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Captain Phillips (2013)

  • Rate: 8.0/10 total 10,810 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Biography | Crime | Drama | Thriller
  • Release Date: 11 October 2013 (USA)
  • Runtime: 134 min
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  • IMDb page: Captain Phillips (2013)
  • Rate: 8.0/10 total 10,810 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Biography | Crime | Drama | Thriller
  • Release Date: 11 October 2013 (USA)
  • Runtime: 134 min
  • Filming Location: Malta
  • Budget: $55,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $52,443,328 (USA) (18 October 2013)
  • Director: Paul Greengrass
  • Stars: Tom Hanks, Barkhad Abdi, Barkhad Abdirahman | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Henry Jackman   
  • Soundtrack: Hilm B Hilm
  • Sound Mix: SDDS | Datasat | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Somali | Captain | Pirate | Ship | Hijacking

Writing Credits By:

  • Billy Ray (screenplay)
  • Richard Phillips (based upon the book "A Captain's Duty: Somali Pirates, Navy SEALS, and Dangerous Days at Sea" by) &
  • Stephan Talty (based upon the book "A Captain's Duty: Somali Pirates, Navy SEALS, and Dangerous Days at Sea" by)

Known Trivia

  • During an interview on NPR’s “Fresh Air”, Tom Hanks says the first time he met the actors playing the Somali pirates was when they started filming the pirates taking over the bridge. Paul Greengrass mentioned he did this intentionally to build up tension between the actors on board the ship and the actors playing the Somaili pirates. 10 of 10 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

Goofs: Anachronisms: The story takes place in April 2009. When the Navy Seals are arriving at the base in the black SUVs the Virginia state vehicle inspection sticker on the windshield shows a date of 5/13. (May 2013).

Plot: The true story of Captain Richard Phillips and the 2009 hijacking by Somali pirates of the US-flagged MV Maersk Alabama, the first American cargo ship to be hijacked in two hundred years. Full summary »  »

Story: Captain Phillips is a multi-layered examination of the 2009 hijacking of the U.S. container ship Maersk Alabama by a crew of Somali pirates. It is – through director Paul Greengrass’s distinctive lens – simultaneously a pulse-pounding thriller, and a complex portrait of the myriad effects of globalization. The film focuses on the relationship between the Alabama’s commanding officer, Captain Richard Phillips (two time Academy Award®-winner Tom Hanks), and the Somali pirate captain, Muse (Barkhad Abdi), who takes him hostage. Phillips and Muse are set on an unstoppable collision course when Muse and his crew target Phillips’ unarmed ship; in the ensuing standoff, 145 miles off the Somali coast, both men will find themselves at the mercy of forces beyond their control. Written bySony Pictures Entertainment


Synopsis: March 23, 2009 – Underhill, Vermont

Captain Richard Phillips (Tom Hanks) is gathering his passport and other necessary items as he heads to the airport with his wife Andrea (Catherine Keener). On the way, they express their concern over the changing times and the effects it will have on their children, as they know that their children are growing in a different world than the one they did. They arrive to the airport and Andrea assures her husband that everything will be fine. They kiss each other goodbye and Phillips heads in.

Meanwhile somewhere in Somalia, a group of vans driven by local mercenaries arrives in a coastal Somali village. A child goes to wake up a man named Abduwali Muse (Barkhad Abdi). The mercenaries are angry that the villagers haven’t provided them with goods for their boss, a warlord named Garaad. Muse gathers three men – Bilal (Barkhad Abdirahman), Elmi (Mahat M. Ali), and a quiet but forceful man named Najee (Faysal Ahmed) – to join another pirate named Asad (Mohamed Ali) to go off on small boats to find a ship to hijack.

Phillips arrives at the port where all the cargo is being boarded onto the freighter Maersk Alabama. He meets first mate Shane Murphy (Michael Chernus), who tells him the plan is to deliver the cargo to Mombasa. Not long after, the ship departs on its voyage.

