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Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013)

  • Rate: 5.1/10 total 2,111 votes 
  • Genre: Horror | Mystery | Thriller
  • Release Date: 4 January 2013 (USA)
  • Runtime: 92 min
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  • IMDb page: Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013)
  • Rate: 5.1/10 total 2,111 votes 
  • Genre: Horror | Mystery | Thriller
  • Release Date: 4 January 2013 (USA)
  • Runtime: 92 min
  • Filming Location: Millennium Studios- 300 Douglas Street, Shreveport, Louisiana, USA
  • Budget: $8,000,000(estimated)
  • Director: John Luessenhop
  • Stars: Alexandra Daddario, Tania Raymonde and Scott Eastwood|See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: John Frizzell   
  • Soundtrack: Dancing on Top of the World
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | Datasat
  • Plot Keyword: Pretty Girl | Leatherface | 3D Sequel To 2d Film | Interracial Romance | Chainsaw

Writing Credits By:

  • Adam Marcus (screenplay) &
  • Debra Sullivan (screenplay) and
  • Kirsten Elms (screenplay)
  • Stephen Susco (story) and
  • Adam Marcus (story) &
  • Debra Sullivan (story)
  • Kim Henkel (characters) and
  • Tobe Hooper (characters)

Known Trivia

  • Marilyn Burns, who played Sally Hardesty in the original film, plays Verna in this. It is her first role in 28 years (excluding an uncredited Cameo in Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation).
  • In 2007, Platinum Dunes announced they were abandoning the series following The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning. In 2009, Twisted Pictures negotiated a multi-picture deal with Bob Kuhn and Kim Henkel, who own the rights to the series.
  • Originally, a plan for a new trilogy was pitched. The films would be released out of chronological order, with the second film coming out first and being set almost entirely in a hospital. The next film would be a prequel explaining the events that led up to the hospital scenario. The third film would complete the storyline. Fearing it was too ambitious and risky, the producers opted for a follow up to the original instead.

Plot: A young woman travels to Texas to collect an inheritance; little does she know that an encounter with a chainsaw-wielding killer is part of the reward. Full summary »  »

Story: After the first massacre in 1974, the townspeople suspected that the Sawyer family were responsible. A vigilante mob of enraged locals surrounded the Sawyer house, burning it to the ground and killing every last member of the family. Decades later a young woman named Heather learns that she has inherited a Texas estate from her grandmother. she decides to bring her friends along on the road trip to invesitgate her inheritance. On arrival she uncovers she has inherited a mansion but is yet to uncover the terrors that lurk in the basement below it.Written by Tom Thomas  


Synopsis: On August 19, 1973 (one day after the so-called ‘massacre’), a mob of townspeople from the small town of Newt, Texas, led by Mayor Burt Hartman (Paul Rae), decend on the rural farmhouse owned by the Sawyer family for their role in aiding Jedidiah "Jed" Sawyer, also known as "Leatherface", in several murders. At the deaded farmhouse, a car pulls up containing the Carson family (cousins, aunt, uncle to the Sawyers). They run inside and barricade the door and hold up arms along with the Sawyer family.

A minute later, a police car driven by Sheriff Hooper (Thom Barry) arrives at the Sawyer house and he shouts to them that he only wants the boy, Jed a.k.a Leatherface. He says that a woman (Sally) said that a man with a chainsaw killed all her friends. Drayton Sawyer (Bill Moseley) the "old man" cook and patriarch of the family, shouts that they were trying to protect their family. Hooper constantly tells him that he needs to take the boy into custody and that things don’t need to get out of hand. Drayton thinks it over after members of the family agree to give up Jed. So, Drayton goes into another room and shouts at Jed telling him that he has to go out there and give himself up. Just then, the group of townspeople arrive who have come with one thing in mind: to kill the entire family. As Drayton and the family prepare to surrender, Burt and other townspeople begin to attack by setting the house ablaze and shooting through the house. Pretty much all of the family is killed in the chaos despite Sheriff Hooper’s attempts to stop them. We see Loretta Sawyer (Dodie Brown) cradling a baby, named Edith, attempting to protect it, but one of the bullets flies through the windows and goes through her right shoulder and the baby’s.

After the chaos dies down at night time and the house is burned down, we see Gavin Miller (David Born) stumble upon a barely alive Loretta who is still holding on to the baby. Gavin takes the baby from her and kills Loretta by kicking her directly in the face. He runs to his wife Arlene (Sue Rock) saying that he found a baby and that they should adopt her. They decide to name the baby Heather. The arsonists are celebrated as heroes in the town, and the entire family is presumed dead.

