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300: Rise of an Empire is a 2014 American epic action film directed by Noam Murro from a screenplay by Zack Snyder and Kurt Johnstad, based on Frank Miller s graphic novel Xerxes. It is a sequel to the 2006 film 300, taking place before, during, and after the main events of that film, and is loosely based on the Battle of Artemisium and the Battle of Salamis.
The cast includes Lena Headey, Peter Mensah, David Wenham, Andrew Tiernan, Andrew Pleavin, and Rodrigo Santoro reprising their roles from the first film, alongside Sullivan Stapleton, Eva Green, Hans Matheson, and Callan Mulvey. It was released in 3D and IMAX 3D on March 7, 2014. The film s score was composed by Junkie XL, being the first film in an ongoing partnership with Snyder.
The film was released to mixed reviews, with critics praising the action sequences, music, cinematography, visual effects and Green s performance but criticizing the story and overstylized gore. It grossed over $337 million worldwide from a $110 million budget.
Queen Gorgo of Sparta tells her men about the Battle of Marathon, in which King Darius of Persia was killed by General Themistocles of Athens ten years earlier. Darius s son, Xerxes, witnesses his father s death and is told only the gods can defeat the Greeks . Darius s naval commander, Artemisia, claims that Darius last words were a challenge, and sends Xerxes on a journey through the desert. Xerxes reaches a cave and bathes in an otherworldly liquid, emerging as an 8-foot tall God-King . He returns to Persia and declares war on Greece to avenge his father.
As Xerxes s forces advance towards Thermopylae, Themistocles meets with the council and convinces them to provide him with a fleet to engage the Persians at sea. Themistocles travels to Sparta to ask King Leonidas for help, but is informed by Dilios that Leonidas is consulting the Oracle, and Gorgo is reluctant to side with Athens. Themistocles reunites with his old friend Scyllias, who infiltrated the Persian troops and reveals Artemisia was born Greek, but defected to Persia after her family was raped and murdered by Greek hoplites. Rescued and adopted by a Persian emissary, she was trained by the best Persian warriors, and eventually gained the attention of King Darius. Themistocles also learns that Leonidas has marched to fight the Persians with only 300 men.
Themistocles leads his fleet of fifty warships and several thousand men, which include Scyllias, Scyllias s son Calisto, and Themistocles right-hand man Aeskylos to the Aegean Sea, starting the Battle of Artemisium. They ram their ships into the Persian ships and charge them, slaughtering several soldiers before retreating. The following day, the Greeks feign a retreat and lead a group of Persian ships into a crevice, where they become stuck. The Greeks charge the Persian ships from the cliffs above and kill more Persians. Impressed with Themistocles skills, Artemisia brings him onto her ship and attempts to lure him to the Persian side as her second-in-command. They fight and make love simultaneously, and he refuses her offer.
The Persians attack the Greek ships with tar and flame bombs, but an Athenian kills one of the Persians, who falls into the tar carrying a torch, damaging ships from both sides. Themistocles is thrown into the sea by an explosion and nearly drowns before being rescued by Aeskylos, and stands by Scyllias s side as he succumbs to his injuries. Believing Themistocles to be dead, Artemisia and her forces withdraw. After recovering from his injuries, Themistocles learns that only a few hundred of his warriors and six of his ships survived the disastrous attack.
Daxos, an Arcadian general, tells Themistocles that Leonidas and his 300 men were killed after Ephialtes betrayed the Greeks to Xerxes. Themistocles returns to Athens and confronts Ephialtes, who reveals that Xerxes plans to attack and burn Athens to the ground. Ephialtes regrets his betrayal and welcomes death, but is spared so he can warn Xerxes that the Greek forces are gathering at Salamis. Themistocles visits Gorgo in Sparta to ask for help, but Gorgo is mourning Leonidas s death and angry for what the goal of a united Greece has cost. Before departing, Themistocles returns Leonidas s sword, which had been delivered to him by Ephialtes under Xerxes s orders, and urges Gorgo to avenge Leonidas.
In Athens, Xerxes s army is laying waste when Ephialtes arrives to deliver Themistocles message. Upon learning he is alive, Artemisia leaves to ready her navy for battle. Xerxes suggests it is likely a trap, but she reminds him of her role. The remaining Greek ships charge into the Persians ships, beginning the decisive Battle of Salamis. Themistocles and Artemisia engage in a duel, which ends in a stalemate with both receiving severe injuries.
Gorgo arrives at the battle along with ships from numerous Greek city states including Delphi, Thebes, Olympia, Arcadia, and Sparta, all uniting against the surrounded Persians. Daxos leads the Arcadian army while Themistocles urges Artemisia to surrender. Xerxes, watching the battle from a cliff, turns his back on her, acknowledging his naval defeat and continuing the march of his army. Artemisia tries to kill Themistocles but is killed as he stabs her through the stomach. While Dilios leads the Greek assault, Themistocles and Gorgo take a moment to silently acknowledge one another s alliance as the remaining Persians attempt a counter-attack. The three then charge at the Persians with the entire Greek army.
- Sullivan Stapleton as Themistocles
- Eva Green as Artemisia Caitlin Carmichael as 8-year-old Artemisia Jade Chynoweth as 13-year-old Artemisia
- Caitlin Carmichael as 8-year-old Artemisia
- Jade Chynoweth as 13-year-old Artemisia
- Lena Headey as Queen Gorgo
- Rodrigo Santoro as King Xerxes
- Jack O Connell as Calisto
- Hans Matheson as Aeschylus
- Callan Mulvey as Scyllias
- David Wenham as Dilios
- Andrew Tiernan as Ephialtes
- Yigal Naor as King Darius I
- Andrew Pleavin as Daxos
- Ben Turner as General Artaphernes
- Ashraf Barhom as General Bandari
- Christopher Sciueref as General Kashani
- Peter Mensah as Artemisia s trainer / Persian messenger
- Gerard Butler as King Leonidas (flashback)Additionally, a computer-generated facsimile is used to represent Leonidas in a separate scene.
