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Fifty Shades Darker is a 2017 American erotic romantic drama film directed by James Foley and written by Niall Leonard, based on E. L. James s 2012 novel of the same name. The second installment in the Fifty Shades film series and the sequel to the 2015 film Fifty Shades of Grey, it stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan as Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey, respectively, with Eric Johnson, Eloise Mumford, Bella Heathcote, Rita Ora, Luke Grimes, Victor Rasuk, Kim Basinger, and Marcia Gay Harden in supporting roles.
Principal photography on Fifty Shades Darker and its sequel Fifty Shades Freed (2018) began on February 9, 2016, in Paris and Vancouver. It was released in the United States on February 10, 2017. The film grossed over $380 million worldwide against its $55 million budget, but received negative reviews for its screenplay, acting and narrative, though some of the performance received some praise. At the 38th Golden Raspberry Awards, the film received nine nominations; including Worst Picture, Worst Actor (Dornan) and Worst Actress (Johnson), and won two for Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel, and Worst Supporting Actress (Basinger).
After Anastasia Steele left Christian Grey, he has nightmares about his abusive childhood. Meanwhile, Ana begins a new job as an assistant to Jack Hyde, an editor at Seattle Independent Publishing (SIP) whose last three assistants all quit within only 18 months.
Ana runs into Christian at the opening of her friend José Rodriguez s photography exhibit. She is dismayed Christian bought all of José s portraits of her. He wants her back and agrees to “no rules, no punishments, and no more secrets” terms. He also tells her that his birth mother was a crack-addicted sex worker.
As Jack and Ana head for an after-work drink, she is approached on the street by a young woman resembling her. Christian arrives at the bar and is cool towards Jack, then quickly departs with Ana. She dismisses Christian s warning about his reputation, and is annoyed that he is considering buying SIP. Jack tells Ana he expects her to accompany him on a New York book expo trip, but after speaking with Christian, she agrees not to go.
Shortly after, Ana again sees the same woman watching them from afar. Christian avoids answering about her identity, but later explains she is Leila Williams, a former submissive. After their contract ended, she wanted more, but he didn t. Leila married a man who later died, causing a nervous breakdown. She has been stalking him ever since.
Prior to the Grey family s annual charity ball, Christian takes Ana to Esclava, a beauty salon owned by Elena Lincoln. A family friend, she is also Christian s former dominant who introduced him to the BDSM lifestyle by sexually assaulting him when he was a minor. Ana is furious that Christian took her there, and that they are business partners after all that. At the ball, Christian s sister Mia mentions that he was expelled from four different schools for brawling.
Christian tells Ana that his biological mother overdosed and died. He was alone with her body for three days before being taken to the hospital where Dr. Grace Trevelyan Grey worked; she cared for and later adopted the young boy. During the ball, Ana rebuffs Elena s demand that she leave Christian, warning Elena to stay away. Arriving home, she and Christian discover Leila has vandalized Ana s car.
When Ana tells Jack she won t be attending the expo with him, he attempts to sexually assault her while they are alone at work, but she evades him and escapes. Christian exerts his influence to have Jack fired, and Ana is promoted to acting editor in his place. Christian asks Ana to move in with him and she agrees.
At Ana s apartment, Leila, there waiting for her, threatens her with a gun. Christian and his driver/bodyguard, Jason Taylor, enter and Christian disarms Leila by becoming her dominant once more. Ana, deeply disturbed seeing his need to be dominant, leaves, returning several hours later. Christian is furious at her unexpected absence, but Ana needs time to consider their relationship. He, distraught at the idea of Ana leaving him, submissively drops to his knees, confessing he is not a dominant, but a sadist who enjoys hurting women who look like his birth mother (like Ana). He insists he wants to change. Christian later proposes, but Ana needs time to consider this before accepting.
Christian leaves on a business trip, piloting his own helicopter. An engine failure occurs over Mt. St. Helens, forcing him to ditch the craft in a heavily forested area. A massive search and rescue ensues. As Ana fearfully awaits news, he arrives home safely. Ana, realizing how much she loves him, accepts his marriage proposal.