23 years later

It’s present day, and we see Heather (Alexandra Daddario) now older and working in the meat section of a grocery store. She is interrupted by her friend Nikki (Tania Raymonde) who is super excited about a trip that she, Heather, Heather’s boyfriend Ryan (Trey Songz), and Ryan’s friend Kenny (Keram Malicki-Sanchez) are taking to New Orleans. Heather goes home that night to her grungy looking apartment where Ryan is sparring on a punching bag. We see that Heather has strange pieces of art that include bones and a lot of black paint. Ryan gets her to relax from being stressed about the trip by making out with her. Just as they are about to have sex they are interrupted by a knock at the door. Ryan goes to answer and gets some mail for Heather, which is a will for her. It states that her grandmother is dead and has left a house for her. However, Heather is confused because her grandparents died years ago.

She goes to confront her parents who reveal to her that she was adopted. They warn her not to go to Texas, but she leaves and goes back home to Ryan. When she arrives, she tells Ryan she has to go to Texas to learn more about the house and her real family. Ryan doesn’t object at all and surprises her when Kenny and Nikki appear, offering to go with them.

So they four of them drive towards Texas and on the way they stop at a gas station and accidentally hit someone walking with the van. It’s pouring rain outside, and the guy introduces himself as Darryl (Shaun Sipos). He says that to forget about them hitting him that they can just drop him off when they get to Texas, and he even offers gas money. So they figure what the hell and let him come along.

When they finally reach the house they are met at the gates by Farnsworth (Richard Riehle) who gives her a keychain full of keys (one huge one in particular) and he also gives her a letter from her deceased grandmother Verna and advises her to read it IMMEDIATELY. He goes on his way, and they go through the gate.

The house is STUNNING and filled with antiques. They explore the house and decide that they should get some food from a local store that may be around. Darryl offers to stay behind and set all their bags up for them, and he also gives them some money for food. They leave him at the house and go into town. After they leave, Darryl immediately starts stuffing things from inside the house into his bag. (He’s obviously a thief/scam artist). He explores through the house and uses the keys to get to every door. However, he wonders what the large key goes to and goes all throughout the house until finally he stumbles upon a hidden room behind a wall. He goes into the room which leads him to a door. He uses the big key on the door and goes down into a wine cellar of some sort, and when he gets there he sees a bunch of weird items, including a plate with old rotted food sitting outside a large metal door. He tries to open the metal door various ways, but it doesn’t give. As he looks for something to pry it open with, he turns back to the metal door and Leatherface (Dan Yeager) appears and strikes him over the head with a hammer (reminiscent to the scene in the original movie). He bashes his head in repeatedly with a hammer on the floor until he is dead.

While in town shopping for food and supplies, Heather is approached outside a store by Officer Carl (Scott Eastwood), who is clearly attracted to her. Meanwhile, inside the store we see Nikki flirting with Ryan. Ryan clearly cheated on Heather with Nikki, but blames it on them both being drunk. Nikki claims that he was begging for it. Ryan tells her to stop and forget it happened and walks away, disappointing her. Back outside, Heather tells Carl where she’s staying, and the Mayor (who is Burt Hartman from earlier in the film) overhears this and asks her if she’s related to the Sawyers. She lies and says ‘no’ and quickly leaves with her friends.

When they arrive back at the house, they see that everything is a wreck. They deduce that Darryl must have been a thief and robbed them and left. They relax since it wasn’t anything extremely valuable missing and have a few drinks. Kenny (being a chef in training) starts making up some steaks as night falls. Ryan is in the study playing on the pool table, Nikki is outside smoking and eyeing Ryan from the window, and Heather is exploring the house upstairs. While Kenny is cooking, he notices the wall/door that Darryl went through, and he walks through. He calls out to Ryan, but Ryan has music playing very loud so he can’t hear him. Kenny walks down into the cellar and sees Darryl’s bag and a pool of blood. He calls out for Darryl, but doesn’t get a response. Then when he steps into the room with the metal door, he sees the metal door is wide open. As he walks through it, he steps into a dark hallway. Suddenly, Leatherface jumps out of the darkness and chases Kenny. Kenny gets halfway up the stairs when Leatherface shoves a large meat hook through his back. He drags him downstairs, and Kenny’s screams are drowned out by the loud music.

