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Jay Baruchel, Tropic Thunder (3)

Jay Baruchel, Tropic Thunder (3)

Young actor Kevin Sandusky (Jay Baruchel) gets his first major acting assignment in an epic war movie that goes awry in the action-comedy “Tropic Thunder”.
Photo credit: Merie Weismiller Wallace

Jay Baruchel, Robert Downey Jr., Jack Black, Tropic Thunder (8)

Jay Baruchel, Robert Downey Jr., Jack Black, Tropic Thunder (8)

Left to right: Kevin Sandusky (Jay Baruchel), Kirk Lazarus (Robert Downey Jr.) and Jeff Portnoy (Jack Black) are shooting an epic war movie and wind up in a real battle in the action-comedy “Tropic Thunder”.
Photo credit: Merie Weismiller Wallace

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