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47 Meters Down: Uncaged (DVD)

47 Meters Down: Uncaged is a 2019 survival horror film directed by Johannes Roberts and written by Roberts and Ernest Riera, and a sequel to 47 Meters Down (2017).

None of the cast from the previous film returns here. The new cast consists of Sophie Nélisse, Corinne Foxx, Brianne Tju, Sistine Stallone, Davi Santos, Khylin Rhambo, Brec Bassinger, Nia Long and John Corbett. The plot follows a group of girls who scuba dive to a sunken Mayan city, only to be trapped by a group of sharks that are swimming in it.

47 Meters Down: Uncaged was released in the United States on August 16, by Entertainment Studios. The film had grossed $46.1 million against a $12 million budget, the two films have grossed over $100 million worldwide.


Teenager Mia and stepsister Sasha have just moved to a new school. Another student, Catherine, pushes Mia into the campus pool with Sasha as a bystander. Mia s father Grant learns about the incident and plans a boat ride for the sisters to see the great white sharks, hoping the two will bond. Grant gives Mia a tooth of a great white shark he found and recounts when Mia used to scuba dive with him.

On the day of the boat ride, Mia is shocked to see that Catherine and her friends are also there for the tour. Sasha s friends Alexa and Nicole arrive and tempt them both to go to a secret place with them. The girls get in Alexa s car and have a fun time together at the secret lagoon. Alexa reveals that the lagoon has an entrance to a submerged Mayan city where Grant and his two assistants—Carl and Alexa s boyfriend Ben—are working to prepare for a visit from a group of archaeologists the following week. After finding scuba gear, Nicole persuades the girls to dive through the city, eventually reaching an ancient sacrificial chamber. They encounter a cavefish, and Nicole accidentally knocks over a stone column, causing a chain reaction of collapses.

The girls become separated by the silt until Mia and Alexa find Ben, who is suddenly devoured by a great white shark and drops the guideline. The girls find each other and are chased by a shark into a tunnel, causing a cave-in to the lagoon s entrance. The girls decide to go back for the guideline but encounter a shark forcing the girls to swim deeper into the city until they reach an air pocket. Mia hears music in the water and leaves the girls behind in an attempt to get help. Elsewhere, Carl, who is listening to the music, is later attacked and killed by a shark. Mia eventually finds his body, and Grant saves her. The two reunite with the other girls, who came looking for her. They realize the shark is blind, having evolved within the caves, and they are able to distract the shark with sounds and make their escape. The group surfaces at a clearing where a pulley system ascender is set in place. However, two sharks come to the surface, and Nicole panics. She attempts to climb up the rope as Alexa is going up, inadvertently causing much of the rope and Alexa to fall back into the water. Nicole does climb up to reach an entrance, but instead she holds a loose rock, loses her grip, and also falls back, then she is ripped apart and devoured in a feeding frenzy by two sharks.

Grant explains that the only way out is to swim back down even deeper in order to find another exit, which will let them come out in the ocean, but is killed by a shark moments later. Mia, Sasha, and Alexa swim into the caves alone, eventually coming upon a strong current that catches Sasha and separates her from the others. Alexa makes it to the other entrance but is attacked by one of the sharks, and Mia is dragged into the current. Alexa escapes the shark by taking off her air tank but eventually drowns. Mia reunites with Sasha at the lower current, and they swim into a newly discovered cave. At the end of the cave, they find a crevice that leads to the surface, but a shark appears and attacks them. Climbing up the narrow crevice, both girls alternatively get caught in the tight space and must abandon their now empty air tanks to escape.

At the surface, they see a tour boat and start swimming towards it until they realize it is chumming the water to attract sharks. Mia and Sasha get the tourists attention as they are attacked by the sharks. While Mia makes it onto the boat, Sasha is grabbed by a shark. Mia jumps back into the water and shoots the shark with a flare gun, freeing Sasha. Sasha reaches the boat, but Mia is dragged into the water by another shark. She escapes by stabbing the shark s eye with the tooth given to her by Grant. Mia swims to the boat and reunites with Sasha as a shocked Catherine watches the boat s staff tend to their wounds.