- Additionally, a computer-generated facsimile is used to represent Leonidas in a separate scene.
- Michael Fassbender as Stelios (flashback)
In June 2008, producers Gianni Nunnari, Mark Canton, and Bernie Goldmann revealed that work had begun on a sequel to 300. Legendary Pictures announced that Frank Miller, who wrote the 1998 comic book limited series on which the film 300 was based, was writing a follow-up graphic novel, and Zack Snyder, co-screenwriter and director of 300, was interested in directing the adaptation, but instead chose to develop and direct the Superman reboot Man of Steel. Noam Murro directed instead, while Snyder produced and co-wrote. The film was centered on the Greek leader Themistocles, portrayed by Australian actor Sullivan Stapleton. During pre-production, the film was titled 300: Battle of Artemisium (although this was widely misreported as Battle of Artemisia ); the film was retitled 300: Rise of an Empire in September 2012.
Principal photography commenced in early July 2012 at the Nu Boyana Film Studios in Sofia, Bulgaria. Underwater greenscreen scenes were also filmed at Leavesden Studios. On May 10, 2013, it was announced the film s release date would be pushed back from August 2, 2013, to March 7, 2014.
300: Rise of an Empire grossed $106.6 million in North America and $231 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $337.6 million, against a production budget of $110 million.
In North America, the film opened to number one in its first weekend with $45 million. In its second weekend, the film dropped to number two, grossing an additional $19.2 million. In its third weekend, the film dropped to number five, grossing $8.5 million. In its fourth weekend, the film dropped to number nine, grossing $4.2 million.
300: Rise of an Empire received mixed reviews from critics. Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gives the film an approval rating of 45% based on 198 reviews, with an average rating of 5.00/10. The site s critical consensus reads, It s bound to hit some viewers as an empty exercise in stylish gore, and despite a gonzo starring performance from Eva Green, 300: Rise of an Empire is a step down from its predecessor. On Metacritic, the film has a score of 48 out of 100 score, based on 34 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B on an A+ to F scale, down the A− received by its predecessor.
Several critics compared the film negatively to its predecessor. Todd Gilchrist of The Wrap wrote: Rise of an Empire lacks director Snyder s shrewd deconstruction of cartoonish hagiography, undermining the glorious, robust escapism of testosterone-fueled historical reenactment with an underdog story that s almost too reflective to be rousing. Nicolas Rapold of The New York Times gave a mixed review: The naval collisions and melees play out in panel-like renderings that are bold and satisfying for the first half-hour but lack the momentum and bombastic je ne sais quoi of 300. Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter thought it was more monochromatic and duller in appearance, lacking the bold reds and rich earth tones of the earlier film. Scott Foundas of Variety gave a positive review: This highly entertaining time-filler lacks the mythic resonances that made 300 feel like an instant classic, but works surprisingly well on its own terms. Soren Anderson of The Seattle Times thought it very impressive in its single-minded dedication to creating a moviegoing experience designed to totally engulf its audience. James Rocchi of Film.com gave the film a zero out of ten and called it a 3D joke.
Kyle Smith of the New York Post felt The film works as a high-tech boy-fantasy successor to Conan the Barbarian. James Berardinelli wrote, The movie delivers all the necessary elements but their impact is dull. Joe Neumaier of the New York Daily News thought it looked like an ashen video game. It s even more muddy in IMAX and 3-D. Colin Covert of the Star Tribune felt it plays like a collaboration between the Marquis de Sade and Michael Bay. Or maybe the History Channel and the Saw franchise. Guy Lodge of Time Out wrote, It s flesh and carnage that the audience is here to see, and Murro delivers it by the glistening ton, pausing only for stray bits of backstory. Ann Hornaday of The Washington Post said Rise of an Empire is no fun at all – even those famous six-pack abs from 300 seem to be missing a can or two. In a negative review, Drew Hunt of the Chicago Reader wrote The slow-motion battle scenes are technically impressive and occasionally elegant, but there s enough machismo here to choke a thousand NFL locker rooms. Richard Roeper called the film A triumph of production design, costumes, brilliantly choreographed battle sequences and stunning CGI.
Scott Bowles of USA Today gave the film two out of four stars: For anyone looking for a sense of script (forget plausibility), Empire is a Trojan horse. Betsy Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times thought The spectacularly brutal fighting is the film s main calling card, and in that Rise of an Empire doesn t disappoint. David Hiltbrand of The Philadelphia Inquirer praised its slo-mo ultraviolence and impressive 3-D effects , calling it a fan boy s fantasy, a four-star wonderment. Tom Long of The Detroit News gave the film a D, a bloodbath and not much else. Adam Nayman of The Globe and Mail called it an add-on content pack for a video game. Mark Jenkins of NPR gave the film a negative review, saying If the movie s action recalls video games, the dramatically artificial lighting suggests 1980s rock videos. Indeed, Rise of an Empire is so campy that it might work better as a musical. Stephen Whitty of the Newark Star-Ledger gave the film one and a half stars out of four, saying There is much grinding of teeth, and mauling of history, and anachronistic use of gunpowder, until we plug our ears and desperately pray to the gods of Olympus, or the brothers of Warner, that they might make an end.
