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Brave (2012)

  • Rate: 7.2/10 total 83,929 votes 
  • Genre: Animation | Action | Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy
  • Release Date: 22 June 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: 93 min
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  • IMDb page: Brave (2012)
  • Rate: 7.2/10 total 83,929 votes 
  • Genre: Animation | Action | Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy
  • Release Date: 22 June 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: 93 min
  • Budget: $185,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $535,359,580(Worldwide)(2 January 2013)
  • Stars: Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly and Emma Thompson|See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: Patrick Doyle (original score composed by)  
  • Soundtrack: Noble Maiden Fair (A Mhaighdean Bhan Uasal)
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Surround 7.1 and Dolby AtmosFIVE33  poster design (uncredited)Hurwitz Creative  electronic press kitIntelligent Media  international monitoring agencyLondon Symphony Orchestra, The (LSO)  music performed bySkywalker Sound  post-production sound servicesWalt Disney Records  soundtrack Create a character page for: MartinMartin———–MaudieMaudieThe CrowWee DingwallGordon———–more…
  • Plot Keyword: Witch | Princess | Lord | Cake | Archery

Writing Credits By:

  • Brenda Chapman (story)
  • Mark Andrews (screenplay) &
  • Steve Purcell (screenplay) and
  • Brenda Chapman (screenplay) &
  • Irene Mecchi (screenplay)

Known Trivia

  • Reese Witherspoon was originally announced as the voice of Princess Merida, but scheduling conflicts prevented from taking the role. Kelly Macdonald replaced her.
  • This is the first Pixar-produced film to have a female protagonist. Princess Merida is also the first Pixar character to be included in the Disney Princess line.
  • The original title of the film was “The Bear and the Bow”.
  • It took six years to make this film. Mark Andrews was initially the consultant, providing the Scottish themes for Brenda Chapman. However, by October 2010, Chapman left after four years of work with Andrews subsequently taking over but still keeping the intended story that Chapman wrote. Originally 80% of the film took place in snow, but when Chapman left the project so did much of the white stuff.
  • SERIES TRADEMARK: The Pizza Planet truck, a fixture of nearly every full-length Pixar film can be spotted in the Witch’s Hut.
  • None of the footage shown in the preview trailer is in the finished film.
  • This is the first Pixar film to be a period piece.
  • The misunderstood dialect that Young MacGuffin (voiced by Kevin McKidd) speaks is called Doric. It is spoken in northeastern Scotland including Kevin McKidd’s hometown of Elgin.
  • The name Lord MacIntosh (or McIntosh) is a common Scottish surname, also the name of a well-known variety of apple. It is a reference to the Apple computer. Steve Jobs was a co-founder of Apple and played a big role in Pixar. The movie is dedicated to Jobs with this quote at the end credits: “Dedicated to the memory of Steve Jobs, our partner, mentor and friend”. It is also a reference to the visual image of Merida being interrupted while trying to eat an apple by biting into it, which her mother considers unladylike, is repeated several times throughout the film.
  • In literary terms a MacGuffin is a plot device, usually an object or a goal, that the protagonist is trying to get and the antagonist trying to prevent. The sons of Lord MacGuffin, Lord Dingwall, Lord MacIntosh, are ironically the exact opposite in that they are what Merida will do anything to do in order to avoid.

Goofs: Anachronisms: Merida's family is having, amongst other food, tomatoes and potatoes for lunch. Tomatoes and potatoes originate from America and they were not introduced to Europe until 16th century.

Plot: Determined to make her own path in life, Princess Merida defies a custom that brings chaos to her kingdom. Granted one wish, Merida must rely on her bravery and her archery skills to undo a beastly curse. Full summary »  »

Story: Set in Scotland in a rugged and mythical time, "Brave" features Merida, an aspiring archer and impetuous daughter of royalty. Merida makes a reckless choice that unleashes unintended peril and forces her to spring into action to set things right.Written by Walt Disney Pictures  

Synopsis

Synopsis: In a prologue, we see Lord Fergus and Lady Elinor in a forested area, celebrating the birthday of their young daughter, Merida. Though Elinor happily plays with Merida, she grows perturbed when Fergus gives the little girl her own bow and set of arrows.

