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Need for Speed (2014)

  • Rate: 7.3/10 total 24,401 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Crime | Drama | Thriller
  • Release Date: 14 March 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 132 min
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  • IMDb page: Need for Speed (2014)
  • Rate: 7.3/10 total 24,401 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Crime | Drama | Thriller
  • Release Date: 14 March 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 132 min
  • Filming Location: San Francisco, California, USA
  • Budget: $66,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $39,003,585 (USA) (3 April 2014)
  • Director: Scott Waugh
  • Stars: Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper, Imogen Poots | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Nathan Furst   
  • Soundtrack: Butterflies & Hurricanes
  • Sound Mix: SDDS | Datasat | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Revenge | Singing On A Helicopter | Based On Video Game | Reckless Driving | British Accent

Writing Credits By:

  • George Gatins (screenplay)
  • George Gatins (story) &
  • John Gatins (story)

Known Trivia

  • According to director Scott Waugh, the cast all took stunt driving lessons. In the scene where Toby returns to Little Pete’s crashed car, Aaron Paul repeatedly skidded 15′ short of his mark because he was afraid of hitting the director, who was filming the shot. Waugh told Paul to TRY to hit him. Waugh had someone holding his belt, and told him to pull him out of the way, but only if he was hit. Paul did the shot on the next take, coming within 2″ of hitting the camera. In one continuous take, the Koenigsegg does a 4 wheel drift right up to the camera, with a closeup of Aaron Paul’s face in the window, then Paul jumping out of the car. 155 of 158 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Executive producer Steven Spielberg was binge watching Breaking Bad and decided along with the director that Aaron Paul shouldn’t play the villain, but the lead instead. Aaron Paul said during an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live. 81 of 82 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • A majority of the car stunts in the film were done practically using car shells, with hardly any VFX used. The body shell for the Konigsegg, a $4.6 million supercar, cost roughly $300,000. 90 of 92 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The drive-in movie theater used in the film is a real, working theater. The Swan drive-in, located in Blue Ridge, Georgia, has been thriving since 1955 and is one of only four drive-ins still open and operating in Georgia. 83 of 85 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The Bugatti Veyron in the De Leon race at the end of the film is painted to look like the Veyron Super Sport World Record Edition, but is in fact a standard Veyron. One of the telltales is the roof air scoops, which sit on top of the roof on the standard Veyron (as shown in the film), whereas the Super Sport’s scoops are incorporated into the roof itself. 27 of 27 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Taylor Kitsch, Liam Hemsworth, Brenton Thwaites and Luke Bracey were considered for the lead role but in the end, Aaron Paul was cast. 63 of 71 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The Mustang featured in the movie is a 2013 Shelby GT-500 Wide Body. It has a 5.8 liter supercharged V8 producing 662 hp (not the stated 900 hp) and 631 ft/lbs of torque. The car Julia picks Tobey up in upon his release from prison is the 2015 Mustang GT Prototype. 7 of 7 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Riley Keough auditioned for the female lead but lost to Imogen Poots. 12 of 35 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • DVDs of Act of Valor (2012) and Real Steel (2011) were seen at Gas Station DVD rack, Scott Waugh co-directed Act of Valor & John Gatins co-wrote Real Steel. 1 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

Goofs: Audio/visual unsynchronized: When the Shelby Mustang is driving towards oncoming traffic, the screen shows a bus coming straight at the Mustang with its horn honking, yet you can clearly see both hands of the bus driver on the wheel.

Plot: Fresh from prison, a street racer who was framed by a wealthy business associate joins a cross country race with revenge in mind. His ex-partner, learning of the plan, places a massive bounty on his head as the race begins.  »

Story: Fresh from prison, a street racer who was framed by a wealthy business associate joins a cross country race with revenge in mind. His ex-partner, learning of the plan, places a massive bounty on his head as the race begins.


Synopsis: Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul) runs a garage in a small town in upstate New York. He and his friends build and tune performance cars.

On a racing web-radio show, DJ Monarch (Michael Keaton) explains that Tobey used to be a local racer, and competed against his main rival, Dino (Dominic Cooper). Dino has since made it big, running in Indy and other professional race series, and now runs a car dealership. Monarch speculates that Tobey was just as good as Dino, but Dino was lucky to make it to the big time.

