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Looper (2012)

  • Rate: 7.7/10 total 140,403 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Crime | Sci-Fi | Thriller
  • Release Date: 28 September 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: 119 min
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  • IMDb page: Looper (2012)
  • Rate: 7.7/10 total 140,403 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Crime | Sci-Fi | Thriller
  • Release Date: 28 September 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: 119 min
  • Filming Location: Thibodaux, Louisiana, USA
  • Budget: $30,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $166,367,976(Worldwide)(20 December 2012)
  • Director: Rian Johnson
  • Stars: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis and Emily Blunt|See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: Nathan Johnson   
  • Soundtrack: Slinky
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | Datasat | SDDS
  • Plot Keyword: Future | Year 2044 | Year 2074 | Hit With A Door | Death

Writing Credits By:

  • Rian Johnson (written by)

Known Trivia

  • This movie marks the third collaboration between director Rian Johnson and lead actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the first being Brick, and the second being a quick cameo in The Brothers Bloom as a bar patron with guitar
  • Emily Blunt revealed that she agreed to star in the movie after reading half of the script. She didn’t even know what her character was.
  • The incredibly large “Gat” pistols are actual production firearms, and not just a prop created for the film. It is a Magnum Research BFR (Big Frame Revolver) chambered in .45-70 Government, a rifle round originally adopted by the U.S. military in 1873. The BFR weighs roughly 4.5 pounds.
  • Bruce Willis fires two modern-looking Personal Defense Weapons in one scene. These are examples of the FN P90, designed and manufactured by FN Herstal in Belgium. Though somewhat futuristic looking, these weapons would have been virtually antiques by the time of the film’s setting, having been first produced in 1990.
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt had prosthetics to make him look more like Bruce Willis in order to play his younger self. He also watched a lot of Bruce Willis films in preparation for the role so that he could impersonate some of his mannerisms.
  • According to director Rian Johnson, Noah Segan (Kid Blue) took a number of classes to learn how to spin his GAT gun around his finger. Johnson told Entertainment Weekly that he filmed numerous takes of Segan spinning the 8-lb gun, but ended up using the one take where he accidentally flubbed and nearly dropped it, because Johnson thought it was funny.
  • A diner was built in the small town of Thibodaux, LA (about an hour north of New Orleans) where all of the diner interior/exterior scenes were shot. Locals saw the diner set and kept asking the film crew on when the new diner was going to open. Director Rian Johnson was later told that the diner set was still standing after Hurricane Isaac moved through in September 2012.
  • The scene where Young Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) falls off the fire escape was filmed on the actor’s 30th birthday. Gordon-Levitt was left hanging on the stunt wires while the crew sang “Happy Birthday” and wheeled out birthday cake.
  • The script originally called for Joe to move to Paris when he got older, hence why he tries to learn French. However, Rian Johnson realized they didn’t have the money to shoot in Paris. The story was changed so that he goes to Shanghai because the Chinese distributor for the film offered to pay for the crew to film there. Johnson accepted because his best alternative to set the scenes in Paris was to shoot them in New Orleans, which he didn’t want to do, and because he felt Shanghai better reflected the future setting of the movie.
  • The turntable featuring in a few shots is a Gyro SE, made by the UK company Michell Engineering. It has been in continuous production since 1983.

Goofs: Continuity: When Joe is talking to Cid in the kitchen at night, Cid has a noticeable gap in one of his front teeth. In the next scene Cid is talking to his Mother and still has a very wobbly baby tooth where the gap was previously.

Plot: In 2074, when the mob wants to get rid of someone, the target is sent 30 years into the past, where a hired gun awaits. Someone like Joe, who one day learns the mob wants to 'close the loop' by transporting back Joe's future self. Full summary »  »

Story: In the year 2044, a man working for a group of killers called "Loopers" (they work for the mob and kill people who are sent blindfolded back in time from the year 2074 by their bosses) recognizes a victim as himself. He hesitates resulting in the escape of his older self.Written by malachmcfreak  


Synopsis: In 2044, the United States has suffered economic collapse, causing severe social decay and growth in organized crime. In addition, a strange mutation has occurred in 10% of the population, giving them minor telekinetic powers, manifested by their ability to float small objects. They are referred to as TKs. Thirty years into the future in 2074, time travel is invented, but is immediately outlawed. However, because by that point tracking technology has rendered it nearly impossible to dispose of bodies secretly, crime bosses turn to time travel to send their targets to the past to be killed using "loopers": hired guns paid in silver to kill whoever is sent to them. The victims have bags over their heads, and silver bars strapped to their backs. When crime bosses want to end a looper’s contract, they send his older version back to be killed by his younger self, referred to as "closing the loop".

