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Sully (also known as Sully: Miracle on the Hudson) is a 2016 American biographical drama film directed by Clint Eastwood and written by Todd Komarnicki, based on the 2009 autobiography Highest Duty by Chesley Sully Sullenberger and Jeffrey Skiles. Tom Hanks stars as Sullenberger, with Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney, Anna Gunn, Autumn Reeser, Holt McCallany, and Jamey Sheridan. The film follows Sullenberger s January 2009 emergency landing of US Airways Flight 1549 on the Hudson River, in which all 155 passengers and crew survived – most suffering only minor injuries – and the subsequent publicity and investigation.
Sully premiered at the 43rd Annual Telluride Film Festival on September 2, 2016, and was released in the United States by Warner Bros. on September 9, 2016, in conventional and IMAX theaters. The film received positive reviews from critics and grossed over $240 million worldwide, but created controversy with its fictionalized portrayal of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) as prosecutorial and closed-minded. The American Film Institute and National Board of Review both selected it as one of their ten best films of 2016, and it received an Academy Award for Best Sound Editing nomination at the 89th Academy Awards.
On the afternoon of January 15, 2009, Captain Chesley Sully Sullenberger and First Officer Jeff Skiles board US Airways Flight 1549 from LaGuardia Airport to Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Three minutes into the flight, at an approximate altitude of 2,800 ft (850 m), the Airbus A320 strikes a flock of birds, damaging both engines. Without much time to think, they judge themselves unable to reach nearby airports (Teterboro Airport being the closest), and Sully ditches the aircraft on the Hudson River. Though with mild injuries, the crew and passengers evacuate without any fatalities. Sully is hailed a hero, but the incident leaves him traumatized. He tries coping by drinking alcohol, but finds himself unable to escape the attention from the press, that is not only targeting him, but also his family.
Still in New York City for investigation reasons, Sully learns that preliminary data from ACARS suggest that the left engine was still running at idle power. Theoretically, it still had enough power to land the plane at either LaGuardia or Teterboro. Furthermore, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) claims that several confidential computerized simulations show similar results. Sully and Jeff firmly insist otherwise, and this opposition gradually intensifies the relationship of both parties.
The NTSB suspects it may be a case of a pilot error, which would end Sully s career. He arranges to have the simulations rerun with live pilots, then relayed to the public. They result in successful landings. Sully argues that the simulations are unrealistic, because they do not take human factors into account, such as the element of surprise, the time required for analysis and decision-making, and the significantly higher stakes he and Jeff faced; the simulation pilots knew in advance of the situation that they would face and of the suggested emergency action, were able to practice the scenario several times, had no passengers to think about, and were in no danger themselves. The NTSB accepts his criticism, and the simulations are rerun with a 35-second pause before the plane is diverted. The LaGuardia rerun ends with the plane landing short of the runway, and that to Teterboro with a crash into buildings before the airport. The NTSB announces that analysis of the port engine, now recovered from the river, confirms Sully s account that it had indeed been seriously damaged by the bird strike, and concludes that Sully had acted correctly during flight 1549. Sully credits everyone on board, the air traffic controllers, the ferry crews and the emergency response teams for the successful outcome.
- Tom Hanks as Chesley Sully Sullenberger Blake Jones as Sullenberger at 16 years old
- Blake Jones as Sullenberger at 16 years old
- Aaron Eckhart as Jeff Skiles
- Laura Linney as Lorraine Sullenberger
- Mike O Malley as Charles Porter
- Anna Gunn as Dr. Elizabeth Davis
- Jamey Sheridan as Ben Edwards
- Ann Cusack as Donna Dent
- Autumn Reeser as Tess Sosa
- Molly Hagan as Doreen Welsh
- Jane Gabbert as Sheila Dail
- Holt McCallany as Mike Cleary
- Chris Bauer as Larry Rooney
- Patch Darragh as Patrick Harten
- Jerry Ferrara as Michael Delaney
- Max Adler as Jimmy Stefanik
- Sam Huntington as Jeff Kolodjay
- Michael Rapaport as Pete the Bartender
- Wayne Bastrup as Brian Kelly
- Valerie Mahaffey as Diane Higgins
- Jeff Kober as L. T. Cook
- Molly Bernard as Alison
Vince Lombardi, the captain of the first ferry to reach the downed plane, appears as himself. Katie Couric also appears as herself. David Letterman appears via archive footage from the night he interviewed the real crew of Flight 1549 who are digitally swapped with their film counterparts.
The film is based on Sully s autobiography Highest Duty, rights to which were optioned by producers Frank Marshall and Allyn Stewart in 2010. They developed the screenplay with Stewart s partner executive producer Kipp Nelson, hiring screenwriter Todd Komarnicki. From the start, Sullenberger wanted the film to encompass that sense of our common humanity , noting that the incident had taken place shortly after the 2008 Great Recession. He explains: People were wondering if everything was about self-interest and greed. They were doubting human nature. Then all these people acted together, selflessly, to get something really important done. In a way, I think it gave everyone a chance to have hope, at a time when we all needed it. Komarnicki said the difficulty was not depicting the landing in the river, but the investigation afterwards: It wasn t really a challenge of what to do with the event since that is the thing everyone knows about, it was more about how you parse out the information about the man slowly falling apart and becoming a hero in the eyes of the world when internally and with the investigators it was actually seemingly going the other way.
