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Winter s Tale (released in the United Kingdom and Ireland as A New York Winter s Tale) is a 2014 American romantic fantasy film based on the 1983 novel Winter s Tale by Mark Helprin. The film is written, produced and directed by Akiva Goldsman (in his directorial debut). It stars Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Jennifer Connelly, William Hurt, Eva Marie Saint (in her final film role before her retirement), Russell Crowe and Will Smith. Winter s Tale premiered at London on February 13 and was theatrically released on February 14 in the United States by Warner Bros. Pictures. The film has a 13% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and grossed $30.8 million on a $75 million budget. It also received a Golden Trailer nomination for Best Romance Poster. Winter s Tale was released on DVD and Blu-ray on June 24, 2014 by Warner Home Video.


In 1895, a young immigrant couple is refused entry into Manhattan because they have consumption (Tuberculosis). When their infant son is not allowed entry to the country without them, the family is forced to return to their ship named City of Justice. The parents break the display case containing a model of the ship and place their baby inside it on the water, then watch him float to the New York City shoreline. In 1916, the baby boy has grown up to become Peter Lake (Colin Farrell), a thief raised by a supernatural demon posing as the gangster Pearly Soames (Russell Crowe). Peter is marked for death when he decides to leave Pearly s gang. In a confrontation, he is rescued by a mysterious (winged at times) white horse, his guardian angel.

Although Peter hopes to move to Florida and come back in the summer, the horse encourages him to steal from one last mansion. The mansion is the home where Beverly Penn (Jessica Brown Findlay) lives, a young woman dying of consumption, whose fever is so high she sleeps outside in a tent in the winter cold. While her publisher father Isaac (William Hurt) and younger sister Willa are not home, Beverly discovers Peter preparing to rob the house. When Peter assures her that he no longer wishes to commit robbery, Beverly offers to make him a cup of tea. They tell each other their stories and fall in love. Pearly orders his men to Beverly s home, believing that saving her is Peter s miracle and spiritual destiny and that he can destroy Peter by preventing it. Peter rescues Beverly from being knifed by Pearly, and they escape to the Lake of the Coheeries, where Pearly, who is supernaturally limited to the five boroughs of New York City, cannot follow. Peter meets Beverly s family at their summer home and wins their respect.

While on a walk, Beverly explains to Peter that everyone is born with a miracle inside and they are ultimately destined to become stars when they die. Pearly asks Lucifer (Will Smith), for access to the lake home, but his request is denied. Instead, Pearly, who refers to himself as a Knight among Lucifer s angels, calls in a debt owed to him by another of Lucifer s angels. At a ball, the angel disguised as a waiter poisons Beverly s drink. When Peter and Beverly return home from the ball, Peter watches the shadows she casts upon the sides of her lighted tent, joins her, and the two make love. Her pulse races faster than ever due to the poison in her heart, and she dies. After the funeral, when Peter and his mysterious white horse return to the city, Pearly and his men surround them on the Brooklyn Bridge. To save its life, Peter orders his mysterious winged horse to fly away, and Pearly gives Peter five vicious head-butts, pushing him off the bridge.

Peter miraculously survives but wanders around the city with amnesia for a century, drawing chalk art of a red-headed girl on the pavements. In 2014, the 119 year-old, but physically undiminished Peter, bumps into a young girl named Abby and meets her mother, Virginia Gamely (Jennifer Connelly). He rediscovers the brass name plate of the City of Justice , the model ship in which his parents placed him. Peter then discovers the Theatre of the Coheeries, founded by Isaac, who has dedicated it to Beverly. He visits the Isaac Penn Reading Room where Virginia works, and she helps him restore his memory using historical photographs archived at the library. While there, he meets Beverly s now elderly sister Willa (Eva Marie Saint), the owner of Virginia s newspaper, who recognizes him.

