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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

  • Rate: 7.4/10 total 107,818 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Fantasy
  • Release Date: 2 May 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 142 min
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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

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  • IMDb page: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
  • Rate: 7.4/10 total 107,818 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Fantasy
  • Release Date: 2 May 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 142 min
  • Filming Location: Ironhead Studio, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Budget: $200,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $188,425,981 (USA) (28 May 2014)
  • Director: Marc Webb
  • Stars: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Johnny Marr  Pharrell Williams  Hans Zimmer   
  • Soundtrack: Honest
  • Sound Mix: SDDS | Datasat | Dolby Digital | Auro 11.1 | Dolby Atmos
  • Plot Keyword: Marvel Comics | Battle | Eavesdropping | Missile | Revolving Door

Writing Credits By:

  • Alex Kurtzman (screenplay) &
  • Roberto Orci (screenplay) &
  • Jeff Pinkner (screenplay)
  • Alex Kurtzman (screen story) &
  • Roberto Orci (screen story) &
  • Jeff Pinkner (screen story) and
  • James Vanderbilt (screen story)
  • Stan Lee (Marvel comic book) and
  • Steve Ditko (Marvel comic book)

Known Trivia

  • The final battle between the Green Goblin (Dane DeHaan) and Spider-Man (Andrew Garfield) was filmed in an actual clock tower where temperatures would reach 115 degrees. DeHaan had to wear 3 1/2 hours worth of prosthetics and make up, as well as his goblin costume, which weighed 50 lbs and couldn’t be opened without power tools. After DeHaan lost 7 lbs in a single day, the film’s medic was so concerned that DeHaan would get heat stroke, that crew members were told to pour buckets of ice on DeHaan’s head and down his suit between takes. Unfortunately, this didn’t work because his body temperature was so high that the ice would melt and turn into steam before he could feel the effects of the ice. Eventually, a tubing system that would pump cold water was installed in the goblin suit so that the cooler temperatures could reach DeHaan’s body. 634 of 642 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • This is the first “Spider-Man” film to be filmed entirely in New York, and the largest film production ever in New York City. 783 of 801 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Shailene Woodley was cast as Mary-Jane Watson, and even filmed scenes. But her role was cut from the film because the filmmakers felt there were too many characters and wanted to streamline the series, and have Gwen Stacy be the only love interest for the rest of the series. 729 of 746 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Before being cast for the role, Paul Giamatti appeared on a 2011 episode of Conan O’Brian’s show. He was asked what Spider-Man villain he would like to play one day, which his answer was Rhino. 80 of 80 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • It took 3 1/2 hours for Dane DeHaan’s makeup to be complete when he was in his Goblin costumer. The suit, which weighed 50 pounds, took about an hour to put on. 213 of 217 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The dog that Gwen walks while Peter spies on her from a rooftop, actually belongs to Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone. They adopted him in 2013. 523 of 539 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • When asked whether or not Gwen Stacy would survive in this film, Marc Webb commented: “There are times where we feel obligated to follow the source material, and there are times where we feel the need to deviate from it, and besides, Emma Stone is a very talented actress, and we like having her around.” 359 of 369 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Early on in the film, Max Dillon has a birthday cake in his fridge that is white with green icing and yellow lightning bolts. This is an homage to the original Electro suit from the comics. 73 of 73 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The Green Goblin in the film is a combination of the mainstream (glider and armor) and the Ultimate (mutated). 106 of 107 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Two display cases in Oscorp feature a set of metal wings, and an exoskeleton holding four arms. These are homages to Spider-Man’s antagonists the Vulture (Adrian Toomes) and Doctor Octopus (Otto Octavius). 341 of 353 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

Goofs: Continuity: In the Times Square fight sequence between Electro and Spider-Man, Electro sends a bolt of electricity to ram Spider-Man into a police vehicle, denting its door. In another scene seconds after this one, Electro sends another bolt towards a crowd on a staircase, and there, in a slow motion sequence, Spider-Man tosses up the same vehicle to block this bolt, but the vehicle is not damaged, with no broken door.

Plot: Peter Parker runs the gauntlet as the mysterious company Oscorp sends up a slew of super villains against him, impacting his life. Full summary »  »

Story: We’ve always known that Spider-Man’s most important conflict has been within himself: the struggle between the ordinary obligations of Peter Parker and the extraordinary responsibilities of Spider-Man. But in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Peter Parker finds that his greatest battle is about to begin. It’s great to be Spider-Man (Andrew Garfield). For Peter Parker, there’s no feeling quite like swinging between skyscrapers, embracing being the hero, and spending time with Gwen (Emma Stone). But being Spider-Man comes at a price: only Spider-Man can protect his fellow New Yorkers from the formidable villains that threaten the city. With the emergence of Electro (Jamie Foxx), Peter must confront a foe far more powerful than he. And as his old friend, Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), returns, Peter comes to realize that all of his enemies have one thing in common: Oscorp. Directed by Marc Webb. Produced by Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach. Screenplay by Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci & Jeff Pinkner. Screen… Written bySony Pictures Entertainment

Synopsis

Synopsis: The movie opens with a close-up on fingers furiously typing on a keyboard. Files are being deleted from a system. A bespectacled figure checks vials, some of which feature the skull and crossbones. A shot reveals it’s Peter Parker’s father, Richard Parker (Campbell Scott). Suddenly, his computer access is cut off and he can’t complete his mission to destroy the project files. Richard dashes from the Oscorp building on his way home to Peter and his wife, Mary (Embeth Davidtz) .

Richard is recording a message with a webcam. "People will say I’m a monster for what I’ve done" He hears Peter call for him and cuts his message short. Rushing up from the basement, he sees that the house has been ransacked. Someone is looking for the files he took. A car pulls up as Mary says goodbye to Peter. Richard grabs her away. Peter is clearly distraught. He touches Richard’s hand for one last time and stares at them from the front door.

Richard and Mary are on a private jet. Mary mentions that she has found somewhere safe for them to say as Richard uploads project files from his laptop. He tries to reassure her, explaining that their life has been changed forever. Richard doesn’t want to put Peter through that. Mary pops into the bathroom just as one of the flight crew steps out of the cockpit. Richard is VERY suspicious and wary of the guy’s behavior. Suddenly crew guy pulls a gun and threatens Richard. He locks Mary in the bathroom and prepares to shoot Richard. As Richard uploads the file, Mary realizes something is wrongs and bursts out. A struggle ensues and Mary is shot! Richard desperately overcomes the thug. Mary reminds Richard to finish the upload just as the thug roars back to life!

They scrap back and forth as we see the pilot (Timothy Adams) is dead and the plane falls into a steep dive. Thug shuts down the laptop again as Richard realizes his fate is sealed. Mary is dead; there’s no getting out However, the file upload to Roosevelt has to be completed. Richard shoots out a window and holds onto the laptop with the strongest Cat-5 cable in existence. The hitman flies out the window to his death and Richard confirms that the file is transferred. The plane plummets to its doom and cut to black.

Present Day

Music rings in as the camera follows Spider-Man falling to earth. A stunning sequence follows Spider-Man playing webbing his way through the city. He overhears a helicopter radio announcing a plutonium shipment under siege at Oscorp. Spidey swings into action to help. A big tow truck is being driven by a bald guy with a Russian accent (Paul Giamatti). He’s bashing lots of Manhattan vehicles as he tows/steals the Oscorp truck. Armed assistants set explosives to blow the hatch as the Russian rolls over police cars. Spidey swings impressively through buildings in hot pursuit.

The goons (Dusan Hyska & Andrei Runtso) blow the hatch and hop into the van. There’s a container of yellowish vials that are their target. Spidey hops onto the tow truck and engages in some Spidey banter with the Russian (who clearly has no idea who he is). As the goons prepare to hijack the plutonium, we cut to a Oscorp employee the socially inept geek Max Dillion (Jamie Foxx) stumbling through a crowd with an armful of blueprints. Naturally, the prints get knocked from his hands and roll into the street JUST as Spidey and the Russian barrel around the corner. Spidey leaps to the rescue and prevents Max from being squashed by a cab. Spidey hands him the plans and notes that he works at Oscorp before leaping away.

The Russian, clearly ignorant of the dangers of radioactive material, slams into a bunch of cars, tossing the goons and the P-238 around in the van. Dozens of cop cars crash into the truck pinning it in. The goons burst from the van firing at the cops with automatic weapons. Strands of web shoot from above, yanking the goons and suspending them over the cops. The Russian takes his chance to escape. The P-238 is bouncing all over the place as Spidey tries to avert disaster, catching, juggling and swinging like a chandelier. As he bounds out to recover one last vial, his phone rings. Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) is at their high school graduation waiting for him. He’s really late. As he playfully banters with Gwen he imagines that he sees her disapproving father riding by in an NYPD patrol car. He remembers his broken promise to leave Gwen alone (from the first Amazing Spider Man film).

