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Red Dawn (2012)

  • Rate: 5.5/10 total 9,001 votes 
  • Genre: Action
  • Release Date: 21 November 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: 93 min
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  • IMDb page: Red Dawn (2012)
  • Rate: 5.5/10 total 9,001 votes 
  • Genre: Action
  • Release Date: 21 November 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: 93 min
  • Filming Location: Raleigh Michigan Studios- 1999 Centerpoint Parkway, Pontiac, Michigan, USA
  • Budget: $65,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $40,904,305(USA)(16 December 2012)
  • Director: Dan Bradley
  • Stars: Chris Hemsworth, Isabel Lucas and Josh Hutcherson|See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: Ramin Djawadi   
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | Datasat | SDDS
  • Plot Keyword: Teenager | Soldier | Invasion | North Korean | Shootout

Writing Credits By:

  • Carl Ellsworth (screenplay) and
  • Jeremy Passmore (screenplay)
  • Kevin Reynolds (1984 screenplay) and
  • John Milius (1984 screenplay)
  • Kevin Reynolds (story)

Known Trivia

  • Chris Hemsworth and Isabel Lucas were both in the Australian soap opera “Home and Away” and dated in real life.
  • The invading army in the original 1984 movie was the Soviet Union, which no longer exists, and Cuba. Korea was chosen as the enemy in this updated version.
  • Shot and completed in 2009.
  • The invading army was originally Chinese but changed to North Koreans to maintain access for international release.
  • Originally scheduled to be released on November 24, 2010, the film was shelved due to MGM’s financial troubles. While in post-production, the invading army was changed from Chinese to North Korean in order to maintain access to China’s box office.
  • The movie was filmed in mid 2010, right after Chris Hemsworth finished filming Thor, so that it could be released in summer 2011. However, after it was announced that Hemsworth had been cast in The Avengers, it was decided to postpone the release of this film in order to capitalize on the exposure he would get from the Avengers; with the hope of bigger box office numbers.

Goofs: Continuity: As Robert Kitner (

Plot: A group of teenagers look to save their town from an invasion of North Korean soldiers.  »

Story: A group of teenagers look to save their town from an invasion of North Korean soldiers.


Synopsis: In the opening shots, there is a montage of news reports and politicians speeches about North Korea, interlaid with the opening credits and finally, the title of the movie itself appears on the screen.

Spokane, Washington. There is a high school football game where Matt Eckert’s (Josh Peck) team loses because he gets cocky and keeps trying to run the ball in, even though he should be making more passes as the quarterback, like the coach tells him to.

After the game, he gets picked up by his girlfriend, Erica (Isabel Lucas), who’s one of the cheerleaders in the school, and they go off to a party that night. At the party, the power suddenly goes out, but not knowing the circumstances of it, the teenagers continue to party, cheering loudly.

Back at the Eckert house, Tom (Brett Cullen) tells his returned son Jed (Chris Hemsworth) that he can’t find the extra mattress, to which Jed replies that he could simply sleep on the couch. Matt arrives home and asks his dad whether he saw the game, to which he proudly replies that the team is lucky to have him regardless of the outcome. Tom is a police officer within Spokane and he needs to leave in order to investigate the power outage. Matt walks up the porch, sees Jed, and walks into the house without saying a word to him.

The next morning, Matt and Jed wake up to the rumbling sounds around them. Items around their house start to fall over, and they run outside to find out whats going on. They look up and see dozens of large aircraft with soldiers parachuting from them. One plane gets shot down by a ground-to-air missile and crashes into a nearby house.

The brothers get into their pickup truck and drive off to find their dad, who meets them along the way as he was driving towards them as well to regroup. They follow him towards the direction of the town outskirts as a descending paratrooper fires at them, but the Eckerts manage to run him over. Tom tells his sons to drive away to their cabin in the mountains for safety as he stays behind to help the rest of the townspeople. Reluctant at first, they soon comply and speed off.

We get our first detailed glimpses of the invading troops and realize they are North Koreans as they wear the symbol of the North Korean military. The Eckert brothers are pursued by other North Korean military vehicles that spot them as they try to save Erica before she is captured, but it is too late. Reversing direction, they manage to pick up a few more people, including schoolmates Robert (Josh Hutcherson) and Daryl (Connor Cruise), as some other escapees follow them in another car. They get to the cabin and try to compile as many supplies as they can. At night, they see a vehicle driving by, and Jed takes point with a rifle in case its a hostile. It turns out to be a non-military vehicle, but Pete (Steve Lenz) fires a wild shot at it with a handgun he found earlier, almost hitting Jed in the process. Jed orders him to hand the weapon over, but Pete refuses, so Jed takes it by force.