When Peter visits the Gamelys for dinner, he learns that Abby has cancer. Realizing that Abby, who is wearing a red scarf (like his sketches) and has red hair, is his miracle and spiritual destiny, instead of Beverly as he originally believed, Peter convinces Virginia that he can save Abby. Pearly learns that Peter is still alive and with Virginia, and he is surprised to learn from Lucifer that Peter was Beverly s miracle, making him love her so much that he couldn t die. Enraged, Pearly asks to fight Peter as a mortal so he can destroy him forever, and Lucifer grants his request while reminding him that if he loses then he himself will be destroyed forever. Pearly and his men arrive at Virginia s apartment, causing Peter and Virginia to flee to the rooftop with Abby. The mysterious winged horse flies them to the Lake of the Coheeries, but Pearly, now mortal, can pursue Peter beyond the Five Boroughs. After Horse dispatches Pearly s men by crashing the ice so that they all drown, Peter and Pearly engage in a fistfight. Peter is losing until a light shines from the heavens and allows Peter to stab Pearly in the neck with the name plate from the boat, City of Justice. Pearly turns to snow and Peter is able to save Abby on the princess bed after he kisses her forehead. After visiting Beverly s grave one last time, Peter mounts the horse to be carried away to the stars, while the elderly Willa witnesses his ascension.


  • Colin Farrell as Peter Lake
  • Jessica Brown Findlay as Beverly Penn
  • Russell Crowe as Pearly Soames / Demon
  • Will Smith as Judge / Lucifer
  • Eva Marie Saint as Willa Penn McKayla Twiggs as young Willa Penn
  • McKayla Twiggs as young Willa Penn
  • William Hurt as Isaac Penn
  • Jennifer Connelly as Virginia Gamely
  • Matt Bomer as Peter s father
  • Lucy Griffiths as Peter s mother
  • Finn Wittrock as Gabriel
  • Kevin Corrigan as Romeo Tan
  • Graham Greene as Humpstone John
  • Kevin Durand as Cesar Tan


Initially Warner Bros. attempted to sign Martin Scorsese in 2002, but he turned down the chance to direct the movie, calling it unfilmable. Later on, Winter s Tale became a passion project for director Akiva Goldsman, who was given the go-ahead by Warner Bros. In February 2011 with a budget of $75 million. It was reported that the film s budget was dropped to $60 million in February 2012; at the same time Will Smith and Russell Crowe were linked to the project in supporting roles. Benjamin Walker, Tom Hiddleston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Garrett Hedlund auditioned for the role of Peter Lake while Elizabeth Olsen, Bella Heathcote, Gabriella Wilde and Sarah Gadon tested for the role of Beverly Penn. In March 2012 it was reported that Jessica Brown Findlay had been offered the role of Beverly, Colin Farrell was linked to the role of Peter Lake in the following month. William Hurt joined the cast as Beverly s father, Isaac Penn, in August 2012. In September 2012 multiple new cast members were announced, including Matt Bomer, Lucy Griffiths and Eva Marie Saint. The final major addition to the cast was Jennifer Connelly, whose involvement was confirmed in October 2012 shortly before the start of filming. Principal photography began in October 2012 but was delayed due to Hurricane Sandy. Shooting took place at locations across New York City including Grand Central Terminal, Red Hook, Brooklyn, East Village, Manhattan, and Central Park. Filming was also done at Lyndhurst in Tarrytown, New York. The cinematographer was Caleb Deschanel, who photographed the film with Arri Alexa digital cameras and Panavision C-, E- and G-Series anamorphic lenses.


Winter s Tale premiered in London on February 13, 2014, and was theatrically released on February 14, 2014, in the United States by Warner Bros. Pictures. The film opened poorly at #7, grossing $7.3 million in its first weekend. Winter s Tale grossed just $12.6 million in the United States and $18.2 million abroad for a total of $30.8 million worldwide. Warner Home Video released it on DVD and Blu-ray on June 24, 2014.

Critical response

On review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 13% based on 151 reviews and an average rating of 3.55/10. The site s critical consensus reads, Winter s Tale tries to retain the grandiose sweep of its source novel, but fails to fill it in with characters worth rooting for or a sensible plot. On another aggregation site, Metacritic, it has a score of 31 out of 100 based on 35 critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B on an A+ to F scale.

