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The Omen (6-Jun-2006)

Director: John Moore

Writer: David Seltzer

Music by: Marco Beltrami

Producers: Glenn Williamson; John Moore

Keywords: Horror, Bible

Remake of the 1976 film of the same name follows an American diplomat as he realizes his son might be the Antichrist.

ABSTRACT
Remake of The Omen (1976). American diplomat Robert Thorn is troubled by wife Katherine's pregnancy problems; her first two attempts at producing a child ended in miscarriage, and now, though she doesn't know it yet, her newborn son died shortly after birth. Hospital priest Father Spiletto insists that Robert take a boy whose mother died after his birth in as his own; he does so, and Katherine instantly takes a liking to him, naming him Damien. Strange and terrifying things begin to happen as Damien matures and Robert's political career takes off, making it evident that he is the Antichrist and that his adopted father must act fact to spare humanity from Armageddon.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mia Farrow
Actor
9-Feb-1945   Rosemary's Baby
Michael Gambon
Actor
19-Oct-1940   The Singing Detective
Pete Postlethwaite
Actor
16-Feb-1946 2-Jan-2011 In the Name of the Father
Liev Schreiber
Actor
4-Oct-1967   Actor, voiceover talent
Julia Stiles
Actor
28-Mar-1981   10 Things I Hate About You
David Thewlis
Actor
20-Mar-1963   Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

CAST

Julia Stiles   ...   Katherine Thorn
Liev Schreiber   ...   Robert Thorn
Mia Farrow   ...   Mrs. Baylock
David Thewlis   ...   Keith Jennings
Pete Postlethwaite   ...   Fr. Brennan
Michael Gambon   ...   Bugenhagen
And Introducing
Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick   ...   Damien
Pedja Bjelac   ...   Vatican Observatory Priest
Carlo Sabatini   ...   Cardinal Fabretti
Bohumil Svarc   ...   Pope
Giovanni Lombardo Radice   ...   Fr. Spiletto
Baby Zikova   ...   Damien -- Newborn
Baby Morvas   ...   Damien -- Newborn
Baby Muller   ...   Damien -- Newborn
Baby Litera   ...   Damien -- Newborn
Tomas Wooller   ...   Damien -- 2 Years Old
Rafael Sallas   ...   Rome Embassy Marine
Marshall Cupp   ...   Amb. Steven Haines
Martin "Mako" Hindy   ...   Haines' Limo Driver
Amy Huck   ...   Nanny
Vince Valitutti   ...   Birthday Party Photographer
Klara Low   ...   Mom at Birthday Party
Laurie Tallack   ...   Tabloid Reporter #1
Myanna Buring   ...   Tabloid Reporter #2
Harvey Stephens   ...   Tabloid Reporter #3
Kammy Darweish   ...   Saudi Ambassador
Reggie Austin   ...   Tom Portman
Tonya Graves   ...   Thorn's Secretary
Changa Bell   ...   London Embassy Guard
Janet Henfrey   ...   Mrs. Horton
Pavel Cajzl   ...   Wedding Limo Driver
Sara Houghton   ...   Mom at Zoo
Richard Rees   ...   Psychiatrist Hugh Greer
Nikki Amuka-Bird   ...   Dr. Becker
Federico Pacifici   ...   Rome Cab Driver
Alessandra Vanzi   ...   Elderly Nun
Massimo Bellinzoni   ...   Subiaco Monk
Vee Vimolmal   ...   Katherine's Nurse -- London Hospital
Joe Towne   ...   Hospital Guard
Curtis Matthew   ...   Secret Service Agent

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