Nikki runs into the study where Ryan is playing pool. She screams and says there’s something crazy he needs to see, and she looks scared. She leads him outside into a barn house in the back. When they get back there, she points to a bucket covering something. When Ryan removes the bucket he sees there is a bottle of wine and two glasses there. He turns around and is shocked to see Nikki standing half-naked saying "told you it was crazy." She winks at him, and they proceed to have sex.

Back in the house, Heather is upstairs and stumbles into a room where the corpse of Grandma Verna is sitting in a chair, decomposing. She screams and runs downstairs to find everyone, but she sees the house is empty. When she runs into the kitchen, she sees Leatherface holding a severed hand and cutting the fingers off into a bowl. She screams and catches his attention, and he grabs her and tosses her onto the kitchen floor. She hits her head and is knocked out.

When she comes to, she is in the room in the cellar and we see Leatherface cutting up Darryl’s body in pieces. Then we see him hang Kenny’s body up on a hook and saw his body in half. Heather quickly jumps up and runs up the stairs. Leatherface chases after her. She falls down the front stairs when she gets outside and runs to the back of the house which is a graveyard full of the Sawyer/Carson family. She finds an unfinished grave with a coffin and climbs inside. As Leatherface stalks the graveyard, he hears Heather crying and jumps on top of the coffin and begins cutting into it with his chainsaw.

Meanwhile, Ryan and Nikki step out of the barn after hearing the chainsaw and they see Leatherface cutting into something. They call out to him asking who he is and when he sees them, he stops cutting into the coffin and runs toward them with the chainsaw still roaring. They quickly run back into the barn house and barricade the door. Ryan finds a shovel and Nikki finds a loaded shotgun. She shoots through the door as Leatherface tries to cut through. Nikki shouts: "Welcome to Texas motherfucker!!" Suddenly it gets quiet. They see a pair of lights through the door, and the van suddenly crashes through the barn door; it’s Heather. They quickly jump in and Ryan drives through the barn and towards the front gate. He tries to ram it but to no avail. As Leatherface catches up to them, Ryan backs the car up so the gate can open automatically and they drive through it. Just as they do, Leatherface manages to cut through the front tire and the side of the van. This causes the van to flip over and crash just as they get about 15 feet from him.

Heather looks over, and we see Ryan is dead. (A huge piece of glass from the windshield got lodged deep into his neck). She and Nikki scream as Leatherface tries to cut through the van. He even goes so far as flipping it onto its side. Heather is able to climb out through one of the windows. Leatherface kills Nikki by slashing her on her on the side and Heather gets his attention. This distracts him, and he begins to chase Heather through the woods. She manages to reach a fence which leads to a carnival on the other side, and she hops it. Leatherface doesn’t stop and he cuts through the fence, chasing her through the carnival as people run all over, screaming an ducking out of the way. She gets to the mini ferris wheel and jumps up and grabs onto one of the seats as it lifts her up. Leatherface waits on the other side as she begins to descend back down. But just as she gets close to him, Officer Carl appears and orders him to freeze. Leatherface tosses his chainsaw at Carl, and he ducks just in time. But this gives Leatherface enough time to escape into the woods.

Carl takes Heather to the police station for questioning. There we see Sheriff Hooper waiting and when she describes Leatherface he is shocked and begins to think Jed must still be alive after all these years. She also admits that she just found she was a Sawyer. Carl pulls a box labeled "Evidence" and sits it on the table saying there is some crazy stuff in it about the Sawyers/Carsons. Hobbs orders Carl to leave and go look for the maniac. The mayor shows up and demands to speak with Hooper, so he leaves Heather alone while he goes to talk to him. As soon as he leaves, Heather begins to go through the evidence box that Carl pulled, and she sees how her entire family was killed without a fair trial by the townspeople and the mayor and her adoptive mom and dad. She reads about the entire incident that took place that night.