In a negative review for, Sheila O Malley awarded the film one-and-a-half stars, stating: It lacks visual splendor… It lacks emotional depth. It lacks scope and magic. O Malley criticized Russell Crowe for hoping that a facial tic will somehow translate as menacing , finding his first scene with Will Smith to be incomprehensible . She did, however, praise Colin Farrell s urgent, heartfelt performance .

In his one-star review for The Guardian, Peter Bradshaw was more critical of Farrell, questioning why he gives Peter an Irish accent when is character has never been to Ireland. Bradshaw concluded his review by suggesting that the film could be made worse only by releasing a giant, vicious, genetically engineered man-eating badger into the cinema while it s playing.

Reviewing the film for Variety, Justin Chang claimed that writer-producer-director Akiva Goldsman was out of his depth but fortunate in his choice of actors , finding Farrell to be watchable , Jessica Brown-Findlay to be luminous and intelligent , and Eva Marie-Saint s first film appearance since Superman Returns to be welcome . Chang also praised the production design of Naomi Shohan, and the moody, muted tones of Caleb Deschanel s cinematography.

Slackerwood s Jordan Gass-Pooré also gave the movie a negative review: This movie may have people believe that there is a miracle inside everyone, which is on one hand uplifting, and on the other, really disappointing because, in the end, the moral of the movie is that people are all the same. And Winter s Tale is no different.


The film s poster was nominated for a Golden Trailer award.


The musical score for Winter s Tale was composed by Hans Zimmer and Rupert Gregson-Williams. A soundtrack album was released on February 11, 2014 by WaterTower Music. On February 4, 2014, four tracks were revealed on SoundCloud. Miracle , by Scottish singer KT Tunstall became the lead single of the soundtrack. The three other tracks were What s the Best Thing You ve Ever Stolen? , You Don t Quit Me, Boy , and She Was Like a Bright Light all composed by Hans Zimmer and Rupert Gregson-Williams.


  • Masquerade Suite – Written by Aram Khachaturyan
  • Miracle – Written, produced, and performed by KT Tunstall
  • All other music – Composed and written by Hans Zimmer and Rupert Gregson-Williams

