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Austin Powers in Goldmember is a 2002 American spy comedy film directed by Jay Roach. It is the third in the Austin Powers film series and stars Mike Myers in four roles: Austin Powers, Dr. Evil, Goldmember, and Fat Bastard. Myers and Michael McCullers co-wrote the screenplay, which also features co-star Beyoncé Knowles in her theatrical film debut, as well as Robert Wagner, Seth Green, Michael York, Verne Troyer, Michael Caine, Mindy Sterling and Fred Savage.

Goldmember is a loose parody of the James Bond films Goldfinger and You Only Live Twice, also incorporating elements of Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me and GoldenEye. It opens with a self-parody of the Austin Powers film series called Austinpussy, where Austin Powers is featured in a bio-pic parody of the James Bond film Octopussy. The self-parody is directed by Steven Spielberg and stars Tom Cruise as Austin Powers, Gwyneth Paltrow as Dixie Normous, Kevin Spacey as Dr. Evil, Danny Devito as Mini-Me, and John Travolta as Goldmember.

The film was distributed by New Line Cinema and released in the United States on July 26, 2002. It grossed $73.1 million opening weekend, surpassing 2001 s Planet of the Apes for the biggest July opening of all time. It also surpassed New Line s Rush Hour 2 as the biggest opening for a comedy film. Goldmember finished its box office run with an international haul of $296.6 million. A fourth film in the series has been considered since Goldmember s release, but has yet to enter production as of 2022.


In 2002, from his lair behind the Hollywood Sign, Dr. Evil unveils to Number 2, Mini-Me, Frau Farbissina, and Scott Evil that his plan for world domination is to travel back in time to 1975 and partner with the Dutch, gold-obsessed Johann van der Smut, who after losing his genitalia in a smelting accident, is known by the alias Goldmember . Goldmember developed a power unit for a tractor beam which Dr. Evil names Preparation H and he intends to use it to pull a meteor into the earth. Austin Powers, in to watch production on a movie about his life, and the Ministry of Defence invade the lair and arrest Dr. Evil and Mini-Me. Queen Elizabeth II knights Austin for his service, but Austin is disappointed when his father, the famous spy Nigel Powers, does not attend the event. During an after party, Basil Exposition informs Austin that Nigel has been kidnapped and the only clue is that the crew of his yacht have had their genitalia painted gold.

Austin seeks Dr. Evil s help to find the culprit, but the imprisoned Dr. Evil antagonizes Austin by reminding him that his father was also absent when he was given the title of International Man of Mystery during their British Intelligence academy graduation, an event that angered Dr. Evil due to him being the top of the class. He eventually tells him that Goldmember is behind the abduction so Austin time travels to 1975 and infiltrates Goldmember s roller disco club. He is reunited with his former lover, FBI agent Foxxy Cleopatra who is undercover. Austin locates his father but is unable to rescue him and Goldmember takes Nigel through Dr. Evil s time machine to 2002. Dr. Evil and Mini-Me instigate a riot in their prison, allowing them to escape. A British Intelligence mole named Number 3 informs Austin that Dr. Evil has moved to a new lair near Tokyo.

Austin, accompanied by Foxxy, travels to Tokyo and they confront Fat Bastard, who is now a Sumo wrestler. Fat Bastard reveals that businessman Mr. Roboto is working on a device for Dr. Evil and Goldmember. Austin and Foxxy meet with Roboto, who pleads ignorance. Austin and Foxxy infiltrate Roboto s factory where the command unit for the tractor beam is being loaded in Goldmember s car, and Roboto gives Goldmember a golden key needed to activate the beam. Foxxy confronts Goldmember while Austin attempts to free Nigel, but Goldmember escapes and flees to Dr. Evil s submarine. Scott Evil presents Dr. Evil with sharks with laser beams attached to their heads, a request that had gone unfulfilled previously. Roboto then dies when Scott causes him to fall into the shark pool. Dr. Evil replaces Mini-Me with Scott as his favored son and the rejected clone defects and joins Austin and Foxxy.

