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stunt

1
a person, animal, or plant that has been stunted

stunt

2
an acrobatic or dangerous piece of action in a film or television programme

stunt

[stənt]
(plant pathology)
Any of several plant diseases marked by reduction in size of the plant.
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When it comes to action, Gore Verbinski''s film delivers at a canter, including two outrageous set pieces aboard moving trains that are a thrilling combination of old-fashioned stunt work and pyrotechnics.
While fans of cowboy memorabilia and insights will be the most likely readers of his autobiography, any interested in Hollywood stunt actors will also find COWBOY STUNTMAN packed with insights on the industry in general and stunt work in particular.
Sanchez also has done stunt work in Oblivion, Texas Chainsaw 3D and Now You See Me, among others.
During an earlier conversation with Lee he told me how he got into stunt work largely as a result of a "misspent youth".
He also said that he enjoys his stunt work on films, adding: "I still get a big kick out of it.
Philip Seymour Hoffman is outstanding as Davian and JJ Abrams'' direction is superb, as is Vic Armstrong''s stunt work.
Although some female journalists were offered more adventurous reporting gigs, including stunt work and undercover assignments, many were relegated to the women's page--yet still left a mark.
In addition to making polyurethane parts for demanding industrial applications, the company also designs special legs for Pieretti's stunt work.
He provides fascinating behind-the-scenes insights into his stunt work on major movies ranging from I Am Legend to Terminator 2, documenting a range of film challenges and how the stunts were performed.
Bethany taught me how to surf, but she did all of the stunt work.
They would bring me in to test--there was a green screen test, and I would do some stunt work, I would do some acting, then they had me train with pistols, rifles.
Jones' comic book series, a decent adaptation by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas (last year's 3:10 to Yuma remake) and Chris Morgan (Cellular), a terrific cast and jaw-dropping stunt work.