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Moonrise Kingdom (2012)

  • Rate: 7.9/10 total 79,004 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Drama | Romance
  • Release Date: 29 June 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: USA:94 min
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  • IMDb page: Moonrise Kingdom (2012)
  • Rate: 7.9/10 total 79,004 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Drama | Romance
  • Release Date: 29 June 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: USA:94 min
  • Filming Location: Stepstone Falls, West Greenwich, Rhode Island, USA
  • Budget: $16,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $65,073,551(Worldwide)(1 November 2012)
  • Director: Wes Anderson
  • Stars: Jared Gilman, Kara Hayward and Bruce Willis|See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: Alexandre Desplat   
  • Soundtrack: Ramblin' Man
  • Sound Mix: Datasat | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: New England | Search | 1960s | Search Party | Girl

Writing Credits By:

  • Wes Anderson (written by) and
  • Roman Coppola (written by)

Known Trivia

  • Though it was filmed in part on Prudence Island, Rhode Island, the map of the island of New Penzance is based on Fisher’s Island, New York.
  • Wes Anderson’s sixth collaboration with Bill Murray.
  • Opening film at the 65th Cannes Film Festival in 2012.
  • Swiss censorship certificate: 1008.871.
  • French visa # 133179.
  • This is the first Wes Anderson film to be shot in the 1.85:1 ratio since Bottle Rocket, and also the first to be shot on 16mm film.
  • Before filming, neither Kara Hayward nor Jared Gilman had ever seen a typewriter in person. Hayward later said, “Fran (Frances McDormand) had a lot of fun with that. She couldn’t believe it. She showed me that the keys are in the same place as now (on computers).”
  • After filming was completed, Kara Hayward got to keep the kitten owned in the film by her character Suzy, and Jared Gilman got to keep the backpack used by his character Sam.
  • The film opened in only four theaters, two in New York and two in Los Angeles, but earned $167,250 per screen, the all-time record for highest per-theater box office average of a non-animated film.
  • According to Wes Anderson, Suzy’s discovery of the “Coping with a Troubled Child” pamphlet was based on a similar experience from his own childhood: “It wasn’t anything terrible. It’s just something that at the time, when I found it, I was like, ‘What is this!’ I immediately knew who that troubled child was even though hypothetically it could have been someone else.”

Goofs: Continuity: When Scout Master Ward exits his tent the morning after his troupe leaves to rescue Sam and Suzy his neckerchief is on/off between shots.

Plot: A pair of young lovers flee their New England town, which causes a local search party to fan out and find them. Full summary »  »

Story: Set on an island off the coast of New England in the 1960s, as a young boy and girl fall in love they are moved to run away together. Various factions of the town mobilize to search for them and the town is turned upside down — which might not be such a bad thing.Written by Production  


Synopsis: In the summer of 1965, Walt and Laura Bishop (Bill Murray and Frances McDormand) live on the New England island of New Penzance with their three young sons and troubled 12-year-old daughter Suzy (Kara Hayward), who is secretive, prone to fits of aggression and is never without her binoculars. The island is nervously awaiting the arrival of a violent storm, due to hit in a few days time.

On the other side of the island, Troop 55 of the Khaki Scouts is spending the summer at Camp Ivanhoe, under the leadership of Scout Master Randy Ward (Edward Norton). It is noticed that the most unpopular scout, 12-year-old Sam Shakusky (Jared Gilman), had fled the camp during the night, leaving Ward a letter of resignation from the Khaki Scouts and stealing a canoe and supplies. Ward sends the remaining scouts (and the camp dog, Snoopy) out to hunt for the fugitive, and the boys speak of him with a mixture of hostility and fear, as Sam is believed to be emotionally disturbed and possibly dangerous.

Unbeknownst to anyone but themselves, Sam and Suzy had been pen pals for months after meeting backstage during a production of "Noyes Fludde" at St. Jack’s church on the island’s mainland. Sam was drawn to Suzy’s frank and complex personality, while Suzy was charmed by Sam’s bold yet casual attitude. Over the next year, they develop a plan to reunite in the summer and run away together. When the chosen date approaches, Sam escapes camp and Suzy slips away from the house with her binoculars, her cat, six books, and her brother’s record player. They meet in a field and begin their journey.

