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Life is a 2017 American science fiction film directed by Daniel Espinosa, written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick and starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, and Ryan Reynolds. The film follows a six-member crew of the International Space Station that uncovers the first evidence of life on Mars.

The only co-production between Skydance Media and Sony Pictures, the film had its world premiere at South by Southwest on March 18, 2017, and was theatrically released in the United States by Columbia Pictures on March 24, 2017. It received mixed reviews, with praise for its acting, visuals and screenplay, but was compared unfavorably with films like Alien (1979). The film grossed over $100 million worldwide.


In the near future, an unmanned space probe returns from Mars to Earth orbit with soil samples potentially containing evidence of extraterrestrial life. The probe is intercepted by the International Space Station, whose six-member crew retrieves its samples. Exobiologist Hugh Derry revives a dormant cell from the sample, which quickly grows into a multi-celled organism that American schoolchildren name Calvin . Derry realizes that Calvin s cells can change their specialization, acting as muscle, neuron, and photosensory cells all at once.

During an experiment by Derry, Calvin suddenly becomes hostile, wrapping itself around Derry s hand and crushing it. Calvin then escapes its enclosure and devours a lab rat, growing in size. Engineer Rory Adams rescues Derry, but Calvin grabs onto his leg, prompting physician David Jordan to lock Adams in the lab. After Adams unsuccessfully attempts to fight off Calvin, Calvin enters his mouth, devouring his internal organs and killing him. After several minutes, Calvin emerges from Adams mouth, larger than before, and escapes the lab through a fire-control vent.

The crew attempts to inform Earth of the situation, but the station s communication system overheats, cutting off contact with Earth. ISS commander Ekaterina Golovkina performs a spacewalk to find and fix the problem, which turns out to be Calvin. Calvin attacks Golovkina and ruptures her spacesuit s coolant system. As her suit fills with coolant, Golovkina makes her way to the airlock. She and the crew realize that Calvin will re-enter the station if they let her in, so she chooses to stay outside, and drowns in her spacesuit.

Calvin attempts to re-enter the station through its maneuvering thrusters. The crew fire the thrusters to blast it away, but they drain so much fuel that it causes the ISS to enter a decaying orbit, where it will burn up in Earth s atmosphere. Pilot Sho Murakami suggests using the ISS s remaining fuel to get back into a safe orbit even though it will allow Calvin to re-enter. The crew seal themselves in one side of the station and prepare to vent the atmosphere from the other side to render Calvin dormant. Unbeknownst to Derry, a paraplegic with no feeling below the waist, Calvin latches on to his leg and begins feeding off of him before the crew finishes sealing off the section where Calvin is supposed to be contained. The crew discovers Calvin feeding off of Derry after Derry unexpectedly dies. Calvin attacks the crew, forcing them to flee. Murakami seals himself inside a sleeping pod, while Calvin tries to break inside. Physician David Jordan and Quarantine Officer Miranda North use Derry s corpse as bait to lure Calvin away and trap it.

Having received a distress call prior to the damage to the ISS communication system, Earth sends a Soyuz spacecraft to push the station into deep space. This is a fail-safe to protect Earth, but Murakami believes this to be a rescue and boards the Soyuz. He is followed by Calvin, who kills the Soyuz crew. A docking breach occurs, and Murakami sacrifices himself in an unsuccessful attempt to trap Calvin in the Soyuz. The Soyuz detaches and crashes into the ISS, causing the ISS s orbit to decay again.

