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The Matrix Reloaded is a 2003 American science-fiction action film written and directed by the Wachowskis. It is a sequel to The Matrix (1999) and the second installment in the Matrix film series. The film stars Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving and Gloria Foster who reprise their roles from the previous film, while Jada Pinkett Smith was introduced in the cast.
The film premiered on May 7, 2003, in Westwood, Los Angeles, California, and had its worldwide release by Warner Bros. Pictures on May 15, 2003, including a screening out of competition at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. The video game Enter the Matrix and The Animatrix, a collection of short animations, supported and expanded the film s story.
The film received generally positive reviews from critics, although most felt it inferior to the first film. It grossed $741.8 million worldwide, breaking Terminator 2: Judgment Day s record and becoming the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time, until Deadpool surpassed it in 2016. In addition, it was the third-highest-grossing film of 2003, behind The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King and Finding Nemo. A direct sequel titled The Matrix Revolutions was released six months later in November 2003.
Six months after the events of The Matrix, Neo and Trinity are now romantically involved. Morpheus receives a message from Captain Niobe of the Logos calling an emergency meeting of all ships of Zion. An army of Sentinels is tunneling towards Zion and will reach it within 72 hours. Commander Lock orders all ships to return to Zion to prepare, but Morpheus asks one ship to remain to contact the Oracle. Within the Matrix, the lone ship s crew is encountered by the former Agent Smith, who copies himself over the body of crew member Bane and uses the phone line to leave the Matrix.
In Zion, Morpheus announces the news of the advancing machines. The Nebuchadnezzar leaves Zion and enters the Matrix, where Neo meets the Oracle s bodyguard Seraph, who leads him to her. The Oracle reveals that she is part of the Matrix and instructs Neo to reach its Source with the help of the Keymaker. As the Oracle departs, Smith appears, telling Neo that after being defeated by him, he became a rogue program. He demonstrates his ability to clone himself over other inhabitants of the Matrix, including the new upgraded Agents. He tries to take over Neo s body but fails, prompting a battle between Neo and many copies of Smith. Neo defends himself, but is forced to retreat.
Neo, Morpheus, and Trinity visit the Merovingian, who is imprisoning the Keymaker. The Merovingian, a rogue program with his own agenda, refuses to let him go. His wife Persephone, seeking revenge on her husband for his infidelity, leads the trio to the Keymaker. Morpheus, Trinity, and the Keymaker flee while Neo holds off the Merovingian s henchmen. Morpheus and Trinity try to escape with the Keymaker, pursued by several Agents and the Merovingian s chief henchmen, the Twins. After a long chase, Trinity escapes, Morpheus defeats the Twins, and Neo saves Morpheus and the Keymaker from Agent Johnson.
The crews of the Nebuchadnezzar, Vigilant, and Logos help the Keymaker and Neo reach the Source. The Logos crew must destroy a power plant and the Vigilant crew must disable a back-up power station to bypass a security system, which will allow Neo to enter the Source. Haunted by a vision of Trinity s death, he asks her to remain on the Nebuchadnezzar. The Logos is successful, but the Vigilant is destroyed by a Sentinel. Trinity replaces the Vigilant crew and completes their mission. Agent Thompson corners her and they fight. As Neo, Morpheus, and the Keymaker try to reach the Source, The Smiths ambush them. The Keymaker is killed after unlocking the door to the Source for Neo.
Neo meets a program called the Architect, the creator of the Matrix, who explains that as the One, Neo is himself an intentional part of the design of the Matrix, which is now in its sixth iteration. Neo is meant to stop the Matrix s fatal system crash that naturally recurs due to the concept of human choice within it. As with the five previous Ones, Neo has a choice: either reboot the Matrix from the Source and pick a handful of survivors to repopulate the soon-to-be-destroyed Zion, as his predecessors all did, or go to save the imperiled Trinity, causing the Matrix to crash and killing everyone in it. Neo chooses the latter, prompting a dismissive response from the Architect.
Neo s vision of Trinity comes true as she is shot by Agent Thompson while falling off a building. Before she hits the ground, Neo arrives and catches her. He then removes the bullet from her chest and restarts her heart. They return to the real world, where Sentinels attack them. The Nebuchadnezzar is destroyed, but the crew escape. As the Sentinels catch up to them, Neo realizes he is able to sense the machines in the real world, and telepathically destroys them but falls into a coma from the effort. The crew are picked up by another ship, the Hammer. Its captain reveals that other ships defending Zion were wiped out by the machines after someone prematurely activated an EMP. Only one survivor was found: the Smith-possessed Bane.
- Keanu Reeves as Neo
- Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus
- Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity
- Hugo Weaving as Smith
- Jada Pinkett Smith as Niobe
- Harold Perrineau as Link
- Gloria Foster as the Oracle
- Randall Duk Kim as the Keymaker
- Monica Bellucci as Persephone
- Lambert Wilson as the Merovingian
- Helmut Bakaitis as the Architect
- Nathaniel Lees as Captain Mifune
- Neil and Adrian Rayment as the Twins
- Daniel Bernhardt as Agent Johnson
- Leigh Whannell as Axel
- Collin Chou as Seraph
- Nona Gaye as Zee
- Gina Torres as Cas
- Donald Anjaya Batte as Vector
- Anthony Zerbe as Councillor Hamann
- Roy Jones Jr. as Captain Ballard
- David A. Kilde as Agent Jackson
- Matt McColm as Agent Thompson
- Harry Lennix as Commander Lock
- Cornel West as Councillor West
- Steve Bastoni as Captain Soren
- Anthony Wong as Ghost
- Ian Bliss as Bane
- Clayton Watson as the Kid
Zee was originally played by Aaliyah, who died in a plane crash on August 25, 2001, before filming was complete, requiring her scenes to be reshot with Nona Gaye. Jet Li was offered the role of Seraph, but turned it down as he did not want his martial arts moves digitally recorded.