At Christian s birthday, Elena accuses Ana of being a gold digger. Ana orders her to stop interfering. Christian overhears and dismissively tells Elena she taught him how to fuck while Ana taught him how to love . Grace overhears the conversation and demands Elena leave for good; Christian also cuts all ties with her. Later that evening, Christian formally proposes to Ana, this time with a ring, and she accepts. As fireworks erupt in the sky, Jack Hyde watches the festivities from afar, silently swearing revenge against them.
- Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Ana Steele
- Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey
- Eric Johnson as Jack Hyde, Ana s boss at SIP and stalker.
- Eloise Mumford as Katherine Kate Kavanagh, Anastasia s best friend and roommate, who is in a relationship with Christian s older brother, Elliot Grey.
- Bella Heathcote as Leila Williams, one of Christian s former submissives.
- Rita Ora as Mia Grey, Christian s adoptive younger sister.
- Jennifer Ehle as Carla Wilks, Anastasia s mother (Unrated Edition).
- Luke Grimes as Elliot Grey, Christian s adoptive older brother.
- Victor Rasuk as José Rodriguez, one of Anastasia s friends.
- Max Martini as Jason Taylor, Christian s bodyguard and head of security.
- Bruce Altman as Jerry Roach, president of SIP.
- Kim Basinger as Elena Lincoln, Christian s business partner and former lover.
- Marcia Gay Harden as Grace Trevelyan-Grey, Christian s adoptive mother.
Universal Pictures and Focus Features secured the rights to the trilogy in March 2012, and Universal is the film s distributor. The first book of the series was adapted into a film by the same name, and released on February 13, 2015. The adaptation was produced by Focus, Michael De Luca Productions, and Trigger Street Productions. In March 2014, a producer of the first film, Dana Brunetti, had said there were, as of then, no solid plans to make a sequel. Before the first film opened, there was high anticipation from fans for the sequel. When the first film premiered at a special fan screening in New York City on February 6, director Sam Taylor-Johnson announced that the book sequels Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed would also be adapted, with the first to be released in 2016. Right after the announcement, the director told Digital Spy that it s not my decision, and I haven t been privy to any of the discussions.
On March 25, 2015, Taylor-Johnson officially left the franchise. On April 2, 2015, Deadline confirmed that De Luca had left Sony Pictures to return to Universal to produce the Fifty Shades sequels. On April 22, 2015, it was announced that E. L. James husband, Niall Leonard, would write the script for the sequel. In April 2015, Universal Pictures chair Donna Langley told The Hollywood Reporter that the second installment would be more of a thriller. In July 2015, it was confirmed that singer Rita Ora would reprise her role, Mia Grey, in the sequel. On August 20, 2015, it was revealed by Deadline that James Foley was the front-runner to direct the sequel and third film Fifty Shades Freed, while the studio was also eyeing other directors, including Rebecca Thomas, Mark Pellington, and Tanya Wexler, and talks with Foley had not yet begun. On November 12, 2015, TheWrap confirmed that Foley would direct both sequels, which would be shot back-to-back in 2016, with Michael De Luca and Brunetti returning to produce, along with E. L. James. Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan were confirmed to return for the sequels.
On January 28, 2016, Kim Basinger joined the film, to play Elena Lincoln, Grey s business partner and former dominant, while Luke Grimes, Eloise Mumford and Max Martini were set to reprise their characters from the first film. On February 5, Bella Heathcote was cast as Leila, one of Grey s former submissives. In the same month, Eric Johnson was cast to play Jack Hyde. On February 18, Robinne Lee and Fay Masterson joined the film s cast. On February 26, Tyler Hoechlin was cast to play Boyce Fox, and on April 7, it was reported that Hugh Dancy had joined to play Dr. John Flynn, Grey s psychiatrist; neither actor appeared in the finished film.
Principal photography was initially set to begin in Vancouver in June 2015. However, it was later postponed due to delays in the script. It was later reported that filming would begin in February 2016 in Vancouver, while the studio North Shore Studios was booked for the film. In November 2015, Universal Studios announced that the film and Freed would be shot back-to-back, with principal photography scheduled to commence in early 2016. Filming took place in Paris and Vancouver from February 9, 2016, to July 12, 2016, under the working title, Further Adventures of Max and Banks 2 & 3. Principal photography concluded on April 11, 2016.
