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Deepwater Horizon is a 2016 American biographical disaster film based on the Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Peter Berg directed it from a screenplay by Matthew Michael Carnahan and Matthew Sand. It stars Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, John Malkovich, Gina Rodriguez, Dylan O Brien, and Kate Hudson. It is adapted from Deepwater Horizon s Final Hours , a December 25, 2010 article in The New York Times written by David Barstow, David Rohde, and Stephanie Saul.
Principal photography began on April 27, 2015, in New Orleans, Louisiana. The film premiered at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival and was theatrically released in the United States on September 30, 2016. It received generally positive reviews, but was considered to be one of the biggest box-office bombs of all-time, grossing slightly less than $122 million worldwide against a budget of $156 million, resulting in a loss of $60–112 million for the studio. The film was nominated for two Oscars at the 89th Academy Awards: Best Sound Editing and Best Visual Effects, and a BAFTA Award for Best Sound at the 70th British Academy Film Awards.
On April 20, 2010, Deepwater Horizon, an oil drilling rig operated by private contractor Transocean, is set to complete drilling off the southern coast of Louisiana on behalf of BP. Chief Electronics Technician Michael Mike Williams and Offshore Installation Manager James Mr. Jimmy Harrell are surprised to learn that the workers assigned to test the integrity of recently completed cement work are being sent home early, without conducting a cement bond log (CBL), at the insistence of BP managers Donald Vidrine and Robert Kaluza. While Mike prepares the drilling team, including Caleb Holloway, Shane Roshto and Adam Weise. Harrell meets with Vidrine and persuades him to conduct a negative pressure test, which indicates the cement has not properly sealed the well from the high-pressure reservoir. Vidrine disputes the test finding and orders a second test. After concluding the second test was a success, Vidrine pressures senior toolpusher Jason Anderson to run more tests and orders the rig to remove the drilling mud and prepare the rig to move to its next job.
At first, the operation goes smoothly, but the cement job eventually fails completely, triggering a massive blowout that overpowers and kills Weise, Roshto and majority of the other drill team members. Holloway and Vidrine manage to evacuate the floor in time.
A chain of equipment malfunctions, coupled with a failed attempt to seal the well, ignites the oil, killing Anderson and the other toolpushers. Andrea Fleytas, the rig s Dynamic Position Operator, tries to alert the Coast Guard, only to be overruled by her superior, Captain Curt Kuchta, on the grounds that the rig is not in any imminent danger, at least until the rig erupts in flames, then Kuchta sends out his own call for help. With oil now spewing into the ocean, an oil-covered pelican flies into the bridge of a nearby vessel, the Damon Bankston, which was there to collect the drilling mud from the well, and dies; the vessel heads towards the rig just as the workers begin a frantic evacuation, sending out a rescue team after seeing the rig burst into flames. Harrell, still alive, although seriously injured in the explosion, is rescued by Mike and assumes control of the situation, only to discover that the rig cannot be saved. Aaron Dale Burkeen, a close friend of Mike s, sacrifices himself to keep a burning crane from collapsing onto the surviving crew, while Mike and Caleb are able to rescue Vidrine and Kaluza and get them to safety.
As night falls and the burning oil lights up the area, the Coast Guard becomes aware of the incident and sends ships and aircraft to rescue the survivors, who are being ferried in the lifeboats to the Damon Bankston as it was already on scene to assist with the evacuation and rescue. With all the lifeboats full, Mike locates the emergency life raft, but it becomes separated from the rig before he and Andrea can board, causing the latter to suffer a panic attack. Just as the oil in the well itself ignites and destroys the rig, the two jump into the water and are picked up by rescuers, who then ferry them to the Damon Bankston, where the surviving crew mourn their lost crewmen and say the Lord s Prayer.
Returned home, the workers reunite with their families in a hotel lobby; during which the parents of one of the missing crew members accost Mike, resulting in him having a panic attack. Luckily, Mike s family rush in to comfort him.
The film ends with a series of clips showing the aftermath of the disaster, including testimony from the real-life Mike Williams and the revelation that Donald Vidrine and Robert Kaluza were the only two people prosecuted for their actions; both were charged with eleven cases of manslaughter. Pictures appear of the eleven men who lost their lives before the credits. The movie postscript reads: The blowout lasted for 87 days, spilling an estimated 210 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. It was the worst oil disaster in U.S. history.
