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Godzilla is a 2014 American monster film directed by Gareth Edwards. It is a reboot of Toho s Godzilla franchise and is the 30th film in the Godzilla franchise. It is also the first film in Legendary Pictures MonsterVerse, and the second Godzilla film to be completely produced by a Hollywood studio. The film stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Ken Watanabe, Elizabeth Olsen, Juliette Binoche, Sally Hawkins, David Strathairn, and Bryan Cranston. In the film, a soldier attempts to return to his family while caught in the crossfire of an ancient rivalry between Godzilla and two parasitic monsters known as MUTOs.
The project began as an IMAX short film in 2004 but was transferred to Legendary in 2009 to be redeveloped as a feature film. The film was officially announced in March 2010 and Edwards was announced as the director in January 2011. Principal photography began in March 2013 in the United States and Canada and ended in July 2013.
Godzilla was theatrically released on May 16, 2014, to generally positive reviews from critics, with praise for the direction, visual effects, music, cinematography, respect to the source material, and Cranston s performance, but the script, characters, and Godzilla s screen-time were criticized. The film was a box office success, grossing $529 million worldwide against a production budget of $160 million, print and advertisement costs of $100 million, and a break-even point of $380 million. The film s success prompted Toho to produce a reboot of their own and Legendary to proceed with sequels, with Godzilla: King of the Monsters released on May 31, 2019, and Godzilla vs. Kong released on March 24, 2021.
In 1954, Godzilla, a prehistoric alpha predator, is lured to Bikini Atoll in an attempt to kill him with a nuclear bomb. In 1999, Monarch scientists Ishiro Serizawa and Vivienne Graham investigate the skeleton of a monster similar to Godzilla in a cavern unearthed by a collapsed uranium mine in the Philippines. They also find two giant spores, one dormant and one hatched, along with a trail leading to the sea. In Japan, the Janjira Nuclear Power Plant experiences unusual seismic activity as supervisor Joe Brody sends his wife Sandra to lead a team of technicians into the reactor. A tremor breaches the reactor, forcing Joe to close the reactor door before Sandra and her team can escape while the plant collapses.
Fifteen years later, Joe and Sandra s son Ford, a U.S. Navy EOD officer, returns from a tour of duty to his wife Elle and son Sam in San Francisco, but must immediately depart for Japan after Joe is detained for trespassing in Janjira s quarantine zone. Joe is determined to find out the cause of the meltdown and persuades Ford to accompany him to retrieve vital data from their old home. They learn that the zone is uncontaminated and retrieve the data, but are discovered and taken to a facility in the plant s ruins. The facility harbors a massive chrysalis that had been feeding off the plant s reactors for 15 years and emitting intense electromagnetic pulses over time. A giant winged insect-like creature emerges from the chrysalis and escapes, destroying the facility. Joe is severely injured and later dies. The incident is reported publicly as an earthquake.
Serizawa and Graham join a U.S. Navy task force led by Admiral William Stenz to search for the creature, dubbed a MUTO (Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organism). Serizawa and Graham reveal to Ford that a 1954 deep-sea expedition awakened Godzilla. Nuclear tests in the 1950s were attempts to kill him; when this did not work, Project Monarch was established to study Godzilla and similar monsters secretly. They also explain that the MUTO caused the Janjira meltdown. Ford reveals Joe had monitored echolocation signals indicating the MUTO was communicating with something, presumably Godzilla.
The MUTO attacks a Russian submarine and drops it in O ahu to eat its nuclear material. Godzilla arrives, causing a tsunami in Honolulu, and briefly engages the MUTO in battle until it flees. Serizawa deduces Godzilla was only listening as the MUTO was communicating with something else, prompting the military to investigate the other spore stored in the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository in Nevada. However, a second, bigger, wingless MUTO has already emerged and attacks Las Vegas. The scientists deduce that it is female and was what the male was communicating with, their signals being a mating call.
Over the scientists objections, Stenz approves a plan of using nuclear warheads to lure all three monsters out into the open ocean and destroy them. Returning to the U.S., Ford joins the team delivering the warheads by train, but the female MUTO intercepts them and devours most of the warheads. The remaining warhead is airlifted with Ford to San Francisco, where the monsters are converging, and activated after Godzilla appears at the Golden Gate Bridge, only for the male MUTO to snatch it and take it to the female, who forms a nest around it in the Chinatown area.
While Godzilla and the MUTOs battle, Ford and a strike team enter the city via HALO jump to find and disarm the warhead before it detonates. Unable to access the timer, the team gets the warhead onto a boat for disposal at sea while Ford destroys the nest. Godzilla defeats the MUTOs and collapses on the shore from exhaustion. Ford gets the boat out to the open sea, is rescued before the warhead explodes, and reunites with his family at an emergency shelter the following morning. Godzilla reawakens and returns to the sea, while the media dubs him the King of the Monsters and speculate whether he might be a savior.
- Aaron Taylor-Johnson as U.S. Navy EOD LT Ford Brody
- Ken Watanabe as Dr. Ishirō Serizawa
- Elizabeth Olsen as Elle Brody
- Juliette Binoche as Sandra Brody
- Sally Hawkins as Dr. Vivienne Graham
- David Strathairn as Admiral William Stenz
- Bryan Cranston as Joe Brody
- T. J. Storm as Godzilla (mo-cap performance)
Additional roles include: Carson Bolde as Sam Brody; Richard T. Jones as Captain Russell Hampton; Victor Rasuk as Sergeant Tre Morales; Patrick Sabongui as Master Sergeant Marcus Waltz, USAF; Jared Keeso as Jump Master; Al Sapienza as Huddleston, the head of security at the Janjira MUTO facility; Brian Markinson as Whalen, a scientist at the Janjira MUTO facility; Catherine Lough Haggquist as PO #1 Martinez; Jake Cunanan as Akio; Warren Takeuchi as Akio s father; Yuki Morita as Akio s mother; Ken Yamamura as Takashi, Joe s associate at the Janjira facility; Hiro Kanagawa as Hayato, a technician at the Janjira facility; Garry Chalk as Stan Walsh; and Christian Tessier as a technician.
Godzilla franchise actor Akira Takarada was cast as an immigration officer, but his scene was cut from the final film. Edwards stated cutting the scene was his biggest regret . Despite cutting the cameo, Takarada is still listed in the closing credits of the film.
Edwards had cited Godzilla (1954) as an inspiration on the film. Edwards stated, Godzilla is a metaphor for Hiroshima in the original movie. We tried to keep that, and there are a lot of themes from the 54 movie that we ve kept. Edwards decided on a restrained approach similar to when films were fueled by a sense of anticipation and relied on high suspense , citing Alien, Jaws, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind as influences. On why Edwards chose a restrained direction, he stated, I felt that in modern cinema it s so easy to just throw everything at the screen constantly. Edwards also wanted Godzilla to feel universal in a way that it could appeal to a general audience like Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Edwards additionally stated, I grew up watching Spielberg movies, what they did so well — as well as having epic, fantastic spectacle — they made the characters feel real and human. We were trying to do the same thing here. Critics and journalists have also noted the film s nods to Steven Spielberg s style of filmmaking and influence from films such as Jaws, Jurassic Park, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
Katsuhiro Otomo s Akira had also influenced the visual design of the film, Edwards stated, One of our designers on the film – a friend called Matt – when we were designing things, and got stuck, we d always go, What would Akira do? For the film s cinematography, Edwards wanted …to do this beautifully real documentary vibe, but also that classic Spielberg style . Real life events such as the 2004 Indian tsunami, Hurricane Katrina, and the Fukushima nuclear disaster served as heavy influences on the realism behind the film s destruction scenes and man vs. nature themes. Edwards had also cited action films from the late 70 s and early 80 s having influenced the film as well, stating, We tried to make a blockbuster that harks back to the pace and style of the early ’80s and late ’70s action movies.
- Gareth Edwards – director
- Patricia Whitcher – executive producer
- Alex Garcia – executive producer
- Yoshimitsu Banno – executive producer
- Kenji Okuhira – executive producer
- Owen Paterson – production designer
- Sharen Davis – costume designer
- Jim Rygiel – visual effects supervisor
Personnel taken from the press release.
After the release of 2004 s Godzilla: Final Wars, marking the 50th anniversary of the Godzilla franchise, Toho announced that it would not produce any Godzilla films for ten years. Toho demolished the water stage on its lot used in numerous Godzilla films to stage water scenes. TriStar Pictures, who had produced the 1998 film Godzilla, cancelled plans for a trilogy due to their film s poor reception and let their remake/sequel rights expire on May 20, 2003.
Godzilla 3D To The Max
In August 2004, Yoshimitsu Banno, who had directed 1971 s Godzilla vs. Hedorah, announced that he had secured the rights from Toho to make a Godzilla IMAX 3D short film at his Advanced Audiovisual Productions (AAP) production company. The film was tentatively titled Godzilla 3D to the Max, and was to be a remake of the Godzilla vs. Hedorah story. In 2005, American Peter Anderson, ASC was added to the project as cinematographer, visual effects supervisor and co-producer by an independent producer Kenji Okuhira who represented Banno. In the same year, American producer Brian Rogers signed on to the project after the meeting with Banno arranged by Okuhira and Anderson.
In 2007, also through Anderson, Kerner Optical then came on board to develop the technology and to produce the 3-D film and with Kerner s backing, in the fall of 2007, the team met with Toho in Tokyo where they re-negotiated their license to allow the release of a feature-length 3-D theatrical production. In 2008, Kerner was facing financial troubles that threatened to cancel the production. In 2009, Rogers, Anderson and the then-proposed director Keith Melton met with Legendary Pictures to get their backing on a 3-D theatrical film. In 2010, it was green-lit by Legendary to go to production. From the Godzilla 3D production team, Banno and Okuhira would remain on the project as executive producers and Rogers as a producer. In November 2013, Banno stated that he still planned to produce a sequel to Godzilla vs. Hedorah. However, Banno died on May 7, 2017.
In August 2009, rumors surfaced that Legendary was in talks with Toho to produce a new American Godzilla film to be released in 2012. On March 29, 2010, Legendary officially announced its acquisition of the Godzilla license and plans to produce a new film with Warner Bros. co-producing and co-financing. Legendary s Godzilla would be closer to the Toho version and avoid connections with the 1998 film. Producer and then-CEO of Legendary Thomas Tull elaborated on Legendary s plans: Our plans are to produce the Godzilla that we, as fans, would want to see. We intend to do justice to those essential elements that have allowed this character to remain as pop culturally relevant for as long as it has. Film producers Dan Lin, Roy Lee, Doug Davison and Legendary s Thomas Tull and Jon Jashni were added to the project as producers to work with Rogers, Banno and Okuhira. Legendary financed 75% of the film s budget while Warner Bros. financed 25%. As a slate finance partner of Warner Bros., RatPac-Dune Entertainment had a minority stake ownership over the film, as well as other Warner Bros. titles.
At the 3D Summit conference held in September 2010 at Universal Studios, producer Brian Rogers confirmed a targeted release date for 2012, the reboot will be a live-action project featuring a fully computer-generated Godzilla battling two other monsters rather than simply the military as seen in Emmerich s 1998 film. Rogers also confirmed that the two Godzilla head designs online rumored to have been designed by Legendary and sent to Toho for approval were fake. Rogers also stressed his and Legendary s wish to revive Godzilla in the same fashion Legendary had revived Batman.
In October 2010, Latino Review reported that Legendary had merged the spec script for Pacific Rim with their Godzilla reboot and offered Guillermo del Toro to direct it. However, Del Toro clarified to Hitfix that the report was false, stating, I am not involved in Godzilla at all. I haven t read it or plan to read it. Nor have I been approached to direct it. Legendary would go on to produce Pacific Rim as its own film, with Del Toro directing, co-writing, and co-producing, and theatrically released it on July 12, 2013. In January 2011, Gareth Edwards was announced as the director for the film. In an interview publicizing the DVD release of Monsters, Edwards discussed the new film: this will definitely have a very different feel than the 1998 film and our biggest concern is making sure we get it right for the fans because we know their concerns. It must be brilliant in every category because I m a fan as well. Edwards further stated, Without addressing anything specific, everyone knows how important it is to get it right.
The film remained in development into 2012, missing the planned release date. Edwards worked on his vision for the film at a stage at the Warner Bros. lot. The production team developed Godzilla models, artwork and pre-visualizations of the action scenes of the movie. From the lot, Edward directed a short teaser video, shown to Legendary executives and later shown at the San Diego Comic-Con International in July 2012.
In 2010, David Callaham pitched his take on Godzilla to Legendary and Warner Bros. and was hired to write the first draft. Speaking of his draft, Callaham stated, Godzilla is a pretty cut and dry, giant monster that smashes stuff. But the reason I got excited about it is because I saw themes and relationships to the modern world that I could tell in this story that was important. Callaham did research on Godzilla s history, animal documentaries, as well as natural disasters and local government disaster plannings in order to depict the events as close as possible to real-life disasters.
When Edwards signing was announced, it was also announced that Callaham s first draft would be rewritten by another writer. In July 2011, David S. Goyer was attached to rewrite the script. Goyer only worked a few weeks on the script and did not get any credit, stating, a little bit. I mean I did three or four weeks of work on Godzilla, it wasn’t a page-one rewrite or anything like that. The term is ‘script doctoring,’ is what I did on it. In November 2011, Max Borenstein was hired to continue work on the script. In October 2012, Legendary announced that writer Drew Pearce would polish the script, making the principal characters older to suit the actors that Legendary had intended to cast.