The film s soundtrack was released in two separate versions; one for the 19 popular artists songs used in the film, and another separate release for the original score composed for the film by Danny Elfman. Two of Elfman s themes were also included on the popular artists version of the soundtrack release. The film s theme song, I Don t Wanna Live Forever by Zayn and Taylor Swift was released on December 9, 2016. The following month, on January 13, 2017, Halsey released the soundtrack s next single, Not Afraid Anymore .
On September 15, 2016, Universal released the film s first official trailer, which amassed an unprecedented 114 million views in its first 24 hours, from various digital platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and Instagram. It received more than 2.5 million views on the film s official Facebook page. Over 39.4 million views came from North America, while 74.6 million views came from over 32 international markets, including the U.K., Mexico and France. This broke the previous record, held by Star Wars: The Force Awakens, when it received 112 million views in the same amount of time in October 2015. The record was later surpassed by the second trailer for Disney s Beauty and the Beast, with 127.6 million views in November 2016.
On November 10, 2016, the sequel was given an R rating by the MPAA for strong erotic sexual content, some graphic nudity and language.
In Canada, the film was classified under 18A for its sexual content in all provinces except Quebec. In Quebec, which has a different rating system, it was classified under 16+ for its eroticism . In the United Kingdom, the film was given an 18 certificate for strong sex .
In the Philippines, the film received an R-18 rating from the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB), which means that only moviegoers aged 18 years and above can watch the film, due to its strong sexual content.
In New Zealand, the film was originally rated R18 along with Fifty Shades of Grey, however in 2019 the film was lowered to R16 for sex scenes, offensive language & nudity.
Fifty Shades Darker was released on February 10, 2017, by Universal Pictures.
The Digital HD was released on Amazon and iTunes on April 25, 2017, while the DVD/Blu-ray debuted on May 9, 2017, and took the number one spot in sales.
Fifty Shades Darker grossed $114.5 million in the United States and Canada and $266.5 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $381.1 million, against a production budget of $55 million.
In the United States and Canada, Fifty Shades Darker opened alongside two other sequels, The Lego Batman Movie and John Wick: Chapter 2, and was projected to gross $32–40 million in its opening weekend. It earned $5.72 million from Thursday night previews at 3,120 theaters, down from the $8.6 million grossed by its predecessor two years prior, but still the sixth-best Thursday preview gross for an R-rated film. The film made $21.5 million on Friday, down 30% from the first film s $30 million opening day, but topped the box office that day. It went on to debut to $46.6 million, down 45% from the first film s $85.1 million, and finished second at the box office behind The Lego Batman Movie ($53.0 million). The film grossed $11 million on Valentine s Day, marking the second-highest amount for when the holiday fell on a weekday, behind The Vow ($11.6 million in 2012), and bringing its five-day gross to $61.5 million. In its second weekend, the film grossed $20.3 million, again finishing second at the box office behind The Lego Batman Movie. This marked a 56.5% drop from its first weekend gross, and was only $2 million behind the amount the first film grossed in its second weekend ($22.3 million), only that marked a drop of 73.9% from its respective debut. In its third weekend, it grossed $7.7 million, dropping to 5th at the box office.
Outside North America, the film was simultaneously released in 57 countries, and was expected to gross $115–155 million over its first three days. It ended up grossing $97.8 million in its opening weekend, the fourth largest R-rated international opening of all-time. Its top grossing locations included Germany ($11 million), the United Kingdom ($9.7 million), France ($8.7 million), Brazil ($7.5 million), Italy ($6.8 million), and Russia ($6.7 million).