Scoutmaster Ward notifies Police Captain Sharp (Bruce Willis) of Sam’s absence, and Sharp makes a call to what he assumes is Sam’s home. It is revealed that Sam is an orphan (which was not listed in Wards camp records), and that his foster parents are refusing to take him back, due to a long history of strange and sometimes dangerous escapades from Sam. Sharp and Ward are upset, knowing their only available option is to turn Sam over to Social Services once they find him.

Meanwhile, Suzy’s parents realize she is missing, and discover her plan by reading a shoebox full of letters she had received from Sam. Working with Captain Sharp (with whom Laura Bishop is having an affair), they combine their knowledge of the two kids and begin to track them.

Suzy and Sam hike through the woods, stopping sporadically for food and conversation. Suzy explains that she wanted to leave home because both she and her family were frustrated with her moods and behavior. Sam has had trouble making friends because of his oddness and shameless independence, and had a turbulent experience living with his foster family before going to Camp Ivanhoe. They are finally discovered by the boys of Troop 55, who have all brought weapons. They attempt to attack and capture Sam, but there is a brief riot in which Suzy stabs one of the more aggressive scouts with a pair of scissors, and the camp dog Snoopy is accidentally shot through the neck with an arrow. The scouts flee the woods and report back to Sharp, Ward, and Suzy’s parents to inform them of Sam’s and Suzy’s whereabouts. The injured scout is taken for medical treatment, and Walt Bishop expresses his rage and frustration at Scout Master Wade, blaming him for letting one of "these beige lunatics" run away with his daughter. An old resident of the island (Bob Balaban) who had been Sam’s former teacher (and also acts as the narrator for the film) interrupts the ruckus and suggests that they search a cove at the other side of the island, as Sam had once expressed an interest in retracing a Native American migration that once occurred in that area.

Suzy and Sam set up camp at the cove in question, and bond more while swimming, dancing on the beach, and having their first kiss. Sam makes a pair of earrings for Suzy out of green beetles and fish hooks, which Suzy happily accepts, even allowing Sam to jab the hooks through her un-pierced earlobes. They talk more throughout the evening. Sam paints a picture of Suzy, and Suzy reads aloud from one of her books. They fall asleep in their tent, but are awakened the next morning by Captain Sharp, Scout Master Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, and Troop 55 who had finally tracked them down.

Sam and Suzy are forcibly separated. Back home, Suzy treats her family with stoic hostility, as they have forbidden her from seeing Sam again. Sam is given a letter from his foster family, making it clear that he cannot return to live with them. Now homeless, Sam is temporarily taken in by Captain Sharp who develops a bond with the intelligent young outsider. Sharp and Ward, who are sympathetic of Sam’s situation, reluctantly speak to a representative of Social Services (Tilda Swinton), who informs them that due to Sam’s history of troubling behavior, he will have to be placed in a juvenile refuge: essentially an orphanage.

Back at Camp Ivanhoe, Troop 55 has a collective change of heart, and all the boys feel guilty for their shabby treatment of Sam Shakusky. Now knowing the sad details of Sam’s past and his decidedly bleak future, they decide it is their duty as Khaki Scouts to help him. They gather supplies and escape camp, sneaking to Suzy’s house in an effort to reunite the young lovers. They flee to Captain Sharp’s home, an enthusiastic Suzy in tow, having left a homemade dummy in her bed as a decoy. They rescue Sam, who finally begins to trust his former enemies and is overjoyed to see Suzy again.

The next step of the escape plan is to make the trip to the Khaki Scouts larger camp, Fort Lebanon, at which Cousin Ben (Jason Schwartzman), an older relative of a member of Troop 55, is employed. Sam and Suzy explain their situation, and that they are in love. Cousin Ben, having somewhat-legitimate authority to do so, offers to officiate an impromptu wedding for them (which will hold no legal standing, but be of emotional significance). The newlyweds then board a sailboat and are about to make their escape with further help from Cousin Ben, but Suzy realizes she had left her binoculars behind. Sam rushes back to get them, but is confronted by the scout whom Suzy had previously stabbed with scissors. He is recovering in the infirmary at Fort Lebanon, and taunts Sam while holding Suzy’s binoculars. Sam finally cracks and attacks the scout, who promptly rats out the fugitive Troop 55. The troop, Sam, and Suzy are chased off camp grounds as the predicted massive storm begins to brew overhead. Sam is struck by lightning during the chase, but miraculously recovers instantly.

