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Rock of Ages is a 2012 American jukebox musical comedy film directed by Adam Shankman and based on the rock jukebox Broadway musical Rock of Ages by Chris D Arienzo. Starring Julianne Hough and Diego Boneta in his film debut leading an ensemble cast that includes Russell Brand, Alec Baldwin, Paul Giamatti, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Malin Åkerman, Mary J. Blige, Bryan Cranston and Tom Cruise, the film features the music of many 1980s rock artists including Def Leppard, Journey, Scorpions, Poison, Foreigner, Guns N Roses, Pat Benatar, Joan Jett, Bon Jovi, Twisted Sister, Whitesnake, REO Speedwagon, and others.

Originally scheduled to enter production in summer 2009 for a 2011 release, it eventually commenced production in May 2011 and was released on June 15, 2012. The film received mixed critical reviews and was a box-office bomb, grossing only $59 million worldwide on a $75 million budget. However, Cruise was particularly lauded for his performances of Pour Some Sugar on Me and Wanted Dead or Alive . The related film soundtrack also did critically well, debuting at #1 on the Billboard Top Soundtracks chart.


In 1987 Los Angeles, Sherrie Christian (Julianne Hough) arrives from Oklahoma with dreams of becoming a singer. Barback Drew Boley (Diego Boneta) prepares for another night at The Bourbon Room ( Sister Christian/Just Like Paradise/Nothin But a Good Time ). Sherrie s suitcase is stolen, and Drew gets her a job as a waitress at the Bourbon Room.

Desperate to save the club from a tax debt, the club s owner Dennis Dupree (Alec Baldwin) and his right-hand man Lonny Barnett (Russell Brand) book Stacee Jaxx (Tom Cruise), a detached and self-indulgent rock star preparing for his final gig with his band, Arsenal. Drew tells Sherrie his own dreams of becoming a rock star, but that he has stagefright ( Juke Box Hero/I Love Rock n Roll ). Learning of Stacee s upcoming concert, Patricia Whitmore (Catherine Zeta-Jones), the conservative wife of mayor Mike Whitmore (Bryan Cranston), organizes a protest in front of the club ( Hit Me with Your Best Shot )

Drew and Sherrie have their first date at the Hollywood Sign, where Drew reveals he is writing a song for Sherrie ( Don t Stop Believin ). On the night of Arsenal s final show, Dennis learns the opening act has cancelled; Sherrie convinces him to use Drew s band, Wolfgang Von Colt ( More Than Words/Heaven ). Stacee s manager, Paul Gill (Paul Giamatti), schedules an interview with Constance Sack (Malin Åkerman), a reporter for Rolling Stone.

Constance mentions rumors of Stacee s difficult behavior and implies he was kicked out of Arsenal, which Stacee denies ( Wanted Dead or Alive ). Stacee sends Sherrie for a bottle of scotch from his limo. Constance lashes out at the once-great Stacee; they recognize their mutual attraction and are about to have sex when Stacee sings ( I Want to Know What Love Is ). Ashamed, Constance leaves as Sherrie enters and collides with Stacee. Drew mistakenly believes that Sherrie and Stacee had sex, and is angrily inspired to sing ( I Wanna Rock ) for the opening act. Drew and Sherrie break up and she quits the Bourbon Room. Paul, impressed with his performance, offers Drew a record deal as Arsenal sings their last song of the night ( Pour Some Sugar on Me ).

Sherrie takes refuge at a strip club, the Venus Club ( Harden My Heart ), where owner Justice Charlier (Mary J. Blige) offers her a job as a dancer ( Shadows of the Night/Harden My Heart ), but Sherrie chooses to wait tables. She realizes she needs more money, as Drew signs to Gill s record label ( Here I Go Again ). Dennis worries the Bourbon Room will close and that he has let everyone down. Lonny confesses his love for him, and Dennis reciprocates ( Can t Fight This Feeling ). Drew realizes his record deal makes him part of hip-hop boy band The Zee Guys as Joshua Zee, while Sherrie decides to become a dancer at the Venus Club ( Any Way You Want It ).

Sherrie visits the Hollywood Sign, where she finds Drew, whose life has also not gone as planned. She tells him she did not have sex with Stacee and will be returning to Oklahoma. They part ways, lamenting their situation ( Every Rose Has Its Thorn ).

