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The Next Three Days (2010)

  • Rate: 7.4/10 total 66,061 votes 
  • Genre: Crime | Drama | Romance | Thriller
  • Release Date: 19 November 2010 (USA)
  • Runtime: 133 min | Portugal:132 min
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  • IMDb page: The Next Three Days (2010)
  • Rate: 7.4/10 total 66,061 votes 
  • Genre: Crime | Drama | Romance | Thriller
  • Release Date: 19 November 2010 (USA)
  • Runtime: 133 min | Portugal:132 min
  • Filming Location: Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia
  • Budget: $35,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $21,129,348(USA)(2 January 2011)
  • Director: Paul Haggis
  • Stars: Russell Crowe, Elizabeth Banks and Liam Neeson
  • Original Music By: Danny Elfman   
  • Soundtrack: Waltz Trio Session
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | DTS | SDDS
  • Plot Keyword: Evidence | Murder | Argument | Murder Weapon | County Jail

Writing Credits By:

  • Paul Haggis (screenplay)
  • Fred Cavayé (screenplay "Pour elle") and
  • Guillaume Lemans (screenplay "Pour elle")

Known Trivia

  • Paul Haggis and Olivia Wilde share the same birthday.
  • Elizabeth Banks had previously played a family woman accused of murder in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
  • The telephone and fax numbers on the labwork are the actual numbers for Med-Health Services in Monroeville, PA, a real medical lab facility.
  • The labwork that John scans with his iPhone shows the director’s as “JP Jones, M.D.”. John Paul “JP” Jones was the property master for the film.
  • The “bump key” technique used by Crowe does actually work as portrayed, on cylinder locks.
  • When the family is going through airport security, a picture of Osama Bin Laden can be clearly seen on the agent’s computer screen as part of a gallery of wanted criminals used to screen passengers.
  • John prints an ad for a helicopter pilot posted on Craig’s List. It was dated October 14, 2011.

Goofs: Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When offering to take her grandson to a folk festival, John's mother mispronounces the name of the city, Kutztown, which is in eastern Pennsylvania and quite a long drive from Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania residents would be well aware of the correct pronunciation. The U in Kutztown has the same sound as the OO in "book."

Plot: A married couple's life is turned upside down when the wife is accused of a murder. Full summary »  »

Story: Lara Brennan is arrested for murdering her boss with whom she had an argument. It seems she was seen leaving the scene of the crime and her fingerprints were on the murder weapon. Her husband, John would spend the next few years trying to get her released, but there's no evidence that negates the evidence against her. And when the strain of being separated from her family, especially her son, gets to her, John decides to break her out. So he does a lot of research to find a way.Written by  


Synopsis: The credits roll with John Brennan (Russel Crowe) driving a Prius. He has a passenger who is making moaning sounds about how he can’t breathe. Suddenly, the guy stops moaning.

Titles say "Last three years." John and Lara Brennan (Elizabeth Banks), and his brother Mick (Michael Buie) and wife Erit (Moran Atias) are out to dinner and it is not going well. Erit and Lara are fighting over whether it’s a good idea for women to work for other women and it turns into a real nasty verbal cat fight. Lara has just had a big fight with her boss. John and Lara head home, relieve the sitter, and make out. Next morning, she injects herself with insulin. As she’s getting ready, she notices a spot on her rain jacket and is washing it out in the sink – just as she realizes that it’s blood, the police storm in and arrest her for the murder of her boss. Their 3 year old son Luke (Tyler & Toby Green) is bawling.

Three years later, John is a community college teacher who is teaching English. He tries to manage his job and raising Luke (now 7 and played by Tyler Simpkins). Lara is in the Alleghaney County jail (Pittsburgh, PA), having been convicted of the murder. Her case is on appeal. She’s allowed contact visits and he brings Luke to the jail. Lara’s story is that she physically bumped into someone in the parking garage at her work who must have been the actual killer. She heard a button pop.

Lara’s lawyer (Daniel Stern) tells John that all hope is lost. John tells Lara. She attempts suicide. During the next three months, he resolves to spring her out and leave the country and starts to make a plan.

