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The Help (2011)

  • Rate: 8.0/10 total 129,658 votes 
  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 10 August 2011 (USA)
  • Runtime: USA:146 min
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  • IMDb page: The Help (2011)
  • Rate: 8.0/10 total 129,658 votes 
  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 10 August 2011 (USA)
  • Runtime: USA:146 min
  • Filming Location: Greenwood, Mississippi, USA
  • Budget: $25,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $211,608,112(Worldwide)(8 March 2012)
  • Director: Tate Taylor
  • Stars: Emma Stone, Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer|See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: Thomas Newman   
  • Soundtrack: Hallelujah I Love Her So
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | SDDS | Datasat
  • Plot Keyword: Friend | 1960s | Mississippi | Friendship | Maid

Writing Credits By:

  • Tate Taylor (screenplay)
  • Kathryn Stockett (novel)

Known Trivia

  • Melissa Molinaro auditioned for the role of Celia Foote.
  • Costars Emma Stone and Bryce Dallas Howard have both played Gwen Stacy in a Spider-Man movie.
  • The book store in the film, Avent & Clark Booksellers, was named after Avent Clark, a production assistant on the film from Greenwood, MS.
  • Jessica Chastain, a vegan, ate soy ice cream melted in the microwave to gain weight for the role of Celia Foote.
  • Kathryn Stockett’s book on which this film is based was rejected 60 times before it was eventually published.
  • Hilly’s house is actually a residential property and the featured cream couch was already part of it.
  • The painting above Celia’s fireplace was found in the basement of a hospital, while the two armchairs from that scene were found in a second-hand store.
  • Allison Janney and Brian Kerwin are married in this film. In The West Wing Janney’s character dated a park ranger played by Kerwin.
  • Skeeter’s bookshelf contains the following books: Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man, Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, and Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind. All three of these books are discussed many times in the original novel.
  • Director Tate Taylor and the author of the book, Kathryn Stockett, were childhood friends in Jackson, Mississippi.

Goofs: Continuity: When Stuart stands up frustrated that Skeeter won't accept his apology, his tie switches from being centered and off to the side in different shots.

Plot: An aspiring author during the civil rights movement of the 1960s decides to write a book detailing the African-American maids' point of view on the white families for which they work, and the hardships they go through on a daily basis. Full summary »  »

Story: Set in Mississippi during the 1960s, Skeeter (Stone) is a southern society girl who returns from college determined to become a writer, but turns her friends' lives — and a Mississippi town — upside down when she decides to interview the black women who have spent their lives taking care of prominent southern families. Aibileen (Davis), Skeeter's best friend's housekeeper, is the first to open up — to the dismay of her friends in the tight-knit black community. Despite Skeeter's life-long friendships hanging in the balance, she and Aibileen continue their collaboration and soon more women come forward to tell their stories — and as it turns out, they have a lot to say. Along the way, unlikely friendships are forged and a new sisterhood emerges, but not before everyone in town has a thing or two to say themselves when they become unwittingly — and unwillingly — caught up in the changing times.Written by Walt Disney Pictures  


Synopsis: In civil-rights era Jackson, Mississippi, Eugenia "Skeeter" Phelan (Emma Stone), a recent graduate of the University of Mississippi, attends a bridge game at the home of her socialite friend Elizabeth Leefolt (Ahna O'Reilly). Elizabeth’s maid, Aibileen Clark (Viola Davis), fields a call from "white trash" Celia Foote (Jessica Chastain), who wants to help with a benefit being organized by the Junior League. Elizabeth and fellow socialite Hilly Holbrook (Bryce Dallas Howard), head of the local Junior League chapter, laugh at Celia’s efforts to be accepted, as they don’t think she’s up to their social standards. Celia mentions to Aibileen that she’s looking for a maid. After refusing to use Elizabeth’s toilet because Aibileen uses it ("they carry different diseases than we do!"), Hilly describes the Home Health Sanitation Initiative she hopes to get passed in the state legislature. The bill would require white-owned homes to have a separate toilet for the Negro "help." This conversation is conducted within earshot of Aibileen.

Skeeter has been assigned to write the Miss Myrna housekeeping column for the local newspaper. Because she never had to do much housework herself, she asks Aibileen for assistance. In addition to doing all the cooking and cleaning for Elizabeth’s family, Aibileen is the de facto mother of Elizabeth’s toddler-aged daughter, Mae Mobley (Eleanor Henry and Emma Henry), for whom Elizabeth shows heart-rendingly little concern. Every day Aibileen tells Mae Mobley, "You is kind. You is smart. You is important."