The Matrix Reloaded was largely filmed at Fox Studios in Australia. Filming began on March 1, 2001 and ended on August 21, 2002, concurrently with the filming of the sequel, Revolutions. The freeway chase and Burly Brawl scenes were filmed at the decommissioned Naval Air Station Alameda in Alameda, California. The producers constructed a 1.5-mile freeway on the old runways specifically for the film. Some portions of the chase were also filmed in Oakland, California, and the tunnel shown briefly is the Webster Tube, which connects Oakland and Alameda. Some post-production editing was also done in old aircraft hangars on the base. The city of Akron, Ohio was willing to give full access to Route 59, the stretch of freeway known as the Innerbelt , for filming of the freeway chase when it was under consideration. However, producers decided against this as the time to reset all the cars in their start position would take too long . General Motors was hired to donate over 300 cars to be used during production, destroying them for the sake of creating art. MythBusters would later reuse the Alameda location in order to explore the effects of a head-on collision between two semi trucks, and to perform various other experiments. It took 27 days to film the Burly Brawl sequence, which was combined with motion capture and CGI. This would become one of the most expensive action scenes, costing $40 million to make. Around 97% of the materials from the sets of the film were recycled after production was completed; for example, tons of wood were sent to Mexico to build low-income housing.
Following the success of the previous film, the Wachowskis came up with extremely difficult action sequences, such as the Burly Brawl, a scene in which Neo had to fight 100 Agent Smiths. To develop technologies for the film, Warner Bros. launched ESC Entertainment. The ESC team tried to figure out how to bring the Wachowskis vision to the screen, but because bullet time required arrays of carefully aligned cameras and months of planning, even for a brief scene featuring two or three actors, a scene like the Burly Brawl seemed almost impossible as envisioned and could take years to composite. Eventually John Gaeta realized that the technology he and his crew had developed for The Matrix s bullet time was no longer sufficient and concluded they needed a virtual camera (in other words, a simulation of a camera). Having before used real photographs of buildings as texture for 3D models in The Matrix, the team started digitizing all data, such as scenes, characters motions, or even the reflectivity of Neo s cassock. The reflectivity of objects needs to be captured and simulated adequately and Paul Debevec et al. captured the reflectance of the human face and Borshukov s work was strongly based on the findings of Debevec et al. They developed Universal Capture , a process which samples and stores facial details and expressions at high resolution, then capture expressions from Reeves and Weaving using dense capture and multi-camera setup (similar to the bullet time rig) photogrammetric capture technique called optical flow. The algorithm for Universal Capture was written by George Borshukov, visual effects lead at ESC, who had also created the photo-realistic buildings for the visual effects in The Matrix. With this collected wealth of data and the right algorithms, they finally were able to create virtual cinematography in which characters, locations, and events can all be created digitally and viewed through virtual cameras, eliminating the restrictions of real cameras, years of compositing data, and replacing the use of still camera arrays or, in some scenes, cameras altogether. The ESC team rendered the final effects using the program Mental Ray.
Don Davis, who composed for The Matrix, returned to score Reloaded. For many of the pivotal action sequences, such as the Burly Brawl , he collaborated with Juno Reactor. Some of the collaborative cues by Davis and Juno Reactor are extensions of material by Juno Reactor; for example, a version of Komit featuring Davis strings is used during a flying sequence, and Burly Brawl is essentially a combination of Davis unused Multiple Replication and a piece similar to Juno Reactor s Masters of the Universe . One of the collaborations, Mona Lisa Overdrive , is titled in reference to the cyberpunk novel of the same name by William Gibson, a major influence on the directors.
Leitmotifs established in The Matrix return — such as the Matrix main theme, Neo and Trinity s love theme, the Sentinel s theme, Neo s flying theme, and a more frequent use of the four-note Agent Smith theme — and others used in Revolutions are established.
As with its predecessor, many tracks by external musicians are featured in the movie, its closing credits, and the soundtrack album, some of which were written for the film. Many of the musicians featured, for example Rob Zombie, Rage Against the Machine and Marilyn Manson, had also appeared on the soundtrack for The Matrix. Rob Dougan also re-contributed, licensing the instrumental version of Furious Angels , as well as being commissioned to provide an original track, ultimately scoring the battle in the Merovingian s chateau. A remixed version of Slap It by electronic artist Fluke — listed on the soundtrack as Zion — was used during the rave scene.
Linkin Park contributed their instrumental song Session to the film as well, although it did not appear during the course of the film. P.O.D. composed a song called Sleeping Awake , with a music video which focused heavily on Neo, as well as many images that were part of the film. Both songs played during the film s credits.
It was originally planned for the electronic band Röyksopp to create the soundtrack, but this offer was turned down.
The Matrix Reloaded earned an estimated $5 million during Wednesday night previews in the United States and Canada. It grossed $37.5 million on its Thursday opening day from 3,603 theaters, which was the second-highest opening day after Spider-Man s $39.4 million. The film earned $91.7 million during its opening weekend and $134.3 million in its first four days, including the previews. This made it not only the second-highest opening weekend of all time, but also the biggest opening weekend for any Warner Bros. film, beating Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone. For six years, the film would hold the record for having the largest number of screenings for an R-rated film until the opening of Watchmen in March 2009. The Matrix Reloaded also surpassed Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones to have the highest Thursday opening. It would hold this record for two years until it was taken by Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith in 2005. Additionally, the film had the highest opening weekend for an R-rated film, overturning the previous record held by Hannibal. With a total gross of $146.9 million, The Matrix Reloaded held the record for having the biggest six-day opening until 2004, when it was surpassed by Spider-Man 2.
The film held the number one spot during its opening weekend, taking the position from X2. This would be handed to Bruce Almighty, which would be later dethroned by Finding Nemo. The opening weekend represented roughly 60% of that weekend s box-office tally, but some box-office prognosticators noted it fell short of lofty expectations set by some in the industry. The Matrix Reloaded and Finding Nemo both teamed up with Bruce Almighty, X2 and Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl to become the first five films to make $200 million at the box office in a single summer season. This was also the fourth R-rated film to cross that mark, just after Beverly Hills Cop, Terminator 2: Judgment Day and Saving Private Ryan.
