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The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor is a 2008 American action-adventure fantasy film directed by Rob Cohen, written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, and produced by Stephen Sommers (director of the first two films), Bob Ducsay, Sean Daniel, and James Jacks. The film is set in China rather than Egypt and focuses on the Terracotta Army s origins. It is the third and final installment in The Mummy trilogy. It stars Brendan Fraser, Jet Li, Maria Bello (replacing Rachel Weisz, who played Evelyn in the first two films), John Hannah, Luke Ford, Anthony Wong, and Michelle Yeoh.
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor premiered in Moscow on July 24, 2008, and was released in the United States on August 1, 2008. The film received mostly negative reviews from critics and grossed $403 million worldwide, the trilogy s lowest-grossing film. Universal Pictures rebooted the Mummy franchise in 2017 as an attempt to start the Dark Universe franchise.
In ancient China, a warlord unites the country s kingdoms into an empire, becoming the Dragon Emperor. He led a civil war to become the Qin dynasty since his men burning all of the books and scrolls, later ordered the construction of the Great Wall of China, and buried his enemies corpses beneath it. He learns to control fire, water, earth, wood, and metal—the traditional Chinese Wuxing elements.
However, the Emperor grows fearful that his death will end all he has accomplished and summons Zi Yuan, a sorceress. He sends her to an ancient monastery with his second-in-command, General Ming, to find the long-lost Oracle Bones, which hold the key to eternal life. She and Ming fall in love, despite the Emperor wanting Zi Yuan to himself. When one of his servants witnesses them consummating their relationship, the Emperor has Ming executed in retaliation. Yuan curses the Emperor and his soldiers, turning them into the Terracotta Army.
Centuries later, in 1946, Alex O Connell—Rick and Evelyn O Connell s son—and his archaeology professor Roger Wilson find the Emperor s tomb. Though attacked by a mysterious woman, they bring the sarcophagus to Shanghai. At the same time, the British government entrusts Rick and Evelyn to take a gemstone called the Eye of Shangri-La back to China.
In Shanghai during the Chinese New Year, the O Connells learn that Wilson works for a rogue military faction led by General Yang and his assistant, Colonel Choi, who provided the financial backing of Alex s expedition. Yang believes the Emperor can lead China out of the chaos following World War II, resurrecting him using the Eye of Shangri-La, which contains mystical water from Shangri-La.
Revived, the Emperor accepts Yang s services but kills Wilson. The O Connells attempt to stop him with Lin s help, the woman who had earlier attacked Alex, but he escapes. Lin reveals that she possesses the only weapon that can kill the Emperor—a cursed dagger.
Along with Evelyn s brother, Jonathan Carnahan, the O Connells and Lin travel to a stupa in the Himalayas that will reveal the path to Shangri-La. With help from yetis summoned by Lin, the group holds off Yang s forces, but the Emperor discovers Shangri-La s location. The Emperor gravely wounds Rick while Alex triggers an avalanche, slowing the Emperor s pursuit. Lin takes them to Shangri-La, where Zi Yuan still lives and can heal Rick s wound. The group discovers Lin is Yuan s daughter, both rendered immortal by the mystical waters. As Rick heals, Alex and Lin grow close, but Lin cannot bear falling in love with Alex only to watch him grow old and die.
The Emperor and Yang arrive, and the Emperor bathes in the waters, restoring his human form and granting him massive supernatural power. Morphing into a three-headed dragon, he steals the cursed dagger, kidnaps Lin, and flies back to his tomb. He revives the Terracotta Army, declares his intention for world domination, and directs them to breach the Great Wall, after which they will be invincible.
The O Connells and Zi Yuan pursue the Emperor to the Great Wall, where Yuan, using the Oracle Bones, sacrifices her and Lin s immortality to raise an undead army of the Emperor s enemies, led by a revived General Ming. As the two undead armies clash, Alex rescues Lin. Yuan fights the Emperor and steals the dagger from him before he mortally wounds her. As she dies, she gives the blade to Rick and Alex.
The Emperor retreats into the Great Wall, but Alex and Rick confront him while Evelyn and Lin kill Yang and Choi. After a ferocious fight, Rick and Alex overpower the Emperor and stab him with the dagger, defeating him and destroying the Terracotta Army. Ming and his army briefly celebrate before entering the afterlife.
The O Connells and Lin return to Shanghai, where Alex and Lin start a relationship. Jonathan moves to Peru with the Eye of Shangri-La, intending to live somewhere with no mummies, not knowing that mummies will soon be discovered there.
- Brendan Fraser as Rick O Connell, a retired adventurer, Evelyn s husband and Alex s father.
- Jet Li as Han the Dragon Emperor, an evil warlord who desired immortality. Though he becomes immortal, he and his army were mummified alive. Once revived, he seeks to enslave the world.
- Maria Bello as Evelyn Carnahan-O Connell, Rick s wife and Alex s mother, also a retired adventurer/librarian turned novelist. She was previously portrayed by Rachel Weisz.
- John Hannah as Jonathan Carnahan, Evelyn s elder brother.
- Russell Wong as General Ming Guo, the Emperor s former second-in-command, Zi Yuan s lover, and Lin s father.
- Liam Cunningham as Mad Dog Maguire, a pilot and old friend of Rick who helps the O Connells make their way to Tibet on their journey to Shangri-La.
- Luke Ford as Alexander Rupert Alex O Connell, Rick s and Evelyn s son, now twenty-one years old, who develops a crush on Zi Yuan s daughter, Lin. He was previously portrayed by Freddie Boath in the last film.
- Isabella Leong as Lin, Alex s love interest, Zi Yuan s daughter and protector of the Emperor s tomb.
- Michelle Yeoh as Zi Yuan, an immortal sorceress whom the Emperor sought in order to obtain the secret to eternal life she possesses.
- Anthony Wong as General Yang, a rogue Kuomintang general who becomes the Emperor s supporter.
- Jessey Meng as Colonel Choi, Yang s assistant.
- David Calder as Professor Roger Wilson, Alex s supporter in his expedition of the Emperor s tomb, but secretly a collaborator with Yang and Choi.
- Albert Kwan as Chu Wah, a worker at the initial dig site who is killed by an acid trap.
- James Bradford as Jameson, Rick and Evelyn s butler.
- Michael Sherer and Scott Taylor as the motion-capture of the yetis that aid the O Connells in the Himalayas.
- Freda Foh Shen as the Narrator.
In November 2001, director Stephen Sommers, who directed the previous Mummy films, said about directing a third film, There is a demand for it, but most of the gang would only be up for it again if we could find a way to make it bigger and better. In May 2004 during the release of Van Helsing, he expressed his doubts about having the energy to make a third film, though the cast of previous films had expressed interest in returning. In December 2005, he reviewed a script written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, about a Chinese mummy (China s first emperor, who wants to take over the world with his army of accursed warriors in 1940).
The idea of The Emperor and his army is based on the real-life Qin emperor Qin Shi Huang, who was buried amidst thousands of crafted and fired terra cotta soldiers, called the Terracotta Army.
