Getaway (2013)

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  • IMDb page: Getaway (2013)
  • Rate: 4.1/10 total 1,472 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Crime
  • Release Date: 30 August 2013 (USA)
  • Runtime: 90 min
  • Filming Location: Bulgaria
  • Budget: $18,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $6,250,450 (USA) (4 September 2013)
  • Director: Courtney Solomon
  • Stars: Ethan Hawke, Selena Gomez, Jon Voight | See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: Justin Caine Burnett   
  • Soundtrack: Sing Now
  • Sound Mix: SDDS | Datasat | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Race Car | Race Against Time | Race Car Driver | Mustang | Kidnapping

Writing Credits By:

  • Sean Finegan (written by) and
  • Gregg Maxwell Parker (written by)

Known Trivia

  • There is no CGI in any of the car crash scenes. All the crashes in the movie are real.
  • 130 cars were wrecked in the making of this movie. The production had its own junkyard on set to store the wreckage.
  • Some of the stuntmen were driving up to 55mph when they crashed, but remarkably, no one was hurt.
  • Ethan Hawke’s favorite car is the 1968 Shelby Mustang.
  • The Shelby Super Snake Mustang is such a rare car, that Shelby had to make cars especially for this production.
  • Ethan Hawke’s first time doing donuts in the Super Snake was on set, and he had Selena Gomez in the passenger seat.
  • Ethan Hawke did some of his own stunt driving.
  • Seven Shelby’s were made for the film. Many were wrecked multiple times and parts of some would be added to others to create a new car. In all, 13 versions of the Shelby were wrecked in the making of this film.
  • To catch all the breakneck action from both inside and outside the Shelby Super Snake the director used a variety of cameras, numbering anywhere from 18 to 42, in any given scene. The cameras ranged in size and format, including state of the art digital RED Epics.
  • Principal photography took place on location in the streets of Sofia, Bulgaria, beginning in winter.

Goofs: Continuity: When the city power plant is destroyed, in a truly spectacular series of explosions, the city is shown experiencing a total blackout. For the rest of the movie, there is not a single light out, not a street light, traffic light, or building light, negating the whole premise of the robbery theme.

Plot: Former race-car driver Brent Magna is pitted against the clock when his wife is kidnapped by a mysterious villain. He commanders a young woman's car and takes her on on a high-speed race against time. Full summary »  »

Story: Getaway is the gritty, exciting action thriller from Warner Brothers in which former race car driver Brent Magna is pitted against the clock as he commandeers a custom Shelby Super Snake Mustang, taking it and its unwitting owner on a high-speed adventure at the command of a mysterious villain on a race against time to save the life of his kidnapped wife. Written byanonymous


Synopsis: We open to Brent Magna (Ethan Hawke) arriving home. The place has been ransacked, with the Christmas decorations destroyed and shattered glass everywhere. In addition, there is an obvious sign of a struggle, given Brent finds blood on the floor. He calls out to his wife and gets no response. Suddenly, his phone rings

Cut to a parking garage where a tricked out Shelby Corvette waits. Brent steals it and escapes the parking garage despite security trying to stop him.

We flashback to him getting the call; a middle-aged man, simply called The Voice (Jon Voight) tells him that his wife has been taken and if Brent wants her back, he will have to do EXACTLY what he is told. The Voice tells him to steal the car. It has been outfitted with cameras to watch his every move, and is armor plated to deflect gunfire. Brent is warned by The Voice that he must do whatever he is directed to do. If he refuses a task, fails in it, or is caught by the police, then his wife will die.

Brent sees two cops chasing him and speeds off. Being a skilled driver, he is able to think quickly on his feet to evade them well, eventually setting a trap to cause one to crash into the other. Two more cop cars find him and give pursuit. Brent makes them follow him into a sewer gully and causes them to crash into deep water held in the ravine. He then backs out of the ravine and drives away, free of police attention for the moment.

The Voice calls Brent and directs him to a mountain. Once there, he called again and reminded of the rules; he does his tasks without question, and his wife lives. Disobey or get caught, and she dies. Brent requests proof of life and he is briefly allowed to hear her voice before The Voice cuts back in and tells him they will be in touch and to dump his phone. Brent tosses his phone and drives off.

We are told that the story is taking place in Sofia, Bulgaria.

We see Brent’s wife, Leanne (Rebecca Budig) taken by the men who kidnapped her into a grimy holding room. Her cries to be let go are ignored.

Brent drives and thinks of his wife.

