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Rolfe Kent (born April 18, 1963 in St. Albans in England) is a British film composer. Life. Kent has been a film music composer since 1989 and has participated in more than 60 productions. Occasionally he is also active as a conductor. Kent was for the music to the film Legally Blonde (2001) for the Film Award Golden Satellite Award nomination.
Charlie St. Cloud is a 2010 American drama film based on Ben Sherwood's novel The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud, published in 2004 by Bantam Books. The film is directed by Burr Steers and stars Zac Efron and Amanda Crew. The story is of Charlie St. Cloud's choice between keeping a promise he made to his brother, who died in a car accident ...
Sex and Death 101 is a 2007 dark comedy science fiction film written and directed by Daniel Waters, released in the United States on April 4, 2008.The film marks the reunion of writer director Daniel Waters and Winona Ryder, who previously worked on the 1988 film Heathers, written by Waters.
Labor Day is a 2013 American drama film written and directed by Jason Reitman, based on the 2009 novel of the same name by Joyce Maynard. the film stars Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin and was co-produced by Paramount Pictures and Indian Paintbrush, premiering at the Telluride Film Festival on August 29, 2013, and was a Special Presentation at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
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Orphaned at age three, when his mother was brutally murdered with a chainsaw by drug dealers, Dexter (Michael C. Hall) was adopted by Miami police officer Harry Morgan (James Remar). Recognizing the boy's trauma and the subsequent development of his sociopathic tendencies, Harry has manipulated Dexter to channel his gruesome bloodlust into vigilantism, killing only heinous criminals who slip through the criminal justice system. To facilitate covering his prolific trail of homicides, Dexter ga...
Although the series is set in Miami, Florida, many of the exterior scenes are filmed in Long Beach, California. Many landmark buildings and locations in Long Beach are featured throughout the series. The finale episode's airport scene takes place at Ontario International Airport in Ontario, California.
In preparation for the UK launch of the series, Fox experimented with an SMS-based viral marketingcampaign. Mobile phone owners received the following unsolicited SMS messages addressed to them by name with no identifying information other than being from "Dexter": "Hello (name). I'm heading to the UK sooner than you might think. Dexter." The SMS-message was followed by an email directing the user to an online video "news report" about a recent spree of killings. Using on-the-fly video manipu...
Besides Hall playing the title character, the show's supporting cast includes Jennifer Carpenter as Dexter's adoptive sister and co-worker (and later boss) Debra, and James Remar as Dexter's adoptive father, Harry Morgan. Dexter's co-workers include Lauren Vélez as Lieutenant (later Captain) María LaGuerta, Dexter and Debra's supervisor, David Zayasas Detective Sergeant (later Lieutenant) Angel Batista, and C. S. Lee as lab tech Vince Masuka (promoted to title credits in season two). Erik Kin...
The main creative forces behind the series were executive producers Daniel Cerone, Clyde Phillips, and Melissa Rosenberg. Cerone left the show after its second season. Executive producer and showrunner Phillips departed the series, after a record-setting season-four finale, to spend more time with his family; 24 co-executive producer Chip Johannessen took over Phillips' post.Head writer Melissa Rosenberg left after season four, as well. After the conclusion of season five, Chip Johannessen wa...
Although reception to individual seasons has varied, the overall response to Dexter has been positive. The first, second, fourth, and seventh seasons received critical acclaim, the third and fifth seasons received generally positive reviews, while the sixth and eighth seasons received mixed to negative reviews. While remarking on some of the show's more formulaic elements (quirky detective, hero with dense workmates, convenient plot contrivances), Tad Friend of The New Yorkerremarked that whe...
The season-three finale, on December 14, 2008, was watched by 1.51 million viewers, giving Showtime its highest ratings for any of its original series since 2004,when Nielsen started including original shows on premium channels in its ratings. The season-four finale aired on December 13, 2009, and was watched by 2.6 million viewers. It broke records for all of Showtime's original series and was their highest-rated telecast in over a decade.The season-five finale was watched by a slightly smal...