In January 2013, Frank Darabont was hired for a final rewrite. In interviews, Darabont described his plans for Godzilla as returning it to a terrifying force of nature . The film would add a very compelling human drama and that Godzilla would be tied to a different contemporary issue rather than the original atomic bomb testing. In addition to contributing to the script, Darabont mainly focused on the emotional aspect and further development of the characters. Commenting on Darabont s work, Edwards stated, We blocked out the whole story and Frank did a pass at helping the characters and emotions. He delivered on that. Frank brought a lot of heart to it and soul. Edwards additionally confirmed that one particular scene from Darabont s rewrite convinced Bryan Cranston and Juliette Binoche to join the film. Edwards felt it was not believable that a creature as giant as Godzilla could go undetected by humanity, so the writers conceived of the idea that the monster s existence had been covered up by the United States government, and as such their nuclear tests in the Pacific during the 1950s were actually an attempt to kill the creature.
In July 2013, Edwards confirmed an origin story for the film. He also confirmed that Godzilla would be an antihero rather than a villain or a hero. He also discussed the themes incorporated into the film, stating Godzilla is definitely a representation of the wrath of nature. We ve taken it very seriously and the theme is man versus nature and Godzilla is certainly the nature side of it. You can t win that fight. Nature s always going to win and that s what the subtext of our movie is about. He s the punishment we deserve . Actress Elizabeth Olsen discussed how the film returns to the roots of the original Godzilla film and its themes as well, stating, There s a strong theme about the importance of family in it as well as the theme of trying to control nature and how that backfires in the end.
Actor Bryan Cranston praised Edwards vision, tone, and pitch for the film and titular character. In an interview with Canada s Entertainment Tonight, he compared Edwards approach similar to Steven Spielberg s style in Jaws where the film does not immediately show the beast but rather build up to its appearance while still delivering an eerie and terrifying off-screen presence.
In licensing Godzilla to Legendary, Toho set down some specific conditions: that Godzilla is born of a nuclear incident and it be set in Japan. The film has a title montage set in 1954, and then moves forward to 1999 and deals with a mysterious disaster at a fictional Japanese nuclear power plant named Janjira. Legendary rejected an origin story where a Godzilla carcass would be found entombed in Siberia. The idea was rejected after the production learned that Man of Steel had a potentially similar scene. The US Army reviewed the script, suggesting corrections for accuracy. In return for production assistance, it required deleting a reference to the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Tony Gilroy contributed some additional uncredited rewrites to the script.
Producer Thomas Tull was adamant about keeping Godzilla s design consistent with the Toho version, stating, We had to make triply sure we got it right. Godzilla had to look like Godzilla. Period. Tull was also puzzled at the design direction of Emmerich s Godzilla, stating, I’m always puzzled as a fan when you take things so far it’s unrecognizable.
Edwards and the design group reviewed all previous incarnations of Godzilla s design for inspiration. Edwards stated, The way I tried to view it was to imagine Godzilla was a real creature and someone from Toho saw him in the 1950s and ran back to the studio to make a movie about the creature and was trying their best to remember it and draw it. And in our film you get to see him for real. He went on to say that his Godzilla remains true to the original in all aspects. Edwards also stressed that, It was important to me that this felt like a Toho Godzilla and concluded by wishing, I d love ours (Godzilla) to be considered as part of the Toho group.
In October 2013, toy and collectible web sites offering pre-orders of merchandise for the film revealed aspects of the other creatures to appear in the movie. The other creatures are, as a group, known as MUTOs , with some having the ability to fly and being multi-limbed. The filmmakers specified that Godzilla would be 350 feet (106.7 meters) tall, the tallest incarnation of Godzilla to date at the time. According to special effect chief Jim Rygiel, the mechanics of Godzilla s fighting style is based on the study of animals, primarily bears and Komodo dragons. The height of the creature finally turned out to be 355 feet (108.2 meters).
For Empire magazine s April 2014 issue, the magazine cover featured a picture of Godzilla, revealing the monster s design. According to Edwards, elements of the faces of bears, dogs and eagles were incorporated into the design of Godzilla s face. Motion capture by the special effects firm The Imaginarium was also utilized in the movement of the movie s monsters in film sequences. Andy Serkis provided consultation on the film s motion capture sequences in order to control the souls of the creatures. Serkis stated that the film s performance capture had already been filmed before he was approached.
The Godzilla roar was revamped for the movie. According to Edwards, sound designer Erik Aadahl improved on the original sound effect provided by Toho. Aadahl and fellow sound designer Ethan Van Der Ryn spent six months over the three-year production getting the roar right. Using microphones that could record sound inaudible to humans, the team found sounds to match the initial shriek and the finishing bellow. The new roar retains the musical key and cadence of the roar, going from a C to a D. The final version was the 50th the team produced. The pair tested the roar on a back lot at Warner Bros., using a tour speaker array for The Rolling Stones, and estimated that it could be heard 3 miles (4.83 km) away. In IMAX theatres, the roar was integrated into the sound of the Welcome to IMAX sequence shown before Godzilla showings.
In an interview with The Verge, Edwards commented that it took over a year to design the MUTO creatures because the crew wanted to create something new and different for contemporary audiences. Edwards and the design team looked to creatures from such films as Jurassic Park, Alien, Starship Troopers and King Kong for inspiration, reflecting on what made their designs so iconic. From this, the design for the MUTOs kept evolving and mutating, according to Edwards, into a cohesive design.
T. J. Storm provided the performance capture for Godzilla while Matt Cross and Lee Ross provided additional motion capture performances.
In late 2012, the plans for the film s filming, release and distribution were revealed. In September 2012, Legendary announced a theatrical release date of May 16, 2014, in 3-D. IMAX announced that the film would also be released in IMAX 3D on May 16, 2014. Warner Brothers distributed the film worldwide, except in Japan, where it was distributed by Toho. At that time, Legendary Pictures added Alex Garcia and Patricia Whitcher as executive producers. In December, Dan Lin revealed that the film would likely start filming in Vancouver in March 2013.
Legendary turned its attention to casting parts for the movie. On January 7, 2013, it was reported that Joseph Gordon-Levitt had turned down being cast in the film in the fall of 2012. It was reported that Henry Cavill, Scoot McNairy, and Caleb Landry Jones comprised the shortlist for lead of the film. On January 10, it was first reported that Legendary Pictures was interested in Aaron Taylor-Johnson for the lead role. It was reported that Bryan Cranston and Elizabeth Olsen were also in talks to co-star. Olsen confirmed her involvement at the 2013 BAFTA awards. Juliette Binoche and David Strathairn were then signed on to join Taylor-Johnson, Cranston and Olsen in the film.
In January 2013, Mary Parent joined the project as a producer for Disruption Entertainment. and producers Dan Lin, Roy Lee and Doug Davison were dismissed from the project. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the producers left over creative and financial differences with Legendary Pictures, and Legendary was buying out their producer contracts, a move which led to court. On January 9, Legendary Pictures filed a Complaint for Declaratory Relief lawsuit against Lin, Lee and Davison in California State Court to spell out any fees owed to the individuals, who had signed an agreement with Legendary and were working with Legendary on the film s development. According to the complaint, Legendary had decided in the fall of 2012 to not employ the three as producers on the film and the three were not eligible for any producer fees. The three filed a counter-claim, that the agreement cited by Legendary was not in force and that the original working agreement was breached by Legendary. The three argued that the suit should be decided in open court, not in arbitration, and that Legendary should be responsible for damages for breach of contract. At court, the judge dismissed the arbitration and ordered mediation followed by jury trial if necessary. Legendary appealed the decision and lost the appeal in March 2014, leaving the case in California Superior Court for trial. In June 2015, on the eve of the trial, the parties came to a settlement, terms of which were not disclosed.
At the start of principal photography in March 2013, Legendary formally announced the cast and producers. Yoshimitsu Banno, Alex Garcia, Kenji Okuhira and Patricia Whitcher were formally named as executive producers and Legendary announced the addition of Ken Watanabe to the cast. After filming started, Richard T. Jones and Sally Hawkins were added. From the film set, a photograph of actor Akira Takarada (star of the original Godzilla, including five sequels) with Edwards was released. Takarada had publicly appealed to be part of the production and the photo indicates some sort of role for the Japanese actor in the reboot. In April 2014, Takarada said in an interview that his role was cut from the final version of the film. He had the role of an immigration officer. Edwards later admitted regretting cutting out Takarada s cameo.
Principal photography began on March 18, 2013, in Vancouver, under the working title of Nautilus, with scenes shot at the Vancouver Convention Centre, inside BC Place, and at Hi-View Lookout in Cypress Provincial Park, West Vancouver (as San Francisco s Bay Area Park). This was followed by filming in the Richmond neighborhood of Steveston. A large battle scene was shot on Moncton St, involving approximately 200 soldiers and many military vehicles. Another scene was filmed at the fisherman s wharf along Finn Slough. Additional shooting took place on Vancouver Island, around Nanaimo and Victoria in British Columbia. Additional filming involving extras took place around industrial areas of Coquitlam, British Columbia.
The scenes at the Convention Centre stood in for the Honolulu and Tokyo airports, while other locations in Vancouver were used to simulate scenes in San Francisco, Tokyo and the Philippines. Filming also used the stages of Burnaby s Canadian Motion Picture Park, (CMPP) where crews built a San Francisco Chinatown street, a giant sinkhole set used for the Philippine mine and the MUTO nest and a 400 feet (120 m) section of the Golden Gate Bridge. The Chinatown street was built on the site of the New York City set built for the Watchmen film.
Further on-location filming was done in June and July 2013 in Honolulu, Hawaii. On June 2, 2013, over 2,000 people applied at an open casting call in Hawaii to be cast as extras. Over 200 extras were hired for the expected three weeks of shooting in Hawaii, which included dressing up Waikiki Beach as the site of disaster. Eastern Oahu was used as a double for the Marshall Islands. According to The Hollywood Reporter, principal photography on Godzilla wrapped on the weekend of July 13–14.
In an interview, Aaron Taylor-Johnson described the filming as mostly on-location, with very little use of green screens. He described the film crew as fairly small compared to other films he has worked on, almost an independent production. CGI was used to add elements later.
Seamus McGarvey served as the film s cinematographer, shooting the film digitally using Arri Alexa cameras with Panavision C-Series anamorphic lenses. Sequences of the film set in the year 1954 were shot using vintage lenses from the early 1960s in order to give the film a distant period feel. This effect was enhanced though the digital intermediate s colour grading, as McGarvey noted that the look I wanted was a peeled look with muted colors and diffusion on the highlights, a sense of period distance. I found a lot of photographs and magazines, and I knew that I wanted the blacks to be imbued with a tint of magenta. Though the film was made to be released in 3D, it received a predominantly 2D release. McGarvey himself decided to shoot the film as if it were only 2D, because he dislikes working with 3D filming equipment and the experience of watching 3D films in theatres.
The U.S. Navy cooperated in the making of the movie and filming took place on three U.S. Navy aircraft carriers: the USS Carl Vinson, the USS Nimitz and the USS Ronald Reagan. Part of the opening sequence was filmed on the USS Missouri at Pearl Harbor. The U.S. Army also participated in the movie with the support of three technical advisors. The U.S. Marine Corps, which had participated in the 1998 film, declined to participate after reviewing the script, which featured Navy personnel. Taylor-Johnson was put through a mini-bootcamp by retired Marine Sgt. Maj. James D. Dever, one of the film s military technical advisers, to ensure he had good military bearing . Dever also helped stuntmen train for high-altitude, low-opening jumps.
Director Gareth Edwards has said that he intentionally placed humans in shots to give the scene a sense of scale, as everyone knows the size of a human, so we know the size of a creature or a building. He has also asserted that we wouldn t place a camera anywhere it would be impossible to get one. We would say Imagine it was a news story, or a sports event, cameramen would put cameras where they could in a hurry, and get any shot they could. This is what we wanted to feel like, as if people were filming glimpses at any chance they could. He also found himself Doing things think are cliche; panning up just as a roar happens, or getting the perfect shot, things I shake my head at when watching other people s films. Especially when is first seen, we wanted a build up, and then pan up, we see him, and then we don t see him. I love that.
Visual effects on the film were supervised by visual effects supervisor Jim Rygiel, best known for his work on The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy. Rygiel has stated that the effects are in the spirit of the original series, with the blessing of Toho, although the monster would be more dynamic than a guy in a big rubber suit. Visual and special effects companies working on the picture include the Moving Picture Company (MPC), Double Negative, Weta Digital, Amalgamated Dynamics, ComputerCafe/CafeFX, Lidar VFX, Scanline VFX, Stereo D and The Third Floor. Production of the movie was completed in the last week of March 2014.
To create a CG version of Godzilla, MPC studied various animals such as bears, Komodo dragons, lizards, lions and wolves which helped the visual effects artists visualize Godzilla s body structure like that of its underlying bone, fat and muscle structure as well as the thickness and texture of its scale.