Meanwhile, the pirates’ captain Hufan (Issak Farah Samatar) checks the radar on his boat to find that there is a whole herd of ships nearby, but it would be risky to try and take one among all the others of the convoy. They then notice one ship that is separated from the rest.

Phillips goes on the bridge and spots on the radar two skiffs nearby. He informs Shane about it and he turns the ship five degrees to see if they’ll follow, and sure enough, the pirates do. Phillips gets in touch with the UK Maritime Trade Operations to inform them of a possible piracy situation. The MTO officer tells Phillips to get the fire hoses ready, though she suspects these may just be fishermen. Phillips knows they’re not there to fish. He alerts the crew and tells them to get to their stations. He grabs the radio and pretends to be calling in a fighter ship by masking his voice, knowing the pirates are picking it up on their radio. Muse attempts to speed up his boat to catch up with the Maersk Alabama, even as the waves are getting high. Ultimately, his engine gives out, leaving him and his men stranded.

Phillips addresses his crew and tells them they are still going through with their mission as planned and to remain at their stations. One crew member expresses his concern of the pirates returning, to which Phillips replies that if anybody wants to leave, they will have to wait until they get to Mombasa. He later sends an e-mail to Andrea to keep her updated on the voyage.

Muse tries to fix his engine while Asad continues to mock and insult him from his boat. Muse asks him to give him his engine, and Asad just remarks that he is skinny. Muse hits back with "I may be skinny, but I am not a coward." This enrages Asad, who begins to aim his gun at Muse, but he grabs a rifle of his own and whacks Asad over the head, killing him. He takes his boat along with his three men.

The following morning, the pirates continue their mission. Phillips spots them and once again has the crew go to their stations. Muse calls out to the crew to warn them that he and his men are coming on board. He grabs his rifle and fires at Phillips and another crew member. Phillips orders the crew to get the hoses ready, and they start to pour water out to stop the pirates, but they steer their boat around the side of the ship. They take their ladder out and hook it onto the side and begin climbing. Phillips alerts the crew and tells everybody to go down to the engine room. The pirates enter the bridge and threaten Phillips and the other remaining crew members. Muse approaches him calmly and says he is the captain now, and then asks what sort of materials the ship is carrying, other than food and water. Phillips tells him that there is $30,000 in cash a safe, but Najee demands millions. Muse orders Phillips to tell him where the crew is, but Phillips feigns ignorance and says he doesn’t know where they are. Muse grabs the radio and warns that with each passing minute, he will kill one man, all while Phillips tells him that he must shoot anyone, he ought to shoot the captain. Before they shoot Officer Ken Quinn (Corey Johnson), Muse tells Phillips they are going to search the ship, and with his thumb on the radio, he tips off the crew about the emergency power while telling it to Muse. Phillips agrees to go with Muse to look for the crew on the condition that they leave once they get their money without hurting anybody, but Muse says "No game." Muse then resorts to calling Phillips "Irish" after he tells him that he is "Yankee-Irish".

The crew members come up with a plan to shut off the emergency power while keeping themselves secure. Muse goes with Phillips and Bilal to search for the crew. They find a supply of food and water, which Phillips offers them, but they decline. One crew member notices that Bilal is barefoot and sets some broken glass on the floor before they enter the engine room. Bilal steps on the glass and severely cuts his foot. He is sent back outside to the ship with Phillips, leaving Muse by himself to continue his search. Shane and a few other crew members jump him and cut his hand. They radio the pirates on the bridge to tell them that they have Muse, and for them to leave if they want him back alive. Najee threatens to kill the crew members on the bridge, forcing Phillips to order them to bring Muse back to the bridge.

Phillips takes the $30,000 from the safe and hands it to the pirates. However, they take a lifeboat and bring Phillips with them as a hostage. The crew watches in horror as he is abducted.