The following morning, they find out Pete left with all their food, so they gather what they can and leave the cabin. They scout around, but hear some sounds and see that a North Korean officer named Captain Cho (Will Yun Lee) is at their cabin with some soldiers and uses Tom and Daryl’s fathers as bait to draw them out from the woods. Pete had betrayed them and gave away their location. Although Daryl’s father is more compliant, Tom tells his sons through the megaphone to kill the bastard, pointing at Cho, and is shot by him as the soldiers burn down the cabin.

After a moment of mourning, Jed gives a speech about how this is their home, and the group decides to sow chaos among the invaders with guerrilla tactics, and learn how to operate the various weapons they could gather.

On their first raid, Toni (Adrianne Palicki) is sent as bait. She approaches a checkpoint and suddenly turns to run away, prompting several soldiers to chase her around a corner where she immediately ducks as the rest of the group rise from their cover and shoot down the soldiers. They then strip all their weapons and gear to take with them back to their new makeshift base in the woods.

Over the course of the next few days, they cause more chaos among the invaders by using stolen C4 and other explosives to blow up various military checkpoints, and outright shooting down other ground soldiers from rooftops with their captured small arms. They exclaim themselves to be the Wolverines, based on their school mascot, and the word spreads, causing others to rise up against their invaders.

At one outdoor public gathering where North Korean officials are speaking to the remaining people of the town, along with collaborators (Americans who have chosen to work with the invaders to spare their own lives) and a few allied Chinese and Russian military personnel, the Wolverines are preparing to take them out with live fire and explosives. However, Matt sees Erica, who is a prisoner at this point, being transported away in a school bus and sets off the explosions early. He is able to free her, and they escape within the chaos, but one of the other Wolverines is gunned down.

Jed is angry at Matt for disobeying and risking all their lives. Matt runs off, but after a few days, Jed goes to have a brotherly talk with Matt, where Matt accuses Jed of disappearing for six years when their mother died, leaving him and his father who too out his frustration by physically beating Matt. Jed admits he was wrong to do so since he was emotionally lost and needed to find himself, but that he needs him now, and they eventually reconcile and return to the group.

Meanwhile in Spokane, a high-ranking North Korean military officer barges into Cho’s office, furious at him for being unable to stop the Wolverines, but Cho says he has a plan.

As the Wolverines rest up in their hideout, their shelter is suddenly destroyed when enemy jets bomb a large area of the woods. Two more are killed, and they go on the run. Only Matt, Jed, Toni, Erica, Robert, and Daryl are left. In the woods, they meet three American military personnel, led by Tanner (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), who coincidentally have been looking for the Wolverines.

Over a campfire, they realize that both groups had independently come up with the conclusion that the briefcase that Cho always carries with him is crucial to the invaders and must be captured. They go ahead with a raid on the local police station which the enemy personnel within the district have utilized as their base and manage to take down many of the soldiers. As Daryl is running away, he is caught and stabbed by some enemy Russian associates, but manages to escape. Meanwhile, Jed fights Cho, and they eventually end up in his fathers office inside the station. Cho gets the upper hand as Jed ducks under his father’s desk, but he pulls out a gun from a hidden compartment to shoot Cho in the legs, causing him to collapse. Jed then finishes off Cho. Matt manages to retrieve the dropped briefcase from a fallen soldier, and he rejoins Jed to make a run for it.

They get away and hide out in a broken down house somewhere for shelter. Jed is proud of Matt, stating that he was never good at giving props to his brother, but that he deserved it this time. He gives his brother a beer, to which Matt replies it would be his first one, and they laugh. Jed then gets up to walk over to Toni, who is smiling at him in the hallway with another beer in hand, when he is suddenly shot and killed. The invaders had found their location and begin firing upon them. Matt yells for everyone to get out, and they manage to do so, getting into a car and speeding off.

They stop briefly in the woods to rethink their situation, and figure out that the enemy soldiers were able to find them because of a tracking device that has been embedded in Daryl’s side. During the earlier battle, the Russians had actually embedded a tracker into him and allowed him to escape so that he would lead them straight to the rest of the group. Knowing it can’t be removed, Daryl decides to stay behind with only a rifle as the others drive off.