Skeeter goes home and sees her mother Charlotte (Allison Janney) trying on a dress. Charlotte gets Skeeter to try it on and bugs her about still being single. Skeeter mentions the job she landed, and her mother frets that she’ll never get married. Charlotte asks whether Skeeter is attracted to women, as she’s "heard of an herbal remedy than can cure such ‘unnatural’ urges." Skeeter is horrified.

At dinner that night Skeeter makes a rude remark about liking girls and her mother excuses herself from the table because Skeeter has upset her cancerous ulcer. Skeeter runs to a favorite spot outdoors, a small bench under a tree, and remembers how Constantine (Cicely Tyson), the maid who raised her from a child, comforted her when she wasn’t asked to a dance. Skeeter desperately misses Constantine, who according to Charlotte quit while Skeeter was away at college. Skeeter can tell there’s more to the story, but no one will tell her what really happened. Disturbed by the sudden loss of Constantine and at how Elizabeth and Hilly treat their own maids with bigoted condescension, Skeeter conceives a writing project: a book about the lives of Jackson’s maids. She describes the project to Elaine Stein (Mary Steenburgen), an editor in New York, and receives lukewarm encouragement; Elaine doubts that any maids will agree to participate. Skeeter approaches Aibeleen about the book, but Aibileen declines to be interviewed.

Hilly’s maid, Minny Jackson (Octavia Spencer), disobeys Hilly’s order not to use the family’s bathroom during a violent thunderstorm that makes a trip to the outhouse dangerous. Hilly fires her over the objections of her own mother, Mrs. Walters (Sissy Spacek). In retaliation, Minny bakes a chocolate pie into which she has baked her own feces, and takes it to Hilly in a fake act of contrition. While Hilly greedily eats two slices, she asks why her mother can’t have a slice, to which Minny explains that it’s a "special pie, just for Miss Hilly." A moment later Minny tells Hilly, "Eat my shit!" Hilly asks if Minny’s lost her mind, and Minny replies, "No, ma’am, but you is about to. ‘Cause you just did." Hilly’s mother laughs and laughs and Hilly retaliates by having her mother committed to a nursing home.

Later that night, Minny’s husband beats her while Aibileen listens on the phone.

At church the next day, Aibileen hears the preacher deliver a sermon about courage and changing her mind, resolves to help Skeeter with her book. She tearfully recounts to Skeeter and Minny the story of her son’s death years before: At age twenty-four, Aibileen’s son was run over by a truck at his workplace. The white foreman drove him to a colored hospital, dumped him on the ground, honked the horn, and left. By that point it was too late to save him, so Aibileen brought him home, where he died on the sofa right before her eyes. She expresses her pain, saying "The anniversary of his death comes every year, and every year I can’t breathe. But to you all, it’s just another day of bridge." She becomes even more invested in the dangerous book project.

Meanwhile Minny goes to work for Celia Foote, who is married to Hilly’s former boyfriend. Celia is ill at ease with the social rules in Jackson and is having no luck breaking into the Junior League. Celia pays Minny under the table because she doesn’t want her husband to know that she has no domestic skills. Although she is generally suspicious of white people, Minny finds herself becoming more comfortable around Celia, who is bubbly and treats Minny with respect, but is deeply insecure. Minny improves Celia’s dismal cooking skills by teaching her how to make fried chicken on her first day. They bond further when Celia suffers her fourth miscarriage. While Minny helps her into bed and soothes her, Celia is overwrought. She reveals that she married her husband Johnny (Mike Vogel) because she was pregnant, but quickly lost the baby and hasn’t told him about the three failed pregnancies that followed. She worries that she will never be able to have children.

Hilly’s new maid, Yule Mae (Aunjanue Ellis), explains to her employer that her twin sons have graduated high school and that she and her husband have been saving for years to send them to college. However, they are short $75 on one tuition, and are on the verge of having to choose which son can go. Yule Mae respectfully asks Hilly for a loan, saying that she will gladly work for free until the loan is paid off. Hilly refuses, explaining that it’s "the Christian thing" to do because God does not give charity to those who are well and able. While vacuuming Hilly’s living room later, Yule Mae finds a ring, which she pockets and later tries to pawn, hoping to get the tuition money. Hilly finds out and has Yule Mae arrested at the bus stop in front of the other maids, all of whom are deeply shaken by the event.