The trio infiltrate the submarine but Austin is captured. Dr. Evil prepares to activate the tractor beam, but Foxxy steals the key and frees Austin. Austin prepares to shoot Dr. Evil, when Nigel appears and reveals that Austin and Dr. Evil are actually twin brothers. Confused, Dr. Evil explains that his parents died in a car accident and he was brought up by evil Belgians, but Nigel reveals that the explosion came from an assassination attempt and he thought that only Austin survived. Dr. Evil (revealed to be named Dougie), Austin, Nigel, and Mini-Me embrace; enraging Scott, who leaves to pursue his own vengeance while Goldmember commandeers the tractor beam s controls, unzipping his trousers to reveal his gold-covered genitalia to be a spare key. Goldmember activates the tractor beam, but Austin and Dr. Evil work together to reverse its polarity, destroying the meteor and saving the world.

Goldmember turns to the camera to reveal the entire story was adapted into a film called Austinpussy and was directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Tom Cruise as Austin, Kevin Spacey as Dr. Evil, Danny DeVito as Mini-Me, and John Travolta as Goldmember. Upon exiting the cinema, Austin and Foxxy encounter Fat Bastard, now thin but with sagging flesh thanks to the Subway diet. As Austin and Foxxy kiss, Scott Evil – now completely bald, dressed and behaving as his father, declares he will get his revenge against Austin before dancing like Michael Jackson. During the end credits, Mini-Me talks with Britney Spears, and she asks him if she can give him her phone number.


  • Mike Myers as Austin Powers, a British agent. Aaron Himelstein as young Austin Powers
  • Aaron Himelstein as young Austin Powers
  • Beyoncé Knowles as Foxxy Cleopatra, Austin s new sidekick and Goldmember s rival
  • Michael York as Basil Exposition, Austin s boss Eddie Adams as young Basil Exposition
  • Eddie Adams as young Basil Exposition
  • Michael Caine as Nigel Powers a British agent and Austin and Dr. Evil s father Scott Aukerman as young Nigel Powers
  • Scott Aukerman as young Nigel Powers
  • Robert Wagner as Number 2, Dr. Evil s henchman Rob Lowe as Middle Number 2 Evan Farmer as Young Number 2
  • Rob Lowe as Middle Number 2
  • Evan Farmer as Young Number 2
  • Seth Green as Scott Evil, Dr. Evil s son
  • Verne Troyer as Mini-Me, Dr. Evil s mini clone
  • Mindy Sterling as Frau Farbissina, Dr. Evil s wife
  • Fred Savage as Number Three / Mole
  • Brian Tee as Godzilla Pedestrian
  • Masi Oka as Godzilla Copyright Pedestrian
  • Clint Howard as Radar Operator Johnson Ritter
  • Michael McDonald as Royal Guard
  • Donna D Errico as Female Vendor
  • Fred Stoller as Melon Guy
  • Greg Grunberg as the shirtless fan with the letter T (Greg s brother Brad Grunberg is the fan with the A )
  • Kinga Philipps as Mrs. Powers
  • Kevin Stea as Assistant Director of Austinpussy / Dancer
  • Anna-Marie Goddard, Nina Kaczorowski, and Nikki Ziering as henchwomen
  • Ming Tea as Themselves
  • Rachel Roberts as The Model
  • Susanna Hoffs as Gillian Shagwell
  • Matthew Sweet as Sid Belvedere
  • Christopher Ward as Trevor Algberth
  • Carrie Ann Inaba as Fook Yu
  • Diane Mizota as Fook Mi
  • Tom Lister Jr. as Prisoner #2
  • Kristen Johnston as Dancer at Austin s pad
  • Neil Mullarkey as Physician
  • Nobu Matsuhisa as Mr. Roboto
  • Peter Tuiasosopo as Sumo Wrestler with Beard
  • Jeannette Charles as Queen Elizabeth II
  • Perry Caravello extra


