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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is a 2014 American science fiction action film directed by Matt Reeves from a screenplay by Mark Bomback, Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver. It is the sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011), and the second installment in the Planet of the Apes reboot franchise. It stars Andy Serkis as Caesar, alongside Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Keri Russell, Toby Kebbell, and Kodi Smit-McPhee. In Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, human survivors are battling to stay alive in the wake of a deadly pandemic which has lasted for a decade, while Caesar tries to maintain control over his expanding ape community. But when both species cross into each other, they try and make a truce to maintain peace with one another and hope to prevent a war between apes and humans.
A sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes was announced in 2011, with the returns of both Serkis and Rupert Wyatt confirmed that November. Wyatt departed the film in September 2012, and Reeves was hired that October. Casting took place between February and March 2013, with no additional original main cast members returning. Principal photography commenced that April and lasted until that July, with filming locations including Campbell River, Vancouver Island, and New Orleans. The apes were created using visual effects and performance capture as commissioned by Weta Digital, with the film featuring greater use of these components during action sequences and to create other animals.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes premiered on June 26, 2014 at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco and was theatrically released worldwide by 20th Century Fox on July 11. The film received highly positive reviews, with praise for Reeves direction, visual effects, the performances of the cast, Michael Giacchino s score, action sequences, and emotional depth. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was a commercial success, grossing over $710 million, making it the eighth-highest grossing film of 2014 and the highest-grossing film in the franchise. It also received numerous awards and nominations, including an Academy Award nomination for Best Visual Effects. The sequel, War for the Planet of the Apes, was released in 2017.
Ten years after the global pandemic of a deadly Simian Flu, the worldwide human population has been drastically reduced, with only about one in 500 genetically immune. Civilization is destroyed as a result of societal collapse. The apes, under the chimpanzee Caesar, all bestowed with genetically enhanced intelligence by the virus, have long-established a colony in the Muir Woods near San Francisco.
A group of humans, led by a man named Malcolm, trespass the apes territory from San Francisco in search of a hydroelectric dam that would restore power to the city. An encounter by Caesar s son Blue Eyes and his friend Ash leads to the latter s injury by a man named Carver. Malcolm manages to prevent further escalation, and Caesar orders the humans to leave. Prompted by Koba, a scarred bonobo with a vendetta against humans for his mistreatment as a laboratory test subject, Caesar brings his army to the humans community as a display of strength. Caesar announces to the community that while the apes do not want war, he intends to fight the humans if he is forced to while demanding the humans stay in their territory. Malcolm convinces his fellow leader Dreyfus to give him time to take a small team to the forest and reconcile with the apes so they can access the dam. He meets with Caesar, who allows them to work on the generator on the condition that they surrender their guns. As Malcolm, his wife Ellie, and his son Alexander work, they bond with the apes. The fragile bonding briefly falls apart when Carver is discovered to have kept a hidden gun and is thus forcibly sent away, but it is greatly restored when Ellie, a nurse, effectively treats Caesar s wife Cornelia s illness.
Dreyfus arms his community using the Fort Point armory. Koba discovers the armory and confronts Caesar, accusing him of loving humans more than apes. Caesar beats Koba in response but refrains from killing him. Koba later returns to the armory and takes an assault rifle, killing two guards, and he secretly kills Carver after the humans succeed in repairing the generator and restoring power to the city. Koba takes advantage of their celebration to covertly set fire to the apes home. He then shoots Caesar, who falls into the underbrush below, and frames the humans for Caesar s apparent death and the fire to justify war. Koba quickly takes command and leads the ape army into San Francisco, where they plunder the armory and mount a full-scale assault on the human settlement. Despite taking heavy casualties, the apes breach the building and imprison the humans as Dreyfus flees underground. When Ash refuses Koba s orders to kill unarmed humans, citing Caesar s teachings, Koba throws him to his death and has any other ape who is loyal to Caesar imprisoned, including Maurice, Luca, and Rocket.
Malcolm s family finds a severely wounded Caesar and transports him to his former house in San Francisco. When Malcolm sneaks back into the settlement to find medical supplies for Caesar, he encounters Blue Eyes, who spares him before learning that his father is still alive and accompanies Malcolm to find him. Caesar reveals that it was Koba, not the humans, who shot him and confesses that apes can be as corrupt and violent as humans. After reconciling with Caesar, Blue Eyes returns to the tower and frees the imprisoned humans and apes. Malcolm escorts the apes into the tower and then finds Dreyfus. He learns that the return of electricity allowed Dreyfus men to make radio contact with survivors from a military base, who are now coming to fight the apes. Caesar confronts Koba at the top of the tower; as they fight, Dreyfus, who has initiated a suicide mission, detonates C-4 charges that destabilize the tower in a failed attempt to kill the apes. Koba starts angrily shooting at the apes when they come to Caesar’s aid, but Caesar tackles him from a ledge. While clinging on a metal girder, Koba is disowned as an ape by Caesar and dropped to his death.
Malcolm and Caesar acknowledge their friendship, with Malcolm warning of the approaching human military. Caesar responds War has already begun because of Koba s violent reign, and also responds that the humans will never forgive the apes for their attack and convinces Malcolm to leave with his family for safety before the fighting begins. He then stands before a kneeling mass of apes, preparing for the upcoming war.
- Andy Serkis as Caesar, a chimpanzee who is leader to a tribe of enhanced apes.
- Toby Kebbell as Koba, a treacherous bonobo.
- Judy Greer as Cornelia.
- Nick Thurston as Blue Eyes.
- Terry Notary as Rocket, Caesar s loyal lieutenant.
- Karin Konoval as Maurice, a Bornean orangutan and Caesar s loyal friend and adviser.
- Doc Shaw as Ash.
- Lee Ross as Grey.
- Jason Clarke as Malcolm, the leader of the small group that forms a strong bond with Caesar and the other apes, Alexander s father, and Ellie s husband
- Gary Oldman as Dreyfus, an ex-police officer and the leader of the remaining human survivors
- Keri Russell as Ellie, a former nurse at the Centers for Disease Control, Malcolm s wife, and Alexander s stepmother
- Kodi Smit-McPhee as Alexander, Malcolm s son from a previous marriage and Ellie s stepson
- Kirk Acevedo as Carver, a former San Francisco water worker and a member of Malcolm s group
- Jon Eyez as Foster, a member of Malcolm s group
- Enrique Murciano as Kemp, a member of Malcolm s group
- Keir O Donnell as Finney, an ally of Dreyfus
- Kevin Rankin as McVeigh, a guard at the colony s armory
- Jocko Sims as Werner, the colony s radio operator
Additionally, James Franco makes an uncredited appearance as Will Rodman, Caesar s owner, utilizing a combination of new and unused footage from Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
After the release of Rise of the Planet of the Apes, director Rupert Wyatt commented on possible sequels: I think we re ending with certain questions, which is quite exciting. To me, I can think of all sorts of sequels to this film, but this is just the beginning. Screenwriter and producer Rick Jaffa also stated that Rise featured several clues as to future sequels: I hope that we re building a platform for future films. We re trying to plant a lot of the seeds for a lot of the things you are talking about in terms of the different apes and so forth.
In an interview recorded after the release of Rise, Wyatt stated, We want to grow and evolve, in the films that will come after this, to the 68 original. Wyatt also stated that he wants it to take place eight years after Rise, as a whole new ape generation can be born, and explore the dynamics of Caesar and Koba s relationship. According to screenwriter Rick Jaffa, a version of the spaceship from the 1968 Planet of the Apes under the name Icarus was in Rise as a deliberate hint to a possible sequel.
In November 2011, Andy Serkis was the first to be announced as having closed a deal for a sequel to Rise. It was reported to be a healthy seven-figure deal for him to reprise his role as Caesar, the ape leader. On May 15, 2012, it was announced Scott Z. Burns had been hired to do rewrites on the original screenplay by Rise writers Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver. On May 31, 2012, 20th Century Fox announced that the sequel would be titled Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
On September 17, 2012, there were reports that director Wyatt was considering leaving the sequel due to his concern that a May 2014 release date would not give him enough time to make the film properly. On October 1, Cloverfield director Matt Reeves was confirmed as his replacement. Reeves had been working on developing a new Twilight Zone film. On October 18, Mark Bomback, writer of Live Free or Die Hard, was reported to be doing a re-write for Reeves.