An early version of Gough and Millar s script contained many callbacks to the previous films that went unused. The original prologue had Zi Yuan (Zohora) going to Hamunaptra and making a terracotta copy of the Book of the Dead, featuring the puzzle box key from the first film. Instead of the Oracle Bones, Zohora uses the book s terracotta copy to curse the Emperor and his army. The book would also have been used to resurrect the Emperor instead of the Elixir of Life. Jonathan not only named his nightclub after Imhotep but styled the barmaids with Anck-Su-Namun s bodypaint. The Bembridge Scholars that Evy frequently mentioned in the first film would have returned in a minor role as the character Sir Colin Willoughby, the head of the society, would play a role in the Dragon Emperor s resurrection in Wilson s place. In the second film, Meela says three men will receive their just rewards. The Emperor Mummy says Yang (Okumura) will get his reward when the Emperor conquers the larger world. During the final battle, Alex s slingshot would return to play a vital role in defeating the Emperor.
Like the previous films, this early draft contained more body horror elements, including a crocodile eating Okumura s arm; and maggots, bone fragments, and fossilized guts seeping through the Emperor Mummy s wounds. After becoming immortal, the Emperor forms a new brain, eyeball, and skin grafts over his cracked body. In his mummy form, the Dragon Emperor shared a few similarities with Imhotep: they both drain people s lifeforce to heal themselves (in doing so, the Emperor, however, also turns his victims into terracotta and shatters them); after draining one character, the Emperor Mummy inherits his victim s blue eyes, like Imhotep did in one scene of the second movie; Just as Imhotep made impressions of his face in sand and water in the first and second films, respectively, the Emperor Mummy does the same during the avalanche, making his face appear in the snow. The mummification sequence was also more graphic as the Emperor s heart would ve become visible through his chest, pumping black blood through his veins and out of his pores. Then molten clay covers his clothes and body before being superheated and hardened by intense white light beams from within him.
The script showed the Emperor as having a more ruthless personality. He sends Zohora to Hamunaptra under the threat of killing her lover Ming Guo (Sun Tzu) if she fails to return within 90 days, only to present her with his head in a box when she does. When he becomes immortal, the Emperor puts a searing finger on Okumura s forehead, makes him kneel, and pledge his loyalty. He kisses Zohora to simultaneously spite and curse her by turning her and the other immortals in Shangri-La into terracotta statues. The curse doesn t affect Lin (Lily Chen) because she s already sacrificed her immortality before the Emperor arrives in Shangri-La. Then, as he takes Lily, the Emperor tells her she will pay for her mother s sins by sharing his bed as his queen. During the climax, the Emperor punishes Okumura for his failure by encasing him in a giant brass lantern.
The script took place in 1940 during World War II instead of afterward. Rick and Evy are introduced in Agra, India, acting as spies for the British government, observing Okumura, believing he has a secret weapon for the Japanese to win the war, later revealed to be the Emperor. With the backdrop of the war, the script shows the tensions between the Chinese and Japanese, with one scene in Imhotep s where Jonathan calms a dispute between the O Connells friend and Chinese resistance member, Chang, and Japanese Major Suki. Another later had the O Connells reluctantly forced to stand back and watch Chang get captured by Japanese troops, who collect insurgents and send them on trains to work camps, as Lily previously told Alex. It s revealed that despite Rick and Evy sending Alex to Yale to protect him, he left his first year without their knowledge and failed to enlist in the army before being called by Willoughby to work with him. Unlike the film, the O Connells learn the Emperor has five days to become immortal after he s awakened, or he ll turn to dust. Later, at a monastery in the Himalayas ransacked by Japanese soldiers, they encounter a Tibetan monk they dub Tequila, who joins the group, leading them to the Temple of Whispering Skulls and accompanying them to the Great Wall. Rather than the Emperor Mummy mortally wounding Rick, Alex would ve taken the hit to save his dad.
Other notable differences between the script and film include Shangri-La depicted as a lush utopia filled with people from various eras. The Dragon Emperor showed more of his mastery over the five Chinese elements: he freezes and unfreezes a river to escape; rapidly shoots fireballs from his hands; makes snow arms to drag enemies underground, and makes a raincloud with water from the Spring of Eternal Life to raise his army. Unlike in the movie, he doesn t become a shapeshifter. Many Chinese slave workers and other prisoners the Japanese took, including Chang, ward off the Emperor s Terracotta Army instead of undead warriors. Instead of the one-on-one fight between Rick and the Dragon Emperor, the O Connells try to complete a ritual involving the five elements to unlock the River of Spirits, the Emperor s enemies souls beneath the Great Wall, to defeat the terracotta soldiers as the Emperor tries to stop them. Rick tells the Emperor to give Imhotep his regards after delivering the killing blow. The terracotta curse upon Shangri-La ends with the Emperor s death, freeing its inhabitants, including Zohora.
In March 2006, actor Oded Fehr, who played Ardeth Bay in the first two films said that Sommers had told him that a third film was in development and being written, with only Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz s characters returning. The following September, Universal Pictures offered director Joe Johnston the helm, instead of Jurassic World but Johnston declined. Later in the month, Weisz expressed interest in reprising her role.
In January 2007, Universal announced Sommers would not direct the third film. It was then announced that Universal entered talks with director Rob Cohen to take over directing duties. Later in the month, the story was revealed to center around Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz s characters, as well as their adult son. Negotiations with the actors were in progress at that time. In February, casting began for the role of Alex O Connell. Additionally, John Hannah reprised his role as Jonathan. Also in that month, Cohen mentioned that Jet Li and Michelle Yeoh would star in the film although the official confirmation wasn t published until May.
In April, Brendan Fraser re-joined the cast for the film. Weisz did not, citing problems with the script in addition to having just given birth to her son. The film was shot in Montreal and China. The film was originally reported to be titled The Mummy 3: Curse of the Dragon. In April, Luke Ford was cast as Alex O Connell, replacing Freddie Boath in the role and in May, Maria Bello was cast to replace Weisz in the role of Evelyn. Bello commented during an interview that the new Evy is different from the original Evy . She has the same name, but she is quite a different character, said Bello. At a news conference in Shanghai, Bello told the audience that Rob Cohen has created a new Evelyn. In the first two Mummy movies she was all actiony and lovely, but this Evelyn might be a little more… forceful in terms of her martial art skills and shooting skills .
Principal photography started at Montreal s Mel s Cite du Cinéma. There, the Eye of Shangri-la scenes were shot by production designer Nigel Phelps. The team then shot on the courtyard set of gateway to Shangri-la. The courtyard was dressed with fake snow, created by effects supervisor Bruce Steinheimer s team.
At the city s ADF stage, Phelps s team created sets of the Terra Cotta mausoleum. Set decorator Anne Kuljian designed 20 different statue heads that were sculpted by 3D Arts team and interchanged between shots. One soldier and horse statue was bought from China, and copies of it as well as The Dragon Emperor were made (Jet Li s statue was sculpted by Lucie Fournier, Tino Petronzio, and Nick Petronzio in a workshop in Montreal). Propmaster Kim Wai Chung supervised the making of the horses’ bridles and mausoleum ornaments in China. Meanwhile, at Mel s, the brutal battle between the Emperor and Rick was filmed, the first scene shot with Jet Li.
