Saturday, 26 January 2008

Nicholas Braun: Beveling Time in "Minutemen"

Call it retaliation of the nerds: in the Disney new film "Minutemen" three higher school nerds, including the enormously favorite Nicholas Braun, produce a moment car to get backwards and violin with previous events to color downward their oddball quotient and get more chilly at school. But these moment travelers aren't changing story like Bill and Ted; obviously they can simply get backwards in moment two days at the almost, and can simply remain in the past for 10 minutes.

One of the classmates of the Nicholas Braun role and his buddies is 19-year-old player Steven R. McQueen, who plays a football musician. If that figure sounds conversant, it should: he is the grandson of fabled player Steve McQueen. (Along with Nicholas Braun, the new creators of the moment car are Luke Benward and Jason Dolley. ) Nicholas Braun is an active human (yes, at 19 years older, he's no longer a child): you may recognize him from 2001's "Walter and Henry" or from "Sky High" (2005), or from his guest stints on "Law & Order: SVU," "Without a Trace," and "Shark. " You can discover his comprehensive filmography on his page at IMDB. Nicholas Braun's formal Web place too notes that he's doing two brief films and has signed with a broker to make commercials.

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