By June 2015, it was reported that Tom Hanks was already in talks to play the lead role of Sullenberger. Much of the rest of the cast was announced in August (with Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney, Holt McCallany, and Jamey Sheridan joining), September (Jerry Ferarra), and October (Max Adler, Sam Huntington, and Wayne Bastrup).
Principal photography on the film began on September 28, 2015, in New York City. On October 15, filming started in Atlanta, where a building in downtown Atlanta was transformed into a New York hotel. Most of the film s budget was spent in Los Angeles, where the crash sequence and water evacuation scenes were filmed at Warner Bros. Studios and Universal Studios Hollywood. Filming also took place in North Carolina; Holloman AFB, New Mexico; and Kearny, New Jersey and concluded on November 25, 2015. The film was shot almost entirely with Arri Alexa IMAX cameras. The film was initially going to be framed for IMAX 1.90:1 and protected for 2.39:1, but by the second day of filming, Eastwood said that they were shooting a movie in IMAX and decided to frame for IMAX. However, the film was released in 2.39 in standard theaters and 1.90 in IMAX. The aviation mock-up/props and effects were supplied by Scroggins Aviation Mockup & Effects. They used three retied decommissioned airplanes (Aircraft Mock-up/Props) during the making of the film.
Airplane Props (not flyable)
- Airbus A320 (N627AW) was used in the water landing (ditch) scene at Universal Studios Falls Lake outdoor stage.
- Airbus A320 (N648AW) cockpit section only was used for the filming with Tom Hanks and Aaron Eckhart at the controls. The Cockpit was placed on top of a motion base (gimbal) to create the motion of flight and the hard water landing. It was filmed at Warner Brothers soundstages.
- McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II (Bu. No. 150452) cockpit section only was used for the filming with Tom Hanks at the controls, for his character s flash-back moment of an emergency landing. It was filmed at Warner Brothers soundstages.
Sully premiered at the 43rd Annual Telluride Film Festival on September 2, 2016, and was released in the United States in conventional and IMAX theaters on September 9 by Warner Bros. When deciding when to release the film, Warner Bros. executives had begun circling the first weekend after Labor Day, considering that most adult fall dramas do not begin opening until September or October. However, this meant that the release coincided with the 15th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, which made executives wary as the film contains a dream sequence in which the plane crashes into Manhattan skyscrapers. But Warner Bros. domestic distribution chief Jeff Goldstein and his team nevertheless decided to release at that time because Sully is a story of hope and a real hero who did his job. However, according to Komarnicki, the release date was coincidental rather than planned, and he attributed it to box-office logistics, principally the limited availability of IMAX screens during the summer and at Christmas time.
Sully was released by Warner Home Video on Digital HD on December 6, 2016, with a subsequent Blu-ray, DVD release on December 20, 2016.
Despite being shot, almost entirely, with IMAX cameras and released in IMAX theaters in the 1.90:1 aspect ratio, the home media release did not include the film in that aspect ratio, instead including a cropped 2.39:1 aspect ratio that was used for non-IMAX screenings.
Screening on airplanes
Several major airlines, including American Airlines and British Airways, did not include the movie in their onboard entertainment, since it could upset viewers. Virgin allowed it, to celebrate the fantastic skills, training and dedication of airline pilots .
Sully grossed $125.1 million in the United States and Canada and $115.7 million in other countries for a worldwide total of $240.8 million, against a production budget of $60 million. It broke the September record for biggest global IMAX opening for a 2D film with $5.1 million from 523 IMAX screens, eclipsing the previous record held by The Maze Runner ($4.2 million in 2014). In total it had grossed $10 million in IMAX plays globally.
United States and Canada
In the United States and Canada, Sully was released on Friday, September 9, 2016, across 3,525 theaters, of which 375 were in IMAX, and was initially projected to make $25 million on its opening weekend, with Box Office Mojo projecting $31 million due to its large theater count and positioning. Box office trackers were expecting Sully to launch in the same range as Hanks s 2013 hostage drama Captain Phillips, which opened with $25.7 million, and the 2012 airline drama Flight at $24.9 million. The weekend after Labor Day has historically been a lackluster period for film revenues, although Deadline Hollywood noted that this doesn t apply to the more intriguing titles . Sully was one of four wide releases of that weekend. According to ticket selling website Fandango, it outsold Hanks s previous film, Bridge of Spies in advance ticket sales. It earned $1.35 million from Thursday previews at 2,700 theaters, which marked the biggest of Hanks s career, and was considered strong by Box Office Mojo given that it coincided with the first NFL game of the season. On its opening day it made $12.2 million (including Thursday previews), of which $1.3 million came from IMAX. It is the second-biggest Friday ever for a wide Eastwood opening, trailing behind only the $30 million opening day of American Sniper. In total, it grossed $35 million from its opening weekend, which is one of the top five September openings of all time (or twelfth adjusted for inflation). The debut is the second-biggest wide release opening for an Eastwood movie, behind the $89 million of American Sniper, and Hanks s third-biggest live-action debut behind The Da Vinci Code ($77 million in 2006) and Angels & Demons ($46 million in 2009). It also performed exceptionally well in IMAX, having been shot entirely in that format: for the weekend alone, it brought in a record $4 million from 375 auditoriums, being 11% of the total gross. This broke the previous September weekend record held by The Equalizer of $3.1 million in 2014.