  • Tom Cruise as Himself as Austin Powers (During Austinpussy)
  • Danny DeVito as Himself as Mini-Me (During Austinpussy)
  • Gwyneth Paltrow as Herself as Dixie Normous (During Austinpussy)
  • Kevin Spacey as Himself as Dr. Evil (During Austinpussy)
  • Steven Spielberg as Himself
  • Quincy Jones as Himself
  • John Travolta as Himself as Goldmember (During the Austinpussy ending)
  • Britney Spears as a Fembot version of Herself (During the opening credits) (During the Boys music video) and as Herself talking with Mini-Me (During the end credits)
  • Ozzy Osbourne as Himself
  • Sharon Osbourne as Herself
  • Kelly Osbourne as Herself
  • Jack Osbourne as Himself
  • Willie Nelson as Himself
  • Burt Bacharach (During the end credits) as Himself
  • Nathan Lane as Mysterious Disco Man (Non-Speaking Role)
  • Spencer Kayden as Jenny
  • Katie Couric as Georgia State Prison guard


Title concerns

The title of the film, Goldmember, led to legal action being taken by MGM, the distributors of the James Bond film franchise, that briefly led to the film s title being removed from promotional material and trailers. Several potential replacement titles were prepared, including License to Shag, Live and Let Shag, You Only Shag Thrice and Never Say Member Again. The dispute was quickly resolved and the film title remained unchanged on the provision that the film would include trailers in its cinema releases for the then-upcoming James Bond film, Die Another Day, and The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.


Austin Powers (Myers), having conquered the 1990s and the 1960s, travels back to the 1970s and teams up with his nemesis Dr. Evil (also played by Myers) to thwart a new villain, Goldmember (Myers once again). Myers also plays Fat Bastard for the second time, this time parodying the kind of wire fight seen in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. The film also stars Beyoncé Knowles as Foxxy Cleopatra (parodying blaxploitation heroines, primarily Foxy Brown and Cleopatra Jones, as well as Christie Love when she says, You re under arrest, sugah! ), Michael York, reprising the role of Basil Exposition, and Verne Troyer in his second appearance as Mini-Me. The film also introduced a new character named Number 3 (a.k.a. the Mole), who is portrayed by former child star Fred Savage. Clint Howard plays a radar operator in all three films. Michael Caine guest stars as Austin s father, Nigel; this role was inspired by the character of Harry Palmer from The Ipcress File, a 1965 film starring Caine. Sean Connery was originally considered for the role of Nigel Powers and Honor Blackman for that of Mrs. Powers.

Four actors who appeared in the earlier films play different characters in Goldmember. Rob Lowe, who played the friend of a dead guard in International Man of Mystery, reprises his role as a younger Number 2 from The Spy Who Shagged Me, while Neil Mullarkey (quartermaster clerk in International Man of Mystery) and Eric Winzenried (army private soldier in The Spy Who Shagged Me) appear as the Physician and Henchman Sailor in the Sick Bay. Michael McDonald (the Virtucon guard who got run over by a steamroller in International Man of Mystery and a NATO soldier in The Spy Who Shagged Me) appears as the royal guard.


Johann van der Smut, better known as Goldmember, is a fictional villain played by Myers (John Travolta plays the character in a cameo at the end of the film). The name was inspired by the James Bond villain Auric Goldfinger. Goldmember s Dutch origins and character traits were, according to Myers, inspired by an episode of the HBO TV series Real Sex featuring a Dutchman who operated a sex barn north of Rotterdam. The man s distinct forms of expression caught Myers attention while he was writing.


Box office

Austin Powers in Goldmember took in £6,364,796 in the United Kingdom on its opening weekend. In the United States, it broke the opening weekend record for a spoof movie, surpassing the previous Austin Powers films. The film grossed US$73 million on its opening weekend, and grossed a total of $213 million in the United States, according to Box Office Mojo.

Home media

Austin Powers in Goldmember was released on video and DVD on December 3, 2002. The DVD was released under the Infinifilm label, and was re-packed in 2011 as part of the Austin Powers 3 Film Collection.