Brent receives a call from the phone system that has been added into the car. The Voice directs him towards his first task. He tells Brent to speed up and take some perilous turns, eventually being forced to crash through a park, ice rink, and shopping center, nearly killing numerous civilians in the process. The Voice calls to congratulate him and tells him to keep moving. Brent is ordered to crash into a water truck and run through a red lighted intersection, causing accidents in his wake. Brent is then ordered to park in a construction zone and await further instructions.

Waiting there, someone opens the passenger door and sticks a gun in Brents face. Known simply as The Kid (Selena Gomez), she is apparently a car thief tells him to get out. Brent refuses and begins to struggle with her. The Voice calls and tells Brent to take her with him. Having no choice, Brent races off with her. Brent asks what he should do.

Kill her, The Voice says.

Kid looks horrified and Brent balks at doing it. The Voice says if he doesn’t, his wife will die instead and gives him till the count of three. Brent points the gun at her face but cant do it. "I’m not a killer", Brent says. The Voice says that it is a good choice, as he will need her.

Yet another cop car spots them, and Brent drives to evade him. Kid is screaming for him to pull over but of course Brent cant do it. He is eventually able to get rid of it, causing it to crash. What the hell did you do?! Kid screams. She tries to yell out of the window to get a cops attention until Brent pulls her back inside.

An unmarked cop car joins the pursuit and Brent is forced to hit him and cause his car to flip three times into another. Kid yells at Brent for ruining her car with all the cameras and other high tech added to it. Brent doesnt know what she is talking about. This is my car, Kid says. She was given an anonymous tip by a cop that someone had stole it and told her where it was seen. Brent tells her no cop would do that, and them meeting was no accident. It was planned.

We see The Voice at a bar. He maps Brent’s location on a map then sets more cops onto him by hacking the police scanners.

Kid and Brent talk. Brent tries to explain what is going on but doesn’t know much. He doesn’t recognize The Voice who is ordering him around.

The Voice calls him and tells him of his second task. Brent will have numerous cops on his tail and has four minutes to escape. If he doesn’t, Leanne dies. Having no choice once more, Brent evades numerous cop cars that are thrown at him, ramming one, forcing another off the road, and causing two to hit a truck. He drives down some stairs and gets away to The Voices satisfaction before time runs out. They continue to drive.

We cut back to The Voice. His computer says two streets have been blocked.

Kid is angered about the damage done to her car as it was a birthday gift by her father. She reaches into the glove compartment and finds her hidden iPad. Kid is apparently a hacker of some kind. She tracks the camera feed and sees that it is pinging off a government server. She notices several other feeds including a parking garage.

The Voice calls again. He speaks of an article speaking of Brents racing career and tells him about the third task. The Voice wants them to go to a power plant and upload a flash drive into the system by 11:30 p.m. When Kid asks why he needs the power gone, The Voice tells her it would be wise not to ask too many questions.

Having time to kill, Brent and The Kid park the car nearby the plant. Kid is livid since she believes Brent is a criminal. Brent explains that he used to be. He was formerly a NASCAR driver that washed out due to his dangerous driving skills that led to numerous wrecks. In debt, he became a wheelman and did some things he wasn’t proud off. He changed for his wife Leanne, and they moved back to her home country to start over.

Kid tells Brent she is a daughter of a Bank CEO that moved her here two years ago. He is distant and basically gives her money instead of actual affection.

Kid then breaks down the big picture that Brent has apparently missed; when the tasks are over, why would The Voice ever give Brent his wife back? If it was the Kid in control, she would kill Brent and Leanne anyway. Oh shit, Id kill me too, Kid says, realizing they are all expendable. Brent says it is time to go and they drive to the plant.

Kid gets out of the car saying she will hack the server. She uploads the data then hacks the computer to try and call 911. Thinking she got through, she tries to tell what has happened, only for The Voice to laugh at her, telling her as smart as she is, hes smarter. The Voice tells Kid to look up and she sees herself on camera. The whole thing was a set up to incriminate her. He tells Kid to run as the plant overloads. Kid gets in the car and Brent drives off as the entire plant explodes, taking out several power grids in the city.

Brent and Kid are confronted by more cops. Brent drives evasively to disable them.

The Voice is at the bar. His computer says five key streets have been blocked. He grins.

Taking a moment to breathe, Brent pulls over. Kid gets out and says she is leaving. She mentions the camera at the plant and tells Brent they are being set up for something big that The Voice is planning. They are doing everything so they will be arrested and the ones who planned this will have full deniability. "I’m not dying for you", Kid says. I have to take care of myself.

