Genre: ACTION / THRILLER
Release Dates: OCTOBER 14, 2005
Trailers: Trailer in various sizes and formats
Taglines: Heads you live…tails you die.
Production Company: Scott Free Productions / Davis Films
Keira Knightley stars in the wild action thriller Domino, the latest project from director Tony Scott (Man on Fire, Beverly Hills Cop II, True Romance). A trademark Scott film, Domino presents an entertaining mix of gritty action, biting comedy and sharp visuals. The film tells the true story of Domino Harvey, daughter of legendary actor Laurence Harvey and a former Ford model who rejected her privileged Beverly Hills life to become a bounty hunter.
Crew: Tony Scott (director and producer); Richard Kelly (writer); Samuel Hadida and Ridley Scott (producers); Peter Toumasis (associate producer); Barry Waldman (executive producer)
Cast: Keira Knightley as Domino Harvey, Mena Suvari as Kimmie (Assistant TV Producer), Riz Abbasi, Shondrella Avery as Lashandra Davis, Julian Berlin as Sorority Girl, Jacqueline Bisset as Domino’s mother, Tabitha Brownstone as Young Domino, Mary Castro as Exotic Dancer, Ash Christian as Keg President, Adam Clark as FBI Agent Cosgrove, Ashley Monique Clark as Kee Kee, Matt Clifford as Wardrobe PA, Dabney Coleman, Phillip Darlington as FBI Agent Zendejo, Dale Dickey as Edna Fender, Michelle Fabiano as Cigliutti’s Wife, Macy Gray as Lashindra Davis, Brian Austin Green as Himself, Grant Hayes as Brad, Mo’Nique Imes-Jackson as Lateesha, Peter Jacobson as Burke Beckett, Robbie Kaller as Zoo Brother, Stanley Kamel, Patrick Kerr as DMV Manager, Michael Kuroiwa, Melissa Lee as College girl, Randolph LeRoi as Bishop Goon #6, Delroy Lindo, Lucy Liu as
Taryn Miles (FBI psychologist), Tiger Mendez as Bounty Hunter, Andy Milder as FBI Agent, Mark Newsom as Dr. Waldman, Paul Nguyen as Vietnamese thug, Joe Nunez as Raul Chavez, Kel O’Neill as Frances, Edgar Ramirez as Choco, Allie Raye as Woman at Seminar, Mickey Rourke as Ed, Paul Sklar as Bishop Goon #2, Lew Temple as Locus Fender, Christopher Walken as TV Producer, Lora Witty as Nanny and Ian Ziering
Studio: New Line Cinema