Stacee realizes his feelings for Constance and calls Rolling Stone to learn that she is covering his show at The Bourbon Room. Stacee rushes to the venue, where Lonny leads the patrons against Patricia s protest group ( We re Not Gonna Take It/We Built This City ). Stacee recognizes Patricia, whom Lonny exposes as a former Arsenal groupie. Drew buys back Sherrie s stolen records and drops them off at the strip club.

The Zee Guys are rejected by the crowd; Drew spots Sherrie in the audience and leaves the stage. They reconcile, and Drew fires Paul. Sherrie reunites Wolfgang Von Colt onstage, where she and Drew perform the song he wrote for her ( Don t Stop Believin ). Stacee, having sex with Constance in the bathroom, is moved by the song.

Eight months later, Stacee has rejoined Arsenal and performs the song with Drew and Sherrie, now part of Wolfgang Von Colt, at Dodger Stadium in front of a crowd including Dennis, Lonny, Justice, a pregnant Constance, and Patricia, who has returned to her rock n roll persona.


  • Julianne Hough as Sherrie Christian
  • Diego Boneta as Drew Boley
  • Russell Brand as Lonny Barnett
  • Paul Giamatti as Paul Gill
  • Catherine Zeta-Jones as Patricia Whitmore
  • Malin Åkerman as Constance Sack
  • Mary J. Blige as Justice Charlier
  • Alec Baldwin as Dennis Dupree
  • Tom Cruise as Stacee Jaxx
  • Bryan Cranston as Mayor Mike Whitmore
  • Will Forte as Mitch Miley

Additionally, Kevin Nash and Jeff Chase starred as Jaxx s bodyguards. Constantine Maroulis, who played Drew in the original Broadway cast, appears as the Capitol Records executive during Any Way You Want It . Several 1980s musicians also made cameo appearances throughout the film, including Kevin Cronin of REO Speedwagon, Sebastian Bach of Skid Row, Debbie Gibson, Nuno Bettencourt of Extreme, Joel Hoekstra of Night Ranger and Porcelain Black, during We Built This City/We re Not Gonna Take It . Eli Roth makes an appearance as Stefano, the Zee Guys music video director, and T. J. Miller appears as a Rolling Stone receptionist.



After the success of the original Off-Broadway production, the film rights were sold to Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema in early 2009. Adam Shankman was hired to direct the film in October that year. Chris D Arienzo, creator of the stage musical, revealed he was originally attached to write and direct the film, wishing to have it visualised as similar to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musicals such as Singin in the Rain, however the studio elected to hire someone they felt they could trust with the budget they wanted to give the film, resulting in Shankman s hiring.


Tom Cruise played Stacee Jaxx in the film. Shankman knew Cruise was in when he heard him on the first go around of his voice lesson, confirming he actually has a fantastic voice. Cruise had been singing five hours a day to prepare for his work as musician Stacee Jaxx. It s this brilliant mashup, it seems, of Axl Rose, Bret Michaels, Keith Richards and Jim Morrison, Shankman said of what to expect from Cruise. All of the actors sing their own parts in the film. Cruise said that he had always wanted to appear in a musical but he found the idea frightening because he was uncertain whether he could actually pull it off.

On February 14, 2011, it was announced that Mary J. Blige had signed on to play Justice Charler in the film. On March 3, 2011, it was confirmed that Julianne Hough would play the role of Sherrie, Drew s love interest. On March 6, 2011, it was confirmed that Alec Baldwin would play the role of Dennis Dupree in the film. Baldwin s agreement to star in the film prompted Warner Bros. to have the film fast-tracked. On March 24, 2011, it was announced that Paul Giamatti would be in the film, playing the manager of Stacee Jaxx.

Pretty Little Liars star Diego Boneta was confirmed to play the male protagonist, Drew Boley, on April 5, 2011. Not wanting an older actor to act like he is 23, Shankman thought it better to go as authentic as possible, and Diego is absolutely that. He is kid who came to Los Angeles with a dream and who sings and has an amazing voice, and drive. And he s also as honest and sweet as you can possibly make him and he s authentically the age. It creates a piece of something on screen that I don t have to fabricate. Of Boneta s audition, Shankman said, It s that feeling you get when you realized you ve discovered lightning in a bottle. It reminds me of when Zac Efron auditioned for Hairspray, Channing Tatum for Step Up, and Liam Hemsworth auditioned for The Last Song. When the guy walks in, the guy walks in! Shankman also said he did not know that Boneta was a Latin music star until after he auditioned. I have since seen him on stage and in his concerts, and he totally owns the room, Shankman said. Constantine Maroulis (Drew Boley from the musical) made a cameo appearance in the film like Ricki Lake did for Hairspray. On April 13, Russell Brand was confirmed to portray Lonny. Catherine Zeta-Jones joined the cast on April 20, and portrayed an original character added to the story line. The unnamed character is described as the Villainess of the movie who wants to shut down rock’n roll in the great city of Los Angeles. On May 1 Bryan Cranston joined the cast as the Mayor of Los Angeles, who is the husband of Catherine Zeta-Jones s character, and Malin Åkerman completed the cast when she was added as Constance Sack on May 3, 2011, a role Anne Hathaway and Amy Adams declined.