Gwen is called up to deliver her valedictory speech. Peter isn’t there. Cut back to the truck chase. The next sequence bounces back and forth between the speech and Spidey trying to stop the truck. Parker’s Spider sense triggers into a slow motion shot as he leaps over a bus to protect some pedestrians. FINALLY, Spidey subdues the Russian, grabs the P-238, makes it to graduation and kisses Gwen on stage! (Note: Spider Man and comic book creator Stan Lee has a cameo as an elderly man at the graduation who sees Peter change out of his Spider Man costume).

Aunt May (Sally Field) takes pictures of the new graduate before sending him off with Gwen. They make a date for 8:00 pm. Peter catches a glimpse of Captain Stacey standing with his family and hears his voice in his head. That evening, Peter shows up to the date, but won’t come into the Chinese restaurant that Gwen and her mother and siblings are at. Gwen meets him at the door and they talk again about her dad and the promise Peter made. Peter is torn, but Gwen really isn’t having it. Peter loves her, but he couldn’t handle losing her because of his actions. Gwen decides to break it off. She’s done.

The next morning, Peter is on another visually stunning city patrol. Falling and swinging as the wind ripples his Spidey suit. As a radio call-in show plays in the background, Spidey rescues a grade school kid and his science project. He encourages the kid, much like he did with Max at the beginning of the movie. During an extended montage, a talk radio debates rages while he saves a girl, changes clothes, saves a bodega and mingles with costumed New Yorkers. Of course, he still keeps an eye on Gwen every now and then.

After a cute scene with Aunt May, we cut to Max Dillon ——————-, who has really flipped out after his chance meeting with Spider-Man. He seems to have created an alternate Spidey persona with whom he engages in a meticulously crafted fantasy. Oscorp is developing a new power grid system and Max is part of the team. Max’s delusion may have spilled over into his work life too. He shares an elevator with Gwen with whom he shares his Spider-Man story. Unbeknownst to him, Gwen appreciates his fascination.

Meanwhile, Harry Osborn arrives home to visit his ailing father. Norman looks awful; his skin is discolored and his hands are claw like. He’s bedridden and looks like he’s at the end of his rope. Norman derides Harry for not achieving more. They have a fractured relationship. It is as bitter as Norman’s illness. He implies that Harry will succumb to the same fate. He asks to see Harry’s hand and notices that it is shaking a symptom of the illness. He hands Harry a drive with his research. Minutes later, a newscast announces Norman Osborn’s death.

Gwen receives a quick message about good news regarding her scholarship while Max is told to stay behind and check out a problem with the bio-electric power grid. The room is a mess of electric eel tanks and strange equipment. Max tries to repair the system, but ends up ELECTRO-cuting himself and falling into the tank of eels. His transformation has begun.

Meanwhile in a boardroom, Harry is being informed of various Oscorp troubles. He twirls the drive while responding to the information. He couldn’t care less. Harry realizes that the Board doesn’t respect him. Consequently, he lashes out with his disdain for them, elevating his father’s assistant, Felicia Hardy, as his second-in-command. Charm doesn’t run in the family. Peter Parker is announced, raising eyebrows in the room. Harry steps out to see Peter. They haven’t seen each other in years. He came to check in on his old friend in the wake of his father’s passing. After an awkward moment, the friends reconnect with a laugh.

In a local riverside park, Harry and Peter catch up. Harry seems genuinely happy to get away from his Oscorp drama and they bum around the city together. Harry apologizes for the distance in their relationship which leads to a conversation about why Peter’s parents left. A van is monitoring their conversation which turns into a discussion of Max’s accident. He’s to be written off to avoid another scandal.

Cut to the lab where Dillon’s corpse has been stashed. In the midst of electrical interference, Dillon’s body reanimates in a shower of sparks. Electrical tools jump to life as Dillion discovers the nature of his powers. Grabbing a coat, Dillion/Electro Man stumbles out of the lab.

That evening, Peter meets with Gwen in the city. Looks like they’re making up. They have real chemistry and they both seem a lot happier in each other’s presence.

Meanwhile, Dillon steps into the street and immediately sets off all the car alarms. He sucks the electricity right out of a car. As he looks up, he sees the city as a matrix of electrical energy. Max Dillon wants more and heads to Times Square.

Back to Pete and Gwen. He admits that he’s been watching over her. She knows he’s still in love with her. It’s a nice moment. "It’s the closest I can get to being with you." Suddenly, Gwen drops a bomb. That phone call was about a scholarship to Oxford. She’s one of two finalists and could be headed to England. As Peter tries to process the news, his spider sense triggers. He looks to Times Square.

Max grabs a power outlet to draw in the energy. He doesn’t appear to have any motivation other than to absorb the energy. A cop demands that he stop and Max inadvertently flips a big truck with his electromagnetic powers. As a fleet of cop cars surround him, he catches a glimpse of himself on the big TV monitors. It’s the attention and stardom he’s craved his whole life. His emotions explode triggering a wave of energy that flips the squad cars. Spidey swoops in to catch one before it crushes a cop and tries to talk Max down.

At first Max seeing his hero seems to improve his mental state. Spidey tries to talk him down a bit, begging the police snipers to lay off. Unfortunately, they take a shot, setting him off. As the crowd rallies behind the Spider Man, Max’s inner dialog goes into overdrive. Convinced that he has been betrayed he grabs some electrical cables, jacking them into his chest and sucking huge amounts of electricity into his body. Times Square goes dark and Max/Electro sends a blast of power that tears the block to shreds. Electro sends lightning bolts into the screaming crowd, levitating on electromagnetic force. Spidey sprays a fire hose onto him, disrupting Electro’s power and sending him plummeting to earth. Electro is down for the count and Spidey heads home to watch the news about the fight.

Glancing at his busted web shooter, Peter becomes consumed with solving the mystery of his parent’s disappearance. He feverishly starts research on the internet trying to connect the dots.

Meanwhile, Harry is sitting in a cavernous office. He’s listening to news coverage fiddling with the drive his father left him. He feels an itch on his neck and as he reaches to scratch it, the drive pricks his finger. Falling to the desk, the drive causes a reaction with the desktop display and begins spitting out information about a secret battle armor. Harry looks at more files, and sees a video of Richard Parker explaining research into mutated spiders

Cut to Peter experimenting with ways to Electro-proof his electronic web shooters by watching YouTube videos The next morning, his phone rings. It’s Harry asking to see him. Harry says he’s dying and needs Peter’s help to save his life. At Harry’s office, a video of Richard and Norman is playing. They are talking about how spiders might be merged with human dan to achieve miraculous cures. Harry is convinced that Spider-Man is the key to success. Harry needs to find Spider-Man and experiment on his blood to find a cure.

Meanwhile, Gwen starts looking through Oscorp files to find Max Dillon. She thinks that he might be the electrical creature that attacked the city.

Cut back to Harry, who thinks Peter has a relationship with Spider-Man. He needs Peter to put them in contact. The scene cuts back and forth between Harry/Peter and security people tracking Gwen’s inquiries. They start to chase her and she bumps into Peter. Hopping into a storeroom, she explains that she knows who Electro is. Peter explains that Harry wants Spider-Man’s blood and is fearful of the consequences. But back to business, Peter doesn’t want Gwen to go to England. They kiss and attempt to exit the building. Gwen hops into an elevator with HARRY OSBORN.

Cut to an exterior shot of Ravencroft Institution where Dillon has been collected and stored. Clearly, this isn’t a benevolent place. Dr. Kafka explains that he wants to help Dillon. Max is incredulous as he recognizes Oscorp tech. After a few attempts to assess the limits of his powers, Dillon christens himself Electro. Scheming Oscorp exec Menken (Colm Feore) commands that he be shut down and Electro is placed back into the neutralizing water chamber.

Back at Peter’s house, Aunt May is sitting in the midst of Peter’s conspiracy web about his parents. He confronts her about the truth and demands answers. She explains that he was dropped off on their steps with no explanation. She begins to ramble in frustration and will not reveal anything more about his parents. Peter explains that he doesn’t want to replace her, he just needs to know the truth. May relents and tells him that some government officials came to see them. They claimed that Peter’s parents were traitors. It doesn’t make sense to either of them.

Cut to Harry’s house. He looks awful. Spider-Man has dropped in to explain that giving him his blood isn’t possible. It could have deadly side effects. Harry doesn’t care. He wants the blood, no matter the cost. Harry is clearly going over the edge. He is desperate and Peter realizes he’s made a mistake. He’s about to make another one by interrupting Gwen as she heads into her scholarship interview. Despite breaking his heart, he wishes her luck in the interview.

