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True Grit (2010)

  • Rate: 7.8/10 total 144,407 votes 
  • Genre: Adventure | Drama | Western
  • Release Date: 22 December 2010 (USA)
  • Runtime: 110 min
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  • IMDb page: True Grit (2010)
  • Rate: 7.8/10 total 144,407 votes 
  • Genre: Adventure | Drama | Western
  • Release Date: 22 December 2010 (USA)
  • Runtime: 110 min
  • Filming Location: Austin, Texas, USA
  • Budget: $38,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $244,900,000(Worldwide)
  • Stars: Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon and Hailee Steinfeld|See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: Carter Burwell   
  • Sound Mix: SDDS | DTS | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Texas Ranger | Murder | U.S. Marshal | Sheriff | River

Writing Credits By:

  • Joel Coen (screenplay) &
  • Ethan Coen (screenplay)
  • Charles Portis (novel)

Known Trivia

  • Michael Biehn auditioned for the role of ‘Lucky’ Ned Pepper but lost out to Barry Pepper.
  • Jeff Bridges and Josh Brolin have both played the character of Wild Bill Hickok in separate productions before starring in this film together. Bridges played Hickok in Wild Bill and Brolin played Hickok in The Young Riders.
  • The two front buckles on Matt Damon’s cowboy hat form the letter “B”, the letter used on caps and hats to represent his hometown Boston Red Sox baseball team.
  • In the original True Grit, Rooster Cogburn wears his eye-patch on his left eye. In the remake of True Grit, the eye-patch is worn over Cogburn’s right eye.
  • In order to get the most effective voice after biting his tongue, Matt Damon tied a hair tie around it to talk as if he had no tongue.
  • Rooster Cogburn tells Mattie about previously owning an eatery called The Green Frog. There is actually a restaurant in Jacksboro, Texas, called The Green Frog. It has been in business 40+ years.
  • As mentioned in the trivia from the original True Grit, the character of Rooster Cogburn is supposed to be around 40, both John Wayne and Jeff Bridges were in their early 60’s when they portrayed their roles. John Wayne was 62, Jeff Bridges was 60.
  • All scenes in which horses appeared to fall or be in pain or distress were faked using a combination of specific horse training and clever editing.
  • Because of child labor laws, Joel Coen and Ethan Coen were unable to film any scenes past midnight with Hailee Steinfeld (especially difficult because the movie contains many night scenes), and because of scheduling problems, any time there is a shot of another character over Mattie’s shoulder or back, Mattie is played by an adult double, not Steinfeld.
  • When La Boeuf first meets Mattie, he tells her that one of the aliases of Chaney is J. Todd Anderson, a frequent Coen Brothers storyboard artist.

Goofs: Incorrectly regarded as goofs: Mattie tells Rooster that her sister's name is Victoria. Later, in her letter home, she asks her mother to pinch Violet on the cheek for her. However, at that time "Violet" was commonly used as a nickname for people called Victoria.

Plot: A tough U.S. Marshal helps a stubborn young woman track down her father's murderer. Full summary »  »

Story: Following the murder of her father by hired hand Tom Chaney, 14-year-old farm girl Mattie Ross sets out to capture the killer. To aid her, she hires the toughest U.S. marshal she can find, a man with "true grit," Reuben J. "Rooster" Cogburn. Mattie insists on accompanying Cogburn, whose drinking, sloth, and generally reprobate character do not augment her faith in him. Against his wishes, she joins him in his trek into the Indian Nations in search of Chaney. They are joined by Texas Ranger LaBoeuf, who wants Chaney for his own purposes. The unlikely trio find danger and surprises on the journey, and each has his or her "grit" tested.Written by Jim Beaver <>  


Synopsis: Mattie Ross (Hailee Steinfeld), a 14-year-old from Yell County, Arkansas, is determined to avenge the murder of her father. Frank Ross was killed by his hired hand, Tom Chaney (Josh Brolin), after trying to dissuade a drunken Chaney from shooting a fellow card player who had allegedly cheated him. Chaney stole Ross’s horse and fled the town. Enraged that no one bothered to pursue or convict Chaney, Mattie decides to take the investigation into her own hands.