Internationally, The Matrix Reloaded opened in 13 territories, including Australia and France, and grossed $37.5 million in its first week. It expanded to most international territories (62) the following weekend, except Japan and India, and became the first movie to earn more than $100 million outside the U.S. in one weekend, taking its overseas total to $176 million and worldwide total to $385 million. Grossing over $113.2 million, the film scored the highest international opening weekend, breaking the previous record held by The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. In Japan, it had the biggest opening of any film in the country, earning $11.5 million and smashing the previous record held by Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. There were other opening records in Russia and South Korea. The Japan and South Korea opening records were both given to Spider-Man 3 in 2007. The film ultimately grossed $281.6 million in the US, and $739.4 million worldwide, becoming the third-highest-grossing film of 2003, after Finding Nemo and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. It would have the highest domestic gross for an R-rated film until it was taken by The Passion of the Christ the next year. For over a decade, The Matrix Reloaded held the record for being the highest-grossing R-rated film worldwide before Deadpool took it 13 years later. The film sold an estimated 46,695,900 tickets in North America. Following re-releases, the worldwide gross of the film is $741.8 million.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 74% based on 246 reviews, and an average score of 6.80/10. The site s critical consensus states: Though its heady themes are a departure from its predecessor, The Matrix Reloaded is a worthy sequel packed with popcorn-friendly thrills. On Metacritic the film has a weighted average score 62 out of 100 based on 40 reviews, indicating generally favorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale, a grade down from the A− earned by the previous film.
Positive comments from critics included commendation for the quality and intensity of its action sequences, and its intelligence. Tony Toscano of Talking Pictures had high praise for the film, saying that its character development and writing…is so crisp it crackles on the screen and that Matrix Reloaded re-establishes the genre and even raises the bar a notch or two above the first film, The Matrix. Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times also commended the film, giving it three and a half stars out of four. He described it as an immensely skillful sci-fi adventure, combining the usual elements: heroes and villains, special effects and stunts, chases and explosions, romance and oratory and praised the fact that it develops its world with more detail than the first movie was able to afford, gives us our first glimpse of the underground human city of Zion, burrows closer to the heart of the secret of the Matrix, and promotes its hero, Neo, from confused draftee to a Christ figure in training. He also compared the choreography of the Burly Brawl fight to that of Yuen Woo-ping in the 2000 film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, and called the scene one of the three great set pieces in the movie (along with Morpheus announcement to the people of Zion and the freeway chase).
Negative comments included the sentiment that the plot was alienating, with some critics regarding the focus on the action as a detriment to the film s human elements. Some critics thought that the number of scenes with expository dialogue worked against the film, and the many unresolved subplots, as well as the cliffhanger ending, were also criticized. Other criticisms included the film s perceived lack of pacing. Entertainment Weekly named it as one of The 25 Worst Sequels Ever Made .
The film was initially banned in Egypt because of the violent content and because it put into question issues about human creation, which are related to the three divine religions.
The Matrix Reloaded was released on VHS and DVD on October 14, 2003. On the first day release, the DVD release sold over 4 million units. A Blu-ray release followed on September 7, 2010. The Matrix Reloaded was released as a part of The Matrix Trilogy on 4K UHD Blu-ray on October 30, 2018.