- Mark Wahlberg as Mike Williams
- Gina Rodriguez as Andrea Fleytas
- Kurt Russell as Jimmy Mr. Jimmy Harrell
- John Malkovich as Donald Vidrine
- Ethan Suplee as Jason Anderson
- Kate Hudson as Felicia Williams
- Dylan O Brien as Caleb Holloway
- Jason Kirkpatrick as Dale Burkeen
- Henry Frost as Shane Roshto
- Brad Leland as Robert Kaluza
- Johnathan Angel as Gordon Jones
- J. D. Evermore as Dewey Revette
- Jeremy Sande as Adam Weise
- Jason Pine as Stephen Curtis
- Trace Adkins as grieving father in hotel
- Joe Chrest as David Sims
- James DuMont as Patrick O Bryan
- Dave Maldonado as Captain Curt Kuchta
- Douglas M. Griffin as Alwin Landry
- Juston Street as Anthony Gervasio
Development and writing
On March 8, 2011, it was announced that Summit Entertainment, Participant Media, and Image Nation had acquired the film rights to The New York Times article Deepwater Horizon s Final Hours , written by David Barstow, David S. Rohde, and Stephanie Saul, and published on December 25, 2010, about the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and subsequent oil spill. Matthew Sand was set to write the screenplay, while Lorenzo di Bonaventura was in talks to produce the film under his Di Bonaventura Pictures banner. Summit and Participant Media/Imagination would also finance the film. On acquiring the article to develop into a film, the president of Participant Media, Ricky Strauss said,
This is a perfect fit for us–a suspenseful and inspiring real-life account of everyday people whose values are tested in the face of an impending environmental disaster.
On July 24, 2012, Ric Roman Waugh was in talks with the studios to direct the film, Mark Vahradian was set to produce the film along with Bonaventura, and Lions Gate Entertainment also joined the project to produce and distribute. On July 11, 2014, it was announced that All Is Lost s director J. C. Chandor had been hired to direct the film; the screenplay s first draft was written by Sand, while Matthew Michael Carnahan wrote the second draft. In early October, it was confirmed that Summit would distribute the film, not Lionsgate. On January 30, 2015, it was reported that Lone Survivor director Peter Berg had replaced Chandor, and would re-team with Wahlberg on the film. Chandor exited due to creative differences.
On August 19, 2014, casting began, with actor Mark Wahlberg added in the lead role of the film. Wahlberg plays Mike Williams, a real-life electronics technician on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. On March 18, 2015, Gina Rodriguez was set to play a woman named Andrea Fleytas, who was on the bridge on board the Deepwater Horizon at the time of the blowout, and frantically tried to contact the Coast Guard. On April 10, 2015, Deadline reported that Dylan O Brien was in talks to play Caleb Holloway. Kurt Russell joined the film on the same day O Brien was in talks. Soon after, John Malkovich was confirmed cast, as a BP representative who fatally underestimates the dangers of working on the rig. Kate Hudson was announced as a cast member in May 2015, and playing the wife of Wahlberg s character; her role will be her first on-screen pairing with Russell, her stepfather, although they shared no dialogue in the film, only a hug.
Principal photography on the film began on April 27, 2015. It was officially announced by Lionsgate on May 18, 2015, that filming had begun in New Orleans, Louisiana. Production designer Chris Seagers built a 70 ft (21m) tall, 85% scale version of the Deepwater Horizon rig in the parking lot of the abandoned Six Flags New Orleans park. The set included a functional helipad and elevators. Beneath it was a tank filled with two million gallons of water, simulating the Gulf of Mexico.
The film cost a total of $156 million to produce, with $122 million spent in Louisiana. As a result, Lionsgate (the studio financing the film) received a $37.7 million subsidy from the state, under Louisiana s film incentive program. Later estimates put the production cost at $110 million.
Deepwater Horizon had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, on September 13, where it received a standing ovation from audiences after the screening. It opened in theaters on September 30, 2016, distributed by Summit Entertainment in the United States and Canada, and by Lionsgate Entertainment internationally.
Deepwater Horizon grossed $61.4 million in the United States and Canada and $60.4 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $121.8 million, against a net production budget of around $110 million. The Hollywood Reporter judged it one of 2016 s fourteen biggest box-office bombs.
In the United States and Canada, Deepwater Horizon was projected to gross $16–20 million from 3,259 theaters in its opening weekend, although some publications noted Wahlberg s films tend to outperform box office projections. The film made $860,000 from its Thursday night previews at 2,400 theaters, and $7.1 million on its first day. In total, the film earned $20.2 million during its opening weekend, debuting at number two at the box office behind Tim Burton s Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children. The film was released at a time when the marketplace was already dominated by two other adult-skewing pictures, The Magnificent Seven and Sully. The film over-performed in the Gulf Coast region, and also did exceptionally well in IMAX, which earned $2.7 million of the film s total opening weekend.
