HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE PREM
1992 Murder Scene
covered body laying in the front lawn of house with police officers investigating the crime scene - many angles and cutaways - crime scene - murder (homicide) - possible drive-by - LAPD - Los Angeles Police Department - North Hollywood, CA
[Short set: OFF TRIAL HUNTING ACCIDENT IN CAHORS]
A2 / France 2
Entertainment: Hollywood Homicide - Harrison Ford teams up with Josh Hartnett in cop comedy
TAPE: EF03/0533 IN_TIME: 14:10:43 DURATION: 6:28 SOURCES: APTN/Columbia RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: Los Angeles, 31 May 2003 SHOTLIST Columbia Pictures 1. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Harrison Ford - on plot: "He's got three alimonies and two kids in college and car payments that he can't make and 200 dollars worth of dry cleaning that he can't pick up. He's being investigated by internal affairs for reasons that become clear in the movie and he's saddled with this young partner who is completely different than he is and doesn't understand him and he doesn't understand the kid so it's rife with comic opportunities." Columbia Pictures 3. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Josh Hartnett - on Harrison being his hero) "He knows what he wants, man, he's figured out exactly what he wants from the world and he doesn't compromise it. You have to respect a guy like that. I grew up on him you know? I admire his choices because I have to because he was my idol when I was a kid. Han Solo and I had his action figure - I used to make him ride around the Millennium Falcon you know? Like that's crazy, now I'm next to him on a poster doing a movie with him - that's kind of cool." Columbia Pictures 5. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Josh Hartnett - on similarities with character: "That's what I liked about the character is that he is in his own world, he is completely enveloped by his own neurosis and his own problems and that's kind of where we're all at in our twenties, not speaking for everybody but it feels like pretty much everybody I know is trying to figure out...we're in the colt age where we're just trying to get our legs underneath us and figure out exactly where we want to run for our future." Columbia Pictures 7. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Lena Olin - on Harrison and Josh Hartnett: "It''s hard to shoot with the two of them because, like when we were working with a car chase scene in an open car on Rodeo Drive with Harrison and Josh, you're there for five minutes and there's just crowds of women 'Harrison, Josh! Harrison, Josh!'. But they're great and I mean doing these love scenes with Harrison it's just great because he's so comfortable with who he is and in his own skin and he can just be there for you and the work and it's just great - it's very easy to work with someone like that." Columbia Pictures 9. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Russ Shelton -on filming in Hollywood: "I wanted to use Hollywood as a real backdrop so that people around the world would go 'that's Hollywood, that's not Toronto, that's Hollywood. That's not a backlot, that's not computer graphics'. So those were very tough because there's tens of thousands of tourists showing up all the time to see this. You can't control them, you can buy out a street for a few days but you can't stop people from coming. So that was the complicated part." Columbia Pictures 11. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Harrison Ford - on enjoying film experience: "You do films for different reasons. I try to do serious films and comedies to bring the audience different kinds of genres, different kinds of characters and I had a really good time making this and if I sit back and reflect on this in 10 or 20 years I think I'll just remember the good time I had." Columbia Pictures 13. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' 'HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE': RAP SLAYINGS INSPIRE HARRISON FORD COMEDY The final credits on 'Hollywood Homicide' will strenuously deny any similarity to real person or events portrayed in the movie, but it draws heavily on a number of high-profile killings that rocked LA's gun-tottin' gangsta' rap scene, dating back to the 1995 slaying of Tupac Shakur. Played as a comedy, 'Hollywood Homicide,' is the story of two detectives investigating the slaying of a rap group on stage that is possibly orchestrated by a notorious rap label boss. The unlikely detective duo are the debt-ridden Joe Gavilian (Harrison Ford - 'Indiana Jones,' ) a crusty veteran who moonlights as a real estate agent, and his young trainee, New Age K.C. Calden (Josh Hartnett - 'Pearl Harbor') a yoga instructor and wannabe actor. The producers hope the pairing of the pin-up boy Hartnett, 24, with his childhood hero, the mature heart throb Harrison, 60, will bring the ladies into the theatres, a sprinkling of action will keep the men happy, and the comedy will be enjoyed by all. The plot sees the pair discover a trail of murdered rap artists who in the past have crossed the bad guy, 'Sartain,' played by Isaiah Washington. who has recruited as head of security a former LAPD officer - echoing a real corruption scandal involving over 40 officers allegedly linked to the payroll of Death Row Records, run by the convicted rap producer kingpin, Suge Knight. A satire on LA showbiz culture, 'Hollywood Homicide' was filmed on location on some of the most famous streets of L.A. With a pumping hip hop soundtrack, including contributions from gangsta rap's latest figurehead, 50 Cent, 'Hollywood Homicide' is directed by Ron Shelton ('Dark Blue,' 'White Men Can't Jump') and written by Robert Souza, a 22-year LAPD vet. It also stars Lena Olin as Harrison's love interest, Martin Landau and Dwight Yoakam. 'Hollywood Homicide' goes on general release June 13, 2003. CLEARANCE DETAILS "Hollywood Homicide" Columbia Pictures 310 244 7554
Canadian Actor Richard Hong Killed in Home Robbery
A news story about Canadian actor Richard Hong found dead in a friend's home in Los Angeles. Good footage of Hong's surfboard cam capturing him riding the waves. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
Alfred Hitchcock gives a speech in National Press Club
Film maker Alfred Hitchcock talks to press in National Press Club. Flags in the background. Microphones in front of him. He talks about himself and Hollywood. Alfred Hitchcock talks about television, commercials and homicide. He adds humor to his speech. A man sits near him on a chair. Several people seated in front of him. Audience laugh and enjoy themselves as Alfred Hitchcock gives his speech. Location: United States USA. Date: 1963.
1030us_ca_death_museum_unv
Visitors take a trip down murderer memory lane at the Museum of Death located in the heart of Hollywood. (Oct. 30)
RATHBUN/ QUESTIONED IN SOBEK DISAPPEARANCE(11/23/1995)
THE LOS ANGELES SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT HAS THREE PEOPLE IN CUSTODY IN THE DISAPPEARANCE OF MODEL LINDA SOBEK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. ONE OF THEM, A MALE PHOTOGRAPHER, IS BEING QUESTIONED. SHERIFF'S DEPUTY BRIAN JONES SAID THAT HE HAD REASON TO BELIEVE THAT LINDA SOBEK WAS "THE VICTIM OF A HOMICIDE". HER CAR WAS FOUND EARLIER IN THE DAY IN THE PARKING LOT OF A LOCAL RESTAURANT THAT SHE FREQUENTED. IT WAS THOUGHT THAT SHE MET THE MAN WHO ABDUCTED HER THERE. THE PHOTOGRAPHER IN CUSTODY WAS IDENTIFIED AS CHARLES RATHBUN, 38. HE WAS APPARENTLY TRYING TO SHOOT HIMSELF WHEN HE WAS ARRESTED IN HIS HOLLYWOOD HOME. ONE PERSON WAS INJURED IN THE SHOOTING BY A RICOCHETING BULLET POLICE SAID.
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UNIVERSAL NEWSREELS
National edition: [issue of February 24, 2012]
FR3 / France 3
1030us_ca_death_museum_vox
Visitors take a trip down murderer memory lane at the Museum of Death located in the heart of Hollywood. (Oct. 30)
CA: GUILTY VERDICT IN "HOLLYWOOD RIPPER" TRIAL
--SUPERS--\nThursday\nLos Angeles, CA\n\n --LEAD IN--\nTHE MAN KNOWN AS THE 'HOLLYWOOD RIPPER' IS HEADED TO PRISON.\n --VO SCRIPT--\nTHE VERDICT WAS READ IN A LOS ANGELES COURTROOM THURSDAY MORNING. ...