|Plot||Freedom fighters Neo, Trinity and Morpheus continue to lead the revolt against the Machine Army, unleashing their arsenal of extraordinary skills and weaponry against the systematic forces of repression and exploitation.|
|Awards||Awards, 8 wins & 34 nominations|
|Directors||Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski|
|Writers||Lilly Wachowski, Lana Wachowski|
|Stars||Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss|
|Produced by||Bruce Berman,David Forbes,Grant Hill,Andrew Mason,Phil Oosterhouse,Vicki Popplewell,Steve Richards,Joel Silver,Lana Wachowski,Lilly Wachowski|
|Music by||Don Davis|
|Cinematography by||Bill Pope|
|Film Editing by||Zach Staenberg|
|Casting By||Mali Finn,Shauna Wolifson|
|Production Design by||Owen Paterson|
|Art Direction by||Hugh Bateup,Jules Cook,Nanci Noblett|
|Costume Design by||Kym Barrett,Shareen Beringer|
|Makeup Department||Steven E. Anderson,Jason Baird,Karen Bradley,Barney Burman,Jessica Clay,Charmaine Connelly,Rick Connelly,Judith A. Cory,Gretchen Davis,Wendy De Waal,Debra Dietrich,Rick Echols,Kerryn Flewell-Smith,Troy Follington,Maggie Fung,Cindy Gardner,Sean Genders,Tina Gordon,Warren Hanneman,Joel Harlow,Karyn Alexander Huston,Miia Kovero,Michael Krehl,Howard Leonard,Araxi Lindsey,Gilbert A. Mosko,Kris Ravetto,Peter Robb-King,Rick Stratton,Deborah Taylor,Brian A. Tunstall,Jenny-King Turko,Sheldon Wade,David Willis,Victoria Wood,Laurelle Ziento,Kerrin Jackson,Alastair Murray,Andrea Pino,Nadine Wilkie|
|Production Management||Jessica Alan,Daniel R. Chavez,Amanda Crittenden,Mitchell E. Dauterive,Bill Draper,Grant Hill,Debra James,L. Dean Jones Jr.,Pat Lacey,Dermot Leybourne,Simon Lucas,Wil Milne,Paul Ranford,Gerald Scaife|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Deborah Antoniou,Drew Bailey,David R. Ellis,Naomi Enfield,Betty Fotofili,Kent Genzlinger,Michael Green,Dave Halls,Sean Hobin,Bruce Hunt,Samantha McGrady,Kevin McNamara,James McTeigue,John M. Morse,Giovanni Pacialeo,Toby Pease,Kimble Rendall,Claire Richardson,Charles Rotherham,Hamish Roxburgh,Paul Sullivan,Eddie Thorne,Jesse Yoshimura|
|Art Department||Lauren Abrams,John Allan,Kristen Anderson,Mary-Liz Andrews,Emilio R. Aramendia,Tony Bardolph,Thomas A. Barone,Dave Bartlett,Brett Beacham,Jennifer Bennes,Shane Bennett,Simon Bethune,Ian Bickerton,Colette Birrell,Mike Blaze,Kris Boxell,Carl Braga,Phil Brotherton,Mark Buck,Shane Buckallew,Richard K. Buoen,Steve Burnes,Gary Cameron,Andrew Chan,Diana Valia Chen,Richard W. Clot,Godric Cole,Matt Connors,Jules Cook,Matthew Cotter,Martin Crouch,Nick D’Abo,Adrian Dalton,Geofrey Darrow,Laurie Davidson,Kristen Davis,Norm DeCarlo,Ricardo F. Delgado,Brad Diebert,Mark Diggins,Yerant Douvalian,Damien Drew,Tony Drew,Brian Dusting,Guy Hendrix Dyas,Mariano Díaz,Benjamin Edelberg,Jim Edelhauser,Vanessa Edwards,Tom Ehline,Simon Elsley,Shari Finn,Brian Flora,Trish Foreman,Greg Francek,David French,Qris Fry,Marc Gabbana,Christopher Gaw,Roger Gillespie,Darek Gogol,Maya Gorman,Adam Grace,Marcy Guiragossian,Halsted Craig Hannah,Dale Haugo,Joe A. Hawthorne,Aaron Haye,Michael Henry,Brent Heyning,Loren Hillman-Morgan,Mark Hitchler,Gordon Hobkirk,Glenn Hoofman,Joe Hoogerhyde,Sean House,Christian Huband,George Hull,Myron Seth Isaacs,Christian Kastner,Philip Keller,Geoff Kemmis,Tony Kieme,Cindi Knapton,Hannah Knowlton,Darren Le Gallo,Chris Leech,Jacinta Leong,Andrew Lewis,John Lister,Todd Lookinland,Kate Lovejoy,Mark W. Mansbridge,Catherine Mansill,Chris Marinovich,James J. Martin,Jim Martin,John P. Maynier,Claire McCarthy,Tim McGaw,Simon McGuire,Kevin McManus,Thomas Meikle,Rob Menzer,Dave Murphy,Karen Murphy,Marian Murray,Simon Murton,Patrick Musni,Dave Nagel,Ben Nichols,Will Northam,Katsuhiko Okada,John Oster,Slavko Peraic,John Pickering,Miles Pitt,Jim Poynter,Marilyn Pride,Joanna Pullen,Keith Rae,Hamish Raven,Ronald R. Reiss,Charlie Revai,Tom Richardson,Andy Robinson,Bill Roth,Natalie Roth-Corti,Aimee Rousey,Linda Sang,Adam Savage,Matthew Saxon,Hal Schlax,Craig Seamas,Steve Skroce,Danny Strachan,Wantana ‘Meow’ Suesut,Brad Summergreene,Michael Swingle,Christopher Tangney,Chris Tangny,Jocelyn Thomas,Philip Thomas,Nicholas Tory,Michael Turner,Michael Van Dyke,Robert Van Dyke,Janice Van Rooijen,Belinda Villani,Tom Vukmanic,Gavin Walker,Kirstine Wallis,Matt Weeding,Butch West,Lauren Wilbow,Dwight Williams,Philip Worth,Sean Wright,Peter Wyborn,Amanda Clarke,Fon Davis,Lincoln Head,Lawrence Hornbeck,Mark Nonnenmacher,Daniel Pelton,Andrew Pryer,Daniella Rigby,Rpin Suwannath|