Leaving her mother and two younger siblings at home, Mattie travels to Fort Smith where her father was killed. She identifies his body for the undertaker. Despite her age, Mattie is extremely quick-witted and confident, and is a fearless bargainer. She sells her father’s now useless string of ponies back to the reluctant seller, and acquires three hundred and twenty dollars from the sale. Renting a room at a Fort Smith boarding house, Mattie resolves to hire a U.S. marshal to pursue and catch Tom Chaney. After consulting the local sheriff, she settles on the marshal described as the meanest : Rueben "Rooster" Cogburn (Jeff Bridges). After trailing Cogburn to a saloon, she attempts to hire him but is rebuffed. Mattie makes a second attempt after a court hearing at which Cogburn was questioned, but Cogburn turns her down again, doubting that she actually possesses the fifty dollars she offered him as a reward for Chaney’s capture.

A Texas Ranger, LaBouef (Matt Damon), takes a room at the boarding house and consults Mattie about her endeavor. LaBouef had been tracking Chaney for several months after Chaney had killed a Texas senator in an argument. He offers to combine his knowledge with Cogburn’s to track Chaney down. Mattie rejects his offer.The following day, Mattie buys back one of her fathers ponies to use on her journey, naming him Little Blackie. She speaks with Cogburn who has decided to accept her offer. However, he initially refuses to let Mattie accompany him as she had planned. After Mattie threatens to report him to the sheriff if Cogburn leaves with her fifty dollars, he seemingly gives in and instructs her to be ready for the journey the next morning.

Mattie takes her father’s clothing and gun and rides her horse to Cogburn’s lodgings in the morning, only to find he has left without her (with LaBouef), and left her a train ticket back to Yell County. Angrily, Mattie follows his trail to a nearby river, spying the two men on the opposite bank. After the ferryman refuses to take her across, Mattie rides Little Blackie into the water and the two swim to the other side. Cogburn seems impressed by Mattie’s gumption, but LaBouef is clearly irritated by her domineering attitude. After an argument with Cogburn (whom he also dislikes), LaBouef abandons the mission, taunting Cogburn for being "hoo-rahed by a little girl."

Mattie and Cogburn continue the journey, forming something of a kinship as they travel. Cogburn picks up the information that Tom Chaney is not too far ahead of them, and that he may have joined up with another outlaw, Lucky Ned Pepper, and his gang. Seeking shelter from the cold, the two discover a cabin at nightfall. Cogburn recognizes the pair of inhabitants as outlaws tied in with the Ned Pepper gang, one of them badly shot in the leg. Suspecting Ned and his gang will arrive at the cabin soon, Cogburn offers to take the injured man to a doctor and to give them some escape time if they provide information. The injured man, desperate for medical attention, begins to talk, but is stabbed by the other man, who is then shot dead by Cogburn. As he dies, the man with the injured leg admits that Lucky Ned is expected at the cabin that very night.

Cogburn and Mattie hide in the bushes near the cabin, waiting for the gang to arrive. They first see LaBouef approach the cabin, continuing the search alone. However, the Ned Pepper gang arrives moments later and lassos LaBouef, dragging him behind a horse. From cover, Cogburn shoots two of the gang members (inadvertently winging LeBouef in the arm) and the others flee. He and Mattie take the injured LaBouef into the cabin. Cogburn drinks heavily throughout the night and is incredibly drunk the next morning. He and LaBouef argue over each others shooting skills, but Mattie attempts to keep the two men on task.

After setting up camp in the woods that night, Cogburn becomes increasingly frustrated with their mission, claiming he has been "dragged into a wild goose chase by a harpy in trousers and a nincompoop." He bows out of the agreement, and LaBouef leaves again, though he has gained a new-found respect for Mattie. Both men agree that Chaney’s trail is cold, and that continuing the search would be useless. A dejected Mattie falls asleep.