Despite mixed reviews for the film as a whole, Eva Green s performance as the naval officer Artemisia received positive reviews, with some going so far as to say she was more interesting than the heroes, and saved the film. Ty Burr of The Boston Globe stated, Rise of an Empire may strike some as an improvement on the first film, if only for two reasons: naval warfare and the glorious absurdity of Eva Green. According to Rafer Guzman s Newsday review, The one bright spot is Eva Green as Xerxes machinator, Artemesia, a raccoon-eyed warrior princess… Green plays a snarling, insatiable, self-hating femme fatale and completely steals the show. Stephanie Zacharek writing for The Village Voice exclaimed, Mere mortals of Athens, Sparta, and every city from Mumbai to Minneapolis, behold the magnificent Eva Green, and tremble!
The Guardian s historical films reviewer, Alex von Tunzelmann, discredited the film s historical legitimacy, giving it the classification of History grade: Fail. She itemizes numerous historical discrepancies in the film, including the pivotal scene in which Themistocles kills Darius the Great at the Battle of Marathon even though he was really absent and died of natural causes only years later. Tunzelmann further quotes the Persian Fire author and historian Tom Holland, who translated Herodotus s Histories, and who is an expert on the Greco-Persian wars, as comparing the film to a wild fantasy substitute for actual historic reality.
Paul Cartledge, a professor of Greek culture at Cambridge University, also noted historical inaccuracies in the film. For example, Darius was not killed as depicted, and neither Xerxes nor Darius was present at the Battle of Marathon. Artemisia, historically a queen and not an abused orphaned slave, actually argued against sailing into the straits and survived the Persian Wars. In addition, the Spartan Navy contributed a mere 16 warships to the Greek fleet of 400 warships in the ending battle scene, rather than the huge armada shown.
Some critics have identified the film as an example of Iranophobia. Tunzelmann found the film being the same massive gilded embodiment of orientalism from . According to Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones, Professor of Ancient History at Cardiff University: Indeed, the Persians of 300: Rise of an Empire remain the incarnation of every Orientalist cliché imaginable: they are as decadent and oversexed as they are weak and spineless. They are also incapable of winning battles without the help of a Greek traitor: Artemisia, a woman who may be costumed like Xena, warrior princess, but whose heart is consumed by a crazy desire for power and destruction.
300: Rise of an Empire was released on the iTunes Store on June 3, 2014, and was released on DVD and Blu-ray on June 24 of the same year.
In a 2016 interview, Snyder stated that more sequels to 300 would focus on topics beyond Ancient Greece, such as the American Revolutionary War, the Battle of the Alamo or a battle in China.
In May 2021, Snyder revealed that he had written an Alexander the Great film that was intended to function as a conclusion to the 300 trilogy, but it evolved into having a greater focus on a love story between Alexander and Hephaestion, leading Snyder to think it could not function as a third 300 film. The script was retitled Blood and Ashes but it failed to be greenlit by Warner Bros. Pictures.
|Plot||Greek general Themistocles of Athens leads the naval charge against invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes and Artemisia, vengeful commander of the Persian navy.|
|Awards||Awards, 2 wins & 7 nominations|
|Writers||Zack Snyder, Kurt Johnstad, Frank Miller|
|Stars||Sullivan Stapleton, Eva Green, Lena Headey|
|Produced by||Mark Canton, Wesley Coller, Marty P. Ewing, Craig J. Flores, Alex Garcia, Bernie Goldmann, Jon Jashni, Stephen Jones, Frank Miller, Gianni Nunnari, Roee Sharon, Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder, Thomas Tull|
|Music by||Junkie XL|
|Cinematography by||Simon Duggan|
|Film Editing by||David Brenner, Wyatt Smith|
|Casting By||Lucy Bevan, John McAlary|
|Production Design by||Patrick Tatopoulos|
|Art Direction by||Sue Chan, Alexei Karaghiaur, Darren Poe, Sonya Savova, Joe Farrell, Patricio M. Farrell|
