A documentary about the life, times and work of the Oscar-winning screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, who wrote Spartacus, Roman Holiday and many other classics. He was blacklisted during the late Forties because he had been involved with the Communist Party, then went on to win an Oscar for a movie script, The Brave One, he wrote under a pseudonym. In interviews and archival footage, Trumbo and his friends and family recall his struggles and triumphs. Contemporary actors including Joan Allen, Michael Douglas, Brian Dennehy and Dustin Hoffman perform scenes from his work. Directed by Peter Askin. With Josh Lucas, Christopher Trumbo, Donald Sutherland and Peter Hanson. Categories: Documentary, Biography. Year: 2007.
Josh Lucas in Trumbo
In 1966, Texas Western coach Don Haskins (Josh Lucas) leads the first college basketball team with all-black starters to the NCAA national championship. After a recruiting trip to find the best talent, Haskins leads a team of seven blacks and five whites through a season of ridicule and insurmountable odds to eventually take on a powerhouse team from Kentucky. Directed by James Gartner. With Jon Voight. Categories: Drama, Sports, Based on a True Story. Year: 2006.
Josh Lucas in Glory Road
When the military develops "EDI," a deadly new aircraft that flies using an advanced artificial intelligence, US Navy test pilots Ben Gannon (Josh Lucas), Kara Wade (Jessica Biel) and Henry Purcell (Jamie Foxx) are hesitant to accept their new wingman. Their opinions begin to change when EDI proves useful during their first mission. But, when a lightning storm fries EDI's circuitry and turns it stops following commands, it is up to the human pilots to ground the renegade aircraft and prevent a nuclear war. Directed by Rob Cohen. With Sam Shepard and Joe Morton. Categories: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Thriller. Year: 2005.
Josh Lucas in Stealth
Bruce Banner (Eric Bana) is a genetic scientist working on rejuvenation technology when a lab accident exposes him to intense radiation. His miraculous survival turns tragic when he discovers that he transforms into a raging green beast if he doesn't control his anger. Bruce's lover Betty Ross (Jennifer Connelly) turns to his mysterious father (Nick Nolte) to try to find a cure, but the sinister man has plans for his mutated son. Directed by Ang Lee. With Sam Elliott, Josh Lucas and Paul Kersey. Categories: Action, Sci-Fi. Year: 2003.
Josh Lucas in Hulk
Melanie Carmichael (Reese Witherspoon) runs away from her white trash Alabama upbringing to become a fashion designer in New York. Recently engaged to a successful businessman (Patrick Dempsey), Melanie has almost everything she's ever dreamed of, but there's just one problem: She's still married to her high school sweetheart (Josh Lucas). Melanie travels south to set things straight, but once she's there leaving is a lot harder than she thought. Directed by Andy Tennant. With Candice Bergen, Fred Ward and Jean Smart. Categories: Comedy, Romance, Drama. Year: 2002.
Josh Lucas in Sweet Home Alabama
John Forbes Nash (Russell Crowe) is a mathematical genius studying at Princeton University when he hallucinates for the first time. As his brilliance grows, so does his mental illness, caused by schizophrenia that even his love for Alicia (Jennifer Connelly) can't fix. After accepting a job as a cryptologist for the military, Nash's delusions explode and he must defeat the insanity threatening to destroy his life. Directed by Ron Howard. With Ed Harris, Christopher Plummer, Paul Bettany and Judd Hirsch. Categories: Biography, Drama, Mystery. Year: 2001.
Josh Lucas in A Beautiful Mind
Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) has it all: a designer wardrobe, a luxury apartment and more money than he can spend. But, beneath the surface, Bateman struggles to fit in with his Wall Street cohorts. And, the harder he tries, the more unhinged he becomes and the less control he has over the bloody urges that make him feel like an individual. Directed by Mary Harron. With Willem Dafoe, Reese Witherspoon and Chloë Sevigny. Categories: Drama, Horror, Comedy, Thriller. Year: 2000.
Josh Lucas in American Psycho