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Hancock (16-Jun-2008)

Director: Peter Berg

Writers: Vince Gilligan; Vincent Ngo

Keywords: Action/Comedy, Superheroes, Immortality, Amnesia, Los Angeles

A superhero enduring a downturn in his career strikes up a curious romance with the wife of a man tasked with repairing his image.

ABSTRACT
John Hancock, a once-loved turbocharged superhero, finds his public stock plummeting to an all-time low after his rampant alcoholism and hard-living ways turn him into one of Los Angeles' most hated individuals. A serendipitous rescue of PR executive Ray Embrey from an oncoming train leads to a bid to restore Hancock's public image, one that grows complicated when he allows his unsavory ways to get the best of him once more and pursues a secretive fling with Ray's wife, Mary.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jason Bateman
Actor
14-Jan-1969   Arrested Development
Johnny Galecki
Actor
30-Apr-1975   Leonard on The Big Bang Theory
Nancy Grace
Journalist
23-Oct-1958   CourtTV and CNN legal host
Thomas Lennon
Actor
9-Aug-1970   Reno 911!, The State
Michael Mann
Film Director
5-Feb-1943   Manhunter
Eddie Marsan
Actor
23-Jun-1968   Lestrade in the 2009 Sherlock Holmes
Atticus Shaffer
Actor
19-Jun-1998   Brick Heck on The Middle
Will Smith
Actor
25-Sep-1968   Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Charlize Theron
Actor
7-Aug-1975   Monster

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