As Merida tries to hit a target, one of the arrows sails off into the forest nearby. Merida runs off and retrieves it, but soon encounters a glowing blue willo-the-wisp. Going back to her parents, she tells what she saw, and her mother explains that they can lead a person to their destiny.

Suddenly, the mood is broken as an enormous black bear enters the camp grounds. Merida and her mother quickly take leave as Lord Fergus and his men fight against the bear.

Time passes, and we see that Lord Fergus has lost his leg to the bear. In the time that has passed, Lady Elinor has given birth to three mischievous boys (triplets), and Merida is now a teenager. While her mother wants her to be proper, Merida is moreso intent on practicing archery, and journeying off in the forest.

One evening, a messenger brings word that the 3 neighboring clans have accepted the offer to fight for Merida’s hand in marriage. Naturally, the young woman is not at all happy with this situation. Elinor explains to her daughter that the clans must be kept in harmony, or chaos may reign. She relates the story of how the clans were descended from four brothers, but one of them wanted more power than the others, and caused the balance of power to crumble. Even so, this does little to quell Merida’s resentment of the betrothal.

The three clans soon arrive, and Lords MacGuffin, Macintosh, and Dingwall arrive with each of their sons. Per tradition, each of the first-born of the clans will fight in the event that the Princess chooses. This causes Merida to perk up, and she eagerly suggests archery.

When it comes to the sport, almost none of the sons are good at the sport, but everyone is shocked when Merida appears before everyone, claiming that since she’s a first-born as well, she’ll be ‘fighting for her own hand.’ Elinor demands Merida stop, but she defies her mother, and makes a bulls-eye on each of the targets.

Naturally, Elinor feels angry and humiliated at this, and both mother and daughter have a heated conversation in her room later on. Merida claims she does not want to be like her mother, and in anger, slashes a tapestry depicting the family, slicing a hole between her and her mother in the piece.

Upset by this as well, Elinor loses her temper, and throws Merida’s bow in a fireplace nearby. Upset by this, Merida flees the castle. Unseen by Merida, her mother regrets what she has done a few moments later, and manages to retrieve the bow from the fire.

Merida flees to the forest, where she comes across a circle of stones, and several willo-the-wisps. Following them, she finds a small cottage inhabited by an old woman. The old woman claims she is just a wood carver, but Merida soon realizes she’s actually a witch, when she notices an enchanted broom, and the woman’s crow (which can talk!).

Merida eagerly asks for a spell to change her mother, but the witch refuses, claiming she did a spell once before, and regretted it. However, Merida gets her to reconsider when she agrees to purchase all her wood carvings. The offer is too much to resist, and the witch brews a concoction that produces a small pie. Merida is instructed to give it to her mother, and she eagerly ruses off to do so.

Returning to the castle, King Fergus is doing his best to quell the Lords after the events of the tournament. Merida encounters her mother in the kitchen, and eagerly gives her the pie, but after one bite, Elinor claims she does not feel well.

Merida happily leads her to her chambers, but soon her happiness that her mother will change turns to shock…when her mother turns into a black bear!

Knowing that King Fergus will surely kill Elinor, Merida enlists the aid of her brothers to distract Fergus and the Lords, while she sneaks her mother out of the castle, and back into the forest.

The two manage to find the witch’s hovel, but find it is now empty. A message left for Merida tells that the Witch has gone away until the next Spring, and that the spell will become permanent within 2 sunrises. However, if Merida wants to reverse the effects, she has heed some specific words, in regards to ‘mending.’ Merida is unsure just what this means, and the two sleep in the woods that evening, before having breakfast in the morning.