Year 2014
ReleaseDate 2014-02-14
RuntimeMins 118
RuntimeStr 1h 58min
Plot A burglar falls for an heiress as she dies in his arms. When he learns that he has the gift of reincarnation, he sets out to save her.
Awards Awards, 2 nominations
Directors Akiva Goldsman
Writers Akiva Goldsman, Mark Helprin
Stars Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Russell Crowe
Produced by Tony Allard,Bruce Berman,William M. Connor,Kerry Foster,Akiva Goldsman,Lynn Harris,Steven Mnuchin,James Packer,Marc Platt,Ray Quinlan,Michael Tadross
Music by Rupert Gregson-Williams,Hans Zimmer
Cinematography by Caleb Deschanel
Film Editing by Tim Squyres,Wayne Wahrman
Casting By Lora Kennedy,Cindy Tolan
Production Design by Naomi Shohan
Art Direction by Peter Rogness
Set Decoration by Leslie E. Rollins
Costume Design by Michael Kaplan
Makeup Department Mary Aaron,Patrick Alemi,Bert Reo Anderson,Pierce Austin,John Caglione Jr.,Judy Chin,Alan D’Angerio,Victor DeNicola,Christine Fennell,Jon Jordan,Craig Lyman,Michael Marino,Carmia Marshall,Louise McCarthy,Judy Murdock,Michael Anthony Scardillo,Shane Shisheboran,Jasen Joseph Sica,Francesca Buccellato,Diana Choi,Joanne Cocuzza,Chris Conover,Michael Fontaine,Christopher Fulton,Chris Kelly,Craig Lindberg,Donyale McRae,Sanja Milic,David Presto,Yoichi Art Sakamoto,Victoria Wood,Adenike Wright
Production Management Jessica Alan,Isabel Henderson,Ray Quinlan,Michael Tadross,Charles Zalben,Bill Draper,Zoe Hartman
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Ethan Anderson,Doug Coleman,William M. Connor,David R. Ellis,T. Sean Ferguson,Andrew Fiero,Marcos González Palma,Brian Kenyon,Ted O’Connor,Stephen D. Shepard,Stuart Valberg,Heather Verbeke,Derek Wimble,Woodrow Travers
Art Department Michael Acevedo Jr.,Michael Acevedo,Joseph A. Alfieri Jr.,Ted Altman,I. Javier Ameijeiras,Michael Auszura,Yosef Barbalat,Steve Brennan,Lauren Buckley,Stephen Caldwell,Patrick Campbell,Joseph Cilento,Martin Connelly,David Cooney,Danelle Davenport,Christopher Doogan,Natalie N. Dorset,Neil Driscoll Jr.,Carl Ferrara,Nicholas Ferrara,Joan Finlay-Arrietta,Steve Fratianni,Peter Gelfman,Gregory Hill,Arlo Hoffman,Doug Huszti,Arron Ingold,John Kelton,James V. Kent,Mike Koval,Jeffery MacDonald,Evan Maddalena,Jeffrey D. McDonald,Tobin Ost,Mark Pollard,Louis J. Porzio,Kathi Prate,Malicky Reilly,Helen Ripple,Paul Robinson,Peter Scheck,Will Scheck,Atri D. Schwartz,Karl Shefelman,Hugh Sicotte,Bruce Swanson,Mike Thompson,Dick Tice,Robert Topol,Katie Bova,Larin Brink,James Cappello,Candice Cardasis,Caswell Cooke,A.J. Diederich,Sean Doyle,Isaac Gabaeff,Nicholas Gatto,Darren Gibson,Gavin Holmes Jr.,Hila Katz,Elizabeth S. Lieberman,Francis Maiorino,Sebastian Meyer,Michele Moen,Shawn Mulligan,Diane Rich,Lee Ross,Christopher Santilli,Lisa Scoppa,Patrick Shelby,Wolf-Dieter Stoeffelmeier,Henrik Tamm,Mark Tierney,M. Tony Trotta,Polly Wood-Holland