The film s opening weekend was regarded as underwhelming and a disappointment, given its hefty production budget, but dramas released during the fall, and Wahlberg s films, tend to have box office legs. Forbes called the opening good, but not great , especially considering the solid reviews. While most adult-skewing films would generally be made on a conservative budget in order to protect themselves financially, Deepwater Horizon was produced for $110–120 million (after tax rebates). Box office analyst Jeff Block said the film was a hard sell. This should have been a $60 million film. The budget was out of control. Recent real-life drama films such as Sully ($60 million budget), Bridge of Spies ($40 million) and Captain Phillips ($55 million) were made for more moderate amounts. The Hollywood Reporter noted that when Hollywood spends north of $100 million on a film, it is intended for a much broader audience, but that was not the case for Deepwater Horizon, as the main demographics were adults, with 67% of the total ticket buyers during its opening weekend being over the age of 35. Another possible reason for the film s mediocre debut was its marketing miss, which was also a subject of criticism; from the outset, Lionsgate marketed the film as a heroic tale versus an issues-oriented movie. The name Deepwater Horizon itself is more associated with the aftermath of the spill than the heroics of the men who survived and helped their fellow workers. The Hollywood Reporter estimated the film lost at least $60 million, when factoring together all expenses and revenues.
Outside North America, Deepwater Horizon opened simultaneously in 52 markets, and grossed $12.4 million, of which IMAX made up $1 million 119 IMAX screens. The U.K. was the top earning market, with $2.6 million, followed by the Middle East ($1.5 million), Taiwan ($1.4 million), Australia ($1.3 million), and Russia ($1.2 million). In China, the film opened on Tuesday, November 15, where it delivered a six-day opening weekend of $7.9 million, debuting in third place, behind local film I Am Not Madame Bovary and the continuation of Doctor Strange. The next major markets to open were Germany (November 24) and Spain (November 25).
Deepwater Horizon received generally positive reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes the film has an approval rating of 83% based on 260 reviews with an average rating of 7.00/10. The site s critical consensus reads, Deepwater Horizon makes effective use of its titular man-made disaster to deliver an uncommonly serious – yet still suitably gripping – action thriller. On Metacritic, the film has a score 68 out of 100 based on 52 critics, indicating generally favorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A− on an A+ to F scale.
Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter gave the film a positive review, writing, ruggedness and resilience counts for far more in the characterizations here than does nuance, and everyone delivers as required. From a craft and technical point of view, the film is all but seamless, a credit to the extra care taken to avoid a CGI look. Mike Ryan of Uproxx praised the film s performances and ability to make audiences angry at BP: I ll be honest, I didn t think we needed a movie about this subject. I ve changed my mind. And, if nothing else, I hope it gets people angry again, because the people who did this to our planet, and killed 11 people in the process, got off too easy. Benjamin Lee of The Guardian praised Berg s direction as admirably, uncharacteristically restrained… stages the action horribly well, capturing the panic and gruesome mayhem without the film ever feeling exploitative. It s spectacularly constructed, yet it doesn t forget about the loss of life, ensuring that, despite thin characterisation, the impact is felt.