The next scene shows other American military personnel and the four remaining Wolverines in a field as they load the briefcase onto a helicopter and prepare to take off. Tanner offers the surviving Wolverines the chance to go with them, away from the battle zone, but Matt refuses. The Wolverines decide to stay.

The final scene shows Matt atop a car, giving the same speech his brother gave to them near the beginning to more individuals wanting to fight against the invaders. That night, they storm the detention center where the invaders are keeping prisoners. The Wolverines attack with heavily armed jeeps and vehicles as people start shouting the name, and the last shot shows many of the resistance running forward with an American flag fluttering in the wind among them.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Beau Flynn known as producer
  • Kevin Halloran known as executive producer
  • Vincent Newman known as executive producer
  • John Swallow known as co-producer
  • Tripp Vinson known as producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Chris Hemsworth known as Jed Eckert
  • Josh Peck known as Matt Eckert
  • Josh Hutcherson known as Robert Kitner
  • Adrianne Palicki known as Toni Walsh
  • Isabel Lucas known as Erica Martin
  • Connor Cruise known as Daryl Jenkins
  • Edwin Hodge known as Danny
  • Brett Cullen known as Tom Eckert
  • Alyssa Diaz known as Julie
  • Julian Alcaraz known as Greg
  • Will Yun Lee known as Captain Cho
  • Jeffrey Dean Morgan known as Tanner
  • Fernando Chien known as Lt. Pak
  • Kenneth Choi known as Smith
  • Matt Gerald known as Hodges
  • Michael A. Knight known as Colonel Ivanov
  • Steve Lenz known as Pete
  • Noah Smith known as Joe
  • Michael Beach known as Mayor Jenkins
  • Lucas Kerr known as #53 / Razner
  • Linda Boston known as Older Woman
  • Nicholas Yu known as Korean Delegate
  • Spencer Strong Smith known as Jim
  • Rusty Mewha known as Brian
  • Brian D. Thibault known as Cashier
  • Mark Schlereth known as Coach Dolen
  • Dan Lewis known as News Anchor
  • Choua Kue known as Female Soldier
  • Sam Looc known as Driver / Soldier
  • Zachary Schafer known as Officer
  • Steven Chan known as Korean Official
  • Dwight Sora known as Drunk Officer
  • Cindy Chu known as Female Clerk
  • Matthew Yang King known as Korean Soldier
  • Boyuen known as Korean General
  • Arnold Agee known as Chinese Army Collaborator (uncredited)
  • Mike Ancrile known as Refugee / Homeless Person (uncredited)
  • Vincent Angelini known as Bartender (uncredited)
  • Josh August known as Wolverine Football Fan / Sandwich Artist (uncredited)
  • Michael Babbish known as Doyle (uncredited)
  • Bernadette Balagtas known as Government Speaker (uncredited)
  • JB Blanc known as Newscaster (voice) (uncredited)
  • Richard 'Rick' Bobier known as Homeless Street Person (uncredited)
  • Scott Boeneman known as Homeowner (uncredited)
  • Ewan Bourne known as Man in Window (uncredited)
  • Ron Causey known as Homeless Townsperson (uncredited)
  • John P. Chittick known as Check-point Smuggler (uncredited)
  • Kenny Clark known as Crowd Spectator (uncredited)
  • Will Clarke known as Civilian / Refugee Crowd Spectator (uncredited)
  • Kelly Dettmer known as Civillian (uncredited)
  • David Scott Diaz known as Civilian (uncredited)
  • Sabrina Dungan known as Titan Cheerleader (uncredited)
  • P.J. Edwards known as New Recruit (uncredited)
  • Jacquelyn Evola known as Daughter #1 (uncredited)
  • Bill Finn known as Homeless Man (uncredited)
  • Jacqueline Forton known as Refugee / Homeless Person (uncredited)
  • Steven Hauptman known as POW / Football Fan / Homeless Person (uncredited)
  • Robert Herrick known as Friend #4 (uncredited)
  • Eric Ian known as (uncredited)
  • Kelly Jennings known as Erica's Mother (uncredited)
  • Demi Kazanis known as Football Player's Mother (uncredited)
  • Giles Key known as Townsperson (uncredited)
  • Dave Kilgore known as Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Ellen Kimmel known as Chinese Collaborator (uncredited)
  • Doug Kolbicz known as Wolverines Fan (uncredited)
  • Kimberly Koltyk known as Refugee (uncredited)
  • Chris Kotcher known as New Recruit (uncredited)
  • Robert Laenen known as Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Chameria Law known as Chinese Collaborator (uncredited)
  • David Law known as Teen Collaborator #1 (uncredited)
  • Diane M. Leach known as Civilian / Refugee (uncredited)
  • Lawrence Leach known as Civilian / Refugee (uncredited)
  • Jason W. Lee known as Chinese Soldier (uncredited)
  • Vong Lee known as Chinese Soldier (uncredited)
  • Bill Lumbert known as Refugee (uncredited)
  • Melissa Marra known as Townsperson / Homeless Person (uncredited)
  • Samuel Meadows known as Chinese Soldier (uncredited)
  • Ralph H. Meyer known as Refugee (uncredited)
  • Misty Mills known as Refugee (uncredited)
  • Tiffany Osborne known as Civillian (uncredited)
  • Stephen Oyoung known as Paratrooper 2 (uncredited)
  • Ho-Sung Pak known as Chinese Soldier (uncredited)
  • Matt Philliben known as Backstrat #41 (uncredited)
  • Ralph A. Recchia known as Neighbor (uncredited)
  • Mark Rothman known as Townsperson (uncredited)
  • Daryl M. Simpson known as Civilian (uncredited)
  • Tiffany Stone known as Bar Hottie (uncredited)
  • Regina Taufen known as Voice Actor (uncredited)
  • Johnny Truong known as Chinese Delegate / Official (uncredited)
  • Eric Tuchelske known as Titan Booster (uncredited)
  • Brett VanDunk known as Civilian (uncredited)
  • Johnathon VanDusen known as Refugee / Homeless Person (uncredited)
  • Lee Vang known as Chinese Soldier (uncredited)
  • Dave Weasel known as Pvt. Wade Tucker (uncredited)
  • Amanda Wright known as Bar Girl (uncredited)
  • Li Xing known as Chinese Soldier (uncredited)
  • Gowhnou Yang known as Female Chinese Soldier (uncredited)
  • Albert Yao known as Chinese Soldier (uncredited)
  • Ron Yuan known as The Clerk (uncredited)
  • Courtney Zimmer known as Titans Cheerleader (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Lynn Barber known as key makeup artist
  • Clifton Chippewa known as hair stylist
  • Amber Crowe known as additional makeup artist
  • Melissa Forney known as key hair stylist
  • Louise Holoday known as local key makeup artist
  • Kimberly Jones known as additional makeup artist
  • Kimberley Kirkpatrick known as third makeup artist
  • Marie Larkin known as co-key hair stylist
  • Jayne Laube known as makeup artist
  • Dennis Liddiard known as makeup department head
  • Medusah known as department head hair
  • Bree Shea known as assistant makeup artist