1950 Ocean Park Amusements Santa Monica
b&w - HOLLYWOOD REEL - SPORTS - Darryl Hickman and Barbara Whiting enjoy the fun at the Ocean Park California amusement pier - Darryl has been seen in many films since he was a baby; his latest are Any Number Can Play and A Kiss for Corliss - Barbara is Junior Miss on the radio and has appeared in such movies as Home Sweet Homicide and City Across the River - Roller Coaster POV - They are seen trying the rides at the pier - Movie Star - Stars - celebrity _ actor - actress - celebrities
Entertainment: Hollywood Homicide - Harrison Ford teams up with Josh Hartnett in cop comedy
TAPE: EF03/0533 IN_TIME: 14:10:43 DURATION: 6:28 SOURCES: APTN/Columbia RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: Los Angeles, 31 May 2003 SHOTLIST Columbia Pictures 1. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Harrison Ford - on plot: "He's got three alimonies and two kids in college and car payments that he can't make and 200 dollars worth of dry cleaning that he can't pick up. He's being investigated by internal affairs for reasons that become clear in the movie and he's saddled with this young partner who is completely different than he is and doesn't understand him and he doesn't understand the kid so it's rife with comic opportunities." Columbia Pictures 3. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Josh Hartnett - on Harrison being his hero) "He knows what he wants, man, he's figured out exactly what he wants from the world and he doesn't compromise it. You have to respect a guy like that. I grew up on him you know? I admire his choices because I have to because he was my idol when I was a kid. Han Solo and I had his action figure - I used to make him ride around the Millennium Falcon you know? Like that's crazy, now I'm next to him on a poster doing a movie with him - that's kind of cool." Columbia Pictures 5. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Josh Hartnett - on similarities with character: "That's what I liked about the character is that he is in his own world, he is completely enveloped by his own neurosis and his own problems and that's kind of where we're all at in our twenties, not speaking for everybody but it feels like pretty much everybody I know is trying to figure out...we're in the colt age where we're just trying to get our legs underneath us and figure out exactly where we want to run for our future." Columbia Pictures 7. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Lena Olin - on Harrison and Josh Hartnett: "It''s hard to shoot with the two of them because, like when we were working with a car chase scene in an open car on Rodeo Drive with Harrison and Josh, you're there for five minutes and there's just crowds of women 'Harrison, Josh! Harrison, Josh!'. But they're great and I mean doing these love scenes with Harrison it's just great because he's so comfortable with who he is and in his own skin and he can just be there for you and the work and it's just great - it's very easy to work with someone like that." Columbia Pictures 9. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Russ Shelton -on filming in Hollywood: "I wanted to use Hollywood as a real backdrop so that people around the world would go 'that's Hollywood, that's not Toronto, that's Hollywood. That's not a backlot, that's not computer graphics'. So those were very tough because there's tens of thousands of tourists showing up all the time to see this. You can't control them, you can buy out a street for a few days but you can't stop people from coming. So that was the complicated part." Columbia Pictures 11. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Harrison Ford - on enjoying film experience: "You do films for different reasons. I try to do serious films and comedies to bring the audience different kinds of genres, different kinds of characters and I had a really good time making this and if I sit back and reflect on this in 10 or 20 years I think I'll just remember the good time I had." Columbia Pictures 13. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' 'HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE': RAP SLAYINGS INSPIRE HARRISON FORD COMEDY The final credits on 'Hollywood Homicide' will strenuously deny any similarity to real person or events portrayed in the movie, but it draws heavily on a number of high-profile killings that rocked LA's gun-tottin' gangsta' rap scene, dating back to the 1995 slaying of Tupac Shakur. Played as a comedy, 'Hollywood Homicide,' is the story of two detectives investigating the slaying of a rap group on stage that is possibly orchestrated by a notorious rap label boss. The unlikely detective duo are the debt-ridden Joe Gavilian (Harrison Ford - 'Indiana Jones,' ) a crusty veteran who moonlights as a real estate agent, and his young trainee, New Age K.C. Calden (Josh Hartnett - 'Pearl Harbor') a yoga instructor and wannabe actor. The producers hope the pairing of the pin-up boy Hartnett, 24, with his childhood hero, the mature heart throb Harrison, 60, will bring the ladies into the theatres, a sprinkling of action will keep the men happy, and the comedy will be enjoyed by all. The plot sees the pair discover a trail of murdered rap artists who in the past have crossed the bad guy, 'Sartain,' played by Isaiah Washington. who has recruited as head of security a former LAPD officer - echoing a real corruption scandal involving over 40 officers allegedly linked to the payroll of Death Row Records, run by the convicted rap producer kingpin, Suge Knight. A satire on LA showbiz culture, 'Hollywood Homicide' was filmed on location on some of the most famous streets of L.A. With a pumping hip hop soundtrack, including contributions from gangsta rap's latest figurehead, 50 Cent, 'Hollywood Homicide' is directed by Ron Shelton ('Dark Blue,' 'White Men Can't Jump') and written by Robert Souza, a 22-year LAPD vet. It also stars Lena Olin as Harrison's love interest, Martin Landau and Dwight Yoakam. 'Hollywood Homicide' goes on general release June 13, 2003. CLEARANCE DETAILS "Hollywood Homicide" Columbia Pictures 310 244 7554
Ax Murder Follow (01/19/1998)
A Hollywood, Florida, man axed his wife to death on the front porch of their home.