Former crew members started their own crowd-funded documentary project before the film s release, out of frustration with factual liberties taken in the film script and in the media.
|2016||Teen Choice Awards||Choice AnTEENcipated Movie Actor||Dylan O Brien||Won|
|2017||National Board of Review||Spotlight Award||Mark Wahlberg and Peter Berg (also for Patriots Day)||Won|
|People s Choice Awards||Favorite Dramatic Movie||Deepwater Horizon||Nominated|
|Annie Awards||Outstanding Achievement, Animated Effects in a Live Action Production||Raul Essig, Mark Chataway, George Kuruvilla and Mihai Cioroba||Nominated|
|Visual Effects Society Awards||Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature||Craig Hammack, Petra Holtorf-Stratton, Jason Snell, John Galloway and Burt Dalton||Won|
|Outstanding Model in a Photoreal or Animated Project||Kelvin Lau, Jean Bolte, Kevin Sprout and Kim Vongbunyong||Won|
|British Academy Film Awards||Best Sound||Mike Prestwood Smith, Dror Mohar, Wylie Stateman and David Wyman||Nominated|
|Society of Camera Operators Awards||Camera Operator of the Year – Film||Jacques Jouffret||Nominated|
|MPSE Golden Reel Awards||Feature English Language – Effects/Foley||Wylie Stateman, Renée Tondelli, Gary Hecker, Rick Owens, Sylvain Lasseur, Dror Mohar and Kris Fenske||Nominated|
|Academy Awards||Best Sound Editing||Wylie Stateman and Renée Tondelli||Nominated|
|Best Visual Effects||Craig Hammack, Jason Snell, Jason Billington and Burt Dalton||Nominated|
|AACTA Awards (7th)||Best Visual Effects or Animation||Jason Billington, James Whitlam, Linda Luong||Nominated|
|Plot||A dramatization of the disaster in April 2010, when the offshore drilling rig called the Deepwater Horizon exploded, resulting in the worst oil spill in American history.|
|Awards||Nominated for 2 Oscars, 4 wins & 15 nominations total|
|Writers||Matthew Michael Carnahan, Matthew Sand, David Barstow|
|Stars||Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, Douglas M. Griffin|
|Produced by||Tamara Bally, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Lauren Downey, Petra Holtorf, Jonathan King, Cliff Lanning, Stephen Levinson, Todd Lewis, Qiuyun Long, Bo Shen, Jeff Skoll, Mark Vahradian, Patrick Wachsberger, Mark Wahlberg, David Womark, Shixing Zhou|
|Music by||Steve Jablonsky|
|Cinematography by||Enrique Chediak|
|Film Editing by||Gabriel Fleming, Colby Parker Jr.|
|Casting By||Deborah Aquila, Tricia Wood|
|Production Design by||Chris Seagers|
|Art Direction by||Douglas Cumming, Marc Fisichella, Erik Haraldsted, Lisa Vasconcellos|
|Set Decoration by||Jonny Bullard, Victor J. Zolfo|
|Costume Design by||Kasia Walicka-Maimone|
|Makeup Department||Cary Ayers, Howard Berger, Jonny Bullard, Cammy Crochet, Daina Daigle, Sherri B. Hamilton, Jennifer Hodges, Courtney Jarrell, Ray V. Johnson Jr., Tami Lane, Donita Miller, Paige Reeves, Kristal Shannon, William Spataro, Linda Traxler, Johnny Villanueva, Adam Walls, Renee Ramos|
|Production Management||Russell Allen, Bryan H. Carroll, Petra Holtorf, Todd Lewis, Mark W. McCoy, Jason Pomerantz, Donna Sloan, Elona Tsou, David Womark|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Jason Altieri, Mikey Eberle, Michael Kuzenka, Cliff Lanning, Kristina Massie, Dixon McPhillips, Jayson Merrill, Kevin Scott, Rhys Summerhayes, Eric Scott Williamson, Raymond Mamrak|
