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Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children is a 2016 fantasy film directed by Tim Burton and written by Jane Goldman, based on the 2011 novel of the same name by Ransom Riggs. The film stars Eva Green, Asa Butterfield, Chris O Dowd, Allison Janney, Rupert Everett, Terence Stamp, Ella Purnell, Judi Dench, and Samuel L. Jackson.

Filming began in February 2015 in London and the Tampa Bay Area. The film premiered at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, on September 25, 2016, and was theatrically released in the United States on September 30, 2016, by 20th Century Fox. It received mixed reviews, with praise for Burton s direction and visual atmosphere, but criticism for its plot, and grossed $296 million worldwide against a production budget of $110 million.


Abe Portman has told stories to his grandson Jake about battling monsters and spending his childhood at Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children at Cairnholm, an island off the coast of Wales. The home s children and headmistress, Miss Alma Peregrine, possess paranormal abilities and are known as Peculiars . One day, Jake finds Abe dying with his eyes removed, and he tells Jake to go to the loop of September 3, 1943 .

Following advice from Dr. Golan, Jake travels to the United Kingdom to go to Cairnholm with his father Frank to investigate the children’s home. Jake discovers that it was destroyed during a Luftwaffe raid, but upon entering the ruins he finds the children from Abe s stories. They take him through a portal and he emerges in the year 1943 with the house still intact. Miss Peregrine explains that she belongs to a class of female Peculiars named Ymbryne who can transform into birds (in Miss Peregrine s case, a peregrine falcon) and manipulate time. To avoid persecution for being Peculiars, she and the children hide from the outside world in a time loop she created, set to September 3, 1943 and accessible only to Peculiar, which allows them to live the same day repeatedly and avoid aging as long as they stay inside it.

Jake is introduced to the rest of the children, including aerokinetic Emma Bloom, whom he likes. Jake learns he is also a Peculiar like his grandfather, and can see the invisible monsters from his stories, called Hollowgasts (or Hollows ). They are disfigured Peculiar scientists who killed a Ymbryne in a failed experiment to harvest her powers in an attempt to achieve immortality. Led by shapeshifter Mr. Barron, they hunt Peculiars to consume their eyeballs, which allow them to regain visibly human form, but with milky-white eyes.

A wounded Ymbryne named Miss Avocet arrives, explaining that Barron assaulted her in the January 2016 time loop at Blackpool, England, killed her children, and is trying to repeat the failed experiment using more Ymbrynes. Jake returns to 2016, finds an elderly man has been killed by a Hollow, and goes back to the portal to warn them that the Hollow is near. He is followed by an ornithologist who is actually Mr. Barron.

Barron had tried to extract the location of Ms. Peregrine s loop from Abe, but his hungry Hollow companion, Mr. Malthus, killed Abe before he could do so. He then posed as Dr. Golan, encouraging Jake to go to the island so Jake could lead him to the loop. Using Jake as a hostage, Barron forces Miss Peregrine to trap herself in bird form and takes her to Blackpool, leaving Jake, the other children, and Miss Avocet as prey for Malthus.

Malthus kills Miss Avocet, and Jake and the children escape just as the Luftwaffe raid destroys the house, killing Malthus. Without Miss Peregrine to reset it, the loop closes, leaving them stuck in 1943. Salvaging a sunken ocean liner, RMS Augusta, that Emma has used as a personal hideout, they travel to Blackpool and enter its January 2016 loop. They fight and destroy Barron s Wight and Hollow allies, and rescue Miss Peregrine and other captive Ymbrynes. When the last remaining Hollow arrives, Jake sees and avoids it, and instead it kills Barron and is then in turn killed by Jake.

Jake says goodbye to the children in 1943 while he stays in 2016 and relates his adventures to Abe, who is alive and well as Barron s death in early 2016 has erased his presence in Florida later on. Abe gives Jake a map of international time loops, which Jakes takes, serves in World War II, and eventually reunites with his friends in 1943. Jake, Emma, Miss Peregrine and the children journey to seek a happy time loop.



Peculiar adults

  • Eva Green as Miss Alma LeFay Peregrine, the strict but clever and caring Ymbryne headmistress of Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children who can transform into a peregrine falcon and manipulate time
  • Terence Stamp as Abe Portman, Jake s grandfather who can see the invisible Hollows Callum Wilson as young Abe
  • Callum Wilson as young Abe
  • Judi Dench as Miss Esmeralda Avocet, the Ymbryne headmistress of another shelter for Peculiar Children in Blackpool. Like Miss Peregrine, Miss Avocet can manipulate time; she can transform into an avocet.

Peculiar children

  • Asa Butterfield as Jake Portman, a 16-year-old American teenager and Abe s grandson. He visits Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children and is given, by Miss Peregrine, the task/promise of protecting the children. Like his grandfather, Jake has the ability to see the invisible Hollows. Butterfield also portrays Mr. Barron s disguise as Jake Aiden Flowers as 10-year-old Jake Nicholas Oteri as 6-year-old Jake
  • Butterfield also portrays Mr. Barron s disguise as Jake
  • Aiden Flowers as 10-year-old Jake
  • Nicholas Oteri as 6-year-old Jake
  • Ella Purnell as Emma Bloom, an aerokinetic teenager who can manipulate air and can breathe under water by creating liquid bubbles of air. She is lighter than air and must always wear lead shoes or a tether to keep from floating away. Emma is also Abe s former love interest in the 1940s and Jake s current love interest.
  • Finlay MacMillan as Enoch O Connor, a teenager and Olive s love interest who can reanimate the dead and bring inanimate objects to life as his living puppets for a limited time by placing a heart inside
  • Lauren McCrostie as Olive Abroholos Elephanta, a pyrokinetic red-haired teenager and Enoch s love interest. She has to wear special black gloves in order to prevent burning everything she touches.
  • Cameron King as the voice and motion-capture of Millard Nullings, an invisible boy
  • Pixie Davies as Bronwyn Bruntley, a young girl with superhuman strength, Victor s sister
  • Georgia Pemberton as Fiona Frauenfeld, a young girl who can control and maintain plants including the vegetables in Miss Peregrine s garden
  • Milo Parker as Hugh Apiston, a boy with bees living in his stomach
  • Raffiella Chapman as Claire Densmore, a young girl with an additional mouth hidden in the back of her head
  • Hayden Keeler-Stone as Horace Somnusson, a boy who can project his dreams (which are sometimes prophetic) through a monocle
  • Joseph and Thomas Odwell as the Twins, two masked gorgon-like twin boys who turn anyone who sees them into stone. They normally wear hoods to hide their faces.
  • Louis Davison as Victor Bruntley, Bronwyn s late brother who had the same ability as her. He was killed by a hollow infiltrator prior to the events in the film, and was briefly brought back to life by Enoch.