Entertainment: Hollywood Homicide - Harrison Ford teams up with Josh Hartnett in cop comedy
TAPE: EF03/0533 IN_TIME: 14:10:43 DURATION: 6:28 SOURCES: APTN/Columbia RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: Los Angeles, 31 May 2003 SHOTLIST Columbia Pictures 1. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Harrison Ford - on plot: "He's got three alimonies and two kids in college and car payments that he can't make and 200 dollars worth of dry cleaning that he can't pick up. He's being investigated by internal affairs for reasons that become clear in the movie and he's saddled with this young partner who is completely different than he is and doesn't understand him and he doesn't understand the kid so it's rife with comic opportunities." Columbia Pictures 3. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Josh Hartnett - on Harrison being his hero) "He knows what he wants, man, he's figured out exactly what he wants from the world and he doesn't compromise it. You have to respect a guy like that. I grew up on him you know? I admire his choices because I have to because he was my idol when I was a kid. Han Solo and I had his action figure - I used to make him ride around the Millennium Falcon you know? Like that's crazy, now I'm next to him on a poster doing a movie with him - that's kind of cool." Columbia Pictures 5. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Josh Hartnett - on similarities with character: "That's what I liked about the character is that he is in his own world, he is completely enveloped by his own neurosis and his own problems and that's kind of where we're all at in our twenties, not speaking for everybody but it feels like pretty much everybody I know is trying to figure out...we're in the colt age where we're just trying to get our legs underneath us and figure out exactly where we want to run for our future." Columbia Pictures 7. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Lena Olin - on Harrison and Josh Hartnett: "It''s hard to shoot with the two of them because, like when we were working with a car chase scene in an open car on Rodeo Drive with Harrison and Josh, you're there for five minutes and there's just crowds of women 'Harrison, Josh! Harrison, Josh!'. But they're great and I mean doing these love scenes with Harrison it's just great because he's so comfortable with who he is and in his own skin and he can just be there for you and the work and it's just great - it's very easy to work with someone like that." Columbia Pictures 9. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Russ Shelton -on filming in Hollywood: "I wanted to use Hollywood as a real backdrop so that people around the world would go 'that's Hollywood, that's not Toronto, that's Hollywood. That's not a backlot, that's not computer graphics'. So those were very tough because there's tens of thousands of tourists showing up all the time to see this. You can't control them, you can buy out a street for a few days but you can't stop people from coming. So that was the complicated part." Columbia Pictures 11. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Harrison Ford - on enjoying film experience: "You do films for different reasons. I try to do serious films and comedies to bring the audience different kinds of genres, different kinds of characters and I had a really good time making this and if I sit back and reflect on this in 10 or 20 years I think I'll just remember the good time I had." Columbia Pictures 13. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' 'HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE': RAP SLAYINGS INSPIRE HARRISON FORD COMEDY The final credits on 'Hollywood Homicide' will strenuously deny any similarity to real person or events portrayed in the movie, but it draws heavily on a number of high-profile killings that rocked LA's gun-tottin' gangsta' rap scene, dating back to the 1995 slaying of Tupac Shakur. Played as a comedy, 'Hollywood Homicide,' is the story of two detectives investigating the slaying of a rap group on stage that is possibly orchestrated by a notorious rap label boss. The unlikely detective duo are the debt-ridden Joe Gavilian (Harrison Ford - 'Indiana Jones,' ) a crusty veteran who moonlights as a real estate agent, and his young trainee, New Age K.C. Calden (Josh Hartnett - 'Pearl Harbor') a yoga instructor and wannabe actor. The producers hope the pairing of the pin-up boy Hartnett, 24, with his childhood hero, the mature heart throb Harrison, 60, will bring the ladies into the theatres, a sprinkling of action will keep the men happy, and the comedy will be enjoyed by all. The plot sees the pair discover a trail of murdered rap artists who in the past have crossed the bad guy, 'Sartain,' played by Isaiah Washington. who has recruited as head of security a former LAPD officer - echoing a real corruption scandal involving over 40 officers allegedly linked to the payroll of Death Row Records, run by the convicted rap producer kingpin, Suge Knight. A satire on LA showbiz culture, 'Hollywood Homicide' was filmed on location on some of the most famous streets of L.A. With a pumping hip hop soundtrack, including contributions from gangsta rap's latest figurehead, 50 Cent, 'Hollywood Homicide' is directed by Ron Shelton ('Dark Blue,' 'White Men Can't Jump') and written by Robert Souza, a 22-year LAPD vet. It also stars Lena Olin as Harrison's love interest, Martin Landau and Dwight Yoakam. 'Hollywood Homicide' goes on general release June 13, 2003. CLEARANCE DETAILS "Hollywood Homicide" Columbia Pictures 310 244 7554
TF1 20 hours: [program of June 4, 2001]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Hollywood Video Murders (03/03/1996)
Authorities on the scene are calling the murders some of the worst they've seen in years. And they still don't know who committed the crimes. Jacque Kessler has the story.