|Art Department||Chris Bergin, Edward J. Borasch Jr., Tristan Paris Bourne, Steve Burnes, Laurianne Butler-Smith, Gregory Byrne, Stephen Cabinum, David Christopher Campbell, John Capdevielle, Alexandra Capps, Gregory Chauffe Jr., Todd Clevenger, David A Cook, David A. Cook, Alan Coombs, Broc Corcoran, James M. Davis, Cosmas A. Demetriou, Dale DeStefani, Derek Devers, Alan Droeger, Timothy M. Earls, Will Eastin, Jaime Fernandez, Sven Fodale, Sonia L. Garcia, Adam Gelbart, Kristopher Gifford, Donnie Grant, Drew Guajardo, Josh Hadley, Erika Marie Heaton, John Hockaday, Jeremy Holroyd, Glenn Hoofman, Vinson Jae, Caleb P. Johnson, Kent Jones, John Kelso, Noelle King, Lisa M. Kittredge-Rodriguez, John Lamkin, Austin T. LeValley, Ken Lewis Jr., Lindanne Lewis, Jennifer Lewis-Farley, Rikki Longanecker, Landon Lott, Elizabeth Lynch, Alex Maxwell, Sergey Mazurov, Patrick R. McCloskey Jr., Robert S. McDonald, Justin Meriwether, Michael Mikita Jr., Jonathan Mikita, Michael Mikita, John Millard, Katalin Millard, Daniel P. Murphy, Austin Naulty, Carla S. Nemec, Rick Newsome, Chad Palardy, Marco Palos, Paul Penley, Alixandra Petrovich, Kyle S. Plowden, Erik Polczwartek, Jack Reeves, Eric Ringbloom, Bert Rodriguez, Nicholas Rymond, Matthew Salac, John Sanchez, Walter Schneider, Billy Sender, Dean Sherriff, Chad Simpson, Lauren Slatten, Jason Baldwin Stewart, Valek Sykes, Ed Symon, Emma Verdugo, Michael Vojvoda, Emil Warren, Taylor Weeks, Ashley Wetwiski, Frank White, Lyndell Wolff, Shaun Young, Stephen Zavala, Dean Sherriff|
|Sound Department||Aziz Acar, Ron Bartlett, Michael Broomberg, Raam Brousard, Paul Capuano, Derek Casari, Lori Castro, Jason Chiodo, Cary Clark, Harry Cohen, Jeremy B. Davis, Mark DeSimone, Blake Donaubauer, Kris Fenske, Michael Feuser, Dustin Fleetwood, Sarah Gibble, Hector C. Gika, Gary A. Hecker, Eric Hoehn, Nick Jimenez, Michael Keller, Michael B. Koff, Sylvain Lasseur, Betsy Lindell, Leo Marcil, Michael Miller, Dror Mohar, Chris Navarro, Rick Owens, Mike Prestwood Smith, Ryan Putz, Lee Salevan, Randy Singer, Branden Spencer, Wylie Stateman, Carol Thomas, Renee Tondelli, Chris Welcker, David Wyman, Jackie! Zhou, Gil Geva, Evan J Haley, Billy Theriot|
|Special Effects by||Francis J. Ayre Jr., Martin Ayre, Joseph J. Babic, Josh Bailey, John S. Baker, Robert Benavidez, Kenneth Bosse, Preston Brice, Marshall T. Broyles, Gregory Oren Bryant, Douglas Calli, Dan Cangemi, Matthew Carrubba, Tony Centonze, Terry Chapman, Art Clever, Jonathan Clever, Troy Collins Jr., Christopher Lynn Cook, Steve Cremin, Burt Dalton, Nicholas Dawson, William Dawson, Donnie Dean, Curtis Decker, Bart Dion, Matthew Dion, Dino Doane, Eric Dressor, Roderic Mick Duff, Elias Duhe Jr., Jerome Edwards, Dale Ettema, Randy Fitzgerald, Amie Foot, Armando González, Skylar Gorrell, Eric Gray, Wesley R. Hardee, James F. Henry, Raymond Jake Henry, Anthony Ray Herrera, Eddie Holecko, John A. Jewell, Jeremy Johnson, Chris Jones, Mik Kastner, William D. Kennedy, Keith Kurtz, Matt Kutcher, Matthew James Kutcher, Zack Kutcher, Joseph Lauricella, Austin T. LeValley, Paul Lopez, Joe Love, John Lowe, Chelsea Madison, Wes Mattox, Brandon K. McLaughlin, Andrew Miller, Justin Kane Miller, Donald Myers, Glynn E. Odom, David Pahoa, Jose Antonio Paramo, Steve Antonio Paramo, Caleb Phillips, Jennifer Picard, David A. Poole, Ricky Pratt, William Purcell, Brad Raziano, Eric Roberts, Matthew Scurry, Mark Sheaffer, Brett S. Smith, Jim Staples, Aaron Strickland, Christopher A. Suarez, Kyle Thibodeaux, Mel Turner, Louis Chue Vado, Juli Van Brown, Bruno Van Zeebroeck, Joshua von Badinski, Jim Walker, Jeff Warren, Patrick Edward White, Jeffrey G. Wicker, Scott Willis, Wayne Wise, Daniel Yates|
|Visual Effects by||Nadia Alaskari, Silvio Alberti, Stephen Allison, Jill Ambrosino, Matt Anderson, Raine Anderson, Florent Andorra, Rob Andrews, Nicole Ashford, Marc Aubry, Patrice Avery, Josh Azzopardi, Mostafa Badran, Christopher Balog, Michael Balzer, Danny Banda, Guy Barnes, Tanner Bartlett, William Bartlett, Claudio Bassi, Grettel Batoon, Matt Bauer, Caleb Bell, Kevin Bell, David Bemi, Michele Benigna, Ethan Bentley, Louise Bertrand, Miguel Berube Ouellet, Wayne Billheimer, Jason Billington, Sean Bittinger, Jason Bohbot, Jean Bolte, Chris Bone, Cédric Bonnaffoux, Rob Bonstin, Landon Bootsma, Nathan Borck, Gregory Bossert, Mathieu Boudreau, Paul Boyd, Ryan Brassington, Dan Brittain, Hugh Brompton, Caroline Bélisle, Kristaan Cain, Luis Calero, Marc