He takes his frustration out on his conspiracy web, tearing it apart. In the midst of the take down, he knocks a jar of subway tokens that triggers a thought. Researching the subway, he uncovers a secret station that was used to transport President Roosevelt, the same person Richard was trying to send the data to in the opening scene.

Back at Oscorp. Harry is in a drunken fit. He’s sure that his fate is sealed since the super spiders were destroyed. Felicia, however, thinks there’s still a chance. Apparently, Oscorp extracted the venom as a failsafe before killing the spiders. Harry begins combing through files to find the cache of venom. Apparently, Menken has been using Harry security clearance to run the off books Special Projects division at Ravencroft. Harry watches the Electro footage as Menken bursts into his office. It’s a setup! Menken uses the Electro fiasco to remove Harry from his job and wrest control of Oscorp.

Peter is in the subway tunnels looking for his dad’s lab. He discovers the Roosevelt station and activates a switch with a token. Gradually, the tracks open to reveal a subterranean lab car that roars to life. All of his dad’s research is here and the file download was completed years ago. Richard’s video explains Norman Osborn’s nefarious deeds while proclaiming his own innocence. Richard Parker refused to let his research be used for biological weapons.

At Ravencroft, Harry breaks in to meet with Electro, stunning two guards and taking their access badges. Back to Peter, Richard announces that he used his own DNA with the spiders, meaning that only someone with HIS bloodline can replicate the experiments. That’s why only Peter could inherit the Spider-Man powers without harm

Harry races through the Ravencroft facility activating a fire alarm

Peter watches as his father says that Peter is the most important thing to him, driving Peter to tears.

Harry strips of his disguise and enters the chamber where Electro is being held. He cancels Electro’s sedation. Harry bargains with Electro to take down Oscorp for him. Harry appeals to Max’s desperate need for friendship and they agree to take down Spider-Man together Of course, Electro exacts revenge on Kafka before escaping with Harry.

Meanwhile, Peter leaves the subway station and receives a voice mail from Gwen. She’s been accepted to Oxford and is already headed to the airport to avoid a face to face goodbye.

At Oscorp, Electro kill Menken’s security guard before Harry walks in and forces Menken to grant him access to Special Projects. Electro dashes off to reclaim his stolen power grid design and cripple the city. In Special Projects, Harry injects himself with the spider venom "cure", which sets off a painful transformation into the Green Goblin as Menken escapes. Harry is in extreme pain and looks up to see the special armor from the hard drive video. Crawling painfully while green light flashes all around him, he makes his way to the suit. Upon entering it, a healing protocol begins to repair the damage to his ravaged system.

Cut to Gwen, caught in bridge traffic on the way to the airport. Her taxi driver (Teddy Coluca) Spider-Man has webbed a love note on the bridge that draws Gwen out of her cab. He scoops her up and carries her off to talk. He’s in love with her and they have the "movie love talk" on top of the bridge. Peter will go to England to be with her. As they kiss, Electro takes down the city’s power grid, enveloping New York in darkness (and severely complicating air traffic). Gwen says there’s a reset switch at the plant, but if Electro fries that, the city will never get back up. Brainy Gwen also figures out that Peter can Electo-proof his web shooters by magnetizing them. They do this with jumper cables from a squad car and Peter webs Gwen to a car for safety.

Electro is a living field of electricity that dwarfs whole city blocks. He challenges Spider-Man to settle their score setting off a dazzling sequence of Spidey jumping around Electo-blast and grabbing his webbing like a maniac.

Meanwhile, that flight is getting pretty desperate for contact with ground control. Their own instruments are being affected by Electro’s field. What’s more, ANOTHER flight is on an intercept path.

Spidey tries to short circuit Electro, but he’s grown too powerful They trade punches and Electro literally spits electricity onto Spidey’s head. Gwen’s magnetizing trick works allowing Peter to toss Electro into the power grid and gain a moment’s breather. Unfortunately, Electro is back in seconds and starts pummeling Peter as he bounces between the grid towers. Spidey is taking a pretty bad beating until Gwen runs over Electro with a Squad car. Gwen insists on staying and they work out a plan to defeat Electro. Spidey will distract him while Gwen resets the system. It’s a big impressive fight sequence with Spidey using his spider sense to evade electrocution.

Spider-Man creates a web to channel Electro’s energy and cues Gwen to flip the switch. The backlash restores the city’s power and seemingly destroys Electro. The restored power avoids the plane collision and all seems well. Until Harry comes screaming in on his goblin glider, cackling maniacally. Seeing the two of them together, Harry/Green Goblin figures out that Peter is Spider-Man and decides to hurt Peter by harming Gwen. Peter pleads with him to let Gwen go. Harry/Green Goblin obliges, by dropping her from his glider. Peter jumps to save her, but Harry drops a pumpkin bomb to finish the job. A furiously fast fight ensues, with Harry and Peter duking it out while Gwen attempts to avoid becoming collateral damage.

Gwen falls and Peter webs her stopping her descent. Harry pounces and pins Peter to a clock wheel. As the mechanism moves, it will cut his web and send Gwen to her fate. Peter pins Harry and wedges his foot on the mechanism to spare Gwen, but to no avail. The wheel turns, the web snaps and Gwen falls. The clock damage takes out Harry and Peter leaps through the wreckage to save his love. The web line catches, but the impact snaps her neck killing her instantly. The pose mimics the comic book perfectly. Peter gently cradles her lifeless body, pleading for her to stay with him.

Cut to her funeral. Mrs. Stacy (Kari Coleman) is devastated. Peter and Aunt May hang back until the family leaves. Peter sits alone at her grave and a series of shots show him watching over her site over a period of several months.

At Ravencroft, Harry is in a cell. A visitor shrouded in shadow (the same man from the end of the first film) visits and discusses a plan. Spider-Man is grief-stricken and out of action. Harry has a plan and wants to "keep it small." Apparently, all that they need is at Oscorp.

Cut to a shot of Oscorp tower. Mr. Gustav Fiers (Michael Massee), who is the shadowy man walks through a room with specialized gear; Octo-arms (for Dr. Octopus), vulture wings (for Vulture), an armored Rhino suit…. They will spring a prisoner and set him against the city.

At the Parker house, a newscast indicates that Spider Man has been missing for five months. Aunt May expresses concern that Spider-Man has disappeared. Peter is consumed with remorse, but in his bedroom he grabs a USB stick and watches Gwen’s graduation day speech. Remembering her bravery, he opens his closet and takes the uniform.

The Rhino, the same Russian man that Spider-Man captured in the opening action scene, has just robbed a bank and is rampaging through the city. His superior armor is cutting through the cops. Inspired by his hero, the science fair kid has donned a Spidey suit and runs out to face the Rhino. Improbably, Rhino takes the bait and marches toward him. Until the real Spider-Man swoops in. Rhino charges Spidey who swings a manhole cover against Rhino….

End credits.

Post credits sequence…

(There is a sneak peak scene from X-Men: Days of Future Past. Some soldiers are being held in a quonset hut. They look mutantish. An officer walks in as a special forces guy gives orders that they will be moved. The "officer" questions special force’s authority, quickly transforming in Mystique. The Toad lashes his tongue out grabbing a gun, while Plague makes some guys sick and someone with vertigo powers makes the other guys woozy. Finally, Havok blasts the other soldiers. Asking about Erik (Magneto), Mystique says she’s on her own now. They head onto a military plane and prep for take off.)