Joseph "Joe" Simmons (Gordon-Levitt), 25, works for a mafia company in Kansas City as a looper. Joe’s boss, Abe (Jeff Daniels), was sent back in time to manage the loopers and also owns a club where Joe frequents and spends time with Suzie (Perabo), a showgirl. Abe also controls the "Gat Men", his muscle, led by Kid Blue (Segan).

While at the club one evening, another looper announces that he has just closed his loop. After killing the victim, he finds gold instead of silver, and recognizes his older self. The big payoff is reason to party. Joe notices that loops are being closed at an increasing pace.

One night, Seth (Dano), Joe’s friend and a fellow looper, visits him in a panic telling him that he was supposed to close his own loop but couldn’t do it. Seth reports that his victim appeared, singing a song his mother had sung to him when he was a baby. He couldn’t kill him. Old Seth tells Seth that a person called the Rainmaker has taken over organized crime and is closing all loops for unknown reasons. The Gat Men then knock on Joe’s door, so he hides Seth in his apartment floor safe. The Gat Men suspect Joe is shielding Seth, so they take him in to Abe.Abe makes a deal with Joe. If he gives up Seth, he will walk free. If he doesn’t, he can’t be killed, as it will upset things in the future, but they can definitely make things difficult for him by taking the silver he has been hoarding for his retirement in France. Joe immediately give up Seth. Abe suggests Joe go to China instead of France. "Don’t go to France. Go to China. I’m from the future. I know these things."

Old Seth attempts to climb a barb-wire fence, but notices old scars appearing on his arm, spelling out words telling him to go to an address. He ignores this, and one of his fingers disappears. Shortly after, another finger is gone. The stubs are not bloody – as if the digits were removed many years earlier. Then the tip of his nose is cut off. Old Seth returns to his car, and heads for the address he was given. Running toward it, he loses a foot, then apparently both feet, and he falls to the ground and crawls to the door. He bangs on the door, and it is opened by one of the Gat Men, who immediately shoot him. Behind the shooter, we can see Young Seth, alive on a table where they were chopping off his body parts, and we hear the sound of a ventilator..Joe continues to do killings. After each killing, he visits a diner, and works on his French lessons. He is served by a waitress named Beatrix. While waiting to do one killing, he is puzzled when the victim is late. When the person does appear, he has no bag over his head. Joe recognizes Old Joe (Willis) as his older self, and tries to shoot him. Old Joe spins around, and uses the gold on his back to deflect the bullet. He grabs a gold bar and throws it at Joe, then knocks him out with a punch.

Joe comes to, and finds a note, telling him to get out of town. Instead, Joe returns to his apartment, where he finds the Gat Men searching it and removing his silver. He shoots one, but is winged by another, falls from his fire escape and blacks out.

Flashback to Joe waiting for a victim. He kills him as usual, but sees that it is his older self, with the gold. This time, he has closed the loop. We step quickly through the next 30 years, and see Joe has a good retirement. He moves to China, meets a beautiful, caring woman, and settles down. Then, after 30 years, he is grabbed, and prepared to be sent back to be killed. He manages to slip his wrist restraints, get his hood off, and kill his attackers. He then jumps into the time machine. We see the previous events unfold, and watch Old Joe escape in Joe’s truck. He buys all the first aid supplies he can find, and heads to Joe’s apartment. Old Joe sees Young Joe fall from the balcony and land on a car. He rescues him, and disappears again.