On October 15, 2007, the team moved to China. At Shanghai Studios, a set depicting the city in the 1940s was used for the chase sequence and was shot in three weeks. General Yang s camp was filmed in a Ming village near Tian Mo. At the studio, Chinese cultural advisers aided Cohen in depicting the Qin Dynasty language and ceremonies. The O Connell family s drama scenes were shot in an Egyptian-themed nightclub suitably named Imhotep s .
The crew frequently had to halt filming when soldiers marched in and near Shanghai. The desert battlefield s setting was actually a training facility for the Chinese army that was leased.
The visual effects were done by two Los Angeles-based VFX houses. Rhythm and Hues Studios designed the Yetis and dragons, while Digital Domain handled the battle scenes with the Emperor s terracotta warriors. The pool of water resembling diamonds took Rhythm and Hues eleven months to complete. The A.I. software Massive, used for the Lord of the Rings films, was used to create the undead battle scenes.
Design company Imaginary Forces created the opening title sequence and end titles. IF designers also shot real paint splatters and brushstrokes. To portray an accurate and historic China, they turned to calligrapher T.Z. Yuan for ink brush writing.
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|The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)|
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|Released||July 29, 2008|
|Label||Varèse Sarabande VSD-6916|
|The Mummy soundtrack chronology|
Most of the film s score was composed by Randy Edelman and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. The soundtrack features numerous different Chinese and Middle Eastern ethnic instruments along with classic British folklore. The soundtrack was released on July 29, 2008, by Varèse Sarabande label, two days before the film s release. Composer John Debney (who had previously scored the music for the Mummy franchise s spin-off The Scorpion King) provided additional re-scored material for most of the bigger action sequences. The Hollywood Studio Symphony recorded 30 minutes of Debney s music in less than ten hours at the Fox Scoring Stage in July 2008, shortly before the film s release, however, the soundtrack album features Edelman s score and none of Debney s. The trailer prominently features the cues Armada by Two Steps From Hell and DNA Reactor by Pfeifer Broz. Music, the latter which also plays at the end of the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix trailer. It also plays Vampire Hunters by Wojciech Kilar, which was used in the trailers of the first and second films.
The soundtrack features The Flower Duet by Léo Delibes from his opera Lakmé.
The Mummy Movie Prequel: The Rise & Fall of Xango s Ax, a comic book limited series by IDW Publishing, was published to promote the film. The comic explores the relationship between Rick and his son Alex.
Sierra Entertainment made a game version of The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor for Wii, PlayStation 2, and Nintendo DS, which was released on July 22, 2008, in North America to mostly negative reviews. Gameloft made game version of The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor for mobile phones.
The film premiered in Moscow on July 24, 2008, and had a wide release of 3,760 theatres in North America on August 1, 2008.
The film was the top-grossing film the day it opened, earning $15.2 million (The Dark Knight was in second place with $12 million) on Friday. However, the film did not become number one overall in the box office on opening weekend, claiming only $40.4 million, which allowed The Dark Knight to claim the top spot for the third consecutive week with $42.6 million.
The film however scored a bigger success at the international box office where it opened at the first position in 26 of the 28 released markets over the weekend and grossed over $59.5 million in the three-day period. It substantially outpaced comparable openings for The Mummy ($16.7 million) and The Mummy Returns ($21.5 million) in the same markets. The film also set opening records for the distributor in Korea (drawing $13.3 million), Russia ($12.7 million), Spain ($6.7 million), and Thailand. As of October 10, 2008, the film s domestic total stands at $102,491,776, with a much stronger international intake of $300,958,054. This brings its worldwide total to $403,449,830. It is the lowest-grossing film in The Mummy trilogy.
As of June 2022, on Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 13%, based on 178 reviews, with an average rating of 3.70/10. The site s critical consensus read, With middling CG effects and a distinct lack of fun, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor finds the series past its prime. As of November 2021, on Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 31 out of 100, based on reviews from 33 critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B− on an A+ to F scale.
Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film a positive review, awarding it three stars out of four and remarking, Now why did I like this movie? It was just plain dumb fun, is why. Ebert also stated that it is the best in the series. Nathan Rabin of The Onion s A.V. Club stated that the film succeeds largely through sheer excess , albeit within a context that plods along mechanically through its first hour. William Arnold of Seattle Post-Intelligencer gave a mildly positive review, saying that anyone in the market for an overblown and totally mindless adventure-comedy will certainly get his money s worth. Dallas movie reviewer Casey C. Corpier said that the film was almost as enjoyable as the original and liked the fact that it delivered what it advertised. Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times said the film has some good things does not have enough of them to make the third time the charm. Ken Fox of TV Guide called the film passable popcorn fare. Jennie Punter of The Globe and Mail said the film is kind of fun, but the twists and turns are all too familiar. Michael Sragow of the Baltimore Sun said the film is like an Indiana Jones movie without rhythm, wit or personality, just a desperate, headlong pace.
|Saturn Awards||Best Horror Film||Nominated|
|CDG Awards||Best Costume Design – Fantasy||Sanja Milkovic Hays||Nominated|
|Golden Reel Awards||Best Sound Editing – Dialogue and ADR||Becky Sullivan, Daniel S. Irwin, John C. Stuver and Michelle Pazer||Nominated|
|National Movie Awards||Best Action/Adventure Film||Nominated|
|Best Male Performance||Brendan Fraser||Nominated|
|Visual Effects Society Awards||Outstanding Created Environment||Mike Meaker, Richard Mahon, Jason Iverson and Sho Hasegawa||Nominated|
|BMI Film Awards||Best Music||Randy Edelman||Won|
The film was released on DVD on December 16, 2008. By mid-2011, excluding Blu-ray sales and DVD rentals, it had sold over 2.5 million copies, totalling US$41,768,192 in revenue.
After the film was released, actress Maria Bello stated that another Mummy film will absolutely be made and that she had already signed on. Actor Luke Ford was signed on for three more films as well. However, in 2012, Universal Pictures cancelled the film and was instead working on a reboot, titled The Mummy.