 

FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Avi Arad known as producer
  • Alex Kurtzman known as executive producer
  • Stan Lee known as executive producer
  • Roberto Orci known as executive producer
  • Beatriz Sequeira known as associate producer
  • Matthew Tolmach known as producer
  • E. Bennett Walsh known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Andrew Garfield known as Spider-Man / Peter Parker
  • Emma Stone known as Gwen Stacy
  • Jamie Foxx known as Electro / Max Dillon
  • Dane DeHaan known as Green Goblin / Harry Osborn
  • Colm Feore known as Donald Menken
  • Felicity Jones known as Felicia
  • Paul Giamatti known as Aleksei Sytsevich
  • Sally Field known as Aunt May
  • Embeth Davidtz known as Mary Parker
  • Campbell Scott known as Richard Parker
  • Marton Csokas known as Dr. Ashley Kafka
  • Louis Cancelmi known as Man in Black Suit
  • Max Charles known as Young Peter Parker
  • B.J. Novak known as Alistair Smythe
  • Sarah Gadon known as Kari
  • Michael Massee known as Gustav Fiers (The Gentleman)
  • Jorge Vega known as Jorge
  • Bill Heck known as G-5 Co-Pilot
  • Teddy Coluca known as Gwen's Cabbie
  • Helen Stern known as British Desk Attendant
  • Cal McCrystal known as Principal Conway
  • Anslem Richardson known as Times Square Cop
  • Mark Doherty known as Swat Team Leader
  • James Colby known as Lead Officer
  • Kari Coleman known as Helen Stacy
  • Skyler Gisondo known as Howard Stacy
  • Charlie DePew known as Philip Stacy
  • Robert Newman known as Police Captain
  • Adrian Martinez known as Bodega Cashier
  • Thaddeus Phillips known as Robber
  • James McCauley known as Air Traffic Controller
  • Rachael McOwen known as Dispatcher
  • David Shabtai known as Dispatcher
  • Greg Connolly known as Osborn Butler
  • Timothy Adams known as Pilot
  • Tug Coker known as Pilot
  • Jabari Gray known as Pilot
  • Jamie Lynn Concepcion known as Jorge's Mother
  • Pat Kiernan known as NY1 News Anchor
  • Jessica Abo known as NY1 Reporter
  • Clem Cheung known as Chinese Grandpa
  • Dusan Hyska known as Armed Robber
  • Andrei Runtso known as Armed Robber
  • Brennan Taylor known as Ravencroft Guard
  • Slate Holmgren known as Ravencroft Guard
  • Drew Beasley known as Bully
  • Matthew Tronieri known as Bully
  • Dario Barosso known as Bully
  • Salvatore L. Rossi known as Bully
  • Peter Tzotchev known as Bully
  • Paul Urcioli known as Doctor
  • David Shih known as Doctor
  • Daniel Gerroll known as OsCorp Department Head
  • Brian McElhaney known as Times Square Bystander
  • Jonathan Braylock known as Times Square Bystander
  • Steven Hauck known as Corporate Lawyer
  • J.D. Walsh known as Dr. Jallings – Science Investigator
  • Stan Lee known as Graduation Guest
  • Vahag Bagratuni known as Graduate (uncredited)
  • Elwaldo Baptiste known as Airplane Passenger (uncredited)
  • Stefanie Bari known as Mallory (uncredited)
  • Reginald L. Barnes known as Boyfriend in Times Square (uncredited)
  • Kirrilee Berger known as Girl at Funeral (uncredited)
  • Lorenzo Beronilla known as Union Square Shopper (uncredited)
  • Alanna Blair known as Girl Saved by Spider-Man (uncredited)
  • Caitlin Blauvelt known as Graduate (uncredited)
  • Rick Bolander known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Ian Boyd known as Pedestrian / Frightened Driver (uncredited)
  • Chris Brennan known as Gwen Stacy's Friend (uncredited)
  • Olivia Brown known as Graduate (uncredited)
  • Sean Buttimer known as Graduation Attendee (uncredited)
  • Kenneth Carrella known as Midwest Tourist (uncredited)
  • Chris Cooper known as Norman Osborn (uncredited)
  • Richard R. Corapi known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Mario Corry known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Twanta Craig known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Chris J. Cullen known as News Cameraman (uncredited)
  • Frank Deal known as Agent Berkley (uncredited)
  • Jacob Devik known as Panicked Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Nick Diamantis known as OsCorp's Engineer (uncredited)
  • Joseph A. DiPietro known as Concerned Bystander (uncredited)
  • Amanda Dyar known as Times Square Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Mercedes Díaz known as Pedestrian in Times Square (uncredited)
  • Richard Michael Egan known as Graduate (uncredited)
  • Lalaine Fabi known as Graduation Parent (uncredited)
  • Tim Falter known as Ravencroft Doctor (uncredited)
  • Jordan Fargo known as Chinatown Pedestrian / Funeral Guest (uncredited)
  • Steve Ferrarie known as Graduation Guest (uncredited)
  • Tanner Flood known as Son on Plane (uncredited)
  • Abigail Friend known as Girl on Boardwalk (uncredited)
  • Jamie Greco known as Graduation Parent (uncredited)
  • Jim Gunter known as Mike Stacy (uncredited)
  • Lindsay-Elizabeth Hand known as Graduating Senior (uncredited)
  • Amyrh Harris known as Young Peter's Friend (uncredited)
  • Nadir Hasan known as Car Driver (uncredited)
  • Patricia Hodges known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • James Hook known as Time Square Sniper (uncredited)
  • Jason Humble known as Time Square Tourist (uncredited)
  • Tony Joe known as Businessman (uncredited)
  • Lanii Johnson known as Accident Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Evan Jonigkeit known as Toad (uncredited)
  • Shana Kaplan known as Pedestrian in Times Square (uncredited)
  • Laura Klibanoff known as Woman on Street (uncredited)
  • Kenneth Kopolovicz known as Graduation Attendee (uncredited)
  • John Larkin known as Friend of Family (uncredited)
  • Denis Leary known as Captain Stacy (uncredited)
  • Paul Jude Letersky known as Oscorp Control Tower Tech (uncredited)
  • Kris Lundberg known as Woman on street (uncredited)
  • Mike Malvagno known as NYC Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Raymond Mamrak known as Cop (uncredited)
  • Mota Maria known as Parent at High School Graduation (uncredited)
  • Daniel T. Martin known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Drew Moore known as OsCorp Scientist (uncredited)
  • Peter Muggleworth known as Graduation Guest (uncredited)
  • Edgar Nicholson known as Graduation Parent (uncredited)
  • Ryan Nicolls known as Spidey Supporter (uncredited)
  • And Palladino known as Times Square Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Evie Paller known as Child Pedestrian / Carousel Rider (uncredited)
  • Nora Paller known as Child Pedestrian / Carousel Rider (uncredited)
  • Alex Parada known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • D.J. Paris known as Chinatown Shopper (uncredited)
  • Ladell Parks known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Rich Petrillo known as Times Sq Vendor (uncredited)
  • Jamie Lee Petronis known as Gwen's Friend (uncredited)
  • Richie Piper known as Business Man Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Lauren Quirolgico known as Graduate's Friend (uncredited)
  • Prashant Rai known as Tourist (uncredited)
  • Jon Douglas Rainey known as Times Square Man in Danger (uncredited)
  • Neil Reese known as Times Square Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Ronke known as Graduate's Friend (uncredited)
  • Fernando Rosas known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Paula Rossman known as Parent at Graduation Photographer of Gwen and Her family) (uncredited)
  • Alyssa Ruland known as Granddaughter in Times Square (uncredited)
  • Danny Sauls known as Graduate's Friend (uncredited)
  • Rob Scebelo known as Riot Guard (uncredited)
  • Chuck Schanamann known as News Cameraman (uncredited)
  • Gary Schnakenberg known as Scared Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Lynette Scire known as Graduation Guest (uncredited)
  • Leetopher Scott known as Times Square Merchant (uncredited)
  • Martin Sheen known as Uncle Ben (uncredited)
  • Ruth Sundell known as Times Square Girlfriend (uncredited)
  • Lucas Till known as Havok (uncredited)
  • Theo van Golen known as Carousel Rider / Graduation Guest (uncredited)
  • Chris Victor known as Boom Operator News Crew (uncredited)
  • Stefano Villabona known as Times Square Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Barbara Vincent known as Car Accident Victim (uncredited)
  • Odette Warder known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Kelli Wilcoxen known as Times Square Tourist (uncredited)
  • Royal Yates known as Tourist (uncredited)
  • Chris Zylka known as Flash Thompson (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department:
  • Fríða Aradóttir known as hairdresser for Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield
  • Randy Ball known as KNB EFX Accountant
  • Howard Berger known as special makeup dept. head for electro
  • John Caglione Jr. known as makeup department head
  • Joanne Cocuzza known as hair stylist
  • Phoebe Dawson known as makeup artist
  • Christine Fennell known as hair stylist
  • Stephen Kelley known as makeup department head: second unit
  • Tami Lane known as special makeup effects artist
  • Craig Lindberg known as day hire
  • Amanda Miller known as wigs
  • Peter Montagna known as special makeup effects artist
  • Ve Neill known as makeup artist: Andrew Garfield
  • Ve Neill known as makeup artist: Emma Stone
  • Ve Neill known as makeup designer
  • Cristina Patterson known as contact lens designer/painter (as Cristina Patterson Ceret)
  • Anthony Pepe known as additional makeup artist
  • Sarah Rubano known as makeup artist: Dane Dehaan
  • Jeremy Selenfriend known as additional makeup effects artist
  • Jason Joseph Sica known as key hair
  • Josh Turi known as prosthetic makeup artists
  • Colleen Wheeler known as hair stylist
  • Linda Zirkus known as hair stylist
  • Christina Grant known as makeup artist (uncredited)