Tobey inherited the garage from his father, but he is now having trouble making bank payments. He and his crew street race their classic muscle cars to scrape together enough for the payments.

After winning a race, they celebrate at the local drive-in. Dino shows up, driving a Mercedes SLS Gullwing. He is accompanied by his girlfriend, Anita (Dakota Johnson). She is Tobey’s former girlfriend, and the sister of Little Pete (Harrison Gilbertson), one of Tobey’s crew. They exchange some trash talk. There is much animosity between Tobey and Dino.

The next day, Dino shows up at the garage. He has the Ford Mustang that Carroll Shelby was building when he died, and is looking for the a shop to complete the work. He knows Tobey’s crew are the best for this sort of thing. He intends to sell the car once the work is done, and offers Tobey 25% of the estimated $2,000,000 selling price.

The crew try to talk Tobey out taking on the project, but Tobey needs the money.

After the work is done, the car is put up for auction at a very glitzy party. Tobey and Dino meet Julia (Imogen Poots), who is a buyer for a well-to-do Brit. She agrees to pay $3,000,000 if the car can go over 230mph, as Tobey claims. Dino is unsure, and prohibits Tobey from proving him wrong.

They agree to meet at the track the next morning, so Julia can evaluate the car.

Tobey and his crew arrive early, and Tobey is able to get the car up to 234mph. The crew speculate that Dino would never be able to get the car going as fast as Tobey. Julia and her buyer agree to purchase the car for $2.7million.

Dino is slighted, and takes Tobey and Little Pete to his father’s mansion. He challenges them to race his father’s 3 illegally imported European Koenigsegg Agera cars. If Tobey wins, he gets Dino’s 75% of the Mustang deal. If he loses, he gives up his 25%. They race from the house to a bridge over the interstate.

During the race, Little Pete gets in front of Dino, and continually blocks him from catching Tobey. Out of frustration, Dino tags Little Pete’s car, and it flips down a ravine, onto some rocks, and catches fire. Tobey races back to help (best shot in the movie), but is too late.

Dino and his car disappear, and Tobey goes to jail for manslaughter.

After 2 years, Tobey is released on parole, and immediately sets out to avenge Little Pete’s death. He is able to borrow the Shelby Mustang (with Julia) to enter a winner-take-all race organized by Monarch. They must get to somewhere in California, where the race will start in 2 days. The crew try to scare Julia out of the car with some crazy driving, but she is unfazed. One of the crew, Benny "Call me Maverick" (Scott Mescudi), flies overhead in a Cessna as a spotter, and they make their way across the country.

After a spectacular escape from the Detroit police, all state police are notified that a silver Mustang is heading west with Tobey, who has broken parole. Monarch mentions this on his web-radio show, and invites Tobey into the race; his goal is San Francisco. Dino, who is now based in San Francisco, calls the radio show and offers his Lamborghini to anyone who stops Tobey from getting to the race.

After a run-in with the police at a gas station, the Mustang is challenged in Utah by a couple of 4x4s wanting Dino’s reward. Julia is driving; she initially faces down the attackers (and terrifies Tobey) by driving straight at the Hummer, gambling that the driver has a big car to make up for his lack of balls. However, they are forced off road. They are about to be caught, when Maverick appears in an Apache army helicopter. They are able to hook a rope through the car, and he carries them off over a canyon to the Bonneville Salt Flats, where the rest of the crew are waiting. Maverick is arrested by the Military Police, but has saved the day.

They get to San Francisco just in time to register. Tobey threatens Dino, but they agree to sort things out during the race.

Heading to a hotel together, Julia and Tobey are broadsided by a truck driven by one of Dino’s employees. The car is totaled, and Julia is taken to the hospital. Unless Tobey can find a car, Little Pete’s death will not be avenged.

Anita has become aware of Dino’s tactics, and searches his computer to discover that the Koenigsegg that killed her brother is secretly being stored in a local warehouse. She meets with Tobey, and gives him the location – and her engagement ring from Dino.

The next morning, 5 exotic cars are waiting to start the race. Tobey pulls up last. Dino is spooked by seeing Tobey in his car, and further spooked when Tobey gives Dino Anita’s ring. They are off, with the California Highway Patrol in hot pursuit. One-by-one the cars crash out, mostly due to CHP attempts to stop the race. Finally, with just Dino and Tobey left, they race side-by-side along the Pacific Highway. Coming up to a corner, Dino misjudges an attempt to tag Tobey. He crashes and rolls as the car catches fire. Tobey sees the finish line ahead, but turns around to pull Dino from the flames. He takes off just as the CHP arrive. They follow him to the finish line, and block him in. Both he and Dino are arrested.