The production used high-quality panorama photos of the San Francisco skyline, and built a three-dimensional map of the city. The map was used in the background of sequences shot on the bridge set in Vancouver. According to Jim Rygiel, this technique gives you a real city that is accurate down to every piece of mortar in a brick building, so, using that, we were able to composite the live action shots with the key frame-animated monsters destroying digital buildings into a seamless whole. Army vehicles, including tanks were provided by CGI and are not real vehicles. The studio digitized actual military equipment from the 7th Infantry Division of the Army. The film s title sequence was designed by Kyle Cooper, who had done the title sequence for Godzilla: Final Wars. The film s sound was mixed at Warner Bros. studio in Burbank, California. The tracks were mixed by Gregg Landaker in the Dolby Atmos surround-sound format for exhibition in theaters with Atmos-equipped sound systems.
Film composer Alexandre Desplat was hired to compose an original soundtrack for Godzilla. Desplat had not composed previously for a monster film, having worked on movies such as The King s Speech, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and the final two Harry Potter films. Desplat accepted the contract after being impressed with Edwards film Monsters. Desplat describes the soundtrack for Godzilla as non-stop fortissimo, with lots of brass, Japanese drums, and electric violin. The score is also conducted by Desplat. The film score was released by WaterTower Music on May 13, 2014.
The film features György Ligeti s Requiem (also used in 2001: A Space Odyssey), Dusty Springfield s 1969 recording of Breakfast in Bed, and Elvis Presley s (You re the) Devil in Disguise.
The film had a print and advertisement budget of $100 million. In promotion of the project, visitors to the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) received a T-shirt with an image of the new Godzilla design, an image credited to comics and manga publisher UDON Entertainment. Artist Gonzalo Ordóñez Arias worked with Legendary and Toho to create the painting. Further, visitors to the Legendary Pictures booth at the convention could view an animation of the new Godzilla breathing radioactive fire superimposed over their image captured via a webcam. The augmented reality promotion was designed by Talking Dog Studios of Saskatchewan, Canada.
At a session during the July 2012 SDCC, Legendary presented both a poster for the film and a teaser trailer. The teaser trailer included a depiction of Godzilla faithful to the Toho monster, including its roar, and a gigantic centipede-like monster. The centipede-like monster was not used in the final film. Screenwriter Max Borenstein later confirmed that the centipede monster was conceived only for the teaser and only to indicate that Godzilla would fight another creature. It was included in the teaser before Borenstein completed writing the script.
During filming in Vancouver, Legendary released several videos and still pictures of filming in Vancouver on its Facebook site. Pictures included a destroyed subway car with a green screen backdrop, soldiers inspecting a radioactive vault and wreckage on a shoreline. In July 2013, Legendary launched a viral website godzillaencounter.com in conjunction with the film. The company was promoting the film at the 2013 SDCC, and converted a warehouse in San Diego to the Godzilla Encounter exhibit in conjunction with the convention. According to USA Today, the exhibit was part museum, part theme park with displays to simulate an experience of a Godzilla attack. The exhibit also had artifacts from the franchise series, including the Oxygen Destroyer of the original film, and a Godzilla costume from Godzilla 2000. An audio sample was released on Godzillaencounter.com of an announcement suggesting Godzilla or a gigantic atomic creature attacking San Diego.
At a session at the 2013 Comic-Con, Legendary showed footage from the film. As reported by various media, the footage is of a large monster, reminiscent of the Cloverfield monster, attacking an airport, when Godzilla s foot appears next to the monster. Godzilla s height is revealed to be several times the size of the other monster and a battle ensues, but Godzilla s face is not revealed. Various clips of scenes with Cranston, Taylor-Johnson and Olsen were also shown.
In October 2013, the proof of concept footage shown at SDCC 2012 was leaked online and was available on several video sharing websites for several days before Warner Bros. and Legendary managed to have it fully removed. The first official trailer was released online on December 10, 2013, and was attached to theatrical showings of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug in select theaters. Also on December 10, Toho released a slightly different version of the trailer with Japanese subtitles, and a TV spot. Within two days, the trailer surpassed nine million views on YouTube. Legendary launched a viral web site www.mutoresearch.net just prior to the trailer release, with video from the trailer and the trailer itself. Toho launched a web site of its own, godzilla.jp, with a simple arcade game of Godzilla stomping on Tokyo and using his radioactive breath, as well as appearances from King Ghidorah and Mothra.
The second trailer was released on February 25, 2014. It revealed more scenes of destruction by Godzilla on San Francisco and Las Vegas, brief glimpses of other creatures, as well as a conspiracy plot intertwined with the atomic blast tests in the Pacific Ocean in 1954. Within three days, the video had recorded 13 million views on YouTube. Several more trailers were released, with variations for North America, Japan, Asia outside Japan and internationally. Several of the marketing materials won awards: the trailer ( Ravaged/Event ), the TV spot ( Fight ), and the Godzilla poster won Golden Trailer Awards.
In cross promotion, Godzilla appeared in a light-hearted commercial for the Snickers chocolate bar, playing ping pong and water skiing. The angry Godzilla is calmed by eating a Snickers bar. Godzilla is portrayed as both human-sized and much larger. Another cross-promotion commercial was made, featuring Godzilla in a Fiat 500L car commercial. In it, Godzilla is rampaging through a city, devouring Fiat cars as he goes, with a soldier claiming that he was craving Italian. He then approaches to devour a Fiat 500L, but because of the car s size being larger than a 500 model, Godzilla cannot swallow it. Nearly choking on it, he spits out the car as it drives away.
Legendary Pictures had set up a new Applied Analytics Group to direct its marketing efforts, and Godzilla was the first film that used analytics, similar to the use of sports analytics, to direct its marketing. According to Legendary CEO Thomas Tull, it developed a news software program named Eddington , which, based on a massive database, was able to determine demographic trends among sub-groups of core filmgoers. It extended the standard Hollywood four-quadrant analysis of male/female and under/over 25 years of age to smaller target markets. Godzilla beat predictions of an opening-weekend gross of $60 million by over $30 million, a difference Tull attributed to Eddington. According to Tull, Legendary spent less in marketing than it had in the past.
In July 2014, Japan completed a 6.6 meters (22 ft) statue in Tokyo Midtown area in Tokyo.
In June 2013, Variety reported that Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Legendary Entertainment had assembled a large team of partners to make licensed merchandise to be released in conjunction with the film. Bandai America produced a line of toys, and other products were produced by NECA, Jakks Pacific, Bioworld, Trevco, Rubie s and Sideshow Collectibles. Bandai and NECA produced toys inspired by the film; JAKKS Pacific produced large-scale figures and other toy products; Rubie s produced Godzilla costumes; and Sideshow Collectibles produced collectible statues.
A novelization, written by science-fiction writer Greg Cox, was published by Titan Books in May 2014, to coincide with the film s release. Cox has previously written novelizations for movies, including Legendary s own The Dark Knight Rises and Man of Steel. Two other books were scheduled for release including Godzilla: With Light and Sound! for children, and Godzilla: The Art of Destruction, a collection of artwork, plus interviews with the director and cast members.
Legendary announced in January 2014, along with a video message by Edwards, a tie-in graphic novel to be released on May 7, 2014, one week before the movie. Entitled Godzilla: Awakening, the novel s events take place decades before the events seen in the film. It is co-written by Greg Borenstein and the film s screenwriter Max Borenstein, with cover art by Arthur Adams and interior art by Eric Battle, Yvel Guichet, Alan Quah and Lee Loughridge. The tagline is Delve into an incredible mystery, generations in the making. At the dawn of the atomic age, humanity awakens lifeforms beyond imagination, unleashing monumental forces of nature.
Pictures of the line of toys, including a Godzilla Atomic Roar model by Bandai, were leaked to the internet in March 2014. The Godzilla model has atomic fire breath . The toys shipped in March 2014. A S.H.Monsterarts version of the 2014 Godzilla is also announced by Bandai, which is released in September 2014. A tie-in game for mobile devices was announced in March 2014. The game, titled Godzilla Smash 3, allows moves by matching three items of a similar type in a row. It is being made by Rogue Play and features puzzle-based gameplay similar to Candy Crush Saga. Above the game board, a view of Godzilla destroying various military vehicles is featured and the different attacks correspond to the combinations the player scores. The game was released in May 2014. Legendary s Godzilla was featured as a playable character in Bandai Namco s 2014 video game Godzilla as Hollywood Godzilla .
Godzilla had its red carpet premiere at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on May 8, 2014. An Aftermath Afterparty was held after the premiere, which featured a 22-foot statue of Godzilla made out of rubble erected before the El Capitan Theatre. Godzilla received wide release worldwide in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D beginning May 16, 2014. In the United States, the film was given a PG-13 rating by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) for intense sequences of destruction, mayhem and creature violence. The film was released in China on June 13 and in Japan on July 25, 2014. In April 2014, Toho had an early screening of Godzilla and gave a positive review. Edwards said, They saw it yesterday and I got an e-mail saying they thought it was fantastic! So that was a relief. Legendary also held screenings for the military.
Godzilla was released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD formats on September 16, 2014, in North America. It was released for digital HD download on August 26, 2014. Target released their own exclusive edition of the Blu-ray which included an exclusive 30-minute featurette titled Godzilla: Rebirth of an Icon while Walmart released their own exclusive edition which only featured an alternative cover for the DVD. Producer Thomas Tull confirmed plans for an extended cut of the film to be released in the future. In the United States and Canada, the DVD earned $17.7 million and the Blu-ray earned $27.3 million, totaling $45 million in domestic video sales.
Toho released the film on Blu-ray and DVD formats in Japan on February 25, 2015, as well as a five-disc limited edition Blu-ray set including the 3D Blu-ray, 2D Blu-ray, DVD, a disc of bonus features (includes the North American special features, as well as additional Japan-exclusive features), a full color booklet with Japanese promotional art, and an exclusive S.H. MonsterArts figure. The film was released on 4K Blu-ray on March 23, 2021, to commemorate the release of Godzilla vs. Kong.
Legendary estimated that the film would need to gross $380 million worldwide to break-even. Godzilla grossed $9.3 million in North America at early Thursday screenings, one of the best late-night openings for a non-sequel, and $93.2 million for the entire weekend, making it the fifth highest opening weekend in 2014. Its opening weekend gross broke the records for the highest weekend debuts for a disaster film and a creature feature. It was estimated that approximately half of the gross was in 3D screenings. In its second weekend, which saw competition from X-Men: Days of Future Past, Godzilla had a 66% drop. At the end of its domestic run, Godzilla grossed $200.7 million in North America, the lowest total ever for a movie that opened above $90 million. Godzilla finished as the 13th highest-grossing film of 2014 in North America.
Also on May 15, Godzilla opened in every major market internationally, with the exception of China and Japan, grossing $103.4 million, giving it a worldwide opening weekend of nearly $200 million. On June 13, the film opened in China and grossed $10.9 million for the largest opening day in that country for 2014, and would open with $37 million for the weekend. The film finished with $77.6 million as the 18th highest-grossing film in that country for the year. On July 25, Godzilla finally opened in Japan, where it opened at number one and grossed $6.95 million for the weekend, the second-highest opening weekend in Japan of any foreign film in 2014. Considered a robust debut , this helped push the film s global box office to over $500 million. It eventually finished with just shy of $30 million in Japan, making it the 12th highest-grossing film in that country for the year. Godzilla finished its theatrical global run between $324–328 million from international markets, giving it a worldwide total of $529 million and making it the 14th highest-grossing film of 2014 worldwide. Calculating in all expenses, Deadline Hollywood estimated that the film made a net profit of $92.3 million, shared between Warner Bros. and Legendary.
Godzilla received generally positive reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 76% based on 327 reviews, with an average rating of 6.70/10. The site s critical consensus states, With just enough human drama to anchor the sweeping spectacle of giant monsters smashing everything in sight, Gareth Edwards Godzilla satisfyingly restores the franchise s fire-breathing glory. On Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average based on selected reviews, the film has a score of 62 out of 100, based on 48 critics, indicating generally favorable reviews . CinemaScore reported that audiences gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale.
Alex Pappademas of Grantland called the film the first truly joyous popcorn action movie of the season and praised Edwards directing, stating, I admired Edwards’s restraint, a quality I’m not accustomed to admiring in $160 million summer action movies. Richard Roeper stated, Edwards and his team produce consistently stunning visuals , but admitted that he would have liked to see more of Godzilla but stated that the film is leaps and bounds ahead of the 1998 bomb and awarded the film a B+ rating. Keith Uhlich of The A.V. Club named Godzilla the second-best film of 2014. Stephanie Zacharek of the Village Voice stated Godzilla is one of those generic, omnipresent blockbusters that s undone by the very spectacle it strives to dazzle us with: Everything is so gargantuan, so momentous, that nothing has any weight. A. O. Scott of the New York Times stated the film is at once bloated and efficient, executed with tremendous discipline and intelligence and found that it surpasses Roland Emmerich’s 1998 Hollywood version but felt the characterization was thin and the performances were squandered but felt that the soul of the film dwells with the monsters . Tom Russo of the Boston Globe felt the film is an uneven spectacle that can’t sustain its solid first-half character moments but did state the film can also flash a surprising, often clever sense of legacy, and is intermittently capable of thrilling us.
Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune awarded the film three and a half stars, finding that the film makes up for the 1998 version and praised Edwards directing and build-up, and defended Godzilla s screen-time, stating, Is there enough Godzilla in Godzilla? Folks, there is. There is just enough. David Blaustein of ABC News Radio awarded the film three-and-a-half stars out of five, calling it very good, but not great , criticizing the film s insufficient screen-time for Godzilla, but stated that the film s finale, more or less, makes it all worth the wait. Matt Zoller Seitz awarded the film three and a half stars out of four and observed how it s less interested in a giant monster s rampage than in what it might feel like to be a tiny human watching it close up, or far away, or on TV. It is not about Godzilla or the beasts he fights, it s a combination epic horror film and parable of nature in revolt, filled with odd ellipses and surprising but appropriate storytelling choices, such as an early monster duel that plays out mainly on CNN.
Japanese critics and journalists have praised the film for putting more of an effort to honor the spirit and visual style of the Japanese series but criticized the film for complicating the anti-war, anti-nuclear sensibility and lack of nerve on the part of the filmmakers to say anything substantial about nuclear weapons or nuclear energy . However, Godzilla illustrator Yuji Kaida called the film a real kaijū eiga (monster movie) that honored the original in that Godzilla was presented as a force beyond human understanding that maintained the Earth’s natural balance .
William Tsutsui, author of Godzilla on My Mind, discussed the new film in an article in Foreign Affairs magazine. This latest reboot brings to the screen a Godzilla that remains true to the spirit of the Japanese series while creating a very American, very twenty-first-century monster. He noted that the film depicts gluttony for food and sex in ways that were never a feature of Japanese productions. There are far more overt displays of affection in the first 15 minutes of the 2014 Godzilla than in the entire Japanese franchise, which totaled one very chaste kiss over 50 years. He also noted that the film is more violent than the Japanese series, showing more carnage. The Godzilla character, in its heroism, is reminiscent of the 1960s and 1970s Japanese Godzilla, but not anthropomorphized like those. Also, the identity of the character as Japanese is lost: In the 28 films made by Toho, Godzilla is unmistakably identified as one of wareware Nihonjin (we Japanese). After liberating San Francisco from the spawning MUTOs, Godzilla is thus crowned as a defender of the United States.
Ed Godziszewski (author of The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Godzilla) felt that the film did not provide much social commentary like previous Godzilla films, stating, The 2014 film paid superficial lip service at best to the nuclear issue, but really there s almost nothing of substance there. Rather than offering caution about nuclear energy, the new film almost gives you the idea that nuclear weapons are actually the answer to everything . Godziszewski did iterate that he did enjoy the film and praised the monster battles for being choreographed closer to the original Toho films than how Pacific Rim was choreographed.
David Kalat (author of A Critical History and Filmography of Toho s Godzilla Series) felt that Edwards figured out a successful modern American context for the film in supporting American troops, stating, Edwards Godzilla (2014) takes that concept and weaponizes it: we re used to seeing Godzilla movies where the military fails because they re stupid, but seeing them fail but be heroic while failing is new. It s also something the culture needs—and it s the kind of heretical idea that s otherwise hard to dramatize in pop culture, just like the original Godzilla s anti-American stance was so potent in 1954. However, Kalat criticized the film for giving Godzilla almost no screen-time .
Steve Ryfle (author of Japan s Favorite Mon-Star) felt that America is incapable of making an honest Godzilla. Ryfle criticized how the film contorts and distorts history in order to avoid confronting the uncomfortable facts of American culpability in the monster’s origin. He accused the film of whitewashing the source material to negate the monster’s politics for American consumption and concluded by stating, Edwards has claimed that his film’s disaster pornography—digitally realistic images resembling Fukushima, the Indian Ocean tsunami, Katrina, 9/11—contextualizes the story for our dangerous modern world. But his film does not comment on those images or what they might mean, and so they unspool as hollow exercises in technical prowess. Godzilla is said to be a force of nature reawakened, but by what? Without that answer, the latest Godzilla reboot is about nothing.
|2014||15th Golden Trailer Awards||Best Summer 2014 Blockbuster Trailer||Godzilla Ravaged/Event||Won|
|Best Action TV Spot||Godzilla Fight||Nominated|
|Best Summer 2014 Blockbuster TV Spot||Godzilla Fight||Won|
|Best International Poster||Godzilla||Won|
|Best Summer 2014 Blockbuster Poster||Godzilla||Won|
|Teen Choice Awards||Choice Movie: Action||Godzilla||Nominated|
|Choice Movie: Breakout Star||Elizabeth Olsen||Nominated|
|Choice Movie: Hissy Fit||For the character, Godzilla||Nominated|
|Hollywood Post Alliance||Outstanding Sound – Feature Film||Erik Aadahl, Ethan Van der Ryn, Tim LeBlanc, Gregg Landaker, Rick Kline||Nominated|
|World Soundtrack Academy||Film Composer of the Year||Alexandre Desplat (also for The Grand Budapest Hotel, Marius, The Monuments Men, Philomena, Venus in Fur, and Zulu)||Won|
|22nd Annual Japan Cool Content Contribution Award||Alex Garcia||Won|
|2015||Houston Film Critics Society||Best Poster||Godzilla||Nominated|
|Japan Academy Prize||Outstanding Foreign Language Film||Godzilla||Nominated|
|41st Saturn Awards||Best Science Fiction Film||Godzilla||Nominated|
|Best Music||Alexandre Desplat||Nominated|
In October 2015, Legendary announced plans to create a shared cinematic franchise between Godzilla and King Kong that would lead to Godzilla vs. Kong.
Prior to announcing a shared cinematic series, Legendary intended to produce a Godzilla trilogy with Gareth Edwards attached to direct. In May 2016, Edwards left the sequel to work on smaller scale projects. In October 2016, Michael Dougherty and Zach Shields became attached to write the script for Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Dougherty was announced as the director in January 2017. Principal photography began in June 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia and ended in September 2017. The film was released on May 31, 2019.
Godzilla vs. Kong was announced in October 2015. The film s writers room was assembled in March 2017 and Adam Wingard was announced as the director in May 2017. Principal photography began in November 2018 in Hawaii and Australia and concluded in April 2019. The film was theatrically released internationally on March 24, 2021 and in the United States on March 31, where it was released in theaters and on HBO Max simultaneously.
|Plot||The world is beset by the appearance of monstrous creatures, but one of them may be the only one who can save humanity.|
|Awards||Awards, 7 wins & 31 nominations|
|Writers||Ishirô Honda, Takeo Murata, Shigeru Kayama|
|Stars||Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Bryan Cranston|
|Produced by||Yoshimitsu Banno,Martin Cohen,Bob Ducsay,Alex Garcia,Jon Jashni,Kenji Okuhira,Mary Parent,Brian Rogers,Jim Rowe,Leeann Stonebreaker,Shannon Triplett,Thomas Tull,Patricia Whitcher|
|Music by||Alexandre Desplat|
|Cinematography by||Seamus McGarvey|
|Film Editing by||Bob Ducsay|
|Casting By||Sarah Finn|
|Production Design by||Owen Paterson|
|Art Direction by||Ross Dempster,Kirsten Franson,Dan Hermansen,Scott Meehan,Eric Sundahl,Grant Van Der Slagt|
|Set Decoration by||Travis Logan,Elizabeth Wilcox|
|Costume Design by||Sharen Davis|
|Makeup Department||Diana Acrey,Bert Reo Anderson,Naomi Bakstad,Chantal Boom la,Vincenza Celentano,DJ Colbert-Worley,Mahealani Diego,Victoria Down,James Ferreira,Cayley Giene,Vanessa Giles,Céline Godeau,Maiko Mo Gomyo,Paula Hong,Debra Johnson,Connie Kallos,Alla Kornilov,Miia Kovero,Howard Lau,Melody Levy,Sandy Lindala,Toby Lindala,Sherry Linder-Gygli,Doug Morrow,Christopher Mark Pinhey,Jessica Rain,Richard Redlefsen,Laine Rykes,Lindala Schminken,Kendal Shannon,Vince Yoshida,Susan Boyd,Louis Lazzara|
|Production Management||Renee Confair,Jyoti Bhalchandra Deshpande,Luc Etienne,Cellin Gluck,Eric Hedayat,Andrew Thomas Hopkins,Don J. Hug,James K. Jensen,Cory C. Myler,Jason Pomerantz,Jake Rice,Jim Rowe,Adrienne Sol,Charuhas Sonar,Leeann Stonebreaker,Ty Warren,Mark Scoon|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Ashley Bell,Michael Bendner,Jim Brebner,Misha Bukowski,Dennis Burrell,Benjamin Cairns,Josy Capkun,Gabriel Correa,E.J. Foerster,Alexander H. Gayner,Florian Halbedl,Gavin Kleintop,Scott Kukurudz,Emily McGovern,Jeremy Phoenix,Stockton David Porter,Brian Sepanzyk,Rhonda Taylor,Marc Turchin,Fiona Winning|
