Living… in L.A. without a car. Annie is a typical city-dweller. She doesn’t like to put up with blabbering tourists, and she’d rather get to where she’s trying to go in peace. Unfortunately, Annie’s driver’s license has just been revoked – for speeding. Lately, she’s been forced to take public transportation. She doesn’t know how she’s going to survive on the bus without her cigarettes.
Visiting… the number 2525 bus from Venice to Downtown. In order to get to work she has to bear the sometimes strange people who ride the bus every day. Luckily, she’s developed a rapport with the driver, Sam.
Interests… her car. Annie likes to drive – she think it’s one of the best things about living in L.A. Ironically, she’s now found herself driving to save her life.
Relationship Status… falling for a tough cop named Jack Traven. Annie and Jack meet under stressful circumstances: they’re both in a fight to save themselves from a deadly bomb. The cynical Annie knows that “relationships that start under intense circumstances, they never last.”
Challenge… keeping her bus above 50 miles per hour. The psychotic terrorist Howard Payne has attached a bomb to Annie’s bus and has set it to detonate if its speed falls below 50 mph. Annie has to take the wheel when Sam the bus driver is wounded, and now she’s in for the ride of her life. She just hopes it’s not her last. She’s going to have to rise to the occasion – with Jack’s help – if she and the rest of the people on her bus are going to live.
Personality… jaded and sarcastic, but tougher than she knows. She will drive her bus straight into your heart – at a speed never dipping below 50 mph.
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