In December 2012, after the departure of director Wyatt, James Franco speculated that he would not return for the sequel as his character Will Rodman has died from a Simian Flu virus, saying Now Rupert s not a part of it so My guess is I won t be in it. Freida Pinto, who played primatologist Caroline Aranha in Rise, confirmed that she would not return for Dawn as her character Caroline Aranha has also died from a Simian Flu virus as well. In April 2014, when asked by IGN about the fate of Franco and Pinto s characters, producer Dylan Clark said, I mean, they re the ones that died…They were ground zero of the virus.
In February 2013, actors Gary Oldman, Jason Clarke, and Kodi Smit-McPhee were cast in lead roles for the sequel, set ten years after the events from the first film. In March 2013, actress Keri Russell was cast in a role. That same month, Judy Greer was cast as Cornelia, a female chimp and love interest for Caesar. Toby Kebbell, Enrique Murciano and Kirk Acevedo joined the cast during filming. On May 15, 2013, Jocko Sims was cast in a supporting role of military operative Werner.
Filming began in April 2013 around the town of Campbell River, British Columbia. The location of Vancouver Island was chosen for its similarity to the locations depicted in the film, the forests, and the variety of landscapes. Filming in New Orleans started in May 2013 and continued in July 2013 at various locations such as the former Six Flags park Six Flags New Orleans.
Like Rise, visual effects for Dawn were done by Weta Digital. In addition to the apes, Weta created other digital animals, such as a herd of elk, a grizzly bear, and CG doubles of the live horses. The elk were created using key-frame animation and the digital crowd enhancement software MASSIVE, the bear through key-frame animation, and the horses with a mixture of key-frame animation and motion capture.
|Dawn of the Planet of the Apes|
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|Released||August 12, 2014|
|Michael Giacchino film scores chronology|
The film s score was composed by Michael Giacchino. The soundtrack was released by Sony Masterworks on July 8, 2014.
|1.||Level Plaguing Field||2:21|
|2.||Look Who s Stalking||2:35|
|3.||The Great Ape Processional||4:34|
|4.||Past Their Primates||1:57|
|5.||Close Encounters of the Furred Kind||4:38|
|6.||Monkey to the City||1:16|
|7.||The Lost City of Chimpanzee||3:46|
|8.||Along Simian Lines||5:04|
|9.||Caesar No Evil, Hear No Evil||2:27|
|10.||Monkey See, Monkey Coup||5:12|
|12.||The Apes of Wrath||4:28|
|15.||How Bonobo Can You Go||5:42|
|16.||Enough Monkeying Around||3:35|
|17.||Primates for Life||5:42|
|18.||Planet of the End Credits||8:56|
|19.||Ain t That a Stinger (written by Griffin Giacchino)||1:10|
On May 31, 2012, Fox announced that Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was scheduled for release on May 23, 2014. However, it was announced on June 20, 2013 that the release date for Dawn was being pushed back two months to July 18, 2014. On December 10, 2013, the film was pushed up one week to July 11, 2014. The film premiered at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, California on June 26, 2014. The film closed the 36th Moscow International Film Festival on June 28.
In Hungary, the largest cinema chain called Cinema City could not agree with the film s distributor, InterCom, and as a result it opened on July 17, 2014, on 45 screens, significantly fewer than similar big-budget productions. However, the film still managed to top the weekend box office chart of the country beating Transformers: Age of Extinction, which had been leading the chart for three weeks (on 105 screens distributed by UIP Duna).
A viral marketing campaign for the film launched in July 2013 included a simian flu website and mock PSA videos. 20th Century Fox and Vice Media s Motherboard released three short films online in July 2014 which document the ten-year gap between the events of Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. A novel titled Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Firestorm which is also set between the events of the first two films was published in May 2014 by Titan Books. A partnership with 20th Century Fox and Ndemic Creations saw mobile/PC game Plague Inc. get a Dawn of the Planet of the Apes-themed update on July 10, 2014. It allows players to create and customize a simian flu virus to infect the world and eradicate humanity whilst helping apes survive.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was a success at the box office with many critics calling it the summer s best popcorn film , and Deadline Hollywood commented saying it is a franchise that will keep going and going, unless they screw it up . The film grossed $208,545,589 in the United States and Canada, and $500,290,000 in other countries, for a worldwide total of $708,835,589. Calculating in all expenses and revenues, Deadline Hollywood estimated that the film made a net profit of $182.18 million. It had a worldwide opening of $103.3 million which was the 11th-highest of 2014. Worldwide it is the highest-grossing film in the Planet of the Apes franchise and the eighth-highest-grossing film of 2014.
In the United States and Canada, the film is the highest-grossing film in the Planet of the Apes franchise, unadjusted for inflation and the eighth-highest-grossing film of 2014. It opened on July 11, 2014 across 3,967 theaters and topped the box office on its opening day earning $27.7 million (including previews). During its traditional three-day opening, the film debuted at number one earning $72.6 million, which was 33% higher than its predecessor. Box Office Mojo pointed out that the film s good word of mouth as well as its predecessors , its darker tone, attachment of new characters and the first film s way of ending were all determining factors in the film s strong opening. It remained at the summit for two consecutive weekends in North America despite facing competition with The Purge: Anarchy in its second week.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes earned $31.3 million during its opening weekend internationally from 4,913 screens in 26 markets, where it opened at No. 1 in 14 of those. International opening weekend tallies of more than $5 million were witnessed in the UK ($14.88 million), Mexico ($12.94 million), South Korea ($11.5 million), Russia ($9.99 million), Brazil with ($9.2 million) and Australia ($6.6 million). The film topped the box office outside North America for two non-consecutive weekends.
The film became a massive financial success in China, where it opened with $47 million on its opening weekend there. The robust debut helped the film top the international charts for the first time dethroning Guardians of the Galaxy and aided the film in passing $400 million internationally and $600 million globally. Fox reported that the sequel s debut in China was one of the best in history for a Western title, save for Iron Man 3, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Transformers: Age of Extinction at that time. After playing for a month in theaters, it passed $100 million on its fourth weekend and became the fourth Hollywood film of the year to achieve such a milestone. In total, it went on to make $107.4 million there, of which the studio received $26.8 million profit.
On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a 91% approval rating based on 316 reviews, with an average rating of 7.90/10. The website s critics consensus reads, With intelligence and emotional resonance to match its stunning special effects, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes expands on its predecessor with an exciting and ambitious burst of sci-fi achievement. Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the film a score of 79 out of 100 based on 48 critics, indicating generally favorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A− on an A+ to F scale.
Guy Lodge of Variety said, An altogether smashing sequel to 2011 s better-than-expected Rise of the Planet of the Apes, this vivid, violent extension of humanoid ape Caesar s troubled quest for independence bests its predecessor in nearly every technical and conceptual department, with incoming helmer Matt Reeves conducting the proceedings with more assertive genre elan than Rise journeyman Rupert Wyatt. Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter stated that the film manages to do at least three things exceptionally well that are hard enough to pull off individually: Maintain a simmering level of tension without let-up for two hours, seriously improve on a very good first entry in a franchise and produce a powerful humanistic statement using a significantly simian cast of characters. In the annals of sequels, Dawn is to Rise of the Planet of the Apes what The Empire Strikes Back was to Star Wars—it s that much better. Tim Robey of The Daily Telegraph said, There s evident patience and intelligence to the filmmaking all over, as well as an engagement with genuine ideas about diplomacy, deterrence, law and leadership. However often it risks monkey-mad silliness, it s impressively un-stupid. Drew McWeeny of HitFix awarded the film an A+ grade and said Dawn is not just a good genre movie or a good summer movie. It s a great science-fiction film, full-stop, and one of the year s very best movies so far.
Ty Burr of The Boston Globe wrote that in bearing, speech, and agonized expressiveness, Serkis s Caesar conveys the conflicts of a king with almost Shakespearean grandeur. A. O. Scott of The New York Times praised the film for being able to balance out the action sequences and special effects with strong storytelling, writing that Dawn is more than a bunch of occasionally thrilling action sequences, emotional gut punches and throwaway jokes arranged in predictable sequence. It is technically impressive and viscerally exciting, for sure, but it also gives you a lot to think, and even to care, about.