On April 4, 2012, Universal announced their plans to reboot the franchise. The film was intended to be the first installment of the Dark Universe, simply titled The Mummy, and was released in June 2017. However, the film failed both critically and financially, making this the only film installment in a failed Dark Universe.
|Plot||In the Far East, Alex O’Connell, the son of famed mummy fighters Rick and Evy O’Connell, unearths the mummy of the first Emperor of Qin — a shape-shifting entity cursed by a witch centuries ago.|
|Awards||Awards, 2 wins & 6 nominations|
|Writers||Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, John L. Balderston|
|Stars||Brendan Fraser, Jet Li, Maria Bello|
|Produced by||Chris Brigham,Sean Daniel,Bob Ducsay,Jianxin Huang,James Jacks,Chiu Wah Lee,Qin Lei,Josette Perrotta,Marc Pitre,Zhonglun Ren,Stephen Sommers,Matt Stuecken,Doris Tse,Pengle Xu|
|Music by||Randy Edelman|
|Cinematography by||Simon Duggan|
|Film Editing by||Kelly Matsumoto,Joel Negron|
|Casting By||Ronna Kress|
|Production Design by||Nigel Phelps|
|Art Direction by||John Dexter,David Gaucher,Isabelle Guay,Nicolas Lepage,Jean-Pierre Paquet,Scott Zuber|
|Set Decoration by||Anne Kuljian,Philippe Lord|
|Costume Design by||Sanja Milkovic Hays|
|Makeup Department||Caroline Aquin,Fung-Yin Cheng,Nelson Dacosta,Nelson De Costa,Jean-Jacques Dion,Réjean Forget,Yuko Ying Min Fu,Bruno Gatien,Emilie Gauthier,Francois Gauthier,Hui Xian Guo,Warren Hanneman,Tahira Herold,Teressa Hill,Jing Ma Jing,Song Jing,Xu Juan,Kathy Kelso,Eva Sik Wa Ko,Connie Lai,Martin Lapointe,Serge Lavigueur,Max Leduc,Kuen Lee,Rong Li,Sun Liang,Eddie Liu,Yun-Ling Man,Adrien Morot,Magali Métivier,Marissa Nemes,Bridget O’Neill,Chanelle Ouellette,Johanne Paiement,Cynthia Patton,Colleen Quinton,Jin Chen Rui,Ghislaine Sant,Aileen Seaton,Shawn Stevenson,Popeye Ying Kwan Tam,Mark Unterberger,Qi Wang,Xiao Wang,Samuel Wong|
|Production Management||Mitchell E. Dauterive,Casey Grant,Lu Cien Hioe,Jim Kontos,Josette Perrotta,Miguel Ángel Poveda,Lisa Rodgers,Junjie Zhao,Xiaofeng Zhen,Yindy Leung|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Vic Armstrong,Anabelle Berkani,Holly Brace-Lavoie,Marielou Bélisle-Pierre,James Chasey,Renato De Cotiis,Zhi Tao He,Shi Min Li,Zheng Wei Li,Bin Liao,Lemon Liu,Sean Xiao Liu,Sylvia Liu,Yu Liu,Terence Madden,Terry Madden,Mao Mao,Bethan Mowat,Jacinthe Noreau,Jason Siu,Paul Taylor,Davina To,P.J. Voeten,Emmet Walsh,Fei Wang,Sunny Xiang Yi Zeng,Fan Zhang,Richard Goodwin|
|Art Department||Craig Abele,Andy Aitken,Daniel Auclair,Francis Back,Vasco Beauchamp,Vincent Brabant,James Branaman,Alain Brochu,Michel Brochu,Rejean Brochu,Joseane Brunelle,Geneviève Cambron,Benoit Camerlain,Mario Chabot,Sun Chuan Fei,Matt Codd,Joseph Conenna,Sherrie Dai,Luc De Schutter,Ivelin Demirov,Louis Frederic Denomme,Marie France Denoncourt,Yann Denoual,Marie-Soleil Dénommé,Dan Engle,Scot Erb,Henry Fong,Karin Fong,Jean-Francois Fortin,Steve Fuller,James Gambino,Michael Gardener,Alain Giguère,Mathieu Giguère,Marc Godding,Ronny Gosselin,Meinert Hansen,Jose Holder,Patrice Jacques,Karljessy Jomphe,Dimitri Kaliviotis,Elza Kephart,Chris Klein,Julianna Kolakis,Bruno La Haye,Annie Lamarre,Helene Lamarre,Brent Lambert,Michel R. Lambert,Céline Lampron,David Langley,Marco Lavallée,Alain Lepage,Di Liu,Shuo Liu,Ray Légaré,C.J. Maguire,Christopher Mansey,John Marshall,John McElroy,Martin L. Mercer,Jean-François Merlot,Veronique Meunier,James Miller,Cristian Monaldi,Julie Montplaisir,Vidar Neuhof,Stephanie Pan Ying,Véronique Piché,Guillaume Piette,Guy Pigeon,Manuel Plank-Jorge,Rudy Reachi,Benoit Robitaille,Charlotte Rouleau,Sean Samuels,Maya Shimoguchi,Ronnie Shum,Aaron Sims,Derek Stefanuk,Carole Theriault,Alex Touikan,Lucie Tremblay,Yanick Veilleux,Freeman Xiang,Lee Yang,Claire Alary,Kevin Conran,Ricardo F. Delgado,Lucie Fournier,The Godding Brothers,Dai Kate,Julia K. Levine,Tristan Tondino|
|Sound Department||Paul Aulicino,Pascal Beaudin,Cedric Charron,Tony Dawe,Marc Deschaine,Nerses Gezalyan,Hector C. Gika,Larry Hopkins,Xavier Horan,Daniel S. Irwin,Mark Kenna,Nick Kray,Daniel J. Leahy,Erik Llauger-Meiselman,Raymond Ma,Rhys Maitland-Jones,Craig Mann,Steve Mann,Louis Marion,Scott Millan,James Moriana,Chris Navarro,Steve Nelson,Michelle Pazer,Louis Piche,Clare Shan Runciman,Branden Spencer,Bruce Stambler,Greg Steele,John C. Stuver,Becky Sullivan,Gary Summers,Tim Walston,Drew Webster,Jeffrey Wilhoit,Denise Yarde,Stan Yau,Greg Zimmerman,Harry Cohen,Mark Sheffield|