|Set Decoration by||Jenny Oman, Severina Stoyanova, Simon Wakefield|
|Costume Design by||Christine Bieselin Clark, Alexandra Byrne|
|Makeup Department||Ozzy Alvarez, Angela Angelova, Kristin Arrigo, Daniela Avramova, Kevin Carter, Sidony Etherton, Michael Ezell, Ryk Fortuna, Kelly Golden, Sofi Hvarleva, Kevin Kirkpatrick, Steve Koch, Eryn Krueger Mekash, Lorraine Martin, Nicola Matthews, Cass McClure, Michael Mekash, Liz Mendoza, Danielle Noe, Dhruve Patel, Cristina Patterson, Ani Plotkin-Maloney, Iván Pohárnok, Justin Raleigh, Clare Ramsey, Alex Rouse, Eleanor Sabaduquia, Aileen Seaton, Iva Shtabekova, Petya Simeonova, Lesley Smith, Brett Stern, Yana Stoyanova, Natalie Thimm, Valentin Valov, Greta Velikova, Carla Vicenzino, Jill Warner, Steve Winsett, Felicity Wright, Kristina Zlateva|
|Production Management||Jyoti Bhalchandra Deshpande, Valentin Dimitrov, Justin Ferk, Tami Goldman, Veselin Karadjov, Carmen Pepelea, Alexander Peytchev, Jason Pomerantz, Roee Sharon, Ty Warren, Dominique Combe|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Vasilena Boneva, Damon Caro, Eric Jewett, Kiril Neitchev, Aleksandar Partulov, Philip A. Patterson, Toby Pease, Cali Pomes, Natasha Roth, Kristina Sakizli, Arthur Shepherd, Antony Tanev, Magdalena Topuzova, Shea Vargé, Yana Viktorova, Julian Wall, Richard E. White, Adriana Yurukova|
|Art Department||Mirel Ahmed, Petar Alexandrov, Henry Alvarado, Nuttavut Baiphowongse, Pavel Bayraktarski, Matthias Beeguer, Laurent Ben-Mimoun, Borislav Bogdanov, Dilyan Borisov, Stoyan Boyadjiev, Christopher Brändström, Dirk Buchmann, Andrea Carter, Chavdar Papazov, David Chow, Court Chu, Don Tex Clark, Jon Colson, Francesco Corvino, Kelton Cram, Michael D Imperio, Anna Daverova, Yavor Denev, Nikolai Dikov, Ivan Dimitrov, Jivko Dimitrov, Rumyan Dimitrov, Valentin Dimitrov, Maria Doicheva, Stoyan Doychev, Timothy M. Earls, Leif Einarsson, Darren Fitzsimons, Glenn Forbes, Jeff Frost, Mihaela Gavanozova, Nikolay Georgiev, Branka Gligorova, Anna Hadzhieva, Georgi Harizanov, Lubomir Harizanov, James Hegedus, Darryl Henley, Roger Holden, Will Holden, Dimitar Hristovich, Martin Ivanov, Sebastian Ize, Michael Anthony Jackson, Daniel R. Jennings, Gavin Johnson, Stanimir Karadraganov, Adam Khalid, Allison Klein, Gavriil Klimov, Ivelin Kolev, Barry Kootchin, Vance Kovacs, Peter Krumov, Slavyan Nhi Kuak, David R. Lawson, Tammy S. Lee, Adam Lewis, Robert Lucas, Vencislav Lukanov, Jason Mahakian, Stefan Manchev, Rosen Marinkov, Richard F. Mays, Robert McKinnon, Martin L. Mercer, Michael Meyers, Evgeni Milev, Joshua Min, Yossif Mladenov, Luca Nemolato, Antony Nguyen, Axel Nicolet, Ivaylo Nikolov, Nikolai Nikolov, Jay Oliva, Borislav Pekin, Dimiter Petkov, Vladimir Petkov, Bora Petkova, Svetlozar Petrov, Anshuman Prasad, Ivan Radev, Nikolai Rafailov, Stuart Rankine, Stefan Razlojki, Steffen Reichstadt, Todd Rex, Borislav Rizov, Krasimir Rizov, Vishal Sanghani, Christian Scheurer, Brian Shell, Dean Sherriff, Craig Shoji, Aaron Sims, Dora Somova, Kalin Stefanov, Rosen Stefanov, Kristian Stoyanov, Yuri Stoyanov, Yulian Svilenov, Gary Damian Thomas, Stoyan Tsakov, Peter Tsenov, Preslav Valchev, Gena Vazquez, Evgeni Vladimirov, Stephanie Wagner, Randall D. Wilkins, Valeri Yankov, Evgeni Yordanov, Ulrich Zeidler, Michael Zephro, Monislav Zhelyazkov, Teodora Zhelyazkova, Francesco Corvino, Ardeshir Radpour|
|Sound Department||Walter Anderson, James Ashwill, Bub Asman, Michael Botha, David V. Butler, Blake Collins, John T. Cucci, Michael Dressel, Susan Dudeck, Joshua Fielstra, John Guentner, Shane Hayes, Mark Holding, James Hyde, Chris Jenkins, Justin Jose, Michael Keller, Jason King, Nick Kray, Jenna Lange, Ai-Ling Lee, F. Hudson Miller, Alan Robert Murray, Kevin R.W. Murray, Eric A. Norris, Dan O Connell, Jordan O Neill, Jason Oliver, Willard Overstreet, Tom Ozanich, Unsun Song, Jason Stevens, Georgy Valchev, Aravind Vijayakumar, Matt Vowles, Stephen Webster, Katy Wood, Glenn Young, Ryan Young, Evan J Haley|
|Special Effects by||Jo Barrass-Short, Roland Blancaflor, Trayan Brankov, Gregory Oren Bryant, Yovko Dogandjiiski, Jeff Elliott, Nikolay Fartunkov, Joe Gomez, Jared Guenther, Allen Hall, Matthew Hall, Julia Hapney, Kayla Jo Holland, Carol Koch, Mark Koivu, Vladislav Lazov, Kristen Lobstein, Jacqueline Makkee, Nick Marra, Peter Nikolov, David Perteet, Brian Rae, Reggie Rizzo, Mariusz Rokicki, Bob Williams, Danny Yordanov|