Less favorable reviews included Andrew O Hehir at Salon.com who wrote, Here s a rule that has gradually become clear to me: Any film that begins with one of those fake-news montages, where snippets of genuine CNN footage are stitched together to concoct a feeling of semi-urgency around its hackneyed apocalypse, already sucks even before it gets started. This one makes a dutiful attempt to struggle back from that suckage, but it all ends in yelling.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, and DVD on December 2, 2014. According to Nielsen VideoScan, it subsequently became the best-selling home video release for the week.
After seeing his cut of Dawn, 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment signed Matt Reeves to return as director for a third installment of the reboot series. On January 6, 2014, Fox announced Reeves to direct as well as co-write along with Bomback, with a planned July 2016 release. Peter Chernin, Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver will produce. In January 2015, Fox delayed the release to July 14, 2017. On May 14, 2015, the title was given as War of the Planet of the Apes. In September 2015, it was announced that Woody Harrelson had been cast as the film s antagonist. In October 2015, Steve Zahn was cast as a new ape in the film, re-titled as War for the Planet of the Apes.
|Plot||The fragile peace between apes and humans is threatened as mistrust and betrayal threaten to plunge both tribes into a war for dominance over the Earth.|
|Awards||Nominated for 1 Oscar, 17 wins & 48 nominations total|
|Writers||Mark Bomback, Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver|
|Stars||Gary Oldman, Keri Russell, Andy Serkis|
|Produced by||Mark Bomback,Peter Chernin,Dylan Clark,Thomas M. Hammel,Rick Jaffa,Amanda Silver,Jennifer Teves,Jenno Topping|
|Music by||Michael Giacchino|
|Cinematography by||Michael Seresin|
|Film Editing by||William Hoy,Stan Salfas|
|Casting By||Debra Zane|
|Production Design by||James Chinlund|
|Art Direction by||Marisa Frantz,Aaron Haye,Kelvin Humenny,William O. Hunter,Naaman Marshall,Scott Plauche|
|Set Decoration by||Amanda Moss Serino,Shane Vieau|
|Costume Design by||Melissa Bruning|
|Makeup Department||Anji Bemben,Debra Dietrich,Sherri B. Hamilton,Stacey Herbert,Emma Jacobs,Dee Leveque,Lisa Love,Yolanda Mercadel,Fleur Morell,Michael Nickiforek,Frida Norrman,Gina Sherritt,Donna Spahn,Vicki Syskakis,Emily Tatum,Bill Terezakis,Jenny-King Turko,Fay von Schroeder,Vince Yoshida,Jill Bailey,Nikki I Brown,Deborah La Mia Denaver,Marcos Gonzales,Jennifer Hodges,Daniel Jouet,Miia Kovero,Erica Kyker,Annabelle MacNeal,Caitlin Murphy Miles,Donita Miller,Lucy O’Reilly,LeDiedra Richard-Baldwin,Jami Ross,Tegan Taylor|
|Production Management||Debra K. Chinn,Aaron Downing,Heidi Erl,Page Rosenberg-Marvin,Anne Taunga,Jennifer Teves,Kelly Todd,Lisa Towers,Wendy Williams,May Braido|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Michael Bishop,Mark E. Brown,Meghan Burchfield,Gary Capo,Adrian Diepold,Mathew Dunne,Todd Havern,Gary Hawes,Vanessa Hickey,Larry D. Katz,Brandon Lambdin,Kevin Lum,Tim Macarthur,Gordon MacDonald,Renee Marsella,Grant O’Kane,Kevin O’Neil,Bradley Parker,Gary Powell,Brian Relyea,Aaron J. Stone,Hirotatsu Taniguchi,Cindy Taylor,Julian Wall,David Waters,Tim Whyte,Aaron Wintringham|
|Art Department||Aaron Alexander,Michael Arena,Marc Baird,Todd Baranowski,Pedro Barquin,Luis G. Benavides,John Berger,Mark Bialuski,Charles Bodenheimer,Mark Boucher,Rob Boulet,Marshall T. Broyles,Kurt Bruun,John Bugarcic,Jason Byers,Scott Calderwood,Lauren Camp,Andrew Campbell,Michael Cawood,Kevin Clark,David Cohen,Francesco Corvino,Richard Crain,Kelton Cram,Travis Craven,Nick S. Cross,Saul Cruthirds,Trinity Tad Davis,Jeffrey DeBell,Yann Denoual,Derek Devers,Fred Deyoe,David Dowling,Elena Dresser,Elena Dubova,David Dungan,Nicole Eldredge,Scott Ellsworth,Dan Engle,Jaime Fernandez,Lucien Fernandez,Laurie Fewell,Justin Goby Fields,Hazen S. Finnerty Jr.,Greg Finnin,Michael J. Flynn,Sven Fodale,Sarah Forrest,Neil Garland,John Gathright,Adam Gelbart,Gregory T. Geniusz,Paul Giglione,Daniel J. Gillooly,Sean Ginevan,John Giuliano,Lisa Godwin,Trevor Goring,Theresa Greene,Gabriel Hardman,Doug Hardwick,Doug Harlocker,Jennie Harris,Joseph Cassady Harris,Claire Hassig,Mike Helbig,Frank Hendrick,Gary Hidalgo,Jeff Hinds,Mark Hitchler,Jan Holmsten,Jason Hoobyar,Eliza Hooker,Chris Hopkins,John Hoskins,Luis G. Hoyos,Bill ‘Kauhane’ Hoyt,Matthew Hudolin,Sally Hudson,Amanda Hunter,Benton Jew,Henry Stuart John,Jeremy Johnson,Roger Johnson,Seth M. Johnson,Martha Johnston,Billy ‘Jilly Bones’ Jones,Jaime Jones,Kent Jones,Tommy Karasoulis,Carl Kempf,John B. Keys,Dave Kilby,Lizzy Jane Klein,Vance Kovacs,Rick Kramer,Matthew James Kutcher,John Lamkin,Justin J. LaPresle,Cody Larson,Ken Lewis Jr.,Andrew H. Lewis,Mayaba Liebenthal,John Lindsay,Kevin Loo,Robert Loring Jr.,Landon Lott,Dwight Lowell,Daniel A. Maes,Jim Magdaleno,Kevin Mangan,Charlie Mann,Jerad Marantz,Steve Martemucci,Bryan McBrien,Jason McDonough,John McElroy,Edward J. McNicoll,Tony R. Medina,Michael Williams’Willis’,Sheila Millar,James Miller,Joshua Min,Robert Misetich,Jim Mitchell,Robert J. Moore Jr.,Mark Moretti,Adam Mull,Patrick Musni,Mitch Naber,Nathan Nannie,Audra Neil,Luca Nemolato,Danny Nick,Doanne Kalena Nielsen,Rachel Nowik,Jesse Michael Owen,Gerald Palone,Greg Papalia,Harrison Paul,Jed Pendergrass,William H. Phen Jr.,Brett Phillips,Sara Philpott,Joseph Pipes,Kyle S. Plowden,Andrew Preen,Alberto Ramírez,Steffen Reichstadt,Bradley Reyes,Eric Ringbloom,Elizabeth Roberts,Steve Salazar,Sian C. Sanzone,Jerry Sargent,Nathan Schroeder,Richard Schultz,Mark Seiler,Josh Sheppard,Joey Silva,Aaron Sims,Kim Sinclair,Edward Skade,Bert Smith,Mike Stassi,Peter Stratford,Peter Sysoev,Tim Taylor,Michael Thibodeaux,Sharon Thompson,Mecca Thornhill,Lisa Tong,David Tureau,Joel Turner,Steven Lee Tyler,Miccah Underwood,Adrien Van Viersen,Javiera Varas,Emma Verdugo,Louis Visco,Paul Wagner,Keith Wall,Nathaniel West,Robert Wilbanks,Michael Williams Willis,Alexi Wilson,Chris M. Wilson,Greg Winter,Lyndell Wolff,Levi Woods,Mark Woodworth II,Colin Zaug,Walter Zieska,Chris Zimmerman|