Old Joe looks up some cryptic numbers at the library, when letters begin to form on his hand and arm spelling out "Beatrix". Old Joe meets Young Joe at the diner. They order identical meals. Old Joe asks Joe how his French lessons are going, then says in French: "I know you have a gun under the table pointed at me." When Young Joe doesn’t understand, Old Joe says "It’s okay that you didn’t get all that. You will. Even though you don’t get to France, I’m still glad I learned the language." The Joes confirm with each other that the Rainmaker is killing off the loopers, and Old Joe tells Joe that he also killed his wife when Old Joe was abducted. If Old Joe can kill the Rainmaker, then he never would be captured, and his wife would still be alive. All that is known about the Rainmaker is that he works alone, he has a plastic jaw, and he watched his mother as she was killed.

They tussle when Old Joe realizes that Young Joe still plans to kill him. The Joes notice that the diner has cleared out. Staff and customers have disappeared. Suddenly, the Gat Men burst in. Old Joe gives Joe a piece of a map with an address marked and a string of digits, and tells him that the Rainmaker may live there. Young Joe and the Gat Men shoot at Old Joe as he runs off. Then the Gat Men start shooting at Young Joe, who also runs off.

Young Joe follows the coordinates to a farmhouse owned by Sara (Blunt), who lives with her son Cid (Gagnon). When Joe shows Sara the map, Sara recognizes the digits as Cid’s birthday and the serial number of the hospital where he was born, prompting Young Joe to explain the situation about the Rainmaker. The database Old Joe used with the string of digits produced three possible children born on the same day in the same hospital, and he is intent on killing them.

Sara tells Cid to stay away from Joe, but Cid is curious. He befriends Joe, and shows him some of the electronics gear he is playing with. Joe is very impressed with the advanced work the five-year-old is doing.

Old Joe tracks down one of the potential Rainmaker children heading to a birthday party. He kills him, but when he realizes he is still existing in his past, he breaks down crying. He has killed the wrong child. He then heads to the other child’s place, but is hesitant when he realizes it is where his girlfriend, Suzie, from 30 years earlier is living with her son. Instead of killing the child right away, he watches their apartment.

As Young Joe and Sara become close, he learns that she is a telekinetic with slightly more power than the other TKs, and that Cid was raised by Sara’s sister for two years until she was somehow killed. Cid thinks Sara’s sister was his mother, and does not believe that Sara is his real mother.

The next day, one of the Gat Men, Jesse (Dillahunt), comes looking for Joe. Cid helps him escape, and Jesse leaves. While Cid and Joe are alone hiding from Jesse, Joe tells him how his own mother gave him to The Panhandlers, so that he grew up without her, a moment later saying that she sold him and that she used drugs. We see how being motherless led Joe to become a killer and a drug user. Although he left, Jesse is suspicious, and returns. This startles Cid, who falls down the stairs and lets out a telekinetic blast, killing Jesse. Jesse’s blood "rains" out of his chest, implying that is why the Rainmaker has that nickname. Cid’s extraordinary telekinetic abilities confirm to Joe that Cid is the Rainmaker, and that Sara’s sister was killed by Cid when he lost control of his powers. Joe finds Cid crying outside the house, and comforts him. Joe realizes that this boy needs love, and may not turn into the Rainmaker if he is raised in a loving home.

Meanwhile, Kid Blue has tracked Old Joe to the apartment he was watching, and captures him when he breaks inside to kill the child.

Young Joe tells Sara and Cid to flee, surmising that his employers and/or Old Joe will target the farm. Old Joe breaks free, killing Abe and all the Gat Men except for Kid Blue, who is shot in the foot. As the two Joes confront each other near Sara’s house, Kid Blue attacks and is killed by Young Joe.

Sara and Cid attempt to drive away, but Old Joe starts shooting at their truck. Cid wants Sara to stop the truck so they don’t come closer and when she won’t he uses his TK powers to cause the truck to flip. He and Sara attempt to run to the sugar cane field to hide. Old Joe attempts to shoot them but Cid again uses a blast of his TK powers to suspend Sara and Old Joe in the air. Joe has been following after Old Joe in his truck, which is knocked over by the TK blast. Sara calms Cid, telling him that she is his mother, and she loves him. Cid lowers Sara and Old Joe, but Old Joe grabs his gun, ready to shoot Cid. Sara stands in front of Cid preventing him from shooting. Old Joe shoots Sara through the heart and the bullet continues through to wound Cid in the jaw. Cid then escapes through the sugar canes and onto a slowly passing freight train. Flashback to a moment before the shot was fired: Young Joe understands that by shooting Sara and wounding Cid, Old Joe creates the embittered child who will become the Rainmaker without his mother’s love. Old Joe is out of range for Young Joe to shoot him, so Young Joe turns his gun on himself. He pulls the trigger and dies. Almost instantly, Old Joe disappears.