|Visual Effects by||Heather Abels, Gary Abrahamian, Eri Adachi, Brian Adler, Nidhi Agarwal, Rohit Agarwal, Suzaine Aguirre, Nima Ahmadiehrad, Shish Aikat, Axel Akesson, Tosin Akinwoye, Frank Akrong, Erik Akutagawa, Ben Alepko, David W. Allen, Michael Allen, Daniel Lorenzo Alvarez, Francisco Alvarez, Mauricio Amezcua Arregui, Kapil Dev Anand, Scott Anderson, David Andrade, Bernd Angerer, Paul Arion, Luke Armstrong, Gabriel Arnold, Adam Arnot, Dhruv Arora, Katerina Arroyo, Ruth Asensio, Creighton Ashton, Mathieu Assemat, Jonathan Attenborough, Mark Anthony Austin, Patrice Avery, Biswas Avijit, Diego Avila, Kelsey Ayukawa, Emi Baba, Zahida Bacchus, Austin Baerg, Richard Baillie, James Baker, Manjusha Balachandran-Hall, Mahesh Balakrishnan, Sanjay Baliga, Dave Bannister, Tim Barter, Bryan Bartlett, Gunjan Baruah, Alvaro Bataller, Edward Bauman, Brian Baxter, Paul F. Becker, Leah Beevers, Jessica Beisler, Corey Belina, Adrian Bell, Nick Bell, Stephen Bennett, Frank Benton, Chiranjit Bera, Jan Berner, Sam Berry, Melissa Best, Alex Betancourt, Ediga c Bharath, Jonathan Bird, Peter Blackburn, Adam Blank, Derek Blume, Ilona Blyth, David Bohorquez, Luca Bonatti, Micha Boström, Jason Bowers, Christine Boy, Richard Boyle, Tatjana Bozinovski, Charlie Bradbury, Neal Bradshaw, Baby Braulio, Nina Brautigam, Ben Breckenridge, Justin Brekke, Xavier Breuil, Gossart Brian, Bill Bridges, Zaira Brilhante, Tasha Brotherton, Austin Brown, Randy Brown, Amy Brunolli, Izet Buco, Chad Buehler, Christian Burggraf, Jeremy Burns, Jeffrey Burt, Julian Burt, Dorian Bustamante, Naomi Butler, Hélène Bécourt, Colin Campbell, Daniela Campos Little, Julia Canfora, Marco Capparelli, Marco Carboni, Dan Carnegie, Ronan Carr, Angel Carrasco, Rodrigo Carrasco, Giovanni Casadei, Chas Cash, Ethan Casper, Shoghi Castel De Oro, Thomas Champon, Anoop Chandran, Jo-Wan Chao, Hunter Chase, Satyendra Chaturvedi, Paola Chavez, Sahil Chawla, Marco Checa Garcia, Lizzy Chen, Aleksei Chernogorod, Jeremy Chinn, Vikas Chirate, Daniel Chirwa, Steve Cho, Donny Choi, Peter Choi, Bryan Chojnowski, Sandesh Chonkar, Crystal Choo, Tim Chou, Ann Chow, Marvin Chua, Sun Chung, Martin Ciastko, Simone Ciliani, Jeffrey Cilley, Ivan Cipriani, Peter Claes, Danny Clark, Alex Clarke, Allison Clarke, Oli Clarke, Richard Clarke, Cory Clarkson, Pascal Clausen, Jessica Clifton, Chris Clough, James Cochrane, Gregory Coelho, Alex Collings, Crystal Compton, Patrick Conaty, Meagan Condito, Lyle Cooley, Dan Copping, Laurent Cordier, Louis Corr, Sam Cox, Tony Cranfield-Rose, Nick Crew, Jimmy Cruz, Grahame Curtis, Mark Curtis, Rick Curts, Yves D Incau, Marcello Da Silva, Nick Damico, Timm Dapper, Rhitam Das, Steven Davies, Aurore de Blois, Carlos Patrick De Leon, Jo De Mey, Manuela Schmidt de Souza, Hugo Debat-Burkarth, Darren DeCoursey, Gabriel Dedic, Christophe Dehaene, Yoshi DeHerrera, Christian Deiß, Emmanuel Delange, Stanley A. 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McCoy, Brody McIlveen, Chris McIlveen, Steve J. McLeod, Rick McMahon, Gurel Mehmet, Jignesh Mehta, Jeremy Meltzer, Juan Carlos Mendoza, Joel Román Mendías, Anand Ramachandran Menon, Mario Mercado, Moiz Merchant, Andre Mercier, Tony Micilotta, Daniel Midgley, Michel Mielke, Justin Mijal, Alan Millan, Michael Miller, Scott Miller, Brad Minnich, Karishma Mirashi, M.S.M. Mirzhaa, Jonathan Mitchell, Justin Mitchell, Jambunatha Mn, Arun Mohan, Stephen Molyneaux, Oliver Money, Alex Moon, Saybian Morgan, Bastien Mortelecque, Walid Mouawad, Jonathan Moulin, Mohsen Mousavi, Achal Muchhala, Sergio Mucino, Harry Mukhopadhyay, Chris Mulcaster, Tricia Mulgrew, Tim Mulvihill, Atyeb Muneer, Eden Munoz, Masakazu Murakami, Nick Murphy, Sandra Murta, Devan Mussato, Karthick Muthukumar, Arthur Na, Rajakanna Nagarajan, Nicole Nagata, Rudresh Naik, Nandhakishore, Masa Narita, Jason Navarro, Gregory Nazarian, Ryan Neal, Shaan Nelson, Helen Newby, Elliot Newman, Gary Newman, Nicolette Newman, Antony Nguyen, Viet Nguyen, Gustaf Nilsson, James P. Noon, John Norris, Matthew Novak, Winfield O Brien, Péter