|Art Department||Mohamed AbouAhmed,Michael Acevedo Jr.,Michael Acevedo,Joseph A. Alfieri Jr.,Matt Allsopp,Ron Andrews,Hector A. Arce,Karen Archibald,Adrian August-Keating,Doreen Austria,Britt Bancroft,Yaniv Bashan,Chris Beach,Guy Belegaud,Laurel Bergman,Kris Bergthorson,Michael A. Billings,Rob Bliss,Brent Boates,Derek Bobroff,Damon Bowden,Greg Broadmore,Andre Brouwer,Graham Brown,Jason Jay Brown,Nancy Anna Brown,Shaun Bullied,Alvin S. Cabrinha Jr.,Matthew Campbell,Nalu Carvalho,John Chaschowy,Lynn Chaulk,Kelsey Chock,Ryan Church,Jason Claridge,David Clarke,Hugh Conlon,John Coven,James Robert Crockett,Brian Cunningham,Colin J. Czarnecki,John Dale,Eddie Del Rio,John Dickenson,Dean Eilertson,Aaron Ellis,Alyce Fahsholtz,Neil Fairall,Patrick Faulwetter,Phylicia Feldman,Warren Flanagan,Everett A. Galisa,Jack Gauvreau,Stephen Gibson,Jared Goldfeder,Thomas Goodwin,Sean Hallock,Haida Harper,Jason Hedley,Michelle Hendriksen,Gary Hidalgo,Rob Hilson,Craig Hoffmann,Frank Hong,Kyle Irwin,Brad Jansen,Carl Johansen,Jamie Jonasson,Ian Joyner,Kevin Kasper,Patrick Kearns,Mike Keel,Jaclyn Kenney,Jan Kobylka,John Kobylka,Vance Kovacs,Nancy Ann Lai,Jason B. Landels,Sebastien Larroude,Dominic Lavery,Craig K. Lewis,Andrew Li,Kris Longworth,Michael Love,Harry Lu,Timothy Lu,Rohan Lyal,Tracy Lynch,Jeff MacIntyre,Douglas T. Madison,Ignacio McBurney,Sean McGee,Steven B. Melton,J.J. Mestinsek,Sheila Millar,Reuel Minard,Kan Muftic,Shawn Mulligan,Antony Nguyen,Jeremy Nitsch,Hitoshi Okamoto,Fred M. Ortiz,Michael Panevics,Jordan Paul,Yvonne Peddemors,Michael Pennington,Roberto Pinoni,Marc Price,Vicki Pui,Steven Reintjes,Dave Righton,Jessica Ripka,Isaia Robins,Aja Kai Rowley,Andrey Ryabovichev,David Sandefur,Rodger Schultz,Klaus Skovbo,Spencer Smith,Tyler Smith,Sam Sternthall,James Summers,Shelley Surette,Bryan Sutton,Darrell Tachibana,Kouji Tajima,Darryl Tifenbach,Mark Tompkins,Spencer Turley,Chelsea Turner,Stella Vaccaro,Joel Dos Reis Viegas,Ross Wahl,Sandy Walker,Jon Watson,Simon Webber,Kelly Westmiller,Jordy Wihak,Vernon Winn,Liloa Wong,Ronn Wong,Serena Wong,Christopher J. Wood,Darcy Wyness,Gary Young,Harrison Yurkiw,Linda Michelle Zogleman,Shannon Courte,Ken Palkow,Fraser Stepanick,Andrew Thompson|
|Sound Department||Erik Aadahl,Roberto Dominguez Alegria,David Alvarez,James Ashwill,Donald D. Brown,Paul Buscemi,David V. Butler,Blake Collins,John T. Cucci,Joshua Fielstra,Steven Ghouti,John Guentner,Jason W. Jennings,Bob Kellough,Jonathan Klein,Matt Klimek,Rick Kline,Gregg Landaker,Tim LeBlanc,Ai-Ling Lee,John Marquis,Michael McGee,Harrison Meyle,Ryan Murphy,Matthias Neumann,Nancy Nugent,Dan O Connell,Charles O Shea,Anand Pawar,Diego Perez,Eric Potter,Jesse Rosenman,Brian Seagrave,Jacob Farron Smith,Andy Stallabrass,Jason Stevens,John C. Stuver,Greg ten Bosch,Ethan Van der Ryn,Lito Villareal,Juniper Watters,Ryan Young,Vincent Zabaly,Kelly Zombor,Erik Aadahl,Matt Gruber,Evan J Haley,Jordan O Neill|
|Special Effects by||Cara E. Anderson,Paul Benjamin,Matthew Borgatti,Eric Bullock,Roy K. Cancino,Dan Cervin,Kelly Coe,Damian Fisher,Eric Frazier,Tommy Frazier,Garnet Harry,Chris Hatchwell,John Kelso,Steve Koch,James Kozier,Nick Lawson,Graphic Layout,Eric Lemay,Ritisoni Maauga,Lindsay MacGowan,Kyle T. Moore,Steven Munson,Mark Noel,James Paradis,Randy Parks,Ron Seida,Matt Sleep,Emeline Tedder,Corie Tornack,Scott R. Treliving,Andrew Verhoeven,Eric Vrba,Joel Whist,Garth Winkless,Dan Youngs,Kamuela Yurong|
|Visual Effects by||David Abbott,Nada Abdou,Borja Hernandez Abellan,Michael Aceves,Arpit Achha,Sean W. Adair,Olivia Adams,Nidhi Agarwal,Rohit Agarwal,Carmine Agnone,Zohaib Ahsan,Tosin Akinwoye,Anjel Alcaraz,Tennille Alcindor,Diccon Alexander,Marcus Alexander,Omaikel Alfaro,Stephen Allison,Yasmine Altawell,Juan Alvarez,Miriam Alvarez,Naline Amaral,Michael Amato,Mauricio Amezcua Arregui,Purvez Amirali,Derek Anderson,Kris Anderson,Andre Andrews,Arild Anfinnsen,Gerald Ang,Dwight Angelito,Charise E. Angone,Yoichiro Aoki,Joshua Archer,Dhruv Arora,Ambrish Ashish,Creighton Ashton,Laraib Atta,Alex Aucoin,Marc Austin,Adam Avery,Biswas Avijit,Diego Avila,Karan Awasthi,Daniel Axelsson,Vishakh Babu,Eric Bachtiar,Austin Baerg,Swapnil Bagul,Alexandre Bain,Andrew Baker,Heath Baker,Michael John Baker,Simon Baker,Maggie Balaco,Michael Jeff Baldemoro,Daniel Baldwin,Sanjay Baliga,Jarret Ballard,Luke Ballard,Aleksander Ballo,Sam Balzer,George Barbour,Jennifer-Jo Barker,Adam Barnett,Brandon Barney,Aaron Barr,Judy Barr,Silvia Bartoli,Kadel Barton,Paul Barton,Jessica Bascom,Alvaro Bataller,Angela Batten,Mark Battle,Denis Baudin,Ryan Bauer,Brian Baxter,Daniel Bayona,Jeremy Bazin,Ken Beauchamp,Paul F. Becker,Tom Becker,Brittany Bell,Katie Bell,Michael Bell,Paula Bell,Ashley Bellm,Jeannie Ben-Hain,Vishal S. Bendre,James Bennett,Brian N. Bentley,Frank Benton,Rodrigo Bernardo,Sam Berry,Alex Berson,Guillaume Berthoumieu,Romain Besnard,Melissa Best,Aaron D. Beyer,Ediga c Bharath,Sameer Bhoyar,Sabina Bihlmaier,JT Billings,Steven Bills,Jonathan Bird,Jourdan Biziou,Cathy E. Blanco,Brandon Blevins,Jeff Bloch,Stephen A. Bloch,David Blythe,Mike Bodkin,Lucian Boicu,Florin Boieriu,Sebastian Bommersheim,Jason Bomstein,Axel Bonami,Mark Boorer,Kyle Botha,Zakaria Boumediane,Virginie Bourdin,S. Kai Bovaird,Jason Bowers,Adam Bradley,James Braid,Michael Brako,Lee Bramwell,Erik Bratlien,Nina Brautigam,Michael Brazelton,Ben Breckenridge,Justin Brekke,Kristie Breslin,Decharne Brian,Hayes Brien,Timmy Broderick,Hugh Brompton,Tasha Brotherton,Colin P. Brown,Jason Brown,Blair Brownlee,Boris Bruchhaus,Stuart Bruzek,Matthew Bullock,Patrick Michael Burke,Markus Burki,Maxx Burman,Andy Burmeister,Pauline Burns,Benjamin Burr,Jeffrey Burt,Thomas J. 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Todd Constantine,Traian Constantinescu,Caitlin Content,Tessa Conway,Sebastien Corne,Tommaso Corona,Rick Cortes,Andrew Cottingham,Mike Coughlin,Evelyn Cover,David Crane,Zoe Cranley,Colin Cromwell,Peter Cromwell,Steven Crowe,George Cuddy,Mark Curtis,Anthony D Agostino,Samuel M. Dabbs,Sagar Dabir,Francesca Dare,Varuna Darensbourg,Russell Darling,Brad Darrow,Sashwata Das,Dane K. Dass,Colin Davidson,Michael Davies,Sarah Davis,Gayanath Dayasundara,Bruno Martins de Azevedo,Aurore de Blois,Alan De Castro,Alessandro de Cristofaro,Robert Deas,Rachel Pieper Decker,Ian Degner,Christophe Dehaene,Christian Deiß,Stanley A. Dellimore,Damien Delrue,Sarah Delucchi,Steven Denyer,Dominique Derrenger,Shripad Deshmukh,Harshal Deshpande,Rustin Devendorf,Adam Dewar,Rajbir Dhalla,Anthony Di Ninno,Dan Dixon,Gus Djuro,Ryan Doell,Komal Dogra,Ferran Domenech,Rene Dominguez,Rodrigo Dorsch,Ian Doss,Fred Dossola,Kim Doyle,Dominic Drane,Markus Drayss,Brian Ducharme,Gerard Dunleavy,Shawn Dunn,Yann Dupont,Daniel Dupre,Sudip Dutta,Kyle Dutton,Daniel Duwe,John Dykstra,Chris Dymond,Kishan E. Chandran,Scott Eade,William J. Earl,David Ebner,Areito Echevarria,Christopher Edwards,Clwyd Edwards,Chan Ee Jien,Michael J. Egan,Andrew Eick,Michelle Eisenreich,Jack Elder,Kane Elferink,Jordan Emerick,Brian Emerson,Greg Emerson,Brandon Endy,Sze Jia Eng,Marlon Engel,Joe Engelke,Stephen Enticott,Jenn Epstein,Alexander Eriksson,Ana Laura Esperón,Michael Evans,Joe Eveleigh,Oliver Exmundo,Paul John Faeldo,Devin Fairbairn,Reza Fakharieh,Finella Fan,Brian Fanska,Liam Farnham,Gordon Farrell,Shaikh Faruq,Paul Faulkes,Marq Faulkner,Ryan Faulkner,Paul Fedor,Jackie Fenton,Omar Fernandes,Victor Manuel Fernandez,Rogiero Fernández,Alastair Ferris-Leak,John Fielding,Christopher Fillmore,Marco Firme,Adam Fisk,Paul Flanagan,Juan Flores,Brad Floyd,Enya Foley,Marvin Fonacier,Les Foor,David Forsbrey,James Foster,Michael Fournier,Rachel Fowler,Allen Fowlkes,Lince Francis,Dave Freeman,Jonathan Freisler,Shaun Friedberg,Mathias Frodin,Carl Frytz,Annamarie Fuchs,Napoleon Fulinara Jr.,Maximilian Funke,Martin Furman,William Gabriele,Venkat Reddy Gaddampally,Jason Gagnon,Bradley Gaines,Vikas Ganer,Mayur Gangasagar,Johl Garling,Jesus Garrido,Joan Gauna,Brad Gayo,Pätrick Gehlen,Alec Geldart,Joshua Gengler,Sotiris Georghiou,Judith Gericke,Ahmed Gharraph,Neil Safeer Ghaznavi,Kunal Ghosh Dastider,Shefali Ghosh,Filippo Giansante,Walter Gilbert,Matthew E. Gill,Aaron Gilman,Paolo Giordana,Florian Girardot,Sheila Giroux,Nitin Gite,Clarke Godwin,Godzilla,Michelle Goh,Walter Goh,James Going,Julien Goldsbrough,Harrison Goldstein,Oleksiy Golovchenko,Ana Gomes,Michael Gomes,Claudio Gonzalez,Daniel Gonzalez,Elias Gonzalez,Dan Goodwin,Marcus Goodwin,Brian Gordon,Namita Gotephode,Lauren Elizabeth Gould,Jon Gourley,A.B. Govardhan,Alvin Grado,Kirk Gravatt,Oliver Graves,Joel Green,Sam j Green,Philip Greenlow,Jessica Grimshaw,James Grummitt,Ummi Gudjonsson,Emmanuel Guevarra,Nicolas Guiraud,Holly Gunn,Mike Gunter,Anna Guseva,Gil Hacco,Sharna Hackett,Nick Haines,Jacob Halajian,Shramana Haldar,Thomas Hales,Kirstin Hall,Tyler Halle,Matt Hallen,Katie Hamberger,Qian Han,Scott Hankel,Sam Hanover,Derek Hanson,Pete Hanson,Jon Hanzelka,Reginald Harber Jr.,Patrick Harboun,Rich Hardy Jr.,Geoffrey Harlos,Mick Harper,Brandon Harr,Ed Hawkins,Dustin Hayes,Richard Hayward,Daniel Heder,Alex Heffner,Quentin Hema,Ngoc Heng,Justin Henton,Keith Herft,Mario Escudero Hern,Jon Hertzig,Ben Hicks,Jose Manuel Hidalgo,Christopher Hiess,Bryan M. Higgins,John Hill,Srivastava Himanshu,David Hirst,Laura Hitchcock,Maung Maung Hla Win,Adam Hlavac,Tom Hocking,Aoife Hodnett,Rich Holleworth,Barbara Holmes,Melvin Hong,Edan Hopper,Rob Hopper,Matthew Horner,Yamil Hossman,Craig Houston,Gábor Hoványi,Julia Hiroko Howe,Barry Howell,Renee Howerton,Pavel Hristov,Chung-Yin Hsieh,Benjamin Huber,Graham Hudson,Nathan Hughes,Chris Huland,Michael Hull,Derek Hultquist,János