|Special Effects by||Enrico Altmann,Andy Antoine,Marc Auclair,James Bomalick,Dana Campbell,Kevin Carter,Kyle Burnett Cashulin,Shing Chan,Adam Charbonneau,Yvon Charbonneau,Francis Choquette,Luo San Claire,Michael Clarke,Gary Coates,Ryal Cosgrove,Mike Cozens,Henrik D’Anjou,Ashutosh Deshmukh,Yves Dubreuil,Mario Dumont,André Essiembre,Megan Flagg,Scott Garcia,Corey Helmer,Pierre L’Heureux,Yau Ting Lam,Rob Langshaw,André Laperrière,Jerry Larouche,Arthur Wai Kit Lau,Bruce Law,Simon Martineau,Barry McQueary,Joe Montenegro,J. Claude Montplaisir,Casey D. Noel,Jean-Francois Patenaude,Louis Pedneault,Dave Pollak,James Poulin,Brent Radford,Isidoro Raponi,Edward T. Reiff Jr.,Stephan Robert,Sean Snell,Garth Steinheimer,R. Bruce Steinheimer,Rick Thompson,Michel Verdon,Tim Winchester,Daniel Yates,Hew-Ming Yu|
|Visual Effects by||Kiran Ahlawat,Imran Ahmed,Tanseer Ahmed,Amit Aidasani,Shish Aikat,Mohammad Akram,Erik Akutagawa,Mithun Jacob Alex,Spencer Alexander,Mir Z. Ali,Jeff Allen,Tom Allen,Alfonso Alpuerto,P.R. Amarnath,Balaji Anbalagan,Charles Anderson,Ted Andre,Charise E. Angone,Austen Armus,Ashima Taneja Arora,Ronald Arredondo,Charles Arulraj,Arpit Arya,Brandon Ashworth,Tohda Asuka,Rob Au,Steve Avoujageli,Bhavika Bajpai,Adam Balentine,Bill Houston Ball,Sachin Bangera,Nicholas Barnes,Simeon Bassett,Allen Battino,Bayard Baudoin,Geoffrey Baumann,Jason Bayever,Brooke Beane,Jeffery Beeland,Joel Behrens,Kevin Bell,Philip Benn,Bob Bennett,Matthew Benware,Lee Berger,Chris Bergman,Valerie Berney,Scott Berri,Anita Bevelheimer,Nikhil Bhatnagar,Aman Bhutani,Emil Bidiuc,Jason Billington,Bhargava Bioni,Dennis Blakey,Adam Blank,Sathish Kumar Bodicherla,Michael Boggs,Bhargava Boini,Swapnil Borawake,Sanchari Bose,Kevin Bouchez,E.M. Bowen,Alette Boyce,Todd Boyce,Edward Derian Boyke,John Bozzalla,Danny Braet,Ellen Brenner,John Brennick,A.J. Briones,Seth Brower,Ronn Brown,Marc Bryant,Josh Bryer,Alex Bryman,Christopher Burel,Bryan Burger,Nicholas Burkard,Andrew Burnett,Paul Bush,Matthew E. Butler,Bill Campbell,Georgia Cano,Tom Capizzi,Andrea Caretta,Alessandra Carlino,Steve Carter,Jeffrey Castel De Oro,Tyler Cayce,Joe Ceballos,M.B. Chaitanya,Tze-Him Chan,Theju Chandran,Kee Chang,Serena Chang,Jo-Wan Chao,Chris Chapman,Pierre Chastain,An-Lon Chen,Grace Chen,Yeen-Shi Chen,Vanessa Cheung,Raymond Chih,Hitesh Chikate,Wally Chin,Vikas Chirate,Vinny Chirayil,Sarah Cho,Go Woon Choi,Jung-Yoon Choi,Sandesh Chonkar,Samik Roy Choudhury,Shyam Chowdhury,Craig Chun,Sun Chung,Jeffrey Cilley,Danny Clark,Jessee J. Clarkson,Michael Clive,Dylan Cole,Chad E. Collier,Daniel Aristoteles Collins,Michael Comfort,Shaun Comly,Meagan Condito,Mary-Margaret Conley,Shane Cook,Ken Coolen,Francisco Cortina,Nicholas Cosmi,Brenton Cottman,Shelley Larocca Courte,Christopher Cram,Michael Crane,Craig Crawford,Alistair Creaser,Sean C. Cunningham,Kathleen Curry,Brian G. Curtis,Kevin Cushing,Julie D’Antoni,Samuel M. Dabbs,Rajdeep Dandekar,Payal Dani,Nirmal David,Brandon Davis,Tom Daws,William Day,Jose L. De Juan,Yoshi DeHerrera,Sandy DellaMarie,Steve Dellerson,Michelle Deniaud,Justin Denton,Venuprasath Dhanapal,Jesse Vander Does,Hugo Dominguez,Raul Dominguez,Kevin Dooley,Bill Dorais,Joshua Doud,John Dowell,Rachel Drews,Frank Du,Donna Dubuc-Curtis,Mark Duckworth,Nancy Duff,Todd Dufour,Ryan Duhaime,Philip Duncan,Frederic Durand,Antoine Durr,Syd Dutton,Pauline Duvall,Edgar Díaz,Carolyn Ee-Kaiser,Brett Ellis,Chris Elmer,Richard Enders,Ryan English,Anders Ericson,Timothy Eulich,Jack Evans,Steven Fagerquist,Devin Fairbairn,Rich Fallat,Joe Farrell,Colbert Fennelly,Emily Fenster,Chad Finnerty,Brenda Finster,Lucio I. Flores,Chris Flynn,Edwin Fong,Collin Fowler,Mark Freund,Mike Frevert,Robert A.D. Frick,Mathias Frodin,Maki Fukumoto,Matthew Fuller,Sagar Funde,Nicole Galaz,Erik Gamache,Ginesh Gandhi,Alex Garcia,Julie Garcia,Jahkeeli Garnett,Scott Gastellu,Michael Gay,Larry Gaynor,Brian Gazdik,Jack Geckler,Brian Genna,Denil George,Bill Georgiou,Adam Ghering,Divakar Ghodake,John Gibson,Swen Gillberg,Ryan Gillis,Anastacios Gionis,Alex Gitler,Bryan Godwin,Daniel Gonzalez,John Goodman,Jimmy Gordon,Scott Gordon,Stuart D. Gordon,Richard Grandy,Victor Grant,Matthew Gratzner,Lori Green,Mark Greenberg,Stephanie Greenquist,Paul Griffin,Chris Grun,Jay Grunfeld,Phaneendra Gullapalli,Tom K. Gurney,Briana Hamilton,Justin Hammond,Anthony Juno Han,Dae-Ho Han,Brian Hanable,Nina Harlan,Anthony Harris,Ian A. Harris,Jordan B. Harris,Marlan Harris,Audie Harrison,Sho Hasegawa,Kenny Haug,Korre Heggem,Claas Henke,Alex Henning,Garman Herigstad,Nick Hiatt,Jonathan Hicks,Brad Hiebert,Austin Hiser,Wei Ho,Alan Hodges,David Hodgins,Dark Hoffman,Glenn Holbrook,Christina Hsu Holland,Phil Holland,Brian Holligan,Heather Hoyland,Konstantin Hristozov,Chia-Chi Hu,Jamison Huber,Melissa Huerta,Jamie Huey,John Hughes,Joel Hynek,Slavik IA,Kenneth Ibrahim,Bridget Immelman,Neeraj Ingle,Aruna Inversin,Katherine Ipjian,Isaac Irvin,Tracy Nicole Irwin,Jason Iversen,Lakshmi Subramanian Iyer,Kenneth Everett Jackson,Kenny Jackson,Virendra Jadhav,Sandeep Jawalkar,Mattias Jervill,Lei