Critical reception

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 53% based on 186 reviews, with an average rating of 5.8/10. The site s critical consensus reads, While the narrative structure is messy and doesn t make much sense, the third installment of the Austin Powers franchise contains enough inspired bits to entertain. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 62 out of 100, based on 34 critics, indicating generally favorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale.

Myers was nominated for the MTV Movie Award for Best Villain for the third time, but lost against Daveigh Chase for her role as Samara Morgan in The Ring, making it the first time Myers lost the award. However, he did win the award for Best Comedic Performance, making it the first time he won the award, having previously lost twice for the first two films.



Austin Powers in Goldmember: Music from the Motion Picture
Soundtrack album by

various artists
Released July 16, 2002
  • Disco
  • funk
  • pop
  • rock
Length 62:30
Label Maverick
  • Danny Bramson
  • John Houlihan
Austin Powers series chronology
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
Austin Powers in Goldmember: Music from the Motion Picture
Singles from Austin Powers in Goldmember
  1. Work It Out
    Released: June 11, 2002
  2. Boys
    Released: July 29, 2002

The song Hey Goldmember interpolates and is a parody of four 1970s disco songs formed into a medley; Sing a Song by Earth, Wind & Fire, Get Down Tonight , (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty , and That s the Way (I Like It) , all by KC and the Sunshine Band.

Track listing

Weekly charts

Sales chart performance of Austin Powers in Goldmember: Music from the Motion Picture
Chart (2002) Peak
Australian Albums (ARIA) 34
Irish Compilation Albums (IRMA) 6
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ) 25
UK Soundtrack Albums (OCC) 1
US Billboard 200 27
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) 46
US Soundtrack Albums (Billboard) 1

Year-end charts

Year-end chart performance of Austin Powers in Goldmember: Music from the Motion Picture
Chart (2002) Peak
Canadian R&B Albums (Nielsen SoundScan) 57

Possible sequel

In October 2005, in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Mike Myers discussed the possibility of studio sources moving forward with a fourth film. There is hope! . We re all circling and talking to each other. I miss doing the characters. In May 2007, in an interview with IGN, So no more Austin Powers? was asked, and Myers replied, No, no, there is a fully conceived idea for a fourth and I can just say that it s from Dr. Evil s point of view. So if you balanced how much of it was Austin with Dr. Evil, it s more about Dr. Evil than Austin . Also, in the audio commentary from the DVD release of Goldmember, Myers revealed that in the fourth film, Fat Bastard would return and regain the weight that he lost in Goldmember.

In May 2007, at the Shrek the Third premiere, Mike Myers announced that a fourth Austin Powers film was planned, but that it would focus more on Dr. Evil rather than Austin. He also said that he d start work on it after he started work on The Love Guru, which became a box office bomb. In February 2008, it was announced that Jay Roach would return as director. In April 2008, it was reported that Gisele Bündchen had been offered a role in the film. However, Seth Green, who played Scott Evil, stated that there was no script at the moment and that Austin Powers 4 would be made if a script is written and approved. In June 2008, when asked about another Austin Powers film in an interview, Myers stated, I have an idea, and again it s one of those things that will emerge or it won t. In July 2008, Mike Myers stated that he had begun writing Austin Powers 4, and that the plot is really about Dr. Evil and his son.

In March 2010, Jay Roach indicated to MTV that Myers is working on ideas for a fourth film. In August 2011, Mike Myers revealed he would return, and had begun writing a script for a fourth installment. In September 2013, when asked about the future of Austin Powers, Myers answered I m still figuring that out. In September 2015, Verne Troyer expressed his desire to return as Mini-Me if he was asked to do so.

In May 2016, Roach was asked about the fourth Austin Powers film during an interview with Larry King, and he stated the ideas for the fourth film that he and Myers have are good and interesting. In August 2016, in a telephone interview, Mike Myers stated Everything is being negotiated and worked out and all that stuff in regards to the fourth installment of the Austin Powers film series.