The remaining survivors, Jordan and North, speculate that Calvin could survive re-entry into Earth s atmosphere, so they plan to lure Calvin into one of the ISS two escape pods. Once inside, Jordan will manually pilot the pod containing Calvin into deep space, thereby isolating it and enabling North to return to Earth in the other pod. Jordan leads Calvin into his pod and launches into space as North launches her pod, and the two pods go in different directions. As North s pod flies in one direction, she records a black box message to warn Earth of Calvin s threat. Subsequently, one pod is hit by debris, while Jordan is attacked by Calvin while trying to pilot. Eventually, one of the two pods lands in the sea and is found by Vietnamese fishermen, while the other pod flies away from Earth. What the Vietnamese fishermen find turns out to be Jordan s pod. Meanwhile, North s pod flies uncontrollably into deep space. On Earth, the fishermen open Jordan s pod despite his warnings, as other boats arrive at the scene.


  • Jake Gyllenhaal as Dr. David Jordan, USA, ISS medical officer.
  • Rebecca Ferguson as Dr. Miranda North, UK, CDC quarantine officer.
  • Ryan Reynolds as Rory Adams, USA, ISS engineer.
  • Hiroyuki Sanada as Sho Murakami, Japan, ISS systems engineer.
  • Ariyon Bakare as Dr. Hugh Derry, UK, ISS exobiologist.
  • Olga Dihovichnaya as Ekaterina Golovkina, Russia, ISS Mission Commander.
  • Naoko Mori as Kazumi, Sho Murakami s wife.


On November 18, 2015, Deadline Hollywood reported that Daniel Espinosa would direct a film set in space and titled Life, from a script from Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, which Skydance Media financing and producing, with David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, Bonnie Curtis, and Julie Lynn. Paramount Pictures was circling to handle the distribution rights to the film, though the deal was not confirmed. On January 28, 2016, Rebecca Ferguson came on board to star in the film, and Ryan Reynolds subsequently joined, on February 16, 2016. On March 10, 2016, Jake Gyllenhaal was cast in the film. On March 15, 2016, Sony Pictures signed on to handle the worldwide distribution rights and co-finance the film, with Skydance. On June 23, 2016, Hiroyuki Sanada was cast to play one of the members of the International Space Station crew, and on July 19, 2016, The Hollywood Reporter wrote that Olga Dihovichnaya and Ariyon Bakare were also cast in the film, playing other crew members. One scene in the trailer for the film features a recycled shot from the 2007 movie, Spider-Man 3.

Principal photography on the film began at London s Shepperton Studios on July 19, 2016. To emulate the lack of gravity, the actors were suspended by wires that were erased in post-production. Most of the visual effects were handled by Double Negative, aside from the eight-minute long take that opens the movie, done by Industrial Light & Magic using the ISS model sculpted by Double Negative. That scene was described by Daniel Espinosa as the inverse version of Gravity. Gravity looks at the vastness of space through the oner. I wanted to look at the claustrophobia. Espinosa said that Life was shot to make a science fiction movie that ties into this other great American genre, which is noir , with the death of the most charismatic character that seems to be the protagonist—using Psycho as an example, Espinosa explained that Ryan became my Janet Leigh —and a downer ending.

Composer Jon Ekstrand wrote his sixth score while working with Espinosa. Ekstrand aimed to create an atonal-horror score with some melodic elements , mostly focused on orchestral music while opening with more melodic and classical cinematic tones to not give away the horror trappings early on. Espinosa specifically told Ekstrand to seek a sound reminiscent of Bernard Herrmann, with some influence from György Ligeti to reference the music from 2001: A Space Odyssey.


Life was released by Columbia Pictures on March 24, 2017, after being moved up from its previously announced release date of May 26, 2017, to avoid competition with Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and Alien: Covenant, the latter of which had moved up its release date from August 4, 2017 to May 19, 2017. Life had its world premiere at South by Southwest on March 18, 2017.


In March 2017, it was noted that stock footage of a crowd reacting to Spider-Man catching Gwen Stacy from Spider-Man 3 s B-roll was used in a trailer for Life. This announcement led to theories that Life was secretly an origin story for the symbiote featured in Spider-Man 3, a theory made more popular by the announcement of a Venom film shortly afterwards, and that Life s screenwriters, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, had previously written a Venom script. When asked about the rumour in a Collider interview, Daniel Espinosa confirmed that he was a fan of Venom. Jake Gyllenhaal would later portray Mysterio in the 2019 Marvel Cinematic Universe film Spider-Man: Far From Home. Espinosa would later go on to direct Morbius, based on the Spider-Man character of the same name.