Jin,Aimee Johnson,Jaimie Lee Jota-Finnerty,Doug Juhn,Tim Kadowaki,Karen Kageyama,Alla Kalachnikova,Sathya Kaliamoorthy,Kamalakkannan,Rohit Karandadi,John Kasprzak,Gurpreet Kaur,Sean Kennedy,Wayne Kennedy,Chris J. Kenny,Scott Kilburn,Chansoo Kim,Dave Kim,Sam Kim,Vemulapalli Sasi Kiran,Karen Klein,MacDuff Knox,Marta Knudsen,Karl Kohlman,Joshua I. Kolden,Loo Yee Kong,Gene Kozicki,Varun Krishnan,Rodian Kubelec,Takashi Kubota,Paul Kulikowski,Jyoti Kumar,Mukesh Kumar,Prince Kurian,James Kuroda,Paulina Kuszta,Kelly L’Estrange,Joseph Lacap,Joshua LaCross,Michelle Ladd,Yogesh Lakhani,Jay Lalime,Hugo Lalonde,Ladd Lanford,Phillip Lang,Mårten Larsson,Jessica Laszlo,James Travis Lawrence,Tim LeDoux,Isabelle Leduc,Jeanny Lee,Kelvin Lee,Hannah K. Lees,Eric Leidenroth,Nick Levenduski,Michael Levine,Kent Lidke,Gregory D. Liegey,Daniel Lindsey,David Linsey,Victoria Livingstone,Alex Llewellyn,Sophia Lo,Ting Lo,Jo Lockman,Ryan Lorie,Blaine Lougheed,Justin Louis,Andrew Lowell,Lap Van Luu,Rainie Ma,Daniel Macarin,Hugh Macdonald,Rob MacKenzie,Carol Madrigal,Lisa Maher,Richard Mahon,Les Major,Varun Malhotra,Jason Malinowsky,Sudip Mallick,Joe Mancewicz,Zach Mandt,Shilpesh Mane,Vangala Manoj,Simon Marinof,Rachel A. Mariscal,Ben Marks,Fumi Mashimo,Daniel Maskit,Chase Massingill,David Masure-Bosco,Craig Mathieson,Gaurav Mathur,Tim Matney,Shoichi Matsubara,Shelley Matsutani,Sarah Mattes,Kirk Mawhinney,Daniel McCurley,Jane M. McCurley,Luke McDonald,Josh McGuire,M. Gavin McMillan,Mike Meaker,Jay Mehta,Daniel Mejia,Joel Román Mendías,Ravikumar Menon,Bob Mercier,Jaymie Miguel,Brian David Miller,Douglas Miller,Chirag Mistry,Sheila Molnar,Shawn Monaghan,Juan Pablo Monroy,Rodney Montague,Rohini Montenegro,Jim Moorhead,Zeke Morales,Cathy Morin,Meg Morris,Jennie Morse,Daniel Moy,Anandroop Mukherjee,Shane Mulholland,Patrick Paul Mullane,Kyle Mulqueen,Ken Murano,Connor Murphy,Ken Museth,Ram Mohan Nadam Reddy,Michael Nair,Sei Nakashima,Rishikesh Nandlaskar,Naveen Natarajan,Paula Nederman,Brandon Nelson,Lee Nelson,David Neuberger,Alana Newell,Stephen F. Newnam,Jonathan Ng,Thanh Nguyen,Vinh Nguyen,Bruce Nicholson,Will Nicholson,Caesar Niculescu,David Niednagel,Christopher S. Nielsen,James P. Noon,John Norris,Beckett Noyes,Onesimus Nuernberger,Collette Nunes,Shyam Prasad Chowdhary Nunna,Mike Ocoboc,Hideki Okano,Joshua Ong,Steven Ong,Tyler Opatrny,Desi Ortiz,Nathan Ortiz,Siegfried Ostertag,Lauralea Otis,Boban Panakal Varghese Joy,Ken Paris,Elam Parithi,James Parris,Zach Parrish,Samir Patel,Sanjit Patel,Dan Patterson,Promit Pattnaik,Andrew A. Paules,Vishal Pawar,Michael Pecchia,Lou Pecora,Mario Peixoto,Seth Peterson,Eric Petey,David Ryan Phalen,Jean Joseph Philip,Mark V. Phillips,Tom Piedmont,Anthony Pintor,Kelly Port,Phillip Prahl,Dave Preciado,Francis Puthanangadi,Rajesh Putta,Youngil Pyo,Jason Quintana,Nordin Rahhali,Vivek Ram,Vamshi Ramasagaram,Nachiarkovil Durairaj Rangesh,Lance Ranzer,Sanjay Rao,Shrinidhi Rao,Andres Rascon,Marina Ratina,Rajmohan Singh Rawat,Sunil Rawat,Suryapal Rawat,Derek Raymond,Shinichi Rembutsu,Thomas Reppen,Radost Ridlen,Rick Rische,Edwin Rivera,Sean Rivet,Burke Roane,Becky Roberts,Chris Rockwell,Ruben Rodas,Patrick J. Rodriguez,Chad Roen,Bob Roesler,Christopher Rogers,Jody Rogers,Stephanie Rogers,Allen Rose,Mikki Rose,Karl Rumpf,Sathish Kumar S.M.,George Saavedra,Diksha Sagar,Saswat Sahoo,Ryo Sakaguchi,J.R. Salazar,Mayuresh Salunke,Mayur Samant,Neha Samant,David S. Sanchez,Michael Sanchez,David Sanger,Arnab Sanyal,Olivier Sarda,Minoru Sasaki,Christopher Savides,Jeff Schanz,Jean-Louis Schiller,Scott Schneider,Robert Scifo,Donovan Scott,Diana Sear,Kevin Sears,Vijay Selvam,Argha Sen,Stan Seo,Seshaprasad,Behnam Shafiebeik,Divyesh Shah,Siddharth Shah,Som Shankar,Srikanth Shanmugam,Amit Sharma,Shreya Shetty,Stephen Shimano,Mayumi Shimokawa,Gregory Shimp,Heekyung Shin,Jay Shindell,Misato Shinohara,Josh Shuman,Daveed Shwartz,M. Shyam Chand,Shyamchand,Prateep Siamwalla,Cybele Sierra,Murugan Siju,Clancy Silver,Sabrina Silver,Craig A. Simms,Fred Simon,Arjun Singh,Dhruv Singh,Bradford Tillman Skiles,Amie Slate,Beth Sleven,Edmond Smith III,Brad Smith,Marc Smith,R. Matt Smith,Carlos Solorzano,Dinesh Soni,Alan Sonneman,Joseph Spadaro,Amy Spanner,Derek Spears,Danny Speck,Lisa Spence,Michael Spence,Bill Spradlin,Seshadri Srinidhi,Julie Stark,Jennifer Stratton,Matthew Stringer,Florian Strobl,Catherine Sudolcan,Yuki Sugimoto,Radhakrishnan Sundararaj,Åsa Svedberg,Ryan Swanno,Kristen Swanson,Craig Sylvester,Hirofumi Takeda,Craig Talmy,Andy Tamandl,Hanzhi Tang,Dann Tarmy,Brian Tatosky,Ben Taylor,Bill Taylor,John Textor,Jateen Thakkar,Ginger Theisen,Chandran Theju,Cat Thelia,Richard S.G. Thompson,James Thornton,Garv Thorp,Marc Thyng,Dan Tindell,Bill Tlusty,Joey Tobiska,Remy Torre,Scotty Townsend,Linda Tremblay,Dan