The captain of the destroyer USS Bainbridge, Frank Castellano (Yul Vasquez), is informed of the hijacking and subsequent capturing of Phillips on the lifeboat. Meanwhile, the pirates plan to take Phillips with them back to Somalia. A ScanEagle flies over the ocean to spot the lifeboat as the Bainbridge is closing in on it. The crew on that ship determines that it’ll take up to 36 hours for them to reach Somalia.

On the lifeboat, Phillips notices that Bilal is still losing blood from the cut on his foot. He begins to treat it with bandages, but once he pulls out his knife, Elmi yells about it and Najee takes it away from Phillips. Phillips notices that Bilal is significantly younger than the other three men and wonders why Bilal got himself into this.

A group of Navy officers arrive on the Maersk Alabama to rescue the rest of the crew and tells them they will be sent home safely.

A man on the Bainbridge called Nemo (Omar Berdouni) tries to communicate with the pirates and offers them supplies in exchange for the safe return of Phillips. They send a boat with Navy officers and Nemo that is carrying food and water to the lifeboat, and then request for Phillips to be shown to them. Muse orders a higher sum of money and pulls Phillips back inside.

In Virginia, a Navy officer is informed that the White House given them permission to go ahead with the rescue mission and use whatever force necessary. A group of SEALS board a chopper to head to the ocean.

Muse tries to reach Hufan to tell him they have captured Phillips. When Hufan responds, he tells them that because the mission did not go as planned, they need to bring Phillips to Somalia. Muse tells Phillips that the mission was supposed to be simple – hijack the ship, get the ransom, and nobody would get hurt, and he’s come too far to give up now. Phillips says there must be something other than kidnapping people, to which Muse replies, "Maybe in America, Irish. Maybe in America."

As the evening comes, the Bainbridge is joined by the USS Halyburton to aide in the rescue mission. An officer tells Muse that they contacted the elders of the Somalian tribe, and they are willing to arrive to make negotiations for the release of Phillips. Phillips tells Muse that he needs to take a piss, so he allows him to step out of the lifeboat quickly with Bilal watching him. When Bilal is distracted, Phillips pushes him into the water and then jumps in himself. He starts swimming toward the Bainbridge, and the crew spots him and Bilal in the water, but they are unable to identify Phillips because it is too dark. Najee aims his rifle at Phillips and tries to kill him so he won’t escape, all while Muse orders him to pull back. Muse jumps in himself to get Phillips back into the lifeboat, and Phillips loses his shirt in the process. Once he’s there, Najee furiously starts to attack him.

One of the officers on the Bainbridge contacts the lifeboat and identifies all the pirates by their names, which appears to alarm them. They have Muse step out of the lifeboat and go onto the Bainbridge as they are towing the lifeboat toward them. Muse requests to see the elders, though he’s just told that they’ll be coming soon. The officers have a visual on Najee steering the boat, but not on the other two. Back on the lifeboat, Phillips grabs a shirt to put on, and Najee tells him if he moves again, Elmi will shoot him. This threat is picked up on the Bainbridge. Phillips then quickly grabs a pen and paper to write one last note to his family. Bilal pleads with him to stop or Najee will kill them both. Najee sees Phillips writing and grabs the paper from him. This pushes Phillips to the edge and he attacks Najee. Bilal and Elmi pull Phillips off Najee and they tie him up and blindfold him, leading to a tense standoff where the pirates realize that the elders aren’t coming. The Bainbridge stops the tow to get a visual on all three pirates, which gives the snipers the opportunity to shoot and kill them. Their blood sprays onto Phillips and he screams. Muse is then arrested while Phillips is safely taken from the boat.

Phillips is treated for his wounds on the medical bay of the Bainbridge. The doctor asks him if he is hurt and inspects his wounds, including those around his wrists from being tied up. When she asks him about the blood on him, he becomes overwhelmed with shock and distress, and he begins to break down and tearfully respond that it’s not his blood. He asks if his family knows that he is safe and the doctor tells him that they know. She lies him down and assures him that everything will be okay.