Art Department:

  • David Abate known as set dresser
  • Joseph S. Alfieri known as construction coordinator
  • Jonathan Bach known as concept artist
  • Stephen Barth known as painter
  • Jim Bauer known as set dresser
  • Eric Lewis Beauzay known as assistant art director
  • Jason 'Jay' Brown known as Leadman's 2nd (art department)
  • Michael Bruno known as set dresser
  • Adam Brustein known as graphic artist
  • Candice Cardasis known as set dresser
  • Kai Wai Cheng known as construction grip
  • Marc Connor known as scenic artist
  • Robert Consing known as storyboard artist
  • Francesco Corvino known as concept art: environments
  • Kelton Cram known as concept artist
  • Tim Croshaw known as set designer
  • Eric de Jesus known as scenic artist
  • Ruby De Jesus known as props
  • Ruby De Jesus known as set dresser
  • Eddie DeCurtis known as on-set dresser
  • Scott Dougan known as assistant art director
  • Richard Bryan Douglas known as construction
  • Elizabeth Duby known as scenic artist
  • Brian Durham known as set dresser
  • Elizabeth Eggert known as construction production assistant
  • Michael Fails known as Assistant to Production Designer
  • Kristen Ficara known as construction office administrator
  • Edwin M. Figueroa known as construction grip
  • Gerard Fiore known as construction grip
  • Henry Fong known as concept artist
  • Isaac Gabaeff known as props
  • Nicholas Gatto known as set dresser
  • Joey Genitempo known as stand-by painter
  • Kley Gilbuena known as technician: WETA
  • Robert Gillies known as Workshop Supervisor Weta Workshop
  • Harvey Goldberg known as leadman: second unit
  • Jared Goldfeder known as set dresser
  • Frank Grasso known as welder
  • Deborah Greene known as Set Decorator: Second Unit
  • John Grimolizzi known as head carpenter
  • Bruce Lee Gross known as leadman
  • Tara Guckeen known as set decorating assistant
  • Sandy Hamilton known as property master
  • Alicia Haverland known as set dresser
  • Ryan Heck known as assistant art director
  • Jesse Hegney known as set dresser
  • Chris Henderson known as props
  • Julia Heymans known as art dept assistant
  • Gregory Hill known as concept artist
  • Arlo Hoffman known as greens
  • Arlo Hoffman known as props
  • Erica Hohf known as art researcher
  • William J. Hopper known as graphic artist
  • Lee Howard known as assistant property master
  • Martin Jaksa known as welder fabricator
  • Malchus Janocko known as assistant art director
  • Stacey Keffer known as plasterer
  • Tina Khayat known as set decoration coordinator
  • Noelle King known as set designer
  • James Klotsas known as set dresser
  • Daniel Klöhn known as designer: main title logo
  • Brian Kontz known as plaster foreman
  • Jared Krichevsky known as concept artist
  • Michael Kutsche known as concept artist
  • Maddy Lederman known as set dresser foreman
  • Imogen Lee known as buyer: set decorator
  • Donald Leone known as set dresser
  • Peter Levitsky known as set dresser: second unit, Rochester
  • Daniel Lowry known as construction grip
  • Shaun Lowry known as construction grip
  • Scott Lukowski known as concept artist
  • Kris Major known as prop assistant
  • Brick Mason known as storyboard artist
  • Ben Mauro known as concept designer
  • Dave McAllister known as welding gang boss
  • James H. McDonnell known as set dresser
  • Kathryn C. McGinnis known as scenic artist
  • Joshua Min known as concept artist
  • Stephen Morahan known as assistant art director
  • Sara Naparstek known as set dresser
  • Anthony O.H. Navarro known as set dresser foreman
  • Rachel Nemec known as assistant art director
  • Luca Nemolato known as concept artist
  • Valerie Nolan known as set decoration buyer
  • Brian O'Neill known as construction grip
  • Long Ouyang known as concept artist
  • Jessica Panuccio known as set dresser
  • Justin Paul known as concepts artist
  • Timothy Peel known as graphic designer
  • Douglas Poland known as art department coordinator
  • Mark Pollard known as assistant art director
  • Reginald Polynice known as props illustrator
  • Michael Powsner known as props
  • Steffen Reichstadt known as concept artist
  • Sam Rosedietcher known as set dresser
  • Sam Rosedietcher known as special effects: second unit
  • Billy T Ryan known as set dresser
  • Joseph Sacco known as set dresser
  • Matthew Jeffrey Sama known as assistant art director
  • Ernie Sandidge known as scenic artist
  • Valerie Scoppa-Misarti known as set dresser
  • Zach Selter known as set dresser
  • Diana Shaller known as scenic artist
  • Darren Sharkey known as set dresser
  • Emmanuel Shiu known as concept artist
  • Hugh Sicotte known as lead concept artist
  • Robert O. Simons known as concept designer
  • Mark Skversky known as on set dresser
  • Marcus Slabine known as set dresser
  • Elicia St.Pierre known as set dresser
  • David Stein known as assistant art director
  • Gillian Stoneburner known as art production assistant
  • Matt Stonish known as assistant property master: second unit, Rochester
  • Gordon Tanner known as set dresser
  • Joseph Michael Tenga known as assistant art director
  • Mike Trainor known as shop pa
  • Marisa Umsawasdi known as set dresser
  • Joel Weaver known as assistant property master
  • Ryan Webb known as assistant property master
  • James Whelan known as set dresser
  • Tim Zydel known as greensmen
  • Chris Schait known as key construction grip (uncredited)

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Company

Production Companies:

  • Marvel Enterprises
  • Avi Arad Productions
  • Columbia Pictures (presents)
  • Matt Tolmach Productions

Other Companies:

  • ARRI / Camera Service Center  grip and lighting equipment
  • BT Industrial Supply  expendables
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies (uncredited)
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  hydrascope telescoping crane arm (uncredited)
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  stabilized remote camera systems (uncredited)
  • Columbia Records  soundtrack
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
  • Las Vegas Film and Television Artists  extras casting
  • Madison Gate Records  soundtrack
  • Panavision  camera equipment provided by
  • Performance Filmworks  Edge Crane System
  • Pictorvision  Eclipse aerial camera system
  • Studio Line  post-production sound services (ISDN-ADR)

Distributors:

  • Columbia Pictures (2014) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Big Picture 2 Films (2014) (Portugal) (theatrical)
  • Feelgood Entertainment (2014) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • InterCom (2014) (Hungary) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Entertainment (2014) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Filmverleih (2014) (Austria) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2014) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2014) (France) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2014) (Netherlands) (theatrical) (through Universal Pictures International)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2014) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2014) (USA) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2014) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2014) (Netherlands) (theatrical) (through)
  • Walt Disney Studios Sony Pictures Releasing (WDSSPR) (2014) (Russia) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2014) (Turkey) (theatrical)

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Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Sony Pictures Imageworks (SPI) (special visual effects)
  • Moving Picture Company (MPC) (visual effects)
  • Legend3D (3D conversion)
  • Pixel Playground
  • Prime Focus World (additional 3D conversion services)
  • Shade VFX (visual effects)
  • Third Floor, The

Visual Effects by:

  • Beverly Abbott known as visual effects data coordinator
  • Nadarajan Usha Abheesh known as paint and prep artist
  • Aileen Acayan known as stereoscopic compositor: Legend 3D
  • Rohit Agarwal known as digital artist
  • Matt Akey known as executive producer: Legend 3D
  • Troy Alexiadis known as stereo artist: Legend 3 D
  • Maria Asim Ali known as stereoscopic compositor: visual effects
  • Michael Alkan known as senior technical director and look development
  • Ryan Andersen known as visual effects editorial coordinator: Shade vfx
  • Dane Anderson known as senior io technician: Legend 3D
  • Valeria Andino known as stereo conversion producer
  • Eric Andrusyszyn known as compositor: MPC
  • Pat Antonelli known as data wrangler
  • Kamran Arian known as senior stereo compositor: Legend 3 D
  • Arsen Arzumanyan known as previs artist
  • Graham Ashworth known as environments technical director
  • Neil Atkins known as senior cloth/hair technical director: SPI
  • Vincent Aupetit known as previsualization artist
  • Thai Bach known as lighting and compositing artist
  • Richard Baker known as stereo supervisor
  • Carlo Balassu known as digital matte painter
  • Carlos Balila known as environment artist: MPC
  • Patrick Ballin known as visual effects editor: SPI
  • Anthony Barcelo known as senior compositor: MPC
  • Wisam Barkho known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Suzette Barnett known as compositor
  • Tricia Barrett known as digital compositor
  • Hernan Barros known as stereo compositor
  • Peter Bartfay known as stereo generalist
  • Geeta Basantani known as senior compositor: Sony Imageworks
  • Lynn Basas known as senior technical director: lighting: SPI
  • Gavin Baxter known as maya fx dev lead
  • D.J. Becerral known as stereo compositor: Legend3D
  • Ashley Beck known as visual effects supervisor: Nerve
  • Paula Bell known as roto prep supervisor
  • Richard A.M. Bell known as senior technical director: lighting: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Jeff Benjamin known as effects technical director
  • Prabir Bera known as lead stereoscopic compositor
  • Dimitre Berberov known as fx animation developer
  • Andres Berkstein known as fx td
  • Theodore Bialek known as senior cg supervisor
  • Joel Binder known as visual effects coordinator
  • Kunal Biswas known as stereoscopic compositor: Prime Focus World
  • Brian Blasiak known as senior lighting and compositing technical director
  • Michelle Blok known as previs lead: The Third Floor
  • David Bohorquez known as previsualization artist
  • Lucian Boicu known as compositor
  • Caleb Bomysoad known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Stephen Borneman known as lighting artist
  • Luke Botteron known as vfx editor: mpc
  • Nathan Boyd known as texture painter
  • Amelia Braekke-Dyer known as stereoscopic conversion artist
  • Ian Brauner known as previz animator
  • Dan Breckwoldt known as lead compositor: MPC
  • Greg Breitzman known as previsualization artist
  • Justin Brekke known as production operations team lead: MPC
  • Andrew Brittain known as senior stereo artist
  • Jason Brown known as previsualization artist
  • Steven Browning known as cg modeler
  • Tom Bruno Jr. known as senior layout artist: SPI
  • Marc Brzezicki known as lead stereo compositor
  • John Bunt known as stereo artist
  • James Burke known as lead visual effects technical director
  • Tony Cabrera known as previsualization artist
  • Thomas Calandrillo known as louma crane operator: model unit
  • Sean Callahan known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Sarah Canale known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Julia Canfora known as compositing production manager
  • Pete Capelluto known as senior visual effects pipeline technical director
  • Francesco Capone known as stereo technical director
  • Curtis Carlson known as digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Dan Carpenter known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Taide Carpenter known as associate production manager
  • Lashay Carr known as production assistant: SPI
  • Jessica Carrington known as visual effects coordinator
  • Owen Cartagena known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Shoghi Castel De Oro known as previsualization artist
  • Charles-Felix Chabert known as effects animation lead
  • Isabel Chacon known as stereo compositor
  • Nardeep Chander known as effects technical director: SPI
  • Chandrasekhar known as digital artist
  • Kee Chang known as character pipeline technical director
  • Vikki Chapman known as stereo production coordinator: prime focus film
  • John Abraham Chempil known as visual effects artist
  • Jason Chen known as on-set data wrangler
  • Jerome Chen known as visual effects supervisor
  • Tiffany Cheung known as stereoscopic compositor: Legend 3D
  • Tiffany Cheung known as stereoscopic compositor: Legend 3D
  • Kristy Chrobak known as stereo production coordinator
  • Benjamin Cinelli known as senior character animator
  • Suzanne Cipolletti known as post-visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc
  • Alex Clarke known as environment lead: Moving Picture Company, Vancouver
  • John Clinton known as visual effects producer
  • Seth Cobb known as post vis artist
  • Miodrag Colombo known as senior compositor (Sony Pictures Imageworks)
  • J. Todd Constantine known as previsualization artist
  • Stephanie Cooper known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Bertrand Cordier known as senior lighting TD: SPI
  • Tyler Cordova known as visual effects coordinator
  • Dan Cortez known as visual effects coordinator
  • Chad Cortvriendt known as stereoscopic producer
  • Thomas Cosolito known as senior production services technician
  • Jadrien Cousens known as digital matte artist: MPC
  • Stuart Cripps known as compositing lead & look development
  • Colin Cromwell known as previsualization artist
  • Ryan Cummins known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Andrew Cunningham known as digital matte painter: The Moving Picture Company, Vancouver
  • Will Cunningham known as crowd simulation consultant
  • Lisa Curtis known as senior production services technician
  • Mark Curtis known as compositing head of department: MPC Vancouver
  • Ryan Cushman known as pipeline technical director
  • Anthony D'Agostino known as digital compositor: The Moving Picture Company
  • Jayson Davis known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Rikk Davis known as stereo artist
  • Matthew DeJohn known as stereo vfx supervisor: Legend 3D
  • Reyna Delaney known as stereoscopic compositor (Legend 3D-uncredited) (uncredited)
  • Stanley A. Dellimore known as global head of layout: MPC
  • Sarah Delucchi known as post-visualization artist
  • Nigel Denton-Howes known as sequence supervisor: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Julien Depredurand known as senior technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Christopher DeVito known as previs artist
  • Santosh Kumar Dey known as matchmove artist: MPC
  • Edwyn Diaz known as visual effects
  • Timothy Diem known as stereo artist: Legend3D
  • Mike Diltz known as compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Pete Dionne known as DFX supervisor: MPC
  • Fred Dossola known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Jason Dourgarian known as lead stereoscopic compositor: Prime Focus
  • Linda Drake known as visual effects editor
  • Tom Duckett known as stereo conversion artist – prime focus
  • Adam J. Dunn known as compositor (as Adam Dunn)
  • Margaux Durand-Rival known as previs artist: The Third Floor
  • Kishan E. Chandran known as digital artist: MPC
  • Scott Eade known as head of layout: MPC Vancouver
  • Noel Eaton known as lead production services technician
  • Matthew Eberle known as visual effects data wrangler
  • Brandon Eddington known as stereo conversion artist
  • James Eggleston known as senior stereo compositor
  • Brandon Endy known as data wrangler
  • Joe Engelke known as digital compositor
  • Scott Englert known as software engineer
  • Erick Escobales known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Derek Esparza known as senior character animator
  • Edwin Fabros known as texture painter
  • Lawrence Fagan known as spydercam flight control
  • Andrew Farris known as compositor: Legend 3D
  • Dan Feinstein known as digital compositor: Sony Imageworks
  • Juan Carlos Ferrá known as stereo compositor
  • John Fielding known as postvis artist
  • Brian Fisher known as lead compositor
  • Marilyne Fleury known as lead matte painter: MPC
  • Kristy Lynn Fortier known as associate production manager
  • Max Frankston known as VTR effects: action unit
  • Simon Fraser known as stereoscopic production coordinator
  • Josh Fritchie known as visual effects coordinator
  • Shu Fujita known as visual effects coordinator
  • Martin Furness known as senior simulation technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Anthony Garcellano known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Lloyd Garcia known as stereo artist: Legend 3 D
  • Robin Garcia known as visual effects coordinator
  • James Gardiner known as stereoscopic compositing td: prime pocus
  • Jesus Garrido known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Alec Geldart known as matte painter
  • Kevin George known as environment artist: MPC
  • Adam Ghering known as compositing supervisor: Legend3D
  • Pooya Ghobadpour known as visual effects artist
  • Bryan Godwin known as visual effects supervisor: Shade VFX
  • Michael Gomes known as technical animator
  • Claudio Gonzalez known as cloth technical director
  • Erik Gonzalez known as Lighting/compositing TD: SPI
  • Hanna Goodman known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Marcus Goodwin known as lighting department manager: MPC
  • Philip Gordon known as stereoscopic compositor: Legend 3D
  • Dylan Gottlieb known as senior lighting and compositing technical director: SPI
  • Dhruv Govil known as layout and pipeline
  • Trevor Graciano known as lead stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Cody Graham known as stereo artist
  • Oded Granot known as digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Luke Gray known as technical director
  • Pasquale Anthony Greco known as lead data wrangler