Awards and nominations
Dexter was nominated for 24 Primetime Emmy Awards, including in the category of Outstanding Drama Series four times in a row, from 2008 to 2011, and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (for Hall) five times in a row, from 2008 to 2012. It has also been nominated for ten Golden Globe Awards (winning two), seven Screen Actors Guild Awards and received a Peabody Awardin 2007. On December 14, 2006, Hall was nominated for a Golden Globe Award at the 64th Golden Globe Awards. In 2008, the show...
The opening title theme for Dexter was written by Rolfe Kent and scored by American composer Daniel Licht. The series music for each episode was overseen by Gary Calamar of Go Music and coordinated by Alyson Vidoli. "Dexter Main Title" (Rolfe Kent) – 1:40 "Tonight’s the Night" (Michael C. Hall, Daniel Licht) – 1:07 "Conoci La Paz" (Beny Moré) – 3:03 "Uruapan Breaks" (Kinky) – 2:21 "Flores Para Ti" (Raw Artistic Soul featuring Rafael Cortez) – 5:16 "Blood" (Michael C. Hall, Daniel Licht) – 0:59 "Con Mi Guaguanco" (Ray Armando) – 7:12 "Perfidia" (Mambo All-Stars) – 2:37 "Sometimes I Wonder" (Michael C. Hall, Daniel Licht) – 0:29 "Born Free" (Andy Williams) – 2:25 "Dexter Main Title" (Kinky) – 1:41 "Escalation" (Daniel Licht) – 2:09 "Shipyard" (Daniel Licht) – 2:03 "Deborah Loves Rudy/The House" (Daniel Licht) – 3:12 "I Can’t Kill" (Daniel Licht) – 2:21 "Voodoo Jailtime" (Daniel Licht) – 2:58 "New Legs" (Daniel Licht) – 2:01 "Photo Albums" (Daniel Licht) – 3:22 "Courting the Night" (Da...
Dexter: Early Cuts
Dexter: Early Cuts is an animated web series that premiered on October 25, 2009.Hall reprises his role as the voice of Dexter. KTV Media International Bullseye Art produced and animated the webisodes, working closely with Showtime for sound editing, Interspectacular for direction, and illustrators Kyle Baker, Ty Templeton, Andrés Vera Martínez, and Devin Lawson for creating distinctive illustrations. The webisodes are animated with 2.5D style, where flat two-dimensional illustrations are brou...
In August 2007, the album soundtrack entitled Dexter: Music from the Showtime Original Serieswas released featuring music from the television series. The album was produced by Showtime and distributed by Milan Records. The digital download version offers five additional bonus tracks from the show's first two seasons.
Marvel Comics released a Dexter limited series in July 2013. The comic books are written by creator Jeff Lindsay and drawn by Dalihbor Talajic. Another limited series, called Dexter: Down Under, was published in 2014.
On October 14, 2020, it was announced that Dexter would return with a 10-episode limited series, starring Michael C. Hall in his original role, with Clyde Phillips returning as showrunner. Production is set to begin at the end of 2020, with a late 2021 premiere date. On January 5, 2021, Clancy Brownwas cast as Kurt Caldwell, Dexter's main villain.Dexter on IMDbDexter at MetacriticDexter at Rotten TomatoesDexter at TV.com
5/30/2007 Video: Rolfe Kent talks about 'Reign Over Me' released by Lakeshore Records; 6/26/2006 Theodore Shapiro replaces Rolfe Kent on 'You, Me and Dupree' 6/12/2006 Rolfe Kent scores 'You, Me and Dupree' 6/1/2006 BMI caffeinates film music on June 25; 6/19/2005 Copeland, Kent and Shearmur speak at LA Film Fest
Nov 19, 2017 · Rolfe R. Kent Net Worth is $1.1 Million Rolfe R. Kent Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018 Rolfe Kent was born in 1963 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England as Rolfe R. Kent.
Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made is a 2020 American comedy film based on the book series of the same name by Stephan Pastis that debuted on Disney+.The film is directed by Tom McCarthy, produced by Alexander Dostal, McCarthy and Jim Whitaker from a screenplay written by McCarthy and Pastis and stars Winslow Fegley, Ophelia Lovibond, Craig Robinson and Wallace Shawn.