Merida manages to catch some fish for her mother, but when her mother demands more, Merida tells her mother she will need to catch them herself. The mother and daughter bond over this method, but when her mother wanders off into the woods, Merida chases after her. However, upon finding her, her mother suddenly attempts to attack Merida, before returning to normal. With less than 24 hours, it seems that if they do not find a way to reverse the spell, Elinor will lose her humanity, and become a bear forever!

As they wander in the woods, the two come across the willo-the-wisps again, and follow them. They are lead to a high mountain, and the ruins of a great castle. Inside, Merida finds a stone tablet depicting 4 men, with one of them separated from the group. Soon, Merida realizes that she is in the castle in the legend her mother told her about, and soon makes the connection:

The brother who attempted to seize power from his siblings went to the witch, and her spell turned him into a bear…powerful and stronger than his brothers, but he was unable to change back, and became a rampaging beast, the same one who took Lord Fergus’ leg!

Suddenly, the bear emerges from the darkness and attempts to attack Merida. Elinor manages to save her daughter, and the two head back to the circle of stones. However, Merida is now sure what needs to be done. The witch’s spell mentioned mending, and Merida feels that if she can mend the tapestry she cut the day before, her mother will be saved.

 

FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Pete Docter known as executive producer
  • Mary Alice Drumm known as associate producer
  • John Lasseter known as executive producer
  • Katherine Sarafian known as producer
  • Andrew Stanton known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Kelly Macdonald known as Merida (voice)
  • Billy Connolly known as Fergus (voice)
  • Emma Thompson known as Elinor (voice)
  • Julie Walters known as The Witch (voice)
  • Robbie Coltrane known as Lord Dingwall (voice)
  • Kevin McKidd known as Lord MacGuffin / Young MacGuffin (voice)
  • Craig Ferguson known as Lord Macintosh (voice)
  • Sally Kinghorn known as Maudie (voice)
  • Eilidh Fraser known as Maudie (voice)
  • Peigi Barker known as Young Merida (voice)
  • Steven Cree known as Young Macintosh (voice)
  • Steve Purcell known as The Crow (voice)
  • Callum O'Neill known as Wee Dingwall (voice)
  • Patrick Doyle known as Martin (voice)
  • John Ratzenberger known as Gordon (voice)
  • Patrick Doyle known as Martin

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Supporting Department

Art Department:
  • Paul Abadilla known as set designer
  • Megan Bartel known as production coordinator
  • Andrea Blasich known as sculptor
  • Maxwell Brace IV known as storyboard artist
  • Emma Coats known as storyboard artist
  • Jason Deamer known as character artist
  • Greg Dykstra known as sculptor
  • Michel Gagné known as development artist
  • Carter Goodrich known as development artist
  • Brandon Hyman known as storyboard department production assistant
  • Barry Johnson known as storyboard artist
  • Tia W. Kratter known as shading art director
  • Jason Merck known as artist
  • Laura Meyer known as graphic artist
  • Ernesto Nemesio known as matte painter
  • Matt Nolte known as character art director
  • Jerome Ranft known as sculptor
  • Bobby Rubio known as storyboard artist
  • Cassandra Smolcic known as graphic artist
  • Nathan Stanton known as storyboard artist
  • Nick Sung known as storyboard artist
  • Derek Williams known as set supervisor
  • Josh Cooley known as storyboard artist (uncredited)
  • Mark Cordell Holmes known as graphic artist (uncredited)

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Company

Production Companies:

  • Walt Disney Pictures (presents) (as Disney)
  • Pixar Animation Studios

Other Companies:

  • Air Lyndhurst Studios  music recorded & mixed at
  • BLT Communications  poster design (uncredited)
  • De Lane Lea  ADR recording
  • Digital Media Services (DMS)  digital marketing asset management
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix: Dolby Surround 7.1 and Dolby Atmos
  • FIVE33  poster design (uncredited)
  • Hurwitz Creative  electronic press kit
  • Intelligent Media  international monitoring agency
  • London Symphony Orchestra, The (LSO)  music performed by
  • Skywalker Sound  post-production sound services
  • Walt Disney Records  soundtrack