The film continued to dominate the box office, with only a modest decline of 36% to post $21.6 million in its second weekend, despite competition from three new wide releases: Blair Witch, Bridget Jones s Baby and Snowden. It finally lost the top spot in its third weekend, after the releases of The Magnificent Seven and Storks.
Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow were thrilled by these results, as were theater owners, particularly as September tends to see a fall in box offices as schools re-open and new TV shows are marketed. Scott Mendelson of Forbes magazine suggested that the film had potential to surpass $100 million, since Tom Hanks s films tend to be leggy and post big multiples, and Sully is aimed at older audiences who don t usually go to the opening weekend. Deadline Hollywood pointed out that the marketing effort had been key to the robust opening (as well as good reviews and positive word of mouth), despite the absence of both Eastwood and Hanks on social media. The film was released on the 15th anniversary of the infamous September 11 attacks, but Warner Bros. domestic distribution chief Jeff Goldstein said that the anniversary did not post a big – either negative or positive – impact on the film. According to a comScore audience survey, 82% of the moviegoers were older than 25, 80% above 35, and women comprised 56% of the opening weekend. 39% said Hanks was their principal reason for seeing it.
The film opened across 39 countries simultaneously with America and grossed an estimated $10.5 million from about 3,600 screens. IMAX comprised $1.1 million of that from 148 IMAX screens. It scored the biggest opening of any Eastwood film in Russia with $1 million (although it was No. 3 for the weekend behind Ben-Hur and Sausage Party), in the UAE with $1 million, and it was the second biggest in Australia with $2.4 million, where it had the advantage of opening on Father s Day. It was released in Hong Kong during the Mid-Autumn Festival, delivering first place at the box office with $777,000. In Japan, it scored the third biggest opening for Eastwood with $2.3 million, behind American Sniper and Letters from Iwo Jima. Variety predicted it would end its run there with around $15 million. In Brazil, after the aircraft disaster involving the football team Chapecoense, Warner Bros ordered the delaying of the release from December 1 to December 15. The film was released in China during a crowded period (December 9), but managed to score an opening weekend worth $5.5 million from about 5,000 screens.
Outside North America, the biggest markets have been Japan ($13.2 million), Australia ($9.9 million), the UK ($5.4 million), and Italy ($5.1 million).
On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 85% based on 346 reviews, with an average rating of 7.20/10. The website s critical consensus reads, As comfortingly workmanlike as its protagonist, Sully makes solid use of typically superlative work from its star and director to deliver a quietly stirring tribute to an everyday hero. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 74 out of 100, based on 46 critics, indicating generally favorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A on an A+ to F scale, while those at PostTrak gave it a 90% positive score, with 72% saying they would definitely recommend it. 48% said they went to see the film due to interest on Flight 1549 s story, while 40% went because of Hanks.
Peter Debruge of Variety gave a positive review, praising Hanks and saying, This is Hanks show, and he delivers a typically strong performance, quickly allowing us to forget that we re watching an actor. With his snowy white hair and moustache to match, Hanks conveys a man confident in his abilities, yet humble in his actions, which could also be said of Eastwood as a director. IGN reviewer Simon Thompson awarded 9/10, writing: Sully is a beautifully balanced, classily nuanced and hugely engaging film that avoids all the clichéd pitfalls it could have slipped into. Tom Hanks gives one of the best performances of his career and Clint Eastwood s direction is beautiful and rich. It s not just a great movie, Sully is one of the best pieces of cinema that a major Hollywood studio has released this year. Manohla Dargis of The New York Times praised both the film and Eastwood s direction, saying it is economical and solid, and generally low-key when it s not freaking you out .
Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter called it vigorous and involving salute to professionalism and being good at your job . Peter Travers of Rolling Stone gave 3.5 out of 4 stars and wrote, the movie earns your attention and respect by digging deep, by finding the fear and self-doubt inside a man who d never accept being defined as a hero. It s an eye-opener. Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times awarded it 4 out of 4 stars, praising the film as an absolute triumph and saying that Hanks delivers another in a long line of memorable, nomination-worthy performances.
In a negative review, John Anderson of Time wrote, Inevitable is how Sully feels. That, and a little soggy, given that the storyline is rooted not in the few seconds of Sullenberger s defining act of heroism, but in the way his conscience, and the National Transportation Safety Board, plagued him in its aftermath.
Dispute of depiction of NTSB
The film generated controversy for its depiction of the National Transportation Safety Board as antagonistic. In a promotional video preceding the release, Eastwood claimed that the NTSB had railroaded Sullenberger by trying to paint the picture that he had done the wrong thing. After its release, NTSB investigators objected to their portrayal. Christine Negroni wrote in The New York Times that the film s version of the inquiry veers from the official record in both tone and substance , depicting the investigators as departing from standard protocol in airline accident inquiries and instead fictionalizing them as prosecutorial and closed-minded . NTSB lead investigator Robert Benzon further disputed the film s depiction, saying that investigators weren t out to embarrass anybody at all , while a former NTSB investigator expressed concern that moviegoers would take it as evidence of government incompetence .