Back at Fort Lebanon, Scout Master Wade has arrived in search of his missing troop. The high-ranking Commander Pierce (Harvey Keitel), in charge of the base camp, is outraged by Wade’s supposed incompetence and strips him of his title. The camp prepares to evacuate to higher ground, as the storm is nearly in full swing. Before they can leave, the flood hits. Wade springs into action and rescues Commander Pierce, who was trapped in a cabin at the time, and then shuttles everyone out of camp.

Back on the island mainland, Troop 55, Wade, Pierce, Captain Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, and the Social Services representative (who had arrived that morning to collect Sam, who by then was missing again) crowd into St. Jacks church for safety. Sam and Suzy are also present, but hiding out of sight near the bell tower. After much squabbling from the adults over the welfare of the children and Sam’s future, Sam and Suzy are spotted and quickly escape to the roof of the church.

Horrified, Captain Sharp scrambles for a solution. He knows Sam and Suzy are only being so elusive because they expect to be separated again once they are found. He asks Social Services if Sam could be allowed to stay with him on the island, so as to be near Suzy, but the representative initially refuses because Sharp is not married. However, Suzy’s parents, both lawyers, assure that there is no legal reason that should prevent the adoption. Frantically, Sharp climbs to the roof where Sam and Suzy are huddled by the steeple in pouring rain and raging wind. They are preparing to jump into the flood below, but Sharp pleads with Sam to consider the offer of a new home on the island. Sam consents, but before the three can climb down to safety, the steeple is struck by lightning and severed. Miraculously, Sharp, Sam, and Suzy survive by holding on to each other as they dangle from the church eaves.

Some time later, Suzy is safe at home again. Sam makes daily visits to her house, though it is unclear of Suzy’s parents permit this since Sam enters and leaves through an upstairs window. He lives happily with Captain Sharp, who is grooming him to be a future member of island police. Things at Camp Ivanhoe are looking up. Scout Master Wade has his job back, is in a relationship with the pretty switchboard operator from Sharp’s police station, and is welcoming new recruits to Troop 55.