Box office

Life grossed $30.2 million in the United States and Canada and $70.3 million in other territories for a worldwide gross of $100.5 million, against a production budget of $58 million.

In North America, Life opened alongside Power Rangers, CHiPs, and Wilson, and was projected to gross $12–17 million from 3,146 theaters during its opening weekend. It ended up debuting to $12.6 million, finishing 4th at the box office, behind Beauty and the Beast, Power Rangers, and Kong: Skull Island. In its second weekend, the film grossed $5.5 million, dropping to 8th at the box office.

Critical response

On review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 67% based on 237 reviews, with an average rating of 6/10. The site s critical consensus reads, Life is just thrilling, well-acted, and capably filmed enough to overcome an overall inability to add new wrinkles to the trapped-in-space genre. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 54 out of 100, based on reviews from 44 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of C+ on an A+ to F scale, while PostTrak reported just 48% of audience members gave the film a definite recommend .

Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal said of the film, For all its flashy trappings, weighty ruminations and zero-gravity floatings aboard the International Space Station, Life turns out to be another variant of Alien, though without the grungy horror and grim fun. In space no one can hear you snore. Describing the theme of outer space, Ben Kenigsberg of The New York Times said As the astronauts contend with airlocks, busted equipment and escape pods, it becomes increasingly difficult to pretend that this isn t territory where more inventive screenwriters and stronger visual stylists have gone before. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone faulted not the scenes but the performances, saying there was not a single actor in Life who manages to fill in and humanize the blank space where a character should be.

Michael O Sullivan of The Washington Post approved of these character flaws, saying the conflicting dynamics of their individual temperaments lead occasionally to poor decision-making. While this may be bad for their health, it s great for the movie, adding that Life has cool effects, real suspense and a sweet twist. It ain t rocket science, but it does what it does well—even, one might say, with a kind of genius. Richard Brody of The New Yorker complimented this balance of character and plot from the director, saying Espinosa s sense of drama is efficient, familiar, and narrow; if there s a moral sentiment to his direction, it s precisely in the limits that he imposes on the movie s dose of pain and gore. Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times opined that Life, with a mise-en-scène of the International Space Station, was a wonderful setting for a meal we ve tasted before, adding that it is undeniably satisfying to be in the hands of a persuasive director who knows how to slowly ratchet up the tension to a properly unnerving level.

Empire summarized their review as Part Alien, part Gravity, just not as good as either of them. But Life whips along at a decent pace and deploys enough engaging action sequences to make it work.


List of accolades
Award / film festival Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
16th Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Model in a Photoreal or Animated Project Tom Edwards, Chaitanya Kshirsagar, Satish Kuttan, Paresh Dodia for The ISS Nominated
44th Saturn Awards Best Science Fiction Film Life Nominated