The epilogue states that Captain Richard Phillips was reunited with his family on April 17, 2009. Abduwali Muse was charged with piracy and sentenced to 33 years in prison. In 2010, Captain Phillips went back to sea.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Khadija Alami known as line producer
  • Dana Brunetti known as producer
  • Eli Bush known as executive producer
  • Michael De Luca known as producer
  • Gregory Goodman known as executive producer
  • Christopher Rouse known as co-producer
  • Scott Rudin known as producer
  • Kevin Spacey known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Tom Hanks known as Captain Richard Phillips
  • Barkhad Abdi known as Muse
  • Barkhad Abdirahman known as Bilal
  • Faysal Ahmed known as Najee
  • Mahat M. Ali known as Elmi
  • Michael Chernus known as Shane Murphy
  • Catherine Keener known as Andrea Phillips
  • David Warshofsky known as Mike Perry
  • Corey Johnson known as Ken Quinn
  • Chris Mulkey known as John Cronan
  • Yul Vazquez known as Captain Frank Castellano
  • Max Martini known as SEAL Commander
  • Omar Berdouni known as Nemo
  • Mohamed Ali known as Asad
  • Issak Farah Samatar known as Hufan
  • Thomas Grube known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Mark Holden known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • San Shella known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Terence Anderson known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Marc Anwar known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • David Webber known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Amr El-Bayoumi known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Vincenzo Nicoli known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Kapil Arun known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Louis Mahoney known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Peter Landi known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Angus MacInnes known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Ian Ralph known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Kristian Hjordt Beck known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Kurt Larsen known as Maersk Alabama Crew
  • Bader Choukouko known as Somali Boy
  • Idurus Shiish known as Pirate Leader
  • Azeez Mohammed known as Pirate Leader
  • Abdurazak Ahmed Adan known as Pirate Leader
  • Duran Mohamed Hassan known as Asad's Crew
  • Nasir Jama known as Asad's Crew
  • Kadz Souleiman known as Asad's Crew
  • Scott Oates known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Dave Meadows known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Shad Jason Hamilton known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Adam Wendling known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Billy Jenkins known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Mark Semos known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Dean Franchuk known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Rey Hernandez known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Christopher Stadulis known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Roger Edwards known as Navy SEAL Group
  • John Patrick Barry known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Raleigh Morse known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Dale McClellan known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Hugh Middleton known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Raymond Care known as Navy SEAL Group
  • Stacha Hicks known as UKMTO Officer
  • Will Bowden known as US Maritime Officer
  • Len Anderson IV known as USS Bainbridge VBSS Officer (as Leonard Anderson)
  • Giovanni Alabiso known as Airport Passenger (uncredited)
  • Marshall Berenson known as News Photographer (uncredited)
  • Devon Black known as Able Seaman L. Haddock (uncredited)
  • Erik C. Bloomquist known as Airport Passenger / Neighbor (uncredited)
  • Steve Campbell known as Lieutenant Commander Scott Atherton (uncredited)
  • Bob Dio known as TV News Reporter (uncredited)
  • Maria Dizzia known as Allison McColl (uncredited)
  • Georgia Goodman known as US Maritime Aldington (uncredited)
  • Kathy Lashay Berenson known as News Photographer (uncredited)
  • Phyllis Lynn known as News Photographer (uncredited)
  • John Magaro known as Dan Phillips (uncredited)
  • Tom Mariano known as FBI Investigator (uncredited)
  • Holt Murray known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Danny Nutt known as UKMTO (uncredited)
  • Chris Palermo known as Cameraman (uncredited)
  • Kapil Parikh known as Husain (uncredited)
  • Suzanne Prunty known as TV News Reporter (uncredited)
  • Gigi Raines known as Mariah Phillips (uncredited)
  • A.J. Rios known as News Reporter (uncredited)
  • Riann Steele known as US Maritime Bernetti (uncredited)
  • George J. Vezina known as Cab Driver and Customs Agent (uncredited)
  • Kristin Waluk known as Airport Passenger / Neighbor (uncredited)
  • Mary Wexler known as Passenger / Neighbor (uncredited)
  • Max Wrottesley known as Sub Lieutenant P. Ashton (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Elizabeth Cecchini known as hair stylist
  • Frances Hannon known as hair department head
  • Frances Hannon known as makeup department head
  • Tricia Heine known as makeup artist
  • Raul Hernandez known as hair stylist
  • Joseph P. Hurt known as makeup artist
  • Chris Lyons known as special effects teeth
  • Emma Mash known as makeup/hair coordinator
  • Brenda McNally known as key hair stylist
  • Nichole Pleau known as makeup artist (as Nikki Pleau)
  • Emma C. Rotondi known as hair stylist
  • Trish Seeney known as key makeup artist
  • Sara Seidman known as makeup artist (as Sara Seidman Vance)
  • Matthew Smith known as prosthetics supplier
  • Zoey Stones known as hair and make up artist
  • Jennifer Traub known as makeup artist
  • Jennifer Morse Villescas known as hair
  • Jennifer Morse Villescas known as makeup pa