Art Department:

  • Justin Ayers known as propmaker
  • K.C. Bartos known as prop maker
  • Michael C. Biddle known as digital set designer
  • Kurt Braun known as set dresser
  • David Brayman known as propmaker
  • Rick Chavez known as assistant property master
  • William A. Elliott known as production designer: additional photography (as William Elliott)
  • Kathy Fennessy known as assistant property master
  • Joanne Froh known as clearances coordinator/product placement
  • Robert Hale known as paint supervisor
  • David Harris known as greens coordinator
  • Kemper Harris known as set dresser
  • Ryan Heck known as set designer
  • Jason Helton known as sculptor
  • Jourdan Henderson known as art department coordinator
  • Al Hobbs known as set designer
  • Judith Ivanyi known as set painter
  • Patrick Janicke known as illustrator
  • Kate J. Kogelman known as painter foreman
  • Robert Lucas known as leadman: reshoots
  • Lori Marks known as painter foreman
  • Quentin Matthys known as gang boss
  • Keith Allan Miller known as set dresser
  • Aaron Mohr known as carpenter
  • Carl Nunez known as greensman
  • Peter Oktavec known as painter
  • Andrew Petrotta known as property master
  • Rick Radomski known as art department assistant
  • Jessica Ripka known as set decoration coordinator
  • Sharon Roggio known as property
  • John J. Rutchland III known as construction coordinator
  • Mark Sanger known as on-set dresser
  • Scott Schutzki known as set dresser
  • Julie Smith known as assistant set decorator
  • David Soukup known as art department assistant
  • Tom Sparkman known as signwriter
  • Kenneth Stanley known as carpenter
  • Scott Troha known as leadman
  • Jim Warren known as set decoration buyer
  • Michael Zambiski known as on-set greensman