Calvelo, Zac Cavaliero, Katherine Chambers, Can Chang, Hui Ling Chang, Chris Charlton, Kathy Chasen-Hay, Mark Chataway, Peter Chesloff, Daniel Chirwa, Anthony Church, Graham Churchill, Simone Ciliani, Mihai Cioroba, Bodie Clare, Félix Clément, Alex Coble, Tony Como, Karen Therese Connolly, Glenn Cotter, Mélanie Cotton, Antonio Covelo Peleteiro, Debbie Cramb, Joanie Croteau, Dustin Cumming, Allan Dalton, Samantha Dark, Dexter Davey, Sophie Dawes, Max Decroix, Thierry Delattre, Luc Desmarais, Donald Dey Jr., Aleksa Dodic, Lafleche Dumais, Brad Dunn, Ryan Dutour, C. Michael Easton, David Edwards, Hunter Elliott, Edwin Erdmanis, Raul Essig, Jeremy Evans, Paul Faulkes, Ari Feblowitz, Chantal Feghali, Caithlin Ferrier, Simon Fillat, Marco Firme, Tom Fisher, Jean-Pierre Flayeux, Daniel Flood, Brian Flynn, Edward Fokkema, Lauren Fong, Rebecca Forth, Adam Gailey, Andrew Galka, John J. Galloway, Martin Garcia, Juan Jesús García, Michael Garrett, Alejandro Garrido, Jesus Garrido, Stephan Gervais, Sam Getz, Matthew E. Gill, Mathieu Girard, Andrew Graham, Olivier Gravel, Alexandra Greene, Dean Grubb, Jonny Gu, Veronique Guay, Will Hackett, Craig Hammack, Nils Hansson, Daniel Harkness, Mark Harmon, Tim Harrington, Adam Hazard, David James Henderson, Simon Herden, Jeffrey Charles Higgins, David Hirschfield, David Hisanaga, Jeremy Hollingsworth, Petra Holtorf, Daniel Hourigan, Shirley Hsiao, Chia-Chi Hu, Levon Hudson, Zameer Hussain, Zayn Jinah, Grzegorz Jonkajtys, Georg Kaltenbrunner, Michelle Kater, Ian Kelly, Spencer Kelsey, Josh Kent, Laurent Kermel, Cenk Cevdet Kilar, Markus Kircher, Alexander Koehl, Edmund Kolloen, Van Aarde Krynauw, Johanes Kurnia, Vikas Kurup, Amit George Kuruvilla, Alain Lacroix, Charles Lai, Ganesh Lakshmigandan, Mathieu Lalonde, Zoe Lamaera, Vassilios Lanaris, Xavier Larocque, Kelvin Lau, David Law, Peter Leber, Euisung Lee, Seung-Hun Lee, Simon Legrand, Brice Lehmann, Maxime Lemieux, Mohen Leo, Samuel Lepage-Bedard, Jean-Sebastien Letourneau, Chris Lewry, Claudia Li, Todd Liddiard, Melissa Lin, Tiansheng Liu, Michael Lockheart, Kyle Long, Samuel Loriault-Goulet, Martine Losier, Joao Lourenco, Sam Loxton, Linda Luong, Sue Lyster, Wei Ma, Vittorio Maglione, Jeannette Maher-Manifold, Damien Mahoney, Cristiane Teles Maia, Mike Marcuzzi, Patrik Marek, Stanislaw Marek, Karina Mariano, Harrison Marks, Andrew Martin, Richard Martin, Will Martindale, Tom Martinek, James McCarthy, Ryan A. McCoy, Will McCoy, Daniel McDonald, Andrew McGregor, Finley McNeilage, Juan Carlos Mendoza, Tory Mercer, Andre Mercier, Jared Michael, Jared Michael, Luca Mignardi, Jim Milton, Belly Mingmuong, Jonathan Mitchell, Erik Morgansen, Benoit Morin, David Manos Morris, Katie Morris, Steven Muniz, Michel Murdock, Martin Murphy, Jens Mårtensson, Ram Mohan Nadam Reddy, Georges Nakhle, Payankulath Nandakumar, Masa Narita, Sebastian Ness, Rachel Neville, Yuhon Ng, Tristan North, Greg O Connor, Justin Odell, David Orman, Raphael Oseguera, Daniel Pacey, Olivier Painchaud, Michael J. Parker, Sagar Patil, Matt Peadon, Kristian Pedlow, Steve Pelchat, Dylan Penhale, Marc Picco, Patrick Piche, Alexandre Pilon, Jo Plaete, Konstantinos Pontikidis, Marc Purnell, Casey Pyke, David Quinn, Nitin Rathod, Pierre Raymond, Brett Reyenger, Sébastien Rioux, David Roberge, Brad Roddy, Matt Roe, Thorsten Rolle, Simon Rosenthal, Mark Russell, Miguel Santana da Silva, Dan Schick, Jakob Schmidt, Tanner Scott, Ethan Seagren, Prathap Sekar, Miguel Perez Senent, Ryan E. Seymour, Dylan Shaw, Taylor Shaw, Micha Sher, Poya Shohani, Randal Shore, Scott Sinnott, Jason H. Snell, Perry Hyunwoo Sohn, James Spadafora, Peter Spinaze, Kevin Sprout, Guillaume St-Aubin-Seers, Jeremy Stapleton, Joe Statham, Chris Stefiuk, Michael Struk, Sujil Sukumaran, Jeff Sutherland, Shuichi Suzuki, Ryley Swan, Sylvie Talbot, Dolorès Tardif, Ruggero Taschini, Ferry Taswin, Jessica Teach, Philippe