Wights and Hollows

  • Samuel L. Jackson as Mr. Barron, the shapeshifting leader of the Wights and Hollows. Barron and his Wight and Hollow minions hunt Peculiars and devour their eyes to recover human form. Barron also believes by doing this that he is invincible. His shape-shifting peculiarity allows him to disguise himself as another person. When he uses his peculiarity to become a person who doesn t exist, his white eyes don t change, so he has to wear contact lenses. He can also form blades, axes and/or lassos with his own hands. Allison Janney as Dr. Nancy Golan, Jake s psychiatrist and one of Mr. Barron s disguised forms Rupert Everett as John Lamont (credited as Ornithologist ), an ornithologist and another of Mr. Barron s disguised forms
  • Allison Janney as Dr. Nancy Golan, Jake s psychiatrist and one of Mr. Barron s disguised forms
  • Rupert Everett as John Lamont (credited as Ornithologist ), an ornithologist and another of Mr. Barron s disguised forms
  • Scott Handy as Mr. Gleeson, a cryokinetic Wight
  • Helen Day as Miss Edwards, a half-simian Wight with a great agility, dexterity and mobility
  • Jack Brady as Mr. Clark, a Wight
  • Philip Philmar as Mr. Archer, a Wight
  • Robert Milton Wallace as Mr. Malthus, a Hollow


  • Chris O Dowd as Franklin Frank Portman, Jake s father and Abe s son
  • Kim Dickens as Maryann Portman (credited as Jake s Mom ), Jake s mother and an up-and-coming businesswoman
  • O-Lan Jones as Shelly, Jake s drugstore supervisor and co-worker
  • Jennifer Jarackas as Susie Portman, Frank s sister and Jake s aunt. She passes Jake her late father s gift which gives him the way to find Miss Peregrine s time loop.
  • George Vricos as Bobby, Judy s husband and Jake s uncle
  • Brooke Jaye Taylor as Judy, Bobby s wife and Jake s other aunt
  • Ioan Hefin as Kev, the bartender on Cairnholm in the present day
  • Nicholas Amer as Oggie, a blind and elderly present-day resident of Cairnholm
  • Shaun Thomas and Justin Davies as Dylan and Worm, two present-day teenage Welsh residents whom Jake meets in Cairnholm

Director Tim Burton makes a cameo appearance in the film as a visitor at the fun fair in Blackpool who gets a skeleton thrown at him by a Hollow. Glen Mexted, who previously worked with Burton as an extra in both Dark Shadows and the music video for the Killers Here with Me , also appears in the same scene as a customer eating ice cream.


The film rights to the 2011 novel Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs were sold to 20th Century Fox in May of that year. In November, Deadline Hollywood reported that Tim Burton was in talks to direct and would also be involved in selecting a writer. On December 2, Jane Goldman was reportedly hired to adapt the story as a screenplay for the film.

On July 28, 2014, Eva Green was set to play Miss Peregrine in the film; Mischa Barton, Lucy Hale and Alison Sudol were also considered. On September 24, 2014, it was announced that Asa Butterfield was being eyed for the second lead role as Burton s choice, but that at that time he had not yet been offered the role. On November 5, 2014, Ella Purnell was offered a role and was in final talks to join the film; it was also reported that Butterfield had been offered the male lead role, and was the favored choice. On February 6, 2015, Samuel L. Jackson was added to the cast to play Mr. Barron, while Butterfield was confirmed for the second lead role. Terence Stamp, Chris O Dowd, Rupert Everett, Kim Dickens, and Judi Dench were announced as being in the cast on March 12, 2015.

Filming was initially set to begin in August 2014 in London. Principal photography on the film began on February 24, 2015 in the Tampa Bay Area. Filming lasted for two weeks in Hillsborough and Pinellas counties in Florida. It is the second Tim Burton film to be shot in the Tampa Bay area, the first being Edward Scissorhands, in 1989. Production of the film later moved to Caerhays Castle and Minions in Cornwall, and Blackpool in the United Kingdom, and Brasschaat, a municipality close to Antwerp, Belgium. Filming also took place at Pinewood Studios.


The film s score was composed by Mike Higham and Matthew Margeson. The soundtrack was released on October 11, 2016 by La-La Land Records and Fox Music. Florence and the Machine recorded the film s end credits song, Wish That You Were Here .


Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children was originally set for a release date of July 31, 2015. The release date moved to March 4, 2016, then again to December 25, 2016, before finally moving to September 30, 2016.


Box office

Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children grossed $87.2 million in the United States and Canada and $207.9 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $295.1 million, against a production budget of $110 million.

In the United States and Canada, the film opened alongside Deepwater Horizon and Masterminds as well as the wide expansion of Queen of Katwe, and was projected to gross around $25 million from 3,522 theaters in its opening weekend. In total, the film earned $28.9 million during its opening weekend, finishing first at the box office. The opening was on par with Dark Shadows $29.7 million in 2012, Burton s last big budgeted film. Variety called it a mediocre start given the film s $110 million budget.

It had number one openings in Russia ($6.3 million), France ($5.3 million), Mexico ($3.8 million), Australia ($3.1 million), Brazil ($2.7 million) and the Philippines ($1.7 million) and the biggest opening for Burton in Malaysia and Indonesia. In South Korea, it debuted at number two with $5.2 million. The film was released in China and Italy in December 2016 and Japan in February 2017.

Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 64% based on 259 reviews, with an average rating of 5.9/10. The website s critical consensus reads, Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children proves a suitable match for Tim Burton s distinctive style, even if it s on stronger footing as a visual experience than a narrative one. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 57 out of 100 based on 43 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale.

IGN critic Samantha Ladwig gave the film a 7.2/10, summarizing her review with: Though there are lingering questions about certain characters by the time the end credits roll, the film s striking visuals help compensate for its unemotional and anti-climactic script. Justin Chang of Los Angeles Times wrote Easily the director s finest work since his masterful 2007 screen adaptation of Sweeney Todd, and a striking reminder of what an unfettered gothic imagination can achieve with the right focus and an infusion of discipline. USA Today s Brian Truitt gave the film 3.5 out of 4 and wrote, After a long run of dystopian YA movies for teen crowds, Burton is just the right guy to make cinema weird again. Calvin Wilson of St. Louis Post-Dispatch gave the film 3.5 out of 4 and stated, Burton delivers his most ambitious and engaging film since Sweeney Todd (2007). Although the story becomes increasingly complex as it goes along, the emotional payoff is more than worth it.

Michael O Sullivan of The Washington Post gave the film 3 out of 4 and wrote The very idea of this – at once gruesome and darkly funny — is perfectly suited to Burton s sensibility, which also reveals itself in the casting of Butterfield, who has the quality of a young, slightly less freaky Johnny Depp. The Guardian s Jordan Hoffman gave the film 4 out of 5 and said, We get the playfulness of seeing quirky magic powers mixed with the familiarity of how a time loop plays out. Add in Burton s authorial visual stamp and what we ve got is an extremely pleasing formula. It gels as Tim Burton s best (non-musical) live-action movie for 20 years. James Berardinelli from ReelViews gave the film 3 out of 4 and stated, Overall, despite feeling a little long and suffering from a rushed ending, Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children is a fresh and engaging storybook adventure that should appeal to viewers both inside and out of the core demographic. The New York Times Manohla Dargis gave a positive review, writing: The story gets awfully busy — you may get lost in 1943 or perhaps closer to the present — but it scarcely matters. Mr. Burton s attention to detail and to the ebb and flow of tone (scary, funny, eerie), as well as his sensitive, gentle work particularly with the child actors, make each new turn another occasion for unfettered imagination. Devan Coggan from Entertainment Weekly gave the film B− (67/100), with describing the film The film chooses style over substance, emphasizing how cool the children s powers are without fleshing them out as full characters. To compete with Burton s best, his heroic weirdos need a little more heart — and the monsters need sharper teeth.