The next morning, Mattie goes to a nearby stream for water and notices a stranger there watering his horses. Shocked, she realizes it is none other than Tom Chaney himself. Chaney recognizes her and does not initially act hostile until Mattie pulls a revolver and attempts to take him into custody. An angered Chaney approaches with his rifle and Mattie fires, but only grazes his arm. Chaney drags her to the opposite bank, where the rest of the Ned Pepper gang has set up camp. Cogburn, having slept in the woods through the night, hears the commotion but is too late to retrieve Mattie.

Lucky Ned Pepper (Barry Pepper), familiar with Cogburn, shouts across the stream to him and bargains Mattie’s life for ample escape time. Cogburn agrees to not pursue the gang if Mattie is not harmed, and appears to ride away over the hills. Pepper is impressed by Mattie’s strength of will, and assures her that she will not be hurt. While Ned and the three other gang members leave to address finances, Chaney is ordered to stay with Mattie and to leave her somewhere safe. Chaney tries to get out of the assignment, but to no avail. Mattie, despite Lucky Ned’s assurance, fears that Chaney will kill her once they are alone. After the gang departs, Mattie offers to give Chaney an affidavit if he sets her free. Chaney refuses, saying that all he needs is Mattie’s silence. He attacks her and holds a knife to her throat, but is knocked unconscious by LaBouef, who had remained in the area and heard the gunshots. He explains that he rode back to the woods, met with Cogburn, and outlined a plan for Mattie’s rescue. He says that Cogburn himself has arranged a showdown with Lucky Ned.

As Mattie and LeBouef watch from a hilltop, Cogburn comes face to face with Ned and the three other gang members. Having pursued Ned on and off for some time, Cogburn gives Ned the choice of being taken back to Fort Smith to be hanged, or to be killed on the spot. Ned taunts Cogburn, calling him a "one-eyed fat man," and Cogburn charges his horse. Holding the reins in his teeth, he fires revolvers with both hands, killing the three other men and mortally wounding Lucky Ned before falling from his horse and becoming trapped underneath. With his last moments of strength, Ned prepares to kill Cogburn. From the hilltop, LaBouef proves his shooting ability by making a 400 yard shot, shooting Lucky Ned off his horse before he can harm the marshal. Moments later, LaBouef is knocked unconscious by a now-awakened Tom Chaney, who attempts to grab LaBouef’s rifle. Mattie intercepts and gets the gun herself, proudly shooting Tom Chaney at last.

Though her goal is completed, the blast from the gun sends Mattie stumbling backwards into a deep pit. She calls for help, but LaBouef is still out cold. Cogburn appears and begins to scale the side of the pit with a rope to rescue her, but Mattie’s left hand has already been bitten by a rattlesnake. Cogburn retrieves her and temporarily treats her wound, but knows he must get her medical attention quickly or she will die. A revived LaBouef hoists them out of the pit, and Cogburn and Mattie ride away on Little Blackie.

After miles of running, Little Blackie begins to suffer from exhaustion and eventually collapses. Knowing they cannot stop their journey, Cogburn shoots the horse and continues on, carrying Mattie himself. They soon reach a general store and Mattie is taken inside.

Twenty five years later, 40-year-old Mattie (Elizabeth Marvel) looks back on her adventures. Her arm had been severely damaged by the snake bite, and was amputated . She explained that Cogburn had departed by the time she came back into consciousness. After arriving home, Mattie had written to Cogburn, inviting him to visit her and collect his fifty dollar reward, but he never responded or appeared. The adult Mattie learns that the elderly Cogburn is a performer in a traveling wild west show, and finally exchanges letters with him, arranging to meet once again to swap stories. Arriving at the fairgrounds, Mattie is told that Cogburn had died three days earlier.

Mattie has Cogburn’s body moved to her family plot. She reflects on her life; she never married, and kept her no-nonsense attitude over the years. She never heard again from LaBouef, but holds him in her memory. Mattie laments that "time just gets away from us."