He gets library books about prison life and how to escape. He meets with, Damon Pennington (Liam Neeson), an ex-con who gives him some tips. He has 15 minutes to get out of the centre of the city and 35 minutes to get out of the metro region, in this case, Pittsburgh. He will need three passports, a social security card that will pass a credit check and driver’s licenses. He will also need money to live off because without money he will have no friends. He needs a foreign getaway such as Yemen, with poor relations with the USA. Penningtion tells him to look for ways to break the jail routines. Pennington also says that if he does this, he must decide that he is a guy who is willing to shoot a guard and run over a lady with a stroller, and if he’s not, then don’t start because he’ll just get someone hurt.

He starts scouting, scoping the jail, the routine, taking pictures, making maps, planning.

John buys oxy-contin from street dealers and asks them about fake IDs. One dealer directs him to a noisy bar to see another guy, but he gets beaten and robbed.

While he’s at the park with Luke, he meets Nicole (Olivia Wilde), a divorced woman with a girl about Luke’s age.

He sees a video on the Internet about how to make a bump key. He tries to make a bump key, but it gets jammed when he tries to use it in a practice run on the jail elevator. He tries to move it, but the key breaks off in the lock. The jail sergeant interrogates him, he denies being by the elevator (the surveilance video was not clear). He vomits hurls when he walks out of the jail. The cops who investigated his wife (Aisha Hinds and Jason Beghe) see him throw up and go visit him at his house, but he doesn’t answer the door. John puts the house on the market.

He often leaves Luke with his parents (Hellen Carey and Bryan Dennehy) over the weekend. John is upset his mother doesn’t seem to believe Lara is innocent.

While scouting, he notices a medical van visit the jail. He reads on the Internet how you can use a tennis ball with a hole in it to open a car door. While the driver is in inside a building, he breaks into the vehicle, photos a copy of Lara’s blood work. At home he photoshops the blood work report so that Lara’s glucose level looks dangerously high.

A deaf guy (Zachary Sondrini) who was in the bar where he got jumped tells John that he read his lips and that he’ll make the IDs for a fee. He gets the IDs from him, but the deaf guy warns him that he wants it too much after John doesn’t follow his instructions regarding their meeting.

John buys a gun.

Luke and John see Nicole and her daughter at a park again and they invite Luke to the daughter’s 7th birthday party. John admits his wife is in jail for murder.

Suddenly, Lara is being moved to prison in three days.

John’s dad can tell that something is up and sees plane tickets and passports among his papers. He shakes his hand and gives him a hug, implying that he knows what he’s up to and that he has his blessing.

John only has a couple of grand. He can’t get the house to close any faster. He parks near a bank and puts on a baseball hat and sunglasses. The bank guard opens the door for a lady with a stroller and he chickens out, backs out without looking and almost hits a mom and her child. He decides to follow a drug dealer and tails the bright red Challenger. He charges the meth lab house with his gun and tries to find out where the money stash is. He shoots the leader to show he means business and sets the house on fire with alcohol. The leader claims his kid is upstairs and dashes off, John follows warily. After a short gunfight the leader is dead and the street dealer is badly wounded. John finds an open safe of cash and fills a duffel bag. He starts to leave, but the dealer begs him not to let him die here. Backing out John breaks his tail lamp lens. Back to the scene from the credits. John leaves the dealer’s body on a transit bench.

In the morning John and Luke pack up. John tears down his planning wall collage and puts one garbage bag in the neighbor’s bin, the other down the street. John breaks into the medical van with Luke in the car, swaps Lara’s blood work results, cuts the phone lines at the lab. John then drops Luke two hours early at the birthday party, says he needs to run some errands. He tells Nicole that Luke’s grandparent’s phone number is in his jacket, in case John is late.

At the hospital a doctor sees the lab report and tries to call the lab for confirmation, but they get a busy signal. They decide to transport Lara to a hospital asap.

