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Machete Kills (2013)

  • Rate: 6.1/10 total 10,758 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Crime | Thriller
  • Release Date: 11 October 2013 (USA)
  • Runtime: 107 min
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  • IMDb page: Machete Kills (2013)
  • Rate: 6.1/10 total 10,758 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Crime | Thriller
  • Release Date: 11 October 2013 (USA)
  • Runtime: 107 min
  • Filming Location: Troublemaker Studios – 4900 Old Manor Road, Austin, Texas, USA
  • Budget: $33,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $7,268,659 (USA) (25 October 2013)
  • Director: Robert Rodriguez
  • Stars: Danny Trejo, Alexa Vega, Mel Gibson | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Robert Rodriguez  Carl Thiel   
  • Soundtrack: Funky Fanfare
  • Sound Mix: Datasat | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Machete | Acapulco Mexico | Beauty Pageant | Sex Scene | Mexican Flag

Writing Credits By:

  • Kyle Ward (screenplay)
  • Robert Rodriguez (story) &
  • Marcel Rodriguez (story)

Known Trivia

  • This is the first film of Charlie Sheen’s career in which he is credited under his real name, Carlos Estevez. He is humorously given “introducing” billing. 23 of 24 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • This marks the first time Mel Gibson has played a villain since “Payback” in 1998. 15 of 15 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Robert Rodriguez’s eleventh collaboration with Danny Trejo. 10 of 10 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The film was shot in 29 days. 7 of 7 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Alexa Vega only has one line throughout the film. 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Fourth collaboration between Robert Rodriguez, Alexa Vega, Danny Trejo, and Antonio Banderas. First non-Spy Kids collaboration between them. 6 of 7 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In Sheriff Doakes’ office, a campaign poster for John McLaughlin (Robert De Niro) is visible. 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The penis-shaped gun used by ‘Sofia Vergara’ is virtually the same as the one used by Tom Savini used in From Dusk Till Dawn, and Antonio Banderas in Desperado, both directed by Robert Rodriguez. 5 of 6 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Body Count: 101. 5 of 6 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • First movie for Lady Gaga. 9 of 13 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

Plot: The U.S. government recruits Machete to battle his way through Mexico in order to take down an arms dealer who looks to launch a weapon into space.  »

Story: The U.S. government recruits Machete to battle his way through Mexico in order to take down an arms dealer who looks to launch a weapon into space.


Synopsis: The film is preceded by a fake trailer for "Machete Kills Again… In Space!", which features the titular hero on an intergalactic mission, starring Danny Trejo, Michelle Rodriguez, Alexa Vega, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber as a robot named Bleep (which Machete destroys), and Leonardo DiCaprio as "The Man in the Silver Mask" (with the sub-note that the actor playing the role is subject to change).

The actual film starts off with a team of military men arriving at the Arizona-Mexico border, where they start unloading crates filled with high-tech weaponry. They’re cornered by Machete Cortez (Danny Trejo) and Sartana Rivera (Jessica Alba), both of whom are aware that these men are planning on selling weapons to the cartel. Sure enough, the cartel arrive right on cue. They whip out their guns and kill all the military men. Machete and Sartana fight back, with Machete slaughtering them with his machete. The cartel leader prepares to kill Machete, stating that "if a man kills a legend, he becomes a legend himself." That’s when three helicopters show up with masked men hopping out and shooting the cartel. Sartana pleads with Machete to help her fight these other men, and she goes around to the back of the military truck to find a large missile in the back. A man in a luchador mask walks up to her and shoots Sartana in the head, killing her. Machete finds her body and falls on his knees in despair, just as he is apprehended by the masked men.

Machete is set to be hanged in the office of the racist redneck Sheriff Doakes (William Sadler) after being accused of murdering Sartana. Doakes tells his deputy Clebourne (Samuel Davis) to kick the stool from beneath Machete’s feet, which he does, but Machete doesn’t die. Instead, he stares viciously at the two men. The phone rings, and Clebourne answers, then passes it to Doakes, saying it’s the President. Doakes answers and then grabs his gun to shoot the noose to free Machete. He takes the phone and growls, "This is Machete."