Distributors:

  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2012) (Brazil) (theatrical)
  • Feelgood Entertainment (2012) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Forum Cinemas (2012) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
  • Forum Hungary (2012) (Hungary) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Japan (2012) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2012) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2012) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2012) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2012) (France) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2012) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2012) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2012) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Intercontinental Video (2012) (Hong Kong) (DVD)
  • Intercontinental Video (2012) (Hong Kong) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (USA) (DVD)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Zon Audiovisuais (2012) (Portugal) (all media)

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Other Stuff

Visual Effects by:
  • Frank Aalbers known as simulation artist
  • Paul Aichele known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Laura Beth Albright known as character shading and paint artist
  • Dallis Anderson known as global technology coordinator
  • Alexis Angelidis known as effects artist
  • Hemagiri Arumugam known as crowds technical artist
  • Amit Baadkar known as effects artist
  • Tim Babb known as lightspeed lead
  • Nick Bartone known as shot lighting artist
  • Byron Bashforth known as character shading and paint artist
  • David Batte known as matte paint technical
  • Lloyd Bernberg known as master lighting artist
  • Randy Berrett known as matte painter
  • Tim Best known as technical lighting lead
  • Katie Bickley known as shot lighting artist
  • Max Bickley known as shot lighting artist (as Maxwell Bickley)
  • Jeremy Birn known as shot lighting artist
  • Neil Blevins known as additional technical artist and intern
  • John Bodley known as global technology engineer
  • Brian Boyd known as master lighting artist
  • Stephan Vladimir Bugaj known as pipeline lead
  • Juan J. Buhler known as effects artist
  • Don Bui known as shot lighting artist
  • Christopher M. Burrows known as sets shading lead
  • Krissy Cababa known as effects manager
  • Gordon D.B. Cameron known as global technology supervisor (as Gordon Cameron)
  • Alfonso Caparrini known as shot lighting artist
  • Jay Carina known as stereo and international technical lead
  • Cathleen Carmean known as global technology coordinator
  • Mathieu Cassagne known as shot lighting artist
  • Edwin Chang known as simulation artist
  • Chris Chapman known as development and effects artist
  • Edward Xi Chen known as shot lighting artist (as Ed Chen)
  • Philip Child known as character shading and paint artist
  • Ye Won Cho known as shot lighting artist
  • Jiayi Chong known as global technology engineer
  • Kaitlin Chong known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Pauline Chu known as sets coordinator
  • Claudia Chung known as simulation supervisor (as Claudia Chung Sanii)
  • Tracy Lee Church known as sets shading and paint artist
  • Charu Clark known as shot lighting artist
  • Scott Clifford known as master lighting artist (as Scott G. Clifford)
  • Justine Codron known as shot lighting artist
  • Patrick Coleman known as global technology engineer
  • Kim Collins known as crowd and rendering manager
  • Michael B. Comet known as character modeling and articulation artist (as Michael Comet)
  • Keith Cormier known as shot lighting artist
  • Kate Cronin known as rendering pipeline team
  • Pamela Darrow known as simulation cloth and groom manager
  • Naomi Davidson known as production finance lead
  • Jason Davies known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Andrew Dayton known as sets modeling artist
  • Airton Dittz Jr. known as master lighting artist
  • David Dixon known as sets technical development
  • Masha Ellsworth known as character shading and paint artist
  • Susan Fisher known as rendering and optimization artist (as Susan Fisher Wong)
  • Jared Fong known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Michael Fong known as software integration: Presto
  • Maël François known as shot lighting artist (as Mael Francois)
  • Carl N. Frederick known as lightspeed technical director (as Carl Nai Frederick)
  • Piper Freeman known as lighting coordinator
  • Seth Freeman known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Denise Blakely Fuller known as matte painter
  • Henry Garcia known as simulation shot lead (as Henry Dean Garcia)
  • Rob Gibbs known as character modeling and articulation artist (as Robert Gibbs)
  • Robert Graf known as rendering and optimization artist