Lieutenant Nabulsi is supervising the detectives who investigated the murder for which Lara was convicted and also the murders of the drug dealer. The view the charred meth lab house. The cops find the broken tail lamp lens. Six Prius are registered to felons including a murderer and a rapist. Murderer is incarcerated. Rapist is out. Rapist is in a wheel chair. Check the murderer – does she have a husband or child of driving age? Yes – it’s Lara’s car and guess what? she just got transported to the hospital.

Has his officers call the escort. They say everything is secure. But, Nabulsi runs to the hospital anyway. Then John bursts in with a gun, gets everyone in the room tied up, gets Lara to put on civilian clothes (several layers). She is not a happy camper. Tries to talk him out of it. He threatens her that she needs to call Luke and tell him not to expect her – he’s waiting for her. Then she’s with him. They walk quickly through the hospital, first with white lab coats, which they ditch to try to throw the cops off their trail. They come face to face with Nabulsi but manage to escape in the eleavtor. They change clothes several times. They blend in with the crowd, but Nabulsi is on their tail. They board a commuter train. Nabulsi just misses them and chases the train on foot and tries to get it stopped. John stops the train with the eestop. He and Lara jump off. He had previously cut a whole in a chain link fence. They hop into a Chevy Traverse SUV that he has parked there. They just get over the bridge before the police get it blocked off.

They drive to the party to pick Luke up. Luke’s not there, Nicole has taken all the kids to the zoo. They’ll be back in an hour. They start to drive to the zoo. They’re running out of time on the 35 minute window. At the last second, he ditches the zoo plan and enters an interstate. He explains about road blocks and that they will come abck for Luke somehow later. Lara opens the car door, apparently attempting suicide and lets herself fall. John grabs her and manages to control the spinning SUV. After a reconcilatory pause they drive off, take the next exit and head to the zoo. John finds Luke without any trouble in the aquarium room at the zoo. Nicole sees Lara in the vehicle, the family get in the SUV and drive to a train station.

Nabulsi tells his chief on the phone that he’s sorry the Mayor was delayed in a roadblock, he had only ordered his cops to stop couples with a kid – not every car. When John approaches a toll booth road block they are waved through, it turns out that they had picked up an elderly couple.

Nabulsi’s detectives find John’s garbage and are trying to piece together the plan he had mounted on a wall. they think they have figured out that they are headed to Haiti. The family drops off the seniors in Buffalo and go through airport security with the fake passports, John is trembling nervously so Lara takes charge, they manage to get on the plane.

The police interrogate John’s father but he claims ignorance and says he never talked with his son.

Later, at the parking garage murder scene, Detective Quinn ponders and imagines how the murder could have occurred with Lara’s story. A junkie mugger slammed a fire extinguisher into Lara’s boss’s head. As Lara walked to her adjacent car, she physically bumps into the mugger. Lara picks up the fire extinguisher because it is blocking her car but can’t see the body on the far side of her car. She leaves the parking garage. A man sees her leave and the boss’s body. It was raining that night, and it’s raining tonight too. The male detective drops a piece of paper to see where the button would have gone (off of the junkie’s jacket – Lara said she heard a button pop). It ends up in a catch basin by the curb. The detectives lift the grate off but don’t see a button, but it’s there. The cops decide to drop it and return to regular work.

At his home, John’s father opens an atlas and flips to the caribbean coast of South America, he smiles.