Trezise,Tejas Trivedi,Guerdon Trueblood,Hiroshi Tsubokawa,Andrew Tucker,Johnny Turco,Arati Ullal,Alfred Urrutia,Viral Vadalia,Nitin Vade,Justin van der Lek,Craig Van Dyke,Kara Vandeleur,Sarma Vanguri,Dileep Varma,S. Senthil Velan,Rakesh Venugopalan,Parikh Vishal,Scott Vosbury,Christopher Wachter,David Wahlberg,Michael M. Walsh,Kevin Wang,Erika Wangberg Burton,Dan Wanket,Erick Ward,Kyle Ware,Jun Watanabe,Adam Watkins,Zack Weiler,Brian R. Wells,Jeff Wells,Mark Welser,Larry White,Bob Wiatr,Shannon Wiggins,Ken Wilder,Marc Wilhite,Mark R. Wilkins,Michelle Winze,Annie V. Wong,D’Lun Wong,George Wong,Aaron D. Wright,Xye,Genevieve Yee,Alison Yerxa,Tsz ‘Gee’ Yeung,Niki Yoblonski,Jaehyun Yoo,Kent Yoshida,Robert Young,Lisa Yu,Susumu Yukuhiro,Sagar Zade,Michael Zavala,Serkan Zelzele,Erik Zimmermann,Brandy Zumkley,Jose A. Alfonzo,Andra Bard,David Berman,Eric Bonilla,Randy Bosh,Stacy Burstin,Kunal Chindarkar,Kevin Coutinho,Lisa de la Garza,Gregory Duncan,Sean Keith Fernandes,Amanda Hampton,Harrison Hays,Mack Kablan,James Kirk,Marios Kourasis,Roger Kupelian,L. Patrick McCormack,Tim Pixton,Anthony Ruey,Karen N. Sickles,Nic Sievers,Mandeep Singh,Brock J. Stearn,Kevin Tengan|
|Stunts||Scott Armstrong,Vic Armstrong,Jason Cavalier,Mike Chute,John-sebastien Cote,Marc Désourdy,David Forman,Wai-Lun Fung,François Gauthier,Jere Gillis,Jason Hsu,Stéphane Julien,Kevin Kelsall,Patrick Kerton,Huen Chiu Ku,Mike Lambert,Mathieu Ledoux,Karine Lemieux,Don Lew,Chi Wah Ling,Peter Miles,Haifeng Ni,Louis Paquette,Alexandre Prefontaine,Ming Qiu,Peter Seaborn,Mark Southworth,Angela Uyeda,Lee Villeneuve,Matthew Yang King,Lacy Altwine,Bruce Armstrong,James Armstrong,Scott Armstrong,Vic Armstrong,Jeffery Aro,Dean Bailey,Lori Berlanga,Marcello Bezina,Dustin Brooks,Jason Cavalier,Alex Chiang,Fernando Chien,Mike Ching,Allan Yuk-lun Chou,Mike Chute,David Cronnelly,Alex Daniels,Jean-Marc de la Plante,Colin Decker,Kelly Dent,Huy Phong Doan,Timothy Eulich,David Forman,Vladimir ‘Furdo’ Furdik,Alessandro Gallizzi,Brian Ho,Rob Inch,Patrick Kerton,Theo Kypri,Larry Lam,Bruce Law,Mike Leeder,Karine Lemieux,Don Lew,Vi-Hung Luv,Chris Mark,James Mark,Peter Miles,Louis Paquette,Ming Qiu,Darryl Quon,Philippe Roberge,Michael Scherer,Pascal Souvay,Philippe Souvay,Martin St-Antoine,Ken Tran,Angela Uyeda,Martin Williams,Paul Wu|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Joe Allegro,Matt Almas,Francois Archambault,Eric Aubin,Darren Bailey,Jonathan Barbeau,Geoffroy Beauchemin,Patrick Beaulac,Charles Beetz,Joel Bellefleur,Sylvain Bergevin,Patrick Bernier,Dane Bjerno,Hans Bjerno,Stephane Boisvert,Jasin Boland,Richard Boucher,Roch Boucher,Dany Bourque,Nicolas Breton,Nicolas Breton,Stéphane Caron,Jocelyn Champoux,Joseph V. Cicio,Francis Comeau,Jean Courteau,Marie-Chantal Crète,Marc-Antoine Cuerrier,Alexandre Curzi,Guillaume Darchen,Jean-François Dasylva-LaRue,Audrey David,Louie DeMarco,Alain Deniger,Dominic Desjardins,Cylvan Desrouleaux,Kelly Diehl,David Dinel,Camilla Drennan,David Dubé,Jean-François Dubé,Sylvain Dupuis,David Elmes,Thierry Fargeau,Peter Field,Michael FitzMaurice,Gilles Fortier,Jacob Fortier,John Gamble,Julie Garceau,Sylvain Girouard,Paul Goroff,Mathias Guenard,Mathieu Gélinas,Andrew Haddock,Luke Andrew Haddock,Russell Hawkes,Maxime Imbeau,Louis Jong,Maarten Kroonenburg,Marc Labelle,Sylvain Labrecque,David Ladent,Mélia Lagacé,Marie-Éve Lamarche,Luc Leclerc,Jean Levasseur,Josh Lovig,Jeffrey Lulewicz,Alfonso Maiorana,Nicolas Marion,Frederic Martin,Alain Masse,Taylor Matheson,Kevin McCloy,Johnny Medeiros,Sion Michel,Tania Mills,Eric Morin,Melanie Morin,Jeff Nichol,Colin Noel,Henri Normand,Frédéric North,Marc Parenteau,Laurent Pascau,François Perrier,Robert Petrin,Benjamin-Toler Pineault-Moore,John Platt,Joël Poisson,Christophe Pommiès,Kevin C. Potter,Mathieu Price,Gerry Prévost,Dan Riffel,James Salberg,Claude Sauvageau,Stephane Savard,Mario Savoie,Daniel Schwartzberg,Geoffroy St-Hilaire,Gaétan St-Onge,Don Starnes,Robert Stecko,Jonathan Taylor,Jean-Francois Tousignant,Pietro Troilo,Kubbie Tsoi,Marco Venditto,Matthew Wakai,Scott Whitbread,Tony Whiteside|
|Animation Department||Balaji Anbalagan,Bernd Angerer,David Barton,Jeremy Cox,Kathleen Curry,Kevin Dooley,Tom K. Gurney,Jordan B. Harris,Slavik IA,John Kasprzak,Victoria Livingstone,Les Major,Thanh Nguyen,Jyoti Parasrampuria,Andrew Park,Samir Patel,Jason Petrocelli,Tim Ranck,Anthony Rizzo,George Schermer,Beth Sleven,Johnny Turco,Kevin Wang,Brian R. Wells|
|Casting Department||Courtney Bright,Nicole Daniels,Barbara Harris,Rosanna Ng,Zoe Thompson|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Julie Amyot,Mureille Blouin,Phillip Boutte Jr.,Élise Béland,Priscilla Collin,Dan Crawley,Caroline Dumont,Tereska Gesing,Chloé Giroux-Bertrand,Lynda Goode,Catherine Gélinas,Laurence Lacoste,Valérie Levesque,Dawn Y. Line,Sarom Phin,Lyse Pomerleau,Olivier Proulx,Kenn Smiley,Devon Renee Spencer,Irena Stepic,Jack Tung,James W. Tyson,Stacy L. Tyson,Kar Yan Yip,Nicole Yuen,Jia Zhang,Christian Cordella|
