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Supernova (14-Jan-2000)

Director: Walter Hill (as "Thomas Lee")

Writers: Daniel Chuba; William Malone; David Campbell Wilson

Music by: David Williams

Producers: Ash R. Shah; Daniel Chuba; Jamie Dixon

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Alan Smithee

A futuristic search-and-rescue spaceship encounters galaxy-sized trouble upon responding to a peculiar distress signal.

In the 22nd century, the six-person crew of the search-and-rescue Nightingale 229 spaceship receive a distress signal emanating from a comet mine in a far-away galaxy. The crew respond to the call like they are expected to, happening upon untold danger in the form of a strange man brought onto the ship and the gravitational pull of a massive star on the verge of a galaxy-endangering supernova.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Angela Bassett
16-Aug-1958   Got her groove back
Wilson Cruz
27-Dec-1973   Rickie Vasquez on My So-Called Life
Peter Facinelli
26-Nov-1973   Donovan Ray on Fastlane
Robert Forster
13-Jul-1941   Jackie Brown
Lou Diamond Phillips
17-Feb-1962   Young Guns II
James Spader
7-Feb-1960   Sex, Lies, and Videotape
Robin Tunney
19-Jun-1972   Niagara, Niagara


James Spader   ...   Nick Vanzant
Angela Bassett   ...   Kaela Evers
Robert Forster   ...   A. J. Marley
Lou Diamond Phillips   ...   Yerzy Penalosa
Peter Facinelli   ...   Karl Larson
Robin Tunney   ...   Danika Lund
Wilson Cruz   ...   Benj Sotomejor
Eddy Rice, Jr.   ...   Flyboy
Knox Grantham White   ...   Troy Larson
Kerrigan Mahan   ...   Troy Larson (voice)
Vanessa Marshall   ...   Sweetie


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