  • Sophie Nélisse as Mia
  • Corinne Foxx as Sasha
  • Brianne Tju as Alexa
  • Sistine Stallone as Nicole
  • Davi Santos as Ben
  • Khylin Rhambo as Carl
  • Brec Bassinger as Catherine
  • John Corbett as Grant
  • Nia Long as Jennifer



In September 2017, it was announced that production studio The Fyzz Facility was working on a sequel to 47 Meters Down, titled 48 Meters Down. Johannes Roberts returned as director, and again co-wrote the script with Ernest Riera. James Harris and Mark Lane produced the film, as they did the first, and were joined by Robert Jones.

The sequel takes place in Mexico, and centers around a group of young women who decide to explore some hidden underwater ruins located off the beaten trail. Production was overseen by Altitude Film Sales, and potential buyers were sought in Toronto.

In August 2018, a teaser trailer for the film was released, with a new official title 47 Meters Down: The Next Chapter, before filming had begun. By December of the same year, the film had been re-titled 47 Meters Down: Uncaged.

Tomandandy reteamed with director Roberts to compose 47 Meters Down: Uncaged. Varèse Sarabande Records released the soundtrack.


Principal photography for the film took place at Pinewood Indomina Studios, Dominican Republic, the Underwater Studio in Basildon and Pinewood Studios, Buckinghamshire, from December 2018 to February 2019.


Entertainment Studios handled distribution for the film, and initially set the release for June 28, 2019. In February 2019, it was announced the release date had been pushed back to August 16, 2019, in order to avoid competition with Annabelle Comes Home.

Release dates for other countries include August 23 (Indonesia), August 28 (South Korea), August 29 (Portugal, Singapore), August 30 (India), September 26 (Chile, Peru), October 10 (Germany) and November 20 (Brazil). The movie was released direct to DVD in the UK on February 3, 2020, and added to Netflix in April 2020, without a theatrical release in the country.


Box office

As of November 7, 2019, 47 Meters Down has grossed $22.26 million in the United States and Canada, and $24.5 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $46.78 million.

In the United States and Canada, the film was released alongside Blinded by the Light, Where d You Go, Bernadette and Good Boys, and was projected to gross $11–14 million from 2,853 theaters in its opening weekend. It made $3.2 million on its first day, including $516,000 from Thursday night previews. The film went on to debut to $8.4 million, down from the original s $11.2 million, and finishing sixth. The film dropped 54% in its second weekend to $3.9 million, finishing 11th.

Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 45% based on 88 reviews, with an average rating of 4.7/10. The website s critical consensus reads, 47 Meters Down: Uncaged may not be as ruthlessly efficient as its finned villains, but fans of shark peril thrillers should find it just chummy enough. On Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, the film has a score of 43 out of 100, based on 17 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of C+ on an A+ to F scale, while those at PostTrak gave it an average 2.5 out of 5 stars and a 52% definite recommend.




Entertainment Studios Motion Picture, James Harris, Mark Lane, Robert Jones



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1h 30min


Johannes Roberts


Ernest Riera, Johannes Roberts


Sophie Nélisse, Corinne Foxx, Brianne Tju

Produced by

Byron Allen, Andrew Boucher, Chris Charalambous, Will Clarke, Mark DeVitre, Babak Eftekhari, Carolyn Folks, Jessica Freeborn, Kate Glover, Eric Gould, James Harris, Terence Hill, Robert Jones, Mark Lane, Jennifer Lucas, Andy Mayson, Ernest Riera, Joan Robbins, Johannes Roberts, Mike Runagall

Music by


Cinematography by

Mark Silk

Film Editing by

Martin Brinkler

Casting By

Colin Jones

Production Design by

David Bryan

Art Direction by

Thomas Bryan, Miguel Llorca, María Fernanda Sabogal, John West

Set Decoration by

Pamela Aguilo

Costume Design by

Claire Finlay-Thompson

Makeup Department

Monica Alburquerque, My Alehammar, Jacqueline Almonte, Marina Altomare, Kamanza Amihyia, Sarah Armstrong, Aurora Beadle, Katie Cresser, Tania Estevez, Laryssa Fanini, Francesca Hissey, Sophia Knight, Kristyan Mallett, Cathleen Rivas, Bianca Simone Scott, Keren Shaw, Malwina Suwinska, Lisa Zipper, Steven Harris