  • Philip Graham known as rendering and optimization artist
  • Josh Grant known as rendering pipeline technical lead
  • Christopher Griffin known as simulation artist
  • Rogan Griffin known as simulation artist
  • Emron Grover known as cloth lead
  • Patrick Guenette known as additional technical artist and intern
  • Stephen Matthew Gustafson known as simulation artist
  • Laura Hainke known as groom artist
  • Dave Hale known as effects artist
  • Lou Hamou-Lhadj known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Christian Haniszewski known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Bethany Jane Hanson known as rendering pipeline team
  • Cody Harrington known as effects artist
  • Jack Hattori known as additional technical artist and intern
  • Bernhard Haux known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Jamie Hecker known as sets technical lead
  • Sarah Jo Helton known as character manager
  • Allen Hemberger known as effects artist
  • Mark Thomas Henne known as simulation artist
  • Kate Charlotte Hodges known as global technology production assistant
  • Jesse Hollander known as master lighting artist
  • Joshua Hollander known as director of stereoscopic production
  • Chris Horne known as lightspeed technical director
  • Wen-Chin Hsu known as shot lighting artist
  • Richard Hurrey known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Richard Hurrey known as simulation artist
  • Brandon Hyman known as lighting fix coordinator
  • Katherine Ipjian known as shot lighting artist
  • James Jackson known as rendering and optimization artist (as James L. Jackson)
  • Sungyeon Joh known as shot lighting artist
  • Jason Johnston known as effects artist
  • Thidaratana Annee Jonjai known as sets shading and paint artist
  • Ben Jordan known as character shading and paint artist
  • Ben Jordan known as global technology engineer
  • Christina F. Julian known as stereoscopic coordinator
  • Eduardo Martin Julve known as shot lighting artist
  • Fran Kalal known as cloth artist
  • Fran Kalal known as simulation artist
  • Steve Karski known as sets shading and paint artist
  • Humera Yasmin Khan known as rendering supervisor
  • Jonathan Kiker known as shot lighting artist
  • Michael Kilgore known as character shading and paint artist
  • Jae Hong Kim known as master lighting artist (as Jae H. Kim)
  • Laurie Kim known as global technology engineer
  • Stephen King known as character shading and paint artist
  • Kristifir Klein known as sets modeling lead
  • Keith Daniel Klohn known as development and effects artist
  • Mach Tony Kobayashi known as effects artist
  • Sonoko Konishi known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Sonoko Konishi known as cloth artist
  • Mitch Kopelman known as master lighting artist
  • Tanja Krampfert known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Boris Krasnoiarov known as rendering pipeline team
  • Josée Lajoie known as shot lighting artist
  • David Lally known as simulation artist
  • Tashana Landray known as global technology manager
  • Tashana Landray known as sweatbox manager
  • Ken Lao known as master lighting artist
  • Heegun Lee known as global technology engineer
  • Maria Lee known as character shading and paint artist
  • Minhyung Lee known as shot lighting artist (as Min Hyung Lee)
  • William Austin Lee known as character rigging lead (as Austin Lee)
  • Yun Lien known as rendering pipeline team
  • Chung-An Andy Lin known as shot lighting artist (as Andy Lin)
  • Li-Ting Liu known as additional technical artist and intern
  • Hsiao-Hsien Lo known as crowds technical artist (as Hsiao-Hsien Aaron Lo)
  • Michael Lorenzen known as crowds technical artist
  • Nick Lucas known as effects artist
  • David MacCarthy known as effects supervisor
  • Jenny Macy known as character shading and paint artist
  • Alex Mandel known as stereoscopic manager
  • Emmanuel Maniez known as shot lighting artist
  • Luke Martorelli known as master lighting artist
  • Jennifer M. McCormick known as simulation coordinator
  • Lorien McKenna known as story manager
  • Kevin McNamara known as additional technical artist and intern (as Kevin McNamara)
  • Ian Megibben known as lighting lead
  • Salvatore Melluso known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Jason Merck known as matte painter
  • Lauren Montuori known as crowds coordinator
  • Arnold Moon known as sets modeling artist
  • Thomas Moser known as simulation artist
  • Jean-Daniel Nahmias known as global technology engineer
  • Nicholas Naugle known as shot lighting artist (as Nick Naugle)
  • Ashok Nayar known as rendering and optimization artist
  • Kristen Needham known as sets dressing artist
  • Alexander Nehls known as simulation technical lead
  • Alexis Lombardi Nelson known as character coordinator
  • Ernesto Nemesio known as matte painter