Brent gets a call from The Voice, demanding to get Kid back. Brent says ‘no’. Brent is then giving a video of Leanne surrounded by guards and then the feed cuts out, signifying to Brent that she has been killed. The Voice says he warned him about disobedience. Kid comes back and says she is sorry. Brent says none of this is her fault. Kid tells him that Leanne is still alive. The Voice wouldn’t kill his only bargaining chip until everything is done.

While being pursued, yet again by more cops, Kid looks at her iPad and examines the crash locations. She realizes the points will cause a major traffic jam, leaving only one way out of the city. Its an escape route, Brent says.

The Voice calls again and gives Brent his final task, to rob a bank. Specifically, the bank that Kids father runs. Brent is ordered to turn around and go in the direction of the bank. Brent asks when he can see his wife again. The Voice tries to shut him up and Brent finally loses his patience. I need to know that she is all right and WHEN THIS SHIT IS GOING TO BE OVER! The Voice tells him to keep his cool and turn around NOW. Brent relents and turns around.

As they drive and evade the police, Kid questions the plan. Her fathers bank isn’t a normal bank; it is an investment firm with just computers. Brent and Kid realize there must be evidence of hidden bank accounts with billions of dirty money on one of the hard drives. The blocked streets and electricity outage would cause bank protocol to move the sensitive information to another destination. They are being used for the ultimate fall guys. Furthermore, Kid was used to make it appear that she was targeting her fathers bank because she was cut off financially by him.

Brent has to cut through a warehouse and fight off cop cars and a motorcycle. He trips the motorcycle causing it to flip and have its driver smash into a cop cars window. He evades the others by well placed jumps and exits the warehouse.

Thinking quick, Kid uses her iPad to create a camera loop to trick The Voice. She thinks they are falling into a trap and wants to make sure. The loop will buy then time.

Journeying near the bank, they see dozens of cop cars waiting. They finally realize that is all a set up. They would crash through the empty barricade, and rob an empty bank, while The Voice gets away with everything. Kid points out a nearby parking garage and they realize the hard drives are being moved from there.

We see a security team moving the drives into an armored car when they hear motorcycles. Four motorcycle drivers with sub-machine guns attack the convoy, killing four guards. The drivers of the truck try to leave, only for the mercenaries to place bombs on the windows. The bombs kill them and cause them to crash the truck. Just as the mercenaries double to take them, Brent and The Kid drive up and intercept the drives to The Voices obvious surprise.

As they drive off, The Voice calls them and threatens them but Brent shuts him up. We hold the cards now, Asshole! Kid yells to The Voices anger. The four motorcycles give chase. Brent tips one into a passing trolley. The other three shoot at the car but the bullets deflect due to the armor plating. Brent eventually causes the others to crash.

Forced into a dead end surrounded by cops, Brent thinks fast. Taking Kids gun, he pretends to hold her hostage, causing the police to back off. They drive off once more.

The Voice, though on the defensive, is still able to track the car. He calls one of his men and sends him the location.

Brent pulls over to let Kid leave. Kid refuses to leave saying he would do something stupid without her. Just as they settle that, The Red Biker gives chase. They drive into a train yard where the Red Biker is shooting at them. Timing himself, Brent fires one shot that hits the Red Biker. He crashes into some machinery, causing a fireball chain reaction as Brent and Kid drive away.

Brent calls The Voice and proposes a trade. He tells him to meet him at his workplace in two hours.

Before they head there, Kid gets a brilliant idea. She tampers with the car cameras to make it a live feed to alert the police. That way, the authorities can see that they were entrapped and bring backup when things go bad.

They head to an airport hangar. Five henchmen come out. Brent asks about his wife. The lead henchman asks about the Drives. Kid shows it. Brent asks about his wife. The lead henchman directs one of his men to get Leanne. The man then wants the drive, but Kid tells him to release Leanne first. He complies and Kid comes over to validate the drive. As she walks over, she notices an earpiece in the mans ear. She realizes The Voice is planning to kill them as soon as the transfer is done. The tech transfers the money and okays it to his boss. Cut to The Voice ordering his men to kill them all.

Kid warns Brent, who shields his wife. He gets shot in the back just as the cops rush in and arrest the henchmen. In the confusion, The Voice, who had been hiding in one of the cars, grabs Kid and drives off. Brent had been only grazed by the bullet and sees Kid get kidnapped. Brent tells his wife he has to save her and tells Leanne to stay with the police and drives off.