In April 2017, as the twentieth anniversary approached for Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, Mike Myers claimed he would love to do another Austin Powers film, but audiences would just have to see . Two days later, Roach stated that a fourth film would only occur if Myers creates a good story for it. In May 2017, Troyer stated that Mini-Me will reveal that he can speak in the fourth movie. However, Troyer killed himself on April 21, 2018, delaying production of a fourth film and precluding him from reprising his role as Mini-Me. In May 2018, Myers reiterated his interest in making a fourth Austin Powers, stating that it would be fun, also hinting that some tribute to Troyer might be included. In November 2018, Myers stated that the project s future is looking good with the script already written and that Austin Powers and Dr. Evil will return soon, citing his parenthood as the reason for how long the production has lasted and that Roach will most likely reprise his directorial duties.

In January 2020, Jay Roach again indicated that he was interested in doing a fourth film.

Year 2002
ReleaseDate 2002-07-26
RuntimeMins 94
RuntimeStr 1h 34min
Plot Upon learning that his father has been kidnapped, Austin Powers must travel to 1975 and defeat the aptly named villain Goldmember, who is working with Dr. Evil.
Awards Awards, 5 wins & 22 nominations
Directors Jay Roach
Writers Mike Myers, Michael McCullers
Stars Mike Myers, Beyoncé, Seth Green
Produced by Katherine E. Beyda,Richard Brener,Toby Emmerich,John S. Lyons,Eric McLeod,Demi Moore,Mike Myers,Marco Schnabel,Gregg Taylor,Jennifer Todd,Suzanne Todd
Music by George S. Clinton
Cinematography by Peter Deming
Film Editing by Greg Hayden,Jon Poll
Casting By Juel Bestrop,Jeanne McCarthy
Production Design by Rusty Smith
Art Direction by Drew Boughton,Mark Worthington
Set Decoration by Sara Andrews
Costume Design by Deena Appel
Makeup Department Chad Atkinson,Jeri Baker,Linda Bastin,Robin Beauchesne,Howard Berger,Kate Biscoe,Kamar Bitar,Michèle Burke,Barney Burman,Norman Cabrera,Connie Cadwell,Camille Calvet,Alex Diaz,Justin Ditter,Jaroslava Fernandez,Robert Freitas,Greg Funk,Manuella Goncalves,Jonathan Gording,Karin Hanson,Chiz Hasegawa,Beth Hathaway,Dawn Haynes,Edouard F. Henriques,Will Huff,Garrett Immel,Margie Kaklamanos,Susan V. Kalinowski,Kimberly Kimble,Louis Kiss,Erwin H. Kupitz,Robert Kurtzman,Marie Larkin,Renate Leuschner,Harrison Lorenzana,Mark Maitre,Mike Manzel,Mike McCarty,Tania McComas,Kevin McTurk,Karan Mitchell,Clare Mulroy,Ve Neill,Christopher Allen Nelson,Greg Nicotero,Scott Patton,David Perteet,Ron Pipes,Heather Plott,Ben Rittenhouse,Reggie Rizzo,Shannon Shea,Desiree Soto Vaughn,Scott Stoddard,Mark Townsend,Alan Tuskes,Candy L. Walken,Gary Archer,Jake Garber,Kay Majerus