|Sound Department||Richard Adrian,Stephen Balliet,Emma Barham,Nancy Barker,Thom Brennan,Stephanie Brown,Rick Camara,David E. Campbell,Rick Canelli,Dane A. Davis,Bill R. Dean,Christopher Eakins,Julia Evershade,John P. Fasal,Stephanie Flack,Angela Hackner,Paul Hackner,David Jobe,Michael Edward Johnson,Mark Johnston,Scott Kinzey,David Kudell,Andrew Lackey,Mary Jo Lang,Mark Larry,David Lee,Eric Lindemann,Mario Lorenzo,Larry Mah,Noel McIntosh,Michael W. Mitchell,Alyson Dee Moore,Scott Morgan,Gerry Nucifora,Thomas J. O’Connell,Martin Pashley,Tony Pilkington,Andy Potvin,Eryne Prine,John T. Reitz,John Roesch,Gregg Rudloff,Fred Runner,Fredrik Sarhagen,Nelson Stoll,Mark van Kool,Donna G. Walker,Bryan O. Watkins,Cynthia DeLaney Gorman,Greg Jefferson,James Azizi Penny,Juan Diego Sánchez|
|Special Effects by||Eric Allard,Leilani Amour Arenzana,Billy Aziz,John S. Baker,John Bennett,Steve Bolan,Al Broussard,Tony Centonze,Steve Courtley,Jabin Dickins,Eric Dressor,Dave Fogler,Lee Kun Fong,Dennis Forry,Scott Fritts,Paul Gorrie,Tristan Hadden,Cat Hart,Rob Heggie,Leo Henry,Matt Heron,Brent Heyning,Richard L. Hill,Steak House,Jamie Hyneman,Paul Katte,Mark Koivu,Jim Leng,Daniel Letch,Damian Lund,Al Marangoni,Pierre Maurer,Hans Metz,Dan Myricks,Josh Neugass,Nick Nicolaou,Dan Oliver,Clay Pinney,Joshua Pinney,David Pride,Thomas Rasada,Tim Riach,Catherine Roehl,Harry Sharp,Arthur Spink Jr.,Sarah Stanbridge,Richard Stutsman,Keith Suzuki,Taj Trengove,David Trethewey,Kevin Turner,Jeff Valdez,Laura Veeder,Arnold J. Verbiesen,Tim Walkey,Matt Ward,Steve Yardley,Phillip Young,Robbie Clot,Eric Cotton,Luke Polti,Bryan Sides|
|Visual Effects by||Aurelia Abate,Chadi Abo,Matthew Adams,Tim Ahern,Charles Anderson,Chris Anderson,Grant Anderson,Christian T. Andrews,Mayumi Arakaki,Allan Arinduque,Daniel Arkin,Oliver Arnold,Vaughn Arnup,Courtney Atinsky,Steve Avoujageli,Jerome Bacquet,Mark Barber,Aaron Barclay,Lyndon Barrois,Yakov Baytler,Jeremy Beadell,Xavier Bec,Bill Beemer,Tory Belleci,Carly Benedet,Jeffrey Benoit,Roy Berkowitz,Niki Bern,Jim Berney,Pete Billington,Vlad Bina,Alicia Bissinger,Emmanuel Blasset,Nicolas Bonnell,Francois Bordez,George Borshukov,Robert Bourgeault,S. 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Harris,Anthony Harris,Rick Hassen,Benjamin Hawkins,Lyndal Heathwood,Niles Heckman,Allen Hemberger,John Hewitt,Brent Heyning,Jep Hill,Bryan Hirota,George Ho,Maura Hogan,Cindy Hong,Ryan Hopkins,Erica Hornung,Rob House,Victor Huang,George Hull,Richard Hurrey,Tom L. Hutchinson,Tristan Ikuta,Adrian Iler,Steven Ilous,Grant Imahara,Rodney Iwashina,John L. Jack,Josh R. Jaggars,Oliver James,Mike Jobe,Joshua H. Johnson,Tobin Jones,Krista Jordan,Greg Juby,Kory Juul,Brad Kalinoski,Joanie Karnowski,Jeff Kasunic,Patrick Keenan,Danny Keller,Keith Kellogg,Mike Kelly,Blaine Kennison,Sevendalino Khay,Gyuri Kiss,Joel Kittle,John Klepper,Mark Kochinski,Robert Komatsu,Stephen Kowalski,Derek Krauss,Christian Kubsch,Rita Kunzler,Takashi Kuribayashi,Ivan La Rosa,Nicki La Rosa,Tashana Landray,Phillip Lang,Oystein Larsen,Gary Laurie,Laurent Lavigne,Jennifer Law-Stump,Mike Leben,Hae-Jeon Lee,John Lee,John J.S. Lee,Kui-Han Lee,Stephanie C. Lee,Mark Lefitz,Mohen Leo,John M. Levin,Jeff Lew,J.P. Lewis,Letia Lewis,Kim Libreri,Scott Liedtka,Rosa Lin,David Lipton,Andy Lomas,Timothy Loughran,Stephen Lunn,Brian Lutge,Michael Lynch,Skye Lyons,Jean Baptiste Lère,Alastair Macleod,John Magdziarz,Richard Mahon,Laurent Makowski,Mark Manfrey,Dev Mannemela,Anthony Mark Viverito,Justen Marshall,Dennis A. Martin,Adam Martinez,Andres Martinez,Nicole Mather,Richard Matsushita,Pierre Maurer,Olivier Maury,Richard McBride,Jolene McCaffrey,Jason McCallum,Kate McCarthy,Matt McDonald,Andrew McDougall,Rodney J. McFall,Erika A. McKee,Sarah McLauchlan,Deborah McNamara,John J. Meehan,Gustav Melich,Meredith Meyer-Nichols,Steve Michel,Neil Michka,Tadao Mihashi,Kirsty Millar,Brett Miller,Kristen Millette,Saki Mitchell,Noah Mizrahi,John Monos,Evangeline Monroy,Rodney Montague,Douglas L. Moore,Ivan Moran,Mike Morasky,Michael Morreale,Amanda Morrison,Jake Morrison,Natalya Lissa Mortimer,Bo Mosley,Michael Mulholland,Enrique Munoz,George Murphy,Stephen Murphy,Cameron Neilson,John Nelson,Mark Nettleton,Sk Nguyen,Ben Nichols,Bruce Nicholson,Fong Nickson,Grant Niesner,Alberto Noti,Rob Nunn,Peter Oberdorfer,Robert Davis Oh,Carina Ohlund,Alfie Olivier,Nancy Ong,William Opdyke,Ethan Ormsby,Carolyn Oros,Alex Orrelle,Andrea Lackey Pace,Phillip Palousek,Laurent