Year 2017
ReleaseDate 2017-03-24
RuntimeMins 104
RuntimeStr 1h 44min
Plot A team of scientists aboard the International Space Station discover a rapidly evolving life form that caused extinction on Mars and now threatens all life on Earth.
Awards Awards, 8 nominations
Directors Daniel Espinosa
Writers Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick
Stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, Ryan Reynolds
Produced by Bonnie Curtis,Vicki Dee Rock,Lisa Dennis,David Ellison,Dana Goldberg,Don Granger,Julie Lynn,Josh Robertson
Music by Jon Ekstrand
Cinematography by Seamus McGarvey
Film Editing by Mary Jo Markey,Frances Parker
Casting By Mindy Marin
Production Design by Nigel Phelps
Art Direction by Nick Gottschalk,Oliver Hodge,Marc Homes,Steven Lawrence
Set Decoration by Celia Bobak
Costume Design by Jenny Beavan
Makeup Department Marina Altomare,Demi Amat,Lisa Carracedo Barbet,Christine Blundell,Steven Byrne,Brooke Dibble,Francesco Fabiani,Steven Harris,Chris Lyons,Kristyan Mallett,Scarlett McPherson,Chloe Meddings,Clementine Ollerenshaw,Sunita Parmar,Ruth Parry,Tim Quinton,Lesa Warrener
Production Management Sam Breckman,Gary Bunn,Richard Daldry,Vicki Dee Rock,Dhana Gilbert,Jason Pomerantz,Vincent G. Scotti
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Tom Brewster,Adam Byles,Toby Ford,Greg Gilman,Daniel Hatch Jr.,Katharina Hingst,Danni Lizaitis,Alfonso Pena,Jessica Pollini,Jason Rickwood,Josh Robertson,Rachel Sowden,Sara Tannor,Jeff Winn,Vincent Giarratano
Art Department Joe Alley,Wasili Angelopoulos,Giles Asbury,Philippa Ashcroft,Laura Barden,Bruce Barnes,Ray Barrett,Freddie Beldam,Andrea Braga,Matthew Broderick,Ian Bunting,Julian Caldow,Martin Campbell,Jason Chalmers,Gordon Champ,Tony Chance,Emily Clay,Hollie Cleaver,Jim Cornish,Ellis Court,David Creed,Lisa Curry,Georgina Devine,Dean Dunham,Jack Dyer,Peter Edge,Brett Ellis,Colin Ellis,Adriaan Engelbrecht,Kristian Flory,Matt Geldard,Annabel Gibb,Barry Gibbs,Fred Gibbs,Hayley Gibbs,Benoit Godde,Alan Gooch,George Good,Thomas Goodwin,Madalaine Gowing,Abi Groves,Craig Guinan,Ben Hall,Matt Hancock,Jenny Hawes,Darren Hayward,Doug Hedges,Felicity Hickson,Lucy Hinsley,Alex Hitchen,Steven Holt,Jason Hopperton,Jon Horsham,Will Houghton-Connell,Jonathan Houlding,Sarah Hunt,Basmah Jolley,Michael Jones,Thomas Jones,David Ned Kelly,Martin Kelly,Harry Kilian,Sian Lipscomb,Alfredo Lupo,Rick Marr,Tom Marriott,Lily Mathiszig-Lee,Mark McCabe,William McCann,Fergus McNulty,Rob Mear,Gary Merrington,Drew Merryweather,Wayne Middlemiss,Hannah Storm Miles,Christopher James Miller,Laura Miller,Eddie Murphy,Will Newton,Heather Noble,Laurens Nockels,William Overstall,Russell Oxley,Alan Payne,Steve Payne,Ollie Pellowe,Carl Peters,Kate Pickthall,Holly Pomfret,Shauna Anne