Sound Department Michael Barosky,Lon Bender,David Boulton,Rachel Chancey,Krissopher Chevannes,Patrick Cicero,Marko A. Costanzo,Bill R. Dean,Kris Fenske,Robert Fernandez,Mariusz Glabinski,Justin Gray,Glynna Grimala,Thomas W. Jordan,Dan Korintus,George A. Lara,Eric McAllister,Thomas J. O’Connell,Dave Paterson,Mary Ellen Porto,Nicholas Renbeck,Brian Seagrave,Andy Stallabrass,Jason Stevens,Bill Sweeney,Wyatt Tuzo,Ryan Young,Junior Cyrus Baron,Josh Berger,David Betancourt,Bil Clement,Ian Cymore,Jonah Guelzo,Rob L. Hubbard,Daniel R. Kerr,Ryan Meadows,Linda Murphy,Mark Neary,Wyatt Tuzo,Matt Vowles
Special Effects by James R. Bilz,Jeff Brink,J.C. Brotherhood,Nathanial Brotherhood,Nicholas DiBlasio,Mitch C. Duran,Doug Facciponti,Shane Gross,Mike Maggi,Jeff Naparstek,William F. Reynolds,Zachary Sears,Charles Simunek,Roland Blancaflor,Jake Hays,Eric Jolley,Dave Lieber,Brandonn S. Petri,Allen Stillman,Gordon Tanner,Kevin Zack
Visual Effects by Heather Abels,Osvaldo Andreaus,Alina Anon,Daniel Arkin,Michael Bain,Matthew Ball,Danielle Birch,Andrew J. Bly,Thomas R. Bryant,Julie Carr,James Chan,Balachandar Chandrasekaran,Raymond Chen,Hal Couzens,Luke DiTommaso,Matthew Eberle,Richard Enders,Bertha Garcia,Anita Gou,Lara B. Grant,Pasquale Greco,Oliver Hagar,Chris Healer,Richard E. Hollander,Leslie Hough,Neh Jaiswal,Jimmy Jewell,Abbigail Keller,Mukesh Kumar,Harry Lam,Yann Leroux,Andrew Leven,Joanna Migodzinska,Ivan Moran,Kenneth Nakada,Jeremy Nelligan,Skylar Nichols,Gary Nolin,Ryan Prestridge,Dante Quintana,Adam C. Sager,Arnab Sanyal,Siddharth Shah,Rick Shick,Rick Shine,Will Telford,Jateen Thakkar,Carlo Velayo,Suzaine Aguirre,Ben Aickin,Erik Akutagawa,Praveen Allu,John Alvarado,Murali Anagani,John Anderholm,Richard Aponte,Oliver Armstrong,Saurabh Arora,Charles Arulraj,Sivakumar Arunachalam,Myles Asseter,Atanas Atanasov,Andrea Atwater,Emma Bacon,Michael Baker,Andrew Barry,Kevin Bell,Richard Bentley,Siobhan Bentley,Jarnail Bhachu,Michelle Blok,Daniel Borg,Michael Borhi,Scott Bourne,John Britto,Kari Brown,Lukasz Bukowiecki,Rashabh Butani,Luke Butler,Cecilia Calles,Alexander Cameron,Devin Cantor-Sternin,Sophie Carroll,Thomas Carter,Phillip Charles-Sweeting,Abhishek Chaturvedi,Sandesh Chonkar,Harry Chung,Matt Conway,Chris Cook,Karch Coon,Chris Cooper,Ryan Coster,Agathe Courtisse,Richard Courtman,Steve Cullingford,Christopher Davies,Amy Davis,Scott Dawkins,Tabitha Dean,Quimet Delgado,Direct Dimensions,Tim Donlevy,Kye Dorricott,Sarah Dowland,Michael Elder,James Elster,Valentina Ercolani,Kim Evans,Ian Fellows,Brenda Finster,Fabrizio Fioretti,Jed Fisher,Charlotta Forssman,Mark Friedman,Carl Frytz,Daniel Gardiner,Ales Gargulak,Mikael Genachte-Lebail,Thomas Girdwood,Frederikke Glick,Robert Go,Ankit Gokani,Sam Gordon,Goutham,Charlie Habanananda,Oliver Hagar,Alexis Hall,Nicholas Hampshire,Scott Hankel,James Harmer,Alex Hatfield,Joseph Henson,Richard Higham,Christopher Hodge,Ady Holt,Jason Horley,Kuan-Ju Hou,Brian Houlihan,Pavel Hristov,Weldon Huang,Paul Ingram,Owen Jackson,Kevin Jenkins,Shashikiran