Obornik, Martin Ofori, Artemis Oikonomopoulou, Conrad Olson, Brian Openshaw, Carolyn Oros, Julie Orosz, Daniele Orsetti, Héctor M. Ortiz, Alex Ouzande, Jojan P M, Nitheesh P.C., Sumit Pabbi, Tharanipathi Padmanabhan, Camille Paleni, Suneel Kumar Palla, Ming Pan, Sanjay Panchal, Anubhav Pandey, Someshwar Pandey, Tejal Pandkar, Joshua Pang, Bikas Panigrahi, Ravi Pareek, Betsy Paterson, Jane Paton, Goran Pavles, Joe Pavlo, Aragon Pawson, Andrew Paxson, Peter Pelisek, Chris Pember, Aymeric Perceval, Menelaos Peristeridis, Eric Petey, Jason Pethtel, Dennis Petkov, Adam Petrie, Yakim Petrov, Chris Pettigrew, Brian Peyatt, Chris Phillips, Diego Piccinato, Oliver Pilarski, Victor Pillet, Jo Plaete, Danielle Plantec, Stephanie Pocklington, Melvin Polayah, Felix Pomeranz, Konstantinos Pontikidis, Michael Porterfield, Hannes Poser, Christian Poullay, Tim Pounds-Cornish, Kukal Prasanth, Terron Pratt, Ryan Prestridge, Ankit Priya, Jean-Colas Prunier, Gabriela Pruszkowska, Dnyandeep Pundkar, James Purdy, Stefan Puschendorf, Maickel Quinet, Jason Quintana, Ricardo Quintero, Winston Quitasol, Peter Rabel, Preetham Raj, Vipin Raj, Rajabose, Velmurugan Rajamani, Vikas Rajput, Eren Ramadan, Karthik Ramasamy, Venkatesh Ramu, Ambrish Rangan, Satheesh Rangasamy, Thomas Ravi, Clint G. Reagan, Julien Record, Vijay Bharath Reddy, Kieran Reed, Gábor Reikort, Ralph Reinle, Ari Reisner, Shinichi Rembutsu, Renganath, Jonathan Reynolds, Daniel Rhein, Benoit Rimet, Matt Ringot, Saysana Rintharamy, Brian Ritz, John Rix, Grant Robertson, Troy Robinson, Javier Roca, Samantha Rocca, Steve Des Roches, Raul Rodriguez Romeo, Bernardo Rodriguez, Antonio Rodríguez Díaz, Emmanuel Rojas, Marco Rolandi, Timo Rolle, Calvin Romeyn, Amir Ronen, Andrea Rosa, David Rose, Isabelle Rousselle, Marc Rubone, Jorge Oliva Ruiz, James Rustad, Johannes Saam, Alessandro Sabbioni, Matthew Sacchitella, Abhay Sagar, Jasdip Sagar, Imran Sajid, Anjum Sakharkar, Peter Salter, Murugan Sampath, Ramprasad Sampath, Sean Samuels, Sribalaji Santharam, Arnab Sanyal, B.S. Rajkumar Sapate, Nick Sargent, Kosta Saric, Benjamin Scabell, Federico Scarbini, Joe Scarr, Casey Schatz, Michael Scheffler, Franz Schiller, Paul Schlie, Ron Schrems, Florian Schuck, Jamie Schumacher, Timo Schumacher, Rebecca Scott, László Sebõ, Jaeil Seo, Alican Sesli, Sajith Sethumadhavan, Martin Seu, David Sewell, Gianfranco Sgura, Behnam Shafiebeik, Swati Shamsundar Malu, Shareef Shanawany, Rahul Sharma, Kerry Shea, Rushikesh Shelar, Saurabh Shenai, Natasha Shetye, Rana Shil, Randal Shore, Ben Shupe, Davide Sibilia, Luke Sikking, Marcela A. Silva, Elvis Simon, Elvis Simon, Satish Kumar Singh, Tj Singh, Rahul Sinha, Keith Sintay, John Sissen, David Sjodin, Magnus Skagerlund, Matina Skouteri, Sally Slade, Brendan Smith, Courteney Smith, Jonathan S. Smith, Nate Smith, Nicole Smith, Patrick Smith, Charuhas Sonar, Dinesh Soni, Liam Spencer, P. Sriram, Elliot Staker, Elliot Stammers, Julie Stark, Paul Stark, Daniel Stein, R. Alexi Steinhauer, Paul Stemmer, Mark Stepanek, David Stephens, Andy Stevens, Paul Stevens, Jamie R. Stewart, James Stone, David Stopford, Rosalind Stratton, Trent Stroud, Jim Su, Mirek Suchomel, Jason Summersgill, Monica Sun, Vinayaga Sundar, Quentin Sur, Jeevith Suryakanth, Stefan Susemihl, Josh Swanson, James Sweeney, David Swift, Attila Szalma, András Szõcs, Marc Taganas, Srinath Tammina, Jm Tangsoc, Mahmood Tariq, Dann Tarmy, Joe Tarrant, Sanjay Tawale, Ben Taylor, Vincent Techer, Will Telford, Jateen Thakkar, Kirtish Tharthare, Nicholas Theisen, Olivier Thibaut, Dhanoop Thiruthimmal, Promod Thomas, Neville Thomason, Jithendran Thottupurath, Nils Thuerey, Nick Thyssen, Dan Tindell, Syria Toliver, Ruggero Tomasino, Joel Tong, Le Joyce Tong, Josselin Tonnellier, Huan Tran, Sanju Travis, Pragyanand Tripathi, Stefano Trivelli, Stephan Trojansky, Tom Truscott, Greg Tsadilas, Tzung-Da Tsai, Janice Tso, Iyi Tubi, Arron Turnbull, Kraig Tytus, Randy Ui, Frank John Unger, Viral Vadalia, Mauricio Valderrama, Juan Valenzuela Alcaraz, Richard Van De Steenoven, Jozef van Eenbergen, John Van Hoey Smith, Ville-Matti Vasama, Vasantharajan.g.d, Yuri Vasilyev, Fani Vassiadi, Anandan Vasudevan, Saujanya Veera, Rajesh Velayudhan, Hristo Velev, Neall Verheyde, Joseph