Aibileen recruits a reluctant Minny into the book project, but Elaine Stein (who’s warming to the project) insists the book will need at least a dozen voices — including the story of Skeeter’s own relationship with Constantine. After Yule Mae’s arrest, nearly all the local maids volunteer to help with the book. Though she has changed the names of everyone involved, Skeeter remains concerned that people will recognize the maids and create more trouble for the Negro community in the wake of the recent murder of Medgar Evars. Minny insists that they include the story about Hilly and the chocolate pie — which she refers to as her "terrible awful" — as insurance against being identified; an embarrassed Hilly will not want anyone to know that she ingested her maid’s feces and will do all she can to convince everyone that the book isn’t about Jackson.

Hilly has several times directed Skeeter, who writes the Junior League newsletter, to include an item about her proposed "sanitation initiative," but Skeeter keeps putting her off. Now Hilly adds an item about a charity coat drive — the coats for which are to be dropped off at Hilly’s house. Skeeter includes both items, but changes "coats" to something else.

The next day Elizabeth gets a call and rushes herself, Mae Mobley, and Aibileen over to Hilly’s, where Hilly is screaming, "I told her to write ‘coats’! Not ‘commodes’!" On Hilly’s lawn there sit about 40 toilets. While Hilly continues her histrionics, Mae Mobley innocently sits on a toilet and Elizabeth slaps her till she sobs. Mae Mobley runs to Aibileen, who holds her and whispers, "You is kind. You is smart. You is important."

Skeeter eventually pries the story of Constantine’s departure out of her mother: Charlotte fired Constantine because Constantine’s daughter Rachel (LaChanze) refused to use the back door and embarrassed Charlotte while she was hosting an important DAR luncheon. Charlotte regretted it and tried to get Constantine to come back, going so far as to send her son, Skeeter’s brother, to Constantine’s new home in Chicago, but by the time he got there, Constantine had died.

Skeeter’s book The Help is published anonymously, and soon everyone in Jackson is reading it. True to Minny’s prediction, Hilly is horrified to find the chocolate pie story therein and goes out of her way to assure her friends that The Help isn’t about Jackson. Skeeter splits the advance she receives evenly among all the maids, promising that more is on the way. She’s offered a job at the publishing house in New York, which she is disinclined to take, but Aibileen and Minny insist that she must.

Stuart Whitworth (Chris Lowell), whom Skeeter has been dating, breaks up with Skeeter when he finds out it was she who wrote the book. Hilly also figures out who wrote the book and storms over to Skeeter’s house in a drunken fury. She threatens to tell Skeeter’s mother, but Charlotte kicks Hilly off her property after insulting her and insinuating she knows about the pie. Charlotte tells Skeeter to take the job in New York, which Skeeter does, and Charlotte tells her she’s proud of her for what she’s done.

Celia works hard to prepare a lavish meal for Minny in gratitude for all she has done. Celia’s husband, who has known all along that Minny is working for Celia, tells Minny she will have a job with them for as long as she wants it. Inspired, Minny leaves her abusive husband, taking their children with her.

One of the final scenes shows Hilly taking in her mail. One item is a check for $200, a donation from Celia to the Junior League benefit. When she sees that the check is made out to "Two-Slice Hilly," she throws a tantrum and tears it up.

