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Black Mass (2015)

  • Rate: 7.3/10 total 33,337 votes 
  • Genre: Biography | Crime | Drama
  • Release Date: 18 September 2015 (USA)
  • Runtime: 122 min
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  • IMDb page: Black Mass (2015)
  • Rate: 7.3/10 total 33,337 votes 
  • Genre: Biography | Crime | Drama
  • Release Date: 18 September 2015 (USA)
  • Runtime: 122 min
  • Filming Location: Harvard Club of Boston, 374 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Budget: $53,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $61,318,273 (USA) (23 October 2015)
  • Director: Scott Cooper
  • Stars: Johnny Depp, Benedict Cumberbatch, Dakota Johnson | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Junkie XL  (as Tom Holkenborg) 
  • Soundtrack: It's Not My Cross To Bear
  • Sound Mix: Datasat | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: FBI | Criminal | Mafia | Senator | Murder

Writing Credits By:

  • Mark Mallouk (screenplay) and
  • Jez Butterworth (screenplay)
  • Dick Lehr (book) and
  • Gerard O'Neill (book)

Known Trivia

  • Johnny Depp tried multiple times to speak to Whitey Bulger while preparing for the role to which Bulger declined. 308 of 309 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Johnny Depp said that this is his favorite out of all the films he has done. 428 of 432 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Johnny Depp left the project due to salary issues. He later returned in the lead role. 208 of 211 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • In an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003), Johnny Depp admitted that he broke his rule of not watching his own movies with this one. He was at the film’s debut in Venice. He was about to skip out of watching the film, but the director asked him to stay, so he did. 170 of 172 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • In order to ensure that Johnny Depp’s performance was true to the actual Whitey Bulger, Scott Cooper hired some of Bulger’s old associates as consultants to the film with each of them praising Depp’s performance by simply saying “That’s Whitey.” 157 of 160 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • In an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003), Johnny Depp stated that he picked up his Boston accent for the film from hanging out with Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry. 92 of 93 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Guy Pearce was originally cast as Billy Bulger but dropped out of the project for undisclosed reasons. 130 of 133 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Despite filming a substantial amount of scenes as Catherine Greig, Sienna Miller’s part was cut for pacing reasons. 55 of 55 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Based on the New York Times Best Seller “Black Mass: The True Story of an Unholy Alliance Between the FBI and the Irish Mob” written by Dick Lehr and Gerard O’Neill. 65 of 66 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • According to Scott Cooper, the original run time for the film was close to 3 hours but cut it down due to pacing issues. 64 of 65 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |

Goofs: Factual errors: The epilogue states that William Bulger later became Chancellor of the University of Massachusetts. William Bulger was President of the University of Massachusetts, a position overseeing the entire UMass system. Chancellor is a lower position, and each UMass campus has one.

Plot: The true story of Whitey Bulger, the brother of a state senator and the most infamous violent criminal in the history of South Boston, who became an FBI informant to take down a Mafia family invading his turf. Full summary »  »

Story: John Connolly and James “Whitey” Bulger grew up together on the streets of South Boston. Decades later, in the late 1970s, they would meet again. By then, Connolly was a major figure in the FBI’s Boston office and Whitey had become godfather of the Irish Mob. What happened between them – a dirty deal to trade secrets and take down Boston’s Italian Mafia in the process – would spiral out of control, leading to murders, drug dealing, racketeering indictments, and, ultimately, to Bulger making the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List. Written byE Anderson and J. Breaux


Synopsis: In the opening scene, Agent Eric Olsen (Lonnie Farmer) is interrogating Kevin Weeks (Jesse Plemons). Olsen asks Kevin to tell him everything he knows about his involvement with the Winter Hill Gang of South Boston, the business dealings of former FBI Agent John Connolly (Joel Edgerton), and anything Kevin can say about his former boss/fugitive James "Whitey" Bulger (Johnny Depp).

Flashback to Boston, 1975.

Kevin is seen working as a bouncer outside a bar that Whitey (known to his friends and family as Jimmy) frequents with the other members of his gang – John Martorano (W. Earl Brown), Steve Flemmi (Rory Cochrane), and Tommy King (Scott Anderson). Whitey is introduced as criticizing Martorano for putting his fingers in his mouth after repeatedly taking from a bowl of nuts. Whitey is called outside when Kevin is fighting a man who turns out to be Whitey’s cousin.

