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But the Hollywood set did not exactly chase him out of town - like Kurt Russell in the movie Escape From LA.
It was a bad time, but I am feeling much better," she adds, explaining the reasons for her original escape from LA.
Peter became a hippie icon in 1969's Easy Rider before starring in a string of offbeat movies such as Race With The Devil and Escape From LA, before he won an Oscar nomination for Ulee's Gold (1997).
IF you saw Escape From New York then you'll know exactly what to expect from its belated sci-fi sequel ESCAPE FROM LA, in which whispering Kurt Russell returns as one-eyed action-man Snake Plissken.
Although he is best known as the LA motorcycle cop from the TV series CHiPs, ERIK ESTRADA is back on the big screen in the new National Lampoon comedy Van Wilder: Party Liaison, but he once starred in more serious fare in The New Centurions alongside STACEY KEACH, who last appeared in a film of note in Escape From LA with the wonderful STEVE BUSCEMI.
Busy boy Kurt had a hit earlier this year with the thriller Executive Decision and he already has another movie set to be released soon after Escape From LA.
s 3D software, Director John Carpenter has created a futuristic, post-apocalyptic setting for Paramount Pictures' upcoming feature film Escape from LA.
There is also a possibility that there may be a third film (tentatively titled Escape From Earth) starring the character who re-appeared in the 1996 sequel, John Carpenter's Escape From LA.