Singer Porcelain Black made a cameo in the film, playing a 1980s hair metal singer. She performed one of the sole original tracks for the film, Rock Angels . Rock Angels was written and composed by Adam Anders and Desmond Child. Professional wrestler Kevin Nash played Stacee s bodyguard.


Principal photography began at Revolution Live, a small music venue in Fort Lauderdale. Scenes were shot at a Hollywood, Florida beach on May 24. The scenes at the iconic Hollywood Sign were filmed at the Monarch Hill Renewable Energy Park in Pompano Beach. In June 2011, a full six-block section of N.W. 14th Street in Downtown Miami was decorated as a late 1980s version set of the Hollywood, California Sunset Strip complete with the Whisky a Go Go, Frederick s of Hollywood, Tower Records, Angelyne Billboard along with other landmarks. On July 18, filming took place at the Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, Florida, for a concert scene with Don t Stop Believin and Wanted Dead or Alive .


The film is distributed by New Line Cinema via Warner Bros. It had its world premiere in Los Angeles on June 8, 2012, where rock bands Def Leppard and Poison performed, and was released theatrically on June 15, 2012.

Box office

On its opening weekend in theaters, the film grossed $14,447,269, ranking third place, behind the previous week s holdovers Madagascar 3: Europe s Most Wanted and Prometheus. The film did, however, do slightly better business than the other newcomer, That s My Boy.

Rock of Ages was a box office bomb, grossing $38,518,613 in North America and $20,900,000 in other territories for a worldwide total of $59,418,613, failing to bring back its $75 million budget. However, the film still has the seventh-highest opening ever for a musical.

In a 2019 interview, Adam Shankman said I think it would have been huge if it had been something that was made for streaming. Here are the problems with what Rock of Ages was. I think it was released on a very complicated date. We were in the early summer days, there were marketing challenges to do with the cast, but that wasn’t their fault, he explained. The cast all loved it, and Tom Cruise really wanted to feel like an ensemble member and Warner Brothers wanted to put the whole thing on him. He wasn’t a problem at all; he just had a real point of view. Then there was the other piece of it which was there was a misguided belief that you could market musicals to men as opposed to going the whole hog and making the movie more of a romantic fantasy. It s a weird cult movie. I kept calling one of those guys and saying, ‘I think I’m making like a really expensive cult movie over here,’ and they were like, ‘No, no, it’s great! You made Hairspray!’ and my reaction was, ‘I don’t know. This isn’t really about ending racism. Rock of Ages is something else entirely.’ It has a lot of joy in it, but the story isn t really solid, so it s just a lot of fun, right?

Critical reception

The film received mixed reviews from critics, and has a critical score of 42% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 228 reviews, with an average rating of 6/10. The site s consensus states: Its exuberant silliness is almost enough to make up for its utter inconsequentiality, but Rock of Ages is ultimately too bland and overlong to justify its trip to the big screen. Metacritic reports a 47 out of 100 rating, based on 42 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B on an A+ to F scale.

Several critics gave praise to the performances, particularly that of Cruise as Stacee Jaxx. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone wrote: Rock of Ages is pretty fun despite a terrible script, bland leads and awful wigs, mainly thanks to a performance by Tom Cruise as fictional hair metal rocker Stacee Jaxx. Writing for the San Francisco Chronicle, Amy Biancolli called his performance a revelation , calling it a reminder that he s always at his best in wildly transformative character parts . Steve Persall of the Tampa Bay Times praised Cruise s singing, and compared his performance to his earlier work as Lestat in Interview with the Vampire. In her review, Dana Stevens of Slate found Cruise s performance the boldest use of the actor since Paul Thomas Anderson made him a rage-fueled motivational speaker in Magnolia .