Kyle Smith of the New York Post, Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times and Tom Huddleston of Time Out decried the film. According to Smith, who gave the film 2 stars out of 4: It may be senseless, but it s sumptuous: the picture looks like it cost about a billion bucks, with absolutely every detail giving Burton an excuse to take his mad picture-book mind and let loose, the way Emma the girl full of air keeps soaring away from earthly constraints. Burton may give us a bland hero, a tepid love story and a muddled plot but, hey, at least he s got a skeleton army doing battle with giant tentacle monsters at an amusement park. Roeper, who scored the film 1.5 stars out of 4, began his review by writing: I m wondering if the mutant kids at Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children ever play basketball against their rivals across the pond, Xavier s School for Gifted Youngsters. I d watch that. I d certainly rather watch that than Tim Burton s adaptation of the popular children s book about a school for freakishly gifted children. This is a messy, confusing, uninvolving mishmash of old-school practical effects and CGI battles that feels … off nearly every misstep of the way. Tom Huddleston of Time Out gave the film 2 stars out of 5, writing: Director Tim Burton likes his films busy: watch a classic like Beetlejuice or Batman, and you ll be pushed to find a single frame that isn t packed with background detail, weird creatures, ornate furnishings and intricate costumes. The problem with his new film, Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children, is that the script is every bit as busy and it can get pretty confusing.


Award Date of ceremony Category Nominee(s) Results Ref.
Costume Designers Guild February 21, 2017 Excellence in Fantasy Film Colleen Atwood Nominated
Globes de Cristal Awards January 30, 2017 Best Foreign Film Tim Burton Nominated
Hollywood Music in Media Awards November 17, 2016 Best Original Song – Sci-Fi/Fantasy Film Wish That You Were Here – Florence and the Machine Nominated
People s Choice Awards January 18, 2017 Favorite Dramatic Movie Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children Nominated
Saturn Awards June 28, 2017 Best Fantasy Film Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children Nominated
Teen Choice Awards August 13, 2017 Choice Fantasy Movie Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children Nominated
Choice Fantasy Movie Actor Asa Butterfield Nominated
Choice Fantasy Movie Actress Eva Green Nominated
Visual Effects Society Awards February 7, 2017 Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature Jelmer Boskma, Frazer Churchill, Hal Couzens, Andrew Lockley and Hayley Williams Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle December 19, 2016 Best Family Film Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children Nominated