Production Companies:

  • Contrafilm
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
  • Vincent Newman Entertainment

Other Companies:

  •  military and tactical equipment
  • 360 Communication Rentals  walkies and cell phones
  • Armytrucks  military vehicles
  • BT Industrial Supply  expendables
  • Behind the Scenes Freight  shipping by
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Company 3  digital intermediate
  • David Haddad  transportation equipment
  • Direct Tools & Fasteners  expendables
  • EMS Payroll  extras payroll
  • Film Finances  completion guarantor
  • Fisher Technical Services Rentals  camera & performer flying system
  • Framepool  stock footage
  • Gallagher Entertainment  insurance (uncredited)
  • Haddad's  transportation equipment
  • Hollywood-DI  HD screening services
  • Line 3500 Studio Rentals  transportation
  • Mid America Cine Support  grip and lighting equipment
  • Movie Movers  cast trailers
  • Movie Movers  hair and make-up trailers
  • Movie Movers  office trailers
  • Movie Movers  star trailers
  • Movie Movers  transportation
  • PIC Agency  opening prologue sequence
  • Panavision Remote Systems  Supertechno Cranes
  • Paskal Lighting  grip and lighting equipment
  • Paws for Effect  animals provided by
  • Reel Action FX  props
  • Road Rebel  production travel
  • Schellenberg & Evers  Michigan tax & audit professionals
  • Sony Masterworks  soundtrack
  • Soundelux  post-production sound services
  • Stubz Enterprises  trailers
  • Tactical Media  military advisors (combat trainers)
  • Todd-AO Studios  post-production sound services
  • Transportation Resources  transportation equipment
  • Unicredit, HVB Media Group  financial participation


  • Alliance Films (2012) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Concorde Filmverleih (2012) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Diamond Films (2013) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • FilmDistrict (2012) (USA) (theatrical) (all media)
  • Golden Village Pictures (2012) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Imperial – Cinepix (2011) (Poland) (theatrical)
  • MVP Entertainment (2012) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Zon Lusomundo Audiovisuais (2012) (Portugal) (theatrical)
  • Mongkol Major (2011) (Thailand) (all media)
  • Noori Pictures (2011) (South Korea) (all media)
  • Paris Filmes (2011) (Brazil) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2012) (India) (all media)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • CIS Hollywood (visual effects)
  • CIS Vancouver (visual effects)
  • Kerner Optical (action miniatures) (as Kerner Studio)
  • Perpetual Motion Pictures (visual effects)
  • Rhythm and Hues

Visual Effects by:

  • David Wallace Allen known as visual effects supervisor: TeamWorks Digital
  • Steven Allen known as roto artist: TeamWorks Digital
  • Mike Borgstrom known as visual effects artist
  • Charles Bunnag known as digital artist
  • Alessandra Carlino known as visual effects editor: CIS Hollywood
  • Michael Catalano known as visual effects grip: Kerner Optical
  • Vanessa Cheung known as digital matte painter
  • Sandesh Chonkar known as modeler: Rhythm & Hues, India
  • Ian Chriss known as visual effects key grip: Kerner Optical
  • Daniel Aristoteles Collins known as systems/operations: Rhythm & Hues
  • Craig Crawford known as digital compositor: TeamWorks Digital
  • Ayse Dedeoglu known as visual effects production manager: Kerner Optical (as Ayse Arkali)
  • Vincent DeLay known as character rigger: CSI Hollywood
  • Bernie Demolski known as visual effects gaffer: Kerner Optical
  • Ben Dishart known as Texture Lead: CIS Hollywood
  • Georg Duemlein known as crowd technical director
  • Patricia Rose Duignan known as visual effects executive producer: Kerner Optical
  • Leif Einarsson known as previs artist
  • Christian Emond known as digital effects artist
  • Timothy Eulich known as motion capture performer
  • Peter Fiala known as visual effects artist
  • Michael Sean Foley known as cg supervisor
  • Dan Foster known as visual effects producer
  • Mathias Frodin known as digital compositor
  • Jack Fulmer known as look development supervisor
  • Dawn Gates known as paint/roto artist: CIS
  • Mikael Genachte-Lebail known as digital matte painter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Alex Gitler known as lead compositor
  • Mikyoung Hahm known as compositor
  • Geoffrey Hancock known as visual effects supervisor
  • Michael S. Harbour known as compositing supervisor
  • Anthony Harris known as color supervisor
  • Drew Harrison known as texture painter
  • Joe Henke known as CG supervisor: CIS Hollywood
  • Phil Holland known as digital imaging specialist
  • Angie Howard known as visual effects production manager
  • Peter Hunt known as visual effects: CIS Vancouver
  • Fredrik Höglin known as compositor
  • Abhishek Joshi known as cg artist
  • Kenneth 'Spike' Kirkland known as visual effects best boy grip: Kerner Optical
  • Sudheesh Kk known as rotoscopy artist
  • Thomas Kuo known as digital film scanner
  • James Kuroda known as senior digital compositor: CIS Hollywood
  • Michael La Fave known as visual effects: CIS Hollywood
  • David Lamps known as render i/o coordinator
  • Justin Lewers known as models and texture
  • Reilly Lohr known as texture painter
  • Richard Malzahn known as visual effects supervisor
  • Dan Mayer known as visual effects
  • Tom McHattie known as digital compositor
  • Harry Moreau known as visual effects artist
  • Nancy Mott known as executive visual effects producer: CIS Vancouver
  • Spencer Mulcahy known as visual effects best boy electric: Kerner Optical
  • Julia Neighly known as digital producer: CIS Hollywood (as Julia Gaudette)
  • Paul Newberry known as animator sr
  • Chris Nichols known as character artist
  • Blake Nickle known as CG production manager
  • James P. Noon known as head of tracking
  • Onesimus Nuernberger known as matte painter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Aaron Peak known as scratch operator
  • Jared Pecht known as digital film scanner
  • Christine Petrov known as head of 2d: CIS Vancouver
  • Chi Pham known as visual effects systems administrator
  • Liz Ralston known as visual effects producer
  • Ollie Rankin known as digital effects supervisor
  • Taylor W. Rockwell known as visual effects coordinator: CIS Hollywood
  • Sean Rowe known as digital film scanner
  • Brett Rutland known as animator
  • Rasha Shalaby known as digital compositor
  • Rasha Shalaby known as digital texture painter
  • Drew Shields known as CG artist: CIS Vancouver
  • Brad Smith known as render i/o administrator
  • Sharmishtha Sohoni known as visual effects: CIS Hollywood
  • Pat Sweeney known as miniature director of photography: Kerner Studio (as Patrick Sweeney)
  • Andy Tamandl known as character animator: CIS Hollywood
  • Ben Taylor known as render i/o coordinator
  • Ali Tezel known as animator
  • Nicholas Theisen known as digital imaging resources
  • Curtis Tsai known as visual effects coordinator: CIS Vancouver
  • Sarah Vinson known as visual effects coordinator
  • Kevin Wallace known as manager of operations: Kerner Optical
  • Thom Williams known as motion capture performance coordinator
  • Thom Williams known as motion capture performer
  • Matt Wilson known as digital compositor
  • Charlie Winter known as look development lead: CIS Hollywood
  • Bruce Woloshyn known as compositing supervisor: CIS Vancouver
  • Steve Won known as visual effects line producer: CIS Vancouver
  • Jaehyun Yoo known as effects technical director
  • Hetal Jain known as visual effects producer (uncredited)
  • Rajavel Loganathan known as senior roto artist (uncredited)

Release Date:

  • USA 27 September 2012 (Fantastic Fest)
  • Canada 21 November 2012
  • USA 21 November 2012
  • Singapore 22 November 2012
  • Australia 29 November 2012
  • Bahrain 29 November 2012
  • Hong Kong 29 November 2012
  • Kuwait 29 November 2012
  • Qatar 29 November 2012
  • United Arab Emirates 29 November 2012
  • Portugal 6 December 2012
  • Iceland 14 December 2012
  • India 14 December 2012
  • Germany 27 December 2012
  • Mexico 4 January 2013
  • Sweden 13 March 2013 (DVD premiere)
  • Argentina 14 March 2013
  • Russia 14 March 2013
  • Brazil 29 March 2013

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for sequences of intense war violence and action, and for language



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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