|ADVISORY/Amazon Theater Premieres "Tooth Fairy'' Starring Chris Noth|
--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Amazon.com (Nasdaq:AMZN):
Fourth in the five-film series, "Tooth Fairy" features Noth as a
beleaguered father on a good-humored odyssey
WHAT: The fourth of five films in the Amazon Theater short film series, "Tooth Fairy" stars Chris Noth and is directed by Jake Scott. The film debuts today, November 30 on Amazon.com's homepage (www.amazon.com). Amazon has produced a series of five short films distributed ONLY on Amazon.com as a free holiday gift to its customers. Today, and each Tuesday through December 7, Amazon will debut a new film in the Amazon Theater series, which customers can view directly from the Amazon.com homepage. "Amazon Theater is at the forefront of a growing trend in which people are turning to their computers for entertainment content," said actor Chris Noth. "In the foreseeable future, there will be more movies and series and all kinds of things that will be viewed exclusively on our computer screens." The film, which was shot in August in the Los Angeles suburb of Burbank, features Noth as a father who goes beyond the call of duty to play his beloved daughter's Tooth Fairy. WHO: -- Jake Scott: Awarded an Emmy in 2002 for his direction of Nike's "Move," director Jake Scott uses an original cinematic approach to explore the gamut of human emotion, from humor and pathos to aesthetic wonder. In 2001, the "Move" commercial quickly became an anthem for athletes around the world and received several international accolades for Scott, including the Emmy for Best Commercial. Scott is also an award-winning music video director, and in 1999 he received the VH-1 Vogue Fashion Award for Most Stylish Video (No Doubt's "New," from the soundtrack to the motion picture Go). His music video for Radiohead's "Fake Plastic Trees" was recently voted by MTV as one of the 100 Greatest Music Videos of All Time, as was the video he directed for R.E.M.'s "Everybody Hurts." Scott made his feature directorial debut in October 1999 with the USA Films release Plunkett & Macleane. The film, based on the real-life exploits of two notorious 18th-century highwaymen, stars Liv Tyler, Jonny Lee Miller, and Robert Carlyle. Scott is also deeply involved in the development of several other feature-film projects. -- Chris Noth: Best known as Sarah Jessica Parker's on-again, off-again romancer, Mr. Big on the hugely successful "Sex and the City," Chris Noth's numerous credits include a 5-year starring role on "Law & Order," "Castaway," "Baby Boom" and "Hill Street Blues." Additionally, customers can use the interactive credits at the end of "Tooth Fairy" to shop on Amazon.com for items appearing in the film. Product cameos include: Cookware: Calphalon Tri-Ply Stainless Cookware Set Cutlery: Calphalon Stainless 15-Piece Cutlery Set Tea Kettle: Calphalon Collectors Edition Stainless Steel Tea Kettle Paper Towel Holder: Calphalon Pantryware Enclosed Paper Towel Holder Sink Wrench: IRWIN Vise-Grip 274001 11" Quick Adjusting Pipe Wrench Tool Set: Allied 69062 196 Piece Tool Set in Metal Tool Box Picnic Table: Strathwood Folding 30-Inch Bistro Table Barbeque: Weber 2005 Genesis Gold C Grill Barbeque Cover: Weber Premium Grill Cover Cocoa Canister: Godiva Dark Chocolate Truffle Hot Cocoa Canister 17.4 oz Acoustic Guitar: Rogue RA-100D Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Electric Guitar: Epiphone Les Paul Classic Electric Guitar Drum Set: Pulse Pro 5-Piece Drum Set Keyboard: Yamaha PSR295MS Portable Electronic Keyboard Basketball: Official NBA Game Ball Boy's T-shirt: NBA Player T-shirt WHEN: Premieres Tuesday, November 30, 2004 and screens through Monday, December 6 WHERE: Amazon.com (www.amazon.com) CONTACT: Jani Baker or Molly Ingle Amazon.com 206.266.7810 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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