John, Lara, and Luke are in a hotel room in Venezuela or Columbia. Luke has finally kissed his mom goodnight again As Lara and Luke sleep blissfully on the bed and John takes a picture.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Olivier Delbosc known as producer
  • Eugénie Grandval known as co-producer
  • Paul Haggis known as producer
  • Anthony Katagas known as executive producer
  • Ken Lebre known as producer: Cinemascan
  • Agnès Mentre known as executive producer
  • Marc Missonnier known as producer
  • Michael Nozik known as producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Russell Crowe known as John Brennan
  • Elizabeth Banks known as Lara Brennan
  • Michael Buie known as Mick Brennan
  • Moran Atias known as Erit
  • Remy Nozik known as Jenna
  • Toby Green known as Three Year Old Luke
  • Tyler Green known as Three Year Old Luke
  • Jason Beghe known as Detective Quinn
  • Aisha Hinds known as Detective Collero
  • Ty Simpkins known as Luke
  • Veronica Brown known as Female Guard #1
  • Olivia Wilde known as Nicole
  • Leslie Merrill known as Elizabeth Gesas
  • Alissa Haggis known as Junkie
  • Daniel Stern known as Meyer Fisk
  • James Donis known as Prison Major
  • Helen Carey known as Grace Brennan
  • Brian Dennehy known as George Brennan
  • Rachel Deacon known as Cherie
  • Glenn Taranto known as Hospital Security Guard
  • Derek Cecil known as Dr. Becsey
  • Kaitlyn Wylde known as Julie
  • Liam Neeson known as Damon Pennington
  • Zachary Sondrini known as Photoshop Kid
  • Lauren Haggis known as Lyla
  • Jonathan Tucker known as David
  • RZA known as Mouss
  • Tyrone Giordano known as Mike
  • James Ransone known as Harv
  • Etta Cox known as Notary
  • Barry Bradford known as Jail Guard (Entry Hall)
  • Rick Warner known as County Jail Captain
  • James Francis Kelly III known as Lab Van Driver
  • Denise Dal Vera known as Eugenie
  • Nazanin Boniadi known as Elaine
  • Lisa Ann Goldsmith known as Female Guard #2
  • Kevin Corrigan known as Alex
  • Jeff Hochendoner known as Alex's Thug Buddy
  • Lennie James known as Lieutenant Nabulsi
  • Allan Steele known as Sergeant Harris
  • Quantia Mali known as Phone Operator
  • Trudie Styler known as Dr. Byrdie Lifson
  • David Flick known as Male Nurse
  • Fabio Polanco known as Phone Repairman
  • Sean Huze known as Barney
  • Jonathan Berry known as Prison Guard
  • Tamara Gorski known as Hospital Nurse
  • Patrick Brennan known as Hospital Guard
  • Brenna McDonough known as Brenda
  • Kathy Fitzgerald known as Neighbor
  • Tom Quinn known as Elderly Man
  • Melissa Jackson known as Airline Clerk
  • Patrick McDade known as Airport Security Chief (as Patrick F. McDade)
  • John Bryant Davila known as Student #2
  • Dawn Renee known as Hospital Nurse (as Dawn Renee Cerreta)
  • Lucia M. Aguirre known as Flight Passenger (uncredited)
  • Cristina Aloe known as (uncredited)
  • Tony Amen known as Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Jake Andolina known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Jason Baker known as Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Aaron Bernard known as Co-Worker (uncredited)
  • David J. Bonner known as Detective (uncredited)
  • Daniel Clayton known as Airplane Passenger (uncredited)
  • Carl Clemons known as Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Cynthia Crowe known as Haitian Traveler (uncredited)
  • Jim Fitzgerald known as Fan (uncredited)
  • Peter Gannon known as Cop (uncredited)
  • John P. Gross known as Library Student (uncredited)
  • Sam Harris known as Jail Visitor (uncredited)
  • John W. Iwanonkiw known as Video Technician (uncredited)
  • Jeffrey Jones known as Pittsburgh Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Patrick Jordan known as Murder Witness (uncredited)
  • William Kania known as Pittsburgh Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Pete Landis known as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Robert Liscio known as Customs Agent (uncredited)
  • Edward Luksich known as Businessman (uncredited)
  • Laurie Mann known as Airport Traveler (uncredited)
  • Andre' Mason known as TSA Agent (uncredited)
  • David Dale McCue known as Pittsburgh Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Tiffany Sander McKenzie known as Train Passenger (uncredited)
  • Jeremy Moon known as Train passenger (uncredited)
  • Phil Nardozzi known as Elevator Repairman (uncredited)
  • Jackson Nunn known as Prison Visitor (uncredited)
  • Diedra Arthur O'Ree known as Airport Traveler (uncredited)
  • Robert Stull known as Billiard Player (uncredited)
  • James Werley known as Passanger (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Camille Friend known as hair department head
  • Melanie Hughes known as department head makeup artist
  • Bob Kretschmer known as wig maker
  • Karen Lovell known as hair stylist
  • Kelley Mitchell known as key makeup artist
  • Francisco X. Pérez known as makeup artist: Russell Crowe
  • Roxanne Wightman known as key hair stylist