Year 2016
ReleaseDate 2016-09-30
RuntimeMins 127
RuntimeStr 2h 7min
Plot When Jacob (Asa Butterfield) discovers clues to a mystery that stretches across time, he finds Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. But the danger deepens after he gets to know the residents and learns about their special …
Awards Awards, 2 wins & 12 nominations
Directors Tim Burton
Writers Ransom Riggs, Jane Goldman
Stars Eva Green, Asa Butterfield, Samuel L. Jackson
Produced by Peter Chernin, Katterli Frauenfelder, Derek Frey, Nigel Gostelow, Ivana Lombardi, Jenno Topping
Music by Michael Higham, Matthew Margeson
Cinematography by Bruno Delbonnel
Film Editing by Chris Lebenzon
Casting By Susie Figgis
Production Design by Gavin Bocquet
Art Direction by Monica Alberte, Greg Berry, J. Mark Harrington, Phil Harvey, Rod McLean, Jeffrey Mossa, Peter Russell, Peter Russell, Mark Scruton
Set Decoration by Monica Alberte, Chris August, Amanda Bernstein, Elli Griff, Kat Kane, Cyndi Nello, Jan Pascale
Costume Design by Colleen Atwood
Makeup Department Natalie Abizadeh, Lisa Carracedo Barbet, Patrick Barbet, Jonathan Beakes, Benjamin Brown, Zoe Clare Brown, Orla Carrol, Sacha Carter, Punam Chhatralia, Rose Crocker, Sally Rose Davidson, Nathaniel De Lineadeus, Natalie Depiano, Tamsin Dorling Barbosa, Morna Ferguson, Bella Ava Georgiou, Richard Glass, Paul Gooch, Bethan Hollington, Beth Hyland, Sam Ives, Colin Jackman, Sarah Jo, Becky Johnson, Julie Kendrick, James Kernot, Marie Larkin, Sebastian Lochmann, Chris Lyons, Maha, Diane Maurno, Con McCloskey, Fawn Muller, Daniele Nastasi, Nisha Patel, Carol Raskin, Stuart Richards, Shelley Ruddock, Debbi Salmon, Paulette Schoen, Linda Schonning, Joanna Scott, Jemma Scott-Knox-Gore, Reenal Shah, Colin Shulver, Kate Smith, Kate Alexandra Smith, Greg Solomon, Randa Squillacote, Barbara Taylor, Diana Thomas-Madison, Drew Thompson, David White, LuAndra Whitehurst, Faye Windridge, Kate Laura Woodhead, Kelsey Boutte, Sally Crouch, Paul Jamieson, Marianna Kelleher, Deb Kenton, Nicky Knowles, Veronica McAleer, Melanie Szabo, Chiara Ugolini
Production Management Jim Bigham, Marc Dalmans, Alex Darby, Wim Goossens, John David Gunkle, Elayne Keratsis, Davis Lampard, Siobhan Lyons, Marilyne Maia, Michael McDermott, Susan McNamara, Author Queries, Katie Reynolds, Jessie Thiele Schroeder, Luke Stevenson, Nora Thomas
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director William Booker, William Booker, Lucine Canel, Glen Carroll, Alexis Colwell, Stephen P. Del Prete, Tom Edmondson, Charissa Forth Kane, Katterli Frauenfelder, Stewart Hamilton, Nick Laurence, Sandrine Loisy, Phoebe Vale Markham, Ciara McIlraith, Andrew Mckenzie, John Nasraway, Ryan Newberry, Christian Otty, Samar Pollitt
Art Department Shurouq Algusane, Michael E Alvarado Jr., Antonio Andraus, Marshall Aver, Charles Avery, David Balfour, Nicola Barnes, Ben Barrington-Groves, Sydney Bell, Amanda Bernstein, Andrew Betts, John Bohan, Ryan Bohan, Andy Bottomley, Dave Boulay, Joe Bovington, Lewis Bowen, Philippa Broadhurst, Dan Buckley, Samantha Bull, Martin Charles, Danny Chavez, Po Sing Chu, Craig A. Clark, Steven Cloherty, Tyler Coats, Deano Harry Coldham, Marlon Cole, Michael Collard, Hollie Cooper, James Crain, Scott Creane, James Cullane, Nina Cumberbirch, Colin Dennis, David Doran, Mark Dowling, Isobel Dunhill, Nicholas Eiloart, James Enright, Francesco Fabiani, Claire Fleming, Michael J. Flynn, Kirsten Franson, Charlotte Gamble, Marky Gee, Mark Geeson, Martin George, Brendan Gillespie, Daniel J. Gillooly, Kerry Gissing, Richard Glover, Clara Gomez del Moral, Evan Gordon, James Harris, Peter Hawkins, Terry Heggarty, James Jeff Heinhuis, James Hendrix, Jamie Henstock, Robert Hill, Mike Hobbs, Clare Holton, Tara Ilsley, Natasha Jones, Tyrone Anthony Jones, Gary Jopling, David Ned Kelly, Michael Kelm, Alexandra Kemp, Carol Kupisz, Michael Kutsche, Nadezda Kuzmina, Leandre Lagrange, Colleen Larson, Dominic Lavery, Craig Mark Ledermann, David London, Robert Loring Jr., Tracy Low, Alejandro Mackay, Richard Magennis, Tom Marriott, Dean Marsh, Michael Martin, Anthony McCreary, Duncan McDevitt, Celene McDowell, Shawn McFall, Lucinda McLean, Eamon McLoughlin, Jason Meade, Chip Mena, Gary Merrington, Jed Mitchell, Johnny Moore, Jonathan Moore, Jonathan Moore, Scott Murray, Cyndi Nello, Molly O Donnell, Rory O Sullivan, Maria Alejandra Ortiz, Christine Overs, Anthony Owen, David Packard, Ollie Pellowe, Gaillyn Pena, Giang N. Pham, Charles Piggott, Dermot Power, Wim Prior, Jeremy Alan Read, Tyrone Reed, Stefanie Roberts, Gary Robinson, Geoff Romero, Josh Roth, John Rusnak, Chris Samp, Ryan Saward, Richard Selway, Jonathan Siddall, Stuart Sinclair, Joe Smith, Robert Stannage, Emma Stevens, Anthony Syracuse, Anthony Szuch, Kouji Tajima, Craig Tarry, Gregor Telfer, Margaret A. Thigpen, Rebecca Thomas, Billie-Jo Thomson, Kevin Timon Hill, Matt Tkocz, Sam Towers, Kevin Turner, Charles Tycer, Eddie Tycer, Mark Uren, Rut Villamagna, Karen Virgin, Kevin Walker, Norman Walshe, Audrey Waple, Clive Ward, Les Ward, Cathryn Waterhouse, Oscar Watts, John Wells Jr., Terry Wells Jr., John Wells, Lori West, Candice White, Dan Wilkerson, Jim S. Williams, Matthew Wilshire, Mimi Winsor, Paul Wolstencroft, Alexander G. Wood, Colin Woodbridge, Sophie Worley, Andrew Wright, Dan Wright, Emma Drought, Ben Lewens, Scott A. Riley
Sound Department Nick Adams, Mark Appleby, Lilly Blazewicz, Linda Brenon, Peter Burgis, Joe Carey, James Cassidy, Scott Clements, Kevin Cousineau, Max Dawe, Tony Dawe, Dan Dewsnap, Amy Felton, Samir Foco, Glen Gathard, Peter Gleaves, Peter Hanson, Sue Harding, Tom Johnson, Rob Killick, Michael Kneafsey, Nick Kray, Fred Kupfer, Rolf Martens, Tim Nielsen, Juan Peralta, Michael Pisano, Harry Platford, Kobi Quist, Jemma Riley-Tolch, Bjorn Ole Schroeder, Alyn Sclosa, Michael Semanick, John Skehill, John Soukup, Andy Stallabrass, Jim Stuebe, Jason Swanscott, Mike Tehrani, Oskar von Unge, Jonathan Wyatt, Adam Bourne, David Mackie, Edgar Meza, David Peifer