Hunyadi,Bilal Hussain,Andras Ikladi,Dhuha Isa,Damian Isherwood,Muhammad Hidayat Bin Isnin,Francesc Izquierdo,Liana Jackson,Matthew Jacques,Alexander Jacquet,Prerana Jaiswal,Fredrik Jalker,Victoria James,Srinivas Janapati,Colin Jenken,Chris Jestico,Neil Jianoran,Jose Jijesh,Qi Steven Jin,Jimmy Johansson,Martin Johansson,Martina Johansson,Blake Kenneth Johnson,Erik Johnson,Helen Johnson,Jeff A. Johnson,JoAnna Johnson,Matt Johnson,Ross Johnson,Tim Johnson,Amanda Johnstone-Batt,Jeremy Jones,Katherine Renee Jones,Brenainn Jordan,Felix Jorge,Susanna Josef,Soyeon Jung,Aleks Justesen,Dinesh K. Bishnoi,Rahul K.R.,Rajesh Kumar K.V.,Trilok Singh Kachhawa,Lauren Kaczor,Sunil Kadam,Lindsey Kaiser,Raghavendra Kamath,Dong Hun Kang,Jeevith Kanth,Alihusen Kapadia,Anurag Kapil,Chaitanya Kapu,Ranajoy Kar,Anastazja Karolewska,Syam Sundar Karumathil,Damian Karwowski,Sudheesh Kattil,Simon Kay,Matthew Kee,Michelle Kee,Ryan Keely,Stéphane Keller,Elaine Kelley,Ian Kelly,Stephanie C. Kelly,Seth Kenlon,Michael Kennedy,Stephen Kennedy,Jane Kernan,Aslam Khader Hayath,Suraj Kaur Khalsa,Steven Anthony Khoury,Hong Kim,Jiwoong Kim,Yuko Kimoto,Laurie Kindiak,Markus Kircher,David Kirchner,Alexander Kirk,Joel Kittle,Terry Klopfenstein,Dan Knight,Jonathan Knight,Joshua Knobel,Claver Knovick,Mike Knox,Zach Knue,Prasanna Kodapadi,Edmund Kolloen,Teréz Koncz,Sean Konrad,Elicia Koo,Allie Koppel,Hemanth Reddy Kovvuri,Sylvia Kratzsch,David Krause,Uma Krishnamurthy,Arun Krishnan,Ross Krothe,Norman Krüsmann,Duncan Boon Kwang Kuah,John Kubasco,Kodavali Ashok Kumar,Madhav Kumar,Nirmal Kumar,Nitesh Kumar,Rajnish Kumar,Sanjeev Kumar,Thirumal Kumar,Dominique Kwiek,Hyukil Kwon,Ju Hee Kwon,Keith Lackey,Eric Lacroix,Dave Ladner,Felix Lafontaine,Kosta Lagis,Leandre Lagrange,Sabine Laimer,Tegan Laing,Alison Lake,Jaymie Lam,Kenny Lam,Ganesh Lamkhade,Josh Lange,Douglas Larmour,Mathias Larserud,Shandy Lashley,Kirsty Lawlor,Matthew Leach,Claudia Lechen,Youen Leclerc,Cory Lee,Daniel Lee,Don Lee,Grant Lee,Herman Lee,Jooyong Lee,Kim Lee,Pier Lefebvre,Stephen Lefebvre,Erika Lehner,Thomas Lemoine,Zhihong Leo,Matt Leonard,Francis Leong,Jean-François Leroux,May Leung,Samuel Leung,Jamie Lewis,Rebecca-Louise Leybourne,Darryl Li,Diana Li,Xuelian Liane Li,Seth Lickiss,Frederik Lillelund,Elizabeth Lily,Chew Teng Lim,Sky Lim,William Lin Jiahui,Catherine Lin,Jacys Cheng-Yu Lin,Steven Jia-Long Lin,Fredrik Lindbom,Yashasvi Lingutla,Mark Lipsmeyer,Isaac Lipstadt,Madison Littlefield,Adair Liu,Cindy Liu,Julie Liu,Wendy Lloyd,Steven Lo,Zachary Lo,Kimberly Nelson LoCascio,Giles Longman,Esther Lopez Rodriguez,Blaine Lougheed,Charlotte Loughnane,Boon Hean Low,Leah Low,Ser En Low,Melanie Lowe,Bret Lu,James Lu,Sheryn Lu,Son Lu,Will Lucas,Ben Lumsden,Rob Lutz,Demis Lyall-Wilson,Rasely Ma,Daniel Macarin,Melaina Mace,Russell MacKenzie,Quentin MacMillan,Garry Maddison,Simon Maddocks,Shri Bindhu Madhav,Rajesh Madishetty,Alexander Madsen,Merlin Bela Wassiij Maertz,Brett Magnuson,Angela Magrath,Gokul Mahajan,Vaibhav Laxman Mahajan,Bikash Kumar Mahanta,Ravi Mahapatro,Mallory Mahar,Raj Mahendran,Pravin Mahtani,Suryakant Mahunta,Robert Maisonet,Les Major,Carson Majors,Yael Majors,Suraj Makhija,David Maldonado,Sebastian Maldonado,Sameer Malik,David Man,Tony Man,Alex Manita,Roy Vincent Mann,Thomas Mansencal,Peter Mao,Charana Mapatuna,Pavan Maradia,Mitchell Marciales,Sophie Marfleet,Giorgio Marino,Allen Maris,Natanya Marks,Kindra Marra,Nick Marshall,Tony Martin,Will Martindale,Alex Martinez,Damon Martinez,Juan Martinez,Monica Martinez,Philip Marvin,Rudy Massar,Rachel Matchett,Roger Mathews,Matthew Crowe,Michael Hall Mauritzen,Clare Mayhew,Kindra McCall,Brian McCann,Brandon Jay McCartney,Chris McClintock,Nathan McConnel,Russell McCoy,Yves McCrae,Chris McCrowe,Ken McGaugh,Steve McGillen,Marlin McGlone,Dave McGrath,Brody McIlveen,Steve McLafferty,John McLaren,David McPhail,Victor F. Medel,Yvonne Mejia,Neal Melancon,Kevin Melia,Carlos Mendoza Jr.,Juan Carlos Mendoza,Rosanna Mennear,Szabolcs Menyhei,Steven Messing,Jobin Michael,Matt Middleton,Karolis Mikalauskas,Michael Milano,David Miller III,Ariana Miller,James A.J. Miller,Lizz Miller,Michael Miller,Scott Miller,Aung Min,Phillip Minter,Alejandro Miranda Palombo,M.S.M. Mirzhaa,Scott Mitchell,Jambunatha Mn,Alejandra Moguel,Effandi Mohamed,Buhas Mohammedunny P.,James Mohan,Vikram Mohan,Carlo Monaghan,Massoud Ollie Monsef,Elizabeth Montes,Christopher Montesano,Alex Moon,Sara Moore,Peter Moran,Andrew Morley,Carla Morris,Sebastian Munoz Silva,Joseph Murad,Hiroaki Muramoto,Carson Murdy,Nick Murphy,Travis Murray,Sandra Murta,Ananda Murthy,Christopher Myerchin,Jens Mårtensson,Rajakanna Nagarajan,Nicole Nagata,Naren Naidoo,Vivek Nair,Vivek v Nair,Hajime Nakamura,Georges Nakhle,Nandhakishore,Arslan Naqvi,Gerardo Navarro,Jason Navarro,Katrina Navassartian,Anton Nazareth,Malcolm Neailey,Vijaylakshmi Neginal,Marlene Nehls,Mark Nelson,Geng Tong Neo,Pete C. Newbauer,Elliot Newman,Marcelino Newquist,Evan Ng,Jia-Hao Ng,Antony Nguyen,Lukas Niemczyk,José Nieuwstad,Rajesh Nimje,Katharina Nimmervoll,Motoki Nishii,Chuang Niu,Stephen Nixon,Tom Nixon,Sabari Nobishwaran,Ronnie Noisuwan,Shakeel Noor,Sverker Nordqvist,Matthew Novak,Samuel Nunez,David O Brien,Diarmaid O Connor,John O Lone,Braden Oberson,Carlos Oceguera,Andrew Ogawa,Yvonne Oh,Lalit Om Prakash,Sami Oms,Andreas Opferkuch,Arturo Orgaz Casado,Carolyn Oros,Daniele Orsetti,Tony Orsten,Raphael Oseguera,Alex Ouzande,Jojan P M,Nitheesh P.C.,Sumit Pabbi,Brian Pace,Liana Padilla,Suresh Padmaraj,Prashant M. Padol,Michael Paget,Suneel Kumar Palla,Francisco Palomares Pozas,Sanjay Panchal,Bikas Panigrahi,Alexandra Papavramides,Scott Paquin,Om Parab,Ravi Pareek,Jesse Parkhill,Aaron Parry,Dana Passarella,Daniel Pastore,Harshal Patil,Brett Paton,Demetrios Patsiaris,Niki Patterson,Jason Pauls,Daniel Paulsson,Uppu Pavanrajesh,Andrew Paxson,Javier Paz,Matt Pearson,John Peck,Arnaud Pecqueur,Kai Pedersen,Peter Pelisek,Laurie Pellard,Brian Peluso,Philip Pendlebury,Lyndsey Pendley,Daniel Perez,Diego Perez,Kris Pestano,Bailey Rae Phillips,David Jeffrey Phillips,Will Phillips,Phets Phonasa,Tananuch Phosri,Brittany Piacente,Gabriel Pires,Fred Place,Erik Ploneda,Cody Poag,Stephanie Pocklington,Darren Poe,Louis Polak,Daniel Pomares González,Andrew Poole,Vladimir Popovic,Cornelius Porzig,Hannes Poser,Andy Potter,Tim Pounds-Cornish,Jude Poyer,Praneeth,Kristin Pratt,Kumar Praveen,Holly Price,John F. Prieto,Ankit Priya,Jean-Colas Prunier,Derek N. Prusak,Jakub Pruszkowski,Xinyi Puah,Michael Pugh,Ed Pulis,Tomas Pulmano,Dnyandeep Pundkar,James Purdy,Brett Purmal,Katherine Pursey,Toni Pykäläniemi,Simon Pynn,Darren Quah,Joshua Quiambao,Melissa Quintas,Peter Rabel,Prashant Raj,Velmurugan Rajamani,Vikas Rajput,Lara Ramirez,Antonio Ramos,Pablovsky Ramos-Nieves,Nick Rampling,Venkatesh Ramu,Satheesh Rangasamy,Tina Rangel,Ranjith,Mohammad Rastkar,Amardeep Rattan,Thomas Ravi,Mahesh Ravilla,Anil Reddy,Murali Krishna Reddy,Satya Reddy,Simon Reeves,William Reges,Alexander Reid,Mick Reid,Rejindas,Shinichi Rembutsu,Daniel Rhein,Maryam Riahi,Sullivan Richard,Cynthia Richards,Mark Richardson,Bryce Rieger,Viktor Rietveld,Emily Rifkin,Benoit Rimet,Adriano Rinaldi,Matt Ringot,Saysana Rintharamy,Agustin Rios,Kurtis Ritani,Brian Ritz,John Rix,Ariz Akhtar Rizvi,Grant Roa,Jeff Robinson,Sophie Robinson,Troy Robinson,Samantha Rocca,Guillaume Rocheron,Steve Des Roches,Darren Rodriguez,Juan Antonio Rodriguez,Nathaniel Rodriguez,Raymond Rodriguez,Katie Roehrick,Rebecca Rogers Cecot,Emmanuel Rojas,Calvin Romeyn,Patric Roos,Andrea Rosa,Zachary J. Rose,Jennifer Aurora Ross,Simeon Rowsell,Sandeep Roy,Rachel Rubenstein,Felipe Ruiz Reyes,Katya Ruslanova,Sophie Russell,James Rustad,Jim Rygiel,Matt Sadler,Subhasish Saha,Stephanie Saillard,Anjum Sakharkar,Thomas Salama,Rhys Salcombe,Bhushan Salgaonkar,Olov Samuelsson,Dylan Sanchez,Gonzalo Sanchez,Lui Sanchez-Fontillas,Noemi Sanders,Sankarasubramanian,Sribalaji Santharam,Sean Santiago,B.S. Rajkumar Sapate,Sathishbabu,James Sathre,Evan Saunders,Daryl Sawchuk,Aldo Scarella,Matthias Scharfenberg,Gunther Schatz,Daniel Schrepf,Brian Schultz,Brian Schumacher,Andrew Schwartz,Sam Schwier,Steven J. Scott,Will Seaborn,Peter Seager,László Sebõ,Miguel Perez Senent,Andy Serkis,David Serrano,Den Serras,Sajith Sethumadhavan,Shafiuddin,Upasana Shanker,Stanislav Shapetskiy,Scott Shapiro,Leona Sharkey,Amit Sharma,Jessica Sharp,Dylan Shaw,Andrew Shawley,Kerry Shea,Rushikesh Shelar,Saurabh Shenai,Erik Shepherd,William Sherak,Sainath Shinde,Swain Shiv,Davide Sibilia,Adnan Siddique,Richard Simko,Andrew Simmonds,Stacey Simmons,Wayne Simmons,Elvis Simon,Mark Simone,Ajit Singh,Ganesh B. Singh,Karl Sisson,Pat Sito,Klaus Skovbo,Sally Slade,Adam Slater,Howard Sly,Stephen Smart,Andrew Smith,Courteney Smith,Jonathan S. Smith,Parker Smith,Roberto Smith,Shane Smith,Sheldon Smith,Mohamed Sobhy,Sanchit Soi,Jordan Sola,Connie Solis,Cameron Sonerson,Amit Soni,Sepp Sonntag,Budi Sotyawan,Elisabeth Spielbichler,Nathan Srigley,P. Sriram,Himanshu Srivastava,Paul Stark,Adrian Steel,Jim Steel,Daniel Stein,Thomas R. Steiner,Andrea R. Stephens,Cody Stewart,G. Allen Stewart,Andrew Stillinger,Michele Stocco,Alex Stockwell,Jelena Stojanovic,Jim Su,Nishant Subrahmanian,Mirek Suchomel,Francois Sugny,Monica Sun,Vinayaga Sundar,Jenna Sunde,Suneel.Sahu,Jeevith Suryakanth,Lubos Gerardo Surzin,Rpin Suwannath,Josh Swanson,Nick Swartz,Ben Swinbanks,Lionel Taillens,Srinath Tammina,Alex John Tan,Theophane Tan,Cristina-Ioana Tanase,Sahil