As for the negative reviews, Rex Reed of The New York Observer was heavily critical of every aspect of the film, giving the film no stars out of his ranking of four and compared the film to Battlefield Earth and Howard the Duck. Writing for The Guardian, Peter Bradshaw derided the film, and the stage musical, as bland and tiring . Bradshaw also criticized Russell Brand s accent, and gave slight praise to Cruise s performance. Claudia Puig, of USA Today, criticised the main leads of the film as deadly dull dreamers and the story as tame and tone deaf . Richard Corliss for Time found the cast as being wasted in the film, highlighting Baldwin, Zeta-Jones, Cranston and Cruise, whom Corliss did provide positive reception to his performance.

Rock of Ages creator Chris D Arienzo, though having not seen the film adaptation, spoke negatively on the final product. When the trailer came out, I saw there was a monkey in it, and then I knew what kind of movie it was. And I think America knew what sort of movie it was . D Arienzo voiced disappointment in how the film depicted itself, stating,

Instead of coming from the point of view of I m going to validate this and elevate it, they embraced the kitsch and just made it more kitschy. They made it more silly and goofy. Not that our show isn t silly or goofy, but it s always from the point of view of This is really good. And if you don t like Warrant s Cherry Pie, then you re a fucking dick. Because it s good! And we re gonna show you why it s good!

Alec Baldwin, who played Dennis Dupree in the film, was also critical, calling it a horrible movie and a complete disaster . Baldwin had asked New Line Cinema studio head Toby Emmerich to replace him in his role shortly before the start of production.


List of awards and nominations
Award Category Recipient(s) Result
ALMA Awards Favorite Movie Actor Diego Boneta Won
Golden Trailer Awards Best Comedy Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer Movie: Comedy/Musical Nominated
Choice Movie: Breakout Julianne Hough Nominated
Grammy Awards Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media Nominated

Home media

Rock of Ages was released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 9, 2012. An extended cut is available on the Blu-ray, which includes the deleted Rock You Like a Hurricane lap dance scene between Stacee Jaxx (Tom Cruise) and Sherrie (Julianne Hough), which is also played in the theatrical version s end credits, as well as an extended version of Waiting for a Girl Like You , between Drew (Diego Boneta) and Sherrie (Hough) (both scenes can also be found on YouTube). The extended cut runs 136 minutes, 13 minutes longer than the theatrical version, and is rated R for sexual content, as opposed to the PG-13 theatrical version.


Rock of Ages: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Soundtrack album by

various artists
Released June 5, 2012
Recorded September 7, 2011
Genre Classic rock, Soundtrack
Length 59:27
Label WaterTower Music
Producer Adam Anders
Peer Astrom
Adam Shankman
Matt Sullivan

The cover and track listing of the soundtrack was confirmed by Entertainment Weekly on April 30, 2012. The soundtrack was released on June 5, 2012. It debuted at No. 15 on Billboard 200, and peaked at No. 5 on that chart in its third week. It also debuted at No. 1 on the Top Soundtracks chart. It sold 267,000 copies in the US in 2012, making it the second best-selling soundtrack album of the year. It had sold 320,000 copies as of May 2013.

The following songs appear in the film as sung by the original artists. These songs do not appear on the official soundtrack.

Title Artist Notes
I Remember You Skid Row
Oh Sherrie Steve Perry
Everybody Wants Some!! Van Halen
Rock of Ages Def Leppard
Bringin On the Heartbreak Def Leppard
Talk Dirty to Me Poison
No One Like You Scorpions
Cum On Feel the Noize Quiet Riot Original by Slade, end credits
Cherry Pie Warrant Extended cut