Special Effects by Colin M. Angus, Tony Auger, Julie Bentley, Mick Booys, George Buckleton, Mark Bullimore, Andy Bunce, Malcolm Crash Corbould, Neil Corbould, Craig Daly, Paul Damien, David Eves, Harry Eves, Alex Freeman, Marie-Josee Gagnon, Chris Giles, Kevin Harris, Christopher Hubbard, Mark Hutchinson, Chris Hutton, Sue Hutton, David Johns, Derek Jones, Terence Lathwell, Jordan May, Doug McCarthy, David McGeary, Tom Mcloughlin, Brandon Merlin, Rupert Morency, Denis Murray, Karl Openshaw, Charlie Paton, Steve Paton, Alex Pilgrim, Ronnie Rackley, James L. Roberts, Keith Shannon, Bailey Sheridan, Hayden Sheridan, Jody Taylor, Massimo Vico, Paul Vincett, David j Watson, Andrea Williams, Hayley J. Williams, Victoria Williams, Glen Winchester
Visual Effects by Milton Adamou, Maxwell Adams, Anastasios Agiakatsikas, Carmine Agnone, Africa Aguirre Martín, Ahsan Uddin Ahmed, Zohaib Ahsan, Hussam Alazhar, Aldo Aldana, Ben Alepko, Lee Alexander, Carlos A. Alfaro Jr., Rene Allegretti, Corey Allen, Patrick Allen, Ryan Allen, Sara Lucia Alvarez, Ricardo Alves, Anit Kumar Aman, Luiz Amaral, Shudhdodhan Milind Ambhore, Kapil Dev Anand, Seshadri Anand, Michael Anders, Rebecca Andersen, Tobias Grønbeck Andersen, Kanika Andrew, Edward Andrews, Gerald Ang, Fabricio de Vasconcellos Baessa Antonio, Christopher Antoniou, Syed Arafath Apsar, Alfredo Octavio Arango, Ruben Arenas, William E. Arias, Anthony Arnoux, Avi Arora, Raghuwanshi. 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Blair, Dustin Blaise, Vincent Blanco, Trace Bloomer, Ashley Blyth, Robert Bock, Preetham Tej Boddu, Michael Boden, Stacey Boiselle, Ariane Boisvert, Sara Bold, Jason Bomstein, Alex Bonacci, Paul Bongiovanni, Ricardo Bonisoli, Loganathan Boopathy, Antoine Bordeleau, Jelmer Boskma, Anne Bot, Rafael Bottari Martinez, Rachel Bouchard, Marie-Philippe Boudreau, Mathieu Boulanger, Aharon Bourland, Sara Bourque, Matt Bowler, Peter Bowmar, Patrick O. Brady, Jon Bragado, James Braid, Anton Brand, Alex Branton, Dan Breckwoldt, Arnaud Brisebois, Matthew Bristowe, Colin P. Brown, Jason M. 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Dellimore, Theo Demiris, Arthur Deschamps, Vincent Desgrippes, Saurabh Deshpande, Varadarajan Desikan, Nicolas Desmet, Anouk Deveault-Moreau, Rustin Devendorf, Joshua Devenyi, Jerome Dewhurst, Santosh Kumar Dey, Ekaterina Diaz, Craig Dibble, Linda Dimaculangan, Dejan Dimovski, Emmanuel Dirian, Mark Divekar, Andrew Dohan, Oz Dolphin, James Dong, Tara Doustar, Fabien Doyon, Rosie Draper, Markus Drayss, Dominic Drolet, Julien Dubuisson, Joseph Dubé-Arsenault, Julien Ducenne, Sandra Duque, Jessika Duquette, Katherine Durant, John Durney, Vincent Désilets, Zvi Eaton, Jennifer Elena, Stephen Enticott, Zsuzsanna Erdei, Ana Laura Esperón, Melissa Espina, Paul John Faeldo, Irene Faminial, Finella Fan, Charles-e Farkas, Charlotte Farrell, Chad Fehmie, Chaya Feiner, Julia Ferguson, Cranston Fernandes, Jessica Fernandes, Raphael Fernandes, Victor Manuel Fernandez, Erin Fernie, George Ferris, Rebecca Field, Kiel Figgins, James Fisher, Adam Fisk, Alexander Fisk, Andrew Fitchett, Ryan Flick, Anthony Fong, Sara Fontaine, Les Foor, Jak Ford, Federica Foresti, Filippo Forno, Laurent Fortin, Xavier Fourmond, Frederick Fowles, Elliot Francoeur, Dean Frater, Nicholas Freeston, Alan Fregtman, Vincent Frei, Michel Frenette, Chris Friend, Travis Fruci, Sarah Fuller, Stavros Fylladitis, Marie Fétiveau, Prafull Gade, Jean-Francois Gagne, Carl Gagnon, Francis Gagnon, Marie-Josee Gagnon, Micah Gallagher, Stephen Gallop, Mayur Gangasagar, Francois Garcia, Julio Tovar Garcia, Emmanuel García García, Nathan Gardner, Geneviève Gareau, Alvaro Gasco, Jenny Gauci, Joshua Gengler, Roxanne Geoffroy, Church George, Natalia Germi, Neil Safeer Ghaznavi, Marco Gifuni, Jami Gigot, Gabriel Giguère, Ross Gilbert, Élodie Gilbert-Lachapelle, Matthew E. Gill, Stefan Gilligan, Ève Giordani, Mathieu Godin, Cyrille Gohier, Harrison Goldstein, Oleksiy Golovchenko, Michael Gomes, Moises Gomez Gonzalez, Catarina Gonçalves, Marcus Goodwin, Mariana Gorbea, Brian Gordon, Jim Gorman, Xavier Goubin, Megan Graham, Matthew Gray, Ryan Greenwood, Michael Leigh Gresham, Alison Griffiths, Gero Grimm, Steven Grover, Jack Grundy, Jakub Grygier, Jonathan Grégoire, Glenn Guenette, Christophe Guertin, Jean-Sebastien Guillemette, Holly Gunn, Mike Gunter, Tanmoy Gupta, Vikas Gusain, Marie-Ève Gélinas, Sharna Hackett, Joe Hagg, Patrick Hall, Tyler Halle, Thomas Hallé, Katie Hamberger, Raphael Hamm, Adam Hammond, Pete Hanson, Kyle Hardin, Jason Harris, Emile Harvey, Syuhada Hassan, Dustin Hayes, Richard Hayward, Chrystian Hebert, Ethan Helms, Rachael Hender, Justin Henton, Alfonso Hernández, Alberto Herrera, Mike Hill, Cara Hindley, Ryan Hirsh, Sean Castle Hitchcock, Julie Holmes, Melvin Hong, Yuka Hosomi, Nicolas Houle, Josiah Holmes Howison, Joe Hura, Tarn Huynh, Carole-Anne Hébert, Julien Héry, Darko Ilievski, Pat Imrie, Ilaria Introzzi, Azadeh Iranban, Christian Irles, Dhuha Isa, Omkar Iyer, Kaya Jabar, Evan Jackson, Samuel Jacques, Simon Jacques, Sushil Jain, Shailendra Kumar Jaiswal, Siddarth Jambhulkar, Jess Jansen, Jean-Sebastien Jasenovic, Chris Jassmann, Jack Jenkins, Jakub Jeziorski, Kundan Kumar Jha, Zayn Jinah, Inki Jo, Cameron Johnson, Hannah Johnson, Helen Johnson, Jeremy Jones, Étienne Jubinville, Aleks Justesen, Dinesh K. 