|Sound Department||James Ashwill,Brian Bair,Christopher Barnett,David Betancourt,James Bolt,Jim Brookshire,Donald D. Brown,Derek Casari,Smokey Cloud,Ryan Cole,John T. Cucci,Scott Curtis,Jenna Dalla Riva,Mark DeSimone,Richard Epcar,Geoff Ethridge,Joshua Fielstra,Will Files,Kim Foscato,Sandra Fox,David Grimaldi,John Guentner,Scott Guitteau,Matthew Harrison,Jack Heeren,Warren Hendriks,Craig Henighan,Mike Hibberson,Mildred Iatrou,Doug Jackson,Jesse Johnstone,Goro Koyama,Tom Lalley,Adriano Lameira,B.J. Lehn,David Lucarelli,Helen Luttrell,Michael Magill,Andy Malcolm,John Morris,Stephen Muir,Douglas Murray,John Murray,Andy Nelson,Nancy Nugent,Dan O’Connell,Jamey Osborne,Kurt Peterson,Erin Michael Rettig,Charleen Richards,Roberta Salmi,Christine Sirois,Thomas W. Small,Mac Smith,Donald Sylvester,Jason Tuttle,Marc Uddo,Craig Weintraub,Chris Welcker,Don White,Ed White,Jack Whittaker,Michael Wilson,Roberto Dominguez Alegria,Christopher Barnett,Blake Collins,Simon Diggins,Kim Foscato,Evan J Haley,Jedediah Jenk,Travis MacKay,Tim Maxwell,Brian Seagrave,John Soukup,Owen Spencer,Billy Theriot|
|Special Effects by||Matt Adams,John S. Baker,Eric Bullock,Alex Burdett,Kristy Choo,John b. Clarey,John B. Clarey,Donnie Dean,Lawrence Decker,Michelle Dickson,Georgia Dumergue,Molly Edwards,Skylar Gorrell,Matthew A. Hahn,Mark Hava,Justin B. Johnson,Mik Kastner,Matt Kutcher,Matthew James Kutcher,Jason Lazaroff,James Lorimer,Damian Lund,Andrew Miller,Jeff Miller,Daniel Norris,James Parsons,Doug Passarelli,Jennifer Picard,Savaliya Rahul,Alberto Ramírez,Monica Reilly,Michael Rifkin,Eric Roberts,Blake Roussel,Wayne Rowe,Carlos Savant,Dan Sedlacek,Adam Tayler,Kyle A. Wasserman,Douglas D. Ziegler|
|Visual Effects by||Shaun Friedberg ‘Pyrokinesis’,Marco Abbruzzese,John Aberdein,Gino Acevedo,Matthew Adams,Olivia Adams,Glen Adlam,Michael Aerni,Gerardo Aguilera,Suzaine Aguirre,Malcolm Aitchison,Stuart Allan,Mark Edward Allen,Kimberly Aller,Stan Alley,Stephen Allison,Jon Allitt,Colin Anders,Glenn Anderson,John L. Anderson,Pasquale Antonelli,Lucy Appleby,Christine Arboit,Georgy Arevshatov,Yalda Armian,Charlie Armstrong,Nicole Ashford,Daniel Ashton,Mike Aslin,Andrew Atkinson,Nikki Atkinson,Jessica Austin,Derrick Auyoung,Patrice Avery,Carl Ayala,Dan Ayling,Sergio Ayrosa,Ian Azariah,Jörg Baier,Buffy Bailey,Leslie Baker,Sam Baker,Simon Baker,Sam Balzer,Berj Bannayan,Marco Barbati,Mark Barber,Daniel Barrett,Monica Rodriguez Bautista,Jamie Baxter,Scott E. Baxter,Bryn Bayliss,Daniel Bayona,Lyse Beck,Kathleen Beeler,Olivier Beierlein,Brittany Bell,James Bell,Gregory Bellis,Alex Berson,Jarnail Bhachu,Shweta Bhatnagar,Hannah Bianchini,Emil Bidiuc,Graham Binding,Aaron Black,Kathryn Jane Black,Alex Blatt,Jonathan Block,Robert Bloom,Felipe Bohórquez,Ioan Boieriu,Ella Boliver,Philip Boltt,Michael Bomagat,Sebastian Bommersheim,Primoz Boncina,Jason Bond,Pierre Bonnette,Alessandro Bonora,Nick Booth,Zakaria Boumediane,Adam Bradley,Patrick O. Brady,Hans Brekke,Benjamin Brenneur,John Brennick,Kristie Breslin,Dominique Breyvogel,Alvin Brigemohun,A.J. Briones,Timmy Broderick,Ryan Brooks,Trey Brown,Boris Bruchhaus,Joerg Bruemmer,Julian Bryant,Joerg W. Bungert,Sebastian Burke,Brian Burks,Andy Burmeister,Amirah Busairi,Astrid Busser-Casas,Hans Butler,Julian R. Butler,Kurt Butler,Ria-Bella Buys,Sam Buys,Tom Buys,Robert Byrne,Miguel Diaz Cachero,David Caeiro Cebrián,Andrew Calder,Ben Campbell,Cedric Enriquez Canlas,Chris Cantero,Robin Stuart Cape,Lorna Carmichael,Caleb Carr,André Castelão,Norman Cates,Myriam Catrin,Nick Cattell,Simona Ceci,Jake Cenac,Alan Chambers,Matthew Chambers,Scott Chambers,Arthur Chan,Johnny Chan,Leslie Chan,Raymond Chan,Jung Min Chang,Will Chang,Christopher Chapman,Matthieu Chardonnet,Peter Chen,Tim Cheng,Sophie Cherry,Simon Cheung,Anthony Chiang,Gak Gyu Choi,Jong Jin Choi,Wonmok Mark Choi,Bryan Chojnowski,Tina Thitinuch Chongko,Charles Chorein,Adam Christensen,Andrea Christie,Darren Christie,Glen Christie,Kelly Roslyn Christophers,Douglas Chubb,Jasper Chung,Joe Churchill,Matthew Cioffi,Sam Clark,Craig D. Clarke,Mike Clephane,Emma Clifton,Alex Coble,Webster Colcord,Sam Cole,Rosie Colligan,Alice Collins,Tony Como,Peter Connelly,Benjamin Conner,Vernessa Cook,Jeremy A. Cooper,Shane Cooper,Michael Corcoran,Alexander Costa,Brenton Cottman,Alasdair Coull,Andrei Coval,Aaron Cowan,Dan Cregan,Jim Croasdale,Ryan Cronin,Steve Cronin,Noemie Cruciani,Sheri Cruz,Alexia Cui,Matt Cunningham,Jason Cutler,Marcello Da Silva,Josh Dagg,Varuna Darensbourg,Tomas Davidovic,Brandon Davis,Shad Davis,Daphne De Jesus,Gabe de Kelaita,Sarah de Schot,Rachel Pieper Decker,Rustin Devendorf,Tamir Sammy Diab,Kenny DiGiordano,Amy Dilworth,Denitsa Dimitrova,James Dinsdale,Peter Divers,Hugo Dominguez,Alana Douglas,Samuel Doyle,Marc Droske,Georg Duemlein,Eamon Samuel Duncan,Shawn Dunn,Jonathan Dysart,Areito Echevarria,Benny Edlund,Nadav Ehrlich,Yasmine El-Ghamrawy,Jack Elder,Kane Elferink,Daniel Elliott,Greg Emerson,Ryan English,Frieder Erdmann,Samantha Erickstad,Matthew Evans,Stephen Evans,Lawrence Fagan,Ants Farrell,Luca