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Jumper (6-Feb-2008)

Director: Doug Liman

Writers: David S. Goyer; Simon Kinberg; Jim Uhls

From novel: Jumper by Steven Gould

Keywords: Sci-Fi

A teenager blessed with the ability to teleport wades into the thick of a war between his kind and their mortal enemies.

ABSTRACT
David Rice, an Ann Arbor, Michigan high school student living in a broken home with alcoholic father William, inadvertently discovers an ability of his to teleport to any Earthly location of his choosing while about to drown one fateful day. Setting out to start a new life for himself with knowledge of his special power in tow, David unknowingly places himself in the crosshairs of a group of shadowy government "hunters", drawn into a conflict between his kind and nefarious individuals bent on their extermination ongoing since antiquity.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jamie Bell
Actor
14-Mar-1986   Billy Elliot
Rachel Bilson
Actor
25-Aug-1981   Summer Roberts on The O.C.
Hayden Christensen
Actor
19-Apr-1981   Lead in Star Wars: Episode II
Tom Hulce
Actor
6-Dec-1953   Amadeus
Samuel L. Jackson
Actor
21-Dec-1948   Pulp Fiction
Diane Lane
Actor
22-Jan-1965   A Walk on the Moon
AnnaSophia Robb
Actor
8-Dec-1993   Because of Winn-Dixie
Michael Rooker
Actor
6-Apr-1955   Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
Kristen Stewart
Actor
9-Apr-1990   Bella Swan in Twilight
Max Thieriot
Actor
14-Oct-1988   The Pacifier

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