Production Management Katherine E. Beyda,Erik Holmberg,Diana Kaufman,Jody Levin,Eric McLeod,Sara Romilly
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Michael Amundson,Marcei A. Brown,Marisa Ferrey,Jack Gill,Hilbert Hakim,Tommy Harper,Josh King,Marco Schnabel
Art Department Dale E. Anderson,Mario A. Arce,Laurie Arnow-Epstein,Adam Austin,Bart Barbuscia,Adam L. Barker,Scott Bauer,Jason Bedig,Palma Bellardoni,James Betts,Brent A. Blom,Gary A. Brewer,Susan A. Burig,Geovani Campos,Cliff Carothers,Mike Carrillo,Chris Carriveau,Jill Carvalho,Walsh Carvalho,Satcha Congdon,Bryan Corbett,Thomas W. Corsello,Kevin Cross,Yann Denoual,John David Diersing,Doug DuRose,David Eland,Randall C. Engle,Mariano Fernandez,Roland Fullajtar,David Gabrielli,Doug Gagan,Stephen Garner,Carmine Goglia,Armando Gonzalez,Donald Goodman,Larry Haney,Gabriel Hardman,John Horning,Denise Hudson,Gordon Huggins,Jeffrey Paul Johnson,John A. Keim,Carol Kiefer,James Lewis Lager,Hans Laudermilk,Daniel Licari,Bobby Mara,Carlos Martinez,Masako Masuda,Richard F. Mays,Eugene McCarthy,Charles McCauley,Kim McDonald,Frank McEldowney,John McElroy,Michelle Millay,Gregg C. Morgan,Kris Nagle,Fred O Connor,Ron D. Peake,Jorge Peña,James Pyburn,Eric Ramirez,Craig Reedy,Carlos Rodarte,Mark Rodriguez,Marco Rubeo,Brooke Sartorius,Jerry Schultz,Fred Seibly,Randy Severino,Josh Sheppard,Jeff Shewbert,Nithya Shrinivasan,Aaron Sowd,Linda Stelling,David Sues,Leslie A. Tokunaga,Chris Vail,Douglas Womack,Chris Woodworth,Mark Woodworth,Jeff Zuckerman,Craig Zumbroegel,Jimmy Flores,Ryan Handt,Michael F. Loomer,Steven C. Voll
Sound Department George H. Anderson,Bill Burns,Rick Canelli,Chris Carpenter,Robert Deschaine,George Flores,Cornelia Mariana Gavrilescu,Scott Jacobs,Andy Koyama,Goro Koyama,Greg LaPlante,Julie Lindner,Kate Lumpkin,Andy Malcolm,Cindy Marty,James Matheny,Ken McLaughlin,Bill Meadows,Magic A. Moreno,Steven Morrow,Thomas J. O Connell,Michael O Farrell,Patrick Orsbun,Philip Rogers,Roy Seeger,Debbie Spinelli,Greg Steele,Cherie Tamai,Renee Tondelli,Tami Treadwell,Tim Webb,Don White,Rebecca Wright
Special Effects by Ty Boyce,Chris Brenczewski,Dave Caldwell,John Cluff,Walt Conti,Greg Curtis,Peter Fletter,Morgan Guynes,Robert S. Henderson,Patrick Huggins,Bruce Y. Kuroyama,David R. Lawson,Tony Lawson,Michael Meinardus,William A. Pancake Jr.,Jose Antonio Paramo,Joe D. Ramsey,Gary Reyes,David Sasgen,Mike Sasgen,Anthony Simonaitis,Dan Smith,David Wogh
Visual Effects by Cheryl Allen,Craig Alpert,Etienne Andlau,Chris Ayers,Pamela Baczuk,Steve Bowen,Blair Burtan,Bill Church,John Coats,Brandon Criswell,Spike Giles,Anne Graham,Lindsay Hallett,Martin Hilke,David D. Johnson,Larry Jolly,Sean Kennedy,Steve Koch,Erik Lee,Dawn Brooks Macleod,Peter Michels,Robert Moggach,John Mullin,Greg Paddock,Roger I. Ramnath,Mark P. Renton,Lauren Ritchie,Mark Sachse,Steven J. Scott,Garth Winkless,Steve Koch,Dawn Brooks Macleod,Alex G. Ortoll