The next day, Whitey makes Kevin drive him and another man, part of the Angiulo crime family, out by a beach where Whitey and Kevin both start to brutally beat the man up and leave him for dead. Later, Whitey goes back into town and greets an old woman who asks him about his stint in Alcatraz. Kevin tells Olsen that Whitey was well-liked in his part of town.

Whitey goes home to his mother (Mary Klug), where they play Gin Rummy so he can pay her back some money. They are later joined for dinner by Whitey’s brother Billy (Benedict Cumberbatch), who is the state senator.

John Connolly, whom Whitey and Billy knew as kids, returns to Boston and has made a name for himself with the FBI. John meets Billy for lunch to try and get closer to Whitey, but Billy won’t tell him anything.

John later meets with Whitey at night. He proposes an idea for Whitey to be his informant to take down other mobs, specifically the Angiulos. Whitey doesn’t like the idea of being a snitch for the FBI, but John persuades him on the grounds that Whitey can help take down those that, in Whitey’s opinion, deserve to get screwed over.

The Angiulos murder a Winter Hill Gang member, leading Whitey to go ahead and agree to be an informant. He confides in Steve over his actions, which surprises Steve.

John discusses his plans to his boss Charles McGuire (Kevin Bacon) and fellow Agent Robert Fitzpatrick (Adam Scott). McGuire doubts John’s success in taking down the criminals they’re after, but John has some support from another co-worker, John Morris (David Harbour).

While driving, Whitey and his boys run into a cop who says the Angiulos are trying to send the Winter Hill Gang a message. Tommy becomes abrasive and swears at the cop, but Steve and Martorano hold him back. The gang goes to the bar where Tommy is still fuming over his encounter with the cop, to which Whitey says Tommy wouldn’t have done anything. Tommy gets up and tries to pick a fight with Whitey. He responds by getting up calmly and telling Tommy to take a shot and make it a good one. Tommy cools down and takes his seat.

Whitey visits his girlfriend Lindsey Cyr (Dakota Johnson) and their son Douglas (Luke Ryan). During dinner, Lindsey brings up that Douglas got in trouble at school for hitting another kid. Whitey is proud of the boy, but says that he got in trouble because he struck the other kid while people were looking. Therefore, Douglas realizes it’s totally okay to hit people when no one else is looking.

John pleads with Whitey to not kill or commit any major crimes as long as he is an informant. However, Whitey disregards this when he brings Tommy out by the bridge and has Steve execute him with a shot to the back of the head, despite Whitey appearing to forgive Tommy for his outburst. They bury his body under the bridge, which Kevin mentions to Olsen as being referred to as the "Bulger Burial Ground" for the number of bodies Whitey and his boys have put under there.

Whitey goes to visit Lindsey and Douglas, only to learn that the boy is sick. It gets worse later when Whitey joins Lindsey at the hospital. She tells him that Douglas started getting very angry and just fell into a motionless state due to Reye syndrome, leaving him on life support. Realizing he will be brain dead and with no hope left for the boy, Lindsey opts to pull the plug herself. Whitey criticizes her and calls her a murderer, to which Lindsey points out the hypocrisy in that statement. She leaves in tears while Whitey has an outburst and flips a table over.

Flashing forward to 1981.

By now, Whitey has taken over the Winter Hill Gang, but hasn’t brought John back any results regarding the Angiulos. He has also separated from Lindsey after Douglas passes away. He’s also got other people on his side, including unstable coke fiend Brian Halloran (Peter Sarsgaard). Brian is first seen coked up at a restaurant where he murders two of his drug dealers in front of everyone before walking out.

A breakthrough comes when Whitey is able to deliver John pictures of the Angiulos meeting in local areas. This gives John and his buddies to opportunity to wiretap them and overhear the Angiulos talk about their dealings, including bringing in a lot of drugs. Subsequently, the Angiulos are busted, John becomes a hero at work, and Whitey has less competition to worry about. John becomes closer to Whitey and his boys, which upsets John’s wife Marianne (Julianne Nicholson).

Whitey gets cut out of an embezzlement scheme for World Jai Alai. He gets Martorano to find the owner of World Jai Alai, Roger Wheeler (David De Beck) and murder him in his car after his weekly golf game. Also killed is their former contact for the scheme, John Callahan (Bill Camp), whom Martorano kills in his car and stuffs in the trunk.