Much like its predecessor, Fifty Shades Darker received negative reviews from critics, who criticized its screenplay, narrative and Dornan s and Johnson s performance. On review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 11% based on 206 reviews, with an average rating of 3.23/10. The site s critical consensus reads, Lacking enough chemistry heat or narrative friction to satisfy, the limp Fifty Shades Darker wants to be kinky but only serves as its own form of punishment. On Metacritic, the film has a score of 33 out of 100, based on 39 critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale, an improvement over the C+ earned by its predecessor, while PostTrak reported filmgoers gave it an 82% overall positive score and a 68% definite recommend .
Richard Roeper gave the film two out of four stars, saying: This is one good-looking, occasionally titillating, mostly soapy and dull snooze-fest. Vince Mancini of Uproxx acknowledged the film s flaws, but said watching the film was enjoyable, noting, Narrative sloppiness aside, as an outsider, sitting through Fifty Shades Darker was a reasonably diverting experience, odd, dumb fun made even more fun by an audience that whooped and shouted at the screen during sex scenes. I didn t really get it, but I enjoyed the feeling of them having fun, though at two hours plus, it s a bit of a slog.
Manohla Dargis writing for The New York Times expressed similar ambiguous opinions regarding the content of the film, stating:
I was still rooting for Ms. Johnson in Fifty Shades Darker, even if it proved tough going. Once again, the story involves the on-and-off, tie-her-up, tie-her-down romance between Anastasia Steele (Ms. Johnson) and her billionaire boyfriend, Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan), a guy with sculptured muscles, expensive playthings and dreary issues. Stuff and kink happens: A gun is fired, a would-be rapist is punished and Anastasia is bound hand and foot. Mostly, she advances and retreats (repeat), mewls and moans, and registers surprise each time Christian tries to dominate her outside the bedroom, evincing the kind of stalkerlike behavior that usually leads to restraining orders.
Richard Brody of The New Yorker described the film as inferior to the first, and found fault in the change in directors, stating:
Some of the greatest Hollywood melodramas (such as Douglas Sirk s Magnificent Obsession) featured plotlines of an even more extravagant absurdity than that of Fifty Shades Darker. Their extreme artifice became a framework for extreme ideas and extreme emotions, even in an era of extreme public reticence about what goes on in the bedroom. The freedom of the current age of sexual explicitness invites realms of characterization—and of intimate imagination—that the first film in the Fifty Shades series hints at and the second one utterly ignores. Fifty Shades Darker s indifference to its characters identities, conflicts, and desires is matched by its indifference to its own cinematic substance. The film s bland impersonality is grotesque; its element of pornography isn t in its depiction of sex but in its depiction of people, of relationships, of situations that, for all their unusualness, bear a strong psychological and societal resonance. There s nothing wrong with Fifty Shades Darker that a good director couldn t fix.
|Golden Raspberry Awards||Worst Picture||Michael De Luca, Dana Brunetti, E. L. James, Marcus Viscidi||Nominated|
|Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel||Fifty Shades Darker||Won|
|Worst Director||James Foley||Nominated|
|Worst Actor||Jamie Dornan||Nominated|
|Worst Actress||Dakota Johnson||Nominated|
|Worst Supporting Actress||Kim Basinger||Won|
|Worst Screen Combo||Any combination of two characters, two sex toys or two sexual positions||Nominated|
|Worst Screenplay||Niall Leonard||Nominated|
|Golden Trailer Awards||Best Romance TV Spot||Universal Pictures, Trailer Park||Nominated|
|Grammy Awards||Best Song Written for Visual Media||Jack Antonoff, Sam Dew & Taylor Swift for I Don t Wanna Live Forever||Nominated|
|International Online Cinema Awards||Best Original Song||Zayn Malik & Taylor Swift for I Don t Wanna Live Forever||Nominated|
|Satellite Awards||Best Original Song||I Don t Wanna Live Forever||Nominated|
The final installment of the trilogy was filmed back-to-back with Fifty Shades Darker and was released on February 9, 2018.