  • Josh Gridley known as co supervisor pre-visualization
  • Josh Gridley known as previsualization lead artist
  • Rhonda C. Gunner known as visual effects producer
  • Solana Hagler known as lead stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Jacob Halajian known as previsualization coordinator
  • John Haley known as senior cg supervisor: SPI
  • Miles Hall known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Faraz Hameed known as previsualization artist
  • Rose Hancock known as previs production coordinator
  • Pascal Hang known as previz character technical director
  • Patrick Harboun known as modeling and texturing lead
  • Jim Harnish known as systems manager
  • Ian A. Harris known as compositor: Shade VFX
  • Ben Harrison known as assistant production manager: stereo conversion
  • T.C. Harrison known as digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Joseph Hayden known as lighting & compositing technical director
  • Jason Hayes known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Luke Heathcock known as lighting and look-dev: SPI
  • Chris Hebert known as visual effects photographer
  • Benjamin Hendricks known as stereographic supervisor: SPI
  • Mark Herman known as visual effects editor
  • Suzanne Hillner known as data wrangler
  • David Hipp known as visual effects artist
  • Andrew Hofman known as digital effects artist
  • Mike Hopkinson known as senior stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • David Horsley known as effects animation
  • David Horsley known as visual effects artist
  • Yuka Hosomi known as compositor
  • Jeffrey John Howard known as visual effects coordinator
  • Heather Howell known as python developer: Legend 3D
  • Amanda Hui known as visual effects coordinator
  • Chris Hung known as lead lighting artist
  • Jacqueline Hutchinson known as supervising technical director: Legend 3D
  • Danny Huynh known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Amanda Hyland known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Christian Irles known as compositing supervisor: MPC
  • Albena Ivanova known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Jason Ivimey known as previs shot creator: The Third Floor Inc
  • Francesc Izquierdo known as lead crowd technical director
  • Lakshmi J.K. known as digital artist
  • Laura Jackloski known as production coordinator
  • Carl Jackson known as fx technical director
  • Phillip James known as stereoscopic depth artist: Legend 3d
  • Quan Jiang known as senior stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Michael Jimenez known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Jake Jones known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Dinesh K. Bishnoi known as matchmove artist: The Moving Picture Company
  • Kareem K.H. known as digital fx
  • Veronica Kablan known as visual effects coordinator
  • Joey Kadin known as resource specialist
  • Joey Kadin known as systems administrator
  • Georg Kaltenbrunner known as fx td: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Alihusen Kapadia known as effects artist
  • Ranajoy Kar known as lead digital artist: MPC
  • Henrik Karlsson known as senior technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Manickam Kathirvel known as machmove artist
  • Tadaomi Kawasaki known as Senior Digital Matte Painter: MPC
  • Miku Kayama known as senior lighting and compositing artist
  • Chris Kazmier known as senior effects technical director
  • Mark Keetch known as modeller
  • Stéphane Keller known as matte painter: mpc
  • Harimander Singh Khalsa known as compositing supervisor: Shade VFX
  • Bumjun Jeremy Kim known as roto-prep: MPC
  • Louis Kim known as senior compositor (Sony Pictures Imageworks)
  • Marvin Kim known as modeling supervisor
  • Seunghyuk Kim known as senior effects technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Taeyoung Kim known as lighting technical director: MPC
  • Dustin Kimmich known as previsualization artist
  • Andrea Kistler known as stereo conversion coordinator
  • Ranjith Kizakkey known as matchmove and rotomation supervisor
  • Brian Kloc known as lighting artist
  • Jamal Knight known as digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Claver Knovick known as previsualization associate production manager
  • Alana Kochno known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Allie Koppel known as previsualization accountant
  • Rohit Korgaonkar known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Arda Koyuncu known as environment modeler (Blur Studio)
  • Anthony Kramer known as compositing lead: Sony Imageworks
  • John Kreidman known as digital producer: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Ross Krothe known as senior look and lighting technical director
  • Sujay Kumar G. known as matchmove artist: MPC
  • Ashwin Kumar known as rotoscoping artist
  • Praveen Kumar known as digital artist
  • Puneeth Kunnatha known as stereoscopic paint artist
  • Aaron Kupferman known as senior compositor: SPI
  • Amit George Kuruvilla known as senior effects technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Wing Kwok known as digital compositor: SPI
  • Daniel La Chapelle known as fx animation developer
  • Davide La Sala known as senior character td
  • Charles Lai known as digital compositor
  • Alison Lake known as digital artist
  • Billy-Vu Lam known as character animator
  • Pat Lun Lam known as senior lighting technical director: Imageworks
  • Alex Lama known as rotoscoping/prep lead: MPC
  • Ganesh Lamkhade known as digital artist
  • Annie-Claude Lapierre known as visual effects coordinator
  • Kurt Lawson known as digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Cory Lee known as lead digital compositor: Pixel Playground
  • Don Lee known as visual effects supervisor: Pixel Playground
  • Jooyong Lee known as senior compositor: MPC
  • Kim Lee known as visual effects producer: Pixel Playground
  • Shun Sing Edward Lee known as senior lighting technical director
  • Stephanie C. Lee known as associate production manager
  • Suki Lee known as digital matte painter
  • Pier Lefebvre known as concept artist: MPC
  • Taylor Lenton known as lighting td
  • Samuel Leung known as lighting technical director: MPC
  • Letia Lewis known as rough layout artist
  • Claudia Li known as visual effects coordinator: MPC
  • Dominique Libungan known as production assistant: Legend3D
  • Fernando Lie known as stereoscopic paint artist: prime focus
  • Alexander Limpin known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Chen Lin known as previsualization coordinator
  • Kimberley Liptrap known as senior lighting technical director: Imageworks
  • Bryan Litson known as lighting lead
  • Marc Llorin known as senior stereo artist
  • Troy Lochner known as visual effects data coordinator
  • Jason Lodas known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Sean Looper known as senior software engineer: SPI
  • Gary L. Lopez known as stereo compositor
  • Javier Lopez-Duprey known as previsualization artist
  • Justin Louis known as visual effects
  • Melanie Lowe known as environment technical director: Moving Picture Company Vancouver
  • Viktor Lundqvist known as effects technical director: SPI
  • Derrick MacPherson known as systems admistrator
  • Celeste Madrigal known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Angela Magrath known as techanim head of department
  • Annie Mahlik known as visual effects editor: SPI
  • Nikki Makar known as senior effects technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Suraj Makhija known as digital artist: MPC
  • Supreeti Mann known as stereoscopic paint artist: prime focus
  • Mitchell Marciales known as visual effects artist
  • Aaron Marine known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Tyler Marino known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Natanya Marks known as previsualization producer
  • Sam Marks known as visual effects coordinator
  • Ed W. Marsh known as stereoscopic supervisor
  • Tony Masiello known as i/o technician: Legend 3D
  • Dexter Matias known as stereo artist: Legend3D
  • Sean W. Matthews known as visual effects assistant
  • Christopher Lucas Maw known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Nakia McGlynn known as senior technical director: lighting (Sony Pictures Imageworks)
  • Brooke McGowan known as stereo compositor
  • Raymond McLendon known as senior production services technician
  • Brandon McMenamin known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Gregory L. McMurry known as visual effects supervisor
  • Kiran Medhekar known as stereo depth compositor
  • Jesse Meler known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Chris Messineo known as visual effects
  • Brandon A. Miles known as stereoscopic conversion
  • Lex Millena known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • James Michael Miller known as assistant production manager
  • James Michael Miller known as visual effects coordinator
  • Alejandro Miranda Palombo known as digital compositor
  • Jambunatha Mn known as matchmove artist: The Moving Picture Company
  • Farhad Mohasseb known as compositor
  • Jonathan Molcan known as stereoscopic paint artist: prime focus
  • Alberto Montañés known as digital compositor: Sony Imageworks
  • Sarah Moore known as lighting & compositing: SPI
  • William Moore known as interactive lighting designer
  • Frank Mueller known as character setup lead
  • Michael Muir known as look development and lighting lead: SPI
  • Thierry Muller known as digital compositor
  • Enrique Munoz known as senior lighting & compositing technical director
  • Frances Muthaiah known as matchmove artist
  • Dileep Nadesan known as digital effects
  • Hee-Chel Nam known as digital texture artist: SPI
  • Hiroaki Narita known as effects technical director
  • Salima Needham known as digital compositor
  • Brian Neil known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Avadhut Nerurkar known as render wrangler/render support
  • Jarrod Nesbit known as digital production manager
  • Adele Ng known as visual effects lighter
  • Vincent Vu Nguyen known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Vinh Nguyen known as digital compositor
  • Vinod Nitin known as modeling and texturing artist
  • Stephen Nixon known as effects department manager: MPC