Whitey pays off Brian to keep his mouth shut. However, when Brian gets really coked up, he goes to the feds and spills the beans before John and Morris. They dismiss his confession as a bad coke episode. John later finds Whitey at the St. Patrick’s Day parade and asks him if he killed Roger Wheeler. Whitey doesn’t say a word, yet he knows what led to this question.

Brian gets into a car with a friend, only for a bullet to his the other man. Brian tries to drive away frantically when he sees Whitey emerge with a rifle aimed at him. He shoots the car as Brian stumbles out, getting him shot in the leg. As Brian cries in pain, Whitey grabs a smaller gun and shoots him three times before he’s dead. Onlookers see the dead bodies and scream as Whitey walks away.

Later on, Whitey and Steve pick up Steve’s prostitute stepdaughter Deborah (Juno Temple) from the police station. After Whitey asks her if she said anything to the cops, she affirms that she denied anything that could have hurt Whitey. Seemingly trusting her, Whitey takes her to an apartment building where he strangles her to death in front of Steve.

A new district attorney, Fred Wyshak (Corey Stoll), moves into the Boston FBI HQ. John tries to befriend him with two tickets to the Red Sox game, but Wyshak refuses them. He is more interested in learning how Whitey has managed to evade police capture over the years.

Whitey faces another problem when his mother passes away. He stands on the balcony at the funeral, away from Billy and his family. Now, the only thing that appears to put his mind at ease is his weapons dealings with the IRA.

Whitey has dinner with John, Steve, and Morris at John’s home. Whitey compliments the steak that Morris made and asks what he marinated it in. Morris says it’s a family secret, but Whitey playfully presses him to tell. Morris finally admits it’s ground garlic and soy. Whitey then states how easily Morris gave that up despite saying it was a family secret, and if he could spill that so easily, then he figures Morris can say anything else about Whitey. Whitey’s demeanor visibly terrifies Morris until Whitey breaks into laughter and plays it off as a joke. He then asks John why Marianne hasn’t joined them, to which John says because Marianne doesn’t feel good. Whitey goes up to her room to talk to her, chastising her for not joining her husband’s friends and putting his hands on her menacingly and also frightening her. This contributes to her later changing the locks on John.

John McIntyre (Brad Carter), an informant in the Winter Hill Gang, rats Whitey out over his business with the IRA, leading the gang to beat and murder him.

Things start to go downhill for the gang when Wyshak and McGuire really dig into John’s business with Whitey. The final nail in the coffin is when Morris confesses to what he knows about Whitey and John’s relationship, in exchange for immunity.

Martorano, Steve, and Kevin are all arrested, and later on, so is John. He asks the feds to let him leave his house with dignity, but they don’t let him When asked by Olsen how his opinion on Whitey has changed since his arrest, Steve says his opinion of Whitey is "strictly criminal".

Billy sits in his living room looking somber, most likely already hearing about his brother. Whitey calls Billy from a payphone and says he’ll be going away for a while, and he gives him one last goodbye. With that, Whitey would go on the run.

The ending text states that Kevin Weeks and John Martorano served their time and that they walk the streets of Boston today as free men. Stephen Flemmi pleaded guilty to 10 murders and is serving a life sentence. Billy Bulger left the state senate and would become president of the University of Massachusetts, but he was forced to resign after it was found out he kept in touch with his brother. John Connolly was convicted in the second-degree murder of John Callahan and was sentenced to 40 years in state prison.