Pugh,Liam Ramsden,Dan Riches,Alex Roberts,Eleonore Rolandez,Chris Rosewarne,Matt Rowe,Daniel Rutter,Steve Salmon,Jo Sansom,Corrine Silver,Tom Sinden,Rebecca Slade,Charlotte Stapleton,Lucinda Sturgis,Sara Taddei,Norman Thaler,Daniel Tiller,Julia Tonetti,Chris Tooth,Oskars Vilnitis-Pantelejevs,Ketan Waikar,Damian Léon Watts,Michael Weaver,Joshua Webb,Su Whitaker,Olly Williams,James Woodcock,Adam James Kennedy Yates
Sound Department Roberto Dominguez Alegria,James Ashwill,Laura Harris Atkinson,Tom Barrow,Ron Bartlett,Bob Beemer,Tom Burns,Jodie Campbell,Duncan Craig,Jack Cucci,John T. Cucci,Jeremy B. Davis,Arthur Fenn,James Gibb,Markus Glunz,Per Hallberg,Simon Hayes,Simon Hayter,Doug Hemphill,Christy Illius,Chris Jargo,Ben Jeffes,Nick Jimenez,Robin Johnson,Adam Kopald,Oleg Kulchytskyi,Donnie Little,Michael Miller,Philip D. Morrill,Chris Navarro,Dan O Connell,Jessie Pariseau,Michelle Pazer,Spyros Poulos,Daniel Saxlid,Ann Scibelli,D. Chris Smith,João Bruno Soeiro,Peter Staubli,Paul Stula,Peter Michael Sullivan,Jon Title,Julian Townsend,Brian Vessa,Matthew Wilson,David Young,Evan J Haley
Special Effects by Louis Andrews,George Buckleton,Victoria Cadiou,Leon Callard,Nick Churchill,Sean Clarke,Aaron Crowe,Nick Finlayson,William Gant,Chris Giles,Jordan Kitching,Kevin Lumley,Jim Machin,Mike March,Jason Marsh,Jane McBennett,Ross McCluskey,Steve Middleton,Aaron Parrott,Sam Perez,Ben Philips,Laura Odette Phipps,Roderick Pulis,Bob Reader,Max Reader,Andrew Ryan,John Schoonraad,Steve Scott,John Timlin,Nayda Venizelos,George Waite,Anne Marie Walters,David Watkins,Alistair Williams,Karl Gallivan
Visual Effects by Hiren Acharya,Carmine Agnone,Alicia Aguilera,Habeeb Ahmed,Evrim Akyilmaz,Daniel Alejo,Maxwell Alexander,Antony Allen,Craig Allison,Juan Alvarez,Rogerio Alves,Sneha Amin,Prem Amrit,Anbarasu,Lars Andersen,Asier Aparicio,Luke Armstrong,Adam Arnot,David Aulds,Daniel Axelsson,Rajneesh Bahukhandi,Muhammad Junaid Baig,Keziah Bailey,Ayush Bajoria,Kamilla Bak,Mark Bakowski,Reshmi Balachandran,Dorothy Ballarini,Tom Balogh,Pradeep Barua,Sanyam Basran,Craig Bates,Joseph Batten,Cédric Battude,Prashant Bavariya,Rohan Bediskar,Michael Bell,John Bentley,Dheeraj Bhadani,Uttham Bhalaykar,Indranil Bhattacharya,Leonardo Bianchi,Davide Bigotto,Muhittin Bilginer,Moti Biran,Brad Blackbourn,Michael Boden,Micha Boström,Aharon Bourland,Matt Bowler,James Braid,James Brennan-Craddock,Dominique Breyvogel,Wayne Brinton,Mario Brioschi,Matthew Bristowe,Daniel Brkovic,Adam Broderick,Andy Brown,Randy Brown,Sule Bryan,Izet Buco,Giuseppe Bufalo,Charles Bunnag,Simon Burchell,Abi Cadogan,Ignacio Caicoya,Earle Stuart Callender,Matt Cameron,Ean Carr,Antonio Carranza Pérez,Dmitrijs Cernagovs,Fabio Cerrito,Philip Chacko,Kshirsagar Chaitanya,Partha Chakraborty,Aleksandar