Jeppu,Cherian Jijo,Benjamin Jones,Paul Jones,Stuart Jones,Walt Jones,Vrushank Joshi,Noushad Kallingal,Spiros Kalomiris,Mayur Manoj Kawale,Rosie Keane,Lucinda Keeler,Daniel Kepler,Uzma Khalid,Sam Kim,Bhavani Kishore,Bastian Klucker,Anderson Ko,Aditya Kolli,Christian Kugler,Aravind Kumar,Vijay Lakshmanan,Henry Langstraat,Mike Larned,Aaron M. Lawn,Jia-Wei Lee,Thomas Lefebvre,Julien Legay,Beren Lewis,Chen Lin,Alex Ling,Wassila Lmouaci,Benjamin Loch,Michael Lohr,Christina Lum,Laura Macfadyen,Damien Macé,Meza Pombo Martin A.,Ian Mathews,Gavin McKenzie,Joseph McLamb,Michael Means,Gurel Mehmet,Christophe Meslin,Sebastian Meyer,Austin Meyers,Claire Michaud,Jarl Midelfort,Annie Mitchell,Mandy Mok,Lauren Montuori,Steven Moor,Zeke Morales,Meg Morris,Achal Muchhala,Keya Mukherjee,Karthick Muthukumar,Irene Navarro,Jeff Newton,Carlos Nieto Lopez,Brandon Norris,Onesimus Nuernberger,Kevin O’Sullivan,Mark Osborne,Sam Osborne,Ming Pan,Francesco Panzieri,Adam Parker,Matthew Pascuzzi,Diego Pastor Bartoli,Sagar Patil,Luis F. Pazos,Craig Penn,Stuart Penn,Peter B. Perkins,Matthew T. Perry,Jason Pethtel,Hieu Phan,Adrian Pinder,Nick Pitt-Owen,Russell Porchia,Lokesh Prakash,Amy Putrynski,Michael Queen,Shane Rabey,Vamshi Ramasagaram,Rajmohan Singh Rawat,Vijay Bharath Reddy,Nicholas David Reed,Siân Rees,Gabriel Regentin,Garth Reilly,Reinhold Rittinger,Bjarni Robert Bragason,Paul Roberts,Scott Robertson,Philip J. Robinson,Mayuko Saito,Sam Salek,Neville Emerson Samuel,Juan-Luis Sanchez,Steve J. Sanchez,Chris B. Schnitzer,Petra Schwane,Romain Segaud,Seshaprasad,Harsh Sharma,Kerry Shea,Rick Shick,Miyuki Shimamoto,Ken Shimizu,Mike Shirra,Shyamchand,Raven Sia,Eric Sibley,David Simpson,Ashutosh Singh,Jonathan Skabla,Anthony Smith,Douglas Smith,Laurence Smith,Eric So,Marek Solowiej,Arpit Soni,Jeremy Squires,Pradeep Srinivas,Alastair Stevenson,Robert Stipp,Nick Sullo,Radhakrishnan Sundararaj,Moshe Swed,Craig Sylvester,Jeremy Séguin,Fabrice Tapare,Mark Taylor,Tommy Taylor,Dhanoop Thiruthimmal,Avish John Thomas,Ian P. Thompson,Michael Adam Thompson,Caroline Thoumire,Narayana Murthy Tirunagari,Elena Topouzoglou,Caspar Trenchard-Turner,Jung Um,Rakesh Venugopalan,Lars Vinther,Michael Viscione,David Vivaldini,Jo Wand,Pete Warbis,Glenn Wells,Rachel Williams,Corrina Wilson,Wineeth Wilson,Glenn Woodburn,Harry Wormald,James Yates,Natalie Young,Douglas Zablocki
Stunts Airon Armstrong,Chris Barnes,Steven Cachie Brown,Richard Bucher,Scott Burik,Jared Burke,Mike Burke,Jeff Chumas,Doug Coleman,Eliza Coleman,Whitney Coleman,George B. Colucci Jr.,Blaise Corrigan,William Cote,Neimah Djourabchi,Geoffrey Dowell,Peter Epstein,Roy Farfel,Mark Fichera,Edward Gabree,Tony Guida,Greg Harvey,Robert Lee Harvey,Chad Hessler,Don Hewitt,Owen Holland,Stephen Izzi,Pete Klein,Ales Kosnar,Thomas La Marche,Drew Leary,Terence Lorino,Gino Lucci,Jason Mello,Brian Morvant,Declan Mulvey,Mick O’Rourke,Moley O’Süilleabhain,Owen O’Süilleabhain,David Oliver,Corey Pierno,Christopher Place,Nigel Poulton,Ryan Quinlan,J.C. Robaina,Zack Roberts,Jason Rodriguez,Turner Smith,Brian Smyj,Trampas Thompson,Aaron Vexler,Luke Vexler,Anthony Vincent,Adam Wood,Michael Yahn,Brian Brown,Steven Cachie Brown,Whitney Coleman,Kachina Dechert,Trevor E. Dickerson,Edward Gabree,George Peters,Allen Robinson,Jason Rodriguez,Matthew R. Staley