The film closes with a close-up of a painting Sam had done of the cove where he and Suzy had stayed during their adventure. While they camped there, they decided they did not like the name of the island and planned to think up a new one. We do not see the name they chose until Sam’s painting reveals it: Moonrise Kingdom, spelled out with rocks on the beach of the cove.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Wes Anderson known as producer
  • Eli Bush known as co-producer: for Mr.Rudin
  • Molly Cooper known as co-producer
  • Jeremy Dawson known as producer
  • Sam Hoffman known as executive producer
  • Octavia Peissel known as associate producer
  • Steven M. Rales known as producer (as Steven Rales)
  • Mark Roybal known as executive producer
  • Scott Rudin known as producer
  • Lila Yacoub known as co-producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Bruce Willis known as Captain Sharp
  • Edward Norton known as Scout Master Ward
  • Bill Murray known as Walt Bishop
  • Frances McDormand known as Laura Bishop
  • Tilda Swinton known as Social Services
  • Jared Gilman known as Sam
  • Kara Hayward known as Suzy
  • Jason Schwartzman known as Cousin Ben
  • Bob Balaban known as The Narrator
  • Lucas Hedges known as Redford
  • Charlie Kilgore known as Lazy Eye
  • Andreas Sheikh known as Panagle
  • Chandler Frantz known as Gadge
  • Rob H. Campbell known as Deluca (as Rob Campbell)
  • L.J. Foley known as Izod
  • Gabriel Rush known as Skotak
  • Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick known as Roosevelt
  • Tommy Nelson known as Nickleby
  • Larry Pine known as Mr. Billingsley
  • Marianna Bassham known as Becky
  • Neal Huff known as Jed
  • Eric Chase Anderson known as Secretary McIntiro (as Eric Anderson)
  • Jake Ryan known as Lionel Bishop
  • Tanner Flood known as Murray Bishop
  • Wyatt Ralff known as Rudy Bishop
  • Max Derderian known as Chef
  • Hugo DeAscentis known as Edgar
  • Liz Callahan known as Mrs. Billingsley
  • James Demler known as Noah
  • Christine Noel known as Noah's Wife
  • Jean-Michael Pion known as Ham
  • John Peet known as Junior Khaki Scout Master
  • Carolyn Pickman known as Mrs. Lynn
  • Ada-Nicole Sanger known as Sparrow
  • Isabella Guinness known as Owl
  • Violet Guinness known as Bittern
  • Caris Guinness known as Curlew (as Caris Yeoman)
  • Lily Tiger McEnerney known as Dove
  • Kevin DeCoste known as Morse Code Khaki Scout
  • Harvey Keitel known as Commander Pierce
  • Tyler Metivier known as Bugler Boy Scout
  • Cooper Murray known as Indian Chief Khaki Scout
  • Coledyn Garrow known as Trampoline Khaki Scout
  • Ben Haffner known as Archery Khaki Scout
  • Michael Malvesti known as B-B-Q Khaki Scout
  • Richie Conant known as Fort Lebanon Khaki Scout
  • Johnathon Deneault known as Fort Lebanon Khaki Scout
  • Jack Hartman known as Fort Lebanon Khaki Scout (as Jack TeJean Hartman)
  • Preston Hatch known as Fort Lebanon Khaki Scout
  • Alex Milne known as Fort Lebanon Khaki Scout
  • Jordan Puzzo known as Fort Lebanon Khaki Scout
  • Steve Smith known as Weather Man (voice)
  • Dakota Pimentel known as Acolyte
  • Roman Keitel known as Acolyte's Assistant
  • Derek Sardella known as Pigeon Scout
  • Christopher Alan known as Church Townsman (uncredited)
  • Alecia Batson known as Church Refugee (uncredited)
  • Jack Belisle known as Khaki Scout at Fort Lebanon (uncredited)
  • David Boston known as Townsman in Church (uncredited)
  • Jodie Brunelle known as Church Refugee (uncredited)
  • Charles L. Campbell known as Radio Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
  • Benjamin Flynn known as Boy on Beach (uncredited)
  • Shawn Fogarty known as Storm Refugee in Church / Father at Childrens Play (uncredited)
  • John Franchi known as Play Attendee (uncredited)
  • Adam J. Freeman known as Khaki Scout (uncredited)
  • Julianne Freeman known as Suzy's Classmate (uncredited)
  • Oliver S. Greenwood known as Pigeon Scout (uncredited)
  • Conor Healy known as Scout Leader (uncredited)
  • Andrew Horowitz known as Scout (uncredited)
  • Krystal Kenville known as Church Congregation (uncredited)
  • John Joseph Lindsey known as Church Play Attendee (uncredited)
  • Lindsay MacDonald known as Church Patron (uncredited)
  • Joshua Meehan known as Boy Scout (uncredited)
  • Richard Meehan known as Khaki Scout (uncredited)
  • Christopher S. Porter known as Storm Refugee (uncredited)
  • Joshua Prevost known as Scout Camper (uncredited)
  • Donna Glee Reim known as Elderly Refugee (uncredited)
  • Gary Roscoe known as Townsperson (uncredited)
  • Salvatore Santone known as Boy Scout (uncredited)
  • Aingea Venuto known as Refugee in Church & Water Rippler in Noah's Ark Pageant (uncredited)
  • George J. Vezina known as Scout Master (uncredited)
  • Mary Wexler known as Church Member (uncredited)
  • Dorothea White known as Child Refugee (uncredited)
  • James Wilcox known as Scout Master (uncredited)
  • Luke Young known as Foster Brother (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Marleen Alter known as additional makeup artist
  • Carla Antonino known as makeup artist
  • Frank Barbosa known as key hair stylist
  • Stephen Bruno known as additional hair stylist
  • Hallie Cantor known as make-up and hair: intern
  • Elizabeth Cecchini known as additional hair stylist (as Liz Cecchini)
  • Irene Koh known as make-up and hair: intern
  • Mandy Lyons known as hair department head
  • Brenda McNally known as additional hair stylist
  • Rachel Mossberg known as make-up and hair: intern
  • Björn Rehbein known as key makeup artist
  • Shelly Bowen Shough known as barber
  • Nuria Sitja known as makeup department head

Art Department:

  • Chris Aguilar known as construction production assistant: Fantasy II Film Effects
  • Jason Allard known as propmaker
  • Eric Anderson known as book cover paintings
  • Shadya H. Ballug known as set dresser
  • Paula Bird known as scenic artist
  • Johan Bjurman known as scenic artist
  • Steve Brennan known as key on-set dresser
  • David Henry Buck known as foreman
  • Richard Cambria known as propmaker
  • Jason Case known as set dresser
  • Jessica Case known as set dresser
  • Danica Chipman known as buyer
  • David Hyde Costello known as book cover paintings
  • Jack Coyle known as propmaker
  • Samantha Dabney known as art department intern (as Sam Dabney)
  • Russell De Young known as scenic artist
  • Andrea Dopaso known as book cover paintings
  • Kate Dougherty known as set decoration production assistant
  • Joseph Elwell known as propmaker
  • Michael Fails known as art department intern
  • Nick Ferrara known as set dresser
  • Kim Fischer known as art department production assistant
  • Ian Glover known as art department intern
  • David Haller known as propmaker
  • Sandy Hamilton known as property master
  • Patrick Harpin known as storyboard artist
  • Jared Hartley known as set dresser
  • Bettina Hastie known as draper
  • Eric Helmin known as additional graphic designer
  • Kevin Hooyman known as book cover paintings
  • Lori Hruska known as scenic artist
  • J.M. Hunter known as art department coordinator
  • Melissa Jackson known as scenic artist
  • Dan Joy known as sign painter
  • Bridget Keefe known as set dressing foreman
  • Sandro Kopp known as book cover paintings
  • Guy Kozak known as art department intern
  • James R. LaFazia known as laborer
  • Kevin C. Lang known as set dresser
  • C. Kent Lanigan known as set dresser
  • Daniel Leonard known as propmaker
  • Danielle Levine known as art department intern
  • Asher Liftin known as artwork: Sam's
  • Lance Littlefield known as scenic artist
  • Bill Logan known as set decoration production assistant
  • Erik Malkovich known as set dresser
  • Juman Malouf known as book cover paintings
  • Julian Marshall known as art intern
  • Indre McCraw known as designer: Noah's ark stained glass
  • George McEachern known as propmaker
  • Kerri McGill known as scenic artist
  • Brian McKenzie known as set dresser
  • Laura McPherson known as on-set scenic
  • Alcinio Melim known as gang boss
  • Dudley Merrill known as gang boss
  • Janine Moore known as assistant property master
  • David Moriarity known as scenic artist
  • Zarela Mosquera known as art department intern
  • Danny Moss known as construction production assistant: Fantasy II Film Effects
  • Jim Murphy known as fabricator: Noah's ark stained glass
  • Nancy A. Pavia known as set dresser
  • Rebecca Perrenod known as scenic charge artist
  • Mark Pollard known as graphic artist
  • Michael Powsner known as assistant property master (as Mike Powsner)
  • Edward Rezendes known as scenic foreman
  • David Rickson known as scenic artist
  • Peter Rippe known as propmaker
  • David Rotondo known as construction coordinator
  • John Ryder known as set dresser
  • Olivia Saverwein known as set dresser
  • Robert Schleinig known as leadman
  • Michelle Sherwood known as assistant property master
  • Anthony Simone known as key greens
  • Dustin Sohn known as set decoration intern
  • Tom Sola known as general foreman
  • Carl Sprague known as assistant art director
  • John H. Storey known as gang boss
  • Irene Su known as art department intern
  • Terry Synnott known as scenic artist
  • Kathryn Tedesco known as props intern (as Kat Tedesco)
  • Josh Tran known as scenic artist
  • Robert Travisono known as greens
  • Matthew Vidalis known as art department intern
  • Chris Walsh known as greens
  • Ryan Webb known as assistant property master
  • Anastasia White known as art department assistant
  • Jamie Wolfond known as art department intern
  • Jeremy Woodward known as set designer




Production Companies:

  • Indian Paintbrush (presents)
  • American Empirical Pictures (as American Empirical)
  • Moonrise
  • Scott Rudin Productions

Other Companies:

  • ABKCO Music and Records  soundtrack
  • Avatar Studios  music recorded at
  • Cinema Mechanics  grip and lighting equipment
  • Digital Media Services (DMS)  Online Promotional Material Creation
  • Digital Media Services (DMS)  digital marketing asset management
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
  • Helen Uffner Vintage Clothing  vintage clothing
  • High Output  grip and lighting equipment
  • Intelligent Media  international monitoring agency
  • NES Rentals  condors and lifts
  • Parabolic NY  post-production sound services
  • Plasschaert & Associates  risk management
  • Sessions Payroll Management  extras payroll services
  • Sixteen19  Avid support
  • Sound Lounge  sound re-recording
  • Trevanna Post  post-production accounting