Sara walks over to Young Joe, and notices that the truck is filled with gold bars, which Old Joe must have stolen from the mafia. They will be well provided for. She takes a moment to stroke Young Joe’s hair, something that he had confided to Suzie that his own mother used to do for him.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Ram Bergman known as producer
  • Christopher C. Chen known as co-producer
  • Julie Goldstein known as executive producer
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt known as executive producer
  • Douglas Hansen known as executive producer
  • Dan Mintz known as executive producer
  • Eleanor Nett known as co-producer
  • David Pomier known as line producer
  • Peter Schlessel known as executive producer
  • Lucas Smith known as co-producer
  • James D. Stern known as producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt known as Joe
  • Bruce Willis known as Old Joe
  • Emily Blunt known as Sara
  • Paul Dano known as Seth
  • Noah Segan known as Kid Blue
  • Piper Perabo known as Suzie
  • Jeff Daniels known as Abe
  • Pierce Gagnon known as Cid
  • Qing Xu known as Old Joe's Wife (as Summer Qing)
  • Tracie Thoms known as Beatrix
  • Frank Brennan known as Old Seth
  • Garret Dillahunt known as Jesse
  • Nick Gomez known as Dale
  • Marcus Hester known as Zach
  • Jon Eyez known as Gat Man
  • Kevin Stillwell known as Gat Man
  • Thirl Haston known as Gat Man
  • James Hébert known as Looper
  • Kenneth Brown Jr. known as Looper
  • Cody Wood known as Looper
  • Adam Boyer known as Tye (as Adam Scott Boyer)
  • Jeff Chase known as Tall Gat Man
  • Ritchie Montgomery known as Bodega Owner
  • David Jensen known as Apt Super
  • Kamden Beauchamp known as Daniel
  • Josh Perry known as Farm Vagrant (as Josh 'The Ponceman' Perry)
  • David Joseph Martinez known as Old Dale (as David Martinez)
  • Wayne Dehart known as Seth Vagrant
  • Ian Patrick known as Beggar Kid
  • Rian Johnson known as Big Craig (as Craig Johnson)
  • Robert Harvey known as Parking Attendant
  • Dane Rhodes known as Gatman
  • Han Soto known as Chinese Bar Owner
  • Rhonda Floyd Aguillard known as Vagrant (uncredited)
  • Garrett Allain known as Looper (uncredited)
  • Jay Amor known as Gatman (uncredited)
  • Brett Beoubay known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Cameron M. Brown known as Boy in Field / Hand Model (uncredited)
  • Haylie Creppel known as Girl Blowing Bubbles (uncredited)
  • Jared DePasquale known as Gat Man (uncredited)
  • Emily D. Haley known as People on the Street (uncredited)
  • Gene Kevin Hames Jr. known as Gatman (uncredited)
  • Brittany Holt known as Club Girl (uncredited)
  • Robert Hotalen known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Sylvia Jefferies known as Neighbor Girl (uncredited)
  • Jaanika Kaarpalu known as Club Girl (uncredited)
  • Amy Le known as Chinese Waitress (uncredited)
  • Cynthia LeBlanc known as Homeless Person (uncredited)
  • Elton LeBlanc known as Homeless Person (uncredited)
  • Miles Marmolejo known as Young Joe (uncredited)
  • Avon Maser known as Future Cycle Vagrant (uncredited)
  • Sam Medina known as Chinese Thug (uncredited)
  • D.J. Mills known as Cold Homeless Boy (uncredited)
  • Kennedy Morgan known as Suzie's Daughter (uncredited)
  • Wayne Douglas Morgan known as Bouncer (uncredited)
  • Brian Oerly known as Geo (uncredited)
  • B.J. Parker known as Club Patron (uncredited)
  • Malik Peters known as Child Vagrant (uncredited)
  • Jeff Pope known as Vagrant (uncredited)
  • James Rawlings known as Gat Man (uncredited)
  • Sean Reynolds known as Vagrant (uncredited)
  • Bailey Celeste Sacco known as Vagrant Kid (uncredited)
  • Ty Parker Schuette known as Child Vagrant (uncredited)
  • Suzanne Severio known as Neighbor (uncredited)
  • Logan Douglas Smith known as Can Can Club Owner (uncredited)
  • James Lesley Taylor known as Stage Hand / Club Guy (uncredited)
  • Lauren Thomas known as Waitress (uncredited)
  • Kristyl Dawn Tift known as Madame (uncredited)
  • Michelle Torres known as Club Girl (uncredited)
  • Dikran Tulaine known as Canady (uncredited)
  • John T. Wilson Jr. known as Father on Train (uncredited)
  • Michael Wozniak known as Gatman (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Kimberly Amacker known as makeup artist
  • Brent Baker known as special makeup effects: Spectral Motion
  • Roland Blancaflor known as special makeup effects technician
  • Nikki I Brown known as key makeup artist
  • Mike Elizalde known as makeup design consultant
  • Stacy Kelly known as makeup department head
  • Stacy Kelly known as makeup department head
  • Jamie Kelman known as prosthetic makeup artist: Joseph Gordon-Levitt
  • Jack Lazzaro known as makeup artist
  • Dee Leveque known as assistant hair stylist
  • Cass McClure known as prosthetic technician: Spectral Motion
  • Kent Richard known as additional hair stylist
  • Kent Richard known as additional makeup artist
  • Melizah Schmidt known as department head hair stylist
  • Justin Stafford known as wig maker
  • Aimee Stuit known as makeup artist
  • Emily Tatum known as makeup artist
  • Kazuhiro Tsuji known as prosthetic makeup designer: Joseph Gordon-Levitt
  • Tony Ward known as key hair stylist
  • Wesley Wofford known as key prosthetic makeup
  • Andrea Young known as hair stylist