Fascione,Eric Feng,Oliver Ferguson,Florian Fernandez,Jason Fleming,Liana Fleming,Duane Floch,Les Foor,Michael Forot,Jonas Forsman,Jeremy Fort,Ludovic Fouche,Migael Franken,Bruce Franklin,Guillaume François,Corey Frew,Johan Fröjd,Chris Gaede,Jason Galeon,Amanda Michelle Garrett,James A Geary,Lindsay George,Chris J. Gerrard,Storm Gezentsvey,Yannick Gillain,Jen Gillespie,Aaron Gilman,Kenneth Gimpelson,Geoffroy Givry,Jed Glassford,Joshua Glassman,Evgeny Glazyrin,Peter Godden,Diana Godo,Guenever Goik,Julien Goldsbrough,Daniel Gonzalez,Demian Gordon,Nick Grace,Tom Greene,Paul Greenwood,John Griffith,Jason Grindlay,Martin Groezinger,Deepak Gupta,Alex Gurevich,Arielle Guthrie,Lloyd Hackl,Bassim Haddad,Geoff Hadfield,Joe Hagg,Éric Hamel,David Hampton,Bryant Hardwick,Yoshihiro Harimoto,Adam Harriman,Toby Haruno,Andrew Harvey,Andrew Harvey,Serena Hastie,Ben Hatton,Kelly Haysom,Ryan Heelan,David Heinz,Quentin Hema,Allan Henry,Rachel Herbert,Keith Herft,Dylan Thomas Herkes,Juan E. Hernandez,Kerstin Herold,Joshua Herrig,Jon Hertzig,Sean Heuston,Alexander Hewitt,Matthew Hicks,Andreas Hikel,Erin Hill,Peter Hillman,Sophie Hills,La-Râ Hinckeldeyn,Isaac Hingley,Christian Hipp,Mia Hippy,Wilbert Ho,Kay Hoddy,Dennis Hoerter,Claire Louise Hoey,Caleb Holland,Matt Holland,Robin Hollander,Aaron Holly,Julie Holmes,Mark L. Holmes,Matt Holmes,Teijo Holzer,Tom Holzinger,Lisa Hooper,Sarah Howden,Edward Hoyle,Victor Huang,Karen E.M. Hulse,Sherryn Hunt,Peg Hunter,Robert S. Hurlburt,Ryan Hutchings,Megan Hutchison,Leo Hutson,Hai-Yen Huynh,Rachel Hydes,Corrado Ianiri,Nikolay Ilinov,Nicholas Illingworth,Laura Ingram,Imraan Ismail,Jonna Isotalus,Justin Israel,Fergus Jack-Hinton,Myles Jackson,Mel James,Daniel Jaques,Kristine-Joeann Jasper,Malik Jayawardena,Paul Jenness,Braden Jennings,Digger Jensen,Carolina Jimenez Garcia,John Johansson,Kenneth Johansson,Martina Johansson,Michael Johns,Nathan Johnson,Tim Johnson,Gios Johnston,James Jones Jr.,Ben Stewart Jones,Caleb S. Jones,Danny Jones,Iban Jose Perez,Jens Kafitz,Joshua Kamau,Miae Kang,Matthew Kapfhammer,Stephen Karl,Ralf Karrenberg,Eli A. Katz,Holly Keeman,Barry Keenan,Elaine Kelley,Patrick Kelly,Kevin Kelm,Spencer Kelsey,Seth Kenlon,Patrick Keogh,Dániel Keresztes,Christian Kickenweitz,Sigtor Kildal,Ben Kilgore,John Kilkenny,Oliver Kirchhoff,Balazs Kiss,John Kitching,James Knowles,Archie Koning,Dean Koonjul,Philip Korsika,Makoto Koyama,Lonnie Kraatz,Manfred Kraemer,Lars Kramer,Dmitri Krasnokoutski,Laura Krause,Dave Kujawski,Dan Kunz,Todd Labonte,Justin Lacalamita,Keith Lackey,Genevieve Lacombe,Laure Lacroix,Giorgio Lafratta,Kosta Lagis,Sweekim Lai,Sabine Laimer,Chris Lakeman,Kenny Lam,Andrew Lambert,Juan Pablo Lampe,Marc Landrain,Nathan Lane,Danny Lang,Alexandra Lanzensberger,Michael Lanzensberger,Ted Lao,Yann Larochette,Rachel Laurenson,Lorenzo Lavatelli,Luisma Lavin,Shaun Ryan Laws,Isabelle Leduc,Jake Lee,Sun Jin Lee,Dan Lemmon,Iva Lenard,Niall Lenihan,Mark Leone,Phillip Leonhardt,Fabio Leporelli,Olivier Lesaint,Steve Lesser,Joe Letteri,J.P. Lewis,Carlos Lin,Victoria Livingstone,Wendy Lloyd,EungHo Lo,Thomas Sing Wai Lo,Jason Locke,Owen Longstaff,Morgan Loomis,Jade Lorier,Ruth-Anne Loveridge,Shawn Lovette,Matt Lumb,Valerie Lumb,Ben Lumsden,Son T. Ly,Clayton Lyons,Wan-Chun Alex Ma,Daniel Macarin,Rob MacBride,Allan Magled,Alastair Maher,Daisuke Maki,Jade Mansueto,Indah Maretha,Jason Marlow,Shaun Marnewick,Jan Maroske,John Martin,Jonathan D. Martin,Paul Martinez,Seth Martiniuk,Richard Matsushita,Shelley Matsutani,Joshua T.M. Matthews,Neil Mayo,Scott McArdle,Timothy McCallum,John McCarten,Jamie McCarter,Chris McConnachie,David McCormick,Robert McDougall,Bradley McFlinn,Steve McGee,Steve McGillen,Shane McGoey,Dave McGrath,Douglas McHale,Tom McHattie,Scott McInnes,Chloe McLean,Portia McLean,Robert K.O. McLeod,Rick McMahon,Donal McMullan,Brandon McNaughton,Renton McNeill,Tom Meade,Greg Meeres-Young,Gagan Mehta,James Meikle,Shéa W.C. Melville,Kim Menaster,Marco Menco,Andre Mercier,Miklós Mesterházy,Stephanie Metcalfe,Christoph Meyer,Meredith Meyer-Nichols,Goran Milic,Jessica Millar,Luke Millar,Amy Miller,Keith Miller,Michael A. Miller,Michael G. Miller,Ron E.J. Miller,Seth F. Miller,Sangita Mistry,Jim Mitchell,Saki Mitchell,Matthieu Molina,Dejan Momcilovic,Carlo Monaghan,Ashley Monastra,Berrin Moody,James Moore,Ben Morgan,Steven Morgan-Hastie,Marc Morisseau,Simon Dean Morley,Carla Morris,Zac Morris,Darren Mortillaro,Thomas Mouraille,Alessandro Mozzato,Matt Mueller,Nicky Muir,Arwen Munro,Laura Murillo,Jun Zee Myers,Vanessa Mylchreest,Dominica Myles,Per Mørk-Jensen,Alfred Mürrle,Duncan Nairn,Sandra Naschberger,Victor Naveira,Brendan Naylor,C. Michael Neely,Erik Nelson,Matthew Newhart,Wolfgang Niedermeier,Drew Nielsen,José Nieuwstad,Ben Nightingale,Tahl Niran,Kenichi Nishida,Teni Noravian,Sam Norman,Tony Norman,John Norris,Greg Notzelman,Alexander Nowotny,Jane O’Callaghan,Pete O’Connell,Cyndi Ochs,Mike Ocoboc,James Ogle,Ray Ooi,Martin Orlowski,Daniel Luke Orr,Alex G. Ortoll,David A. Ostler,Daniel Ostrov,Emiliano Padovani,Filippo Paganoni,Gabe Page,Michael Paget,Amanda Pamela,John Papafotiou,Jonathan Paquin,Hunter Parks,Sanjit Patel,Harshal Patil,Niki Patterson,Helen Paul,Stephen J. Pavelski,Matt Penman,Ana Sofia Mestre de Almeida Pereira,Mike Perry,Dana Peters,Nicolas Petit,Fabiano Petroni,Ignacio B. Peña,Carles Piles,Tymon Pitts,Vincent Poitras,Bruno Pollet,Pete Polyakov,James Porter,Thomas Prebble,Dave Preciado,Duane Prefume,David Pritchard,Yann Provencher,Robin Prybil,Eddy Purnomo,Casey Pyke,Simon Quach,Christin Quek,Cesar Quijada,Ula Rademeyer,Ilaria Ragusa,Guillermo Ramos,Kade Ramsey,Troy Ramsey,Alberto