Stunts Charlie Brewer,Jeff Cadiente,Keith Campbell,Phil Chong,Shauna Duggins,Kenny Endoso,Richard Epper,Jonathan Eusebio,Donna Evans,Michael Gaines,Andy Gill,Jack Gill,William Hall,Norman Howell,Yoshio Iizuka,Cinda-Lin James,Henry Kingi Jr.,Henry Kingi,Hiro Koda,Kim Robert Koscki,Alex Madison,Bof Matteo,Larry McGrew,Jane Oshita,Ming Qiu,Pat Romano,Erik Rondell,Anthony G. Schmidt,Kevin Scott,Todd Shoebotham,Spike Silver,Fred Tallaksen,Eli Thompson,Steve Baruch,Nick Brett,Alex Chansky,Phil Fondacaro,Jimmy Graham,Brad Martin,Angela Meryl,Fritz Pfnur
Camera and Electrical Department Robert Adams,Alfred Ainsworth Jr.,Michael D. Anderson,Bryan Ashford,Jake Avignone,Rick R.A. Ayotte,Keith Banks,Adam Baral,Rebecca Bauscher,Garrett Benson,Kyle Boorman,Rebecca Brenneman,Scott Browner,Eric Budlong,Robin Bursey,Richard Brooks Burton,Shane Buttle,Craig Campbell,Tim Collins,Richard Crompton,Glen Deitell,Matthew A. Del Ruth,Fernando Espiritusanto,David Eubank,Robert K. Feldmann,Lisa K. Ferguson,Tommy Garcia,Kirk R. Gardner,Melinda Sue Gordon,Bob Gorelick,Steve Graves,Rick Herres,Michael J. Hogan,Bobby Huber,Paul Hughen,Steve Hurson,Greg Jensen,Gary Kelso,Hilary Klym,Richard Kuhn,Dennis M. Kuneff,Michael LaViolette,Damon Liebowitz,Guy Logan,Ken Longballa,Dickinson H. Luke,Greg Mitchell,Richard Nasworthy,Tracy Neftzger,David B. Nowell,Fritz Pfnur,Bradford Ralston,Scott Andrew Ressler,Rex Anson Rhorer,Sky Rockit,Mark Sadler,Eric Sandlin,Philip Sloan,Duncan M. Sobel,James Sobiegraj,Jeffrey P. Soderberg,Monte Swann,Paul Tilden,Mark Vollmer,Michael J. Walker,Scott Webb,Chris Weigand,Rick A. West,Charlie Woodburn,Peter J. Yauri,David Youel,Andy Young,Chris Zamoscianyk,Jon Zarkos,Adam Dale,David Eubank,John Fest Sandau
Animation Department Pete Michels
Casting Department Jennifer Alessi,Sande Alessi,Kristan Berona,Blythe Cappello,Amy Carty,Natasha Cuba
Costume and Wardrobe Department David Butler,Deborah Myles Davis,Diana Demoff,Ann Foley,Edward T. Hanley,Mila Hermanovski,Nancy Jarzynko,Renee Madison,Michele Michel,Felipe Sanchez,Nomi Shichor,Hope Slepak,Sanford Slepak,Reese Spensley,Jack Taggart,Jo Torngren
Editorial Department Judith Babcock,Gary Burritt,Curtis Croeni,Dan Muscarella,Stephanie Olah,Staci Pontius,Elizabeth Schmidt,Silja Tõnisson,Jayson Wall,D. Todd Deeken,Mike Sowa
Location Management Isaac Ardolino,Chris Baugh,Brian Bird,Scott Allen Logan
Music Department Romeo Antonio,Thomas Bartke,Bob Bowen,Danny Bramson,Paul Broucek,Greg Camp,Elin Carlson,George S. Clinton,Bruno Coon,Debbi Datz-Pyle,George Doering,Monique Donnelly,Kevin Dorsey,Mike Flicker,Matt Friedman,Rick Giovinazzo,Karen Harper,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,The Hollywood Symphony Orchestra,John Houlihan,Patrick Houlihan,Craig Huxley,Suzie Katayama,Mark Kaufman,Steve Kempster,Season Kent,Jeff Lingle,Frank Macchia,Guy Maeda,Maria Newman,Ted J. Reed,John Rodd,Lori Silfen,Tom Steel,Bill Talbott,Damon Tedesco,Louise Di Tullio,Peter Erskine,Steve Juliani,Malcolm McNab