Tandial,Eric Tang,Hantong Tang,Tayhwah Tang,Abhimanyu Tanwar,Tomaso Tartarotti,Manuel Tausch,Sanjay Tawale,Chris Tay,Yang Ki Tay,Andrew Taylor,Andy Taylor,Brandon Taylor,Melissa Taylor,Sandy Taylor,Kenzo Tee,Sridhar Telaprolu,Will Tennant,Benoit Terminet Schuppon,Seye Tesfazgy,Olivier Thibaut,Joseph Thomas M.,Jason Thomas,Prajeesh Thomas,Brian Thomason,Jeremy Thompson,Jonathan W. Thompson,Mat Thompson,Lee Tibbetts,Bethany Tibbo,Mark Tica,Ashley Tilley,Jamie Tilston,Eric Timm,Dan Tindell,Steve Tizzard,Shermaine Toh,Syria Toliver,Steven Tom,Helder Tomas,Chris Tomkins,Chris Tomkins,Stephen Tong,Shahin Toosi,Oscar Tornincasa,Attila Torok,Fernando Tortosa,Mariko Tosti,Dennis Toufexis,Derek Tracy,Khuong Tran,Jason Tranetzki,Diego Trazzi,Ryan Trenhaile,Timothy Trimmings,Pragyanand Tripathi,Tzung-Da Tsai,Ervin Tuazon,Graeme Tung,Niki Turpin,Jon Tyler,Chris Ung,Aaron Urquhart,Chris Uyede,Johan Vagstedt,Jonny Vale,Josiah Van Arsdel,Leigh van der Byl,Nick van Diem,Jozef van Eenbergen,Brian van Zanden,Jordan VanDina,Jeremy Vanneman,Greg VanZyl,Sherin Varghese,Yuri Vasilyev,Rohan Vaz,Carl Vazquez,Ricardo Velez,Sreejith Venugopalan,Neall Verheyde,Jared James Vest,Helga Victoria,Tracy Villeda Meneses,Nitin Vinod,Juvenal Vique,Keven Viragh-Begert,Mahadevan Vishal,Shiv Kumar Vishwakarma,Aude Vitrant,Alexandre Viveiros,Laura Voglesong,Steven Wade,Nicolaus Waetjen,Ghanshyam Sureshbhai Waghela,Nigel Wagner,Victor Wagner,Sagar Wakankar,Eric Walls,Jo Walls,Kelly Walsh,Ed Walters,Gerry Wang,Mengdi Wang,Pablo Wang,Ruiting Wang,Nye Warburton,Alexander Ware,Jeffrey Warnhoff,Daniel Warom,Robin Watson,Romy Webster,David Weinstein,Pete Wellington,Diana Marie Wells,Mattias Wernér,Kelly Wescott,Nathaniel West,Neil West,Todd Whalen,Ian W.S. White,Stephanie Whitmarsh,Shane Christopher Wicklund,Tobias Wiesner,Michael Wilbourn,Amber Wilkins,Mark Williams,Monique Williams,David Willinsky,Robert A. Willis,Kim Wiseman,Alex Wolfe,Kai Wolter,Steve Won,Kai Wing Wong,Kross Wong,Sauyan Wong,Stephanie Woo,Conrad Wood,Josh Wood,Ryan John Woodward,Andy Wright,Ged Wright,Amber Ng YingQi Wu,Piotr Fox Wysocki,Junying Xu,Shyam V. Yadav,Reza Ghulam Yahya,Natsuko Yamashita,Yuichiro Yamashita,Marvin Yanez,Asuha Yasuda,Cao Ye,Kelvin Yee,Benjamin James Ying,Andrew M. Young,Leanne Young,Rowan Young,Ahmed Yousry,Anton Yri,Cobol Yu,Yak Hong Yung,Riccardo Zanettini,Dan Zelcs,David Zeng,Jun Zhang,ZongGuang Zhao,Alan Zheng,Cleve Yilun Zhu,Junjun Zhu,Alfred Zhuo,Donaji Zuniga Rojas,Ian Abbott,Mayur Dadarao Adhau,Africa Aguirre Martín,Ruben Gerardo Alfaro Moreno,Erubeth Avila,Andreea Babiuc,Rajesh Babu,Darren Bailey,Daniel Baker,Sreyans Bardia,John Andrew Berton Jr.,Daniel Bigaj,Thomas Buckingham,Charles Bunnag,Christopher Buzon,Benjamin Carlson,Brendan Carroll,Puris Chalermpug,Vincent Chang,Donny Choi,Michael Colburn,Robert Crowther,Brandon Davis,Amy Dilworth,Rafael Echegaray,Lauren Fernandez-Morrell,Rino George,Huiying Goh,Varun Hadkar,Josh Handley,Jonathan Harden,Elena Harzewski,Cale Hetariki,Erin Hill,Caleb Holland,Megan Hutchison,William Jackson,Hetal Jain,Jaeyoung Jang,Johannus Johansen,Jessica Koubi,Sundar Krishnamurthy,Ashwin Kumar,Marc Landrain,Niall Lenihan,Snowy Leo,Joe Letteri,Esteban Ali Camacho Macias,Tom Mangat,James Mann,Mike Marcuzzi,Jesse Mason,Matthew McDonald,Edward McDonough,Summer Meng,Marta Mintenko,Prashanth Narayanan,Pradeep Kumar Padmanabha,Joshil Patel,Prakash Pathak,Negin Paydarfar,Alex Perlstrom,Jovanka Placeres,Konstantin Promokhov,Cesar Quijada,Prabhakaran R.,Radhakrishnan,Pascal Raimbault,Daryl-Lynn Ramsay,Grant Robertson,Vincent Robert Rosas,Andrew Ross,David S. Sanchez,Chris B. Schnitzer,Balasubramaniam Senthil Kumar,Andy Serkis,Brittney Sherman,Sujil Sukumaran,Peter Sumner,Raymond Tan,Randy R. Tecson,Vanessa Velasquez,Sukumaran Lalithambika Vijin,Angus Ward,Gregory Watkins,Garrett Winters|
|Stunts||Trevor Addie,Terry Ahue,Luke Aikins,Fraser Aitcheson,Ed Anders,Christopher Ang,Maja Aro,Scott J. Ateah,Aaron Au,Brittney Banks,Nickolas Baric,Loyd Bateman,Gary Baxley,Shawn Beaton,Jason Bell,Krista Bell,Curt Bonn,Rob Sluggo Boyce,Byron Brisco,Emily Brobst,Kenneth I. Brown,Todd Bryant,Eric Bullock,Clint Carleton,Janene Carleton,Mike Carpenter,Raymond Chan,Philip Chang,Steve Chang,Douglas Chapman,Colby Chartrand,Lauro David Chartrand-DelValle,Alex Chiang,Kimberly Chiang,Andrew Chin,Mark Chin,Mike Ching,Dean Choe,Brent Connolly,Mike Cook,Fraser Corbett,Bruce Crawford,Devyn Dalton,Alex Daniels,Craig H. Davidson,James D. Dever,Jon Devore,Mike Dopud,Jayson Dumenigo,Tim Dutton,Wade Eastwood,David Edgar,Marny Eng,Glenn Ennis,Ryan Ennis,Roel Failma,Andy Farrington,Dane Farwell,Victor Favrin,Travis Fienhage,Greg Fitzpatrick,Corbin Fox,Craig Fraser,Gary Fry,Darin Fujimori,Monique Ganderton,Chris Geisler,Nicholas Glass,Christopher Gordon,Al Goto,Lars Grant,Kory Grim,Rob Hayter,Adrian Hein,Dar Hicks,J.T. Holmes,Logan Hosie,James Hutchison III,Jeff Imada,Ernie Jackson,David Jacox,Trevor Jones,Brian L. Keaulana,Brad Kelly,Norman Kent,Jake Kilfoyle,Danny Kim,Beverly Knight,Jon Kralt,Donavin Kuhl,Paul Lacovara,Keanu Lam,Larry Lam,Dave Lane,Rob Lane,Nito Larioza,Cody Laudan,Jaeson Lee,Master Lee,Randy Lee,Irma Leong,Don Lew,Michael Li,Candy Lind,Nicole Lissner,Brock Little,Kurt D. Lott,Victor Lozano,Kelvin Lum,Jess Lundgren,Brian Lydiatt,Sean MacCormac,Bryan Marsh II,Jake Mervine,Reg Milne,Atlin Mitchell,Mike Mitchell,Giorgio Miyashita,Ryan Moniz,Tony Morelli,Layton Morrison,Allen Mozo,Crystal Mudry,Jennifer Mylrea,Matthew Mylrea,Scott Nicholson,Craig O Brien,Efosa Otuomagie,Gerald Paetz,Jason Patterson,Rick Pearce,Guy Pere,Katie Wright Pere,Fred Perron,Johnson Phan,Matt Phillips,Gary Price,Jeffrey Provenzano,Rush Randle,Mark Rayner,Rex Reddick,Dan Redford,Kevin Reid,Mark Riccardi,Chad Riley,Larry Rippenkroeger,Dan Rizzuto,Jimmy N. Roberts,Ronald Robinson,Mike Rufino,Keoki Sakata,Jeff Sanca,Darryl Scheelar,Todd Scott,Matt Shadden,Steven Shaffer,Sonny Sison,Aden Stay,Jodi Stecyk,Heath Stevenson,John Stoneham Jr.,Sylvesta Stuart,Melissa R. Stubbs,Justin Sundquist,Christopher Tardieu,Quay Terry,Monte Thompson,Rorelee Tio,Tierre Turner,Steve Upton,Angela Uyeda,Clay Virtue,Marshall Virtue,Cord Walker,Brennan Walstrom,Kye Walstrom,Owen Walstrom,Alison Wandzura,David Wang,Garrett Warren,Chris Webb,Rhys Williams,Nico Woulard,Paul Wu,Mathew Yanagiya,Eli Zagoudakis,Ashlea Earl|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Rylan Akama,Norman Akau,Dustin Allen,Matt Almas,Skylar Almas,Jay Anderson,Scott Andrew Armstrong,Stephen Arnott,Stephen Bacquet,Troy Bassett,Maya Batten-Young,Harold Bernard,Jeffery Bjorgum,Jacob Bond,Jeff Bonny,Ethan Brannon,Steve Brooke Smith,Keith Brooks,Brian Broz,J.D. Burditt,Robert Soup Campbell,Scott Campbell,Rob Cantin,Jake Capistron,Chris Cavanaugh,Don Chong,Jay Clennan,John Clothier,Bill Coe,Craig Cooper,Edward J. Cox,Sean Patrick Crowell,Rick Crum,Steven Cueva,Lonny Danler,Drew David,Herb DeWaal,Gregory Doi,Julie Donovan,Malcolm Doran II,Bill Draheim,Cameron Drinkle,Mitch Dubin,Duke Duvauchelle,David Lloyd Edwards,Michael Enriquez,Cam Esau,Justin Ferk,Xavier De Jesus Figueroa Jr.,Xavier Figueroa,Jeph Folkins,Matt Fore,Darryl Foulds,Niall Fraser,Scotty Frazer,Kimberly French,Erik Galuppo,Mark Gerasimenko,David Ghegan,Andre Gheorghiu,Lee Gibeau,Christopher Glasgow,David Goyer,Peter Graf,Jerry Gregoricka,Stuart Haggerty,Rod Haney,Jesse Harris,Jeff Harvey,Russell Hawkes,Glen Hawkins,Dean Heselden,Tony Hyland,Justin Johns,Brook Johnson,Jesse c Johnson,Simon Jori,Michael Kelem,Colin Kelly,Jordan Keslow,Ryan Ketchum,Douglas Kieffer,Jerry Kim,Mike Kirilenko,Shane Kjar,Scott Kozak,Steve Krasznai,Doug Lavender,David Leite,Ian R.C. Levine,Kevin Lheritier,Scott Lisetor,Brent Lister,Allen Liu,Scott MacDonald,Christopher Mapes,Kim Marks,Paul Martins,Sarah Mather,Paul Go Mayne,Peter McAdams,Annie McEveety,David McIntosh,Ryan Monro,Dan Moore,Christopher Moriarity,Bryce Munro,Charlie Murphy,Joern Christian Novotny,Craig O Brien,Sean Oxenbury,Peter Pacula,Rodrigo Carcamo Parga,Phil Pastuhov,Jerry Patton,Dylan Paul,Ryan Petey,Jon Philion,Theo Pingarelli,Eric Pool,Larry Portmann,Dana Powers,Geoff Preston,Dean Reca,Manolo Rojas,Michael Romano,John Sanderson,Tuiaana Scanlan,Christian Schauz,Ian Seabrook,William Self,Don Selsor,Jeremy Selsor,Leon Serginson,Eamon Shannon,Todd Shelley,Lawrence Sher,Imanuel Smith,Sepp Sonntag,Shaun Stander,Danny Stephens,Mike Stroman,Sean Talbott,Jamil Taylor,Jason Tidsbury,Kris Tobiasson,Charlie Tollefson,Don Tomich,Gladys Tong,Don Tupper,Chris Updegrave,Raimar van den Bylaardt II,Roger Vernon,Nick Vollert,Jarred Waldron,Scott Wallace,Jason Weir,Roger Wells,Robin West,Lance White,Rick Wiley,Carrie Wilson,Ann Wraith,John Zivelonghi,Ian Gledhill,Prem Marimuthu|
|Animation Department||Daniel Lorenzo Alvarez,Mehta Apul,Andy Asperin,David Badounts,Jourdan Biziou,Auguste Chang,Paul Chung,Aaron Clement,James Dykeman,Rex Fang,Enrico Fioretti,Stewart German,David Gimenez,Sandy Heslop,Greg Klein,Matt Kowaliszyn,Kolby Krook,Seng Lau,Chris Lentz,Chaitanya Limaye,Fredrik Lindbom,Gary Mau,Andrew McEvoy,Vikram Mohan,Matthew Normand,Andrew Ogawa,Scott Paquin,A. Martín Puentes,Puneethpb,Amy Sendon,Leona Sharkey,Ricardo Silva,Jason Snyman,Richard Spriggs,John Sung,Nathan Thomas,Blaine Toderian,Keith Patrick Turner,John Vassallo,Ryan Wasson,Craig Young|