Hilly, falsely claiming that Aibileen has stolen some silverware, browbeats the weak-willed Elizabeth into firing Aibileen. When alone with Aibileen, Hilly cruelly tells her that while she cannot send Aibileen to jail for her involvement in the book, she can send her "for being a thief." Aibileen snaps and finally stands up to Hilly, calling her a "godless woman" for her conniving and backstabbing ways, at which Hilly bursts into tears of rage and leaves. Mae Mobley begs Aibileen not to leave her, and they share a tearful goodbye. Elizabeth shows a rare glimpse of emotion, tearing up as she watches Mae Mobley bang on the window, crying for Aibileen to return. As she walks away, Aibileen promises herself that she will become a writer, as her son had encouraged her to do.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Mohamed Khalaf Al-Mazrouei known as executive producer (as Mohamed Mubarak Al Mazrouel)
  • Michael Barnathan known as producer
  • Nate Berkus known as executive producer
  • Jennifer Blum known as executive producer
  • Chris Columbus known as producer
  • Brunson Green known as producer
  • L. Dean Jones Jr. known as executive producer
  • Sonya Lunsford known as co-producer
  • John Norris known as executive producer
  • Mark Radcliffe known as executive producer
  • Jeff Skoll known as executive producer
  • Tate Taylor known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Emma Stone known as Skeeter Phelan
  • Viola Davis known as Aibileen Clark
  • Bryce Dallas Howard known as Hilly Holbrook
  • Octavia Spencer known as Minny Jackson
  • Jessica Chastain known as Celia Foote
  • Ahna O'Reilly known as Elizabeth Leefolt
  • Allison Janney known as Charlotte Phelan
  • Anna Camp known as Jolene French
  • Eleanor Henry known as Mae Mobley
  • Emma Henry known as Mae Mobley
  • Chris Lowell known as Stuart Whitworth
  • Cicely Tyson known as Constantine Jefferson
  • Mike Vogel known as Johnny Foote
  • Sissy Spacek known as Missus Walters
  • Brian Kerwin known as Robert Phelan
  • Wes Chatham known as Carlton Phelan
  • Aunjanue Ellis known as Yule Mae Davis
  • Ted Welch known as William Holbrook
  • Shane McRae known as Raleigh Leefolt
  • Roslyn Ruff known as Pascagoula
  • Tarra Riggs known as Gretchen
  • Leslie Jordan known as Mr. Blackly
  • Mary Steenburgen known as Elain Stein
  • Tiffany Brouwer known as Rebecca
  • Carol Sutton known as Cora
  • Millicent Bolton known as Callie
  • Ashley Johnson known as Mary Beth Caldwell
  • Ritchie Montgomery known as Bus Driver
  • Don Brock known as White Bus Passenger
  • Florence 'Flo' Roach known as Maid #1
  • Nelsan Ellis known as Henry The Waiter
  • David Oyelowo known as Preacher Green
  • LaChanze known as Rachel (as La Chanze)
  • Dana Ivey known as Gracie Higginbotham
  • Becky Fly known as Woman in Grocery Store
  • Sheerene Whitfield known as Maid #2
  • Cleta Elaine Ellington known as Donna The Receptionist (as Cleta E. Ellington)
  • Henry Carpenter known as Jameso
  • John Taylor known as Missus Walters' Date
  • Charles Cooper known as Tire Winner @ Ballroom #1
  • Diana Cooper known as Tire Winner @ Ballroom #
  • Coyt Bailey known as Party Guest #3
  • Wade Cottonfield known as Lead Singer of Band
  • Kelsey Scot known as Sugar Jackson (as Kelsey Scott)
  • Amy Beckwith known as Bridge Club
  • Sloane Fair known as Bridge Club
  • Anna Jennings known as Bridge Club
  • Lauren Miller known as Bridge Club
  • Elizabeth Smith known as Bridge Club
  • Mary Taylor Killebrew known as Bridge Club
  • Kathryn Ursy known as Bridge Club
  • Stephanie Ward known as Bridge Club (as Steffany Ward)
  • Julie Ann Doan known as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Jordan Sudduth known as Restaurant Gallant (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Gloria Belz known as makeup artist
  • Melinda Dunn known as additional hair stylist (as Lindy Dunn)
  • Camille Friend known as hair department head
  • Vincent Gideon known as hair stylist
  • Sandy Jo Johnston known as additional makeup artist
  • Denise Paulson known as key makeup artist (as Denise L. Paulson)
  • Jami Ross known as additional makeup artist
  • Roxanne Wightman known as key hair stylist
  • Brad Wilder known as makeup department head
  • Linda Williams known as additional makeup artist (as Linda Boykin-Williams)
  • Coni Andress known as hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Deborah Ball known as hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Natasha Ladek known as wig maker (uncredited)
  • Beka Wilson known as hair stylist (uncredited)

Art Department:

  • Sheila Bartlett known as standby painter
  • Rick Bernos known as scenic foreman
  • Troy Borisy known as leadman
  • Campbell Brewer known as swing gang (as Charles Campbell Brewer)
  • Tony Bridgers known as construction foreman
  • Timothy Burgard known as storyboard artist (as Tim Burgard)
  • Travis Clark known as warehouse manager
  • Kenneth R. Cole known as propmaker foreman
  • Darian Corley known as property assistant
  • Henry Dando known as greens foreman
  • Jeno Dellicolli known as on-set dresser
  • Ken Deubel III known as scenic foreman (as Ken Deubel)
  • Terry Deubel known as paint foreman (as Terry A. Deubel)
  • Rachel A. Flores known as assistant property master
  • Karen Frick known as property assistant
  • Robert L. Girard known as foreman
  • Dale Gordon known as foreman
  • Michael Gowen known as construction buyer (as Michael B. Gowen)
  • Frank Gray III known as property assistant
  • Steve A. Hagberg known as construction coordinator (as Steve Hagberg)
  • Todd Hatfield known as scenic foreman
  • Adam Henderson known as swing gang
  • Cindy Ichikawa known as art department coordinator (as Cindy M. Ichikawa)
  • Katy Jensen known as swing gang (as M. Katy Jensen)
  • Joie Todd Kerns known as swing gang
  • Ellen Lampl known as production illustrator
  • Bruce Lehay known as swing gang
  • Matt Lindahl known as swing gang
  • James Manley known as labor foreman
  • Sergey Mazurov known as foreman
  • Josh Moceri known as swing gang (as Joseph Moceri)
  • Steven Reddington known as swing gang
  • Spencer H. Register known as swing gang (as Spencer Register)
  • Paul Sonski known as set designer
  • Chris Ubick known as property master
  • Randy Uhlig known as foreman
  • Bobby L. Vaughn known as tool foreman (as Bobby Vaughn)
  • Joe Voda known as foreman
  • Stephanie Waldron known as greens foreman
  • Chris Grantz known as set dresser (uncredited)
  • Jerod Johnson known as painter (uncredited)
  • Peggy Johnson known as paint forman (uncredited)
  • Thomas V. Johnson known as lead scenic (uncredited)
  • Arin Ladish known as buyer (uncredited)
  • Eshom Nelms known as storyboard artist (uncredited)
  • Albert Seiler known as props (uncredited)




Production Companies:

  • DreamWorks SKG (presents) (as DreamWorks Pictures)
  • Reliance Entertainment (presents)
  • Participant Media (in association with)
  • Imagenation Abu Dhabi FZ (in association with) (as Imagenation Abu Dhabi)
  • 1492 Pictures
  • Harbinger Pictures

Other Companies:

  • Liquid Soul Media  marketing and promotion
  • 360 Communication Rentals  walkies and cell phones
  • Audio Head Post  adr recording facility
  • Capitol Records  music recording facility
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera car
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Cleared By Ashley  production clearances
  • Digital Media Services (DMS)  digital marketing asset management
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
  • EFilm  digital intermediate
  • Footsteps Post-Production Sound Inc.  foley recording facility
  • Geffen Records  soundtrack
  • Got Films  camera equipment provided by (world premier)
  • Helen Uffner Vintage Clothing  vintage clothing rentals
  • Hollywood Trucks  entertainment transportation
  • Intelligent Media  international monitoring agency
  • Momentous Insurance Brokerage  insurance
  • Newman Scoring Stage, Twentieth Century Fox Studios, The  orchestra recording facility
  • Prologue Films  main and end titles
  • Reprise Music Services  music preparation
  • Road Rebel  production travel
  • Scarlet Letters  end crawl
  • Silver Screen Supply  production supplies
  • Sony Pictures Studios  adr recording facility
  • The Village  music mixing facility
  • Todd-AO Studios (West)  re-recording facility (as Todd-AO West)
  • Tomkats Catering  catering
  • Transportation Resources  transportation equipment
  • Varèse Sarabande  score album


  • Touchstone Pictures (2011) (worldwide) (all media) (presents)
  • Feelgood Entertainment (2011) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Forum Cinemas (2011) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
  • Forum Hungary (2011) (Hungary) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2012) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2011) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2011) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2011) (France) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2011) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2011) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2011) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Italia (2012) (Italy) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios (2012) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Intercontinental Video (2011) (Hong Kong) (DVD)
  • Intercontinental Video (2011) (Hong Kong) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Showtime (2012) (USA) (TV) (cable)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2012) (Greece) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (Argentina) (DVD)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (Argentina) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Zon Lusomundo Audiovisuais (2011) (Portugal) (all media)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Pixel Magic (visual effects)