Panissier,Sunit Parekh,John Edgar Park,Brice Parker,Adrian Paul,Kira-Anne Pelican,Cristin Pescosolido,Devorah Petty,Jamie Pilgrim,Dan Piponi,Domi Piturro,Danielle Plantec,Jerome Platteaux,Felix Pomeranz,Nick Ponzoni,Bryan Poon,Murray Pope,Jason Porter,Travis Price,Ben Procter,Thomas Proctor,Tom Proost,Qarl,The-Hung Quach,Edward Quintero,Winston Quitasol,Søren Ragsdale,Dave Rand,Dane Rapaport,Mathieu Raynault,Anthony Reyna,Steve Rheinfrank,Eddy Richard,George Richman,Andrew Ritchie,Kyle Robinson,Troy Robinson,Barnaby Robson,Guillaume Rocheron,Greg Rodin,Bob Roesler,Craig Edward Rogers Jr.,Jody Rogers,Daniel Roizman,Jacqueline Rosado,Daniel P. Rosen,Eric Roth,Jake Rowell,Allen Ruilova,James Rutherford,Amy Ryan Gunson,Adam Ryan,Heather MacPhee Ryan,Laleh Sahrai,J.R. Salazar,Rosendo Salazar,Lucas Salton,Ramprasad Sampath,Ronald Samson,Richard Sandoval,Joey Santana,Aidan Sarsfield,Amy Sauro,Adam Savage,John Schlag,Eduardo ‘Lalo’ Schmidek,Mike Schmitt,Andrew Schneider,Janelle Schneider,Ryan Schnizlein,Octavia Mansfield Schweitzer,Gregory S. Scribner,David Seager,Nelson Sepulveda,Jeff Shank,Gregory Shimp,Scot Shinderman,Aaron Singer,Janek Sirrs,Kane Skennar,Matt Sloan,Tom Slovick,David Alexander Smith,Keith W. Smith,Oksana Sokol,Drew Solodzuk,Mark Sopuch,Kate St-Pierre,Bret St. Clair,Joe Stevenson,John Stillman,Marcus Stokes,Joshua Storck,Joe Strasser,Robert Sullivan,Rosanna Sun,Masuo Suzuki,Kenji Sweeney,Steve Switaj,Emi Tahira,Joe Takai,Suan Ching Tan,Bruce Tartaglia,Mika Taylor,Patrick Taylor,Christina Tempelaar-Lietz,Joanne Thiel,Jon Thum,James D. Tittle,Ryan Michael Todd,Marc Toscano,Vincent Toscano,Peter G. Travers,Chris Trimble,Erich Turner,Alex Tysowsky,David Valdez,Nowell Valeri,Ray Van Steenwyk,Alexander Vegh,John Vegher,David Verbeke,Carlos A. Vidal,Dominique Vidal,Bruno Vilela,Andres Vitale,Matthew A. Ward,Martin Weaver,David Weinstein,Barry Weiss,Craig Welsh,Jodie Weston,Bob Wiatr,Neha Wickramasekaran,Shannon Wiggins,Kelly Wilcox,Jeremie Winslow,Fadi Ibrahim Wishahi,Jenny Wolfe-Binder,Frederick Wolff,Amber Wong,Raymond Wong,Janet Yale,Jason Yanofsky,Dylan Yeo,Doug Yoshida,Robin D. Young,Blade Zavier,John Zivkovic,Tony Abejuro,Lauren Abrams,Chris Allen,Chris Anderson,Denise Ballantyne,Jen Cantwell,Andy Chen,Danielle Conroy,Cyril Cosenza,Steve Cronin,Ben De Luca,Matt Dessero,Michael Duhatschek,Todd Fellows,Vincent Fiere,Chris Flynn,Frank Gallego,Robert Gardiner,David Godwin,Steve Griffith,Nelson Hall,Taigne Hammock,Matt Haslam,George Hladky,Stephen Hodges,Aaron Holly,Amanda Instone,Patrick Kavanaugh,Steven Anthony Khoury,René Kuys,Alban Lelièvre,Yoan Lepesme,Flip Livingston,Katie McCaffrey,Fabien Micallef,Tarco Mirza,Jennie Morse,Stephen J. Parker,S. Scott Parrish,Stuart Partridge,Andrew Pearce,Michael Pecchia,Annie Pomeranz,Tony Preciado,Sandra Roach,Michael Root,Marlin Rowley,Juan Rubio,Jeff Sakurai,Jose Samson,Steve J. Sanchez,Steven Seed,Pepe Serventi,Nick Seuser,John Siczewicz,Brian W. Smith,Eric Soulvie,Jeremy Sternberg,Joe Stevano,Sonja Struben,David Tanner,Tylney Taylor,Matt Wallin,Kyle Yamamoto,Scott Younkin,David Zbriger|
|Stunts||Shea Adams,Milan Alavanja,Kenny Alexander,Cameron Ambridge,Hank Amos,Ray Anthony,Andy Arness,David Barrett,Clancy Beck,Keir Beck,Nils Bendix,Paul Borne,Glenn Boswell,Bob Bowles,Troy Brown,Danielle Burgio,Marky Lee Campbell,Rocky Capella,Jack Carpenter,Tiger Hu Chen,Huckle Cleary,Gilbert B. Combs,Tim Connolly,Paul Crawford,John T. Cypert,Jeff Dashnaw,Helen Delaney,Paul Doyle,Tom Dryden,Brian Duffy,Mark Duncan,Mike Duncan,Jared S. Eddo,Nash Edgerton,Ousaun Elam,Sam Elia,Annie Ellis,Tawny Ellis,Debbie Evans,Ashley Fairfield,Christian J. Fletcher,Grant Fletcher,Clay Donahue Fontenot,Gary Fry,Lisa Gabriel,Craig Gale,Helen Gray,Joe Green,Mike Gunther,Nigel Harbach,Thomas Robinson Harper,Freddie Hice,Mick Hodge,Steve Holladay,Lou Horvath,Tommy J. Huff,Charles Ingram,Brendan Jakins,Peter Jeremijenko,David Kilde,Kelsee King-Devoreaux,Henry Kingi,Huen Chiu Ku,Alex Kuzelicki,Chi Tai Lam,Dion Lam,Kevin Larson,Larry Laverty,Master Lee,David Leitch,Will Leong,Chi Wah Ling,Anthony Lloyd,Billy D. Lucas,Tony Lynch,Bob MacDougall,Brad Martin,Johnny Martin,Mike Martinez,Mike Massa,Andre McCoy,Nick McKinless,Scott McLean,John Meier,Jeff Mosley,Mike Mukatis,Douglas Neithercut,Larry Nicholas,David Will No,Chris O’Hara,Philip Partridge,Melanie Peyton-Smith,Robert Powell,James Pratt,Darrin Prescott,Duane Ram,Chad Randall,Barry Ratcliffe,Rex