With the missing Koenigsegg found, Dino is sent to jail for Little Pete’s death. Tobey serves 6 months for street racing, and is released. Julia picks him up from jail in a new prototype Mustang.

During the credits, we see Maverick teaching the other inmates how to twerk.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Stuart M. Besser known as executive producer
  • John Gatins known as producer
  • Frank Gibeau known as executive producer
  • Tim Moore known as executive producer
  • Patrick O'Brien known as producer
  • Mark Sourian known as producer
  • Scott Waugh known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Aaron Paul known as Tobey Marshall
  • Dominic Cooper known as Dino Brewster
  • Imogen Poots known as Julia Maddon
  • Scott Mescudi known as Benny
  • Rami Malek known as Finn
  • Ramon Rodriguez known as Joe Peck
  • Harrison Gilbertson known as Little Pete
  • Dakota Johnson known as Anita
  • Stevie Ray Dallimore known as Bill Ingram
  • Michael Keaton known as Monarch
  • Alan Pflueger known as Flyin' Hawaiian
  • Brian L. Keaulana known as Right Seater
  • Logan Holladay known as 'DJ' Joseph
  • Carmela Zumbado known as Jeny 'B'
  • Jalil Jay Lynch known as Jimmy MacIntosh
  • Nick Chinlund known as Officer Lejeune
  • Chad Randall known as Big Al
  • Buddy Joe Hooker known as Detroit Cop #1
  • Rich Rutherford known as English Paul
  • Tony Brakohiapa known as The Gooch
  • Brent Fletcher known as Texas Mike
  • Paul Dallenbach known as Johnny V
  • Kanin Howell known as CHP #1
  • Michael Rose known as Investor
  • Beth Waugh known as Investor's Wife
  • E. Roger Mitchell known as Detective #1
  • Antoni Corone known as Detective #2
  • Frank Brennan known as 60 Year Old Man
  • Tara Jones known as News Anchor
  • Han Soto known as News Producer
  • Jill Jane Clements known as Older Smaller Woman
  • Rick Shuster known as CHP Pilot
  • John Gatins known as Air Force Pilot
  • Kerry Gatins known as Teenage Waitress
  • Adora Dei known as Female EMT
  • Charles Black known as Preacher
  • Tierre Turner known as Detroit Cop #2
  • Michael C. Smith known as CHP #2
  • Tim Gilbert known as CHP #3
  • Mike Massa known as CHP #4
  • John Meier known as CHP #5
  • Thomas Rosales Jr. known as Valet
  • Jacki Hill known as Jacki
  • Chloe Warren known as Girl at the Bar
  • Chelsea Small known as Drive-In Fan
  • Chillie Mo known as Darrel
  • Jaden Alexander known as Hotel Guest (uncredited)
  • Kaily Alissano known as (uncredited)
  • Evan D Anderson known as Office Employee (uncredited)
  • Libby Blanton known as San Fran Girl (uncredited)
  • Becky Boyd known as Funeral Attendee (uncredited)
  • Cabran E. Chamberlain known as Onlooker (uncredited)
  • Dennis Doyle Jr. known as Businessman (uncredited)
  • Micky Francis known as Club Patron (uncredited)
  • Fred Galle known as Car Buyer VIP (uncredited)
  • Pam German known as Business Women (uncredited)
  • William Grammer known as N.Y. Pit Crew (uncredited)
  • Anthony B. Harris known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Mary Ellen Itson known as Family Member at Funeral (uncredited)
  • James Jerome known as Business Man / Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Scott Ledbetter known as Prison Guard (uncredited)
  • Sir Maejor known as Leigh Dennis – Inmate (uncredited)
  • Ralph H. Meyer known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Rick Mischke known as Hotel Patron (uncredited)
  • Mahal Montoya known as SF City Girl (uncredited)
  • Demetrice Nguyen known as (uncredited)
  • Biff O'Hara known as Driver #1 (uncredited)
  • Ozzy Ojito known as VIP New York Party (uncredited)
  • Diezel Ramos known as Onlooker (uncredited)
  • Jae Shawl known as Office Guy (uncredited)
  • Jeff Trink known as Art Gallery Patron (uncredited)
  • Josh Turner known as Inmate (uncredited)
  • Lee Vang known as Street Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Steven Wiig known as (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Randi Owens Arroyo known as makeup artist
  • Tarra D. Day known as makeup department head
  • Camille Henderson known as key makeup artist
  • Angela Maldone known as makeup artist
  • Valerie Patterson known as makeup artist
  • Dionne Pitsikoulis known as makeup artist
  • Jennifer Santiago known as key hair stylist
  • Toby Sells known as makeup artist
  • Geordie Sheffer known as hair department head
  • Kerrie Smith known as hair designer: Imogen Poots