Script and Continuity Department Lisa Collins,Pam Leonte,Yvonne Pearson,Jayne-Ann Tenggren
Transportation Department George Alden,Maxim Aperian,Ronald Blay,Mark Brown,James Cawley,Robert C. Cawley,Eric Compton,Jim DePue,William Fleet Eakland,Rose Echeverria,Troy Flynn,Bruce Fox,Jim Frear,J. Armin Garza II,Joshua Hancock,Bruce Hauer,Jimmy Jatho,Michael Mulgrew,Bill M. Puluti,Beau D. Reed Sr.,Charles Aloha Boy Reed,Rocky Reed,Brenda Ryan,Niu Sale,Joey Soriano,Tom Sweeney,Jerry Talamantes,Carl John Tarquinio,Dave West
Additional Crew Diana Adams,Craig Alexander,Robert Allen,Wendy Altman-Cohen,Mark Barry-Jackson,Morgan Bateman,Gilbert Beliso,Kela Boyd-Grigoryan,Raymond Bulinski,Kevin A. Canamar,Laurie Cartwright,Simon Cassels,Kali Chung,Jason Columbus,Bruce Comtois,Jon Davidson,Carina Dawn,Robert Dawson,Jeff Egan,Michelle Elkin,Joel Elliott,Emily Ellis,Jorge Esqueda,Florentino Fernández,Natalie Ferrara,S.J. JoJo Fieger,Oscar J. Flores,Brian Florian,Kelly Flynn,Joseph Ford,Peter Friedlander,Eric Glasser,Emily Glatter,Cellin Gluck,Steven Gorel,Bruce Gray,Gabriela Gutentag,Brandon Hall,Justin Haut,Apryl Hill,Nathan Hoffman,Wendy Hoffman,Steve Huff,H. Matthew Israel,Michael E. Jacobson,Jude Jensen,Charles M. Kerper,Chris Kinslow,Martin Klebba,Susan B. Kreutz,David O. Krupnick,Trevor Larkin,Jerry Lee,Michael B. Louis,Cody Lutz,Javier López de Ayala,Ken MacLeay,Tammy Maples,Terrence Martin,Jay May,Saveria T. Mazzola,Ryan McCormick,Nick Mimides,Jennifer Mount,Kristi Mujica,Josh Newell,Jennifer Pedevilla,Robert Pellerin,Nick Plantico,Marguerite Pomerhn Derricks,Denise Anderson Poore,Paul Prokop,Alan D. Purwin,Richard Michael Raine,Joshua Ravetch,Amy Russell,Nicole Sciacca,Julie Shack,Claire Smithies,Stacy Solomon,Lou Sumien Jr.,Aaron Lee Syrett,Fred Tallaksen,Scott L. Treger,Lee Tucker,Dana Kristen Vahle,Kenny Vasquez,Kimberly Von Hagen,Lisa Womble,Nancy Anderson,Ronald C. Briggs Jr.,Sally Ann Brooks,Ellyn Exley,Don LaFontaine,Warner Loughlin,Fred Lusch,Scott Parker,Robert Pellerin,Lisa Ruffin,Ben Schoen,Mike Sowa,Donna Tegan,Tom Todoroff
Thanks Emma Chasin,Stephen Chbosky,Rob Cohen,Lucy Barzun Donnelly,David Foley,Carla Fry,Cellin Gluck,Lorri Goddard,Susanna Hoffs,Jay Kogen,Spencer Michlin,Robin Ruzan,Lisa Sweet,Billy Dee Williams
Genres Action, Adventure, Comedy
Companies New Line Cinema, Gratitude International, Team Todd
Countries USA
Languages English, Japanese, German, French
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 6.2
ImDbRatingVotes 209960
MetacriticRating 62
Keywords protagonist and antagonist played by same actor,spy spoof,time travel,medical examination,villain arrested