  • Carmen Ngai known as cloth artist
  • Martin Nguyen known as global technology engineer
  • Ariela Nurko known as global technology engineer
  • Ariela Nurko known as rendering and optimization artist
  • Michael O'Brien known as effects technical lead (as Michael K. O'Brien)
  • Paul Oakley known as shot lighting artist
  • Jonathan Page known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Leslie Pao known as rendering coordinator
  • Roxanne Paredes known as stereoscopic rendering
  • Leon JeongWook Park known as crowds technical artist
  • Eric Peden known as rendering pipeline team
  • Burt Peng known as shot lighting artist
  • Jonathan D. Penney known as stereoscopic rendering (as Jonathan Penney)
  • Kirsten Peterson known as effects coordinator
  • Lena Petrovic known as groom lead
  • Anne Pia known as rendering pipeline manager
  • Andrew Pienaar known as lighting lead
  • Mark Piretti known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Nick Pitera known as international technical team
  • Ben Porter known as groom artist
  • John Singh Pottebaum known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Konstantin Promokhov known as effects artist
  • Jonathan Pytko known as master lighting artist
  • Josh Qualtieri known as sets modeling artist
  • Inigo Quilez known as sets forest development
  • Samantha Raja known as simulation artist
  • José Luis Ramos known as shot lighting artist (as Jose L. Ramos Serrano)
  • Farhez Rayani known as lighting artist: promo, Pixar Animation Studios
  • Angelique Reisch known as shot lighting artist
  • Jordan Rempel known as master lighting artist
  • Zach Repasky known as global technology engineer (as Zachary Repasky)
  • Edgar Rodriguez known as cloth artist
  • Edgar Rodriguez known as simulation artist
  • Peter Roe known as sets shading and paint artist
  • Christopher Rydalch known as crowds technical artist
  • Vandana Reddy Sahrawat known as master lighting artist
  • Ferdi Scheepers known as global technology engineer
  • Patrick Schork known as global technology engineer
  • Don Schreiter known as rendering pipeline team
  • Julien Schreyer known as shot lighting artist
  • Alex Seiden known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • David Shavers known as master lighting artist
  • Philip Shoebottom known as shot lighting artist
  • Kexx Singleton known as character modeling and articulation artist (as Kevin Singleton)
  • Nadim Sinno known as rendering and optimization artist
  • Erik Smitt known as master lighting artist
  • Olivier Soares known as simulation artist
  • Michael Sparber known as master lighting artist
  • Jacob Speirs known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Tim Speltz known as effects artist
  • Peter Sumanaseni known as character shading and paint artist
  • Richard Sun known as matte paint technical
  • Richard Sun known as sets shading and paint artist
  • Eunkyoung Lee Swearingen known as shot lighting artist (as Kyoung Lee Swearingen)
  • Yung Lian Frank Tai known as sets dressing artist (as Yung-Lian Frank Tai)
  • Jeremie Talbot known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Renee Tam known as lightspeed technical director
  • Brian Tindall known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Alexandra Tkatcheva known as additional technical artist and intern
  • Jason Topolski known as global technology coordinator (as Jason 'Jtop' Topolski)
  • Jason Topolski known as sweatbox coordinator (as Jason 'Jtop' Topolski)
  • Kelli Townley known as rendering and optimization artist
  • Jenni Tsoi known as lighting manager
  • Gaston Ugarte known as sets modeling artist (as Gastón Ugarte)
  • Jeremy Vickery known as master lighting artist
  • Enrique Vila known as effects artist
  • Chuck Waite known as groom artist
  • Deirdre Warin known as sets manager
  • Brett Warne known as sets technical development
  • Douglas Waters known as simulation artist
  • Bill Watral known as development and effects artist
  • Veronica Watson known as character coordinator
  • Veronica Watson known as simulation coordinator
  • Matthew Webb known as matte paint lead
  • Emily Weihrich known as crowds technical artist
  • Bob Whitehill known as stereoscopic supervisor
  • Andy Whittock known as sets forest development (as Andrew Whittock)
  • Weera Tom Wichitsripornkul known as sets shading and paint artist
  • Matthew Kiyoshi Wong known as effects artist
  • Athena Xenakis known as character shading and paint artist
  • Jane Yen known as effects artist
  • Maria Yershova known as master lighting artist
  • Hana Yoon known as simulation coordinator
  • Meng Yu known as simulation artist
  • Nathan Zeichner known as crowds technical artist
  • Barry Zundel known as character modeling and articulation artist
  • Holly Lloyd known as digital artist (uncredited)
  • Jesse Weglein known as lighting technical director (uncredited)

