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Old 09-07-08, 10:49 PM
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"Fake Identity": Val Kilmer crime thriller

From Variety:
Val Kilmer will topline crime thriller "Fake Identity" for Nu Image/Millennium Films, with Zvia Dimbort and Boaz Davidson producing.

Pic's directed by Dennis Dimster-Denk and written by Dimster-Denk and Dimbort. "Fake" will begin lensing Sept. 30 at the company's Nu Boyana Film Center in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Story centers on an American doctor working in Chechnya whose life takes a deadly turn when he helps a mysterious woman escape from her would-be assailant.

Kilmer recently wrapped Millennium's remake of "The Bad Lieutenant" with Nicolas Cage and "Streets of Blood" with Sharon Stone and Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, with both pics shot in Louisiana at Nu Image's facility.
I'm a bit wary of this Dimster fellow. His IMDB resume isn't particularly promising - director of several dozen episodes of bad TV, and a couple of forgotten film clunkers. Note: that Variety blurb is accompanied by a rather unsettling stock photo of an maniacally grinning, apparently hypnotized Kilmer.
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I like Val Kilmer and all but he seems hit or miss. He was good in Spartan and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang though. I wish they'd do to a sequel of sorts to Heat having Pacino chase after Kilmer.
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Originally Posted by PopcornTreeCt View Post
I wish they'd do to a sequel of sorts to Heat having Pacino chase after Kilmer.
You'll probably have to make do with playing the upcoming Heat videogame.

Apparently Kilmer is very difficult to work with - quite the prickly pear. I liked Salton Sea, and thought he was the best thing in Tombstone. Bad Lieutenant sounds iffy, though I have confidence in Herzog.
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Is it just me or does he look "heavier".
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Originally Posted by KongHeart View Post
Is it just me or does he look "heavier".
Yes, he has "gained weight".

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