|Casting Department||Sande Alessi,Brent Anbe,Heike Brandstatter,Andrea Brown,Elijah Cornell,Katie Doyle,Nadine Gillespie,Nina Henninger,Andrea Hughes,Tamara Hunter,Claire Koonce,Coreen Mayrs,Mike Passine,Jason B. Stamey,Steven Vago,Cera Ziegler|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Erika K. Aresta,Carolyn Bentley,Angela Bright,Andre Brouwer,Pamela Cameron,Rena Campbell,Gloria Chan,Phuong Chau,Luisa Dalmagro,Gina DeDomenico,Summer Dietz,Karen Durrant,Carole Griffin,Silke Guglielmo,Koreen Heaver,Charles W. Kaeo,Marylou Lim,Jana MacDonald,Lorraine Alexis Mahru Toomey,Corinne Mameli,Hollie McBeth,Susan O Hara,Jee Ok,Amie Payne,Jana Reidel,Ellie Schultz,Jodie Stern,Hans Georg Struhar,Lawrence Tarzy,Susan Zaguirre|
|Editorial Department||Milton Adamou,Daniel André,Shaun Aprahamian,Mike Boers,Michael Buck,Jason Dale,Alessandro de Cristofaro,Matt Gough,Michael Hatzer,Kareem Hennawy,Chris Jensen,Joseph Kirkland,Amanda I. Kirpaul,Bruce Lomet,Emily Mason,Jamal McLemore,Kate Morrison-Lyons,Dan Muscarella,Tara Robinson,Ron Rosen,Mark Sahagun,Shae Salmon,Adrian Scherger,Brett Schlaman,Tashi Trieu,Edwin Van Huizen,Michael Wilman,Darin Wooldridge,Andrew M. Young,JoAnne Ji Kim,Jim Passon|
|Location Management||Ted Alvarez,Sean Aronson,Cathryn Blum,Armando Boquiren,Taylor Boyd,Bridget Colella,Jason Collier,Mike Fantasia,Ryan Hart,Lesley Isiordia,Dan Kuzmenko,Michael J. LeGresley,Michael B. Louis,Otto Mak,Krista Martin,Donny Martino Jr.,Rino Pace,Matthew Riutta,S. Steven Sach,Randy Spangler,Joe Stargensky,Mark Voyce,Patrick Subarsky|
|Music Department||Nico Abondolo,Mark Adams,Tim Ahlering,Eun-Mee Ahn,Romain Allender,Chris M. Allport,Helen Z. Altenbach,Steve Amerson,Armen Anassian,Vatsche Barsoumian,Jonathan Bartz,Ethan Bearman,Mark Beasom,Jean-Pascal Beintus,Christine Bergren,Tamara Bevard,Charlie Bisharat,Joseph Bonn,Jongnic Bontemps,Eric Bradley,Jacqueline Brand,Leanna Brand,Aleta Braxton,Rob Brophy,Belinda Broughton,Andy Brown,Karen Hogle Brown,R. Matthew Brown,Tom Brown,Reid Bruton,Andrew Bulbrook,Rebecca Bunnell,Caroline Campbell,Harry J. Campbell,Darius Campo,Roberto Cani,Chad Cannon,Bill Cantos,Elin Carlson,Daniel Chaney,Stuart Clark,Giovana Clayton,Kevin Connolly,Meredith Crawford,Randy Crenshaw,Wade Culbreath,Brian Dembow,Drew Dembowski,Alexandre Desplat,Marcia Dickstein,Thomas Diener,Steve Dress,Andrew Duckles,Samantha Duckworth,Jay Duerr,E. Duke-Kirkpatrick,Bruce Dukov,Hayden Eberhart,Greg Ellis,Steve Erdody,Christine Ermacoff,Alan Estes,Pedro Eustache,Nina Evtuhov,Claire Seely Fedoruk,Alma L. Fernandez,Amy Fogerson,Xavier Forcioli,Matt Franko,Harriet Fraser,Rob Frear,Vanessa Freebairn-Smith,Matthew Funes,Christopher Gambol,Lorenz Gamma,Margaret Gardner,Gregory Geiger,Arnold Livingston Geis,Dylan Gentile,Julie Gigante,William Kenneth Goldman,Jody Golightly,Timothy Gonzales,Abdiel Gonzalez,Scott Graff,Mark Graham,Keith Greene,Stephen Grimm,Henry Gronnier,Jessica Guideri,Brad Haehnel,Trevor Handy,Tom Hardisty,Steven Harms,Walter S. Harrah,Dylan S. Hart,Thomas Harte,Clayton Haslop,Tamara Hatwan,Ayana Haviv,James Hayden,Jennifer Haydn-Jones,Michele Hemmings,Amy Hershberger,Oscar Hidalgo,Paula Hochhalter,Marie T. Hodgson,Jim Hoffman,Michael Hoffman,Todd Honeycutt,Thomas Hooten,Riley Hughes,Alex Iles,Benjamin Jaber,Benjamin Jacobson,Maia Jasper,Elissa Johnston,Dave Jordan,Bob Joyce,Kenneth Karman,Dennis Karmazyn,Roland Kato,Kasondra Kazanjian,Philip Keen,Jon Lee Keenan,Dan Kelley,Shawn Kirchner,Katie Kirkpatrick,Alice Kirwan Murray,Chris Kollgaard,Aimie Kreston,Armen Ksajikian,Kevin Kumar,Ana Landauer,Risa Larson,Sharmila Guha Lash,Victor Lawrence,Ny Lee,Songa Lee,Natalie Leggett,Edie Lehmann Boddicker,Scott Lehmkuhl,Lesley Leighton,Dimitrie Leivici,Dominique Lemonnier,Edward Levy,Phillip Levy,Jon Lewis,Michael Lichtenauer,T.J. Lindgren,Dane Little,John Lofton,Lora nd Lokustza,Timothy Loo,Greg Loskorn,Sarah Lynch,Sal Malaki,Adriana Manfredi,Chris Mann,Shawn Mann,Cindy Marty,Luke Maurer,Darrin McCann,Sean McDermott,Serena McKinney,Ed Meares,Donna Medine,Adam Michalak,Victoria Miskolczy,Lika Miyake,Bruce Morgenthaler,Helen Nightengale,Mike Nowak,Grace Oh,Denise Okimoto,Geoffrey S. Osika,Joel Pargman,Alyssa Park,Sara Parkins,David Parmeter,Steven Pence,Barry Perkins,Victor Pesavento,Nicolas Philippon,Radu Pieptea,Barry Pointer,Conrad Pope,Katia Popov,Ben Powell,Drea Pressley,Jasper Randall,Joshua Ranz,Jim Raycroft,Amy Rhine,Cassandra Richburg,Carolyn Riley,Rafael Rishik,Ryan Robinson,Zanaida Robles,Jay Rosen,Dan Rosenboom,Jessica Rotter,Peter Rotter,Andrew Rowan,Neil Samples,Dennis S. Sands,Gaby Santinelli,Naomi Sato,Marc Sazer,Steve Schaeffer,George Kim Scholes,Jim Schultz,Karen Schwartz,Nan Schwartz,Holly Sedillos,Douglas Shabe,Fletcher Sheridan,Andrew Shulman,Jeanne E. Skrocki,Mark Edward Smith,Christina Soule,Niké St. Clair,David Stal,Carrah Stamatakis,George F. Sterne,Christopher Still,Todd Strange,Nancy Sulahian,Lisa M. Sutton,Kimberly Switzer,Clifford J. Tasner,Sarah Thornblade,Kristen Toedtman,Matthew Tresler,Cecilia Tsan,Michael Valerio,Tracy Van Fleet,Josefina Vergara,Shalini Vijayan,Irina Voloshina,David Walther,Dave Washburn,Suzanne Waters,Gerald White,Roger Wilkie,Don Williams,Elyse Willis,Elizabeth Wilson,Adam Wiltzie,Kenneth Yerke,Joe Zimmerman,Carter Armstrong,A.J. Teshin,Greg Whipple|
|Script and Continuity Department||Jessica Clothier,Samantha C. Kirkeby|
|Transportation Department||Tiku Narinder Ahluwalia,Blue Angus,William Edwin Baker III,Scott Carpenter,Mitch Connell,Bob Cope,William Cope,Erik Coutts,Adrian de Lotz,Rafal Dybowski,Ray Evans,D Arcy Faulkner,Victor Formosa,Tim Fortin,Chuck Greig,Paul Irvine,Myles Kawakami,Rock LeRoy,Lori Maxwell,Dave Miller,Gerald Mito,Antonio Molina,Barrie Poirier,Rick Rasmussen,Robert James Rauer,Kalei Santos,Mike Sassen,Tana Tocher,Larry Yampolsky|
|Additional Crew||Dayne Ahuna,Amy Murphy Anderson,Peter Anderson,Yoshi Ando,Masanori Baba,David Badounts,Cassandra Barbour,Burke Beardsley,Karen Bergen,Noelle Bernhard,Jenna Blase,Francois Bleibel,Shirit Bradley,Christopher Britton,Terry Brooks,Francie Brown,Kimberly Buckham,Jenny Lynn Burnett,Karen Bushnell,Unjoo Lee Byars,Brandon Caban,Jay Campbell,Sam Carmichael,Dylan Casanova,Alexander Chen,Michael A. Cheng,Sue Chipperton,Alan Chu,Eudora Chu,Yamato Cibulka,Amiee Clark,Jessica Cole,Kyle Cooper,Sandy Corddry,Ana Criado-Zahonero,Jason Crosby,Rick Crum,Carl Cunningham,Colin J. Czarnecki,Ian Dalesky,Jacqueline Dallamore,Dani Dare,Bryan Davis,Patrick Dawn,Hanelize de Beer,Julie DeRose,Corey Deshon,James D. Dever,Brandon Doty,John Dominic Drdek,Kyle Drummer,Catherine Dunne,Steve Dunphy,Andrea Dupras,Terry Edinger,Kofi Effah,Marie Elder,Maggie Engelhardt,Davina Faye,Taryn Feingold,Boyd Ferguson,Trevor Fieldhouse,Johnny Fisk,Cliff Fleming,Cory Fleming,Nick Fletcher,Portia Fontes,James Forrester,Rob Fournier,Suzie Fox,Warren Dean Fulton,Garrett Gagne,Katie Gallant,Leah Gallegos,Meredith Garstin,Nick Gervais,Erica Getler,Brad Gibson,Ty Gibson,Synnove Godeseth,Steve Gray,Christopher J. Green,Jean-Léon Groenewald,Patrick Guanzon,Pono Guerrero,Randy Guiaya,Marcy Guiragossian,Braden Haggerty,Sean P. Hale,Michael Hall,Ali Hanson,Michael Harburn,Rowan Harland,Beth Henderson,Ryce Hetherington,Brian C. Hirono,Jeff Hotte,Jessica Hoyles,Jason Huberman,Peter E. Jensen,Chelsi Johnston,Keith Jones,Mark Jopling,Bonnie Judd,Gordon Juli,Michael Kaahanui III,Leah Kaina,Tinka Kalajzic,Paul Kalkman,Chizu Kanada,Darren Kelly,Hideo Kimura,Jane Victoria King,Jordan Kirkwood,Eric Ladd,Janet Lane,Nito Larioza,Kevin LaRosa II,Kevin LaRosa,Andrea Larsen,Trent Lemke,Michael Leone,Laura Livingstone,Mele K.T. Locey,Lauren Machado,Ernie Malik,Kathryn Malm,Dawn Mander,Devin Marshall,Yuki Matsuzaki,Bryce McLaughlin,Emily-Claire McLaughlin,Mar Mercado,Nick Miele,Clea Mihalik,Kurt J. Miner,Yumi Mizui,Nick Mongoni Jr.,Mr. Monze,Matthew W. Morgan,Nicole Nakamoto,Kazumi Nakamura,Jeff Nimoy,John O Connor,Nate O Mahoney,Jessica Olsen,Jonathan Osland,Kyle Otterstein,Estevan Padilla,Michael Paik,Melissa Pawneshing,Christian Pearce,Korey Petrie,Stephen Petula,Heather Phan,Nicholas Peter Philippou,Jonathan Phoenix,Emily Pierceall,Julianna Politsky,Michelle Poole,Leslie Quan,Allison Quiller,Jarod Ridge,Tristan Ringenoldus,Alexandre Robichaud,Mick Rochon,Matt Rock,David M. Rodriguez,Katalin Rogers,Dana G. Rosendal,Bryan Schnitzer,Nick Schwyter,Michael Shapiro,Timothy John Sharp,Dustin Shea,Yoshiaki Shioya,Iain Silvester,Andrew Sitter,Chloe Sizer,Catherine Slater,Cherie Smid,Aaron R. Smith,Natalie Zara Smith,Adrienne Sol,Priscilla Stafford,Lane Stewart,Lydia Strojin,Alex Sundquist,Dorothea Swiac,Michael Teixeira,Steven Tether,Randy Thomas,David Scott Thomson,Cory Tibbits,Rikki Toth,Russell Totten,Thomas Tran,Jodi Tripi,Satoko Tsuji,Kelli Turner,Ani Vanoyan,Amanda Sifuentes Villarreal,April Wahlin,Frank Walker,Ric Walkington,Mike Warren,Stacia Warren,Susie Welstead,Brian Wensel,Sandra J. White,Chris Wiecking,Serena Wong,Steve Wong,Tashia Wong,Steve Wright,Gayle Yamamoto,Mark Yeager,Lyena Yonekura,KiKi Yoshimoto,Michael Campbell,Kelly J. Compeau,Nick Corbett,Matt Cross,Frank Darabont,Jenny Dent,Alex Hedlund,Jina Johnson,Steven Johnson,Anthony Keating,Esteban Ali Camacho Macias,Paul Rodarte,Michelle Ruff,T.J. Storm,Erick Lee Stroy,Steve Wong|
|Thanks||Jake Foerster,Ari Huber,Neil McGregor,Philip M. Strub,Mark Yellen|
|Genres||Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi|
|Companies||Warner Bros., Legendary Entertainment, Disruption Entertainment|
|Keywords||godzilla,radiation,atomic breath,halo parachute jump,u.s. navy|