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Katz, Kaydhareswaran, Tom Kemplen, Andrew Kennedy, Cindy Khoo, Ryan Kilbane, Christopher Kilshaw, Dominik Kirouac, Jennifer Kitching, Joel Kittle, Lukas Tiberio Klopfenstein, Terry Klopfenstein, Mike Knox, Prasanna Kodapadi, Mischa Kolbe, Elicia Koo, Jessica Koubi, Dorota Kowalska, Vladimir Kozhekin, Rebecca Kramp, Benjamin Krebs, Uma Krishnamurthy, Gudjon Kristjansson, Deep Kumar, Manish Magesh Kumar, Naveen Kumar, Praveen Kumar, Vishishth Kumar, Artiom Kusci, Laura Kwan, Wanda Kwok, Melanie La Rue, Eric Labranche, Xavier Lafarge, Guillaume Laforge, Jaymie Lam, Xin Ying Lam, Karl Alexandre Lamarre-Parent, Andréanne Lamoureux, Kevin Landry, Sam Lane, Thomas Langley, Isabelle Langlois, Laura Languillet, Nina Lankveld, Mary Lapena, Louis-Charles Lapointe, Nicolas Laprise Pellicelli, Françoise Laprise, Charlotte Larive, Eric Larivee, Sophie Larocque, Lopez Laura, Erin Laurence, Louis Le Roy, Matthew Leach, Kyla Lebon, Marc Lebuis, Christine Leclerc, David Lee, Wei Ling Lee, Yongmin Luke Lee, Jesse Lehrman, Marco Leone, Jean-François Leroux, Eve Levasseur-Marineau, Jacques Levesque, Veronique Levesque, Mari Levitan, Sébastien Levrard, Seth Lickiss, Frederik Lillelund, Edy Susanto Lim, Nicolas Lim, Kew Lin, Charlotte Llewelyn, Andrew Lockley, David Lowry, Valerie Loyer, Robyn Luckham, Daniel James MacDonald, Sarah MacDonald, Alex James Macieira, Michal Maciejewski, Garry Maddison, Shri Bindhu Madhav, Francesco Antonio Maggi, Gokul Mahajan, Vaibhav Laxman Mahajan, Ravi Mahapatro, Jérémie Maheu, Pravin Mahtani, Khoi Mai, Stephane Mailet, Mahesh Maity, Carson Majors, Yael Majors, Vincent Febriyanto Mak, David Maldonado, Tony Man, Gabriel Mandala, Jean-Philippe Marchand, Adam Marisett, Jan Maroske, Dominic Martin, Will Martindale, Aldo Martinez Calzadilla, Rob Mason, Rachel Matchett, Giacomo Matteucci, Matthew Crowe, Amaury Matu, Alexey Mazurenko, Colin McBain, Graham McBride, Kindra McCall, Ben McEwan, Owen McGonigle, Andrew McGregor, David McKay, Genevieve McMahon, Liam Meakins, Antonio Meazzini, Shane Meehan, Himanshu Meena, Gabriela Mejia, João Menezes, Simon Mercier, Noelle Merrick, Kenneth Meyer, Andy Middleton, David Patrick Miles, Scott Miller, Danielle Millington-Peck, Vladimir Minguillo, Damjan Minovski, Stephen Misek, George Mitchell, Scott Mitchell, Tamara Mitchell, Emma Moffat, Ken Mohamed, Dominique Moisan, Bappa Mondal, Oliver Money, David Monfette, Sandrine Moniez, Trevor Moniz, Christopher Montesano, Sonia Moreau, Sébastien Moreau, Jean-Christophe Morin, Jean-Francois Morissette, Claire Morris, Immanuel Morris, Cynthia Mourou, Matt Moyes, Yvonne Muinde, Chris Munns, Tomas Munzar, Masakazu Murakami, Christian John Murray, Scott Musselman, Christopher Myerchin, Tristan Myles, Amit Narwani, Josiah Nathan, Katrina Navassartian, Virginia Nearing, Pete C. 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Patel, Harshna Patel, Joshil Patel, Saurabh Patel, Harshal Patil, Sujeet Patil, Miriam Pavese, Jessica Pearce, Maxime Pearson, Christian Peck, Kai Pedersen, Tom Pegg, Philippe Pelletier, Brian Peluso, Philip Pendlebury, Rachael Penfold, Guy Penwill, Lara Perez Takagi, Cindy Perez, Daniel Perez, Alex Perlstrom, Gabrielle Perreault, Keven Perreault, Ben Perrott, Emanuele Pescatori, Yordan Petrov, Dojchin Petrovski, Goran Petrushevski, Leo Pettersson, Mathieu Phaneuf, Maxime Philippon, David Jeffrey Phillips, Phets Phonasa, Brittany Piacente, Quentin Pianta, Jonathan Piche-Delorme, Emmanuel Pichereau, Dominic Piché, Alessandro Pieri, Melvin Mathew Pillai, Praveena Pinnoju, Ed Plant, Aditya Ponguri, Marina Popova, Michael Porterfield, Etienne Poulin St-Laurent, Guillaume Poulin, Éric Pouliot, Bhanu Prakash, Akie Prapas, Brennan Prevatt, Stewart Probert, Anne-Isabelle Pronkin, Francis Provencher, Jaime Provido, Derek N. 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Taylor, Melissa Taylor, Kenzo Tee, Nishant Teli, Benoit Terminet Schuppon, Nizar Thabet, Sourav Thakkar, Olivier Thibaut, Abraham Thomas, Amelie Thomas, Mat Thompson, Jithendran Thottupurath, Leila Tilghman, Andrew Tinkler, Maria Todorov-Topouzov, Shermaine Toh, Imre Toke, Kar Hung Tom, Victor Tomi, Sam Paul Toms, Stephen Tong, Benoit Touchette, Carine Touraille, Franklin Toussaint, Mai-Anh Tran, Chris Treichel, Cedric Tremblay, Charles Tremblay, Myriam Tremblay, Ellis Trespalacios, Christine Troianello, Adam Trowse, Vincent Truitner, Tzung-Da Tsai, Taylor Tulip-Close, Niki Turpin, Parikshat Tyagi, Vishal Tyagi, Shraddha Uppu, Alexandre Vachon, Pierre-Hugues Vachon, Ankit Vajpayee, Ryan Valade, Jonny Vale, Adrien Vallecilla, Josiah Van Arsdel, Kays Vanderest, Adam Vanner, Greg VanZyl, Alonso Varela, Bhanu Varma, Yuri Vasilyev, Matthieu Veillette, Rajesh Velayudhan, Lies Veldeman, Oliver Velichkovski, Nicholas Verschelde, Alberto Vidiella, Fabrice Vienne, Sophie Vigne, Marie Vignola, Elliott Viles, Scott Vosbury, Elise Voyer, Jean-Philippe Voyer, Ghanshyam Sureshbhai Waghela, Nigel Wagner, Mark Wainwright, Adam Walker, Tara Walker, Cait Walsh, Lilas Wang, Ruiting Wang, Daniel Warom, Sanford Warwick, Dave Watro, Martin Toby Watson, Ros Webb, Robin Webber-McAulay, Marie-Hélène Weiss, Shelley Welch, Jeff Wells, Daniel Wennerholm, Kyle Whaley, Emma White, Christopher Whittle, Philipp Wibisono, Adam Wierzchowski, Stephen Willey, Stephen Alan Willey, Mark Williams Ardington, Sam Williams, Gina Willis, Ryan M. Wilson, Stephane Wirtel, Teddy Wong, Conrad Wood, Oscar Wright, Sunil Kumar Yadav, Janet Yale, Ami Yamauchi, Anna Yamazoe, Howard Yan, Kerry Yang, James Yeoman, Roland Yepez, Natalie Young, Jun Xian Yue, Ngnodjom Yvan, Alon Zaslavsky, Lye Zechari, Tong Zhou, Tony Zotta, Simone Zuccarini, Susan Zwerman, Annselie Åberg, Ian Abbott, Mayur Dadarao Adhau, Wakeel Ahmad, Emil Alagjozovski, Najdovski Aleksandar, Ruben Gerardo Alfaro Moreno, Miriam Alvarez, Amaya Ayers, Rajesh Babu, Darren Bailey, Lorien Baquera, Ashley Beyer-Whitaker, Margaret Cardell, Togusa Chan, Parichoy Choudhury, Andres Coron, Michael Crusz, Zoran Dimanovski, Kristen Drewski, Eddy Durnan, Katarina Gacevska, Guy-Edwards Gonsalves, Jamal Hajlaoui, Todd Isroelit, Lazetutkovski, Kevin Luttman, Madhurimagupta, Kiran Manohar, Chiaki Matsubayashi, Siddharth Natarajan, David O Brien, Joan Panis, Prakash Pathak, Paul H. Paulino, Mile Petrushevski, Laurence Priest, Anand Ramesh, Kranti Sarma, Sterling Azure Tipton, Elena Vallverdu Pages, Vanessa Velasquez, Elena Velkova
