DAVID TWOHY's most recent film as
director was "The Arrival" (1996). Twohy' also wrote the original screenplay for the film, which starred Charlie Sheen and Ron Silver. The film earned a 1996 Saturn Award from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror.
Twohy made his feature film directorial debut with "Disaster in Time" (a.k.a. "The Grand Tour") (1992). He also wrote the film's screenplay adaptation, from Lawrence O'Donnell and C.L. Moore's novella Vintage Season. The film, which starred Jeff Daniels and Ariana Richards, received the Grand Prix at the 1992 Brussels Festival du Film Fantastique; and a 1992 Golden Scroll from the Academy of Science Fiction. Fantasy & Horror.
He conceived the story of, and served as co-screenwriter on, Andrew Davis' 1993 Academy Award-nominated blockbuster hit "The Fugitive," which starred Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones (in his Academy Award-winning role).
Twohy's other film credits include Deran Serafian's "Terminal
Velocity," starring Charlie Sheen and Nastassja Kinski, which he wrote and executive-produced; Kevin Reynolds' "Waterworld" (as co-screenwriter); and Ridley Scott's "GI. Jane" (as co-screenwriter).
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