While the film has the NTSB presenting flight simulations showing that the airplane could have been landed at an airport, in the actual public hearing, Investigator-in-Charge Robert Benzon stated that These flight simulations revealed that a successful return to LaGuardia or a diversion to Teterboro Airport was not assured . After the film was released Benzon said:
I do not know why the writer and director chose to twist the role of the NTSB into such an inaccurate depiction. Their treatment of the NTSB went very far beyond cinematic license into simple mean-spirited dishonesty. The movie may actually be detrimental to aviation safety. Pilots involved in accidents will now expect harsh, unfair treatment by investigators.
Hanks told the Associated Press that Sullenberger himself was disturbed by the fictionalized version, going so far as to ask (having reviewed an early draft of the script) that the NTSB investigators real names be removed from the characters. According to Hanks, Sullenberger felt that the real-life investigators were not prosecutors and it was not fair to associate them with changes in the story to depict more of a prosecutorial process .
|Award||Date of ceremony||Category||Recipient(s) and nominee(s)||Result||Ref.|
|AARP Annual Movies for Grownups Awards||February 6, 2017||Best Picture||Sully||Nominated|
|Best Director||Clint Eastwood||Nominated|
|Best Actor||Tom Hanks||Nominated|
|Academy Awards||February 26, 2017||Best Sound Editing||Bub Asman and Alan Robert Murray||Nominated|
|Alliance of Women Film Journalists||December 21, 2016||Best Actor||Tom Hanks||Nominated|
|Cinema Audio Society Awards||February 18, 2017||Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Motion Picture – Live Action||James Ashwill, Bobby Fernandez, Jose Antonio Garcia, Thomas J. O Connell, Tom Ozanich and John Reitz||Nominated|
|Critics Choice Awards||December 11, 2016||Best Picture||Sully||Nominated|
|Best Actor||Tom Hanks||Nominated|
|Best Adapted Screenplay||Todd Komarnicki||Nominated|
|Best Editing||Blu Murray||Nominated|
|Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association||December 13, 2016||Best Actor||Tom Hanks||5th Place|
|Hollywood Film Awards||November 6, 2016||Hollywood Actor Award||Tom Hanks||Won|
|Japan Academy Film Prize||March 3, 2017||Outstanding Foreign Language Film||Sully||Won|
|Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild||February 19, 2017||Feature-Length Motion Picture – Contemporary Hair Styling||Patricia Dehaney and Jose Zamora||Nominated|
|MPSE Golden Reel Awards||February 19, 2017||Feature English Language: Dialogue/ADR||Bub Asman, Alan Robert Murray, Hugo Weng and Katy Wood||Nominated|
|Palm Springs International Film Festival||January 2, 2017||Icon Award||Tom Hanks||Won|
|People s Choice Awards||January 18, 2017||Favorite Dramatic Movie||Sully||Nominated|
|Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor||Tom Hanks||Won|
|San Diego Film Critics Society||December 12, 2016||Best Editing||Blu Murray||Won|
|San Francisco Film Critics Circle||December 11, 2016||Best Actor||Tom Hanks||Nominated|
|Satellite Awards||February 19, 2017||Best Actor||Tom Hanks||Nominated|
|Best Adapted Screenplay||Todd Komarnicki||Nominated|
|Best Visual Effects||Sully||Nominated|
|Society of Operating Cameramen||February 11, 2017||Camera Operator of the Year – Film||Stephen Campanelli||Nominated|
|St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association||December 18, 2016||Best Actor||Tom Hanks||Nominated|
|Visual Effects Society Awards||February 7, 2017||Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature||Mark Curtis, Tyler Kehl, Bryan Litson, Michael Owens and Steven Riley||Nominated|
|Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association||December 5, 2016||Best Editing||Blu Murray||Nominated|