Theroux, Gavyn Thompson, Blaine Toderian, Jensen Toms, Attila Torok, Sebastian Tran, Anne Tremblay, Marco Tremblay, Timothy Trimmings, Jimmy Uddo, Johan Vagstedt, Leslie Valentino, Luke Vallee, Rick van de Schootbrugge, Michael Van Eps, Dominic Vincent, Kim Vongbunyong, Rebecca Vujanovic, Victor Wagner, Daniel Ward, Gregory Weiner, Vaughn White, James Whitlam, Ben Wilson, Chris A. Wilson, Sally Wilson, Wade Wilson, Eric Wimmer, Gary Wu, Joe Tsung-Yu Wu, Tiffany Wu, Steve Yamamoto, Travis Yee, Chris Young, Mark Young, David Zbriger, Sophia Zhang, Cheng Zhu, Michael Garrett, Todd Greshuk, Varun Hadkar, Mike Jutan, Josh Kelly, Matthew Lausch, Noah Lockwood, Anand Ramesh, Joseph Towe, Haiyang Zhao|
|Stunts||Neil Andrea, Daniel Bailey, Stanton Barrett, Tim Bell, Jeff Bramstedt, Jeff Brockton, Bob Brown, Troy Brown, John Casino, Jeff Dashnaw, Chris J. Fanguy, Patrick Gallaway, Jeff Galpin, Sean Graham, Glenn Kiwi Hall, Regis Harrington, Casey Hendershot, Michael W. Hoban, Adam Horwitz, Kevin L. Jackson, Josh Kemble, Scott Lang, Bill Leaman, Daniel F. Malone, Rob Mars, Mike Mayhall, James Mitchell-Clyde, Carl Anthony Nespoli, Michael Papajohn, Kevin Reid, Shawn Robinson, John Rottger, Matthew Rugetti, David Schultz, Kevin Scott, Curt Siverts, Eric Stratemeier, Bobby Talbert, Tim Trella, Montana Washington, Kevin Waterman, Jessica Williams, Thom Khoury Williams, Tim Bell, Jodi Lyn Brockton, John Casino, Javier Diaz, Matthew Dion, Chris J. Fanguy, Patrick Gallaway, Sean Graham, Kevin L. Jackson, Josh Kemble, Scott Lang, Bill Leaman, James Mitchell-Clyde, Kevin Reid, John Rottger, Kevin Waterman, Jessica Williams|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Austin Alward, Kareem Audain, Richard Coy Aune, Adam Barth, Russell Beard, Nolan Beaver, Hans Bjerno, Matt Blomquist, Zachary Blosser, Durado D. Brooks Jr., Sharelle Brown, Brian Bruhn, Victor Brunette, Dwight O. Campbell, Ian Campbell, Luke Cauthern, Ryan Chamberlain, Andrew Jason Clark, Daniele Colombera, Lauren Elizabeth Cummings, Crystal Dallas, Eric DePoorter, Ferdinand Duplantier Jr., Michael Feduccia, Jose Figueroa-Baez, Brady Flynn, Max Frew, Nathan Fung, Sean P. Gilbert, Mike Grace, Ted Gregg, Peter Gulla, Mark Haas, Aaron Harper, John C. Hoffler Jr., Zachary Holmes, Richard T. Hoover, Walrus J.U.I.C.E. Howard, Paul Hughen, Nathan Hughes, Dana Hunt, Tom Hutchinson, Lee Jenkins, Jimmy E. Jensen, McKay Johnson, Kendell Joseph, Jacques Jouffret, Glenn Kaplan, Michael D. Kennedy, Thomas Knight, Brandon Langlois, David Lee, Kevin Lippincott, Kyle Lippincott, Joe Lotuaco, Kevin Luster, Bradley Martin, Richard Masino, Griffin McCann, Michael C. McCullough II, Dan McKee, Chris Molly, Brent Swampy Mullins, Nick Nicolay, Benjamin Nowicki, Jaim O Neil, Mike Chewie Pappas, Phil Pastuhov, Nino Paternostro, Max Patrucco, Lewis Duck Pieratt, Cody Pollock, Paul Rahfield, Donald Roth, Dylan Rush, Andy Ryan, Jimi Ryan, Derek A. Schwebel, Nate Selee, Robert Settlemire, Zachary Sieffert, Karina Silva, Michael Stumpf, Connor Sullivan, Creig Symons, Joe Sökmen, Chad Taylor, Jonathan Terpstra, Lance Vallo, Joey Vasatka, Joseph Vasatka, Art Villasenor, John Vinson, Joe Waistell, Melvin J. Walker, Benton Ward, Jim Wayer, Jeremy Webre, Jordan Whaley, Jerry Wheat, Dan Wyssmann, Peter Zuccarini, Trevor Beeler|
|Animation Department||Chris Bancroft, Cecile Dubois-Herry, David James Henderson, Tim Strain, Andy Wong, Daniel Jervis|
|Casting Department||Jessica Aquila Cymerman, Anna Brown, Lynsey Brown, Patty Connolly, Kate Evans, Dann Fink, Adam Hochfeld, Mary Huber, Alyssa Jacobson, Hunter Karas, Meagan Lewis, Katherine McArdle, Pricilla Rodgers, Mark Sussman, Seannon Stracener|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Allison Bauserman, Jade Brandt, Ian Churchill, Lorraine Crossman, Caryn Frankenfield, Benj Gibicsar, Ashley Heathcock, Kelly Herdus, Juliana Hoffpauir, Heidi Howell, Jennifer Kamrath, Brittany Loar, Darren Manzari, Chris Nausley, Grace Pritchard, Antoinette Scherer, Laura Sumich, Olivia Vestina Torres, Pamela Waggoner|