Art Department:

  • Jenn Albaugh known as art department coordinator
  • Timothy Barnhill known as set dresser
  • Dan Bothe known as carpenter
  • Edgar Um Bucholtz known as painter
  • Robert Buncher known as construction gangboss
  • Jason Calabro known as props
  • Matthew Carraher known as assistant props
  • Matthew Carraher known as set dresser
  • Skip Crank known as assistant property master
  • Doug Cronin known as carpenter
  • Darien N. D'Alfonso known as scenic foreman
  • Walter K. Doll known as set dresser
  • Eugene Doyle known as set dresser
  • Kyle Ethan Fischer known as greens
  • John Frick known as assistant art director
  • Kate Gladstone known as greens
  • Jim Heastings known as carpenter
  • Smith Harper Hutchings known as set dresser
  • Norm Johnson known as construction foreman
  • Gregory Jones known as key greens
  • John Paul 'J.P.' Jones known as property master
  • Eva Kamienska-Carter known as set designer
  • Kenneth J. Kellers known as set dresser
  • Thomas F. Kelly known as set dresser
  • Brett Kennedy known as carpenter
  • Koree Koloskee known as art department production assistant
  • Jeff Lavezoli known as storyboard artist
  • Lauri Mancuso known as charge scenic
  • Christina Myal known as graphic designer
  • Samuel Pace known as carpenter
  • Seth Payne known as carpenter
  • Gregory Puchalski known as on-set scenic
  • Donald Lee Rager known as set dresser
  • Jamie Rama known as illustrator
  • Trevor Schliefer known as set production assistant
  • Mamie Stein known as on-set dresser
  • Aaron Streiner known as set dresser
  • Lance R. Walters known as leadman
  • Chris Waterkotte known as carpenter
  • Joseph Waterkotte known as construction coordinator
  • Scott G. Smith known as carpenter (uncredited)




Production Companies:

  • Lionsgate (presents)
  • Fidélité Films
  • Hwy61

Other Companies:

  • .1 Studio  music mixed at
  • ARRI / Camera Service Center  camera equipment provided by (as Camera Service Center)
  • Abel Cine Tech  camera equipment provided by
  • Air Lyndhurst Studios  music recorded at (as Air Studios, London, England)
  • Birds & Animals Unlimited  animals provided by
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Cinelease  lighting equipment
  • Dakota Music Services  music copying
  • David Haddad  transportation equipment
  • Doggicam Systems  SparrowHead provided by
  • DoggieCam Systems  SparrowHead provided by
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
  • EFilm  digital intermediate
  • EMS Payroll  extras payroll
  • Entertainment Clearances  rights and clearances
  • Film Finances  completion guarantor
  • Final Word, The  adr voice casting
  • Gallagher Entertainment  insurance
  • Giant Eagle  special thanks
  • Haddad's  transportation equipment
  • K.A.S. Lighting  lighting equipment (as KAS Lighting)
  • Killer Grip  grip equipment
  • Lionsgate Records  soundtrack
  • London Session Orchestra, The  orchestra (uncredited)
  • MCL Music Services  music clearance and licensing
  • Modern VideoFilm  previews
  • Mogul Mind Studios  aerial base facility
  • Orbit Digital  editorial and screening services: Los Angeles and Pittsburgh
  • PNC Bank  special thanks
  • Post Factory NY  editing facility: New York (as Post Factory)
  • Post Factory NY  post-production facilities
  • Post Haste Sound  commentary recording engineering
  • Realms of Catering  catering
  • Rice Gorton Pictures Ltd.  post production accounting
  • Scarlet Letters  end crawl
  • Sony Pictures Stock Footage  footage provided by
  • Soundelux  post-production sound services
  • Soundelux  sound editing
  • Todd-AO Studios  sound facilities
  • WLA Post Group  high-definition digital services
  • yU+Co.  main and end titles designed by