|Plot||When pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger lands his damaged plane on the Hudson River in order to save the flight’s passengers and crew, some consider him a hero while others think he was reckless.|
|Awards||Nominated for 1 Oscar, 14 wins & 36 nominations total|
|Writers||Todd Komarnicki, Chesley Sullenberger, Jeffrey Zaslow|
|Stars||Tom Hanks, Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney|
|Produced by||Bruce Berman,Clint Eastwood,Frank Marshall,Jessica Meier,Steven Mnuchin,Tim Moore,Kipp Nelson,Kristina Rivera,Allyn Stewart|
|Music by||Christian Jacob,Tierney Sutton Band|
|Cinematography by||Tom Stern|
|Film Editing by||Blu Murray|
|Casting By||Geoffrey Miclat|
|Production Design by||James J. Murakami|
|Art Direction by||Kevin Ishioka|
|Set Decoration by||Gary Fettis|
|Costume Design by||Deborah Hopper|
|Makeup Department||Luisa Abel,Carrie Angland,Gary Archer,Elena Arroy,Brynn Berg,Cheryl Daniels,Patricia Dehaney,Carolyn Elias,Gary English,Kimberly Felix,Todd Kleitsch,Donna Martin,Susan Schuler-Page,Katrina Suhre,Nancy Tong,Jose Zamora,Ruth G. Carsch,Debra-Lee Davidson,Jennifer Jefferson,Ashley McGuire,Ren Rohling,Marsha Shearrill,Matthew Silva,Nico Sohn|
|Production Management||Holly Hagy,Tim Moore,Jason Pomerantz,Ray Quinlan,Mark Scoon|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||David M. Bernstein,Paula Case,Clark Credle,Amy Lauritsen,Josh Muzaffer,Narbeh Nazarian,Braheeim Roberts,Arusha Baker,Aaron C. Fitzgerald|
|Art Department||Efrem L. Acosta,Jeff Angelo,Belle Rose Armstrong,Brian Benavides,Elaine Kristin Benavides,Brett Bodek,Michael Bruno,Greg John Callas,Patrice Canfield Longo,Deborah Canfield,Philip Canfield,Anthony Carlino,Mickey Cruz,Rels Douglas,Robert S. Dressel,Patrick Duncan,Marcus Epps,Giovanni Ferrara,Matthew Lee Flory,Sara Gardner-Gail,Greg Gonzalez,Michael Gregan,Robert Griffon Jr.,Damon Hahn,Jeffrey Harris,Chris Heaps,Ryan Heck,Chryss Hionis,Mark Hitchler,William G. Hoffner,Margaret Hungerford,Tedd Keith,Tyler Kettenburg,Mayumi Konishi-Valentine,David Ladish,Lauri Lannan,Eliot Levin,Amanda Longo,Nancy Lowry,Mark W. Mansbridge,Frank Mckeever,Rudy Oblak,Michael Okuda,Ron Petagna,Mike Pierce,Stacy Poitras,Julien Pougnier,Edward J. Protiva,Rahmon Rose,Sam Rosedietcher,Dervin Sabater,David Scott,Randy Severino,Michael Sexton,Eric Sherlin,Brett C. Smith,Michael D. Valdes,Frankie Walker,Dara Watson,Bryan Wieczezak,Travis Wright,Colin Brantley,Kim Breece,Francesco franco Ferrara,Emil Malm,Susan Tanner,Marc Tantin,Julie Vash,James Bryant Wactor,Michael Robert Zieper|
|Sound Department||James Ashwill,Bub Asman,Bradford Bell,Gail Carroll-Coe,Curt Cash,Gary Chambers,Blake Collins,Jack Cucci,John T. Cucci,Mark DeSimone,Michael Dressel,Richard Duarte,John P. Fasal,Jonathan Fuh,José Antonio García,Matthew Iadarola,Jason King,Sean Madsen,Ryan Murphy,Alan Robert Murray,Dan O’Connell,Thomas J. O’Connell,Willard Overstreet,Tom Ozanich,Tony Pilkington,John T. Reitz,Unsun Song,Roland N. Thai,Matt Vowles,Gary Wells,Hugo Weng,Christian Wenger,Katy Wood,Greg Crawford,Tyler Newhouse,Kevin Strahm,Ken Swartz,Brian Tarlecki,Dave Wilson|
|Special Effects by||Ryan Arndt,Marc Banich,Kevin Bowers,Jeff Brink,Carl Campbell,Troy Dederick,Ante Dugandzic,Mike Edmonson,Doug Facciponti,Roland Fullajtar,R.J. Hohman,Nicholas Janaro,Javier Lomeli,Ryan Meinardus,Ken Mieding,Christopher Nelson,Gregory Nic Nicholson,Mark Noel,Ryan A. Riley,Steve Riley,Richard Schwalm,Ryan Senecal,Mark Stanton,Clark Templeman,Vance Vanboxtel,Mario Vanillo,Vincent Vanillo,Taylor Walters,Ross Young,Douglas D. Ziegler,Ken Mieding,Chao-Lin Peter Sun|