Chalyovski,Po Yan Chan,Shyamsundar Chandrasekaran,Jerly Chang,Lai Lok Chau,Abhishek Chauhan,Rosemary Chester,Janson Chew,Cheow Hong Chia,Milind Chogle,Alister Chowdhury,Kajsa Christiansson,Sam Churchill,Florence Ciuccoli,Bodie Clare,Simone Coco,Isabel Cody,Debra Coleman,Ian Comley,Emily Cook,Natalie Cooke,Ian Copeland,Joe Cork,Tom Coster,Aurelie Couble,Roel Coucke,Alastair Crawford,Sam Curtis,Martin Cutbill,Christiant D Alberto,Marco D Ambros,Mangesh S. Dabholkar,Radhakrishnan Damodaran,Will Van Dao,Francesca Dare,Samantha Dark,Avijit Das,Tom Davies,Alex Davis,Danish Davis,Scott Dawkins,Carlos de la Sotilla,Tom Debenham,Ayse Dedeoglu,Agueda Del Castillo,Jorge del Valle,Santosh Kumar Dey,Souvik Dey,Prashant Dhotre,Maurizio Di Vitto,Michael Dillon,Sachin Divkar,Rico Dober,Paresh Dodia,Roberto Domeneghini,Graham Dorey,Markus Drayss,Alex Drinkall,Zach du Toit,Julien Ducenne,Danny Duke,Arnaud Dumeyni,Katherine Durant,John Durney,Tom Edwards,Estevez Santos Elena,Jeremy Eliosoff,Karen Elliott,Stephen Enticott,Jenn Epstein,Rahul Narayan Erla,Ana Laura Esperón,Huw J. Evans,James Farrington,Pedro Fernandes Santos,Diogo Fernandes,David Fernández Girón,Tom Fidler,Patrick Finn,Ben Fleming,Jonathan Fleming-Bock,Joss Flores,Juan Flores,David Forsbrey,Paul J. Franklin,Norihito Fukuda,Shizuka Fukuda,Howard Fuller,James Furlong,Borja Fuste,Akash Gade,Jagadeesh Gajapathy,Álvaro García Martínez,Nacho García,Stuart Gardiner,Bertrand Garnier,Alvaro Gasco,Jenny Gauci,Ulhas Gavas,Daniel Georgiou,Nikhil Ghoorbin,Suraj Ghose,Justas Giedraitis,Marcos Gil Granja,Ross Gilbert,Safiya Gili,Chris Gill,Daniel Gilligan,Neil Glasbey,Mahendra Golay,Igor González,Namita Gotephode,Kerry Graham,Emily Greeley,Mark Gregory,Emmet Griffin,Alison Griffiths,Neil Griffiths,Johnny Grilo,Sam Gunn,Sian Gunningham,Alexandra Gunter,Rahul Kumar Gupta,Tiffany Hall,Nick Hanks,Pete Hanson,Chris Hardman,Jiten Harkhani,Mark Harrison,Nick Hatzichristos,Stacie Hawdon,Laura Jean Healey,Jessie Hereng,Alberto Hernandez Rodriguez,Mike Hill,Paul Hill,Geraint Hixson,Christopher Hodge,Sam Hodge,Nic Hodgkinson,Timothy Hoffman,Cássio Homa,Lindsay M. 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Sullivan,Radhakrishnan Sundararaj,Yanti Suryati,Phoebe Sutherland,András Szõcs,Enrique Sánchez Pérez,Faizal Taher,Lila Sara Tahri,Avadhoot Tambe,Claudio Tassone,Ryan Tatum,Sanjay Tawale,Oliver Taylor,Benoit Terminet Schuppon,Olivier Thibaut,Melinka Thompson-Godoy,Lee Tibbetts,Mohit Tiwari,Steve Tizzard,Vladimir Tkachenko,Victor Tomi,Sam Paul Toms,Sushil Tone,Carine Touraille,Dominik Trottier,Phil Tunnicliffe,Chris Turner,Kat Turner,Magdalena Turnier,Niki Turpin,Kat Tysoe,Gavas Ulhas,Priyanshu Uniyal,Joerg Unterberg,Diana Vasquez,Marjolein Verheij,Akshay Vichare,Rubén Villoria,Venugopal