paradigm Entertainment has developed the game for next-generation platforms. On March 19, 2006, THQ spoke about the game for the first time to Xbox 360 Gamer, who also ran an exclusive preview of the game in issue 16 of the magazine. The Xbox 360 demo was released on the Xbox Live Marketplace on July 12, 2007. A Wii port was planned, but cancelled.
Marko Zaror Aguad is a Chilean martial artist, actor, The New York Times
Harold Buttleman, Daredevil Stuntman is a 2003 film written and directed by Francis Stokes; the only movie he has directed. It won the Jury Prize at the Deep Ellum Film Festival in 2003. It was awarded the audience award in the Had to Be Made Film Festival in 2005.
Damien Gareth Walters is a British freerunner and former gymnast from Derbyshire who specializes in tumbling and trampoline.
Nash Edgerton is an Australian film director, actor and stuntman, and a principal member of the movie-making collective Blue-Tongue Films.
XXX is an American spy fiction action film series created by Rich Wilkes. It consists of three full-length feature films: XXX (2002), XXX: State of the Union (2005) and XXX: Return of Xander Cage (2017), and a short film: The Final Chapter: The Death of Xander Cage. The series has grossed $694 million worldwide.