  • Ascot Elite Entertainment Group (2012) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
  • Atlantic Film (2012) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • Benelux Film Distributors (2012) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • E1 Films Canada (2012) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Focus Features (2012) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Odeon (2012) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Phantom Film (2013) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Shaw Organisation (2012) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • StudioCanal (2012) (France) (theatrical)
  • TOBIS Film (2012) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2012) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Benelux Film Distributors (BFD) Home Entertainment (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Benelux Film Distributors (BFD) Home Entertainment (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Lucky Red (2012) (Italy) (all media)
  • Prorom Media-Trade (2012) (Bulgaria) (all media)
  • Prorom Media-Trade (2012) (Hungary) (all media)
  • Prorom Media-Trade (2012) (Romania) (all media)
  • Zon Audiovisuais (2012) (Portugal) (all media)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Fantasy II Film Effects (miniature visual effects)
  • LOOK! Effects (visual effects)
  • Titra Film Paris (french subtitles: original version with subtitles)

Visual Effects by:

  • Colleen Bachman known as visual effects producer: LOOK! Effects
  • Manda Cheung known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects
  • Leslie Chung known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects
  • Michael Collins known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects
  • Katie Dillman known as office coordinator: Fantasy II Film Effects
  • Guy Zachary Gardner known as key set production assistant: Fantasy II Film Effects
  • John B. Gray known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects (as John Gray)
  • Phillip Hartmann known as lead model maker: Fantasy II Film Effects
  • Alexander Jacquet known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects (as Alex Jacquet)
  • Brad Kalinoski known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects
  • Mathew Krentz known as digital supervisor: LOOK Effects (as Mat Krentz)
  • Matt Kushner known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects
  • Shawn Lipowski known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects
  • Tony Magaletta known as first assistant camera: Fantasy II Film Effects
  • Craig Mathieson known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects
  • Kevin Moseley known as digital supervisor: LOOK! Effects
  • Joseph Oberle known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects
  • Uros Otasevic known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects
  • Dan Schrecker known as visual effects supervisor: LOOK! Effects
  • Greg M. Silverman known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects (as Greg Silverman)
  • David Wanger known as visual effects editor: LOOK! Effects
  • Gene Warren III known as visual effects producer: Fantasy II Film Effects
  • Gene Warren III known as visual effects supervisor: Fantasy II Film Effects
  • Christopher Lee Warren known as visual effects director of photography: Fantasy II Film Effects
  • David Zeewalk known as digital artist: LOOK! Effects
  • Steve Dellerson known as executive producer: LOOK Effects (uncredited)
  • Joseph DiValerio known as visual effects artist (uncredited)
  • Leif Einarsson known as matte painter (uncredited)
  • Nathan Hurlburt known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Eric A. Kohler known as associate visual effects producer: Hydraulx (uncredited)
  • Jeff Kryvicky known as additional graphics (uncredited)
  • Sun Lee known as senior matte painter: Hydraulx (uncredited)
  • Craig Samuels known as second assistant camera: Fantasy II Film Effects (uncredited)
  • Tom Szenher known as vfx intern (uncredited)
  • Mark Wright known as visual effects editor: Hydraulx (uncredited)

Release Date:

  • France 16 May 2012
  • France 16 May 2012 (Cannes Film Festival)
  • Switzerland 16 May 2012 (French speaking region)
  • Germany 24 May 2012
  • Switzerland 24 May 2012 (German speaking region)
  • Ireland 25 May 2012
  • Turkey 25 May 2012
  • UK 25 May 2012
  • USA 25 May 2012 (limited)
  • Belgium 30 May 2012
  • Hungary 31 May 2012
  • Israel 31 May 2012
  • Netherlands 31 May 2012
  • Canada 1 June 2012 (limited)
  • Iceland 1 June 2012
  • Sweden 6 June 2012
  • Norway 8 June 2012
  • Greece 14 June 2012
  • Spain 15 June 2012
  • Russia 21 June 2012
  • USA 29 June 2012
  • Portugal 5 July 2012
  • Czech Republic 6 July 2012 (Karlovy Vary Film Festival)
  • Singapore 2 August 2012
  • Estonia 10 August 2012
  • Lithuania 10 August 2012
  • Slovenia 15 August 2012 (limited)
  • Australia 30 August 2012
  • Hong Kong 30 August 2012
  • New Zealand 30 August 2012
  • Chile 6 September 2012
  • Denmark 13 September 2012
  • Finland 14 September 2012
  • India 21 September 2012
  • Brazil 12 October 2012
  • Argentina 18 October 2012
  • Poland 13 November 2012 (Wroclaw American Film Festival)
  • Poland 30 November 2012
  • Italy 5 December 2012
  • Mexico 7 December 2012
  • South Korea 31 January 2013
  • Japan 8 February 2013

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for sexual content and smoking



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