Art Department:

  • Brent Astrope known as construction coordinator: Utah
  • Mike Barnard known as set dresser: Mendocino/San Francisco (as Michael K. Barnard)
  • Derek Berk known as set dresser: Detroit
  • Heather Bowers known as on-set dresser
  • Dann Brauckmann known as set dresser
  • Sean Britts known as set dresser
  • Richard K. Buoen known as storyboard artist
  • Jason Byers known as lead scenic artist: California
  • Sam Carter known as set dresser
  • Shelby Davis known as set dresser
  • Erick Donaldson known as assistant props: Detroit
  • Warren Drummond known as storyboard artist
  • Faith Farrell known as gang boss painter
  • Seth Gardner known as propmaker
  • Michael E. Goldman known as art director: Northern California
  • Ron Hammond known as art department assistant
  • Joe A. Hawthorne known as scenic charge
  • Mike Helbig known as set dresser: Mendocino/San Francisco
  • Jason Hoobyar known as set dresser: Northern California
  • Mark Kwiatkowski known as leadman: Detroit
  • Alphonse A. Lambert Jr. known as carpenter
  • Amy Lehman known as set decoration coordinator
  • Eliot Levin known as props
  • Stacie McKinnon known as art department coordinator
  • Edward J. McNicoll known as greensman foreman: Northern California
  • John Micheletos known as leadman: Mendocino/San Francisco
  • Thomas Minton known as set designer
  • Katy Moore-Kozachik known as scenic painter
  • Swift Moseley known as greens coordinator: Georgia
  • Mark Nave known as welding gangboss
  • Javed Noorullah known as buyer
  • John Risso known as paint supervisor: re-shoot
  • Layne Robinson known as utah foreman
  • Mark Sejnowski known as greens
  • Heath L. Sewell known as scenic painter
  • James Shefik known as scenic foreman: Northern California
  • Carl F. Shuffett known as greensman
  • Shea Soutar known as stand by painter
  • Cordell Taylor known as greensman
  • William Thoms known as prop maker gang boss
  • Willie Thoms known as prop maker gang boss
  • Greg Waddle known as stand-by greens
  • Michael A. Watt known as set dresser: Detroit
  • Richard Blake Wester known as set dressing gang boss
  • Doug E. Williams known as construction coordinator: Northern California
  • Douglas Womack known as construction coordinator
  • Mark Woods known as lead man
  • Lisa Yeiser known as graphic designer
  • Michael Zambiski known as greens foreman: Detroit




Production Companies:

  • DreamWorks SKG (presents) (as DreamWorks Pictures)
  • Reliance Entertainment (presents)
  • Electronic Arts
  • Bandito Brothers

Other Companies:

  • AIRWare Technology  data delivery
  • Atlanta Production Services  restrooms
  • BT Industrial Supply  expendables
  • Bertone Visuals  camera equipment provided by
  • Bertone Visuals  digital acquisition systems
  • Bertone Visuals  digital color correction
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Codex Digital  digital recording equipment
  • DTC Grip & Electric  grip and lighting equipment
  • De Lane Lea  ADR recording
  • Deluxe Digital Cinema  post-production (Domestic Digital Cinema Distribution)
  • Filmtools  expendables
  • Hollywood Camera  additional camera equipment
  • Hollywood Trucks  entertainment transportation
  • Intelligent Media  international monitoring agency (uncredited)
  • KU Connection  casting
  • Lightnin' Production Rentals  transportation equipment
  • Radiant Images  camera equipment provided by
  • Sky Media Travel  travel agent
  • Transportation Resources  transportation equipment
  • Varèse Sarabande  score album