Camera and Electrical Department Peter Agliata,Rico Omega Alston,Richard Bizenza,Dan Brosnan,Bennett Cain,Gary Capo,Brian Carmichael,Sean Cassidy,David Chameides,Rashad Clinton,Steve Comesky,Stephen Consentino,Devin Donegan,Jack Donnelly,John Donohue Jr.,John Donohue,Christopher M. Elassad,Stanley Fernandez Jr.,Darren Frolich,Eric Gearity,Kevin Gilligan,Erin Henning,William Hines,Nicholas Kay,Meg Kettell,David Lee,David Lee,Daniel Letizia,Bruce MacCallum,Gus Magalios,Keith Marshall,Diana Matos,Keith McNicholas,John S. Moyer,Alfred Padilla,Billy Patsos,George Patsos,Andrew Peck,Chad Lear Plunkett,Mike Quigley,James Quinlan,Steve Ramsey,Christopher Raymond,Amber Rosales,Louis Sabat,Patrick Shelby,Sean Smith,Eric Swanek,James Sylvia,Brendan Van Meter,Jason Velez,Karl Vindler,Ryan Webb,Mike Yurich,Robert Ansbro,Adam Barbay,Paul Jacob Bashour,Thomas Beczynski,Adam Benlifer,Chad Brewer,Deborah Brozina,Myo Campbell,Jake Capistron,Carl Casano,Inyoung Choi,Daniel Cocuzzo,Paul Colangelo,Jason Cortazzo,Sean Feehan,James J. Ferris,Patrick Fontana,Jacob Fountain,Michael Gallart,Brett Heicher,Brian Heller,Matt Hillyer,Topher Jones,Dustin Keller,Jason Lanci,Michael A. Leo,Michael Lobb,Shaun Lowry,Andrew Lupo,Babak Mansouri,Lance Mayer,Brandon J. Meadows,Rodrigo Millan Garce,John J. Moers,Jerad Molkenthin,Jason Montague,John Moustakas,Gabe Munitz-Alessio,Evan Nelson,Michael Nelson,Ben Noftzger,Mark Oliver,Tod Olivieri,George Peters,James Phelps,Harry Pray IV,Malcolm A. Purnell,Guillaume Renberg,Eric P. Robinson,Stuart Rogers,Jesse L. Saviola,Patrick Shelby,Chris Silano,Pierson Silver,Jeremy Specce,Michael Sterlacci
Animation Department Pete Warbis,Adam Yaniv,Jhon Alvarado,Jed Fisher,Joseph Henson,Jose ‘Pep’ Llado,Florian Parrot,Liam Russell
Casting Department Adam Caldwell,Cynthia Degros,Noa Franco,Meredith Jacobson Marciano,Patty Connolly,Mark Sussman
Costume and Wardrobe Department Kristine Bellerud,Lucy Cobbs,Jon Can Coskunses,Kevin Draves,Sandi Figueroa,Alexis Forte,Suzy Freeman,Staci Greenbaum,Askia Won-Ling Jacob,Elizabeth Kirby,Rebecca Levin,Leonard Logsdail,Robert Mata,Malcolm Phipps,Daryl Sargeant,Patrick Wiley,Richard A. Zimmer,Adam Adelman,Ann Bryant,Jonathan Clay,Dana Covarrubias,Gerald Crawford,Troy David,Billie Jo Fisher,Polly Fossey,Lara Greene,William Leon,Carmia Marshall,Kirsten Mogg,Ewa Noskowicz,Stephen Pardee,Aissatou Parks,David Paulin,Kevin Ritter,Monica Russell,Megan Sanders,Sarah Schaub,Nicci Schinman,Seana Gordon,Catharine Stuart,Elise M. VanderKley,Steve Vaught,Max Wixom