|Visual Effects by||David Agudelo,David Alejandro Agudelo,Luis F. Andrade,Raghuwanshi. Arun Singh,Mahesh Balakrishnan,Scott Balkcom,Juan Barrales,Andrew Barrie,Arthur Bayard,Kamal Bhardwaj,Joao Bogossian,Falk Boje,Douglas Braun,Laura Brocato,Boris Bruchhaus,Erik Bruhwiler,Andre Bruto,James Burke,Jeffrey Burt,Pedro Cal,Marco Carboni,Raviraju Challa,Thomas Champon,Anoop Chandran,Vincent Chedru,Anwei Chen,Jacky Chiu,Nabeel Chola,Alex Clarke,Bianca Cuffaro,Mark Curtis,Poprizov Cvetan,Dalmas Rémy,Balaji Degala,Michael DiCarlo,Dejan Dimovski,Jan Dubberke,Adrien Dupont,Denis Dvoryankin,Scott Eade,Sarah Essam,Liz Feldstein,Will Fife,Jasmine Ford-Elgood,Jason Gagnon,Michael Gardiner,Ankush Gawande,Arturo Gomez,Emma Gorbey,David Gower,Todd Groves,Felicity Guan,Aeon Henderson,Marcus Hindborg,David Hirst,Gillaume Hoffmann,Barbara Holmes,Edan Hopper,Sharan Kumar Hosur,Chris Hunsberger,Sachin Ilamkar,Ryan Ingram,Francesc Izquierdo,Shrikant Jain,Alex Jenyon,Ross Johnson,Sarah ‘Jo’ Johnson,Rajesh Kumar K.V.,Mahesh Kanneboina,Tadaomi Kawasaki,Tyler Kehl,Zhu Keyao,Suraj Kaur Khalsa,Mihajlo Kocevski,Anne Putnam Kolbe,Bino Koleski,Nick Kostomarov,Uma Krishnamurthy,Naveen Kumar,Balamurugan Lakshmanan,Seung-Joon Lee,Sun Lee,Chris LeRose,Yann Leroux,Rafael Lescano,Eve Levasseur-Marineau,Renault Shing Lin,Pauline Liquido,Bryan Litson,Kristen Longtin,Kevin Luttrell,Nicholas Lutzko,Daniel López Bolaños,Sreejith Madapattil,Josimar Altamirano Marquez,Matt Marshall,Marlin McGlone,Sarah McMurdo,Ramakrishna Medi,Rebecca Melander,Ryan Mintenko,Brad Moore,Emily C. Moye,Nick Murphy,Sathiya Narayanan,Paresh Navlakha,Frida Nerdal,Amanda Ninness,Sean O’Hara,Tomohiro Okita,Michael Owens,Satisha P.Y.,Suresh Pandi,Elam Parithi,Mallikarjun Patil,Dojchin Petrovski,Goran Petrushevski,Jean Joseph Philip,Emile Poissant,John Polyson,Vikram Prashanth,Sergej Pulios,Dnyandeep Pundkar,Sasha Racette,Skye Radies,Liz Radley,Victor Radulov,Rajabose,Immanuel Rajan,Colin Riley,Adriano Rinaldi,Brian Ritz,Joshua Rivas,Kyle Robinson,Jonak Roy,Rahul Roy,Subhasish Saha,Faozan Salman,Ilija Sazdovski,Jason Adam Schaefer,Erik Schneider,Parker Sellers,Vijay Selvam,SenthilRaja,Liam Skogland,Katherine Smith,Richard Spriggs,Sreevinod,Carl St-Pierre,Michele Stocco,Chao-Lin Peter Sun,Adrian Teng,Alexandra Toth,Julie Tyler,Ron Underdahl,Savio Undrall,Jordan Vanderlinden,Vignesh.Govindaraj,Michael Wachniak,Aaron Weintraub,Nana Yu-Chieh Wen,Markus White,Nick Whiteley,Royston Willcocks,Michael Wilman,Colby Winfield,Tabitha Woodman,Arun Paul Xavier,Shyam V. Yadav,Lexi Young,Jingrui Zhang,Bojana Zozinska,Olivia Adams,Savio Adarsh,Emil Alagjozovski,Mohite Alankar,Stacy Albrecht,Najdovski Aleksandar,Conrad Allan,Prashant Arora,Daniel Baker,Aymeric Ballester,Thomas Bayle-Labouré,George Benson,Lara Berners,John Bilicki,Daisy Bonar,Justin Brekke,Jillian Brooks,Patrick Canning,Enrique Sandoval Castro,Malavika Chandrakanth,Yashvhanth Chandrasekaran,Varghese Chandy,Kirk Chantraine,Paul Chavez,John Abraham Chempil,Soomin Chon,Janny Chou,Michael Chrobak,Alexandre Clermont,Maria N. Collado,Alejandro Corral,Alberto Della Regina,Stanley A. Dellimore,Mark Derksen,Craig Dibble,Zoran Dimanovski,Goran Dimov,Laura Dochtermann,Robyn Ducharme,Victor Manuel Enríquez Díaz,Rogiero Fernández,Jerod Finn,Andrew Fletcher,Katarina Gacevska,Francis Gagnon,Abhishek Ghorui,Xin Steve Guo,Aleksandar Hardi,Jesse Hildreth,Darren Hinchy,Isaac Hingley,David Hipp,Mike Hsu,Ahmed Hussein,Darko Ilievski,Ali Jafargholi,Adithya Kashyap,Thomas Kayser,Ian Kelly,Alison Lake,Fredrik Larsson,Lazetutkovski,Laura LeBlanc,Matt Leonard,Max Leonard,Dipen Majmundar,Sophie Marfleet,Lilly Heart Marriott,Yvonne Mejia,Kim Menaster,Radovan Milosevic,Damjan Minovski,Udit Mohan,Kobi Moldavski,Shannon Moran,Prakash Murughendra,Ricardo Musch,Bobby Myers,Rajakanna Nagarajan,Alok Ogale,Andrew Osis,Negin Paydarfar,Jeff Penick,Ana Sofia Mestre de Almeida Pereira,Christine Peterson,Mile Petrushevski,Becky Philpott,Viktor Plch,Miguel Ponce,Tim Pounds-Cornish,Severine Pozzo,Ankit Priya,Matt Ralph,Zack Rosenblatt,Karlie Carpentier Rosin,Guillem Rovira,Vania Ruano,Gabriela Espinosa Ruiz,Aurore Sabrier,Kranti Sarma,Milan Schere,Yoann Schmid,Matt Schofield,Ira Shain,Connor Smith,Sanchit Soi,Marianne Speight,Nemanja Stavric,Sina Sultani,Greg Takacs,Randy R. Tecson,Jithendran Thottupurath,Sterling Azure Tipton,Joel Tong,Alan Torres,Joseph Towe,Olga Trailina,Jonny Vale,Matteo Veglia,Oliver Velichkovski,Elena Velkova,Saphir Vendroux,Ros Webb,Aaron Weintraub,Erik Werlin,Mike Woodhead,Peter Ji Zheng,Amelie Zunk|