Stunts Tim Ambridge, Chick Bernhard, Rosie Bernhard, Richard Blenkiron, Richard Bradshaw, Nick Chopping, Craig Clarke, David Collom, David Cronnelly, Jason Curle, Levan Doran, Kiante Elam, Dan Euston, Bradley Farmer, Pete Ford, David Garrick, Nicklas Hansson, Rob Hayns, Hollie Hazell, Henry Hearn, Lyndon S. Hellewell, Nick Hobbs, Gary Hoptrough, Paul Howell, Rob Hunt, Borislav Iliev, Rowley Irlam, Erol Ismail, Dave Judge, Cristian Knight, Gemma Loader, Paul Lowe, Leigh Maddern, Ben Mahoney, Tina Maskell, Harshaan Mattoo, Ramnik Mattoo, Leona McCarron, Kim McGarrity, Kieran McMahon, Sian Milne, Kevin Morgan, Logan Newell, Chris Newton, Jason Oettle, Bonnie Parker, Rashid Phoenix, Andy Pilgrim, Oleg Podobin, Dominic Preece, Edith Rea, Gemita Samarra, Louis Samms, Jonny Stockwell, John Street, Ryan Stuart, Mens-Sana Tamakloe, Roy Taylor, Arran Topham, Freya Trueman, Edward Upcott, Andy Wareham, Calvin Warrington-Heasman, Reg Wayment, Gavin Weatherall, David Williams, Annabel Elizabeth Wood, Leo Woodruff, Steen Young, Keil Oakley Zepernick
Camera and Electrical Department Ryan S. Adams, Matt Alexander, Antony Allen, George Keightley Ambrose, Dorota Bankowska, John Beran, Kenneth Bolton, Bernard Bosher, Jeremy Braben, Tom Brown, David Bruce, Michael Chambers, Joe Chapman, Alan Coates, Theo Cook, Matt Coulter, Paul Cronin, Paul Daniels, Joseph B. Dare, Carlos De Carvalho, John W. DeBlau, Hopi Demattio, Dieter Depypere, Bryant Diaz, Louis Dimeglio, Galo Dominguez, Jason Dowling, Graham Driscoll, Tulio Duenas, Kevin Edland, Richard Falk, Stephen Fell, Brendan Fitzgerald, Eamonn Fitzgerald, George Anthony Fox, Phoebe Fraser, Brett A. Frey, Leah Gallo, Dan Garlick, Mike L. Germaine, Jack Glascodine, Max Glickman, Joshua Gollish, Steve Grnya Jr., Don Gurzell, Donald P. Guth, Andrew Haddock, Micky Hand, Andy Harris, Charlie Harrold, Bruce Hazen, Tristan Hey, John Higgins, Tony Higgins, Joel Honeywell, Michael Henry Howell, Alex V. Hurley, John Janusek, Topher Jones, Gordy Jorian, William Kelleher, Lee Kemble, Christian J. Killingsworth, Wayne Leach, Adam Lee, Terry Lewis, Matt Lumley, Chaz Lyon, Steve Macher, Jay Maidment, David Marriott, Joe Marron, Peter Marsden, Ron Marshall, David Maund, Vince McGahon, Joe McGee, Mike McGowan, T. Michael McLean, Olly Meacock, David Melhorn, John J. Moers, Will Morris, Simon Muir, John Muliler, Chris Napolitano, Nino Neuboeck, Dennis O Connell, Daniel O Donnell, Paul Olsen, Ken Palladino, Elvis Pasqual, Kelly Paul, Steve Petrie, Steve Pochetty, Logan Polizzotti, George Powell, Stephanie Power, Keith Rafferty, Mark Rafferty, Keith Rando, C. Alan Rawlins, James Ray-Leary, Laura Redpath, Michael Rich, Ricky Ricio, Kenny Rivenbark, Terry Robb, Terry Roberts, Ben Casciello Rogers, Alexa Romero, Riko Schatke, Lee Schoffield, Lee Schofield, Randy Scurlock, Matt Shearer, Paul Sheppard, Stuart Sheppard, Andy Siddall, Jeffrey Skinner, Dave Sonnenberg, Carla Sosa, Michael St. Hilaire, John St. Laurent, Ben Stinson, Mark Suveg, Karl Thomas, Steven Toft, Françoise Valentine, Mike Valentine, Greg Vanzyck, James Wade, Peter Welch, Matthew West, Paul Wheeldon, Des Whelan, Mitchell Whisker, Neal Wilde, Matt Windon, Marc Wostak, Harry Young-Jamieson, Alexander Youssef, Quentin Brown, Anastasia Romanchuka
Animation Department David Apgar, Sebastien Bacchia, Magda Bieszczak, Patricia Binga, Richard Blakey, Leonardo Bonisolli, Evan Clover, Josie Corben, Matthew Day, Zvi Eaton, Scott Fritts, Andy Gent, Maggie Haden, Valma Hiblen, Kahye Hwang, Simon Irvine, Angela Kiely, Jeff Kim, Joanna Lee, Christophe Leignel, Eduardo Castells Mateo, Colin McEvoy, Russell McLean, Gwilym Morris, Tom O Flaherty, David Pate, Collette Pidgeon, Roberto Raio, Neil Riley, Brett Schroeder, Ryan Sluman, Chris Sokalofsky, Emanuel Strixner, Darren Walsh, Ben Wiggs
Casting Department Shannon Avalos, Maryellen Aviano, Jennifer Conrader, Deborah Maxwell Dion, Atsumi Foreman, Christian Kaplan, Tracy Kilpatrick, Kirsty Kinnear, Sue Lawrence, Phoebe Scholfield, Rachael Thompson, Amanda Tudesco, Patti Wiley
Costume and Wardrobe Department Michael Agosta, Amy Arnold, Mollie Barr, Sean Barrett, Marcia Bethell, Paul Black, Cheryl Beasley Blackwell, Kurt J. Blackwell, Bernadette Brennan, David Butler, Christine L. Cantella, Carrie Care, Mary Colleen Chabot, Jay Cheng, Claudia Combee, Elizabeth Lizzie Corkish, Amanda Cox, Gaia Cozzi, Carrie Dacre, Mohamed Elfata, Simone Feulner, Katie Fitzsimons, Suzy Freeman, Olivia Freuler, Liv Gaggi, Sarina Poppy Gallagher, Steve Gell, Perry Goyen, Raquel Gremler, Brendan Handscombe, Carolyn Handscombe, Kiersten Hargroder, Stuart Heath, Mariette Hendriks, Warren Holder, Sara Hope, Rebecca Islip, Askia Won-Ling Jacob, Kelly Jones, Beth Koenigsberg, Anne Lavender-Jones, Susan Lee, Emma Lowe, Kay Manasseh, Robyn Manton, Jay Barry Matthews, Ciara McArdle, Tricia Cruikshank McCumby, Amelia McKinney, Amanda McLaughlan, Olga Meverden, Liv Murton, Kathryn Mysko Von Schultze, Gianina Padovano, Julia Piatkowska, Stephanie Polo, Gemma Rasmussen, Fernando Rodriguez, Felipe Sanchez, Kimberley Scott, Debbie Smith, Marcia Smith, Susan Smith, Joan Staley, Justine Warhurst, Benjamin Wax, Lex Wood, Dominic Young, Jacqueline Mulligan
Editorial Department Matt Adams, Cherri Arpino, Sarah Bowden, Stuart Bryce, Fred Chandler, Laureen Clarke, Nick Davis, Peter Doyle, Chema Gomez, Julia Hewitt, Tristan Hey, Lorraine Johnson, Mel Kangleon, Karl Kuehn, Keith Mason, Katie McCulloch, Gemma Nicholson, Danny Schramm, Raul Sevilla, John St. Laurent, Lee Tucker, Rachael Watmough, Jennifer Willens, Chris Wilson, Simon Harris