Production Management

Emma Biggins, Marian Briozzo, Che Castellanos, Jose Pimentel Dujarric, Filiz-Theres Erel, Jennifer Eriksson, Tim Leach

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Thomas Bryan, Faz Buffery, Mark Inglis, James Nunn, Marco Petrucco

Art Department

Amelia Bennett, Loretta Castellanos, Stephen Cooper, Roger Dengate, Will Dengate, Dan Fall, Martin Arias Miyo, Melanie Monsanto, Steve Patterson, Marsy Santos Jimenez, Louis Vass, Rod Vass, Keith Weir

Sound Department

James Ashton, Frank Barlow, Valerio Cristello, Michael Elton, Harry Jones, Dmytro Kniazhechenko, Richard Kondal, Tom Melling, Alex Outhwaite, Illia Popel, Jamison Rabbe, Adrian Sandu-Yota, Jason Sharrow, Victor Shcheglov, Ivor Talbot, Keith Tinman, Micha Wabro, Baptiste Waneukem, Paul Williams

Visual Effects by

Zakariyah Abdel-Illah, Alicia Abril Carrera, Cjay Adams, Ali Al-Tobi, Jordi Alavedra, Jonas Almeida, Narimani Ammar, Stefanos Anagnostopoulos, Jordi Balcells, Fong Ping Bong, Camilla May Brisley, Markus Burki, Andy Burrow, Henry Cakebread, David Capon, Jade Carter, Jerly Chang, Karkeng ChanJiaJyn, Josh James Chappell, Richard Charlton, Desmond Chew, Tanner Chow, Jorge del Cano, Ben Duff, Rémy Dupont, Bella Araminta Dwimaryanto, Richard Endean, Andrew Fineberg, Roberta Fischetti, Charlene Haywood, Geraint Hixson, Steve Holmes, Kevin Hui, Selvarajan Jayakumar, Marcin Kolendo, Stanislav Kolev, Jun Yit Lai, Sean Lee, Marko Leppänen, Nick Geng Tian Lim, Shahrir Lim, Christopher Lloyd, Kok Wah Low, Jérémie Maitrejean, Lewis Marks, Alessandro Maschietto, Paulo Alexandre Mateus, Michael Hall Mauritzen, Hugo Melo, Lewis Menga, Krishnakant Mishra, Manit Mistry, Mohit Mistry, Steve Molloy, Avinash Nayak, Annie Ng, Sherryn Ooi, Vijay Paithankar, Edward Pak, Felicia Petersen, Trishit Pradhan, Valentin Procida, Diego Rojas, Olivier Ryard, David Sadler-Coppard, Rosa Sanchez, Niki Hui Chi Siew, Grant Spencer, Oliver Street, Jerome Tai, Amanda Yi Wen Tan, Jeffry Tantoso, George Tomlin, Giacomo Venturi, Michael Wiles, Patrick Woo, Kenny Cheng Keng Yee, Rusydi Ahmad, Dayne Cowan, Wayne Er, Khai Ming Hoh, Keerthi Krishnan, Brandon Hor Qin Lee, HongGuan Lim, Benjamin Kai Wen Lok, Stevia Elsa Soetanto, Yi Ling Tay, Leela Nadha Reddy Venna, Kiu Fung Kaze Yau, Bear Hoe Hiong Yeo, Sajad Yousefi


Nick Chopping, Andrew Cooper, Josie Forman, Grace Franzl, Rob Hayes, Laetitia Lawrence, Zoe Masters, Rita Tsang, Daisy Wolsey-Cooper, Monica Wong