Machete is escorted to Washington DC and to the White House to meet President Rathcock (Charlie Sheen; credited under his birth name Carlos Estevez), who informs Machete that a Mexican cartel member-turned-revolutionary named Marcos Mendez (Demian Bichir) has a plan to launch a powerful missile at Washington unless Mexico is invaded to put an end to the corruption within that country. Ratchcock orders Machete to find Mendez and kill him. Machete refuses the mission until Rathcock grants him U.S. citizenship and tells him to do this for his country and for the late Sartana.

Arriving in San Antonio, Texas, Machete meets his handler, Blanca Vasquez, aka Miss San Antonio (Amber Heard). She shows off her arsenal of guns and blades, including a three-bladed machete that catches Machete’s eye. She briefs him on Mendez’s plan and tells him to go to Acapulco to find a young woman named Cereza (Vanessa Hudgens), as she will lead Machete to Mendez. Miss S.A. then has sex with Machete.

Miss S.A. flies Machete to Acapulco, Mexico where he parachutes down to find a brothel run by Madame Desdemona (Sofia Vergara). She orders her band of prostitutes to make sure they get their earned money from any customer who comes in, then sends them away as Machete comes in. He takes out a picture of Cereza and requests to see her. Desdemona leaves to get her, only to come back with a gun. She fires at Machete, prompting him to run and get shot at by the other prostitutes. He runs into a room to find Cereza, who willingly goes with him. He grabs her and jumps out the window.

Machete and Cereza wait at a dock for their ride to see Mendez. She reveals that she is Desdemona’s daughter and that Mendez was once a normal man who became insane, earning him the nickname "Mendez the Madman". The two are picked up on a speedboat with a man named Zaror (Marko Zaror) and two revolutionaries. They all board a helicopter to head to Mendez’s lair. While they’re flying, Zaror says "Mendez sends a message," and he shoots Cereza in the stomach and throws her out of the helicopter to her death.

The helicopter arrives at Mendez’s lair. True to his reputation, he is a maniacal man who has a very large missile standing in the middle of the room, and the trigger is wired to his heart, so if he dies, the missile launches. He says there are only two people who know how to disarm it. Zaror kills the only doctor in the room, which leaves only one other person who knows, and he is all the way back in the U.S. To make matters worse, Mendez pulls the trigger on his chest, which leaves 24 hours before the missile launches. Thinking quickly, Machete grabs Mendez and takes on his henchmen, using his triple-bladed Machete to slice into Zaror’s stomach and make his way out while killing other goons. He knocks Mendez unconscious and runs to the helicopter. Zaror runs out to fight Machete, but he sticks his hand in Zaror’s stomach to pull out his intestine and throw it into the helicopter’s blades, pulling Zaror up and slicing him to pieces. Machete boards the helicopter with Mendez, then receives a call from Miss S.A. He tells her that he is taking Mendez across the border, leading her to call President Rathcock. Machete informs them both about the missile’s trigger being wired to Mendez’s heart, so he is going to find the man who sold him the missile, coming from a company called Voz Tech.

As the helicopter flies over the ocean, two revolutionaries on a speedboat try to shoot at Machete. He jumps out with Mendez and lands in the boat. He knocks out one revolutionary while fighting the other, then grabbing a grappling hook, shooting it at the helicopter, and sticking it to the man, which pulls him up, shreds him, and causes the helicopter to explode. Machete then steers the boat to the docks, but there are more revolutionaries waiting for them. He sticks the gas in the speedboat on full speed and jumps out with Mendez, right before the boat flips over, crashes into the dock, and kills the men with the boat’s turbines.

Machete pulls Mendez to land, where Mendez suddenly drops his madman persona and begins to speak to him calmly. He appears to have no recollection of the trigger on his heart and is distraught when Machete tells him that he ordered Cereza to be killed.

At a Mexican radio station, a goon enters and orders the host to read off an announcement over the radio: a hit has been issued on Machete and Mendez, offering over $20 million dollars to whoever kills them. This is heard by Machete’s ally Luz (Michelle Rodriguez), as well as Doakes and Clebourne.