Editorial Department Ian Blume,Alex Gilbert,Edward Hobson,Andrew Leven,Eric Leverenz,Daniel Paress,Richie Roefaro,Tim Stipan,Kevin Vale,Jack Watts,Jason Fabbro,Chris Gennarelli,Charles Herzfeld,JoAnne Ji Kim,Stacey Lee,Christi Leftwich,Julia Nessling-Douglas,Jim Passon,Richie Roefaro,John St. Laurent,Corey Stewart
Location Management Alex Borys,Heather Gauntt,Kalita Greene,Kip Myers,Morgan Roche,Jamie Vermilye,Ryan Hammer,Christopher LeStrange,Michelle Stella,Scott Tankel,Jeremy Zalben
Music Department Christopher Anderson-Bazzoli,Bob Badami,Christopher Brooks,David Buckley,David Butterworth,Halli Cauthery,Chuck Choi,Nick Glennie-Smith,Katie Greathouse,Alastair King,Steven Kofsky,Aaron Meyer,Alan Meyerson,Cynthia Park,James Allen Roberson,Shalini S. Singh,Christian Wenger,Booker White,Carter Armstrong,Tony Clarke,Frank J. Garcia,Kevin Globerman,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,Frank Macchia,Peter Rotter,David Tirolo
Script and Continuity Department Renee Burke,Dianne Dreyer
Transportation Department Maurice Cabrera,Peter Clores,David Conelli,Steven R. Hammond,Frank Sanpietro,Rob Marshall
Additional Crew Giuseppe Ardizzone,Sam Arthurs,Bonnie Balmos,Sienna Berritto,Brandon Blake,George Brassey,Vince Brown,Ken Bryant,Sam Carmichael,Yara Caubet,Al Cerullo,Betty Chin,Lucy Cobbs,Jim Cremins,John Cubelic,Danielle Demmerella,Nicholas DeWitt,Judy Dickerson,Jessica Diehr,Brittney Diez,Josh R. Field,Alexis Forte,Ruben Guevara III,Loren Herbert,Jared Hilliard,David Hsu,Sebastian Jaramillo,Amy Johnson,James A. Keady,Gayoung Kim,Liz Kirby,Robert Leader,Joey Levy,Nicky MacManus,Evan Maddalena,John Malakoff,Peter Marschark,Justin Martin,Aaron P. Mastin,Jessica Mayfair,Jessica Mayfield,Ian McCabe,Peter McManus,Joel Miller,Sara Neuffer,Ante Novakovic,Timothy O’Malley,Jim Pellegrinelli,Rex Peterson,Ryan Peterson,Jakub Porembski,Thell Reed,Mike Reiersen,Matthew Rignanese,Morgan Roche,Buck P.B.D. Rodgers,Michelle Sarama,Misa Spencer,Benjamin J. Stern,Cari Swanson,Lauren B. Taylor,Christopher Turner,Kristin Verbitsky,Christian Vogeler,Lily Wahrman,Ryan Washburn,Caroline Weldon,Claire Wihnyk,Jasmine Yniguez,Charbel Youssef,Aleks Arcabascio,Randall Balsmeyer,Kc Bower,Amanda Cheng,Ashley A. Chris,Alex Conway,Stacey Cormier,Jared Crowelle,Lisa Davidson,Thomas DeLuca,Robert Eberlein,Evelyn E. Espinosa,Salvatore D. Fasolino,Alex Foreman,John Freeman,Anna Gensler,Ed Heavey,Karen Holl,Bradley Dean Jones,Mardi Jones,Sherry Kecskes,David Tierney Lerner,Matthew Leven,Eric Aaron Lizer,Hiromi Marder,Courtney L. Newsome,Sean Oliver,Lacey Darlene Paulson,Rebecca Rogers,Matthew Slamowitz,Sophia Tapia,Mike Trainor,Ruth Tunney,Orlando M. Vazquez,Denise Violante,Steph Walthall,Alexa Wolf
Thanks Keith Rodger
Genres Drama, Fantasy, Mystery
Companies Village Roadshow Pictures, Warner Bros., Weed Road Pictures
Countries USA
Languages English
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 6.1
ImDbRatingVotes 54825
MetacriticRating 31
Keywords flying horse,red haired woman,white horse,waiter,poison