|Editorial Department||Taylor Black,Des Carey,Salvatore Catanzaro,Meagan Costello,Moises Cruz,Rob Doolittle,Peter Gvozdas,Dave Lee,Nick Monton,Joe Pestana,Eric Rolnick,Stefan Sonnenfeld,Robert Stambler,Rebecca Weigold,Lee Wimer,Anthony Motta,Mark Todd Osborne,Ian Turpen|
|Location Management||Pierre Blondin,Steve Hart,Robin Mounsey,France Pelchat,Asha Sharma|
|Music Department||Elton Ahi,Jeff Atmajian,Colette Barber,Frank Bennett,Mark Berrow,Tom Brown,Nicholas Bucknall,Jeff Carson,Vincent Cirilli,Chris Clad,Paul Clarvis,Peter Cobbin,Andrew Crowley,Grace Davidson,Peter Davies,John Debney,Lola Debney,Brad Dechter,Sandy DeCrescent,Michael Dore,Matt Dunkley,Craig Eastwood,Randy Edelman,Pedro Eustache,Sarah Eyden,Robert Fernandez,Ben Foster,Matt Franko,Chris Hackman,Dave Hage,Jim Harrison,Jim Hoffman,Jimmy Hoyson,Pete Hutchings,Nick Ingman,Charles Martin Inouye,Skaila Kanga,Kevin Kaska,Andrew Kinney,Christopher Klatman,Joanna Forbes L’Estrange,Christopher Lord,Steve Mair,Cliff Masterson,Melanie Mullens Hoyson,Kathy Nelson,Dan Newell,Jenny O’Grady,Sam Okell,Andy Pask,Victor Pesavento,Tom Pigott Smith,Paul Pritchard,Dan Radlauer,Janik Rajapakse,Larry Rench,Ryan Robinson,Peter Rotter,James Thatcher,Jon Thorne,John Van Tongeren,Allen Walley,Lawrence Wallington,Mike Watts,Bruce White,Robert White,Jonathan Williams,Rachel Bolt,Dave Foster,London Symphony Orchestra,Don Nemitz|
|Script and Continuity Department||Trisha Burton,Lorette Leblanc,Milena Popovic|
|Transportation Department||John Bober,Alan Canty,Pierre Olivier Chénard,Réal Hamel,David Marder,Daniel Matthews,Stephanie Michaud,Dan Romero,Spiro Tsovras,Tania Veri,Jerome Wheeler,Franco Zoccali|
|Additional Crew||Barbara Arsenault,Nancy Arsenault,Lucas Ayoub,Marie-Elaine Bailly,Rajia Baroudi,Guillaume Beaudoin-Aubin,Cynthia Bibeau,Lisa Marie Blair,David Blyth,Steve Bocsi,Sylvain Bolduc,Isabelle Bourgeois,Andy Bradshaw,Amanda Brand,Yangzom Brauen,Jason Broad,William Jeffery Brown,Khara Campbell,Roisin Carty,Lyssa J. Caster,Richard Castro,Amy Chaffee,Pierre Cheminat,China Chen,Paul Chen,Peter Chen,Cheung Cheuk,George Cheung,Tsz Cheung Cheung,Ruth Chiang,Nickey Chow,Rita Colimon,Titi Cong,Jeremy Cox,Daniel Cyr,James D’Damery Jr.,Catherine Dao,Mark Davies,Christine Deita,Hervé Desbois,Robin Atkin Downes,Paul Dupont,Thomas DuPont,Fiona Dwyer,Peter Ellery,Joy Ellison,James Engle,Karin Fong,Steve Fuller,Vladimir ‘Furdo’ Furdik,Nicole Furia,Alain Gendreau,Rhonda George,Georgia Giannopoulos,Anneliese Goldman,Rebecca Hall,Cindy Hamilton,Bonnie Haner,Barbara Harris,Oscar Hernandez,Jim Hill,April Hong,Peter Hric,Lianne X. Hu,Jack Huang,Belinda Hum,Vicky Zhong Jia Hung,Jason Inman,Lindsay Jacks,Louisa Jaslow,Frederik Joly,Karljessy Jomphe,Jean-Patrick Joseph,Arisu Kashiwagi,Elza Kephart,Silvy Kim,Inna Korobkina,Daamen J. Krall,Huen Chiu Ku,Paul Kwo,Claudie Ladelle,Rachel Ladelle,Nathalie Lagacé,Ryan Landels,Roxann Langlois,Cici Lau,Ernst W. Laurel,Peter Lavin,Chanel Lavoie,Francine Lecoultre,Conan Lee,Maryse Lesage,Li Li,Cici Xin Xin Liang,Charlotte Lim,Ben Lin,Jason C. Lin,Lucy Lin,Ming Lo,Yen San Michelle Lo,Lydia Look,Harry Lu,Marco Légaré,Raymond Ma,Leona Maddeaux,Josianne Mailloux,Andre Nicolas Malouf,Eugene Yi Jun Mao,Rick Marcus,T.G. Matthews,Campbell Maynes,Diane Mercer,David Michie,Michael Miller,Carolina Maria Mora,Frederic Moreau,Aditi Nagjee,Christopher Neame,Stella Hui Sze Ng,Frédéric North,Dikran Ornekian,Harley Pasternak,Bill Phillips,Juraj Polas,Dominic Prevost,Eva Quintero,Moira Quirk,Aved Savoulian,Vernon Scott,Pierre Andre Segouin,Amalia Semaan,Lise Servant,Christopher Setien Estevez,Alan Shearman,Bin Shen,Joyce Shen,Kyle Smith,Elizabeth Sung,Jen Kuo Sung,Joel Swetow,Angel Tang,Armando Tremblay,Amy Meng Wan,Wendy Wang Wei,Ann Yu An Wang,Bill Wang,Jesse Wang,Jennifer Webb,Kika Wei Wenxi,Natacha Williams,Dale Wilmarth,Kit Wong,Gao Yan,John Yang,Max Le Le Yang,Lindsay Xiao Ying Ye,Sandra L. Yeary,Tracy Yip,Lang Yun,Ruth Zalduondo,Vicky Shu Ping Zeng,Daxing Zhang,Jing Zhang,Donald Chen Xin Zhao,Andrew P. Alderete,Alexandra Amadio,Rick Ambros,Jim Bacon,Ruth Chiang,Kevin Du Toit,Lloyd Fonvielle,Vladimir Fuentes,Patricia Gomez,Amy Hussey,Kevin Jarre,Yong Lee,Michael D. Lusby|
|Thanks||Michael Gay,William Kong,Pietro Scalia|
|Genres||Action, Adventure, Fantasy|
|Companies||Universal Pictures, Relativity Media, The Sommers Company|
|Countries||USA, Germany, China, Canada|
|Languages||English, Mandarin, Sanskrit|
|Keywords||shared universe,3rd century b.c.,oxfordshire south east englend,motor car,male professor|