Elsewhere in Mexico, a man (Walton Goggins) enters a bar. He asks for a martini but the bartender tells him they only serve tequila and chango. The man orders the chango and then reveals to the bartender that he is the notorious killer known as El Camaleon, for nobody has ever seen his face. He kills the bartender and the other two men in the bar, then leaves. He pulls off his mask to reveal a new disguise (Cuba Gooding, Jr.). He receives a notice about the hit on Machete, and then kills a tourist couple and takes their car.

Machete and Mendez go to a Mexican restaurant where everybody recognizes them and watches them with the intent to kill. A cop named Chepo (Julio Oscar Mechoso) aims his gun at Mendez’s head, calling him "loco" ("crazy" in Spanish). This causes Mendez to revert to his madman persona and he begins to punch Chepo’s face in, with Machete finally shooting him in the chest. The police arrive to arrest the two, forcing Machete to grab Mendez, kill the restaurant’s workers, and cut the gas line to destroy the restaurant.

Meanwhile, Desdemona is in her brothel whipping a man tied to a table while telling him why she hates men – her father used to sexually abuse her as a child until she chewed his balls off. She wraps the whip around the man’s neck and breaks it. One of the prostitutes, named KillJoy (Alexa Vega) comes in to tell Desdemona about the hit on Machete. She then hands Desdemona a machine gun bra to prepare herself.

El Camaleon (Gooding) arrives at a garage and learns that Machete was spotted in Villa Guerrera. He asks the man at the garage for directions, but when he fails to answer him properly, he kills the man. He then notices the camera which has captured his face. He shoots it and removes his mask to become a woman (Lady Gaga).

Machete takes Mendez to a clinic after he was shot in the neck at the restaurant. While he’s being treated, a prostitute spots them and informs Desdemona and her girls. Machete spots them and puts blood bags in the microwave, causing them explode and spray on the prostitutes. Desdemona opens fire with her machine gun bra, but Machete manages to outrun her. He grabs a defibrillator and uses it on the bra to throw Desdemona several feet away. He once again grabs Mendez and runs.

The duo make it to a shop to get a car. There is a man in a wheelchair there who is willing to turn them in as a group of assassins arrive on the scene. Machete shoots the man’s oxygen tank, which pushes the wheelchair into plain sight of the assassins, and they open fire on him and launch a rocket at the man. Machete and Mendez get into an armored vehicle and flee. As they continue to make their way to the border, Mendez tells Machete who he used to be – he was never part of the cartel, but rather, he was Mexico’s first secret agent who planned to end the corruption in the country, but his supervisor betrayed him and had his wife and daughter beaten and murdered before his eyes. He went crazy and killed the supervisor and his men, leading him to join forces with the man who sold him the missile.

With about 13 hours before the missile launches, Machete and Mendez arrive close to the border. However, Desdemona and her prostitutes are following, and El Camaleon (Gaga) is not far behind. Machete throws a blade into Desdemona’s vehicle that is set to blow up, forcing her and her girls to jump from the vehicle. With it being stranded, it causes El Camaleon to hit the car and overturn his (or her) car. Desdemona runs out with a crotch gun to fire at Machete, but he outdrives her. Defeated, she and her girls walk away.

The wall of the border is too big for Machete to drive through, so Mendez informs him of a wall with graffiti to drive through. It opens to a tunnel and that allows them to burst underground into the U.S. Waiting for them on the other side is Doakes and Clebourne. Doakes aims his gun to kill the two but Mendez throws a blade of his own to cut off Doakes’s hand. He then breaks his neck before shooting Clebourne in the head. Not long after, a group of masked men similar to the ones from before arrive. Among them is Zaror himself. He decapitates Mendez while the other masked men pump Machete full of lead.

There’s a brief campaign ad to re-elect Rathcock for another term, stating his accomplishments with gun laws and legalizing marijuana in 28 states. He then adds "Winning was only the beginning."