|Plot||While Christian wrestles with his inner demons, Anastasia must confront the anger and envy of the women who came before her.|
|Awards||Awards, 5 wins & 12 nominations|
|Writers||Niall Leonard, E.L. James|
|Stars||Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Eric Johnson|
|Produced by||Dana Brunetti,Michael De Luca,E.L. James,Marcus Viscidi|
|Music by||Danny Elfman|
|Cinematography by||John Schwartzman|
|Film Editing by||Richard Francis-Bruce|
|Casting By||Laray Mayfield,Corinne Renard-Bendjadi,Julie Schubert|
|Production Design by||Nelson Coates|
|Art Direction by||Peter Bodnarus,Craig Humphries,Jeremy Stanbridge|
|Set Decoration by||Carolyn ‘Cal’ Loucks|
|Costume Design by||Shay Cunliffe,Karin Nosella|
|Makeup Department||Dennis Brandt,June Brickman,Rosalina Da Silva,Dorothee Deichmann,Renee Dombrosky,Jane English,Megan Harkness,Deja Marie Iannone,Amber Kemper,Evelyne Noraz,Danna Rutherford,Mitchell Stone,Debra Wiebe,Akemi Hart,Karly Paranich,Jennifer Popochock|
|Production Management||Barbara Kelly,Graham Stumpf,Marcus Viscidi,Sean T. Stratton|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||David Arnold,Scott J. Ateah,Paul Barry,Karin Behrenz,Kameron Bodaly,Michael Collins,Victoria de LaBoulaye,Ime Etuk,Erica Fabian,James LaRocca,Philip Nee Nee,Amanda Petura,Eddy Santos,Paul Vallespi,Beth Welch,Amanda Zotek|
|Art Department||Mark Anderson,Tara Arnett,Renee Baril,Perry Battista,Brent Boates,Katharina Brand,Jared Brown,Loree Cameron,Matthew Campbell,Mike Church,Dylan Dowd,David Dowling,Elena Dresser,Leah Duhamel,Terry Foerster,Doug Hardwick,Scott Holburn,Jan Holmsten,Melina Humphries,Marianne Kaplan,Aron Koel,Lindsay Ledohowski,Ed Lefebvre,Spencer Louttit,Mark MacPhee,Ali Macrae,Jim Magdaleno,Kate Marshall,Nick Mather,Annastacia McDonald,Steve Miller,Reuel Minard,Jay Mitchell,Paula R. Montgomery,Debra Mortensen,Shannon Murphy,D. Martin Myatt,Elliot Neck,Géraldine Nicolo,Dave Nishihata,Jordan Grant Pedersen,Dan Petrescu,Christopher Pottruff,Jim Ramsay,Steven Reintjes,Kris Sandberg,Tonya Soules,Jan Stenc,Jeremy Turley,Adriaan Wagner,Kyle White,Leah Wiebe,Nelson Bush|
|Sound Department||Christopher Alba,Matt Cavanaugh,Jason Chiodo,Ismail Daif,Dane A. Davis,Ian Ferguson,Stephanie Flack,Jeff Gomillion,Matthew W. Kielkopf,Oleg Kulchytskyi,Tim Limer,Bill Meadows,Frank A. Montaño,Alyson Dee Moore,Christopher Moriana,Mark Noda,Eliza Pollack Zebert,Jon Taylor,Tony Wyman|
|Special Effects by||Alex Burdett,Dylan Broughton Cole,Charles Desrosiers,Andrew Kearney,Eric Lemay,Malcolm Mott,Adam Tayler,Andrew Verhoeven|