The final scene shows an older Whitey in 2011 when, after a tip-off to his whereabouts, he is promptly arrested outside a hotel after 16 years on the run. The real Whitey Bulger received two life sentences, plus five years for his other crimes.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Michael Bassick known as co-executive producer
  • Scott Cooper known as producer
  • Brett Granstaff known as executive producer
  • Gary Granstaff known as executive producer
  • Phil Hunt known as executive producer
  • Adam Kassan known as co-executive producer
  • John Lesher known as producer
  • Peter Mallouk known as executive producer
  • Ray Mallouk known as executive producer
  • Patrick McCormick known as producer
  • Brian Oliver known as producer
  • James Packer known as executive producer
  • Brett Ratner known as executive producer
  • Chuck Rock known as co-executive producer
  • Compton Ross known as executive producer
  • Tyler Thompson known as producer
  • Christopher Woodrow known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Johnny Depp known as James 'Whitey' Bulger
  • Joel Edgerton known as John Connolly
  • Benedict Cumberbatch known as Billy Bulger
  • Dakota Johnson known as Lindsey Cyr
  • Kevin Bacon known as Charles McGuire
  • Peter Sarsgaard known as Brian Halloran
  • Jesse Plemons known as Kevin Weeks
  • Rory Cochrane known as Steve Flemmi
  • David Harbour known as John Morris
  • Adam Scott known as FBI Agent Robert Fitzpatrick
  • Corey Stoll known as Fred Wyshak
  • Julianne Nicholson known as Marianne Connolly
  • W. Earl Brown known as John Martorano
  • Bill Camp known as John Callahan
  • Juno Temple known as Deborah Hussey
  • Mark Mahoney known as Mickey Maloney
  • Brad Carter known as John McIntyre
  • Scott Anderson known as Tommy King
  • Lonnie Farmer known as DEA Agent Eric Olsen (Interrogator)
  • Mary Klug known as Mom Bulger
  • Erica McDermott known as Mary Bulger
  • Luke Ryan known as Douglas Cyr
  • Owen Burke known as Buddy Leonard
  • Lewis D. Wheeler known as Jeremiah O'Sullivan
  • Robert Walsh known as Sr. FBI Official (voice)
  • Billy Meleady known as Joe Cahill
  • Jamie Donnelly known as Mrs. Cody
  • David De Beck known as Roger Wheeler
  • David Conley known as Officer Flynn
  • Ciaran Crawford known as Irish Nationalist
  • Thomas Philip O'Neill known as FBI Wire Tech
  • Joey Vacchio known as Joey, Big Italian
  • Bill Haims known as Jerry Angiulo
  • Anthony Molinari known as Charlie
  • Todd Ryan Jones known as Charlie's Friend #1
  • Declan Mulvey known as Charlie's Friend #2
  • Bates Wilder known as Agent James
  • Marc Carver known as Dick Lehr
  • Richard Donelly known as Gerard O'Neill
  • Gary Galone known as State Captain
  • Brian A. White known as Prisoner
  • Peter Morse known as FBI Agent
  • Tom Kemp known as Father Mackey
  • Patrick M. Walsh known as Michael Donahue
  • Naheem Garcia known as DEA Agent
  • Kathryn A. Beauchamp known as Nurse
  • Stephen Curran known as Drug Dealer #1
  • Darin MacEachern known as Drug Dealer #2
  • Cary 'Big Shug' Guy known as Drug Dealer #3
  • Sean Malone known as Crook
  • Jack Neary known as Barman
  • Jimmy Joe Maher known as Boot Shop Owner
  • Forry Buckingham known as World Jai Alai Chairman
  • Danny DeMiller known as Porthole Bartender
  • Michael F. Murphy known as Porthole Customer
  • Alexander Cook known as DEA Agent Dan Doherty
  • Ava Cooper known as Little Mary Bulger
  • Stella Cooper known as Kathleen Bulger
  • Giovanni Alabiso known as Pancake Breakfast Attendee (uncredited)
  • Joel Arsenault known as Lottery Winner (uncredited)
  • Michael Balzano III known as Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Joseph P. Barrett known as Homicide Detective (uncredited)
  • Cayley Bell known as Teddy (uncredited)
  • Marshall Berenson known as TV News Reporter (uncredited)
  • Yuval Bibi known as Photographer (uncredited)
  • Amanda Blattner known as Parade Spectator / Pancake Breakfast Patron (uncredited)
  • Melinda Boczanowski known as FBI Agent's Wife (uncredited)
  • John J. Burke known as Politician (uncredited)
  • Tommy Burke known as Vintage Car Driver (uncredited)
  • Mark Burzenski known as Press Cameraman / Southie Spectator (uncredited)
  • Joe Jafo Carriere known as Dead Italian Mobster #1 (uncredited)
  • Tom Carrigan known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Cary Christiansen known as Protestor (uncredited)
  • Terry Conforti known as Alice Sessions (uncredited)
  • Angel Connell known as Restaurant Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Jeffrey Corazzini known as Photographer (uncredited)
  • Stevie Costa known as Mobster (uncredited)
  • Devon Coull known as Miami Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Peter Crafts known as Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • David J. Cummins known as LA FBI Task Agent 1 (uncredited)
  • Naysa Kaira DaSilva known as Child at Beach (uncredited)
  • Olivia Davis known as Bulger Cousin (uncredited)
  • James Davison known as Irish Mobster (uncredited)
  • Julie Ann Dawson known as Floor Dancer (uncredited)
  • Steven DeMarco known as Angiulo's Soldier (uncredited)
  • Lunara Devers known as Background (uncredited)
  • Damien Di Paola known as Rocco (uncredited)
  • Simba Dibinga known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Sal DiMino known as Gangster (uncredited)
  • Tom Driscoll known as Parishioner / Pancake Breakfast Attendee (uncredited)
  • Curtis Eames known as Irish Mobster (uncredited)
  • Dicky Eklund Jr. known as Street Protester (uncredited)
  • Larry Eudene known as Orange Cart Vendor (uncredited)
  • Joel Fearon known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Steve Flynn known as FBI Special Agent (uncredited)
  • Thomas Michael Flynn known as Protestor (uncredited)
  • Jim Ford known as Protestor (uncredited)