Musical numbers

# Title Performed by Original artist Notes
1 Paradise City Tom Cruise Guns N Roses Opening credits
2 Sister Christian / Just Like Paradise / Nothin but a Good Time Julianne Hough, Diego Boneta, Russell Brand and Alec Baldwin Night Ranger / David Lee Roth / Poison
3 Juke Box Hero / I Love Rock n Roll Diego Boneta, Alec Baldwin, Russell Brand and Julianne Hough Foreigner / The Arrows (later famously covered by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts)
4 Hit Me with Your Best Shot Catherine Zeta-Jones Pat Benatar
5 Waiting for a Girl (Boy) Like You Diego Boneta and Julianne Hough Foreigner
6 More Than Words / Heaven Julianne Hough and Diego Boneta Extreme / Warrant
7 Wanted Dead or Alive Tom Cruise and Julianne Hough Bon Jovi
8 I Want to Know What Love Is Tom Cruise and Malin Åkerman Foreigner
9 I Wanna Rock Diego Boneta Twisted Sister
10 Pour Some Sugar on Me Tom Cruise Def Leppard
11 Harden My Heart Julianne Hough and Mary J. Blige Quarterflash
12 Shadows of the Night / Harden My Heart Mary J. Blige and Julianne Hough Pat Benatar / Quarterflash
13 Here I Go Again Diego Boneta, Paul Giamatti, Julianne Hough, Mary J. Blige and Tom Cruise Whitesnake
14 Can t Fight This Feeling Russell Brand and Alec Baldwin REO Speedwagon
15 Any Way You Want It Mary J. Blige, Constantine Maroulis and Julianne Hough Journey
16 Undercover Love Diego Boneta The Zee Guys (or the Z Guyeezz )
17 Every Rose Has Its Thorn Julianne Hough, Diego Boneta, Tom Cruise and Mary J. Blige Poison
18 Rock You Like a Hurricane Julianne Hough and Tom Cruise Scorpions Extended cut
19 We Built This City / We re Not Gonna Take It Russell Brand and Catherine Zeta-Jones Starship / Twisted Sister
20 Don t Stop Believin Julianne Hough, Diego Boneta, Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin, Russell Brand, Mary J. Blige and Catherine Zeta-Jones Journey
21 Paradise City Tom Cruise Guns N Roses End credits
22 Rock You Like a Hurricane Julianne Hough and Tom Cruise Scorpions End credits


Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA) Gold 35,000^
Canada (Music Canada) Gold 40,000^
United Kingdom (BPI) Gold 100,000