Reddick,Tim Rigby,Larry Rippenkroeger,Jimmy N. Roberts,Pat Romano,Ronnie Rondell Jr.,Erik Rondell,R.A. Rondell,Debby Lynn Ross,George Saliba,Michael Saliba,John D. Sarviss,David Schultz,Brett Sheerin,Victor M. Slone,Doug Snively,Chad Stahelski,Gary Ray Stearns,Scott Sullivan,Ronn Surels,Glenn Suter,Keith Suzuki,Tim Trella,Bernadette Van Gyen,Cynthia VanAlstyne,Tim Walkey,Aaron Walters,Danny Weselis,James D. Weston II,Crescent Wood,Troy Wood,Danny Wynands,Avril Wynne,Marcus Young,Shun-Yee Yuen,David Barrett,Eric Brenner,Danielle Burgio,Cabran E. Chamberlain,Tim Connolly,Leesha Davis,Danial Donai,Debbie Evans,Gene Hartline,Kelsee King-Devoreaux,Henry Kingi,Zed Korshoonoff,Larry Lam,Robert Lee,Will Leong,Brad Martin,Mike Martinez,Hugh Mason,Mike Massa,John Meier,Larry Nicholas,Chris O’Hara,Robert Powell,Warwick Sadler,Brian Sampson,Kevin Scott,Bobby Silva,Chad Stahelski,Tim Trella|
|Camera and Electrical Department||David Acord,Joseph J. Allen,Ian Barwick,Jonathan Beament,James Beaumonte,Andrew Bennett,Jason Binnie,Ian Bird,Hans Bjerno,Jasin Boland,David Bouillez,Ray Brown,Matt Buchan,Gerardo Cabrera,Peter H. Chang,Dave Childers,Ian Chriss,Matt Clyde,Gregory Collis,Steve Condiotti,Dominic Connor,Matthew Copping,Toby Copping,Colin Deane,Alan Dunstan,Ross Emery,Kevin Erb,Martin Fargher,Patrick Figueroa,Bob Finley III,Michael S. Finley,Frank Flick,Moses Fotofili,Reg Garside,John Gazdik,Mark Gerasimenko,Gary Gill,Richard Gill,Jeff Gilliam,Melinda Sue Gordon,Stephen Harding,Mark Harris,Aaron Hartman,Greg HecQ,Don L. Henderson,Clark Higgins,Philip Ho,Peter Holland,Russell Hosking,Frank Hruby,Gillian Huxley,Neil James,Wilfried Jeanblanc,Mark Jefferies,Jeb Johenning,Brook Johnson,Paul Johnstone,Geoff Kelly,Darrin Keough,Kenneth ‘Spike’ Kirkland,Adam Kuiper,Ulrike Lamster,Roger Lanser,Michael Larcombe,Anne Lee,Peni Loloa,Zachary Love,Joshua Lubensky,Greg Luntzel,Gerard Maher,Kim Marks,Richard Mason,Tony Mazzucchi,Starrs McBurney,Robert ‘Boomer’ McCann,Gary McClendon,Dwayne McClintock,Calum McFarlane,Peter McManus,Jason McPhee,Michael Meier,Maria Mendoza,Dan Michalske,Brian Minzlaff,Sean Hunter Moe,Chris Moseley,Spencer Mulcahy,Jay Munro,Mark Nakahara,Tim Neill,Luis Olivares,Orlando Orona,Phil Pastuhov,Kenneth Patsel,Michael Pedder,Bill Pelkey,Daniel Pershing,Ken Phelps,G. Anthony Phillips,Robert Powers,Peter Quinn,Jem Rayner,John Regan,Karl Richard-Worth,Henry Richards,Andrew Rowlands,Patrick Ryan,Paul Sanchez,Michael Sarkis,Cory Schmidt,Oliver Scott,Rod Scott,Adrien Seffrin,Paul Shakeshaft,Mark Shankel,Zeb Simpson,Howard Smith,Stephen St. John,Sandy Stanton,Jimmy Stuart,Terry Sullivan,Justin Sykes,Michael Taylor,Luke Thomas,David Thomson,Greg Tidman,Jay Torta,Brett Tracey,John Trunk,I.J. Van Perre,Beau Vaughan,Michael Vivian,Aron Walker,Nathan Walton,Helen Ward,Mark Watson,Geoffrey Wharton,Peter Whitby,Rod Williams,David Williamson,Grant Wilson,Matt Windon,Chris Wrobel,Colin Wyatt,Damian Wyvill,Robert Barcelona,Michael Best,Michael Ryan Burns,Scott Hankel,Joey Harrison,Mark Kupenga,Toby Lawrence,Andy Mutton,Mark Sheets,Matthew J. Siegel,Darren Jon Taylor|
|Animation Department||David Bawel,Caroline L. Cameron,Derek Friesenborg,Kelly Hartigan Goldstein,Victor Huang,Alice V. Kaiserian,Llaszlo Kiss,Chris Lentz,Mike Slisko,Keith W. Smith|
|Casting Department||Michele Balaz,Barbara Harris,Lindsey Hayes Kroeger,Evan Knowles,David Rapaport,Dex Tallo,Neal Dodson,Jennifer Jarvis,Sharat Raju|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Patricia Barker,Gloria Bava,Genevieve Blewitt,Dan Bronson,Joanne Collins,Amanda Craze,Ivana Daniele,Christine Dye,Rhonda Earick,Paula Jean Fredrickson,Kathleen Giordano,Mitzi Haralson,Jamella Hassan,Andrea Hood,Clare Howie,Elly Kamal,Tasha Le Mel,Alex Locke,Penny Mackie,Oriana Merullo,Bob Moore Jr.,Daniela Moore,Ed Natividad,Fiona Nichols,Elaine Ramires,Rebeka L. Roberts,Peggy A. Schnitzer,Nancy Servin,Chandra Telfer,Jo Thorpe,Leslie Weir,Derek Sullivan|
|Editorial Department||Craig Alpert,Todd Baillere,David Birrell,Susan Bliss,Catherine Chase,Ed Fuller,Allison Gibbons,Mo Henry,Jenny Hicks,Catherine Liu,Cynthia Morris,David Orr,Ian Slater,Michael Struk,Bill Daly|
|Location Management||Belinda Dean,Peter Lawless,Marcus Levy,Peter Martorano,Peter Moody,Peter J. Novak,David L. Wolfson,Peggy Baslow,Greg Francek,Saisie M. Jang,Karen Jine,TreJulie Stamos,Eric Towner|