  • Adam J. Freeman known as Breakfast Guest (uncredited)
  • Abigail Friend known as Parade spectator (uncredited)
  • Susan Garibotto known as Press Photographer (uncredited)
  • John Gigliotti known as Core FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Phyllis Gordon II known as Irish American Woman (uncredited)
  • Jared M. Gordon known as Mourner (uncredited)
  • Karl carlo Green known as Mafia Guy and 1972 Cadillac (uncredited)
  • Elaine Victoria Grey known as Italian Woman (uncredited)
  • Kirsten Grimes known as FBI Secretary (uncredited)
  • Josh Gunderson known as Bartender (uncredited)
  • Jason Hair-Wynn known as Disco Dancer (uncredited)
  • London Hall known as Port Hole Bar Patron / Funeral Attendee (uncredited)
  • Arthur Hiou known as FBI Agent / Driver (uncredited)
  • Steven Howitt known as Vintage Car Driver (uncredited)
  • Lin Hultgren known as Politicians Wife (uncredited)
  • Frankie Imbergamo known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Berglind Jonsdottir known as Anna Bjornsdottir (uncredited)
  • Kate Jurdi known as Flemmi's Girlfriend (uncredited)
  • Jeff Kamps known as Walker (uncredited)
  • Colleen Kelly known as Marion Hussey (uncredited)
  • William Ambrose Kennedy known as FBI Dir Wm Sessions (uncredited)
  • Rhet Kidd known as Lowlife #2 (uncredited)
  • Graham King known as Havana Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Jeremiah Kissel known as Commisioner DiGrazia (uncredited)
  • Patrick Languzzi known as Driver (uncredited)
  • Lauren Laperriere known as Spectator (uncredited)
  • Kathy LaShay Berenson known as Protesting Mom (uncredited)
  • Davide Leone known as Spectator (uncredited)
  • Ian Leson known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Sydney Lezama known as Parade Attendant (uncredited)
  • John Joseph Lindsey known as Port Hole Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Jordan Lloyd known as Floor Dancer / Bartender (uncredited)
  • Jeanne Lohnes known as Protester (uncredited)
  • Bretton Manley known as Young Boy (uncredited)
  • Benjamin Manoli known as Teen Boy on Banana Bike (uncredited)
  • Tom Mariano known as Italian Mobster (uncredited)
  • Jason Mayoh known as Mr. Saint Paddy (uncredited)
  • Jamie Mazareas known as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Jimmy McCarthy known as Bartender (uncredited)
  • Ryan Barry McCarthy known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Roger Mudd known as Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • Danae Nason known as McGuire's Secretary (uncredited)
  • Johnny O'Halloran known as Dock Worker (uncredited)
  • Josette Oberton known as Girl at Parade (uncredited)
  • Joseph Oliveira known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Richard Pacheco known as Parade Spectator (uncredited)
  • Linda Palermo known as Extra (uncredited)
  • Nicole Parrish known as Bar Patron / Protester (uncredited)
  • Jon Pierce known as Eddie Phillips (uncredited)
  • Maeve Power known as Mary Bulger (uncredited)
  • Jim Powers known as The Mayor (uncredited)
  • Marinko Radakovic known as Bartender (uncredited)
  • Steve Rasetta known as Lowlife #1 (Halloran's Drug Dealer) (uncredited)
  • Doug Reed known as Driver in Black Datsun (uncredited)
  • Stew Replogle known as Funeral Attendee (uncredited)
  • Alan Resnic known as Arresting FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • David Riccio Jr. known as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Ariana Ruckle known as Latin Dancer (uncredited)
  • James Russo known as Agent Scott Gariola (uncredited)
  • Shane Ryan known as Chris Bulger (uncredited)
  • Sonny Saggese known as Boston Firefighter (uncredited)
  • Dora Sexton known as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Alice Marie Sheehan known as Girl at Parade (uncredited)
  • Aaron Snyder known as Parade Kid (uncredited)
  • Chaunty Spillane known as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Jeremy Strong known as Josh Bond (uncredited)
  • Michael Steven Swanson known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Phil Tavares known as LA FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Cyndal Todd known as Waitress (uncredited)
  • Stephen Trouskie known as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Eddie Troy known as Dock Worker (uncredited)
  • J.T. Turner known as School Teacher (uncredited)
  • J.P. Valenti known as Bartender (uncredited)
  • George J. Vezina known as FBI Task Force Agent (uncredited)
  • Kyle Viveiros known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Alyssa Mae Walsh known as Girl at Parade (uncredited)
  • Tim Whalen known as Parade Spectator (uncredited)
  • Geoff Whitman known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Anthony Wozniak known as Angiulo Mobster (uncredited)
  • Ron G. Young known as Drunk Walker (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Marleen Alter known as makeup artist
  • Ben Bornstein known as co-key makeup artist
  • Steve Buscaino known as Lab Supervisor/ Makeup Artist
  • Sasha Camacho known as specialty hair
  • Gloria Pasqua Casny known as hair department head
  • Ryan Convery known as makeup lab production assistant
  • Cindy Edner known as Lab tech
  • Joel Harlow known as makeup designer
  • Raul Hernandez known as hair stylist
  • Jeri La Shay known as assistant makeup artist
  • Gil Liberto known as Mold Supervisor
  • Lucia Mace known as assistant department head hair
  • Lucia Mace known as key hair stylist
  • Brenda McNally known as hair stylist
  • Jessica Nelson known as On Set Contact Lens Technician
  • Ken Niederbaumer known as key makeup artist
  • Shayna Passaretti known as hair stylist
  • Khanh Trance known as make up
  • Khanh Trance known as makeup effects hair
  • Jennifer Traub known as makeup artist
  • L. Sher Williams known as makeup artist
  • Rebecca Woodfork known as hair stylist