CA: "HOLLYWOOD RIPPER" GETS DEATH SENTENCE
**FOR ADDITIONAL INFO SEE JL-103FR**\n\n --SUPERS--\nFriday\nLos Angeles\n\n --VIDEO SHOWS--\nMichael Gargiulo in court\n\n -----END-----CNN.SCRIPT-----\n\n --KEYWORD TAGS--\nCALIFORNIA JURY TRIAL ...
REPORT: RAPPER POP SMOKE KILLED IN HOLLYWOOD HOME
--SUPERS--\nWednesday\nLos Angeles\n\nCapt. Steve Lurie\nLos Angeles Police Department \n\n --LEAD IN--\nNEW YORK-BASED RAPPER "POP SMOKE" HAS DIED.\nTHAT'S ACCORDING TO U-S-A TODAY, CITING HIS RECOR ...
Entertainment: Hollywood Homicide - Harrison Ford teams up with Josh Hartnett in cop comedy
TAPE: EF03/0533 IN_TIME: 14:10:43 DURATION: 6:28 SOURCES: APTN/Columbia RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: Los Angeles, 31 May 2003 SHOTLIST Columbia Pictures 1. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Harrison Ford - on plot: "He's got three alimonies and two kids in college and car payments that he can't make and 200 dollars worth of dry cleaning that he can't pick up. He's being investigated by internal affairs for reasons that become clear in the movie and he's saddled with this young partner who is completely different than he is and doesn't understand him and he doesn't understand the kid so it's rife with comic opportunities." Columbia Pictures 3. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Josh Hartnett - on Harrison being his hero) "He knows what he wants, man, he's figured out exactly what he wants from the world and he doesn't compromise it. You have to respect a guy like that. I grew up on him you know? I admire his choices because I have to because he was my idol when I was a kid. Han Solo and I had his action figure - I used to make him ride around the Millennium Falcon you know? Like that's crazy, now I'm next to him on a poster doing a movie with him - that's kind of cool." Columbia Pictures 5. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Josh Hartnett - on similarities with character: "That's what I liked about the character is that he is in his own world, he is completely enveloped by his own neurosis and his own problems and that's kind of where we're all at in our twenties, not speaking for everybody but it feels like pretty much everybody I know is trying to figure out...we're in the colt age where we're just trying to get our legs underneath us and figure out exactly where we want to run for our future." Columbia Pictures 7. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Lena Olin - on Harrison and Josh Hartnett: "It''s hard to shoot with the two of them because, like when we were working with a car chase scene in an open car on Rodeo Drive with Harrison and Josh, you're there for five minutes and there's just crowds of women 'Harrison, Josh! Harrison, Josh!'. But they're great and I mean doing these love scenes with Harrison it's just great because he's so comfortable with who he is and in his own skin and he can just be there for you and the work and it's just great - it's very easy to work with someone like that." Columbia Pictures 9. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Russ Shelton -on filming in Hollywood: "I wanted to use Hollywood as a real backdrop so that people around the world would go 'that's Hollywood, that's not Toronto, that's Hollywood. That's not a backlot, that's not computer graphics'. So those were very tough because there's tens of thousands of tourists showing up all the time to see this. You can't control them, you can buy out a street for a few days but you can't stop people from coming. So that was the complicated part." Columbia Pictures 11. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Harrison Ford - on enjoying film experience: "You do films for different reasons. I try to do serious films and comedies to bring the audience different kinds of genres, different kinds of characters and I had a really good time making this and if I sit back and reflect on this in 10 or 20 years I think I'll just remember the good time I had." Columbia Pictures 13. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' 'HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE': RAP SLAYINGS INSPIRE HARRISON FORD COMEDY The final credits on 'Hollywood Homicide' will strenuously deny any similarity to real person or events portrayed in the movie, but it draws heavily on a number of high-profile killings that rocked LA's gun-tottin' gangsta' rap scene, dating back to the 1995 slaying of Tupac Shakur. Played as a comedy, 'Hollywood Homicide,' is the story of two detectives investigating the slaying of a rap group on stage that is possibly orchestrated by a notorious rap label boss. The unlikely detective duo are the debt-ridden Joe Gavilian (Harrison Ford - 'Indiana Jones,' ) a crusty veteran who moonlights as a real estate agent, and his young trainee, New Age K.C. Calden (Josh Hartnett - 'Pearl Harbor') a yoga instructor and wannabe actor. The producers hope the pairing of the pin-up boy Hartnett, 24, with his childhood hero, the mature heart throb Harrison, 60, will bring the ladies into the theatres, a sprinkling of action will keep the men happy, and the comedy will be enjoyed by all. The plot sees the pair discover a trail of murdered rap artists who in the past have crossed the bad guy, 'Sartain,' played by Isaiah Washington. who has recruited as head of security a former LAPD officer - echoing a real corruption scandal involving over 40 officers allegedly linked to the payroll of Death Row Records, run by the convicted rap producer kingpin, Suge Knight. A satire on LA showbiz culture, 'Hollywood Homicide' was filmed on location on some of the most famous streets of L.A. With a pumping hip hop soundtrack, including contributions from gangsta rap's latest figurehead, 50 Cent, 'Hollywood Homicide' is directed by Ron Shelton ('Dark Blue,' 'White Men Can't Jump') and written by Robert Souza, a 22-year LAPD vet. It also stars Lena Olin as Harrison's love interest, Martin Landau and Dwight Yoakam. 'Hollywood Homicide' goes on general release June 13, 2003. CLEARANCE DETAILS "Hollywood Homicide" Columbia Pictures 310 244 7554
BIZARRE HOMICIDE (1992)
HOLLYWOOD POLICE ARE CALLING THEM A REAL LIFE VERSION OF THELMA AND LOUISE. EARLY SATURDAY TWO WOMEN LURED A MAN THEY'D MET AT A BAR BACK TO THEIR MOTEL ROOM PULLED OUT A GUN ROBBED HIM AND WOULDN'T LET HIM LEAVE. HE MANAGED TO ESCAPE AND WHEN HE GOT AWAY HE WENT TO POLICE WITH THE STORY AND MORE...THAT THERE WAS A DEAD BLEEDING BODY IN THEIR CLOSET. THE 66 YEAR-OLD VICTIM HAD BEEN KILLED APPARENTLY BY TRAUMA TO THE HEAD. THE TWO WOMEN - LIZETTE VON HORSTMAN AND DEBRA GASTER - WERE ARRESTED AS THEY WALKED BACK TO THEIR MOTEL ROOM TO PICK UP THE MOTORCYCLE THEY'D LEFT BEHIND. POLICE ARE NOW INVESTIGATING WHETHER THE WOMEN MAY HAVE LEFT A TRAIL OF SIMILAR CRIMES ON THEIR WAY TO SOUTH FLORIDA.