|Visual Effects by||Susavan Aditya,Wakeel Ahmad,Christopher Antoniou,Lijo K. Baby,Aymeric Ballester,Juan Barrales,Isaac Barter,Jo Ann Cordero Belen,Daisy Bonar,Greg Butler,Paul Chavez,Christopher Cram,Stanley A. Dellimore,Josephine Dinata,Nancy Duff,Scott Eade,Bill Eyler,Rebecca Fair-Lien,Vikas Ganer,Abhishek Ghorui,Nitin Gite,Utkarsh Gupta,Kevin T. Hahn,Stu Hunter,Ross Johnson,Sarah ‘Jo’ Johnson,Rajesh Kumar K.V.,Tyler Kehl,Madhuri Reddy Kona,Uma Krishnamurthy,Sujay Kumar G.,Fredrik Larsson,Bryan Litson,Suraj Makhija,Zack Mazerolle,Nick Murphy,Prakash Murughendra,Varshini Naveen Kumar,Amanda Ninness,Andrew Osis,Mario Pace,Jonak Roy,Braden Scheck,Satish Kumar Singh,Sina Sultani,Kallan Treadwell,Saphir Vendroux,Raghav Verma,Chris A. Wilson,Tobias Graa Winblad,Somyi Yang,Andrew Bain,Kranti Sarma|
|Stunts||Ed Anders,Scott J. Ateah,Guy Bews,Byron Brisco,Janene Carleton,Lisa Chandler,Brent Connolly,Fraser Corbett,Mike Crestejo,Jason William Day,Devy Dyson,Ryan Ennis,Ryan Handley,Leif Havdale,Ahnika Hendrickson,Dar Hicks,Alex Jordyn Lee,Maya Macatumpag,Crystal Mudry,Alice Naigeon,Dan Redford,Rich Rutherford,Jeff Sanca,Todd Scott,Kimani Ray Smith,Heath Stevenson,John Ulmer,Timothy Wallace,Brennan Walstrom,Kye Walstrom,Owen Walstrom,Paul Wu,Maestro Porus Irani|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Mark Allan,Scott Andrew Armstrong,Jeffery Bjorgum,Jacob Bond,Jeff Bonny,Michael Jean Bretones,Andy Brown,Joel Canard,Fanny Coustenoble,Charles Crivier,Christopher Crivier,Jean-Pascal Czap,Drew David,Jesse Deacon,Sean Devine,Antonin Drigeard,Jean-François Drigeard,Thierry Durand,Nathan Easterbrook,Camille Fabry,Joey Feffer,Franck Fiquet,Lukas Fournier,Ian Fox,Marcus Fung,Vincent Garat,Mickael Georgeault,Dan Gorval,Peter N. Green,Doane Gregory,Jeff Harvey,Steve Itano,Randy A. Jablonka,James M. Jackson,Simon Jori,Michael Kelem,Dubin Kim,Alar Kivilo,Todd Kristianson,Doug Lavender,Laurent Malek,Taylor Matheson,Tom Mitaux,Bryce Munro,Curtis Nicholls,Kim Olsen,Rodrigo Carcamo Parga,Phil Pastuhov,Kyle Petitjean,Sasha Proctor,Alex Reno,Arthur Reynolds,Olivier Rodriguez,Kat Ruston,Olivier Sargatal,Jared Slater,Keyon Slowly,Calum Smith,Jeffrey P. Soderberg,Brandon Sparkes,Frédéric Thurot,David Tickell,Jason Tidsbury,Todd Turner,Olivier Valet,Roger Vernon,Spencer Village,Lance White,Spencer Whitney,Aaron Wik,James Williams,Carrie Wilson,Tyler Woeste,Adriene Wyse,Laurent Wémama,Jeff Zwicker,Ronald Hersey,Bob Webeck|
|Casting Department||Stéphanie Alamandovic,Andrea Brown,Shaelin Fritzsch,Andrea Hughes,Errin Lally,Paige Orr,Paul Vallespi,Brittani Ward,June E. Watson,Natasha Wehn|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Isabel Bloor,Ren Boggio,Jaclyn Charlton,Phuong Chau,Jennifer Christenson,Céline Collobert,Jennifer Dawson,Grace Delahanty,Kelli Dunsmore,Judith Feller,Tara R. Hinecker,Kathy Houghton,Kimberlee Iblings,Lana S. Krause,Janice MacIsaac,Michelle Mal,Karin Nosella,Katie Saunders,Sarah Schuessler,Shelly Shaw,Danielle White,Brooke Wilcox,Mariela Zapata|
|Editorial Department||Paul Carlin,Alexis Corrigan,Anthony Corsi,Alden Delos Santos,Chris Dewolde,Leeza Diott,Jason Dougherty,Ben Estrada,Annie Johnson,Ken Lebre,George Papuashvili,Jared Pecht,Mary Prendergast,Stephen Regnier,Jonathan Smiles,Stefan Sonnenfeld,Jennifer Spenelli,Ian Sullivan,John Tripp,Bill Ceresia,Jordan Schulz|