Release Date:

  • USA 10 June 2012 (Seattle International Film Festival)
  • USA 18 June 2012 (Hollywood, California) (premiere)
  • China 19 June 2012
  • Australia 21 June 2012
  • Malaysia 21 June 2012
  • New Zealand 21 June 2012
  • Russia 21 June 2012
  • Ukraine 21 June 2012
  • Canada 22 June 2012
  • India 22 June 2012
  • Indonesia 22 June 2012
  • Taiwan 22 June 2012
  • USA 22 June 2012
  • Italy 23 June 2012 (Taormina Film Festival)
  • UK 30 June 2012 (Edinburgh Film Festival)
  • France 1 July 2012 (Paris Cinéma)
  • Pakistan 6 July 2012
  • Vietnam 6 July 2012
  • Argentina 12 July 2012
  • Chile 12 July 2012
  • Israel 12 July 2012
  • Paraguay 13 July 2012
  • Belgium 18 July 2012
  • Netherlands 18 July 2012
  • Peru 19 July 2012
  • Brazil 20 July 2012
  • Colombia 20 July 2012
  • Mexico 20 July 2012
  • Japan 21 July 2012
  • France 1 August 2012
  • Philippines 1 August 2012
  • Cambodia 2 August 2012
  • Germany 2 August 2012
  • Hungary 2 August 2012
  • Bulgaria 3 August 2012
  • Estonia 3 August 2012
  • Ireland 3 August 2012
  • UK 3 August 2012 (Scotland only)
  • Hong Kong 8 August 2012
  • Singapore 8 August 2012
  • Croatia 9 August 2012
  • Thailand 9 August 2012
  • Iceland 10 August 2012
  • Lithuania 10 August 2012
  • Spain 10 August 2012
  • Uruguay 10 August 2012
  • Venezuela 10 August 2012
  • UK 13 August 2012
  • Portugal 15 August 2012
  • Czech Republic 16 August 2012
  • Poland 17 August 2012
  • Romania 17 August 2012
  • Kuwait 18 August 2012
  • Finland 24 August 2012
  • Denmark 30 August 2012
  • Norway 31 August 2012
  • Sweden 31 August 2012
  • Italy 5 September 2012
  • Serbia 6 September 2012
  • Turkey 7 September 2012
  • Georgia 13 September 2012
  • Panama 17 September 2012
  • Greece 20 September 2012
  • Slovenia 20 September 2012
  • South Korea 27 September 2012

MPAA: Rated PG for some scary action and rude humor

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