|Stunts||Robin Lynn Bonaccorsi,Chase Coleman,Doug Coleman,Lisa Dempsey,Peter Epstein,Donna Evans,Roy Farfel,Mickey Giacomazzi,Ryan Gray,Brian Machleit,Rob Mars,Allen Robinson,Stephen W. Schriver,Paul E. Short,Mark Vanselow,Alex Anagnostidis,Chris Barnes,Helena Barrett,Scott Alan Berk,Eddie Braun,Rico Burgos,Brian Burik,Scott Burik,Chris Cenatiempo,Jeff Chumas,Eliza Coleman,Whitney Coleman,John Dixon,Jen Egan,Jim Ford,Tommy Goodwin,Adam Hart,Greg Harvey,Alex Huynh,Drew Leary,Bob Marrocco,Ian Mclaughlin,Tim Mikulecky,Jason Northgard,Matthew H. O’Connor,Daniel Pera,Mario Perez,Thomas Place,Allen Robinson,Robert Rodriguez,John Ross,Kerry Rossall,Stephen W. Schriver,Buddy Sosthand,Mallory Thompson,Aaron Toney,Pete Turner,Steve Upton,Thom Khoury Williams|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Tristan Allen,James W. Apted,Keith Bernstein,Dane Bjerno,Hans Bjerno,James Boniece,Greg Brooks,Greg Brooks,Buzzy Burwell,Stephen S. Campanelli,Paul Candrilli,Jason Clairy,Catherine Cravens,Matt Credle,Kelly A. Croke,Doug Dalisera,Max Deleo,Carlos DePalma,Doug Dole,Ross Dunkerley,Eduardo Eguia,Loren Elkins,Damon Fiore,Richard Fiore,Jason C. Fitzgerald,Clayton Fowler,James Frederick,Craig Garfield,Thomas Gibson,Shaun Gilbert,Neil Gold,Jose Gonzalez,Adam Hall,Daniel A Hernandez,Sean Higgins,Jessica Hoffman,Violet Jackson,Anthony Jacobs,Jonathan Kealey,John Lacy,Thomas Lappin,Lane Leagans,Eric Leigh,Mitchell Andrew Lillian,Shaun Lowry,Chris Lumpkin,Joe Macaluso,William MacGhee,Rick Marroquin,Tom Marshall,Matthew C. McCarthy,Brian Minzlaff,Monique Mitchell,Jerad Molkenthin,Greg Morse,Matt Perry,Rick Rader,Donis Rhoden,Tony Rivetti,Mackie Roberts,Steven Robinson,Steve Rogers,Andrew Rowlands,Ryan Russell,Charles Saldana,Randy Schwartz,David Skutch,Nathan Stern,Edward Viola,Greg Waddle,Doug Wall,Roger Wall,James F. Walsh,Mark Wojciechowski,Nick Zeigler,Steve Zigler,Jayson Barber,Dante Cardone,Carlos Castrillon,Jesse Cecchini,Pedro Corcega,Kelly A. Croke,Terry Fitzpatrick,Guillaume Grison,Jared Jordan,Cornelia Klapper,Rob Koch,Denny Kortze,Thomas P. Marshall,John J. Moers,Albert Omstead,Joseph Parker,Christopher Patrikis,Brandon Ponticelle,Rell Putt,Liz Radley,Paris Rich,Sean Roberts,Spencer Rubin,Ernest Rydberg,David Scott,Wayne Swab|
|Animation Department||Ricardo Velez,Denis Dvoryankin,Jason Fittipaldi,Chien-Chia Huang,Shane Richards,Richard Spriggs|
|Casting Department||Melissa Braun,Shay Griffin,Rich King,Kara Revel,Tammy L. Smith,Eve Streger,Alex Cody,Barbara Harris,Jeremy Lambert,Grant Wilfley|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Natalie Arango,Amy Arnold,Cha Blevins,Corey Bronson,Bren Cook,Ann Culotta,Yvette Helin,Matthew Jerome,Mitchell Ray Kenney,Erinn Knight,Katy Macbeth,Sonny Merritt,Andrew M Nelson,Vicente Parada,Kelly Porter,Caroline Quiroga,Ellen Semones,Brett Springirth,Natalie Torres,Zina Arthur,Ani Ferrara,Yvette Helin,Yafi Hoch,Corey Mansfield,Kendra L. Patterson,Shelby Tompkins|
|Editorial Department||Maxine Gervais,Erik Kaufmann,Christine Kim,Kevin R.W. Murray,Jeff Pantaleo,Bob Peishel,Shay Greenfield,Afnahn Khan,Ladd Lanford,Adam Ohl,Loren White,Denise Woodgerd,Darin Wooldridge|
|Location Management||Matthew B. Chamberlin,Nathan Gendzier,Isabel Kleber,Brittany Lackey,Mike James Masumoto,Patrick Mignano,Patrick O’Hala,Kyle Oliver,Elizabeth A. Wright,Matthew B. Chamberlin,Josh Dillard,Faya Madrid,Reed Penney,Donald Stewart|