^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

Year 2012
ReleaseDate 2012-06-15
RuntimeMins 123
RuntimeStr 2h 3min
Plot A small-town girl and a city boy meet on the Sunset Strip while pursuing their Hollywood dreams.
Awards Awards, 2 wins & 8 nominations
Directors Adam Shankman
Writers Justin Theroux, Chris D’Arienzo, Allan Loeb
Stars Julianne Hough, Diego Boneta, Tom Cruise
Produced by Jimmy Badstibner,Richard Brener,Samuel J. Brown,Chris D Arienzo,Jeff Davis,Michael Disco,Toby Emmerich,Jennifer Gibgot,Garrett Grant,Barry Habib,Carl Levin,Tobey Maguire,Scott Prisand,Janet Billig Rich,Daniel Shafer,Adam Shankman,Hillary Butorac Weaver,Matt Weaver
Music by Adam Anders,Peer Astrom
Cinematography by Bojan Bazelli
Film Editing by Emma E. Hickox
Casting By Juel Bestrop,Ellen Jacoby,Seth Yanklewitz
Production Design by Jon Hutman
Art Direction by Paul D. Kelly
Set Decoration by Xavier Cortes,K.C. Fox
Costume Design by Rita Ryack
Makeup Department Steve Battaglia,Michèle Burke,Sean Flanigan,Camille Friend,Desne J. Holland,Whitney James,Kimberly Kimble,Nicola Schuller,Michael White,Beka Wilson,Nancy Cummings,Roma Demartino,Michelle Diamantides,Lee Gren,Charles Grico,Lisa Horwitz,Lisa Jouet Mosenson,Carmen Lopez,Diane Maurno,Nancy Mendoza,Teresa Morgan,Marissa Nemes,Claudia Pascual,Matthew Petty,Dionne Pitsikoulis,Richard Redlefsen,Kristin Ryals,Chantal Sauvignon,Trish Seeney,Yvette Stone,Rick Stratton,Kathe Swanson,Diana Thomas-Madison,Candace Wessinger,Mark Wittenberg
Production Management Garrett Grant,Eric Hedayat,Jay Vinitsky,Robert West
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Rebecca Baughman,Chris Carreras,Justin Muller,David Waters,Terrence B. Zinn
Art Department Curtis Akin,Shawn Bigwheel Bidwell,Elizabeth Boller,Karen Bosma,Orlando A. Castro,Dianne Chadwick,Ryan Chavez,Patrick K. Coppinger,Raniero Daza,Stephen P. Durante,Vivian Galainena,Forrest Gil Gillespie,Jonathan Givens,Bradley Good,Gia Grosso,Barry Jones,Melissa Pamela Jones,Michael Leblovic,Andrew H. Leung,Pablo Eugenio Lopez,Brian Markey,Guillermo Martinez Casterot,Dawn McLeod,Ashley Metzel,David Moreau,Marilyn Muller,Rosa Palomo,Kris Peck,Linda Pilgrim,Dustin Read,Bob Renna,Logan Riese,Eric Rosenberg,Emilio Saez,Chris Scher,Fred Schwendel,Gregory P. Senner,Matt Shearer,Anthony Siarkiewicz,Craig Sloan,Ramsey Smith,Alexx Thompson,Audrey Waple,Corin Warinner,Stephanie L. Webster,Daniel Williams,Jim S. Williams,Mark Woods,Parker W. Woods,George P. Gakoumis Jr.,Jeffrey Mars
Sound Department Mark Agostino,James Ashwill,Joshua Blanchard,Blake Collins,John T. Cucci,Fredrick Cuevas,Susan Dawes,Mark DeSimone,Danny Ferraro,Thomas Giordano,Galen Goodpaster,Laura Graham,David Grimaldi,Matthew Harrison,Mildred Iatrou,William B. Kaplan,John A. Larsen,Ai-Ling Lee,Skip Longfellow,Helen Luttrell,David Martin López,Reagan Mendoza,Chris Navarro,Beauxregard Neylen,Eric A. Norris,Steve Pederson,Erin Michael Rettig,Lyndsey Schenk,Ric Schnupp,Unsun Song,Jon Taylor,Billy Theriot,Cary Weitz,Ryan Young,Dean A. Zupancic
Special Effects by Robert Caban,James Carter,Keith Owen Harris,Kurt Harris,Alex Pilgrim,Bob Trevino,Durk Tyndall,Thomas Van Koeverden,Christian Byrd