Vimal,Vinayagam,Anjohn Vincent,Andreas Vrhovsek,Nigel Wagner,Adam Walker,Jordan Walsh,Robin Walsh,Thomas Ward,Steve White,Kristofer Whitford,Mark Williams Ardington,Sam Williams,Mark S. Wright,Max Wright,William G. Wright,Shridhar Yadav,Ami Yamauchi,Mark Yfantidis,Nessa Mingfang Zhang,Petko Zhivkov,Simone Zuccarini,Ian Abbott,Alexis Agrotis,Dan Carney,Giovanni Di Giulio,Stavros Fylladitis,Sotiris Georghiou,Christopher Kowal,Jorge Mazariegos,Eroc Moralls,Saurabh Nandedkar,Laurence Priest,Nick Proulx,Jitendravijay Srinivasagan,Joseph Towe,Brian Jason Tran,Vanessa Velasquez
Stunts Nellie Burroughes,Robert Clarke,James Embree,Richard Hansen,Paul Harford,Tom Hatt,Mark Henson,Scott Hillier,Richard F Law,Lukaz Leong,Will Mackay,Casey Michaels,Bonnie Parker,Rebecca Pendarves,Andy Pilgrim,Laurent Plancel,Kierron Quest,Charles Ramsay,Michael Redmond,Mark Slaughter,Matthew Stirling,Mens-Sana Tamakloe,Arran Topham,Robert Weisinger,Grant Wiesinger,Annabel Elizabeth Wood,Leo Woodruff,Lewis Young
Camera and Electrical Department Neil Ashton,Alex Bailey,Lincoln Benjamin,Scott Bryan,Ross Busby,Max Carrington,Oliver Cary,Chris Cavanagh,Darren Coomber,William Crafts,Kristin Davis,Carlos De Carvalho,Ruy De Carvalho,James Edgcombe,Harry Elvin,Martin Elvin,Kevin Fitzpatrick,Adam Forrest,Neil Frazer,Dan Gamble,Harry Gamble,Francesco Luigi Giardiello,Scot Gill,Lee Godfrey,Alan Hall,Matthew Hall,Adam Harris,Peter Harris,Richard Hill,Gary Hutchings,Sean Leonard,Max MacGechan,Adrian Mackay,Darren Mackay,Michael Maiatico,Jason Marvel,Dean Morris,Jem Morton,Simon Muir,Andy Munday,Alexandra Médeville,Harry Nash,Andrew Nolan,Michele Abramo Puricelli,Peter Robertson,Sam Rogers,Sean Rogers,Paul Snell,Oliver Squire,Iain Struthers,Olly Tellett,Nick Thursby,John Velez,Harry Walker,Gavin Walters,Lee Walters,Gavin Weatherall,Paul Wheeldon,Rob Wrase,Anastasia Romanchuka
Animation Department Chang Aniruddhya,Sebastien Bacchia,Steve James Brown,Hyunju Cho,Scott Fritts,Mario Grosu,Trystan James,Gábor Kiss,Tom Kloucek,Thomas Lee,Sherin Mahboob,Benoit Moranne,Jack Preston,Fonzo Romano,Amelie Talarmain,Oskar Urretabizkaia,David Vandenbroecke,Kimberley Watts
Casting Department Fabiana Arrastia,Rori Bergman,Susan Boyajian,Melissa Braun,Patty Connolly,Allison Hall,Kara Lipson,Mark Sussman,Lucinda Syson,Natasha Vincent,Grant Wilfley
Costume and Wardrobe Department Sheara Abrahams,Russell Barnett,Nicky Belton,Rob Brown,Jennifer Chance,Giulia Chini,Michelle Chong,Emma Crean,Caroline Fallon,Kirsa Ferreiro,Nicole Hayter,Fran Jegar,Katie Jones,Katherine Joseph,Niall Macaulay,Esther Najafipour,Tim Perkins,Stephanie Potter,Jessica Scott-Reed,Clare Spragge,Anabel Temple,Darrell Warner,Sarah Young,Jon Moss,Lauren Tanchum,Amy Westwood