Location Management Jason Allen, Sam Baloff, Guy Balson, Matthew C. Beil, Finlay Bradbury, Carn Burton, David Campbell-Bell, Bruno Cassoni, Alex Darby, Charlie Dennis, Glenn Diot, Annabel Francois, Wim Goossens, Robert Hamer, Kathleen Hileman, Saoirse Knight, Davis Lampard, Nicholas Manfre, Ben Mankin, Jessica Mason, Michael McDermott, Sharon McGuinness, David O Reilly, David Pinnington, Helen Searle, Adam Sharp, Mandy Sharpe, Sherrill Smith, Julia Tomlinson, James B. Wall, Jojo Warne, Ian A. Williams, Sandra Woodward, Andreas Zachai, Lenart Cernilogar
Music Department Laurence Anslow, Michael Bahnmiller, Mark Berrow, Thomas Bowes, Bobby Brader, Daniel A. Brown, Tom Brown, Nicholas Bucknall, Richard Canavan, Jina B. Choi, Peter Clarke, Fiona Cruickshank, Anne-Marie Cullum, Gordon Davidson, Grace Davidson, Tim Davies, Andrew Dudman, Alex Ferguson, Soophia Foroughi, Mark Graham, Gavin Greenaway, Dave Hage, Alistair Hawkins, Riley Hughes, Kieran Kiely, Joanna Forbes L Estrange, Jeremy Levy, Fabio Marks, Andres Montero, Rebecca Morellato, Willow Nash, Everton Nelson, Mike Newport, Jenny O Grady, Jake Parker, Redd Pepper, Mark Petrie, John Prestage, Melissa Reiner, Arash Rezaei, Naomi Sato, Peter Snipp, Jason Soudah, Steve Trowell, Allen Walley, Lawrence Wallington, Mel Wesson, Lucy Whalley, James Daniel Wilson, Warren Zielinski, Rachel Bolt, Thomas Cavanaugh, Danielle Diego, Ellen Ginsburg, Patrick Houlihan, Steve Mair, Dorina Markoff
Script and Continuity Department Nikki Clapp, Sharon Mansfield, Laura Miles, Carolyn O Reilly, Monika Petrillo, Lizzie Pritchard
Transportation Department David R. Blakely, Casey Boden, Roger Bojarski Jr., David Burns, Alan Canty, Manuel Cespedes, Wade Dack, Peter Devlin, Kevin Hora, John Kestner, David Lewis, William Mac Maquez, Bob McGovern, Nigel Moore, Dean Moran, Nick Murray, David Neville, David O Donoghue, Jay Palomino, Roland Palomino, Jason Pinto, Ken Price, David Rosenbaum Jr., Donald F. Smith Jr., Harry Taylor, Jeffrey Warren, Nigel Willson, John Wiser
Additional Crew Glyn Alderson, Pamela Alessandrelli, Andrea Amato, Mary Jane Amato, Caridad Angus, Bobby Antova, Owen Arnold, Hailu Asfaw, Stephanie Barker, Matt Barry, Paul Scruff Bates, Lisa Birch, Karen Birtchnell, Mark Birtchnell, Todd S Bittner, Catherine Black-McCray, Richard Blenkiron, Peter Bolton, Dave Booys, Edward Bottenheim, Mary Boulding, Kevin Breen, Sarah Brook, Beryl Brown, Craig T. Brown, Debra Bruce-Nazarian, Jen Burkley, Michael Buster, Richard Carless, Selena Carrillo, Roisin Carty, Sarah Clark, Tom Cochrane, Khris Colgate, Alice Collins, Brandon Combs, Alex Connor, Cheryl Cook, Tracey Cook, Chantal Coote, Alfredo Corona, Milo Cremer Eindhoven, Matt Curtis, Giovanni A. Dalessandro, Sofia Damiani, Dwayne Daniels, Chris Deighton, Sophie Depraetere, Seamus Devine, Samantha Dixon, Alexandra Doyle, Kory Edwards, John Eleton, Laura Erikson, Charlotte Ewart, Kate Fernandez, Stephanie M. Flores, Claire Frayn, Rachael Fullerton, Stephen Gallacher, Craig Garner, Kya Garwood, Cynthia Gates Fujikawa, Micheal Gentry, Federico Ghetta, Paul B. Gibbs, Walter A. Gonzales, Manny Gonzalez, Robbie J. Gottlieb, Gaynor Fitzgerald Gould, Veronica Gouveia, Reva Grantham, Melissa Green, Nicky Gregory, Jim Hajicosta, Nicholas Hajicosta, Daniel Heale, Nancy Hearn, Steve Heinz, Richard Henry, Jacci Herman, Harry Hewitt, David Higgins, Ashley Holberry, Terry Holland, Katherine Hook, Charles Howes, Francesca Hunt, Teodora Ilie, Francesca Jaynes, Laurie Jessup, Andrew G. Johnson, Vince Jordan, Leasha Kane, Tally Kapadia, Emma Keele, Ian M. Kemp, Claire L. Kenny, Zachary Lane, David Lasky, David Lawton, Sue Loader, Barry Locock, Sarah Lyall, Peter Mackins, M.J. Magbanua, Keri Maletto, Nicoletta Mani, Nelson Luis Marcano, Tyler Martinolich, Nicholas Masky, Harshaan Mattoo, Inderpreet Mattoo, Ramnik Mattoo, Barry May-Leybourne, Tony Mazur, Adi McCrea, Volney McFarlin, Dara McGarry, Eric McGill, Frankie McGill, Kevin McMahon, Kieran McMahon, Lucy McWilliam, Rogelio Mendoza, Dale Mercer, Ernie Merlan, Zoe Midgley, Lindsay Miller, Fern Millroy, Ian Mitchell, David Molloy, Pete Mongelli, Johnny Moniz, Jeanluc Moreira, Victoria Morgan, Andy Piers Morris, Lee Morse, Christopher Mullen, Julian Murray, Nick Murray, David Murrell, David Mylett, Vicki Vail Nardozzi, Tony Nawrocki, Martin Neufkens, Becky Newberry, Cameron Nord, John Odwell, James Ogden, Graham Owen, Rhys Owen, Maru Patetta, Malcolm Pearce, Emily Pendas, Berenice Percival, Judith Phillips, Charlotte Piddington, Nigel Pilkington, Anna Quinn, Patrick Reese, Jennifer Reeves, James J. Reid, Lisa Rhyne, Elisabeth Richardson, Valery Richardson, Margaret Richey, Daniel Rogers, Richard Ruck, Gabriela Ruget, Sam Rumble, Penny Ryder, Morgan Schlosser, Sarah Schweitzman, Helen Seery, Sophie Sengchan, Barney Shakespeare, Matt Sharp, Dave Shaw, Malika Sheikh, Amy Smith, Kyle Smithers, Theresa Snider, Kirsty Squibb, Alistair Steele, Ben Strowger, Alicia Triana Tabeau, Christopher Talbot, Prasun Talukdar, Elizabeth Tatro, Katharine Tidy, Liam Tomasiello, Rob Townsend, Derek Tracy, Will Truefitt, Kristian Turnbull, Ben Van Vaerenbergh, Jordan Wapner, Shelby Q. Warren, James Wells-Hunt, Rebecca Whiting, Ashley Wild, Richard Wild, Jo Winter, Mike Woodley, Dan Wright, Alice Wymer, David Zealey, Sarah Zwaenepoel, Nathan Aldous, Kriss TheDish Brown, Andrei Enoiu, Roland Lukacsi, Alexander Phoenix, Sean Seymour, David A. Starke
Thanks Tony Armer, Kris de Bruyne, Lisa Dozois, Dale Gordon, Tyler Martinolich
Genres Adventure, Drama, Family
Companies Twentieth Century Fox, Chernin Entertainment, TSG Entertainment
Countries USA, UK, Belgium, Canada
Languages English
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 6.7
ImDbRatingVotes 176360
MetacriticRating 57
Keywords time loop,time travel,butterfly effect,death of grandfather,year 1943