Ramírez,Ellen Rappenecker,Craig Douglas Rattray,Paul Redican,George Redmond,Chris Reece,Saul Reid,Markus Reithoffer,Renganath,Daniel Revkin,Jason Richardson,Mark Richardson,Nicholas Richter,Kim Rickard,Simone Riginelli,Kurtis Ritani,Joshua Rivas,Grant Roa,Ben Roberts,Kuyper Robin,Chris Rockwell,Cesar Rodriguez Bautista,Ryan Rogers,Gal Roiter,Andrew Ross,Jesús Ruiz Torres,Lucita Rule,James Russell,Karim Sahai,Zoe Saker-Norrish,Peter Salter,Christoph Salzmann,Geoff Samuel,Adolfo Sanchez,Kyle Sandilands,Victor Sanz Fernandez,Alessandro Saponi,Tarkan Sarim,Michael Sarkis,Mag Sarnowska,Horst Sarubin,Rohan Satyanand,Carlo Scaduto,Adrian Scherger,Jeremy Schichtel,Michael Schier,Caterina Schiffers,Jordan Schilling,Markus Schneider,Jennifer Schoo,Marcus Schoo,Florian Schroeder,Brian Schultz,Andreas Schuster,Jorge Schwarzhaupt,Nick Schwyter,David Scott,Madeleine Scott-Spencer,Bryan Searing,Craig Seitz,Paolo Emilio Selva,Todd Semmes,Jaewoo Seo,Yeongho Seol,Miguel Sepulveda,Paul Seyb,Nathaniel Seymour,Amir Shachar,Thrain Shadbolt,Glen Sharah,Janet Sharpe,Sam Sharplin,James Shaw,Holly Inyoung Shin,Tomoko Shin,David Short,Andrew Sidwell,Martin Simcock,Jayson Simpson,Chrystia Siolkowsky,Karl Sisson,Anna Sitjà,Brett Skinner,Olaf Skjenna,Howard Sly,Lori Smallwood,Stephen Smart,Adam Brett Smith,Cameron Smith,Marc Smith,Simon J.H. Smith,Eva Snyder,Perry Hyunwoo Sohn,Michael Solon,John Sore,Eddie Soria,Michael Spence,Jonas Sperl,Melissa Spicer,Marco Spitoni,Christoph Sprenger,Ryan Stafford,Mark Stanger,Joe Statham,Albrecht Steinmetz,Giulia Stermieri,John Stevenson-Galvin,Eric Stewart,Anna Stillaman,Matteo Stirati,Bernard Stock,Paul Story,Max Stummer,Althea Suarez Gata,Malino Suzuki,Masaya Suzuki,Josh Swanson,Jonathan Swartz,Sarah Swick,Ben Swinbanks,Raqi Syed,Sebastian Sylwan,Gaku Tada,Reynold Tagore,Hirofumi Takeda,Cornelia Tan,Eric Tang,Matthew Tateishi,Andrew Taylor,Ben Taylor,Bridget M. Taylor,Sompong Teekasathien,Felix Telfer,Eteuati Tema,Chris Templeman,Adrian Teng,Tim Teramoto,Kieran Tether,Raphael Thiery,Michael Thingnes,Amy Thomas,Callum Thomas,Gareth Thomas,Ben Thompson,Jon Thorsen,Kevin Titcher,Ricardo Tobon,Glenn Tocher,Ryan Todd,Helder Tomas,Alexander Toms,Daniele Tosti,Mariko Tosti,William Tousignant,Connor Tracy,Clélia Tran,Quan Tran,Wayne Traudt,Diego Trazzi,Christine Troianello,Denis Trutanic,Matt Tuffin,Brent Tyler,Miquel Ubeda,Jimmy Uddo,Riaan Underwood,Stephen Unterfranz,Claudius Urban,Aaron Urquhart,Razvan Vacar,Justin van der Lek,James Van Der Reyden,Phil Van Der Reyden,Jason Van Haverbeke,Andy van Straten,Kara Vandeleur,Beck Veitch,Armando Velazquez,Jean-Baptiste Verdier,Eric Vidal,Marco Vidaurre,Laura Voglesong,Tarquin Vosper,Andreja Vuckovic,Reed Wade,David Wahlberg,Chris Walker,Danny Walker,Glen R. Walker,Sean Noel Walker,Faye Walkington,Brenda R. Wallace,Angus Ward,Ben Warner,Andrea Weidlich,Pete Wellington,Glenn Wells,Angelo White,Kevin Whitfield,Antoine Whyte,Tobias Wiesner,Gavin Williams,Pete Williams,James Willingham III,Nicholas Wilson,Stephen Wilson,Erik Winquist,Marie Witt,Chris Wolak,Paul Marcus Wong,Roger Wong,Joshua H. Wood,Reuben Wood,Clare Woodford-Robinson,Pete Woodley-Page,Cordelia g Woods,Leon Woud,Andy Wright,Tzuen Wu,Piotr Fox Wysocki,Xian Xiao,Junying Xu,Casey Yahnke,Jeff Yanik,Rayeon Yeem,Viki Yeo,Stacy M. Yoi,Dennis Yoo,Elliott Young,Joyce Young,Matthias Zeller,Mohand Zennadi,Susan Zwerman,Seb Abante,Ruben Gerardo Alfaro Moreno,Michael Colburn,Joseph B. Conmy IV,Lince Francis,Josh Handley,Antoine Letouzey,Rebecca-Louise Leybourne,Victoria Livingstone,André Léger,Aaron Urquhart,Garrett Winters|
|Stunts||Ted Alderman,Jason Ament,John L. Armijo,Elizabeth Austin,Ted Barba,Hunter Baxley,Brandon Beckman,Tim Bell,Chad Bowman,Jake Brake,Sean Paul Braud,Chris Brewster,Jeff Brockton,Chelsea Bruland,Deejay Buras,Janene Carleton,David Castillo,Trace Cheramie,Alvin Chon,Jason Chu,Whitney Coleman,Tim Connolly,Stephen Conroy,Brandon Cornell,Charles Croughwell,Liam Day,Ashleigh Dejon,Rockey Dickey Jr.,Arturo Dickey,Vladimir Djuric,Tony Donno,Michael Endoso,Marny Eng,Chris J. Fanguy,Eddie J. Fernandez,Guy Fernandez,Cliff Fleming,Cory Fleming,Tait Fletcher,Darin Fujimori,Kieran Gallagher,Jeff Galpin,Lex D. Geddings,Isaac Hamon,Gabriel Hansen,Reid Harper,Regis Harrington,Leigh Hennessy,Jeremy Hollis,Adam Horwitz,Jeff Hotte,Ashley Nicole Hudson,Keith Jardine,Noah Johnson,Brian L. Keaulana,Danny Kim,Richard King,Mark Kubr,Theo Kypri,Scott Lang,Don Lee,Rose Leiker,Sli Lewis,Jake Lombard,Deven MacNair,Kortney Manns,Hans Marrero,Tony McFarr,Larry McGhee,Michael McGuire,John Meier,J. Travis Merendino,Wendy Miklovic,Nathan Moore,Vanessa Motta,Anthony Moyer,Josh Mueller,Jennifer Mylrea,Carl Anthony Nespoli,Mark Norby,Daniel Norris,Terry Notary,Daniel T. O’Brien,Holly O’Quin,Brian Oerly,Michael Owen,Garrik Palumbo,Travis Parker,Kara Petersen,Chuck Picerni Jr.,Freddie Poole,Gary Powell,Gary Price,George Quinones,Rush Randle,Alec Rayme,Suzanne Reed,Kevin Reid,Greg Rementer,Meredith Richardson,Brittany Romatowski,Michelle Rose,Jon Sakata,Eric R Salas,Met Salih,Kasim Saul,Felipe Savahge,William Scharpf,Erik Schultz,Mike Seal,Jared Shaw,Jared Shaw,Brendan Shea,Larry M. Shorts,Nathan Siebring,Craig Frosty Silva,Monty L. Simons,Tim J. Smith,Aden Stay,Eric Stratemeier,Tracy E. Thomas,Matt Thompson,TJay Thompson,Albert Valladares,Eric VanArsdale,Kevin Waterman,Chris Webb,Willie Weber,Jessica Williams,Aaron V. Williamson,Timothy Wyant,Josh Yadon,Michael Yahn,Eli Zagoudakis,Erik Schultz|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Phillip Abeyta,Rhea Aldridge,Mark G. Alexander,Skylar Almas,Jay Anderson,Jamie