Meanwhile, one of the police officers was investigating the crashed van and tells Hooper that no one is here (Nikki and Ryan’s body are missing). Hooper orders him to stay at the site, but the officer sees a trail of blood that leads down the road, and he follows it. The mayor is yelling at Hooper saying that Jed can’t be alive because they burned that place to the ground. The officer calls Hooper back and informs him that the blood led back to the house. The mayor orders him on the walkie to follow the blood and the officer does so. When he gets in the house, he turns on a video call of some sort so the mayor and Hobbs can see what he sees. As he follows the blood into the cellar and down a dark hallway he comes upon the room where Kenny, Darryl, and Ryan lay dead and butchered. He sees a freezer and the mayor opens him to order it. As he gets closer and closer the freezer suddenly pops open and Nikki jumps up, screaming. This shocks/scares the officer causing him to shoot Nikki in the head and accidentally kill her. The video call drops and the mayor and Hooper are shocked by what just happened. The officer runs back up the stairs of the house and is attacked by Leatherface who bludgeons him with an ax and then begins to chop into his back repeatedly. Mayor Burt decides to confront Heather saying she must have something to do with this. As Hooper tries to stop him from going into the room where she was left, they see the evidence from the night the Sawyers were killed sprawled all over the table, and Heather has written the word "Murderers" on one of the sheets.

Back at the house, we see Leatherface crafting a new mask from the face of the police officer he just killed and he sews it onto his own face.

Heather is on the streets of the town, and she reaches a payphone and calls Farnsworth. She tells him that she knows EVERYTHING, and he tells her to meet him at a local bar. When they meet he informs her that he warned her to read the letter immediately because Verna detailed everything she needed to know. He also informs her that Jed (Leatherface) knows she is still alive, but he doesn’t know WHO she is. Suddenly the mayor arrives and chases her out the bar. She grabs a knife before she runs out and just as she reaches the street, the Mayor’s partner, Ollie (Ritchie Montgomery), hits her with his car. He jumps out to grab her, but she quickly slashes his face with the knife and makes a run for it.

Heather gets a good distance and then runs into Officer Carl. She asks him to get her to the bar, so she can help Farnsworth and warns him that the Mayor is after her. She hops in the backseat and Carl drives towards the bar. They see Farnsworth outside, and he sees them, but Carl keeps going. Heather shouts at him and then realizes he’s helping the Mayor when the Mayor calls his phone. She also discovers that the Mayor is Carl’s FATHER! The Mayor tells Carl over the C.B. radio to bring her to the old slaughterhouse that the Sawyers used to own. Little do they know, though, that Leatherface has a C.B. radio in a truck and overhears this. He grabs his best chainsaw and goes out into the night.

Farnsworth rushes into the police station and warns Hooper that Heather is in trouble and that a police officer took her. Hooper puts a lock on the squad car’s location and realizes where they’re going. He quickly leaves.

When Carl arrives at the slaughterhouse, he goes to tie Heather up from some ropes. When she tries to attack him, he accidentally rips her shirt down the middle, but she stays tied up. He leaves her there and tapes her mouth shut. Outside, we see the Mayor and Ollie have arrived. The Mayor tells Carl to leave and that they’ll handle her. Back inside, Leatherface sneaks up behind Heather and he places his chainsaw on her shoulder. She tries to scream, but they are muffled by the tape. He steps in front of her and revs the chainsaw. As he gets closer and closer to her with it, he stops and notices the scar on her shoulder. (The same scar from when she and her mother Loretta were shot). He removes the tape from her mouth, and she begins to beg and plead with him repeatedly telling him that "It’s me! I’m Heather! I’m your cousin! Please let me go." Leatherface is shocked by this but he neverless cuts her free, just as Ollie and the Mayor arrive and begin to beat the crap out of Leatherface. Heather makes a run for it.

As soon as she gets outside, she hears Leatherface yelling out in pain as the Mayor and Ollie beat him repeatedly. The Mayor wraps a chain around his neck and tells Ollie to power it on. The chain leads into a giant meat grinder. Ollie runs to go power it on and just as he does he is attacked by Heather who shoves a pitchfork through his body and kills him. As the chain begins to pull Leatherface closer to the meat grinder, Heather shows up and tosses him his chainsaw. Leatherface uses it to cut the chain and free himself. He rises up, and Heather smirks and tells him "Do your thing cousin." Leatherface then cuts both of the Mayors ankles with the chainsaw. The mayor falls onto the ground and begins to crawl backwards, unknowingly towards the grinder. Hooper shows up with a gun and sees the chaos. The Mayor constantly yells for him to shoot, but Hooper slowly lowers his gun when he sees Heather shouting for him not to shoot, and he walks out to leave the Mayor to die. The Mayor ends up crawling back into the grinder and is shredded to pieces.