Machete wakes up in a pool at Voz Tech Industries. Next to him is Mendez’s headless corpse. Standing over Machete is Luther Voz (Mel Gibson), president of Voz Tech and the same man who gave Mendez the missile. Voz holds a jar containing Mendez’s still-beating heart while the missile’s launch countdown is still going. He tells Machete he is lying in a healing pool, and then takes him on a tour of the place in his "Star Wars"-inspired vehicle. Voz explains that he has seen the future where the world has come to an end, so he has built a rocket that will take him and anybody willing to join him up into space. Additionally, he has been manufacturing genetically engineered super soldiers, and unleashes a number of Zaror clones to fight Machete. Machete grabs any weapon that’s close to him and he kills all the clones. Voz is impressed before discussing the final part of his plan – including Mendez, he has manipulated people in other countries, including North Korea and Russia, into obtaining missiles to launch all around the world. Machete runs out of there with one of Voz’s weapons and hops in the "Star Wars" car. He is followed by Voz’s men all the way to an electric fence. The weapon he grabbed is a molecule disabler, which he fires at the goons, causing them to disintegrate. A helicopter arrives, and Machete uses a hook to latch onto the blades to swing around and decapitate the remaining henchmen. He gets into the helicopter which is being flown by Luz.

Luz takes Machete back to her hideout with her group, the Network, and tells him that many Mexican laborers have been abducted mysteriously. He tells her about the missile, and she says she knows someone who can disarm it, but he’s not gonna like who it is. It’s Osiris (Tom Savini), the hitman from the previous film who killed Machete’s friend Padre (Cheech Marin). Osiris asks for a chance to redeem himself, remorseful for killing Padre. Machete is then contacted by Miss S.A. who asks him to meet her at a rendezvous point after she’s done with her swimsuit competition. Luz knows that Machete had sex with Miss S.A. and says his judgment is clouded.

Machete meets Miss S.A. at the rendezvous point with Luz, Osiris, and another guy named Tito following close by. Miss S.A. betrays Machete by saying she offered to bring him back to Voz in exchange for winning the competition to crown her Miss Texas. A gunfight ensues between Voz’s goons and Machete’s friends. Tito is killed and Machete hops onto the villains’ car until one of them shoots him off the roof.

Machete wakes up in the desert and walks until a truck driver (Antonio Banderas) stops to pick him up. His Spanish is noticeably awkward and inconsistent, so he gives up and reveals that he is El Camaleon. In his female disguise, he was able to hail the truck’s previous driver before assuming another disguise. He takes Machete out of the truck and makes him dig his own grave, but Machete digs up a tunnel where several Mexicans are sneaking past the border. Machete hops in while El Camaleon has his back turned, and he follows soon after he realizes Machete’s gone. Unfortunately for him, he runs into a group of border-patrolling rednecks who shoot him to death. Meanwhile, Machete makes it out. He is picked up by Luz’s allies and taken back to her hideout. She addresses all of them on Voz’s plan to launch his missile and rounds everybody up to help her and Machete fight back.

Just barely half an hour is left before the missile launches. Machete, Luz, and the Network infiltrate a party thrown at Voz Tech Industries by disguising themselves as the help. Voz is set to bring all the guests with him into space, complete with their own weird futuristic wardrobe. Machete comes in and tells the crowd that Voz plans to bring the world to an end, prompting the Network and Voz’s henchmen to engage in another gunfight. Machete runs after Voz while Miss S.A. shoots out Luz’s other eye and kills other Network members.

Machete and Osiris find the heart, which Osiris finds too complicated to disarm. Voz enters and shoots the heart, leaving only five minutes left before the launch. He aims his molecule disabler at Machete, but Osiris jumps in and takes the shot to finally redeem himself. Machete and Voz engage in a duel with their own bladed weapons. Voz gains the upper hand and nearly kills Machete, until Machete uses his hook to pull a flamethrower to spit fire in Voz’s face, leaving him horribly disfigured. He stumbles into another room to grab the silver mask seen at the beginning in the fake trailer. At the same time, Luz, now blind, fights Miss S.A. She throws her crown at Luz, but she catches it and throws it back at Miss S.A.’s chest, hitting her heart. Luz finishes her off with a blast to the head.

As Machete runs to turn off the missile, Voz succeeds in rounding up the party guests and the Network to bring them with him and the other abducted laborers into his rocket. He also has Luz frozen in carbonite (just as she flips him off). The missile launches with Machete riding it. He cuts the blue wire inside, and the missile falls into a river just as Voz’s rocket launches into space. President Rathcock and his men find Machete, and he thanks him for saving the world. He asks where Voz is, and Machete points to the sky. Rathcock says he has a new mission for Machete to go into space to get Voz, and before he says anymore, Machete immediately accepts the mission.