Anderson-Reid,Will Arnot,Gerald Autin,Robert Baird,James Barela,Patrick Barnes,Dacoda Bartels,Mark William Bassett,Christa Beth Watkins,Mike Bicknell,Tim Bird,Matthew R. Blute,John Bonnin,Bryan Booth,Geoffrey Bund,Adam Bunz,Chris Burket,Robin Bursey,Scott Campbell,Rob Cantin,Gary Capo,Rafiel Chait,Scott Chase,Dave Childers,Gregory M. Childers,Andrew Clarke,Jarrid Clinkinbeard,John Clisham,Dale Cole,Steve Condiotti,Michelle Cummins,Jason Blaise Cunningham,John Davi,Sean Davis,Virgile Dean,Andrew Degnan,Darrin DeLoach,Frank Devine,Alan R. Disler,Shawn Dufraine,David Emmerichs,John Emory,Colby Festner,Matt Floyd,Stephen Fouasnon,Dan Fraser,Josh Fritts,Ian Gariepy,Carter Lee Garrett,Tyler Garrett,Damien Giles,Christopher Glasgow,Ian Gledhill,Daniel C. Gold,Dylan Goss,Ted Gregg,Nicholas Groetsch,Shane E. Gros,Duck Grossberg,Henry Guzman,Mark Haas,Christian Hardy,Thomas Harmon,Adam Harrison,Anthony Hart,Corbin Heide,Tim Hennessy,Clark Higgins,John C. Hoffler Jr.,Kyle Hou,Richard A. Hunt,Joshua Huval,Daniel Ippolito,David James,Kyle James-Patrick,Kyle Jenkins,Brook Johnson,Oren Jones,Topher Jones,Barry Kaiser,Kyle Bono Kaplan,Dustin Keller,Samuel Kemp,Namowan Kirby,John Lacy,Richard Landry,Markus Lanxinger,Hai Le,Justin LeBlanc,Ronnie LeBlanc,Chris Leidholdt,Joshua Lilly,Luis Lopez DeVictoria,Scott Luttrell,Jade Maggio,Anthony T. Marra II,Nick Masters,Steve Mathis,Peter McCaffrey,Robert ‘Boomer’ McCann,Mason McGuire,David McKnight,Jeff Meagher,Brad Mear,Hugh Meikle,Nathaniel Miller,Matthew Thomas Moles,Christopher Moone,Tyler Jinx Moore,Glenn E. Moran,Joey Moran,Jonathan Morrill,Robert Morrison,Paul Murphey,Tim Nagasawa,Mike Nami Jr.,Adrian Neri,Adrian Netto,Joern Christian Novotny,Alex Nystrom,Domenic Pacino,Mike ‘Chewie’ Pappas,Dylan Paul,Les Percy,Rachel Perlis,Keith Peterman,Jonathan Plaeger,Brian Posslenzny,Andrey Prikazchikov,Jason Prowell,Rell Putt,Jesse Regimbal,Chad Rivetti,Alicia Robbins,Scott Ronnow,Donald Roth,Joel A. Ruiz,Salomon Saade,Omar Sabeh,Mike Sanchez,Mike Satterfield,Christian Schauz,Christopher A. Schenck,James Selph,Bryce Shaw,Sophie Shellenberger,Frank R. Sims,Erik Skramstad,Rob Skuse,Byron Sparrow,Nathan Spencer,Scott Sprague,Jacqueline Stahl,Scott E. Steele,Brian Stegeman,Hannes Steixner,Patrick Stepien,Baird Steptoe,Justin Steptoe,Joshua Stern,Devon Stinson,Jason Sutton,Mike Tanassee,Chris Taranto,Chad Taylor,Don Telles,David Tenniswood,Jonathan Terpstra,Jeff Therieau,Jason Tidsbury,Kevin Tiesiera,Jarrod Tiffin,Daniel Tkaczyk,Omar Leo Torres,Aaron Toups,John Trunk,Jeffery J. Tufano,Todd Turner,Jesse Valenzuela,Chad Vanko,Art Villasenor,Hancock Walker,Amanda Warning,Justin Watson,Ryan Watson,Chris Weigand,Robin West,Travis Williams,Kevin Willson,David Winner,Marc Wostak,Ann Wraith,Justin Wright,Aaron G. York,Jayden York,Robert Barcelona|
|Animation Department||Nino Aniceto,Sam Baker,Ronan Binding,Moragot Bodharamik,Francesco Canonico,Vincent Caudeville,Ludovic Chailloleau,Julia Jooyeon Chung,Tom Del Campo,Cristina Falcon,Ben Folkman,Nick Fredin,Anneka Fris,Elizabeth Gray,Juani Guiraldes,Huy Ho,David Humphreys,Simon Irvine,Mariya Kalachova,Peter Kasim,Joseph Kim,Will Kistler,Jerry Kung,Julian Legge,Carmelo Leggiero,Adrian Lim,Brad Lincoln,Amy Lu,Christopher Marshall,Aidan Martin,Christine Martineau,Chris Moss,Tina Nischan,Andrew Park,Jose Ignacio Perez-Laorga,Savaliya Rahul,Paul Ramsden,D.C. Sayre,Ryan Sluman,Mark Smith,Jeff Struthers,Elwaleed Suliman,Maciej Sznabel,Danny Gordon Taylor,Caroline Ting,Edwina Ting,Sebastian Trujillo,Roland Vallet,William ‘Rocky’ Vanoost,Jeffrey James Varab,Clare Williams,Clement Yip,Javier Zumaeta|
|Casting Department||Robin Batherson,Lauren Boudreaux,Andrea Brown,Chris Bustard,Johnny Gidcomb,Jaime Harlan,Nina Henninger,Sarah Kliban,Jason Landry,Meagan Lewis,Shayna Markowitz,Tannis Vallely,Nicholas Watts|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Frank Avanzo,Allison Bauserman,Leslie Cairns,Megan Coates,Andrea Cooper,Christian Cordella,Maura ‘Maude’ Cusick,Cathleen Edwards,Dana Embree,Ela Jo Erwin,Heather Ferrell,Alison Fraser,Patricia Gorman,Heidi Hafer,Dana Kay Hart,Ashley Heathcock,Juliana Hoffpauir,Kathy ‘Kertesz’ Houghton,Heidi Howell,Jennifer Kamrath,Lindsay Kouri,Brittany Lathan,Janice MacIsaac,Gayle Merindino,Dan Moore,Muto-Little,Chris Nausley,Lauren Nicotera,Alison Parker,Ute Porath,Ellie Schultz,Shelly Shaw,Laura Faye Sirkin-Brown,Giselle Spence,Susan Strubel,Hans Georg Struhar,Olivia Vestina Torres,Pamela Waggoner,Colin Wilkes|
|Editorial Department||Matt Blouin,Paul Carlin,Burton Chatelain Jr.,Greg Curry,Rob Doolittle,Laurent Dupepe,Gregory Earls,Travis Flynn,Dustin Frost,David Gallegos,Alex Gilbert,Rob Grant,David B. Hall,Shane Harris,Anna Holley,Vince Hughes,Katherine Kane,David Kashevaroff,Illya Laney,Rudy Lopez,Michael T. Marlett,Timothy Llewellyn Moxey,Jeffery L. Parks,Christian Prejza,Melissa Remenarich-Aperlo,Jon Rocke,Tyler Ruocco,Matthew Simpson,Joseph Slomka,Stefan Sonnenfeld,John Tripp,Christina E. Wasell,Emily Denker,Brian Gee,Ian Sullivan|
|Location Management||Joaquin Aragon,Armando Boquiren,Cole Boughton,Deejay Buras,Erin Burns,Al Caldwell,Sean J. Donnelly,Elijah Eastlund,Johnny Eastlund,Rene Fabre,W. Harry Fortuna,Mark David Fox,Charlie French,Bret Jolliffe,Kohl Jones,Catou Kearney,Simon Lake,Julian Marles,Winston McNulty,Patrick Mizell,Bonny Northcott,Dana Olson,Norris Ortolano,Codie Scott,Gail Stempler,Nick Thomas,Jason Waggenspack|