  • Acme Film (2010) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
  • Belga Films (2010) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • CInema Hotel Corporation (CHC) (2010) (Kazakhstan) (theatrical)
  • Cathay-Keris Films (2010) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Diamond Films (2011) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Entertainment One Benelux (2010) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Fundamental Films (2011) (China) (theatrical)
  • GAGA (2011) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Innoform Media (2010) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Kinowelt Filmverleih (2011) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Lionsgate (2011) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Lionsgate (2010) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Maple Pictures (2010) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Metropolitan Filmexport (2010) (France) (theatrical)
  • Svensk Filmindustri (SF) (2010) (Sweden) (theatrical)
  • Village Films (2010) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Viva International Pictures (2010) (Philippines) (theatrical)
  • CN Entertainment (2011) (Hong Kong) (DVD)
  • CN Entertainment (2011) (Hong Kong) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • CatchPlay (2010) (Taiwan) (all media)
  • Eagle Films (2011) (non-USA) (all media) (Middle East)
  • EcoFilmes (2010) (Portugal) (all media)
  • Entertainment One Benelux (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Entertainment One Benelux (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • FS Film Oy (2010) (Finland) (all media)
  • Film1 (2011) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • IPA Asia Pacific (2010) (Thailand) (all media)
  • Imagem Filmes (2010) (Brazil) (all media)
  • Monolith Films (2010) (Poland) (all media)
  • Pris Audiovisuais (2010) (Portugal) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (India) (TV)
  • TriPictures (2010) (Spain) (all media)
  • West Video (2010) (Russia) (all media)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • 2G Digital Post (visual effects)
  • Asylum VFX (visual effects and animation)
  • Furious FX (visual effects and animation)
  • Proof
  • RotoFactory (additional paint services)
  • XY & Z Visual Effects (visual effects)
  • Yannix Technologies (additional motion tracking services) (as Yannix)

Visual Effects by:

  • Charles Abou Aad known as lighting supervisor: Asylum
  • Erika Abrams known as visual effects production coordinator: Furious FX
  • Jamie Baxter known as compositor: XY&Z Visual Effects
  • Jamie Baxter known as matte painter
  • Trinh Baxter known as matte painter
  • Andrew Byrne known as fx artist: AsylumFX
  • Kathy Chasen-Hay known as visual effects executive producer
  • Eric D. Christensen known as visual effects producer: RotoFactory
  • Patrick Clancey known as digital opticals (as Pat Clancey)
  • Christine Cram known as paint artist: Furious FX
  • Erin M. Cullen known as rotoscope artist: Furious FX
  • Brian DeMetz known as digital environment artist: Furious FX
  • Brian DeMetz known as visual effects technical director: Final Light VFX
  • Scott Dougherty known as visual effects executive producer: Furious FX
  • Chris Ervin known as compositor: XY&Z Visual Effects
  • Paul Fedor known as matte painter
  • Michael Fessenden known as visual effects artist: Furious FX
  • Andy Foster known as visual effects producer: Asylum (as Andrew Foster)
  • Debra George known as rotoscope artist: XY&Z Visual Effects
  • Richard Grandy known as rigging supervisor: Asylum (as Rick Grandy)
  • Cortney Haile known as visual effects executive
  • Martin Hall known as compositor: FuriousFX
  • John Hart known as lead texture painter: Asylum
  • Spencer Hecox known as digital compositor
  • Spencer Hecox known as visual effects supervisor: 2G Digital Post
  • Elizabeth Hitt known as cg producer
  • Piotr Karwas known as animation supervisor: Asylum
  • Joe Ken known as lead compositor: Asylum
  • Krystine Lankenau known as rotoscope artist: Furious FX (as Kristine Lankenau)
  • David Lingenfelser known as executive visual effects supervisor: Furious Fx
  • Kevin Lingenfelser known as compositor: Furious FX
  • Chris MacKinnon known as visual effects artist: Furious FX
  • Matthew Maude known as lighting supervisor: Asylum
  • Nathan McGuinness known as senior visual effects supervisor: Asylum
  • Kurt McKeever known as visual effects artist
  • Landon Medeiros known as compositor: Furious FX
  • Roger Mocenigo known as compositor: XY&Z
  • Steve Muangman known as digital compositor
  • Mike L. Murphy known as previsualization designer: Proof, Inc. (as Mike Murphy)
  • James P. Noon known as tracking
  • Sean O'Connor known as compositor: Furious FX
  • Kim O'Donnell known as digital compositor: Furious FX (as Kimo Pepe)
  • Justin Pascal known as digital compositor: 2G Digital Post
  • Justin Pascal known as visual effects
  • Brian Ripley known as digital artist
  • Jason Sanford known as visual effects producer
  • Julian Sarmiento known as cg lead
  • Gunther Schatz known as visual effects artist
  • Chris Serenil known as computer services manager
  • Tony Sgueglia known as visual effects production assistant: Furious FX
  • Michael Shelton known as animator: Asylum FX
  • Bryan Shepperd known as visual effects artist: Furious FX
  • Mark Shoaf known as cg supervisor: Furious FX
  • Prateep Siamwalla known as tracking
  • Tiffany Smith known as visual effects producer: Furious FX (as Tiffany A. Smith)
  • Hilary Sperling known as inferno artist
  • Bret St. Clair known as cg supervisor: Asylum FX
  • Bret St. Clair known as visual effects supervisor: Asylum
  • Jason Stanford known as visual effects producer: 2G Digital Post
  • John Stewart known as digital compositor: Asylum
  • Greg Stuhl known as lead modeler: Asylum
  • Ranko Tadic known as previsualization supervisor: Proof
  • Tracy Takahashi known as associate visual effects producer: Furious FX
  • Radley Teruel known as digital artist
  • Micole Toyloy known as digital artist
  • Tommy Tran known as compositor: Furious FX
  • Tommy Tran known as visual effects artist
  • Mike Uguccioni known as visual effects supervisor
  • Dan Walden known as visual effects artist
  • Ashley J. Ward known as visual effects coordinator
  • John L. Weckworth known as digital compositor
  • Fabio Zapata known as tracking supervisor: Asylum
  • Caitlin Content known as compositor (uncredited)
  • Mark Fletcher known as screen graphics designer (uncredited)

Release Date:

  • USA 9 November 2010 (New York City, New York) (premiere)
  • Kazakhstan 18 November 2010
  • Russia 18 November 2010
  • Canada 19 November 2010
  • Poland 19 November 2010
  • USA 19 November 2010
  • Egypt 24 November 2010
  • Israel 25 November 2010
  • Kuwait 25 November 2010
  • Singapore 25 November 2010
  • Bulgaria 26 November 2010
  • Finland 26 November 2010
  • Norway 26 November 2010
  • Philippines 1 December 2010
  • Lithuania 3 December 2010
  • Sweden 3 December 2010
  • France 8 December 2010
  • Greece 9 December 2010
  • Netherlands 9 December 2010
  • Indonesia 10 December 2010
  • Belgium 22 December 2010
  • South Korea 22 December 2010
  • Brazil 24 December 2010
  • Ireland 5 January 2011
  • Spain 5 January 2011
  • UK 5 January 2011
  • Denmark 13 January 2011
  • Germany 20 January 2011
  • Hungary 20 January 2011
  • Australia 27 January 2011
  • Portugal 27 January 2011
  • Peru 10 February 2011
  • Turkey 25 February 2011
  • Argentina 17 March 2011
  • Italy 8 April 2011
  • Chile 12 May 2011
  • Venezuela 13 May 2011
  • Uruguay 20 May 2011
  • Colombia 3 June 2011
  • Panama 17 June 2011
  • Japan 23 September 2011

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for violence, drug material, language, some sexuality and thematic elements



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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