Back at the Sawyer house, we see Leatherface sitting slumped in a chair, and Heather is standing next to him. She tries to touch his masked face, but he gets up and goes down into the cellar. Heather finally reads Verna’s letter which details that Jed is the only blood relative she has left now and that whether she chooses to stay or not, she should NEVER forget where her home is. We see Heather go down into the cellar. She stares at Leatherface face to face as she grabs his tray of old food and goes upstairs. She has decided to stay. The movie ends as Leatherface grabs the metal door, and slams it shut.

In a post-end credits scene, Gavin and Arlene show up at the mansion to see Heather, intending on greedily splitting her assets. As they wait by the door, Leatherface revs up his chainsaw and comes outside, frightening them both….


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Cyndi Brenner known as line producer
  • Mark Burg known as executive producer
  • Christa Campbell known as executive producer
  • Danny Dimbort known as executive producer
  • Lati Grobman known as executive producer
  • Avi Lerner known as executive producer
  • Carl Mazzocone known as producer
  • Robert Ortiz known as line producer
  • T. Justin Ross known as associate producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Alexandra Daddario known as Heather Miller
  • Dan Yeager known as Leatherface
  • Trey Songz known as Ryan (as Tremaine 'Trey Songz' Neverson)
  • Scott Eastwood known as Carl
  • Tania Raymonde known as Nikki
  • Shaun Sipos known as Darryl
  • Keram Malicki-Sánchez known as Kenny
  • James MacDonald known as Officer Marvin
  • Thom Barry known as Sheriff Hooper
  • Paul Rae known as Burt Hartman
  • Richard Riehle known as Farnsworth
  • Bill Moseley known as Drayton Sawyer
  • Gunnar Hansen known as Boss Sawyer / Leatherface (archive footage)
  • David Born known as Gavin Miller
  • Sue Rock known as Arlene Miller
  • Ritchie Montgomery known as Ollie
  • Marilyn Burns known as Verna / Sally Hardesty (archive footage)
  • Dodie Brown known as Loretta Sawyer (as Dodie L. Brown)
  • David Bell known as Bear Swayer
  • John Dugan known as Grandpa Sawyer / Grandfather (archive footage)
  • Sam McKinzie known as Young Leatherface (as Samuel McKinzie)
  • Veleka Gray known as Receptionist
  • Scott A. Martin known as Hargrove / Bartender (as Scott Martin)
  • Tori London known as Scared Girl
  • Justin Beau Howell known as Drunk High Schooler
  • Jonathan Reed known as Hardware Store Cashier
  • Nikolette Noel known as Supermarker Co-Worker
  • Tony McCullough known as Townie (as Anthony McCullough)
  • Allen Danziger known as Jerry (archive footage)
  • Paul A. Partain known as Franklin Hardesty (archive footage)
  • William Vail known as Kirk (archive footage)
  • Teri McMinn known as Pam (archive footage)
  • Edwin Neal known as Hitchhiker (archive footage)
  • Carl Bailey known as Fireball Townie (uncredited)
  • Kristen Beevers known as Carnival Goer (uncredited)
  • Johnnie Brannon known as Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Michael Byrnes known as Carnival visitor (uncredited)
  • Sarah Dandashy known as Annie (uncredited)
  • Jonathan Darden known as Hardware Store Cashier (uncredited)
  • Tavaris James Durell known as Carnival guy (uncredited)
  • Amanda Dyar known as Hot Bar Girl (uncredited)
  • Dan Forest known as Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Joe Guarneri known as Townie (uncredited)
  • Troy Harris known as Trucker (uncredited)
  • Timothy Hoffman known as Townie (uncredited)
  • Roni Hummel known as Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Kari J. Kramer known as Pig Man (uncredited)
  • Brandon Noack known as Football Player (uncredited)
  • James Pasierbowicz known as Guy at Bar (uncredited)
  • James Paul known as Street Driver / Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Juliet Reeves known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Michael Patrick Rogers known as Bartender (uncredited)
  • Blain Sanchez known as Townie (uncredited)
  • Elena Sanchez known as Sally (uncredited)
  • Nathan Scott known as Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Shawn Shultz known as Daniel Miller (uncredited)
  • Pamela Van Zandt known as Sandy (uncredited)
  • Mike Walker known as Man Running from Leatherface (uncredited)
  • Stephen Waters known as Townie (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Andrea Bowman known as hair stylist
  • Robert Kurtzman known as special makeup effects artist
  • Amy Wood known as key hair stylist
  • Crystal Woodford known as hair stylist

Art Department:

  • Kenneth Brown known as construction buyer
  • Daniel Coe known as construction coordinator
  • Matthew L. Crowson known as assistant property master
  • Shelby Gillen known as prop assistant
  • Todd Harris known as storyboard artist
  • Mike Herriage known as on-set greensman
  • Phillip Joffrion known as on-set dresser
  • Ernerst J. Levron Jr. known as set dresser
  • Christopher Lee Moore known as props
  • David Myers known as painter
  • William Nutt known as lead greensman
  • Siobhan O'Brien known as assistant property master
  • Jack Reeves known as on-set painter
  • Aaron Sims known as character designer
  • Chad Smith known as model maker
  • Jason Wilson known as construction foreman
  • Michael Wynn known as painter




Production Companies:

  • Lionsgate
  • Mainline Pictures
  • Millennium Films
  • Nu Image Films

Other Companies:

  • Bender ET  GFCI shock protection provided by
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera car
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  stabilized remote camera systems
  • Digital FX  camera equipment provided by
  • Ignition Print  poster design (uncredited)
  • LightIRON Digital  digital intermediate
  • Ocean Video  3d video assist equipment
  • Offhollywood Digital  camera equipment: 3D cameras
  • Sam Hurwitz Productions  electronic press kit


  • Entertainment One Benelux (2013) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Lionsgate (2012) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Lionsgate (2013) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Eagle Films (2012) (Non-USA) (all media) (middle east)
  • Millennium Films (2012) (worldwide) (all media) (sales)
  • Mongkol Major (2013) (Thailand) (all media)
  • TriPictures (2013) (Spain) (all media)
  • VVS Films (2012) (Canada) (all media)



Other Stuff

Visual Effects by:

  • Richard Aponte known as visual effects artist
  • Aaron Askew known as visual effects artist
  • Bradley M. Baxter known as visual effects
  • John Brizzi known as technical support
  • Aaron T. Brown known as visual effects artist
  • D. Walt Cameron known as digital compositor
  • Des Carey known as digital finishing supervisor
  • Dwight Carter known as 3d artist
  • Chris M. Cooper known as visual effects artist
  • Scott Coulter known as visual effects producer
  • Peter Cromwell known as digital effects artist
  • Alexandre Daigle known as visual effects network administrator supervisor
  • Juan Carlos Ertze known as online conform: Identity FX
  • Anthony Fung known as digital effects artist
  • Joshua Garza known as visual effects artist
  • James Going known as visual effects artist
  • John B. Gray known as visual effects data wrangler
  • Nathan Grubbs known as digital compositor
  • Errol Hanse known as visual effects artist
  • Jack Hebert known as visual effects artist
  • Travis Howe known as visual effects coordinator
  • Matthew S. Jennings known as quality control lead
  • Ciril Koshyk known as visual effects artist: Cirux Render
  • Kevin Langley known as quality control
  • Ryan Littlefield known as visual effects artist
  • Anthony Marigliano known as visual effects artist
  • Ryan Markley known as 3D lead artist
  • Esteban Olide known as digital artist
  • Kyoung Kay Park known as 3d artist
  • Stephen H. Porter known as visual effects project manager
  • Kaleb Prichard known as visual effects artist
  • Amy Putrynski known as visual effects artist
  • Andrew Sagar known as visual effects supervisor
  • Dustin Scholl known as visual effects coordinator: first unit
  • Patrick Schultz known as visual effects artist
  • Alicia Suggs known as digital compositor
  • William Tatum III known as visual effects artist
  • Anton Tsolov known as digital compositor
  • David Van Woert known as stereoscopic conversion producer
  • Leo Vezzali known as stereoscopic supervisor
  • Juvenal Vique known as visual effects artist
  • Kevin Yuille known as stereoscopic compositing supervisor

Release Date:

  • Croatia 3 January 2013
  • Denmark 3 January 2013
  • Canada 4 January 2013
  • Finland 4 January 2013
  • Ireland 4 January 2013
  • Norway 4 January 2013
  • Poland 4 January 2013
  • UK 4 January 2013
  • USA 4 January 2013
  • Greece 10 January 2013
  • Portugal 10 January 2013
  • Hong Kong 31 January 2013
  • Sweden 1 February 2013
  • Netherlands 7 February 2013
  • Russia 7 February 2013
  • Brazil 8 February 2013
  • Argentina 11 April 2013
  • Italy 13 June 2013

MPAA: Rated R for strong grisly violence and language throughout



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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