Art Department:

  • Gary Alioto known as tool master
  • Christopher Analoro known as set dresser
  • Beth Anderson known as props assistant
  • Bobby Anderson known as picture car coordinator
  • Graves Bates known as construction grip (as J. Graves Bates)
  • Adam Bellao known as carpenter
  • Nick Bellofatto known as carpenter
  • Paula Bird known as scenic artist
  • Steve Brennan known as assistant property master
  • Mickey Carter known as set dresser
  • Doug Cluff known as charge scenic artist
  • Kim Codner-Nelson known as scenic artist (as Kim Nelson)
  • Donnchadh Condon known as carpenter
  • Sarah Contant known as assistant art director
  • Stefan Couture known as set dresser
  • Debbie Cutler known as decorator buyer
  • Michael Dias known as propmaker
  • Riley Fearon known as art department assistant
  • Bryan Felty known as set designer
  • Bob Flannery known as props (as Robert Flannery)
  • Jaima Fogg known as set dresser
  • Caroline Foley known as construction production assistant
  • Stephen Gavin known as construction foreman
  • David Gulick known as property master
  • Jennifer Haigh known as construction buyer: Jennifer LaFace
  • Brian Hakala known as set dresser
  • Jared Hartley known as propmaker
  • Paul Jaasko known as propmaker
  • Christopher Johnson known as picture car fabricator
  • Ryan McCoy Johnson known as set dresser
  • Jason Joubert known as propmaker
  • Joseph Kearney known as construction coordinator
  • Jenelle Kinney known as set decoration assistant
  • Michael Krause known as prop maker
  • Kim Leoleis known as assistant set decorator
  • Kendra Long known as art production assistant
  • Geoffrey Mandel known as graphic designer
  • Aram Maranian III known as carpenter
  • Karl J. Martin known as set designer
  • Jason Mayoh known as art department coordinator
  • Adam McClain known as general foreman
  • Brian McKenzie known as set dresser
  • Ryan McPeake known as construction medic
  • Mark Menard known as construction gangboss
  • Lauren Mooney known as set dresser
  • Janine Moore known as set dec shop foreman
  • Isaac Nadreau known as carpenter
  • Scott Petrino known as Location forman
  • Scott Petrino known as carpenter
  • Michael Potter known as set dresser
  • John Pungitore known as set dresser
  • Gina Rhodes known as head draper
  • K.C. Roballo known as construction medic
  • Adam Roffman known as on-set dresser
  • Christopher Sawtelle known as set dresser
  • Robert Schleinig known as leadman
  • Jeffrey Schneider known as set dresser
  • Zachary Sears known as propmaker
  • Richard Sepulveda known as set dresser
  • Gloria Shih known as concept artist
  • William Sullivan known as greens
  • Dan Sweetman known as storyboard artist
  • Christine Tobin known as food stylist
  • Cammeron Truesdale known as painter
  • Wilfredo Usuga known as labor gang boss