Art Department:

  • Spencer J. Abadie known as paint utility technician
  • John Blanchard known as construction foreman
  • Charles Bodenheimer known as painter
  • Rick Broderman known as paint foreman
  • Michael P. Cantrell known as set dresser
  • Alexandra Capps known as assistant props
  • Marisa Creed known as set decoration coordinator
  • Jack Flynn known as construction buyer
  • Sarah Forrest known as set designer
  • Paul Giglione known as painter
  • Jeremiah Hansen known as key art department assistant
  • Michelle C. Harmon known as set designer
  • Melissa Harrison known as property coordinator
  • Kelly Hemenway known as lead graphic designer
  • Anthony J. Henderson known as sculptor
  • Frank Hendrick known as set dressing gangboss
  • Jeff Hinds known as props
  • Bradford Johnson known as leadperson
  • Exir Kamalabadi known as art department assistant
  • Alexa Kinigopoulos known as props
  • Heather Korman known as set decoration production assistant
  • Kristin Lekki known as art department coordinator
  • Kristin Lekki known as assistant art director
  • Andrew H. Lewis known as paint laborer
  • Lindanne Lewis known as paint gangboss
  • Wright McFarland known as set designer
  • Myron Meek known as gang boss
  • Ron Mendell known as lead vehicle designer
  • Ricky Molnar known as scenic artist
  • Robert J. Moore Jr. known as gangboss
  • Jon Neill known as senior illustrator
  • William Nutt known as greensman
  • Siobhan O'Brien known as set dresser
  • Marybeth O'Connor known as on-set dresser
  • Jared Pendergrass known as set decoration coordinator
  • Jared Pendergrass known as set dresser
  • Virle S. Reid known as property master: second unit
  • Sian C. Sanzone known as paint gangboss
  • Craig Serody known as set dresser
  • Emmanuel Shiu known as concept artist: Atomic Fiction
  • Paul Stanwyck known as lead painter
  • Alexander 'Sasha' Stolin known as scenic artist (as Alexander Stolin)
  • Chuck Stringer known as construction coordinator
  • Charles Tatum known as construction utility
  • Trinh Vu known as set designer
  • Michael Wynn known as painter
  • Darry Young known as set decoration buyer




Production Companies:

  • Endgame Entertainment (presents)
  • DMG Entertainment (in association with)
  • FilmNation Entertainment (in association with)
  • Ram Bergman Productions (as Ram Bergman)