In the final shot, Machete goes to the Space X station in an astronaut suit and boards the rocket that will take him up to find Voz and defeat him once and for all, setting the stage for "Machete Kills Again…In Space!" It’s also shown that Desdemona and her girls will face off with Machete yet again, leading to a cliffhanger where the masked Voz holds a blade at Luz’s neck in front of Machete, swinging the blade before cutting to Rathcock saying he approves this message.

After the credits:

There’s an outtake with Michelle Rodriguez "pussy-punching" Amber Heard, which Heard laughs about, followed by President Rathcock in space, firing his own badass space guns.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Douglas Aarniokoski known as co-producer
  • Alfonso Barragan Jr. known as executive producer
  • Marina Bespalov known as associate producer
  • Sergei Bespalov known as producer
  • Terry Dougas known as executive producer
  • Sam Englebardt known as executive producer
  • Jere Hausfater known as executive producer
  • William D. Johnson known as executive producer
  • Aaron Kaufman known as producer
  • Paris Kasidokostas Latsis known as executive producer
  • Mark C. Manuel known as executive producer
  • Iliana Nikolic known as producer
  • Tom Proper known as co-producer
  • Alexander Rodnyansky known as producer
  • Robert Rodriguez known as producer
  • Rick Schwartz known as producer
  • Boris Teterev known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Danny Trejo known as Machete
  • Mel Gibson known as Voz
  • Demian Bichir known as Mendez
  • Amber Heard known as Miss San Antonio
  • Michelle Rodriguez known as Luz
  • Sofía Vergara known as Desdemona
  • Charlie Sheen known as Mr. President (as Carlos Estevez)
  • Lady Gaga known as La Camaleón
  • Antonio Banderas known as El Camaleón 4
  • Walton Goggins known as El Cameleón 1 (as Walt Goggins)
  • Cuba Gooding Jr. known as El Camaleón 2
  • Vanessa Hudgens known as Cereza
  • Alexa Vega known as KillJoy
  • Marko Zaror known as Zaror
  • Tom Savini known as Osiris Amanapur
  • William Sadler known as Sheriff Doakes
  • Julio Oscar Mechoso known as Chepo
  • Callie Hernandez known as Space Babe
  • Billy Blair known as Billy Blair
  • Samuel Davis known as Clebourne
  • Jason Christopher known as Lieutenant Brass
  • David C. Heard known as Doctor Villachez
  • Carlos Rodriguez known as Messenger
  • Juan Zuani known as Radio Announcer
  • Emmy Robbin known as Pris
  • Jimmy Gonzales known as Man in Bondage
  • Pablo Bracho known as Bartender Carlos
  • Ashley Wood known as Male Tourist
  • Patricia Vonne known as Female Tourist
  • Vincent Fuentes known as Cabrito Cook
  • Rick Delgado known as Police Captain
  • Daniel Arellano known as Elderly Attendant
  • Elle LaMont known as Dollface
  • Eduardo Renteria known as Doctor Goodbar
  • Pablo Esparza known as Grasa
  • Bobby Tamayo known as Stuttering Tito
  • Felix Sabates known as Doc Felix
  • Adgar Arreola known as Estoban
  • Jorge A. Jimenez known as Dying Cartel GUy (as Jorge Jimenez)
  • Alejandro Antonio known as Boss of Mendez
  • Sam Medina known as Cartel Leader
  • Crystal Martinez known as Wife of Mendez
  • Electra Avellan known as Nurse Mona
  • Elise Avellan known as Nurse Lisa
  • Marci Madison known as Nurse Fine
  • Corey Burton known as Trailer Voice (voice)
  • Elon Musk known as Himself
  • Eddie Aguirre known as Local Police (uncredited)
  • Jessica Alba known as Sartana (uncredited)
  • Edgar Arreola known as Esteban (uncredited)
  • Jesse Campos known as Network Server (uncredited)
  • Don Daro known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Eric Vincent Davenport known as Network Member (uncredited)
  • Heaven Elizabeth Fearn known as Miss Amarillo (uncredited)
  • Carlos Funes known as Mendez Guerilla (uncredited)
  • Mike Gassaway known as Secret Service Agent (uncredited)
  • Sophia Hoang known as Miss Houston (uncredited)
  • Irvin Lewis known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Jennie Lieber known as Secret Service Agent (uncredited)
  • Rip Lowe known as Cardiologist (uncredited)
  • Johnny Lozano known as Mendez Guerrilla (uncredited)
  • Cheech Marin known as Padre (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • Dan Murphy known as Department Of Homeland Security Agent (uncredited)
  • J.J. Perry known as Voz's Henchman (uncredited)
  • Shahab Pierre known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Alin Gabriel Pop known as FBI Agent (uncredited)
  • Trevante Rhodes known as Young Billionaire (uncredited)
  • Scott A. Stevens known as Network Member (uncredited)
  • Daniel Zubiate known as Voz Tech Guard (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Doug Field known as special makeup effects artist
  • Grady Holder known as art department: K.N.B. EFX Group
  • Meredith Johns known as key special makeup effects artist
  • Gabriel Solana known as makeup artist