Production Companies:

  • Cross Creek Pictures
  • Grisbi Productions, Le
  • Infinitum Nihil
  • Free State Pictures
  • Head Gear Films (in association with)
  • Metrol Technology (in association with)
  • RatPac-Dune Entertainment
  • Ridgerock Entertainment Group
  • Vendian Entertainment

Other Companies:

  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies (uncredited)
  • Company 3  digital intermediate
  • Exclusive Films International (EFI)  funding
  • Hurwitz Creative  electronic press kit
  • Lightnin' Production Rentals  transportation equipment
  • Panavision  camera equipment provided by (as Panavision New York)
  • Scarlet Letters  end crawl
  • Sync OnSet  digital continuity and collaboration
  • Transportation Resources  transportation equipment
  • Walking City Production Rentals  star trailers
  • WaterTower Music  soundtrack

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  • Warner Bros. (2015) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2015) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2015) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2015) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Noori Pictures (2015) (South Korea) (all media)
  • Warner Bros. Entertainment (2015) (Spain) (all media)
  • Warner Bros. Entertainment (2015) (Italy) (all media)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Crafty Apes
  • Crafty Apes (visual effects)
  • Lola Visual Effects
  • Zero VFX

Visual Effects by:

  • Kyle Andal known as senior compositor: Zero VFX
  • Creighton Ashton known as digital compositor
  • Joshua Bailor known as digital compositor: Crafty Apes
  • Tristan Brown known as digital compositor
  • Dan Cayer known as digital effects supervisor: Zero VFX
  • Teddy Cheong known as compositor
  • Sean Devereaux known as visual effects supervisor: ZERO VFX
  • Robby Geis known as cg artist
  • Bryan Haines known as compositor
  • Don Libby known as cg supervisor: Zero VFX
  • Anu Liikkanen known as digital compositor
  • Lara Lom known as visual effects production manager: Zero VFX
  • Kevin Melia known as roto/paint artist
  • Olga Midlenko known as main on end titles designer: Prologue Films
  • Allison Paul known as visual effects producer: Lola Visual Effects
  • Jeff Penick known as compositor
  • Caleb Pennypacker known as visual effects artist
  • Adam Pere known as visual effects production assistant
  • Mario J. Pillet known as visual effects artist: Zero VFX
  • John Polyson known as visual effects editor: Lola VFX
  • Brian Quinlan known as roto/paint artist
  • Jason Sanford known as visual effects producer: Crafty Apes
  • Stella-Madeline Shalita known as visual effects production assistant
  • Steven Spady known as visual effects assistant data manager: Zero VFX
  • David Sweeney known as lead compositor: Zero VFX
  • Khuong Tran known as compositor: zero VFX
  • Sergio Villegas known as cg artist
  • Sergio Villegas known as matchmove artist
  • Markus White known as compositor
  • J. Thomas Wilson known as compositor
  • Carmen Wong known as roto/paint artist: Zero VFX
  • Max Cannella known as vfx production assistant: Warner Bros. (uncredited)
  • Chris B. Schnitzer known as vice president: Visual Effects (uncredited)

MPAA: Rated R for brutal violence, language throughout, some sexual references and brief drug use



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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