Other Companies:

  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera car
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  remote camera systems
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  stabilized remote camera systems
  • Cineworks Digital Studios  digital and video dailies
  • Cineworks Digital Studios  hd telecine dailies transfer
  • Cutting Edge Group  music services
  • Designer Wardrobe Trailers  wardrobe trailer
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
  • EFilm  digital intermediate
  • EMS Payroll  extras payroll services
  • Event Restroom  restrooms
  • FBT Film and Entertainment  tax credits
  • Hollywood Trucks  entertainment transportation
  • Ignition Print  poster design (uncredited)
  • Intelligent Media  international monitoring agency
  • La-La Land Records  soundtrack
  • Panavision Remote Systems  Supertechno cranes provided by
  • Paskal Lighting  grip and lighting equipment
  • Pivotal Post  Avid HD editing equipment provided by
  • Reder & Feig  production legal counsel
  • Scarlet Letters  end credits
  • Second Line Stages  sound stages
  • Silver Screen Supply  climate control
  • Silver Screen Supply  location equipment/rentals
  • Silver Screen Supply  portable power systems and cables
  • Silver Screen Supply  production supplies


  • Alliance Films (2012) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Concorde Filmverleih (2012) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • DMG Entertainment (2012) (China) (theatrical)
  • Diamond Films (2012) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Entertainment One Benelux (2012) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Future Film (2012) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • GAGA (2013) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Golden Village Pictures (2012) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • MVP Entertainment (2012) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Odeon (2012) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • SND (2012) (France) (theatrical)
  • TriStar Pictures (2012) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Videocine S.A. de C.V. (2012) (Mexico) (theatrical)
  • Viva Films (2012) (Philippines) (theatrical)
  • Ascot Elite Entertainment Group (2011) (Switzerland) (all media)
  • Aurum Distribution (2012) (Estonia) (all media)
  • Aurum Distribution (2012) (Latvia) (all media)
  • Aurum Producciones (2012) (Spain) (all media)
  • Deltamac Entertainment (2012) (Hong Kong) (all media)
  • FilmDistrict (2012) (USA) (all media)
  • FilmNation Entertainment (2012) (Non-USA) (all media)
  • Midget Entertainment (2012) (Denmark) (all media)
  • Mongkol Major (2012) (Thailand) (all media)
  • Zon Audiovisuais (2012) (Portugal) (all media)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Atomic Fiction
  • Gentle Giant Studios
  • Hydraulx
  • Incessant Rain Studios
  • Pixel Magic
  • ScanlineVFX
  • Spectral Motion (prosthetic makeup consultants)

Visual Effects by:

  • Christa Albrecht known as team assistance: ScanlineVFX
  • Jordan Alphonso known as digital compositor
  • Manasi Ashish known as visual effects
  • Jeff Atherton known as visual effects producer: Hydraulx
  • Nicholas Avallone known as visual effects
  • Mauricio Baiocchi known as developer: Atomic Fiction
  • Kundan Basnet known as visual effects supervisor: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Travis Baumann known as visual effects artist
  • Chase Bickel known as digital compositor
  • Daniel Briney known as digital painter
  • Zack Broussard known as visual effects artist
  • Cody Brunty known as visual effects artist
  • Christian Burggraf known as system administrator: ScanlineVFX
  • Jeremy F. Butler known as character rigging supervisor
  • Gyanon Chitrakar known as digital compositor: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Patrick Clancey known as digital opticals
  • Jochen Conradt known as effects artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Niko Conte known as effects artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Rif Dagher known as cg supervisor: Pixel Magic
  • Sudarshan Dhakal known as digital compositors: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Victor DiMichina known as visual effects producer: Pixel Magic
  • Andrey Drogobetski known as compositor
  • Brent Droog known as visual effects
  • Marijn Eken known as compositing artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Mike Elizalde known as visual effects
  • Josh Elmore known as model/texture artist: Hydraulx
  • Jenn Emberly known as digital artist: Atomic Fiction
  • Landis R. Fields IV known as cg generalist: Atomic Fiction
  • Brian Flora known as digital art director: Atomic Fiction
  • Adam Folse known as visual effects artist
  • Andrew Francis known as digital colorist: Efilm
  • Robert Freitag known as lighting technical director: ScanlineVFX
  • Andreas Frickinger known as compositing lead: ScanlineVFX
  • Jason Funk known as digital artist: Atomic Fiction
  • Christoph Gaudl known as matchmove supervisor: ScanlineVFX
  • Bikash Ghaju known as senior roto/paint artist: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Jim Gibbs known as digital artist: Atomic Fiction
  • Jan Glöckner known as compositing artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Karen E. Goulekas known as visual effects supervisor
  • Miguel A. Guerrero known as modeling supervisor: Hydraulx
  • Markus Hagemeier known as visual effects editor: ScanlineVFX
  • David Harter known as compositing supervisor: ScanlineVFX
  • Jasmin Hasel known as visual effects producer: ScanlineVFX
  • Paul Hill known as visual effects producer: Atomic Fiction
  • Sebastian Hirsch known as senior visual effects artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Finlay Hogg known as compositing artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Nick Hsieh known as compositing supervisor: Base FX
  • Drew Huntley known as compositor: Hydraulx
  • Annemieke Loomis Hutchins known as digital matte painter: Atomic Fiction
  • Timo Hyhs known as effects artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Atsushi Imamura known as model/texture artist: Hydraulx
  • Keith Jackson known as visual effects data wrangler
  • Michael Janov known as digital artist: Atomic Fiction
  • Zack Judson known as visual effects artist
  • Dipesh K.P. known as senior digital compositor: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Christian Kahler known as effects artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Sandro Kath known as compositing artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Thomas Kaufmann known as compositing artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Jacob Kebodeaux known as visual effects artist
  • Amir Khand known as senior roto/paint artist: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Jin Yong Kim known as layout & matchmove artist
  • Ivo Klaus known as cg supervisor: ScanlineVFX
  • Eric A. Kohler known as associate visual effects producer: Hydraulx
  • Meier Korbinian known as effects senior artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Bill Kunin known as visual effects supervisor: Hydraulx
  • Sebastian Küchmeister known as effects senior artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Roland Langschwert known as effects senior artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Felix Laser known as compositing artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Sun Lee known as lead matte painter: Hydraulx
  • Sharlene Lin known as model/texture artist: Hydraulx
  • Scott Lissard known as digital compositor
  • Laura Livingstone known as digital production manager: Atomic Fiction
  • Matthew Lloyd known as visual effects coordinator
  • Valy Lungoccia known as compositor
  • Prabhakar Maharjan known as digital compositors: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Simranjit Mahil known as digital artist: Atomic Fiction
  • Aditya Malla known as visual effects producer: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Paul Martinez known as model/texture artist: Hydraulx
  • Jamison McCord known as roto/paint: Hydraulx VFX
  • Ray McIntyre Jr. known as visual effects supervisor: Pixel Magic
  • Allan McKay known as digital artist: Atomic Fiction
  • David Michaels known as charater td
  • Michel Mielke known as visual effects supervisor: ScanlineVFX
  • Jennifer Mizener known as visual effects coordinator
  • Young Joon Mok known as digital compositor
  • Brad Moylan known as compositing supervisor: Pixel Magic
  • Julia Mrugala known as effects artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Amitav Nakarmi known as digital compositors: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Anita Naufal known as digital artist
  • Manesh Nepali known as roto/paint artist: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Sujeen Nepali known as digital compositors: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Justin Oliphant known as visual effects editor: Atomic Fiction
  • Bruno Parenti known as digital compositor: Hydraulx
  • Jale Parsons known as visual effects artist
  • Sean Pfeiffer known as visual effects artist
  • Joseph Vincent Pike known as digital compositor
  • Chris Radcliffe known as lead modeler
  • Sharina Radia known as senior visual effects coordinator: GradientFX
  • Sushil Rai known as digital compositors: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Shinichi Rembutsu known as effects artist: ScanlineVFX
  • David Ridlen known as visual effects artist
  • Timo Rolle known as visual effects editor: ScanlineVFX
  • Benjamin Ross known as matte painting artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Jesse Russell known as digital artist: Atomic Fiction
  • Krystal Sae Eua known as model/texture artist: Hydraulx
  • Michael Scheffler known as system administrator: ScanlineVFX
  • Paul Schlie known as compositing artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Alex Schworer known as lead developer: Atomic Fiction
  • Chris Scott known as digital compositor
  • Joel Sevilla known as cg supervisor
  • Anup Shakya known as lead compositor: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Umesh Shakya known as lead compositor: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Rameshwor Shrestha known as senior roto/paint artist: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Subin Shrestha known as digital compositors: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Umesh Shrestha known as roto/paint artist: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Prasanna Siddharthan known as digital compositor
  • Dane Allan Smith known as visual effects producer
  • DeAndra Stone known as visual effects production assistant: Atomic Fiction
  • Chris Stoski known as concept designer: Atomic Fiction
  • Josh Sutherland known as visual effects editor: Hydraulx
  • Tammy Sutton known as compositor
  • Tsering Tashi known as senior matchmove artist: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Mike Terpstra known as matte painter
  • Richard Thompson III known as visual effects data wrangler
  • Matthew Trivan known as visual effects artist
  • Ryan Tudhope known as visual effects supervisor: Atomic Fiction
  • Anish Ratna Tuladhar known as senior digital compositor: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Patton Tunstall known as rotoscope artist: Atomic Fiction
  • Sewak Wagle known as digital compositors: Incessant Rain Studios
  • Mortimer Warlimont known as senior compositing artist: ScanlineVFX
  • José Manuel Weil known as shading artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Chris Wells known as visual effects supervisor: hydraulx
  • Colie Wertz known as digital artist: Atomic Fiction
  • Andreas Wieland known as visual effects coordinator: ScanlineVFX
  • Derek Winslow known as matte painter
  • Feltus Wirtz known as rotoscope artist: Atomic Fiction
  • Huck Wirtz known as rotoscope artist: Atomic Fiction
  • Bjoern Wortmann known as compositing artist: ScanlineVFX
  • Mark Wright known as visual effects editor: Hydraulx
  • Yoshiya Yamada known as project lead: hydraulx
  • Ismat Zaidi known as executive visual effects producer: ScanlineVFX
  • Michael Zavala known as 2D coordinator: Hydraulx VFX
  • Woei Lee known as digital compositor: Atomic Fiction (uncredited)
  • Mike Terpstra known as digital compositor: Atomic Fiction (uncredited)