Art Department:

  • Bobby Anderson known as picture car co-coordinator: US
  • Jon Banthorpe known as props
  • Sandra Banthorpe known as assistant set decoration buyer: Malta
  • Joseph Barillaro known as scenic: US
  • Richard Blankenship known as construction coordinator: Virginia crew
  • Maxwell Britton known as set dresser
  • Brian Buckley known as set dresser: US
  • Rachel Burgio known as set dresser: US
  • Jonathan Champoux known as set dresser: US
  • David Cheesman known as property master: UK
  • Paul Cheesman known as prop storeman
  • Doug Cluff known as lead scenic: US
  • Christopher Conroy known as set dresser: US
  • Brooke M. Corey known as scenic: US (as Brooke Corey)
  • Shannon De Vergnette known as art department assistant
  • Lynne Divers known as assistant set decoration buyer
  • Peter T. Frank known as props
  • Kyra Friedman Curcio known as local buyer: Boston (as Kyra Friedman)
  • Sara Gardner-Gail known as buyer: US
  • Erick Garibay known as assistant property master: US
  • Andrea Gauci known as art department assistant
  • Steve George known as property master
  • Sean Ginevan known as leadman: US
  • Gary Gleeson known as hod painter: UK
  • Thomas Goodwin known as junior draughtsman
  • David Gulick known as picture car coordinator: US
  • Aziz Hamichi known as set decorator: Morocco
  • Scott Hatfield known as art department assistant
  • Michael A. Heath known as prop paperwork
  • Prue Howard known as props buyer
  • Keith S. Jackson known as on-set set dresser
  • Joseph Kearney known as construction coordinator: US
  • Wayne Kimball known as set dresser: US
  • Morgan Kling known as assistant property master
  • Cameron Matheson known as set dec foreman: US
  • Adam McClain known as construction foreman: US
  • Patrick Thomas McManus known as picture vehicles coordinator
  • Christopher James Miller known as props trainee
  • Robin L. Miller known as property master: US
  • Soeren Bendt Pedersen known as storyboard artist
  • Robert Picone known as construction gang boss: US
  • Adam Roffman known as on-set dresser: US
  • Richard Salinas known as lead scenic: VA
  • Jeffrey Schneider known as set dresser: US
  • Doug Scott known as set dresser: US
  • Trey Shaffer known as graphic designer: US
  • Stephen G. Shifflette known as leadman: Virginia
  • Tyris Smith known as set dressing gangboss: Boston
  • Gavin Stephen known as carpenter
  • Andrew Tapper known as graphic designer
  • Sophie Tarver known as prop maker
  • Sophie Worley known as art department coordinator: UK
  • Randall S. Coe known as construction coordinator: preproduction (uncredited)