Editorial Department Miles Anderson,Jo Barker,Patrick Barry,John Bush,James Corless,Danielle El-Hendi,Francesco Luigi Giardiello,Bernie E. Gomez,Laura Holeman,Jenny Januszewski,Richard B. Molina,Andy Morrison,Angus Munro,Jeremy Richardson,Bob Schneider,Mike Sowa,Jeff Stroot,Tony Tromp
Location Management Frank Covino,Grace Kwon,Chris Page,Billy Soistmann,Alec Taylor,Toby Blyther,Charlotte Daniel,James Dunstan
Music Department Mark Berrow,Richard Bissill,Catherine Bott,Anne-Marie Cullum,Nicholas Dodd,Dina Eaton,Jon Ekstrand,Alex Ferguson,Isobel Griffiths,Opie Gruves,Connor Hutton,Jason La Rocca,Roger Linley,Jeff MacDonald,Steve Mair,Dorina Markoff-McNulty,Vicky Matthews,Metro Voices,Adam Miller,Adrian Miotti,Stuart Morton,Northwest Sinfonia,Enrica Sciandrone,Carl Sealove,Carl-Johan Sevedag,Jill Streater,Matt Tamsedge,Allen Walley,Martin Wiklund,Mark Jan Wlodarkiewicz,Rachel Bolt,Philippe Briand,Gabriel Saban,Trey Toy,Dan Weniger
Script and Continuity Department Julia Chiavetta,Annie Penn
Transportation Department Graham Ashley,Ben Brigden,James Fanning,John Horan,John Humphreys,Marco Parkin,Bob Reader
Additional Crew Matt Adler,Leah Aitken,Caridad Angus,Derek Arnold,Fabiana Arrastia,Claire Aston,Sarah Michelle Attard,Allison Avery Jordan,Trevor Bagge,Jimmy Baldwin,Rebecca Ballard,Rajia Baroudi,Ron Bartlett,Oliver Bentley-Jones,Howard Berger,Mike Border,Susan Boyajian,Andy Brown,Julie Burnham,Rebecca Cammarata,Charlotte Carey,Amber Chester,Amanda Distler,Sinéad Doherty,Marie Dong,Danielle Dudley,Christina Dunlop,Kathleen S. Dunn,Karen Fielding,Morgaine FitzSymons,Jay Floyd,Kevin Fong,Josh Fry,Juliana Guedes,Robin Guiver,Beni Hardiman,Jim Heskinen,David Higgins,Harry Hood,Yasmin Hoque,Sarah Hunt,Chris Jargo,Aaron Jenner,Claudia Kalindjian,Alexander Kaminer,Sean Kenin,David Kingsbury,Daniela Kriston,Daniela Kriston,Chelsea Kujawa,Simon Lam,Lex Lang,Matthew Lombardi,George Macdonald,Francesca M. Mannix,Charlie Mayhew,Dara McGarry,Chrissie McLean,Robyn Milne,Alex Molden,Luke Moorcock,Richard Neale,Josh Northover,Ann Ormesher,Jack Parker,James Payton,Jessica Phelps,Nancy Reid,Alex Reynolds,Faye Robinson,Geoff Rock,Daniel Rogers,Stacy Rowe,Michelle Ruff,Adam Rutherford,Roy Samuelson,Rudi Schmidt,Sairh Sheikh,Matt Smith,Kenneth Statham,Matthews Street,Lewis Taylor,Naomi Joy Todd,James Tointon,Chris Tomkins,Sarah Unwin,Donald H. Walker,Sean Ware,Tom Wilton,Jonas Ziggy,Tamas Pataki
Thanks Gabriella Linnéa Borbély,Bozi Alona Linnéa Borbély Espinosa
Genres Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Companies Columbia Pictures, Skydance Media, Skydance Media
Countries USA
Languages English, Japanese, Vietnamese
ContentRating R
ImDbRating 6.6
ImDbRatingVotes 229671
MetacriticRating 54
Keywords extraterrestrial life,space,international space station,astronaut,space station