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FULL SYNOPSIS

In this suspense drama, a college student finds himself immersed in forces beyond his control. Born and raised in a working-class Connecticut community, Luke McNamara (Joshua Jackson) made it into an Ivy League college, where he's done quite well; his dream is to be accepted into Harvard Law School, but he knows that it will take more than a good report card to beat out the competition. When an upper-crust secret society called the Skulls asks Luke to join, he eagerly accepts, thinking that the club's connections will help him gain acceptance to Harvard. He enjoys the Skulls' luxurious lifestyle, but when his roommate, a journalism student, dies of an apparent suicide, he's convinced that something is wrong. The deeper Luke digs into the secrets of the Skulls, the more he's convinced that his friend's death was no suicide and that he's put himself in more danger than he imagined. The Skulls was the first starring vehicle for Joshua Jackson, who gained fame on the TV series Joshua Jackson; the supporting cast includes Paul Walker, Craig T. Nelson, Hill Harper, and William L. Petersen. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:March 31, 2000

Cast

Joshua Jackson
as Luke McNamara
Paul Walker
as Caleb Mandrake
Hill Harper
as Will Beckford
Leslie Bibb
as Chloe
Christopher McDonald
as Martin Lombard
Steve Harris
as Detective Sparrow
William Petersen
as Ames Levitt
Craig T. Nelson
as Litten Mandrake
David Christo
as Shawn Packford

Crew

Rob Cohen
Director
Neal H. Moritz
Producer
John Pogue
Producer
John Pogue
Screenwriter
Shane Hurlbut
Cinematographer
Randy Edelman
Composer (Music Score)
Peter Amundson
Editor
Bob Ziembicki
Production Designer
Peter Grundy
Art Director
Nancy Kirhoffer
Associate Producer
Creighton Bellinger
Associate Producer
Chris J. Ball
Executive Producer
William Tyrer
Executive Producer
Bruce Mellon
Executive Producer
Neal H. Moritz
Set Designer
Neil Morfitt
Set Designer
Marie-Sylvie Deveau
Costume Designer
Glen Gauthier
Sound/Sound Designer
Tony Lucibello
First Assistant Director
Mary Vernieu
Casting
Anne McCarthy
Casting
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