Visual Effects by Carlos A. Alfaro Jr.,Omaikel Alfaro,Gianni Aliotti,Christopher S. Allen,Austen Armus,Nicole Arnell,Abhishek Arya,Elizabeth Asai,Viviane Assaad,Yogesh Badhe,Lluis Barcelo,Jay Barton,Massimiliano Battista,Eric M. Beaver,Aaron Beebe,Kenneth Bell,Gustavo Bellon,Lisa Beroud,Prakash Bhoir,Charlie Bolwell,Charles Bunnag,Annie Caps-Wightman,Simon Carr,Omar Garcia Castaneda,Enrique Sandoval Castro,Chris Chalaire,Jayesh Chavan,Alexander Costa,Ryan Coster,Robin L. D Arcy,Natalia de la Garza,Max Dennison,Robyn Ducharme,Daniel Dupre,Scott Edelstein,Victor Manuel Fernandez,James Fouche,Aaron Franks,Thomas H. Frederick,Mike Fry,Antonio Gallardo,Brent Clutch Gaubatz,Brian Gazdik,Rizza Go,Arturo Gomez,Claudio Gonzalez,Anup Gore,Carlos Guillén,Holly Gunn,Rachel Faith Hanson,Jessica Harris,Marlan Harris,Alex Hatfield,Anup Kumar Hazra,Nha Hoang,Pamela Hobbs,Julianne Holzschuh,Thomas M. Horton,Daryn Houston,Marc Hutchings,Ilamuruguselvan,Daniel J. Ingram,Charlie Iturriaga,Patrick Jarvis,Chavan Jayesh,Amit Jhamb,Nikolce Jovanovski,Josh Judd,Nikos Kalaitzidis,Sudheesh Kattil,Sudheesh Kk,Arun Krishnan,Daniel Kuehn,Christian Kugler,Martin Lake,Kevin LaNeave,Juan Carlos Lepe,Holt Lindenberger,Tarin Lucas,Ross MacKenzie,Zach Mandt,Rebecca Manning,Jeff Masters,Ryan McDermid,Chris McLeod,Rick McMahon,Luis Jorge Medina,Alejandro Miranda Palombo,Patrick Mulholland,Collette Nunes,Michael Hugh O Donnell,Marc Ostroff,Saurabh Pandey,Hyun Bo Park,Ian Parra,Parag Patel,Amol Patil,Sheri Patterson,Uppu Pavanrajesh,Carlos Pedroza,Angelo Perrotta,Daniel Pomares González,Jason Pomerantz,Kim Quiroz,Rebecca Rakoncay,Nick Reid,Kirstin Riddle,Marc D. Rienzo,Christine Carnegie Rinaldi,Bob Roesler,Hiram Romero,Philip Rosado,Greg Ruane,Barry Safley,Dhumal Sagar,Abhinav Sah,Shreedhar Sammohinivis,Eric Sanford,Lukas Sarralde,Sathiyakumar,John Christopher Scott,Ryan Seaward,Mansi Shah,Sandeep Sheth,Rajeev Singh,Marque Pierre Sondergaard,Doug Spilatro,Andrew Stillinger,Alex Thiesen,Hardik Trivedi,Liam Tully,Ben Turner,Mike Uhlir,Justin van der Lek,Enrique Veloz,Sachin Vishwas,Alejandro Diego von Dorrer,Shivaji Waikhom,Sean Ware,Brian C. Williams,Andrew Wood,Estívaliz Zaragoza,Rob Zeigler,Barry Zubel,Lisa Zusmer DelPrete,Marlan Harris,Brent Le Blanc,Michael Lori,Michael D. Lusby,Ranen Nongmaithem,Sum Pang,Dawrath Phoue,Chris B. Schnitzer
Stunts Kevin Ball,Luis Benitez,Chris Brewster,Jodi Lyn Brockton,Jessika Brodosi,Trent Brya,Max Calder,Tom Deakman,Holland Diaz,Joe Dryden,Roberto C Escobar,Tonie Farace,Robyn Graham,Erika Grimes,Jason Charles Hill,Scott Hunter,Grant Koo,Marina Kufa,Amy Le Chet,Sammy Maloof,David Brian Martin,Ed McDermott II,Tony McFarr,Nicole McMillan,Rayner Miyar,Travor Murray,Christopher Parker,Kiana Politis,Stephen Ramos,John Rottger,Susan Saddler,Robert Shavers,Grant Valentine,Natalie Govin,Mandy James Morgan,Gary Rottger
Camera and Electrical Department Michael Allegro,Cua-Cua Apey,James Baldanza,Mike Baldassari,Michael T. Banner,Angel Barroeta,Monica Barronton,Peter Browning,Michael Burgess,Adam Camacho,Jon Nico Canino,Benjamin Centoducati,Stephen Ciffone,Stephen Consentino,Louis Dimeglio,Joshua Earles-Bennett,Greg Faysash,Sean Fisher,Jennifer Galipault,Dylan Goss,Marvin Haven,John Holmes,Mauriece Jacks Jr.,David James,Ross Jones,Gordy Jorian,Eric Laudadio,Sean Lunski,Jimmi Lyon,Bill McConnell Jr.,Mike McGowan,Martin Moody,James Adam Mordaunt,Chris Moseley,Anthony G. Nakonechnyj,Jorge Parra,Goran Pavicevic,Logan Polizzotti,Jeff Porter,Humberto Recio,Paris Rich,Kenny Rivenbark,Michael Roberts,Giovanni Rodriguez,Mike Schmidt,Jeremy Schonwald,Tari Segal,James Selph,Carla Sosa,Joshua Stern,Ben Stinson,Dempsey Tillman,Shawn Torge,Paul Turner,Roger Ulbrich,Jose Vazquez,Jason C. Villella,Sean R. Wilson,Lisa Wolfson,Marc Wostak,Bruce Hazen
Animation Department Jonothon Douglas,Roy Sato,John Kasprzak
Casting Department Kim Altman,Ben Beaune,Chelsea Ellis Bloch,Helen Geier,Ellen Jacoby,Caitlin McKenna,Michael Nassau,Jeff Olan,Steve Petchenik,Mark I. Rutman