Villa, Nitin Vinod, Steve Viola, Mahadevan Vishal, Shiv Kumar Vishwakarma, Johannes Vogl, Rafael Vormittag, Andreas Vrhovsek, Nashia Wachsman, Steven Wade, Sagar Wakankar, Robin Walsh, Jessica Wan, Karen Wand, Nye Warburton, Dan Warder, Daniel Warom, Joshua Wassung, Martin Toby Watson, Alex Webb, Ollie Weigall, José Manuel Weil, Blair Werschler, Tom Whittington, Chad Wiebe, Royston Willcocks, Emily Williams, Monique Williams, Robin Williams, David Willinsky, Becki Wilson, Doug Winder, Jamie Wong, Pat Wong, Anthony Wonsoff, Chris Wood, Christian Wood, Max Wood, Tom Woolley, James Worlidge, Bjoern Wortmann, Doug Wright, Klaus Wuchta, Francis Xavier, Lucas Xavier, Xye, Reza Ghulam Yahya, Tuba Yalcin, Howard Yan, Sheen Yap, Sheen Wei Yap, Niki Yoblonski, Kei Yoneoka, Robert Young, Rowan Young, Victoria Albanese Young, Cobol Yu, Aslan Zamaev, Alyssa Zarate, Zachariah Zaubi, Khaled Zeidan, Joelle Xin Zhow, Junjun Zhu, Paolo Joel Ziemba, Jerry Zigounakis, Donaji Zuniga Rojas, Briana Aeby, Jake Albers, Ruben Gerardo Alfaro Moreno, Keith Barton, James Cattell, Anna Ford, Lince Francis, Nikhil Ghoorbin, Oleksiy Golovchenko, Daniel Gonzalez Solozabal, Krzysztof Grygowski, Emmanuel Guevarra, Jonathan Harden, Steven Haun, Isaac Hingley, Pablo Holcer, JoAnna Johnson, Satbir Singh Kukreja, Josh Lange, Julie Liu, Sara Lynch, Rajesh Manayil, Gurumurthy Mande, Shibu Varghese Mathew, Chiaki Matsubayashi, Chris McCrowe, Matthew McDonald, Marta Mintenko, Buhas Mohammedunny P., Joan Panis, Cara Payne, Gina Pentassuglia, Alex Perlstrom, Tananuch Phosri, Bandhavit Puangpikul, Prabhakaran R., Brian Ripley, Juan Antonio Rodriguez, Santosh Seshabhattar, Sreejith Venugopalan, Tanawat Wattanachinda, Ian W.S. White, Lindsey Williamson Christy|
|Stunts||Tsuyoshi Abe, Gordon Alexander, Guillermo Alvarez Bianchi, Boyan Anev, Asen Asenov, Pavel Avilov, Stanislav Babzhenko, Matt Berberi, Tihomir Valentinov Blagovestov, Freddy Bouciegues, Dan Brown, Steven John Brown, Damon Caro, Richard Cetrone, David Collom, Tim Connolly, Jefferson Cox, Lateef Crowder, Serge Crozon-Cazin, Wayne Dalglish, Shane Daniels, Paul Darnell, Keith Splinter Davis, Steve M. Davison, Cory DeMeyers, Arturo Dickey, Ivailo Dimitrov, Sergei Dmitriev, Dimiter Doichinov, Yakov Efimov, Dirk Ellis, Ilian Emanviov, Polyakov Eugeniy, Mark Fichera, Filip Ciprian Florian, Nicolae Gabriel, Mykola Galagan, Genadiy Ganchev, Chris Gann, Guillermo Grispo, Zahari Grozdanov, James M. Halty, Ryan Happy, Adam Hart, Jimmy Hart, Elliot Hawkes, Adrian Hein, Dian Hristov, Radoslav Ignatov, Allen Jo, Danko Jordanov, Mike Justus, Jacob Kabel, Milen Kaleichev, Kalin Kerin, Krisztian Kery, Richard King, Maksym Koriak, John Koyama, Tomasz Krzemieniecki, Jesse La Flair, Paul Leonard, Eric Linden, Sam Looc, Georgi Manchev, Yana Marinova, Stiliyan Mavrov, Nancy McCrumb, Trayan Milenov-Troy, Mike Mukatis, Jessen Noviello, Gabriel Nunez, Natalie Padilla, Aleksander Panichuk, Radoslav Parvanov, Velizar Peev, Radka Petkova, Laurent Plancel, Clarrel Pope, Elitsa Razheva, Kai Fung Rieck, Tim Rigby, Troy Robinson, Dmitro Rudy, Matthew Rugetti, Michael Runyard, Hasit Savani, Lee Sheward, Stefan Shopov, Karin Silvestri, Krasimir Simeonov, Reni Sirmina, Georgi Stanislavov, Wolfgang Stegemann, Sam Still, Nicolae Stoica, Jake Swallow, Mens-Sana Tamakloe, Josh Tessier, Petro Triesko, Teodor Tsolov, Snejina Vasileva, Stoyanov Vencislav, Tihomir Vinchev, Tyler Vogt, Mark Aaron Wagner, Ryan Watson, Martin Wilde, Justin A. Williams, Samantha Win|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Hristo Aleksandrov, Ivan Aleksandrov, Yavor Aleksandrov, Michael D. Anderson, Robert Anderson, Samuel Andert, Nikola Angelov, Anton Bakarski, Jason Bauer, Borislav Belberov, Ian Bird, Neil Blackman, Miroslav Borisov, Danny Brown, Jeremy Brussell, A. Anthony Cappello, Alfred Castillo, Aleksandur Dimitrov, Desislav Dimitrov, Dimitar Dimitrov, Stanislav Dimitrov, Simon Dunn, Loren Elkins, Clay Enos, Yulian Filipov, Vasil Galabov, Toby Gallo, Stoyan Georgiev, Octavian Golgot, Jimmy Harritos, Sean Higgins, Alice Hobden, Callum Howie, Lyubomir Hristoskov, Hristo Idakiev, Aaron Keating, Alexander Kenanov, Peter Kostov, Tsvetan Kostov, R. Scott Lawrence, Viktor Lonek, Peter McCaffrey, Martin Mecko, Nikolai Mihailov, John J. Moers, Vihar Nikolov, Maxim Penev, Emil Petkov, Georgi Petkov, Ryan Rayner, Pete Romano, David Schmalz, Lorenzo Senatore, Nikifor Shopov, Marc Sieger, Chavdar Simeonov, Valentin Stanimirov, Venelin Stepanov, Atanas Stoyanov, Emiliano Topai, Alexandre Trenev, Valentin Tsankarski, Anthony Tulloch, Raul Vasquez, Ivan Vatsov, Gareth Viner, Dimitar Vuchkov, Brook Willard, Mike Wächter, Mihail Yanakiev, Iliya Yonev, Yavor Zahariev, Michael J. Schwartz, Frank R. Sims, Ian Speed|