Release Date:

  • Canada 6 September 2012 (Toronto International Film Festival)
  • USA 23 September 2012 (Fantastic Fest)
  • Australia 27 September 2012
  • Croatia 27 September 2012
  • Greece 27 September 2012
  • Hong Kong 27 September 2012
  • Hungary 27 September 2012
  • Israel 27 September 2012
  • New Zealand 27 September 2012
  • Russia 27 September 2012
  • Switzerland 27 September 2012 (Zurich Film Festival)
  • Brazil 28 September 2012
  • Canada 28 September 2012
  • China 28 September 2012
  • Estonia 28 September 2012
  • Iceland 28 September 2012
  • Ireland 28 September 2012
  • Lithuania 28 September 2012
  • Sweden 28 September 2012
  • UK 28 September 2012
  • USA 28 September 2012
  • Argentina 1 October 2012 (Buenos Aires) (premiere)
  • Germany 3 October 2012
  • Denmark 4 October 2012
  • Bulgaria 5 October 2012
  • Argentina 11 October 2012
  • Czech Republic 11 October 2012
  • Portugal 11 October 2012
  • Singapore 11 October 2012
  • Thailand 11 October 2012
  • India 12 October 2012
  • Mexico 12 October 2012
  • Norway 12 October 2012
  • Pakistan 12 October 2012
  • Turkey 12 October 2012
  • Philippines 17 October 2012
  • Chile 18 October 2012
  • Kuwait 18 October 2012
  • Serbia 18 October 2012 (Belgrade) (premiere)
  • Slovenia 18 October 2012
  • Spain 19 October 2012
  • Belgium 31 October 2012
  • France 31 October 2012
  • Finland 1 November 2012 (Night Visions Film Festival)
  • Finland 2 November 2012
  • Poland 2 November 2012
  • Netherlands 29 November 2012
  • Taiwan 30 November 2012
  • South Africa 14 December 2012
  • Japan 12 January 2013
  • Italy 31 January 2013

MPAA: Rated R for strong violence, language, some sexuality/nudity and drug content



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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