John Marshall

son of Noel Marshall, the filmmaker behind 'Roar'

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Son of Noel Marshall, the filmmaker behind Roar

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It has a very loose plot. But the plot isn’t the point. Roar was shot with dozens of big cats: lions, tigers, panthers.

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It has a very loose plot. But the plot isn’t the point. Roar was shot with dozens of big cats: lions, tigers, panthers.

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