Entertainment: Hollywood Homicide - Harrison Ford teams up with Josh Hartnett in cop comedy
TAPE: EF03/0533 IN_TIME: 14:10:43 DURATION: 6:28 SOURCES: APTN/Columbia RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: Los Angeles, 31 May 2003 SHOTLIST Columbia Pictures 1. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Harrison Ford - on plot: "He's got three alimonies and two kids in college and car payments that he can't make and 200 dollars worth of dry cleaning that he can't pick up. He's being investigated by internal affairs for reasons that become clear in the movie and he's saddled with this young partner who is completely different than he is and doesn't understand him and he doesn't understand the kid so it's rife with comic opportunities." Columbia Pictures 3. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Josh Hartnett - on Harrison being his hero) "He knows what he wants, man, he's figured out exactly what he wants from the world and he doesn't compromise it. You have to respect a guy like that. I grew up on him you know? I admire his choices because I have to because he was my idol when I was a kid. Han Solo and I had his action figure - I used to make him ride around the Millennium Falcon you know? Like that's crazy, now I'm next to him on a poster doing a movie with him - that's kind of cool." Columbia Pictures 5. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Josh Hartnett - on similarities with character: "That's what I liked about the character is that he is in his own world, he is completely enveloped by his own neurosis and his own problems and that's kind of where we're all at in our twenties, not speaking for everybody but it feels like pretty much everybody I know is trying to figure out...we're in the colt age where we're just trying to get our legs underneath us and figure out exactly where we want to run for our future." Columbia Pictures 7. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Lena Olin - on Harrison and Josh Hartnett: "It''s hard to shoot with the two of them because, like when we were working with a car chase scene in an open car on Rodeo Drive with Harrison and Josh, you're there for five minutes and there's just crowds of women 'Harrison, Josh! Harrison, Josh!'. But they're great and I mean doing these love scenes with Harrison it's just great because he's so comfortable with who he is and in his own skin and he can just be there for you and the work and it's just great - it's very easy to work with someone like that." Columbia Pictures 9. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Russ Shelton -on filming in Hollywood: "I wanted to use Hollywood as a real backdrop so that people around the world would go 'that's Hollywood, that's not Toronto, that's Hollywood. That's not a backlot, that's not computer graphics'. So those were very tough because there's tens of thousands of tourists showing up all the time to see this. You can't control them, you can buy out a street for a few days but you can't stop people from coming. So that was the complicated part." Columbia Pictures 11. Film clip - 'Hollywood Homicide' APTN Los Angeles, May 31 2003 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Harrison Ford - on enjoying film experience: "You do films for different reasons. I try to do serious films and comedies to bring the audience different kinds of genres, different kinds of characters and I had a really good time making this and if I sit back and reflect on this in 10 or 20 years I think I'll just remember the good time I had." Columbia Pictures 13. Trailer - 'Hollywood Homicide' 'HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE': RAP SLAYINGS INSPIRE HARRISON FORD COMEDY The final credits on 'Hollywood Homicide' will strenuously deny any similarity to real person or events portrayed in the movie, but it draws heavily on a number of high-profile killings that rocked LA's gun-tottin' gangsta' rap scene, dating back to the 1995 slaying of Tupac Shakur. Played as a comedy, 'Hollywood Homicide,' is the story of two detectives investigating the slaying of a rap group on stage that is possibly orchestrated by a notorious rap label boss. The unlikely detective duo are the debt-ridden Joe Gavilian (Harrison Ford - 'Indiana Jones,' ) a crusty veteran who moonlights as a real estate agent, and his young trainee, New Age K.C. Calden (Josh Hartnett - 'Pearl Harbor') a yoga instructor and wannabe actor. The producers hope the pairing of the pin-up boy Hartnett, 24, with his childhood hero, the mature heart throb Harrison, 60, will bring the ladies into the theatres, a sprinkling of action will keep the men happy, and the comedy will be enjoyed by all. The plot sees the pair discover a trail of murdered rap artists who in the past have crossed the bad guy, 'Sartain,' played by Isaiah Washington. who has recruited as head of security a former LAPD officer - echoing a real corruption scandal involving over 40 officers allegedly linked to the payroll of Death Row Records, run by the convicted rap producer kingpin, Suge Knight. A satire on LA showbiz culture, 'Hollywood Homicide' was filmed on location on some of the most famous streets of L.A. With a pumping hip hop soundtrack, including contributions from gangsta rap's latest figurehead, 50 Cent, 'Hollywood Homicide' is directed by Ron Shelton ('Dark Blue,' 'White Men Can't Jump') and written by Robert Souza, a 22-year LAPD vet. It also stars Lena Olin as Harrison's love interest, Martin Landau and Dwight Yoakam. 'Hollywood Homicide' goes on general release June 13, 2003. CLEARANCE DETAILS "Hollywood Homicide" Columbia Pictures 310 244 7554