  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Constantin Film (2014) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Constantin-Filmverleih (2014) (Austria) (theatrical)
  • Entertainment One Benelux (2014) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Entertainment One (2014) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Metropolitan Filmexport (2014) (France) (theatrical)
  • Odeon (2014) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Pro Video Film & Distribution Kft. (2014) (Hungary) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Hong Kong) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Sony Pictures Releasing (WDSSPR) (2014) (Russia) (theatrical)
  • DeA Planeta Home Entertainment (2014) (Spain) (all media)
  • Entertainment One (2014) (UK) (DVD)
  • Entertainment One (2014) (UK) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Touchstone Pictures (2014) (USA) (all media)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2014) (USA) (DVD)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2014) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Zon Audiovisuais (2014) (Portugal) (all media)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Atomic Fiction

Visual Effects by:

  • Michael Amato known as stereoscopic artist
  • Michael Anders known as stereo production supervisor
  • Ian Armstrong known as stereoscopic depth artist
  • Kevin Baillie known as visual effects supervisor
  • Tricia Barrett known as digital compositor
  • Mark Battle known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Brian Battles known as visual effects artist
  • Ryan Bauer known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Brian N. Bentley known as roto, paint, comp artist
  • Brian N. Bentley known as stereo compositor
  • Sourajit Bhattacharya known as Stereo Compositor
  • Lalit Bhavsar known as render wrangler
  • Lalit Bhavsar known as render wrangler: Stereo D
  • Khandu Bidkar known as digital artist
  • Brandon Blevins known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Daniela Cabrera known as stereo compositor
  • Jay Caguioa known as stereo compositor
  • Tasha Carlson known as depth artist
  • Carly Cerquone known as visual effects artist
  • Kamlesh Chalkar known as render wrangler: Stereo D
  • Jae Young Chang known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Sham Chavan known as digital artist
  • Tagui Chilyan known as stereo production coordinator: Stereo D
  • Bradley Chowning known as stereoscopic depth artist
  • Graham D. Clark known as head of stereography: Stereo D
  • Jimi Clark known as depth artist
  • Darrell Claunch known as stereoscopic compositor
  • James Clowater known as stereo artist: Stereo D
  • Matt Cordero known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Maurice Cox known as senior stereoscopic compositor
  • David Crane known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Peter Cromwell known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Sarah Davis known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Sudheer Devadiga known as digital artist
  • Rustin Devendorf known as stereoscopic technical assistant: Stereo D
  • Gus Djuro known as senior stereoscopic compositor
  • Julianne Dome known as visual effects artist
  • Mayur Duchakke known as render wrangler: Stereo D
  • Aaron Eaton known as visual effects artist
  • Matt Eaton known as visual effects artist
  • Reza Fakharieh known as Compositor/ Final Artist
  • Victor Manuel Fernandez known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Jason Funk known as visual effects artist
  • Maximilian Funke known as visual effects artist
  • Andrew Furlong known as visual effects artist
  • Harshad Prakash Gaikwad known as digital artist
  • Sarang Gangapurkar known as digital artist
  • Annemarie Gereis known as visual effects artist
  • Arijit Ghose known as digital artist
  • Matthew E. Gill known as stereoscopic production coordinator: Stereo D
  • Clarke Godwin known as senior stereoscopic compositor
  • Rishabh Gondane known as digital artist
  • Sam j Green known as systems administration : Stereo D
  • Roopesh Gujar known as executive producer: visual effects
  • Ashok Gunjal known as digital artist
  • Katie Hamberger known as visual effects artist
  • William F. Hamilton known as systems administrator
  • Derek Hanson known as stereo compositor
  • Alec Hart known as lead visual effects data wrangler
  • Dustin Hayes known as stereoscopic artist
  • Mike F. Hedayati known as stereoscopic supervisor
  • Alex Heffner known as visual effects artist
  • Bryan M. Higgins known as tracking supervisor
  • Mahesh Ingle known as visual effects coordinator
  • Laura Jackloski known as production coordinator
  • Srinivas Janapati known as finaling coordinator
  • Helen Jen known as stereo coordinator
  • Tim Johnson known as Department Manager: StereoD
  • Soyeon Jung known as stereo compositor
  • Corey Just known as stereoscopic depth artist