|Editorial Department||Travis Abels, Rajiv Bedi, Alden Delos Santos, John Diesso, Giovanni DiGiorgio, Leeza Diott, Jason Dougherty, David Gallegos, Avalonne Hall, Rebekah Hernandez, Eric Van Dyn Hoven, Steve Jacks, Alexander Johnson, Ken Lebre, Kimaree Long, Robert Malina, Nick Monton, Justin Powell, Brett Price, Stephen Regnier, Kimi Rosenthal, Maximilian Rubell, Adam Schaefer, Chad Schermerhorn, Stefan Sonnenfeld, Steven Sosa, Justin Yates, Pete Conlin, Nicholas Figueroa, Jonathan Hoffman|
|Location Management||Joseph Arozena, Austin Blaise Breaux, Ashley Bunge, Erce Deli Cantu, Sean J. Donnelly, Elijah Eastlund, Rene Fabre, Eliana Ginsburg, Robert A. Henson, Glen McGee, Norris Ortolano, Brandon Steven Parker, Lacy Picou, Chris Quackenbush, Phil Seifert, Laura Sode-Matteson|
|Music Department||Jon Aschalew, Chris Brown, Lori Castro, Jon Jablonsky, Trevon Kezios, Klayton, Erich Lee, Mark Petrie, Liza Richardson, Peter Rotter, Ryan Rubin, Katrina Schiller, Del Spiva, Tom Strahle, Ryan Svendsen, Dan Weniger|
|Script and Continuity Department||Alexander B. Hill, Dug Rotstein, Sam Sullivan|
|Transportation Department||Velvet Braswell, Richard Brown, Jennifer Davis, Gregory Stepper Jones, Dexter P. Smith, Brian Stackhouse, Bradford Turner, Dave Woodcock|
|Additional Crew||Madeleine Ali, Madeline Ali, Ava Amundsen, Neil Andrea, Erik Andreasen, Cua-Cua Apey, Tommy Armour IV, Diana Ascher, Daniel Bailey, Chandler Barbee, David Barstow, Chelsea Bayles, Michael Todd Bishop, Gabriel Brakin, George Brooks, Jennifer Brown, Paul-Michael Carr, Elizabeth Classen, Chris Clinton, Ami Cohen, Dexlon Cooksey, Abby Coon, Mona Coulter, Jennifer Kristin Cox, Powell Craft, Jeff Dash, Elle Davida, Alicia Dean, Nick Degan, Louis Delavenne, Patrick DeVine, Brooke di Bonaventura, Javier Diaz, Taylor DiMarco, Ashley Dizon, Eric Dumas, Bryan Ellenburg, Thomas Farrelly, Erik Feig, Jeremiah Ferrell, Shayne Fiske, Jonathan Ford, Kyran Ford, Courtney Freedman, Alexandrea Furr, Pablo Gambetta, Paula Gebhardt, Dana Gills, David Goldblum, Randal A. Gonzales, Grant Grabowski, Christopher L. Graves, Ashley Greyson, Ryan Hageman, Glenn Kiwi Hall, Gage Hanlon, Walker Hare, Deborah Harpur, Glen Heffernan, Emily Hildner, Brittany Hoban, Michael W. Hoban, Diane Howard, Harrison Huffman, Caitlin Jackson, Brittney Joseph, Robert Kessel, Chris Kieffer, Wolf Kirchner, Beth Koshinski, Donald M. Krause, Daniela Kriston, Stacy Lauricella, John Lavis, Chris Lombard, Oliver Lowry, Daniel F. Malone, Jimmie Mayo, Jon McCarthy, Jean McDowell, Kyla McFalls, Glen McGee, Robert M. Melnik, Curtis A. Miller, Jed Miller, Kurt J. Miner, James Mitchell-Clyde, Josh Montes, Kaleb Naquin, Jamie O Keeffe, Hailey Oltman, Carl Pedregal, Katie Marie Peters, Leah M. Peterson, Philip Piediscalzo, Clay Pinney, Kristopher R. Pistole, Kevin Pratt, Zach Prengler, Eric Price, John W. Pruitt III, Timothy Scott Ralston, Nathan Rich, Dirk Rogers, Paul J. Roszkowski, Marjorie Rudick-Ford, Alexander Salazar, Mark Sanchez, Stephanie Saul, Jeffrey Schlaudecker, Francine Segal, Salpy Semerdjian, Matt S Sewell, Geoff Shaevitz, Noris Silcio, Matthew Silverman, Curt Siverts, Donna Sloan, Cara Smiczek, Josh Stephenson, Spencer Strasmore, Chris Tomkins, Jodi Tripi, Juan L. Urrea, Rich Veazey, Sally Villasenor, Lauren Von Huene, Lindsey Washington, Trevor Waterson, Eric Weinstein, Debi West, Ezra Womark, Gabriel Womark, Sid Yost, Armin J. Zellers, Cua-Cua Apey, Jeff Galpin, Greg Grusby, Michael W. Hoban, Roxanne Prophet, Daniel Yi|
|Genres||Action, Drama, History|
|Companies||Summit Entertainment, Participant, TIK Films|
|Countries||USA, Hong Kong, China|
|Keywords||oil rig,deepwater horizon oil spill,capitalism,capitalist bully,capitalist|