Art Department:

    : K.N.B. EFX Group

  • Meredith Johns known as key special makeup effects artist
  • Gabriel Solana known as makeup artist




Production Companies:

  • Aldamisa Entertainment
  • 1821 Pictures
  • Quick Draw Productions
  • Demarest Films
  • Overnight Films

Other Companies:

  • Aldamisa Entertainment  funding
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Digital Post Services  quality assurance and world-wide servicing
  • Gray Krauss Des Rochers  legal services
  • IndieClear  script clearance
  • Modern VideoFilm  post-production facilities (digital intermediate)
  • Sessions Payroll Management  extras payroll services
  • Vrelonovama Limited  funding


  • A Company (2013) (Hungary) (theatrical)
  • A Company (2013) (Russia) (theatrical)
  • Cathay-Keris Films (2013) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Fine Films (2014) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Icon Film Distribution (2013) (Australia) (theatrical)
  • Independent Films (2013) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Innoform Media (2013) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • InterComFilm (2013) (Romania) (theatrical)
  • Legend Cinemas (2013) (Cambodia) (theatrical)
  • Lionsgate (2013) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Open Road Films (II) (2013) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Pop Entertainment (2013) (South Korea) (theatrical)
  • SF Film Finland (2013) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • Seven Films – Spentzos Film (2013) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Twentieth Century Fox C.I.S. (2013) (Russia) (theatrical)
  • Universum Film (UFA) (2013) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Wild Bunch Distribution (2013) (France) (theatrical)
  • IPA Asia Pacific (2013) (Thailand) (all media)
  • Pinema (2013) (Turkey) (all media)
  • VVS Films (2013) (Canada) (all media)
  • Zon Audiovisuais (2013) (Portugal) (all media)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Hydraulx
  • Prime Focus World (visual effects)

Visual Effects by:

  • Praveen Allu known as digital compositor
  • Murali Anagani known as pipeline technical director
  • Saurabh Arora known as compositing
  • Jeff Atherton known as visual effects producer: Hydraulx
  • Derek Babchishin known as senior animator
  • Michael Balzer known as digital compositor
  • Giorgio Bertolone known as senior rigger
  • Giorgio Bertolone known as technical director
  • Vishal Bhardwaj known as digital compositor
  • Bhargava Boini known as digital compositor
  • Varun Bondwal known as pipeline technical director
  • Cody Brunty known as visual effects artist
  • Nicolas Cadorette Vigneau known as digital compositor (as Nicolas Cadorette)
  • Abhishek Chaturvedi known as roto and paint artist: Rhythm and Hues
  • Hitesh Chikate known as rigging technical director: Rhythm & Hues Studios
  • Hitesh Chikate known as tech animator: Rhythm & Hues Studios
  • Nolan Conrad known as compositor
  • Joshua Cordes known as visual effects: Hydraulx
  • Jessica Cuff known as production assistant: Hydraulx VFX
  • Santosh Kumar Dey known as matchmove artist: rhythm & hues studios
  • Ujwal W. Dhankute known as digital compositor
  • Claire Duthie known as digital paint artist
  • Claire Duthie known as roto artist
  • Pauline Duvall known as sequence supervisor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Justin Ferk known as visual effects artist
  • Justin Gladden known as visual effects producer
  • Richard Gordoa known as visual effects artist
  • Goutham known as sequence coordinator
  • James Greig known as visual effects coordinator
  • Chris Haney known as pipeline supervisor
  • Tia Hoshizaki known as digital compositor
  • Neeraj Ingle known as digital compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Rajeev Jeganathan known as roto/prep artist: Rhythm and Hues Studios
  • Janet Jensen known as compositor
  • Janet Jensen known as on-set visual effects coordinator
  • Case Johnson known as digital compositor
  • Case Johnson known as on-set visual effects assistant
  • Case Johnson known as visual effects production manager
  • Sam Johnston known as digital compositor
  • Kishor Joshi known as visual effects artist
  • Vivek Karmarkar known as digital compositor
  • Karthikeyan Karuppasamy known as digital compositor (as Karthikeyan K)
  • Dushyant Kashyap known as pipeline td
  • Bhavani Kishore known as roto/prep artist
  • Marc Kolbe known as visual effects consultant
  • Aditya Kolli known as visual effects compositor
  • Jai Krishnaswamy known as compositor
  • Jooyong Lee known as inferno/flame compositor: Hydraulx
  • Sun Lee known as senior matte painter: Hydraulx
  • Erwan Leroy known as compositor
  • Rajavel Loganathan known as digital compositor
  • Juan David Lopez known as lead compositor
  • Joaquin Ludewig known as visual effects artist
  • Rajendra Maharana known as lead prep artist
  • Mika Margolles known as visual effects artist
  • Zack Mazerolle known as visual effects editor
  • Mare McIntosh known as cgi coordinator: Hydraulx VFX
  • David Michaels known as character rigging supervisor
  • Brad Montesi known as visual effects assistant
  • Zeke Morales known as visual effects editor
  • Karthick Muthukumar known as compositor
  • Ram Mohan Nadam Reddy known as digital compositor
  • Chun Seong Ng known as modeling supervisor: Hydraulx Vancouver
  • Denise O'Neill known as 2d coordinator: Hydraulx VFX
  • Chris Olivia known as visual development
  • Abbigail Ponek known as digital producer
  • Ryan Prestridge known as lead matte painting technical director: Rhythm and Hues
  • Richard Pring known as head of editorial: Prime Focus
  • Vijay Bharath Reddy known as compositor
  • Andre Rios known as visual effects artist
  • Stephen Robertson known as digital compositor
  • Robert Rodriguez known as visual effects executive producer
  • Sandy Romero known as visual effects artist
  • Krystal Sae Eua known as modeling supervisor: Hydraulx
  • Rangan Sanjeevi known as pipeline technical director
  • David Santoyo known as digital intermediate data operator
  • Anik Seguin known as visual effects editor
  • Jimit Shah known as roto lead
  • Shikhar Sharma known as cg modeler
  • Mark Simone known as visual effects producer: rhythm & hues
  • Travis Smith known as visual effects editor
  • Michael Smith-Kennard known as visual effects lead: Prime Focus
  • Seshadri Srinidhi known as character rigging technical director
  • Dale Stelly known as data i/o
  • Radhakrishnan Sundararaj known as digital compositor
  • Mohite Suraj known as digital compositor
  • Josh Sutherland known as visual effects editor: hydraulx
  • Sean Talarico known as rotoscope paint artist
  • Will Telford known as digital effects supervisor
  • Nicholas Theisen known as digital imaging specialist
  • Joel Thompson known as visual effects editor
  • Narayana Murthy Tirunagari known as prep artist
  • Alex Toader known as visual effects supervisor
  • John Vanderbeck known as compositing td
  • Mark Wright known as visual effects editor: Hydraulx
  • Donmill Yip known as visual effects artist
  • Michael Zavala known as 2D Coordinator: Hydraulx

MPAA: Rated R For strong bloody violence throughout, language and some sexual content



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