Costume and Wardrobe Department Kristin Adams Achtmeyer,Darek Beeman,Jenn Edelson,Paula Elins,Lori Ellison,Risa Garcia,Page Haggerty,Ash Harris,Emma Huser,Maria Lorenzana,Nora Phillips Pedersen,Juliet Primo,Elaine Ramires,Candace Rice,Yaneya Rovira,Brenda Salivia,Teresa Skiles,Jack Taggart,Chandra Telfer,Nancy Thompson,Emae Villalobos,Megan Walker,Tim Wegman,Heather Wind,Carolina Wong,Valerie Zielonka
Editorial Department Matt Absher,Philip Beckner,Eva Hadaway,Erin Michelle Hopkins,Matt Huston,Paul Lavoie,Javier Mayol,Stuart Sperling,Kostas Theodosiou,David Thomas
Location Management Rob Frank,Jeffrey A. Hunter,Tom Lackey,Alejo Menendez,Susanne Ragnarsson,Carlos Rey del Castillo,Julieta Rey del Castillo,Corey Ryan Schmidt,Sam Tedesco,Sandra Woodward
Music Department Adam Anders,Nikki Anders,Ron Anderson,Kala Balch,Joshua Blanchard,Sally Boldt,Tom Brown,David Campbell,Deyder Cintron,Kamari Copeland,Tim Davis,Anthony Falcon,Brandon Fields,Matt Franko,Josh Freese,Jon Robert Hall,Eric Jackson,Lisa Jaime,Amy Keys,Michael Landau,Keri Larson,Storm Lee,Edie Lehmann Boddicker,David Loucks,Alan Meyerson,Brett Pierce,Tim Pierce,Mark Portmann,Kevin Randolph,David Rich,Janet Billig Rich,Jamie Ritharom-Umbras,Nevin Seus,Ken Stacey,Matthew Rush Sullivan,Windy Wagner,Travis Warner,Christian Wenger,Kim Baum,Dan Navarro
Script and Continuity Department Susanna David
Transportation Department Michael Allegro,William Ballard,Michael W. Broomer,Manuel Cespedes,K.C. Colebrooke,Lindsay Dougherty,Cego Les Duvillaire,J. Armin Garza II,Chris Gorden,Jay Krueger,Steve Lewis,John Lybrand,Glenn McMurray,Michael Menapace,Cyril O Neil,Gus Sardina,Sharon M. Segal,Bob Smitty Smith
Additional Crew Masood Ahmed,Kavita Amar,Charlie Araki,Bjorn Arnesen,Olivier Arnesen,Zackry Barclift,Jonathan Potter Barnes,Sarah Feriozzi Barnes,Ashley Bissing,Maï Boiron,Kevin Breen,Monika Breg,Rebecca Breithaupt,Lauren F. Brown,Allen Burry,Andrew Campbell,Charles Cangianelli Jr.,Cass Capazorio,Jules Carideo,Tom Chadwick,Katie Christian,Rona Cohen,Xavier Cortes,Nicole Crespo,Justin Dec,Chelsea DeScenna,Kelly Devine,Robert di Scipio,Benoit Doidic,Pam Ellington,Alize Emme,Brittany Esquijarosa,Tonie Farace,Alyssa Feener,Taryn Feingold,Ritchie Steven Filippi,Sean Fisher,Jorge Luis German,Matt Goldstein,Natalie Govin,Bobby Graham,Julie Ann Grasso,Monica Hopkins,Alain Iglesias,Catanya Jackson,Jaime Jessup,Jaha Johnson,Lyndon Jones,Valentina Karantoni,Dave Kasubowski,Jess King,Sunja Knapp,Scott Koche,Tom Kuljurgis,Rebecca Lindsey,James Macolino,John Malakoff,Verner Maldonado,Kira Marie,Trevor Martin,Gail Martin-Sheridan,Heather McKay,Jackie Medel,Mia Michaels,Ryan Miles,Johnny Moniz,John Montgomery,Maritza Moolman,Crystal Munson,Cabernet Murray,Rene Napoli,Michael Nassau,Melissa Padrón,Vicki Pearlman,Roberto Perez Antolin,Donald Phillips,Joey Pizzi,Aurora Ann Quinones,Claire Raskind,Victoria Reynoso,Michelle Roca,Michael Roccuzzo,Gabby Roots,Mollie Rose,Katie Rotolo,Katie Schaar,Trevor Schliefer,George Schoendorfer,Adam Shankman,Erin Shelley,Yana Shif,Frank Sicoli,Luis Sierra,Alison R. Smith,Cody Smith,Serena Soffer,Paul Straw,Brian Swanson,Kevin Allen Thomas,Lia Towers,Steve Weiss,Cordell Willis,Ashley Wright,Keegan Zall,Jerome Zelle,Nicole Ziobro,Chris Lastrapes,Charlie Studders
Thanks Bret Michaels,Jake Perry
Genres Comedy, Drama, Musical
Companies New Line Cinema, Corner Store Entertainment, Material Pictures
Countries USA
Languages English
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 5.9
ImDbRatingVotes 78213
MetacriticRating 47
Keywords rock,concert,pole dancer,music industry,male male kiss