  • James P. Noon known as tracking
  • Erik Nordby known as visual effects supervisor: MPC
  • Barry O'Brien known as stereoscopic supervisor
  • Meghan O'Brien known as visual effects coordinator
  • Doug Oddy known as visual effects producer (MPC)
  • Chris Olsen known as pre-visualization artist
  • Hayri Safak Oner known as software engineer
  • Kurian Os known as pipeline technical director
  • Siegfried Ostertag known as senior visual effects technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Jojan P M known as pipeline software developer: MPC
  • Molly Pabian known as digital production manager: Shade VFX
  • Mangesh Palkrit known as assistant stereographer
  • Gurpreet Singh Pannu known as matchmove lead: MPC
  • Puja Parikh known as head of department matchmove: MPC
  • Stephane Paris known as CG supervisor: MPC
  • Taehyun Park known as modeler
  • Ian Parra known as digital compositor
  • Saurabh Patel known as senior matchmove artist
  • Jason Pauls known as stereoscopic production coordinator
  • Caprice Paxton known as stereoscopic production coordinator: Legend 3D
  • Joseph Pepper known as fx supervisor: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Angelica Perez known as digital compositor
  • Eddie Perez known as compositor
  • Marshall Petersen known as effects technical director
  • Scott C. Peterson known as stereoscopic department manager: Legend3D
  • Sandy Phetchamphone known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Brittany Piacente known as stereo artist: Legend 3 D
  • Mairin Platt known as animation coordinator
  • Stephanie Pocklington known as digital modeler
  • Andrew Poole known as visual effects production manager
  • Chris Preston-Barnes known as stereo conversion coordinator
  • Dale Pretorius known as environment technical director
  • James Prola known as stereographer: Legend 3D
  • Eren Ramadan known as assets coordinator: MPC
  • Vinoth Ramalingam known as matchmove artist
  • Sandesh Ramdev known as digital compositor
  • Austin Ramsey known as stereoscopic compositor: Legend 3D
  • Jason Ramsey known as visual effects assistant
  • Ryan Ramsey known as stereo compositor: Legend 3 D
  • Sean Ramsey known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Ambrish Rangan known as senior matchmove artist: MPC
  • Thomas Ravi known as visual effects artist
  • J. Robert Ray known as software development
  • Robert Reategui known as stereo compositor
  • Jason Reese known as it help desk lead: Legend 3D
  • Josiah Reeves known as stereo compositor
  • John Rhoads known as senior production services technician
  • Sam Rickles known as visual effects artist
  • Daniel Ricwulf known as stereo production coordinator
  • John Riddle known as technical director: Shade VFX
  • Frank Ritlop known as lighting technical director
  • Terrence Robertson-Fall known as senior character technical director: SPI
  • Samantha Rocca known as senior visual effects coordinator
  • Matt Rock known as production support
  • Taylor W. Rockwell known as senior visual effects coordinator
  • Rebecca Rose known as previsualisation artist
  • Rebecca Rose known as previsualization artist
  • Toby Rosen known as effects animation technical director
  • Jean-Paul Rovela known as lighting technical director: MPC
  • Sandeep Roy known as matchmove & rotomation
  • Alejandro Rubio known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Jason Ruitenbach known as digital restoration
  • Katya Ruslanova known as compositor: Sony Imageworks (as Ruslanova Katya)
  • Johnathan Sagris known as stereoscopic paint artist
  • Matthew Sakata known as stereo coordinator
  • Sean Samuels known as digital artist
  • V. Samundeswari known as Lead Roto/Prep: Moving Picture Company
  • Theodore M. Sandifer known as compositor artist
  • Richard Sandoval known as lighting & compositing: SPI
  • Daniel Sandoval-Guillen known as lead compositor: legend3d
  • David Schaub known as animation supervisor
  • Jacopo Sebastiani known as previs artist: The Third Floor
  • David Serrano known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Chirag R. Shah known as Matchmove & Rotomation: APM (Sony Pictures Imageworks))
  • Swati Shamsundar Malu known as matchmove artist: The Moving Picture Company
  • Jeff Shapiro known as visual effects accountant
  • Sean A. Sheehan known as stereoscopic compositor: visual effects
  • Cameron Shepler known as visual effects artist
  • Rick Shine known as visual effects
  • Swain Shiv known as visual effects artist
  • Mads Simonsen known as previs artist: The Third Floor Inc.
  • Brian Smallwood known as senior compositor: SPI
  • David A. Smith known as digital effects supervisor
  • Jason Patrick Smith known as previsualization supervisor (as Patrick Smith)
  • Ryan T. Smolarek known as senior digital compositor: SPI
  • Sharmishtha Sohoni known as senior ligthing and compositing technical director
  • Mark Soraci known as stereo artist
  • Janani Sridhar known as stereoscopic paint artist
  • Nick Starcevic known as animator: SPI
  • Jason Stellwag known as cloth & hair technical director: SPI
  • Cameron Stephens known as Digital Coordinator
  • Jeff Stern known as lookdev and lighting artist
  • Orde Stevanoski known as compositing pipeline lead
  • Aaron Strasbourg known as stereoscopic paint artist: Prime Focus
  • Joe Strasser known as look development and lighting lead: SPI
  • Frederick George Stuhrberg known as 3d scanning
  • Russ Sueyoshi known as senior lighting and compositing technical director
  • Daniel Sunwoo known as senior compositor: SPI
  • Prapanch Swamy known as senior technical director: lighting: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Albert Szostkiewicz known as senior effects technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Kaz Tanaka known as color scientist
  • Ronen Tanchum known as senior effects technical director
  • Taisuke Tanimura known as senior software engineer
  • Marcus Taormina known as digital production manager
  • Martin Tardif known as senior lighting technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Olivier Thibaut known as senior software developer: MPC
  • Jason Thielen known as previsualization artist
  • Sunny Thipsidakhom known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Cameron Thomas known as compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Brian Thomason known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Neil Thompsett known as paint team lead
  • Dan Tindell known as previsualization artist
  • Will Towle known as digital compositor
  • Ted Trabucco known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Jean Tsai known as production services technician
  • Chris W. Tucker known as stereo production coordinator
  • Marco Tudini known as visual effects artist
  • Ryan Tulloch known as lighting technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Cosku Turhan known as senior look development/lighting lead
  • Andrew Turner known as visual effects coordinator
  • Simon Twine known as compositor
  • Max Tyrie known as animation lead
  • Johan Vagstedt known as digital artist
  • Chloe Valdecantos known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Mauricio Valderrama known as compositor
  • Jelle Van de Weghe known as previsualization artist
  • Leigh van der Byl known as texture painter: The Moving Picture Company
  • David Van Dyke known as visual effects executive producer: Shade VFX
  • Pieter Van Houte known as senior compositor
  • Olivier Van Zeveren known as digital artist
  • Mohit Varde known as stereo compositor/elements QC artist
  • Amy Vatanakul known as pre-visualization artist
  • Arpita Venugopal known as effects technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • Sreejith Venugopalan known as compositor: MPC
  • Nitin Vinod known as modeling and texturing artist
  • Chris Waegner known as CG supervisor
  • Eric Walls known as previsualization artist
  • Ryan Walton known as previsualization artist
  • Jay Warren known as visual effects producer: Colorworks
  • Bob Wiatr known as senior digital compositor: SPI
  • Shane Christopher Wicklund known as digital compositor: The Moving Picture Company
  • Aaron Williams known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Shanese Williams known as i/o technician: Legend 3D
  • Wade Wilson known as lead creature effects technical director: MPC
  • Jann Wimmer known as digital resource manager
  • Sam Winkler known as visual effects artist
  • Robert Winter known as CG supervisor
  • Patrick Witting known as effects animation lead: SPI
  • Jessica Wolff known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Eddy Wolfson known as stereo compositor
  • Megan Wong known as visual effects coordinator: MPC
  • Gavin Wright known as previs supervisor
  • Tyquane Wright known as lighting and compositing: SPI
  • Elbert Yen known as texture paint supervisor: SPI
  • Daniel Zamora known as previs artist
  • Alyssa Zarate known as digital matte painter: The Moving Picture Company
  • Joffrey Zeitouni known as previsualization artist
  • David Zeng known as visual effects artist
  • Yi Zhao known as color & lighting technical director
  • Marteinn Örn Óskarsson known as pipeline technical director
  • Priya Ayengar known as lead stereoscopic paint (uncredited)
  • Nicolás Casanova known as digital compositor: Legend 3D (uncredited)
  • Anthony Dunifer known as additional stereoscopic compositing supervisor: Legend 3D (uncredited)
  • Jonathan Harden known as software developer (uncredited)
  • Travis Hoecker known as assistant vfx editor: legend 3d (uncredited)
  • Anish Holla known as senior production coordinator (uncredited)
  • Julie Liu known as environment coordinator (uncredited)
  • Craig McPherson known as animator (uncredited : Sony Pictures Imageworks)
  • Andrea Lackey Pace known as executive director of production services and resources (uncredited)
  • Jeremie Passerin known as rigger: Blur Studio (uncredited)
  • Grant Robertson known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Lesley Rooney known as texture artist (uncredited)
  • Daniel Tiesling known as development specialist (uncredited)
  • Chris Tost known as animator: SPI (uncredited)
  • John B. Wallace known as texture painter (uncredited)

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi action/violence

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