Camera and Electrical Department

Miguel Baerga, Stephanie Briones, Emmet Cahill, Andy Duncan, Jeancarlo Ferrando, Gareth Gatrell, Omar Rivas Goris, Joe Lovelock, Aidan Monaghan, Ben Parish, Geronimo Perez, Bernie Prentice, Danny Preston, Ivan A. Reynoso, Juan Carlos Salcie, Dan Travers, Francisco Adolfo Valdez, Gabriel Valencia, La Mur Joan Lopez Viera, Joe Werry, Matt Wesson, Joe Wright, Leo Pérez

Animation Department

Ng Mun Hoe, Dave Novis, Akhileshwar Prasad, Aleksandra Rafalska

Casting Department

Shantal Fernández, Edna Lerebours, Leslie Wasserman

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Alba Bobea, Helen Bolter, Graciela Kidd, Holly Mayes, Kiali Rodriguez, Caylee Webber

Editorial Department

Martin Bernfeld, Daniel De La Cruz Corporán, Robert Frost, James Harding, Laura Hewett, Colin J. Hughes, Christopher Lloyd, Joseph Mackenzie, Caite Ni'Ceileachair, Sara Ranucci, Lukas Revzin, Sabrina Salome, Carl Troedsson, Matthew Troughton

Location Management

Boni Canto, Reinaldo Fernandez, Victor Calderon Pujols

Music Department

Eric Breiner, Phil Canning, Tara Finegan, Tim Hegarty, Erik Jourgensen, Laura Katz, Pendle Poucher, Chris Rummel, Vanesa Lorena Tate, Scott Williams

Script and Continuity Department

Andrea Bamford, Janet Kellock, Sheila McNaught

Transportation Department

Lewis Castillo, Milan Godla, Eric Lopez, Vicmayri Pérez

Additional Crew

Lisa Birch, Dave Booys, John Bracamonte, Ruth Chevalier, Phil Costello, Leonora Darby, Graham Denman, Patrick Fischer, Alain Gales, Manuela Guisantes, Manuel Herrera Sierra, Paul Hillier, Jamie Hook, Alex Kabban, Zoe Masters, Lauren McIvor, Georgina Miles, Gilberto Morillo, Jasmin Morrison, Rafael Elias Munoz, Juan Carlos Orihuela-Cuesta, Laura Pettitt, Víctor Piñeyro, Philip Pope, Mila Ramirez, Russ Riggins, Erick S. Rivera, Carmen Susana Roig, Bolivar Sanchez, Claudia Saviñón, Dave Shaw, Reece Smith, Jonjo Stickland, Edward Taroghion, Jessalin Victor, Graham Walters, Daniel Watkins


Alexandre Aja, Kwesi Akoto, Jeremy Bell, Jeff Buhler, Dom Burns, Andy Cooper, Samantha Gibney, Hannah Hagler, Joyce Harris, Sam Higham, Michael Hurst, David Jalenko, Darren Jones, Gabriel Jones, Isabella Jones, Louis Jones, Tallulah Jones, Larry Lane, Lou Lane, Penny Lane, Stephen Lane, Todd Lincoln, Tyler Macintyre, Annie Mahoney, Jim Mahoney, Cassie Marks, Matt Martin, Adam Mason, Nicole Alyse Nelson, Peter Nichols, Jenn Santos, Jennifer Selmer, Annette Smith, Geoff Smith, Jackson Stewart


Adventure, Drama, Horror


Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures, thefyzz




English, Spanish





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Short Description

47 Meters Down: Uncaged is a 2019 survival horror film directed by Johannes Roberts and written by Roberts and Ernest Riera, and a sequel to 47 Meters Down (2017).

None of the cast from the previous film returns here. The new cast consists of Sophie Nélisse, Corinne Foxx, Brianne Tju, Sistine Stallone, Davi Santos, Khylin Rhambo, Brec Bassinger, Nia Long and John Corbett. The plot follows a group of girls who scuba dive to a sunken Mayan city, only to be trapped by a group of sharks that are swimming in it.

47 Meters Down: Uncaged was released in the United States on August 16, by Entertainment Studios. The film had grossed $46.1 million against a $12 million budget, the two films have grossed over $100 million worldwide.

Box Office Budget

$12,000,000 (estimated)

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Box Office Gross USA


Box Office Cumulative Worldwide Gross