|Music Department||Mark Adams,Eun-Mee Ahn,Kevin Axt,Charlie Bisharat,Claire Brazeau,Ray Brinker,Rob Brophy,Andrew Bulbrook,Eric Byers,Sandy Cameron,Roberto Cani,Stuart Clark,Rose Corrigan,Brian Dembow,Drew Dembowski,Thomas Diener,Steve Dress,Jay Duerr,Bruce Dukov,Clint Eastwood,Katelyn Faraudo,Alma L. Fernandez,Robert Fernandez,Matthew Funes,Julie Gigante,Opie Gruves,Dylan S. Hart,Tamara Hatwan,Trey Henry,Amy Hershberger,Oscar Hidalgo,Paula Hochhalter,Jim Hoffman,Luanne Homzy,Thomas Hooten,Scott Hosfeld,Alex Iles,Benjamin Jaber,Christian Jacob,Benjamin Jacobson,Pam Jacobson,Alan Kaplan,Dennis Karmazyn,Philip Keen,Brian Kilgore,Chris Kollgaard,Armen Ksajikian,Timothy Landauer,Songa Lee,Dimitrie Leivici,Phillip Levy,Jon Lewis,Lisa Liu,Maya Magub,Shawn Mann,John Mason,Jon Mattox,Ed Meares,Lucia Micarelli,Kenneth Munday,Maria Newman,Helen Nightengale,Jenni Olson,Jessica Pearlman,Barry Perkins,Conrad Pope,Katia Popov,Ben Powell,Joshua Ranz,Bill Reichenbach,Lelie Resnick,Rafael Rishik,Ryan Robinson,Geri Rotella,Peter Rotter,Neil Samples,Marc Sazer,George Kim Scholes,Andrew Shulman,Lisa M. Sutton,Tierney Sutton,Doug Tornquist,Cecilia Tsan,Joann Turovsky,Michael Valerio,Irina Voloshina,Dave Washburn,Mike Whitson,Kevin Axt,Wade Culbreath,Matt Franko,Tom Hardisty,Richie Kohan,David James Rosen|
|Script and Continuity Department||Susan Malerstein-Watkins|
|Transportation Department||Tim Barker,Robert Brubaker,Carls E. Covian,Vinny Dovichi,Tom Leavey,Alana McGaughy,Mike Ortiz,Vince Pecora,Yvette Peterson,Simon Rebis,Domiciano Rodriquez,Larry Stelling,Ryan Allen,Tony Barattini,L. Chip Crosby Jr.,Melissa LaFon,Anthony J. Mignano,Scott Morlan,Jack Jay Reece,Bea S. Rembeczky,Kirk Roberts,Vickie Raynor Robison,Jeremy Stokes|
|Additional Crew||Anna Basso,Denise Blasor,Alexander Bliss,Dorothy Blyskal,Kim Breece,Bob Broder,Jason Bryce,Roxy Burkhart,Bridgett Buss,Emily Cardone-Dennis,Glen Castelazo,Clementine Cayrol,Jamira Cheatham,James Chestnut,Elizabeth Chodar,Christine Choi,Darren Colston,Tristan Cowen,Allan Cox,Michelle Somruthai D’Angelo,Josh Dillard,Sandra L. Dixon,Steffen Dziczek,Austin Elliott,Natalie Marie Fernandez,Ani Ferrara,Amanda Finley,Frances Fiore,Christopher Flippo,Joe Forte,Jordan Foxworthy,John Galbreath,Ryan Gentilucci,Tiana Graziadei,Guillaume Grison,Michael Growler,Kaylie Hamborg,Sarah Harwich,Tammi Jean Haynes,Jane Hicks,Rick Hicks,Matthew P. Higgins,Whitney Hodack,Jamie Horowitz,Jamie Horwitz,Nancy G. James,Kris A. Jeffrey,Jen Jesse,Tanisha Jones,Elizabeth Kacer,Travis Kerr,Kristi King,Brittany Lackey,Angela S. Lee,Veronique Lee,Faleshia Lo,Terence Lorino,Jeff Lowery,Faya Madrid,Corey Mansfield,Peter Marschark,Darin McCormick-Millett,Colten McCranie,Mike McLaughlin,Megan Mieduch,Dennis M. Mitchell II,David Moore,Jamie Moore,Wayne Morse,Jimmy O’Connell,Carly Olsson,Bryan Oprtiza,Chris Papajohn,Jon Privett,Mary T. Radford,Sooki Raphael,Lance Resch-Anger,Bill Richards,Lindsay Rodger,Ulises Rodriguez,Ingrid Ross,Eric Schmidt,Taffy Schweickhardt,Alex Scricco,Doug Scroggins III,Gautam Singhani,Linda Stelling,Donald Stewart,Abby Urban,Jacob Vanillo,Julie Vash,Margarita McClenon Velona,Sean Ware,Lindsey Washington,Chuck Webb,Michelle Chan Wong,Matt Wooddy,Steve Wroe,Danny Yount,Courtnee Zambrano,Charlie Arnold,Judy Bafaro,Tommy Beddome,Richard S. Bellina,Wren Boney,Sam Carmichael,Yvonne Chan,Kristopher Charles,Rosa Costanza,Laurie Gershon,Diane Howard,Anthony Keating,Biz Kopp,Keaton Lange,Charlie Manclark,Molly Merrell,Aaron Moskal,Jes Norris,Boafoa Offei-Darko,Emmanuel Pappas,Amanda Sanchez,Mark Scoon,Michael C. Smith,Elliot Stewart,C.J. Stussi,Steve Swisher,William Thompson,Randy Troy,Barbara Vincent,Patrick Zapata,Stewart J. Zully|
|Companies||Flashlight Films, Hurwitz Creative, Malpaso Productions|
|Keywords||aviation,pilot,investigation,bird sucked into jet engine,airplane accident|