|Music Department||Alex Acuna,Mark Adams,James Atkinson,Joan Beal,Steve Becknell,Marissa Benedict,Jason Bentley,Bill Booth,Tom Boyd,Reid Bruton,Raymond Burkhart,Joanna Bushnell,Elin Carlson,Agostino Castagnola,Gloria Cheng,Charles Coker,Debbi Datz-Pyle,Don Davis,Burnette Dillon,Kevin Dorsey,David Duke,Bill Edwards,Roy Firestone,Jerry Folsom,Steven R. Galloway,Gregory Geiger,Jody Golightly,Galina Golovin,Donald Green,Stephen Grimm,Zigmund Gron,Michael Hoffman,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,The Hollywood Symphony Orchestra,Boyde Hood,Tommy Johnson,Mark Kilian,Teri Koide,Timothy Landauer,William Lane,Jon Lewis,Norman Ludwin,Erik Lundborg,Guy Maeda,Frank Marocco,Loren Marsteller,Barbara McDermott,Malcolm McNab,Joe Meyer,Oscar M. Meza,Michael Mishaw,Yvonne S. Moriarty,Kristy Morrell,Tim Morrison,Diane Mueller,Brian O’Connor,Bryan Pezzone,Conrad Pope,Joe E. Rand,Diane Freiman Reynolds,Jeff Reynolds,John Reynolds,John Rodd,William Ross,Ralph Sauer,James Sawyer,David Shamban,David Sherr,Armin Steiner,George F. Sterne,Sally Stevens,Eric Stonerook,Phillip A. Teele,George Thatcher,Richard Todd,Doug Tornquist,Andy Ulyate,Alvin Veeh,Brad Warnaar,Dave Washburn,Gerald White,Don Williams,Ed Zajac,John Beal,Neil S. Bulk,Tom Calderaro,Orion Crawford,M.V. Gerhard,Dan Goldwasser,Penka Kouneva,Chet Swiatkowsky|
|Script and Continuity Department||Susan Bambara,Denise Karey,Victoria Sullivan|
|Transportation Department||Michael Antunez,Jim Beard,Karen Brakenridge,Lonnie Craig,Bruce Hauer,Dave Heazlewood,Steve Humphrey,Ron Kunecke,John R. Lopez,Dennis Marchant,Richard McDermott,Cian O’Clery,Howard Richards,Frank Rocha,John Runion,Nathan Strom,Belinda Wild,Gilbert B. Combs,Andrew Sparke|
|Additional Crew||Gordon Andersen,Saundra Marie Ardito,Thaddeus Baker,Beth Bargas,Billy Barnhart,Jennifer Bauman,Mark Behar,Tony Bellotti,Tim Bicio,Matt Bilski,Ben Bohling,John Bonnin,Mark Bosia,Valary Bremier,Mimi Brown,Suzie Bruce,Mandy Butler,Kendall Cafritz,Vanessa Carmichael,Daniel R. Chavez,Caryn Cheever,Tammy Cheney,Rody Claude,Sarah Clifford,Michael P. Cole,Kristel Crews,Emlyn Crockett,Steve Cronan,Patrick Cunningham,Mike Currie,Christopher DeFaria,Jacques Dell,Stanley A. Dellimore,William M. DeLuca,Carol DePasquale,Brian Dettor,Adam M. Dunne-De’Coligny,Heidi Erl,Laura Esquibel,Lisa Jean Felski,Julio Ferrario,Kerry Fetzer,Andrew Flakelar,Darrell Foster,Richard Franceschini,Ran Francke,Brandon Freeman,Pamela French,Charlie Fuguet,Yuki Fujimoto,Robert ‘Rock’ Galotti,Michael Garcia,Jan Garner,Corey Garnett,Traci Genders,Donte Gentile,Jillian Giacomini,Michelle Gold,Jenifer Golden,Lou Grant,David Guilbeau,Jason Gutierrez,Mark Hager,Christopher James Hall,Melanie Hammond,Erica Headley,Susan Hegarty,Kelly Helstrom,Charles Henrich,Stephen Heslin,Chae Hill,David Hird,Craig Hosking,Sara Howell,Linden Johnson,Wilma Kaddissi,Zachary Kahn,Tom Kan,Maurya Kerr,Melina Kevorkian,Aazim Khan,Jim Koehler,Patrick Kwok,Tom Lafferty,Spencer Lamm,Fiona Landreth,Silfredo Lao Vigo,Seth Larney,Paul LaZebnik,Ted Leonard,Catherine Leyba,Jim Maguire,John Malakoff,Gerard K. Marino,Cathy Marshall,Gideon Marshall,Rob McCabe,Heather McCann,Mimi N. McGreal,Rob McMinn,Reza Mokhtar,Dave Moorer,Jerimiah Morey,Charles Moulton,Niamh Murphy,Jenny Napier,Bruce Navsky,Talayna Moana Nikora,Shaun O’Banion,Cian O’Clery,John O’Connell,John O’Rourke,Tonia Pearson,Frank Pelluchon,Bob Perkins,Rob Pitagora,Bronwyn Preston,Reinaldo Puentes-Tucki,Ronald Rametta,Daniel Rapo,Deborah Ricketts,Shaun Roberts,Jacquie Robertson,Joe Roddey,Michelle Rowe,Kym Sainsbury,O.J. San Felipe,Adam Schardein,Bruce Schluter,Dana Schneider,Thomas Scott,Jay Sedrish,Tom Settle,Rick Shuster,Denise Snyder,Alexander C. Sohn,David Sousa,Sally Jo Sousa,Monika Stankowski,Monique Strauss,Rhys Summerhayes,Adrienne Swan,Tony Swatton,Chris Symonds,Abi Tabone,Dan Talbott,Gary Ticehurst,Matt Toll,David Tsao,Kaye Tuckerman,Michelle Tuella,Amanda Uber,Scott Urban,Richelle M. Vawter,Janette Vecchiarelli,James P. Warren,Vanessa Wells,Damon L. White,Geoff Willman,Bing Yin,Cheung-Yan Yuen,Woo-Ping Yuen,David Zbriger,Ami Zins,Jeffrey Brown,Cat Campbell,Mary Clutts,Lindsay Cole,James Dornoff,Tom Dryden,Jamison Empey,Richard Fricker,Patrick Gealogo,Stew Harty,Morgan Johnson,Jimmy Louie,Jason Mack,James Azizi Penny,Les Roberts,Wednezday Ryan,Dan Shimer,Jackie Sullivan,Scott Trimble,Evan Wilson|
|Companies||Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment|
|Keywords||oracle,prophecy,stylized violence,chosen one,alternate reality|