|Music Department||Paul Apelgren,Rick Baptist,Joan Beal,Mark Beasom,Samela A. Beasom,Josh Bedlion,Connie Boylan,Eric Bradley,Leanna Brand,Aleta Braxton,Warren Brown,Reid Bruton,Jeff Bunnell,Katie Campbell,Bill Cantos,Vincent Cirilli,David Coker,Craig Copeland,Andrea Datzman,Peter Doubrovsky,Bernie Dresel,Andrew Duckles,Sam Estes,Mark Gasbarro,Nancy Gassner-Clayton,Gregory Geiger,Michael Geiger,Arnold Livingston Geis,Michael Giacchino,William Kenneth Goldman,Jenny Graham,Clayton Haslop,Ayana Haviv,Vahe Hayrikyan,Todd Honeycutt,Scott Hosfeld,Alex Iles,Joel Iwataki,Laura Jackman,Nicholas Jacobson-Larson,Jeff Kryka,Armen Ksajikian,Sharmila Guha Lash,Songa Lee,Edie Lehmann Boddicker,Mark LeVang,Jon Lewis,Michael Lichtenauer,Tawnee Lynn Lillo,Norman Ludwin,Guy Maeda,Baraka May,Darrin McCann,Aaron Meyer,Andrea Miller,Julie Minasian,Dick Mitchell,Rebecca Morellato,Scott Oatley,Carolyn Osborn,Bobbi Page,Cameron Patrick,Emil Richards,Steve Richards,Walter Rodriquez,Heidi Schnauppauff,Ann Marie Sheridan,Fletcher Sheridan,Tim Simonec,Sally Stevens,Kimberly Switzer,Karl Vincent,Suzanne Waters,Greg Whipple,Gerald White,Reggie Wilson,Ed Zajac,Ryan Huntley Andrews,Thomas Cavanaugh,Kris Dirksen,Felix Erskine,Ellen Ginsburg,Patrick Houlihan,Frank Macchia,Joe Stone,Robin Stout,Superhuman,A.J. Teshin,Liam Westbrook,Karen Whipple|
|Script and Continuity Department||Jody Blose,Trisha Burton,Andrea Devaux,Tracy L. Moody|
|Transportation Department||Virgil Bienemy,Danny Bress,Myron D. Bunch,Charley Bob Burnham,Stephen Carr,Daniel Davis,Ben Derrick,Nick Diomis,Rafal Dybowski,D’Arcy Faulkner,Bart Figueiredo,Victor Formosa,Duke Foster,Cody Frost,Mark Hava,Mark Hoeppner,Cody Johnson,Gregory ‘Stepper’ Jones,Mary Jumpierre,Brian Kay,Dannie Lenz,Ryan Moroz,Shawn O’Hearn,Ian Overson,Nick W. Pastrano,Poland Perkins,Patrick Peña,Bea S. Rembeczky,Albert Samson,Jeffrey G. Wicker,Steven Willhoite,Christy Zeller|
|Additional Crew||Charlotte Adams,Andre Aggi,Mike Aichholz,Ava Amundsen,Steve Apostolina,Brooke Arata,Michael Arnona,Philip E. Austin,Greg Baglia,Maggie Baird,Maggie Baron,Roy Barrios,Stephen Benabo,Melique Berger,Sharon Bernius,Lisa Berridge,David Berón,Anna L. Blanchard,Kristen Blaum,Melanie A. Bonhomme,Daniel Booko,Mark Bosia,Susan Boyajian,Patrick Brazile,Gregg Brilliant,Laura Brooks,Ashley Muncaster Brown,Jennifer Brown,Ray Brown,Trisha Burton,Jesse Cabral,Lisa M. Calhoun,Allison Calleri,Richard Cansino,Cecilia Carcamo,Hélène Cardona,Simon Carrigan,Tom Carson,Jessica Chamberlin,Jason Chan,Frederick W. Chandler Jr.,Alison Cherry,Virginia Child,June Christopher,Alan Chu,Sam Chung,Andrea Claret,Robert Clotworthy,Cristie Schoen Codd,Timothy Coggins,Paula Holt Colligan,Benton Collinsworth,Catherine A. Cospelich,Felicia Craggs,Rafi Crohn,Trang Dang,Christopher Darga,Justin Davis,Vicki Davis,Hilton Jamal Day,Gabe de Kelaita,Neil Dickson,Kevin Dorman,Zack Earl Edwards,Richard Epcar,Edward Fair,Daniel Fisch,Jeffrey Todd Fischer,Anna Luz Fisher,Cliff Fleming,Cory Fleming,Dustin Fleming,Matthew Ford,Alison J. Forest,Patricia Foster,Samuel Foster,Rob Fournier,Julianne Gabert,Doug Gagnon,Kryzz Gautier,Tyler Gibbs,Johnny Gidcomb,Jean Gilpin,Selena Ginger,Michaela Girouard,Josephine L. Gordon,David Goryl,Kasandra Greene,Jordan Gurren,Andrew Gutu,Katey Ha,Justin M. Hamilton,Kerry Hansen,Danielle Hartnett,Michael Herron,Andrew Heyl,Robert Higginbotham,Matthew P. Higgins,Dan Hindes,Brian Hollars,Brandon Hollyer,Baily Hopkins,Megan Huguet,Lacey Hulsey,Kris Hurd,Hettie Lynne Hurtes,Mark Ivanir,Sebastian James,Kirk Jarrett,Kaylee Johnson,Gordon Juli,Laina Kaffenberger,Gabriel Kerlegand,Chris Kibler,Michele Maria Kitagawa,Jessica Kivnik,Garry Knight,Janet Lane,Lex Lang,Stacy Lauricella,Peter Lavin,John Lavis,Carl Lawson,Michele Lee,Susan Leslie,Hope Levy,Dirk Q. Long,Sarah Long,Andy Luce,Lauren Machado,James Macolino,John Malakoff,Verner Maldonado,Jason Marconi,Devin Marshall,Jakel Marshall,Cristen Martemucci,Misty McClure,Donnie McCormick,Dan McCrory,Mimi N. McGreal,Peter McGrew,Luke McMeeken-Ruscoe,Ernie Merlan,Chrissy Metge,Maddy Meyburgh,David Michie,David Midgen,Cara Miller,Bárbara Morelos-Zaragoza,Roderick Dryden Morrison,Jody Mullins,Taylor Newman,M. Michelle Nishikawa,Matt Nolan,Terry Notary,Biff O’Hara,James Michael Otero,Paul Pape,Devika Parikh,Marion Pejaire,Courtney Peldon,Laura Pena,Cody Peterson,Leah M. Peterson,Chrystee Pharris,Victor A. Pineda,Juan Pope,Kenneth Pratt,Liz Probst,Ben Pronsky,Rio Prystay,Brie Puneky,Leslie Quan,Ryan Redmond,Patrick Reese,Virle S. Reid,Titus Reynolds,Angel Ribolla,Jarod Ridge,Stephanie Riggio,Emily LaRene Roberts,Alexandre Robichaud,Al Rodrigo,Reba Rowe,Gabriel Enrique Salas,Alexander Salazar,Brian Sampson,Rodney Saulsberry,Phil Scalisi,Ian Schimpf,Andres Sepulveda,Jenny Slaydon,Leonard Smiley,James R.W. Smith,Jason Grant Smith,Julieann Snow,George J. Steiner Jr.,Adam Stephenson,Alan Stevenson-Galvin,David Stickler,Larie Stoley,Cindy Strecker,Valerie Strecker,Jason Sutton,Shane Sweet,Chris Tambosso,Arthur Terzis,Byron Thames,Bethany Tibbo,Louisa Velis,Kate Venables,Conner Verreaux,Sally Villasenor,Popeye Vogelsang,Vanessa Waters,Stephen Daniel Wayne,Jonathan Wester,Konrad Damian Wieclawski,Douglas Wilcox II,Olga Wilhelmine,Lisa Wilhoit,Alexander B. Williams,Ryan Willison,Scott Willman,Lesley Wise,Matthew Wolf,Sean Wolput,Tashia Wong,Laurie Wright,Arjun Yadav,Craig Young,Kenneth Yu,Lynnanne Zager,Ruth Zalduondo,Dave Zeller,David Zyler,Ehren Adams,Tyler Atkinson,Johnny Calloway,Sheila Erdmann,Felix Erskine,Christopher Garner,Andrea Smith,David A. Starke|
|Genres||Action, Adventure, Drama|
|Companies||Chernin Entertainment, Ingenious Media, Soho VFX|
|Countries||USA, UK, Canada|
|Languages||English, American Sign Language|
|Keywords||ape,planet of the apes,post apocalypse,sequel,leader|