|Animation Department||Daniel Lorenzo Alvarez, Terence Bannon, Amaury Coljon, Santiago Colomo, Mike Ford, Ben Krolick, Jonathan Logsdon, Akshay Malhotra, Thibault Pansiot, Damian Gajardo Schneider, Keith Sintay, Ryan Wasson|
|Casting Department||Chris Bustard, Hristo Dimitrov, Barbara Harris, Ruth Key, Alexander Kossev, John McAlary|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Desislava Andonova, Marco Baratti, Alma Barbieri, Jeeda Barford, Andrew Cartwright, Kasia Chojnowska, Joshua Coleman, Christian Cordella, Rachel Freire, Anna Gelinova, Kevin Giles, Asen Karanikolov, Harriet Kendall, Aneta Velizar Kounova, Sharon Long, Gabriella Loria, Whitaker Malem, Robert McKinnon, Sarah Moore, Tisha D. Nagel, Emma O Connor, Rachel Parkin, Marina Proykova, Soizic Quentin de Coupigny, Laura Renouf, Jo Rosen, Vyarka Sirkova, Jaclyn Tamizato, Antonia Tocheva, Bryony Tyrrell, Jo Van Schuppen, Ivan Vasilev, Jasmina Vasileva, Alan Villanueva, Darrell Warner, Adam M. West, Tricia Yoo, Dominic Young|
|Editorial Department||Ilina Alexandrova, Jason Bauer, Carlos M. Castillón, Adam M. Duthie, Kheireddine El-Helou, Tritia Espinoza, David Gallegos, Fady Hadid, Edward Hobson, Annie Johnson, Erik Kaufmann, Trevin Matcek, Lara Mazzawi, Yaminah McKessey, Richard B. Molina, Jim Passon, Britni Ziegler Peters, Mariah K. Shields, Stefan Sonnenfeld, Jack Watts, Daniel André, Brian Gee, JoAnne Ji Kim, Ian Sullivan|
|Location Management||Ed Portillo|
|Music Department||Helen Z. Altenbach, Christopher Anderson-Bazzoli, Emad Borjian, Kevin Connolly, Blake Cooper, Ann De Renais, Bruce Dukov, Bruce Fowler, Walt Fowler, Nick Glennie-Smith, Tom Hardisty, Joel Iwataki, Junkie XL, Tom Kramer, Lisa Liu, Aaron Meyer, Melissa Muik, Stephen Perone, Jasper Randall, Ryan Robinson, Peter Rotter, Carl Rydlund, Nevin Seus, Christian Vorlander, Booker White, Hilda Örvarsdóttir, Kris Dirksen, Frank Macchia, Holly Williamson|
|Script and Continuity Department||Trisha Burton, Mariana Popova, Hristina Radeva Radeva, Shelly Stoyanova|
|Transportation Department||Jeff Bova, Milen Bozhichkov, Collin Butrum, Bruce Callahan, Bruce Comtois, Austin Hunter, Yavor Mantarkov, Kalin Nikolov, Jack Jay Reece, George A. Sack, Plamen Simeonov, Michael Jon Sparks, Chase Spitzer, Zahari Todorov|
|Additional Crew||Mark Atherlay, Carrie-Ann Banner, Alex Barrett, Paresh Behera, Diego Biello, Tracy A. Bjelland, Maï Boiron, Delyan Borisov, Ron Bottitta, Debra Bruce-Nazarian, John A. Busenberg, Sam Carmichael, Tiffany Cheng, Trevor Christie, Rebecca Collis, Matt Demier, Dobri Dodev, Matt Einstein, D.R. Farquharson, Michael Frayeh, Mark Frazier, Rachael Lin Gallaghan, Jenny Gienger, Jordan Gilbert, Ray Gordon II, Tzvetelina Hadzieva, Devin Hennessy, Steve Humphreys, Wandie Kabule, Sam Kalidi, Suraj Kaur Khalsa, Yavor Kirilov, Josh Larsen, David R. Lawson, Julian Ledger, Dongho Lee, Shiri Lerner, Michael J. Lyons, Sheryl Main, Christian Malouf, Carla O. Mancini, Miroslav Manov, Valeria Marinova, Dan Masciarelli, Gregory McLachlan, Hristina Mechkova, David Murrell, Gary R. Naccarato, Josh Nixon, Jeffrey Pallotta, Andy Parry, Tsvetan Pashaliyski, Valentin Peev, Gianfranco Pierantoni, Violeta Piperevska, Kristina Radicheva, Lonnie Ramati, Darren Richardson, Shane Roberts, Dirk Rogers, Von Ryan, Edis Seliminski, Iain Silvester, Dessy Sims, Nicholas Guy Smith, Kelly A. Snyder, Lane Stewart, Lyudmil Tanev, Enele Ma afu Tauteoli, Elena Tibichi, Didi Tokova, Mark Twight, Tatyana von Pedersen, Ventsislava Yoveva, Andrew Ableson, Jesse Ehman, Alex Hedlund, Jon Sperry|
|Companies||Warner Bros., Legendary Entertainment, Cruel & Unusual Films|
|Keywords||good versus evil,seductress,female nudity,removing clothes from someone,woman moans from pleasure|