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 MORGAN CREEK PRODUCTIONS ANNOUNCES 'THE CRUSH' CAST
 LOS ANGELES, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Morgan Creek Productions announced today the cast members for the psychological thriller, "The Crush." The film's cast features Cary Elwes, Jennifer Rubin and Alicia Silverstone.
 "The Crush" is a Morgan Creek Production written and directed by Alan Shapiro, who makes his theatrical directorial debut. James G. Robinson will serve as producer and Gary Barber as executive producer. The film is set to be distributed domestically in the spring of 1993 by Warner Bros. and internationally by Morgan Creek International.
 "The Crush" is a psychological thriller in which Nick (Elwes) is on the fast track: he's young, handsome, in love with a beautiful photographer (Rubin) and on the rise as a journalist. To top it off, he's just moved into a guest house behind a beautiful estate. But Nick's world threatens to come to a screeching halt when his landlord's sophisticated but troubled young daughter, Darian (Silverstone) develops an obsessive crush and sets about to destroy anyone or anything that gets in her way.
 Elwes, who stars in Francis Ford Coppola's upcoming thriller "Bram Stoker's Dracula," was most recently seen in last year's smash "Hot Shots!" His other credits include, "Days of Thunder," "Glory" and "Princess Bride." Rubin stars in the upcoming "Desert Lunch" for Propaganda Films and her other credits include "The Doors," "Bad Dreams," "A Nightmare on Elm Street Part III: Dream Warriors" as well as HBO's "Tales From the Crypt." Making her motion picture debut, Silverstone's credits include television's "Me & Nick" and "Concourse Kids" as well as numerous stage productions.
 Award-winning director/writer Alan Shapiro's credits include the Disney Channel's "Tiger Town," starring Roy Scheider, which won the ACE Award for the Best Film of 1984, "Philly Boy," an NBC movie-of- the-week starring Jason Bateman and the 2-hour pilot for Francis Ford Coppola's "The Outsiders."
 The film's crew includes Michael MacDonald as line producer, cinematographer Bruce Surtees ("Men Don't Leave," "Beverly Hills Cop") and production designer Michael Bolton ("White Fang," "The Fly II," "Star 80").
 The film will be shot entirely on location in Vancouver, British Columbia. Filming on "The Crush" will begin on Sept. 24.
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