Visual Effects by:

  • Christine Cobb known as visual effects coordinator: Pixel Magic
  • Hal Cohen known as visual effects project manager: EFilm
  • Rif Dagher known as cg supervisor: Pixel Magic
  • Victor DiMichina known as visual effects technical production supervisor: Pixel Magic
  • Patrick Flanagan known as 2d artist: Pixel Magic
  • Adam Folse known as 2d artist: Pixel Magic
  • Andrew Francis known as digital colorist: Efilm
  • Erik Holman known as 2d artist: Pixel Magic
  • Montu Jariwala known as environment artist
  • Steven Lloyd known as 2d artist: Pixel Magic (as Steve Lloyd)
  • John R. McConnell known as 2d artist: Pixel Magic (as John McConnell)
  • Ray McIntyre Jr. known as visual effects supervisor: Pixel Magic
  • Ray Scalice known as visual effects producer: Pixel Magic
  • Saravanan Stalin known as visual effects supervisor: Vensat
  • Patrick Trahan known as 2d artist: Pixel Magic
  • Anthony Vingas known as 2d artist: Pixel Magic
  • Jordan Alphonso known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Daniel Brimer known as visual effects producer: Digital Domain (uncredited)
  • Patrick Clancey known as digital opticals (uncredited)
  • Anthony D'Agostino known as digital compositor: Pixel Magic (uncredited)
  • John Follmer known as visual effects executive producer: VenSat America (uncredited)
  • Christopher Keith known as visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
  • Raju known as visual effects artist (uncredited)
  • David Ridlen known as visual effects artist (uncredited)
  • Diganta Saha known as systems administrator: Prologue (uncredited)
  • Doug Spilatro known as visual effects (uncredited)
  • Makana Sylva known as compositor: Pixel Magic (uncredited)
  • Venkat Karunakar Uday known as visual effects artist: Vensat Tech (uncredited)
  • Justin van der Lek known as visual effects lead: Digital Domain (uncredited)

Release Date:

  • USA 9 August 2011 (Beverly Hills, California) (premiere)
  • Canada 10 August 2011
  • USA 10 August 2011
  • UK 14 August 2011 (Empire Big Screen)
  • Australia 1 September 2011
  • France 2 September 2011 (Deauville American Film Festival)
  • Israel 8 September 2011
  • Hungary 17 September 2011 (Jameson Cinefest International Film Festival)
  • Hong Kong 22 September 2011
  • Sweden 23 September 2011
  • Switzerland 2 October 2011 (Zurich Film Festival)
  • Portugal 5 October 2011
  • UK 5 October 2011 (London) (premiere)
  • Finland 7 October 2011
  • Germany 7 October 2011 (Hamburg Film Festival)
  • Norway 7 October 2011
  • Belgium 12 October 2011 (Gent International Film Festival)
  • Brazil 14 October 2011 (Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival)
  • Lithuania 14 October 2011
  • Singapore 20 October 2011
  • France 26 October 2011
  • Ireland 26 October 2011
  • UK 26 October 2011
  • Iceland 28 October 2011
  • Spain 28 October 2011
  • Greece 2 November 2011 (Panorama of European Cinema)
  • Hungary 3 November 2011
  • Poland 4 November 2011
  • Malta 9 November 2011
  • Thailand 10 November 2011
  • Estonia 11 November 2011
  • Denmark 17 November 2011
  • Greece 24 November 2011
  • Kuwait 24 November 2011
  • India 25 November 2011
  • Germany 8 December 2011
  • Belgium 28 December 2011
  • Netherlands 29 December 2011
  • Argentina 12 January 2012
  • Chile 12 January 2012
  • Peru 12 January 2012
  • Italy 20 January 2012
  • Venezuela 20 January 2012
  • Czech Republic 26 January 2012
  • Colombia 27 January 2012
  • Brazil 3 February 2012
  • Bulgaria 3 February 2012
  • Slovakia 9 February 2012
  • Turkey 10 February 2012
  • Russia 16 February 2012
  • Mexico 17 February 2012
  • Hong Kong 24 February 2012 (re-release)
  • Japan 25 February 2012 (Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival)
  • Japan 31 March 2012
  • Japan 7 October 2012 (Tokyo Gohan Film Festival)

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for thematic material



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