Production Companies:

  • Michael De Luca Productions
  • Scott Rudin Productions
  • Translux
  • Trigger Street Productions

Other Companies:

  • ARRI / Camera Service Center  camera equipment provided by
  • ARRI Lighting Rental  lighting supplied by
  • ARRI Media  camera equipment provided by
  • Audiolink Radio Communications  cell phone rentals
  • Audiolink Radio Communications  walkie talkies
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies (uncredited)
  • Codex Digital  digital recording equipment
  • Company 3 London  digital intermediate
  • DDA Fire  fire and safety
  • De Lane Lea  ADR recording
  • De Lane Lea  sound re-recording
  • Dynamic International Freight Services  freight forwarders
  • Halo Post Production  temp mix re-recorded at
  • Helicopter Film Services  aerial filming & coordination
  • High Output  grip and lighting equipment
  •  digital recording equipment
  • Kodak  motion picture film
  • Lightnin' Production Rentals  transportation equipment
  • Major Engager  creative marketing
  • Movie Movers  cast trailers
  • Movie Movers  hair and makeup trailer
  • Movie Movers  star trailers
  • Movie Movers  trucks
  • Sixteen19  post production services
  • Studio Line  sound post-production (ADR)
  • Transportation Resources  transportation equipment
  • Varèse Sarabande  soundtrack
  • Walking City Production Rentals  cast trailers


  • Andes Films (2013) (Chile) (theatrical)
  • Andes Films (2013) (Peru) (theatrical)
  • Columbia Pictures (2013) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Columbia TriStar Warner Filmes de Portugal (2013) (Portugal) (theatrical)
  • InterCom (2013) (Hungary) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Entertainment (2013) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Filmverleih (2013) (Austria) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures International (2013) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing Canada (2013) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2013) (Netherlands) (theatrical) (through Universal Pictures International)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2013) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2013) (USA) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2013) (Poland) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2013) (Netherlands) (theatrical) (through)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Double Negative
  • Nvizible (visual effects)
  • Peanut FX (additional matchmove)
  • Spectrum Effects (special effects company)

Visual Effects by:

  • Alicia Aguilera known as digital compositor
  • Fiorenza Bagnariol known as digital film bureau
  • Judy Barr known as digital compositor
  • Daniel Barrow known as visual effects producer
  • Moti Biran known as digital compositor
  • Brad Blackbourn known as previs supervisor
  • Romain Bouvard known as digital compositor
  • Russell Bowen known as on set lead: Double Negative
  • James Braid known as technology: Double Negative
  • David Bryan known as animator
  • Christian Bull known as CG build co-supervisor
  • Amirah Busairi known as roto artist
  • Agustín Cavalieri known as digital compositor
  • Kamelia Chabane known as digital compositor
  • Eric K. Chan known as digital compositor
  • Max Chan known as prep/paint artist: Double Negative
  • Kunal Chindarkar known as compositor: Double Negative Visual Effects
  • Sam Churchill known as visual effects artist
  • Kia Coates known as digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Carlos Conceicao known as lead roto artist: double negative
  • Craig Crane known as Lidar supervisor
  • Oliver Cubbage known as digital artist: Nvizible
  • Robert John Davies known as pipeline technical director
  • Patrick Dean known as assistant visual effects editor: Double Negative
  • Harriet Donington known as business development producer: nvizible
  • Gregory Duncan known as roto/prep artist: Double Negative
  • Richard Durant known as modeller
  • Favian Ee known as roto artist: double negative
  • Graeme Eglin known as digital compositor
  • Charlie H. Ellis known as digital compositor
  • Sara Emack known as visual effects coordinator
  • Huw J. Evans known as CG sequence supervisor
  • Stuart Farley known as CG supervisor: Double Negative
  • Tito Fernandes known as previs artist
  • Tito Fernandes known as previs editor
  • Milad Firoozian known as visual effects artist
  • Christian Furr known as matte painter
  • Riccardo Gambi known as digital compositor
  • Judith Gericke known as visual effects coordinator
  • Olivia Goh known as visual effects production coordinator: Double Negative
  • Shramana Haldar known as roto/prep artist
  • Luan Hall known as digital effects artist
  • Adam Hammond known as digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Jamie Haydock known as lead visual effects technical director: double negative
  • Dan Horne known as tech support: Double Negative
  • Isabel Howlett known as digital compositor
  • Pete Howlett known as digital compositor
  • David Hyde known as digital effects
  • Prerana Jaiswal known as roto/prep artist
  • Christopher Jaques known as digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Timothy P. Jones known as digital film bureau
  • Matt Kasmir known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Lisa Kelly known as visual effects coordinator: Nvizible
  • Richard Kidd known as visual effects supervisor
  • Yuko Kimoto known as digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Jennifer Kitching known as previs artist
  • Charlotte Larive known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Isaac Layish known as compositing sequence supervisor: Double Negative
  • Danielle Legovich known as line producer: vfx
  • Francis Leong known as matchmove artist: Double Negative
  • Eleonor Lindvall known as rotoscoping: Double Negative
  • Michael Lowry known as roto artist
  • Chris Lunney known as screen graphics designer: Nvizible
  • Garry Maddison known as colourist
  • Raj Mahendran known as tech support
  • Mike Marcus known as digital compositor
  • Terry Marriott known as fx artist
  • Will Martindale known as digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Nathalie Mathé known as matte painter
  • Peregrine McCafferty known as matchmove artist: Peanut FX
  • Ravi Mehta known as technology support
  • Charlotte Merrill known as digital compositor
  • Adam Miels known as pipeline technical director: nvizible
  • Martin Necas-Niessner known as lead roto/prep artist: Double Negative
  • Stuart Nelhams known as visual effects storyboard editor: Double Negative
  • Charlie Noble known as visual effects supervisor
  • Jim O'Hagan known as digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Zissis Papatzikis known as visual effects
  • Tilman Paulin known as 2D supervisor: Double Negative
  • Laura Pavone known as digital film bureau
  • Anna-Marie Payne known as matchmove artist: Double Negative
  • Eloise Rachael Payne known as on-set data wrangler
  • Eloise Rachael Payne known as prep artist: Double Negative
  • Soeren Bendt Pedersen known as previsualization lead
  • Laurie Pellard known as studio: double negative
  • Matt Perrin known as post-vis artist
  • Rob Pizzey known as digital colourist
  • Xinyi Puah known as visual effects editor: Double Negative
  • Simon-Pierre Puech known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Tina Richardson known as vfx editor
  • Viktor Rietveld known as digital effects
  • Adam Rowland known as visual effects supervisor
  • Olivier Ryard known as digital compositor
  • Stephanie Saillard known as compositor: Double Negative
  • Matthew Salisbury known as matchmove supervisor: Double Negative
  • Aurora Shannon known as digital intermediate assistant
  • Jessica Clare Smith known as digital compositor
  • Phil Smith known as digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Brett Stapleton-French known as digital compositor (as Brett Dix)
  • Jelena Stojanovic known as 2d sequence supervisor
  • Andy Taylor known as visual effects: Double Negative
  • Stephen Tew known as compositor
  • Lee Tibbetts known as technical director: double negative
  • Mark Tica known as roto artist: Double Negative
  • Chris Tomkins known as 3D support
  • Tara Walker known as visual effects
  • Peter Welton known as visual effects artist
  • Huw Whiddon known as technology support
  • Michael Wilbourn known as matchmove artist: double negative
  • Kristopher Wright known as visual effects producer: Nvizible
  • Abi Cadogan known as previs editor: Double Negative (uncredited)
  • Ellis Parry known as matchmove artist: Double Negative (uncredited)

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for sustained intense sequences of menace, some violence with bloody images, and for substance use



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