|Location Management||Jason Durocher,Mark A. Freid,Tonya Hartz,Joel Hurley,Jane Victoria King,W. Robert Millar,Bruna Padilha,Paul Riordan,Theodora Ter-Akopowa|
|Music Department||Bill Abbott,Pete Anthony,Steve Bartek,Steve Bauman,Jacqueline Brand,Bethany Brinton,Daniel A. Brown,Tom Brown,David Buckley,Jeff Bunnell,Jina B. Choi,Nicolette Di Dia,George Doering,Danny Elfman,Candy Emberley,Steve Erdody,Peter Erskine,Luke Flynn,Madeline Frick,Ross Gasworth,Amir Hossein Ghezelbash,Julie Gigante,Mark Graham,Trevor Handy,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,Hillary Holmes,Riley Hughes,Mikel Hurwitz,Songa Lee,Rachel Levy,Greg Loskorn,Darrin McCann,Melisa McGregor,Lucia Micarelli,Danita Ng-Poss,Denise Okimoto,Sara Parkins,Victor Pesavento,Katia Popov,Jason Poss,Annie Rosevear,Peter Rotter,Angie Rubin,Dennis S. Sands,Dana Sano,Naomi Sato,Edgardo Simone,Natalie Smulevich,Noah Scot Snyder,Charlie Tyler,David Walther,Roger Wilkie,Joe Zimmerman,Gina Zimmitti,Blitz//Berlin,Nate Tronerud|
|Script and Continuity Department||Suze Dunbar,Sandra Montgomery,Anna Rane,Joecy Shepherd|
|Transportation Department||Stephen Carr,Danny Dispirito,Victor Formosa,David Greenbaum,Brian Gurney,Ronnie King,John Landon,Bonnie Lena,Gwen MacQueen,Dan Marrow,Alexandre Petellat,Rick Rasmussen,Larry Tardif,Corey Tufts,Rick Wiley,Mike Witherington,Shilo Lavallee|
|Additional Crew||Mickael Abbate,Troy Adamson,Guy Adan,Mike Aichholz,Ashleigh Ayers,Alex Barnes,John Bilicki,Trevor Boughey,Michael Buster,Kohli Calhoun,Jazmine Campanale,Kirstie Campbell,Niall Cassin,Samantha Chisari,Ali Claire,Ricky Cuevas,Peter Cummings,Jacqueline Dallamore,Antonio Decossio,Kristen Detwiler,Nikki Elek,James Fantin,Kelly Fordham,Justin Gallagher,Lisa Gladue,Donna Glasser-Hancock,Richard Graham,Matt Granger,Steve Gray,Brendan James Griffin,Rosmarie Heimbach,Jeff Hotte,Kylan Huacuja,Faria Khan,Adam Kleaman,Jennifer Kornelson,Janet Lane,Domonique Magee,Rachel Markus,Devin Marshall,Julie McQueen,David Moore,Tim Moshansky,Tom Motz,Justin J. Nelson,David Nguyen,Frédéric North,Danny Ostir,Stephen Ostir,Kirsten Ovstaas,Monica Perez Gelbman,Korey Petrie,Andrea Rana,Roxanne Rejfek,Jarod Ridge,Ryan Robertson,Bo Rouck,Jacqueline Ryan,Stephane Savoie,Brendan Schell,Sam Schlenker,Doug Scroggins III,Colleen Sestan,Rebecca Sianez,Carmen Siegers,Brett Stewart,Andrew Suttar,Jason Taylor,Randy Thomas,Elisa Valenzisi,Emily Varnell,Guy Villeneuve,Chrisoula Vlassopoulos,Kylie Walchuk,Kathleen Whelan,Roger Williams,Chloe Yellin,Garson Yu,Joseph Gabay,Maggie Martin|
|Companies||Universal Pictures, Perfect World Pictures, Michael De Luca Productions|
|Countries||USA, China, Japan|
|Keywords||sex scene,sexual harassment,bondage,billionaire,proposal|