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Ethan Coen known as producer
  • Joel Coen known as producer
  • David Ellison known as executive producer
  • Megan Ellison known as executive producer
  • Robert Graf known as executive producer
  • Scott Rudin known as producer
  • Paul Schwake known as executive producer
  • Steven Spielberg known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Jeff Bridges known as Rooster Cogburn
  • Hailee Steinfeld known as Mattie Ross
  • Matt Damon known as LaBoeuf
  • Josh Brolin known as Tom Chaney
  • Barry Pepper known as Lucky Ned Pepper
  • Dakin Matthews known as Col. Stonehill
  • Jarlath Conroy known as Undertaker
  • Paul Rae known as Emmett Quincy
  • Domhnall Gleeson known as Moon (The Kid)
  • Elizabeth Marvel known as 40-Year-Old Mattie
  • Roy Lee Jones known as Yarnell
  • Ed Corbin known as Bear Man (as Ed Lee Corbin)
  • Leon Russom known as Sheriff
  • Bruce Green known as Harold Parmalee
  • Candyce Hinkle known as Boarding House Landlady
  • Peter Leung known as Mr. Lee
  • Don Pirl known as Cole Younger
  • Joe Stevens known as Cross-examining Lawyer
  • David Lipman known as First Lawyer
  • Jake Walker known as Judge Parker
  • Orlando Storm Smart known as Stableboy (as Orlando Smart)
  • Ty Mitchell known as Ferryman
  • Nicholas Sadler known as Repentant Condemned Man
  • Scott Sowers known as Unrepentant Condemned Man
  • Jonathan Joss known as Condemned Indian
  • Maggie A. Goodman known as Woman at Hanging
  • Brandon Sanderson known as Indian Youth at Bagby's
  • Ruben Nakai Campana known as Indian Youth at Bagby's
  • Mary Anzalone known as Traveling Lady (uncredited)
  • Gopal Bidari known as Ethnic Jury Member (uncredited)
  • Brian Brown known as Coke Hays (uncredited)
  • Alan Eaglewolf Bryant known as Indian #6 in Wild West Show (uncredited)
  • Wendy Crouse known as Town Lady (uncredited)
  • Craig Denham known as Wild West Show Worker (uncredited)
  • Ted Ferguson known as Hanging Witness (uncredited)
  • Scott Flick known as Clement Parmalee (uncredited)
  • Martina Griffin known as Wild West Show Indian (uncredited)
  • Beau Harris known as Smoker (uncredited)
  • Samantha Inoue Harte known as Horserider (uncredited)
  • Cody Jones known as Indian in Wild West Show (uncredited)
  • Scott Mason known as Boarder (uncredited)
  • John Michael Measells known as Wild West Hand (uncredited)
  • Joe Nelson known as Hanging Witness (uncredited)
  • Kaiya Pelletier known as Ft. Smith Girl / Memphis Girl (uncredited)
  • Cameron Rostami known as Pedro (uncredited)
  • J.K. Simmons known as J. Noble Daggett (voice) (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Deborah Ball known as hair stylist: Texas
  • Christine Beveridge known as makeup artist: Mr. Damon (as Chrissie Beveridge)
  • Troy Breeding known as key makeup artist
  • Jacenda Burkett known as makeup artist: Texas
  • Beate Eisele known as key makeup artist (as Beate Petruccelli)
  • Kay Georgiou known as hair department head
  • Jason Hamer known as special makeup effects artist
  • Thomas Nellen known as makeup department head
  • Geordie Sheffer known as key hair stylist
  • Christien Tinsley known as special makeup effects designer and creator
  • Terri Ewton known as hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Michaela Farrell known as additional makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Robin Myriah Hatcher known as special makeup effects production coordinator: Tinsley Studio (uncredited)
  • Heather Henry known as makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Jennifer Hodges known as hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Meredith Johns known as makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Erwin H. Kupitz known as facial hair pieces (uncredited)
  • Missy Lisenby known as makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Kathy Miller known as additional hairstylist (uncredited)
  • Sheila Moore known as hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Joe Rivera known as makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Yoichi Art Sakamoto known as prosthetic dental appliances: Barry Pepper (uncredited)
  • Alissa Shores known as hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Marlene D. Whiton known as makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Hiroshi Yada known as special makeup effects crew: Tinsley studio (uncredited)

Art Department:

  • Jeff B. Adams Jr. known as set designer
  • J. Todd Anderson known as drawboy
  • Ulrike Auer-Erdoes known as plaster foreperson: New Mexico
  • Pedro Barquin known as on-set greens
  • Paul Barreras known as tools person: New Mexico (as Paul J. Barreras)
  • David D. Baumann known as props: New Mexico
  • Patrick Boyles known as set painter
  • Noah Bradley known as additional construction coordinator: New Mexico
  • Thomas E. Brown known as lead scenic artist
  • John C. Cameron known as assistant property master
  • Brandon Campbell known as sculptor: Texas
  • Kit Casati known as sculptor: Texas
  • Dirk Clark known as foreman: Texas
  • Chris Clayton known as set dresser: Texas
  • Dennis Collins known as on-set painter: New Mexico
  • Chris Combs known as set dresser: Texas
  • Sage Emmett Connell known as lead person: New Mexico (as Sage Connell)
  • Jason Critchfield known as paint foreperson: New Mexico
  • Brian Cross known as foreperson: Texas
  • Tim Dingle known as sign painter: Texas
  • Travis Eisenberg known as propmaker: Texas
  • John Frick known as set designer
  • L. Sonia Garcia known as stand-by painter
  • Sonia L. Garcia known as on-set painter: Texas
  • Daniel J. Gillooly known as greens foreman: New Mexico
  • Graham Griswold known as set dresser: New Mexico
  • Gregory Hill known as illustrator
  • Elliott Hostetter known as on-set dresser: Texas
  • Richard Hurff known as propmaker: New Mexico
  • Scott G. Jones known as foreperson
  • Steve Kahn known as construction foreperson: New Mexico
  • Jerry Kilber known as construction foreperson
  • Ellen Lampl known as graphic designer
  • Melody Lloyd known as construction medic: Texas
  • Pat Martine known as paint foreman: Texas (as Patrick Martine)
  • David Menefee known as foreman: Texas
  • Jarrette Moats known as art department coordinator
  • Leigh Anne Montaño known as art department coordinator: New Mexico
  • Jesus Ornelas known as propmaker foreperson: New Mexico (as Jesus Ornelas Jr.)
  • Jose Orozco known as lead greens: Texas
  • Randy Ortega known as lead scenic: New Mexico (as Randy E. Ortega)
  • Chris Painter known as set dresser: New Mexico
  • Sara Philpott known as buyer
  • Adele Plauche known as set designer
  • Leonard Sanchez known as greens person: New Mexico
  • Eric S. Saperstein known as paint foreman: Texas
  • Ron Savini known as plasterer: Texas (as Ronald F. Savini Jr.)
  • Loren Schoel known as set painter: New Mexico
  • Phil Shirey known as set dresser: Texas
  • Michael Smothers known as tool man: Texas
  • Angelo Tomarchio known as sculptor: New Mexico
  • Joseph A. Torres known as foreperson: New Mexico
  • David Tye known as sculptor: Texas
  • Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez known as sculptor
  • Keith Walters known as property master
  • Tom Ward known as construction coordinator
  • Mark Weissenfluh known as lead person
  • Randal Woodward known as paint foreperson: Texas
  • Koen Wooten known as props: Texas
  • Colin Zaug known as on-set dresser: New Mexico
  • Carl Zeller known as foreperson: New Mexico
  • Robert Brown known as carpenter (uncredited)
  • Juliet Guimont known as scenic artist (uncredited)
  • Leonard Sanchez known as utility technician (uncredited)
  • Thomas Schneider known as sculptor (uncredited)
  • Walter Schneider known as scenic artist (uncredited)
  • Kevan Weber known as set dresser (uncredited)
  • Robert H. Winn known as paint foreman (uncredited)
  • Jeri Woodward known as scenic artist (uncredited)




Production Companies:

  • Paramount Pictures (presents)
  • Skydance Productions (presents)
  • Scott Rudin Productions (as Scott Rudin)
  • Mike Zoss Productions (as Mike Zoss)

Other Companies:

  • Absolut Video  VideoAssist equipment provided by (uncredited)
  • Animal Actors of Hollywood  animal trainers: wild animals
  • Big Film Design  title design
  • Body, The  music recorded at
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes (uncredited)
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  stabilized remote camera systems (uncredited)
  • Digital Media Services (DMS)  digital marketing asset management (uncredited)
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
  • EFilm  digital intermediate
  • EMS Payroll  extras payroll (uncredited)
  • Filmtools  expendables (uncredited)
  • Garson Studios  coordinator
  • Garson Studios  sound stages (uncredited)
  • Hollywood Trucks  entertainment transportation (uncredited)
  • Manhattan Center Studios  music recorded at
  • Mode HQ  post-production (additional support) (uncredited)
  • New Mexico Film Commission  thanks
  • Nonesuch Records  soundtrack
  • Omega Cinema Props  thanks
  • Otto Nemenz International  camera equipment
  • Sony Pictures Studios  sound re-recording
  • Texas Film Commission  thanks
  • The Town of Granger, Texas  thanks
  • Tony's Catering  catering
  • Transportation Resources  transportation equipment (uncredited)
  • Trevanna Post  post-production accounting


  • Paramount Pictures (2010) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures Entertainment (2010) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Bontonfilm (2011) (Czech Republic) (theatrical)
  • Finnkino (2011) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Japan (2011) (Japan) (theatrical) (as Paramount Pictures Japan)
  • Paramount Pictures (2011) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures (2011) (France) (theatrical)
  • Solar Entertainment (2011) (Philippines) (theatrical)
  • Tatrafilm (2011) (Slovakia) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2011) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2011) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2011) (Philippines) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2010) (Poland) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2011) (Sweden) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2011) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2011) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2011) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Argentina Video Home (2011) (Argentina) (DVD)
  • Argentina Video Home (2011) (Argentina) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Film1 (2011) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • Odeon (2011) (Greece) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment Finland (2011) (Finland) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2011) (Germany) (DVD) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2011) (Sweden) (DVD)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2011) (Sweden) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2011) (USA) (DVD)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2011) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Zon Lusomundo Audiovisuais (2011) (Portugal) (all media)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Creature Effects (mechanical horse effects)
  • Luma Pictures (visual effects)
  • Special FX International (uncredited)
  • Tinsley Studio (prosthetic make-up effects) (corpse creation)
  • Wolf Stuntworks (uncredited)

Visual Effects by:

  • Andy Burmeister known as matchmover: Luma Pictures
  • Alexandre Cancado known as lead compositor: Luma Pictures
  • John Cassella known as senior effects TD: Luma Pictures (as John Cassella Jr.)
  • Marcel Caue known as roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures
  • Ray Chang known as digital paint artist: Luma Pictures
  • Vincent Cirelli known as visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Patrick Clancey known as digital opticals (as Pat Clancey)
  • Nick Damico known as effects TD: Luma Pictures
  • Brandon Davis known as effects technical director: Luma Pictures
  • Ruy Delgado known as roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures (as Ruy Santos Delgado)
  • Chad Dombrova known as senior pipeline TD: Luma Pictures
  • Matthew G. Donnan known as roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures (as Matt Donnan)
  • Tayla Ealom known as visual effects production assistant: Luma Pictures
  • Brian Fortune known as roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures
  • Julie Garcia known as lighter: Luma Pictures
  • Katie Godwin known as visual effects coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Lenny Gordon known as matchmover: Luma Pictures
  • Anthony Grant known as roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures
  • Steve Griffith known as visual effects producer: Luma Pictures
  • Jennifer Gutierrez known as compositor: Luma Pictures
  • H Haden Hammond known as sequence supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Satoshi Harada known as lighter: Luma Pictures
  • John R. Hazzard known as pipeline technical director: Luma Pictures (as John Hazzard)
  • Brent Hensarling known as senior systems administrator: Luma Pictures
  • Catherine Hughes known as visual effects coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Justin Johnson known as digital effects supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Harimander Singh Khalsa known as compositor: Luma Pictures (as Michael Cashore)
  • Tony Lyons known as roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures
  • Jessica Madsen known as roto/paint lead: Luma Pictures (as Jessica Bakke)
  • Marcel Martins known as rotoscope artist: Luma Pictures
  • Paul Molodowitch known as pipeline technical director: Luma Pictures
  • Glenn Morris known as roto/paint supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Gautama Murcho known as junior compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Marla Neto known as visual effects coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Justin O'Reilly known as visual effects production assistant: Luma Pictures
  • Michael Perdew known as technical coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Tom Piedmont known as roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures
  • Justin Porter known as technical coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Pavel Pranevsky known as CG supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Pimentel A. Raphael known as animation supervisor: Luma Pictures (as Raphael Pimentel)
  • Nathan Rich known as system administrator: Luma Pictures
  • Marcos Romero known as animator: Luma Pictures (as Marcos D. Romero)
  • Drew Rosen known as system administrator: Luma Pictures
  • Jean-Louis Schiller known as roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures (as Schiller Jean-Louis Jr.)
  • Payam Shohadai known as managing visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Joey Sila known as compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Jared Simeth known as lead compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Thanapoom Siripopungul known as rigging technical director: Luma Pictures
  • Ryan Sivley known as animator: Luma Pictures
  • Devin Smith known as pipeline TD: Luma Pictures
  • Safari Sosebee known as roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures
  • Michael Stewart known as compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Richard Sutherland known as CG supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Steven Swanson known as senior visual effects producer: Luma Pictures
  • Ryan Trippensee known as compositor: Luma Pictures
  • James Waterson known as compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Elaine Wu known as animator: Luma Pictures
  • Brandon Young known as effects TD: Luma Pictures
  • Sonia Yu known as lighter: Luma Pictures
  • Loic Zimmermann known as concept artist: Luma Pictures
  • Gus Duron known as digital opticals editor (uncredited)
  • Jessica Madsen known as digital artist: Luma Pictures (uncredited)
  • Philippe Majdalani known as digital intermediate assistant producer (uncredited)
  • Artin Matousian known as systems administrator (uncredited)
  • Jared Sanders known as matchmove artist: Luma Pictures (uncredited)

Release Date:

  • USA 14 December 2010 (New York City, New York) (premiere)
  • Canada 22 December 2010
  • USA 22 December 2010
  • Norway 21 January 2011
  • Australia 26 January 2011
  • Mexico 4 February 2011
  • Uruguay 4 February 2011
  • Argentina 10 February 2011
  • Germany 10 February 2011 (Berlin International Film Festival)
  • Kazakhstan 10 February 2011
  • Netherlands 10 February 2011
  • Peru 10 February 2011
  • Russia 10 February 2011
  • Brazil 11 February 2011
  • Iceland 11 February 2011
  • Ireland 11 February 2011
  • Panama 11 February 2011
  • Poland 11 February 2011
  • Spain 11 February 2011
  • UK 11 February 2011
  • Venezuela 11 February 2011
  • Belgium 16 February 2011
  • Czech Republic 17 February 2011
  • Denmark 17 February 2011
  • Greece 17 February 2011
  • Hungary 17 February 2011
  • Israel 17 February 2011
  • Kuwait 17 February 2011
  • Portugal 17 February 2011
  • Slovakia 17 February 2011
  • Slovenia 17 February 2011
  • Estonia 18 February 2011
  • Finland 18 February 2011
  • Italy 18 February 2011
  • Sweden 18 February 2011
  • Egypt 23 February 2011
  • France 23 February 2011
  • Philippines 23 February 2011
  • Germany 24 February 2011
  • Hong Kong 24 February 2011
  • Malaysia 24 February 2011
  • Singapore 24 February 2011
  • South Korea 24 February 2011
  • Bulgaria 25 February 2011
  • Lithuania 25 February 2011
  • Romania 25 February 2011
  • Turkey 25 February 2011
  • Serbia 4 March 2011 (Belgrade Film Festival)
  • Japan 18 March 2011

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for some intense sequences of western violence including disturbing images



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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