  • Aleks Justesen known as visual effects artist
  • Anil Kale known as matchmove
  • Vikram Kale known as compositor
  • Lalit Singh Kanyal known as digital artist
  • Ryan Keely known as digital compositor
  • Ian Kelly known as stereoscopic roto lead
  • Jenny Kennedy known as visual effects artist
  • Imran Khan known as digital compositor
  • Jin Yong Kim known as matchmove artist
  • Joshua Knobel known as compositor
  • Hemanth Reddy Kovvuri known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Nitesh Kumar known as second lead rotoscopy: Stereo D
  • Swati Kumbhar known as digital artist
  • Woei Lee known as compositing supervisor: Atomic Fiction
  • Stephen Lefebvre known as visual effects artist
  • Seth Lickiss known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Mark Lipsmeyer known as camera / matchmove artist
  • Alexander Madsen known as depth artist
  • Alexander Madsen known as depth artist: Stereo D
  • Ravi Mahapatro known as Finaling Manager: Stereo D
  • Pravin Mahtani known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Carson Majors known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Yael Majors known as stereoscopic artist
  • David Maldonado known as lead stereoscopic depth artist: STEREO D
  • Charana Mapatuna known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D LLC
  • Pavan Maradia known as Pipeline Technical Assistant, StereoD
  • Amit Marshal known as digital artist
  • Tony Martin known as stereoscopic depth artist
  • Emily Mason known as stereoscopic assistant editor
  • Russell McCoy known as stereo compositing supervisor
  • Steve McLafferty known as matchmove artist
  • Karolis Mikalauskas known as depth artist
  • Michael Milano known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Ariana Miller known as depth artist
  • Abhishek More known as senior visual effects producer
  • Stephen Morton known as visual effects artist
  • Sumit Mukherjee known as digital artist
  • Naren Naidoo known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Leon Nowlin known as visual effects artist
  • Daniel O'Shaughnessy known as stereoscopic lead
  • Raphael Oseguera known as lead roto artist
  • Aaron Parry known as Stereo Executive Producer: Stereo D
  • Dana Passarella known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Lyndsey Pendley known as stereoscopic paint artist
  • Bailey Rae Phillips known as stereo visual effects coordinator
  • Siobhan Prior known as visual effects editor
  • Derek N. Prusak known as stereoscopic editorial supervisor
  • Melissa Quintas known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Sabeed Rahiman known as digital artist
  • Komal Rajput known as matchmove
  • R Rakesh known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Mick Reid known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Gerard Retulla known as visual effects artist
  • Agustin Rios known as visual effects
  • Nathaniel Rodriguez known as stereo compositor
  • Katherine Rodtsbrooks known as vfx
  • Mohit Salunke known as digital compositor
  • Dylan Sanchez known as visual effects
  • Dipankar Sarkar known as visual effects coordinator
  • Vinod Sathe known as lead compositor
  • Brian Schultz known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Lily Shapiro known as visual effects producer
  • Shailesh Shegawkar known as render wrangler: Stereo D
  • Adnan Siddique known as stereoscopic roto lead
  • Dane Allan Smith known as visual effects consultant
  • Joshua Taylor Sprinkling known as visual effects artist
  • Jenna Sunde known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Takashi Takeoka known as visual effects artist
  • Ravindra Tamhankar known as digital compositor
  • Umesh Tawade known as digital artist
  • Brandon Taylor known as compositor
  • Eric Timm known as stereoscopic artist
  • Khuong Tran known as stereo compositor: Stereo D
  • John Trotter known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Ervin Tuazon known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Juvenal Vique known as paint artist: Stereo D
  • Ashraf Vk known as digital artist
  • Pablo Wang known as stereo compositor
  • Jeffrey Warnhoff known as stereo compositor
  • Natsuko Watanabe known as finaling compositor: Stereo D LLC
  • Wesley Welcomer known as stereoscopic artist
  • Kelly Wescott known as depth lead: Stereo D
  • Stephanie Woo known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Marvin Yanez known as stereoscopic roto lead
  • Sean Amlaner known as senior compositor: Lumeni Productions (uncredited)
  • Jason Arrieta known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Aidan Fraser known as digital artist (uncredited)
  • Josh Handley known as compositor: Stereo D (uncredited)

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for sequences of reckless street racing, disturbing crash scenes, nudity and crude language



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