Kid uses her camera to link to her iPad to give Brent landmarks to follow. Brent sees it but he has his hands full. More of The Voices goons, this time outfitted with grenade launchers are pursuing him. They sandwich his car and try to grenade him several times. Brent is able to cause one to flip while he and the other car fishtail in an intersection. Brent cant get his car to start again and the other car is readying a grenade launcher. However, Brent is saved with an 18 wheeler clobbers the other car. He starts up the car, and drives away only to get caught in traffic. Remembering the blocked roads, and that there would be only one path out of the city, Brent turns around. He knows which way they are going.

Taking the route, he comes up to the SUV where The Voice has kidnapped Kid. In an unbroken take, we watch through the windshield as both cars dodge traffic and each other. The Voice eventually drives into a park and tells Kid to get out. She is forced to jump out of the moving vehicle right into Brent’s path. As she shields her face, Brent twists the wheel to miss her, causing his car to flip and crash right into the SUV driven by The Voice.

Kid is able to get Brent out of the car as it bursts into flames. Police show up to put out the fires and put The Voice under arrest. Another police car shows up with Leanne and Brent realizes it is finally over. Kid jokes about how Brent owes her a new car and Brent replies it just needs a new paint job. Suddenly, a phone rings in Leanne’s pocket. It isn’t hers.

Brent answers it to hear The Voice. Brent looks into the cop car holding the man who he thought was The Voice only to realize it is a decoy. The Voice congratulates him for doing so well. Asked about who he is, The Voice replies he is just Brent’s biggest fan and chose him because he thought Brent never lived up to his potential until now. The Voice thanks him for his help and the money he helped him steal, which he now has quite a lot.

We see a satellite view. The Voice wasn’t even in Bulgaria. He had been directing all his men from a bar in the United States. He sees his new account balance and shut his laptop down, handing it to a henchman who locks it away in a special locking suitcase. He then walks out of the bar, completely getting away with the heist.

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Produced By:

  • Rafael Garcia Arbej known as associate producer (as Rafael Garcia)
  • Aaron Auch known as executive producer
  • Stephanie Caleb known as co-producer
  • Moshe Diamant known as producer
  • Luc Etienne known as line producer
  • Sean Finegan known as co-producer
  • Stacy Frankel known as associate producer
  • Wayne Marc Godfrey known as executive producer
  • Jonathan P. Goodman known as executive producer (as Jon Goodman)
  • David Hudalay known as associate producer
  • Robert Jones known as executive producer
  • Simon Lewis known as associate producer
  • Christopher Milburn known as producer
  • Julius R. Nasso known as executive producer
  • Stewart Peter known as associate producer
  • Bobby Ranghelov known as executive producer
  • Steve Richards known as executive producer
  • Joel Silver known as executive producer
  • Courtney Solomon known as producer
  • Jose Picaza Ucar known as associate producer
  • Allan Zeman known as producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Ethan Hawke known as Brent Magna
  • Selena Gomez known as The Kid
  • Jon Voight known as The Voice
  • Rebecca Budig known as Leanne
  • Paul Freeman known as The Man (voice)
  • Bruce Payne known as Distinguished Man
  • Ivailo Geraskov known as Detective
  • Dimo Alexiev known as Henchman #1
  • Velislav Pavlov known as Henchman #2 (as Slavi Pavlov)
  • Dejan Angelov known as Henchman #3 (as Deyan Angelov)
  • Kaloian Vodenicharov known as Head Valet
  • Danko Jordanov known as Car Driver
  • Velizar Peev known as Valet
  • Peewee Piemonte known as Thug
  • Esteban Cueto known as Thug
  • Kiril Todorov known as BMW Driver
  • Georgi Dimitrov known as BMW Driver
  • Teodor Tzolov known as BMW Driver
  • Kalin Kerin known as BMW Driver
  • Ivailo Dimitrov known as BMW Driver
  • Scott Butler known as Bulgarian Police Officer
  • Maria Bobeva known as Newscaster #2 (uncredited)
  • Gabe Lustman known as VIP Club Goer (uncredited)
  • Lena Milan known as Police Dispatch (voice) (uncredited)
  • Silvia Ranguelova known as Newscaster #1 (uncredited)

..{tab=Supporting Department}Makeup Department:

  • Anna Andreeva known as makeup artist
  • Kimberly Jones known as makeup department head
  • Yordan Karshalukov known as hair stylist
  • Micah Laine known as makeup additional
  • Louis Lazzara known as makeup artist (additional photography)
  • Mariana Love known as makeup artist
  • Mariana Mihailova known as makeup artist
  • Evelyn Roach known as hair additional
  • Yana Stoyanova known as makeup artist: Ethan Hawke
  • Yana Stoyanova known as tattoo design
  • Melanie Verkins known as key hair stylist
  • Joani Yarbrough known as hair department head
  • Gino Zamprioli known as makeup artist

Art Department:

  • Mirel Ahmed known as standby dresser
  • Borislav Aleksiev known as painter
  • Petko Angelov known as carpenter
  • Belle Rose Armstrong known as painter
  • Boyan Asiov known as carpenter
  • Taylor Bergesch known as set
  • Valentin Bogdanov known as painter
  • Tony Brockliss known as assistant set decorator: Los Angeles
  • Jason Davis known as prop master
  • Jason Davis known as unit props
  • Kirk De Musiak known as prop master
  • Nikolai Dikov known as dresser
  • Jivko Dimitrov known as carpenter
  • Orlin Dimitrov known as painter
  • Ivanka Dimitrova known as painter
  • Stanimir Djankov known as carpenter
  • Dragomir Ganev known as painter
  • Martin Genchev known as props
  • Gergana known as painter
  • Lubomir Harizanov known as carpenter
  • Lawrence Heap known as leadman
  • Stoyan Hristov known as labourer
  • Peter Iliev known as painter
  • Jacob Johnson known as set dresser
  • Jordan Jordanov known as storyboard artist
  • Stanimir Karadraganov known as dresser
  • Stanimir Karadraganov known as painter
  • Peter Kimov known as carpenter
  • Veronika Kircheva known as painter
  • Metodi Krastev known as painter
  • Irina Kuneva known as graphic design
  • Ilia Kuzmanov known as carpenter
  • Sedrick Lakpa known as set dresser
  • Konrad Lewis known as on-set dresser
  • Angel Manchev known as stand by dresser
  • Rosen Marinkov known as props
  • Stefan Markov known as foreman construction
  • Mosko Masev known as property master
  • Kosta Maslev known as assistant art director/buyer
  • Thomas Meleck known as set dresser: Los Angeles
  • Evgeni Milev known as labourer
  • Rumen Minev known as assistant art director
  • Dimitar Nalbantov known as construction coordinator
  • Dimitar Nalbatanov known as carpenter
  • Anastas Nedelchev known as standby dresser
  • Nikolai Nikolaev Markov known as carpenter
  • Pavel Nikolov known as assistant carpenter
  • Svetlyo Petrov known as carpenter
  • Jean Pierre known as assistant property master: Los Angeles
  • Asya Plamenova known as painter
  • Dobromir Radev known as assistant dresser
  • Borislav Radovanov known as head carpenter
  • Anelia Raikova known as painter
  • Lyubomir Ranov known as painter
  • Petar Slavchev known as art department buyer
  • Stanislav Stankov known as assistant device maker
  • Aleksandra Stoyanova known as painter
  • Mihaela Stoyanova known as painter
  • Strahil Strahilov known as dresser
  • Shanes Strickland known as set
  • Vera Tileva known as painter
  • Ivan Todorov known as carpenter
  • Stefan Todorov known as carpenter
  • Todor Todorov known as assistant dresser
  • Stilen Totev known as painter
  • Todor Tunov known as carpenter
  • Todor Tunov known as standby dresser
  • Ilian Urumov known as shelby interior maker
  • Georgi Vasev known as painter
  • Mariana Videnova known as art department coordinator
  • Evgeni Vladimirov known as dresser
  • Amanda Ward known as assistant prop master
  • Dacho Yotov known as carpenter
  • Dancho Yotov known as painter
  • Todor Zarev known as assistant carpenter
  • Dimiter Zlatanov known as dresser
  • Dimitur Zlatev known as assistant carpenter


Production Companies:

  • After Dark Films (presents)
  • Dark Castle Entertainment (in association with)
  • After Dark Films
  • Signature Pictures (in association with)
  • Silver Reel (in association with)
  • Saints LA (uncredited)
  • thefyzz (in association with)

Other Companies:

  • Art Machine  poster design (uncredited)
  • Post Matters  post-production facilities
  • Siren Digital – Hollywood  digital intermediate


  • Interfilm Distribution (2013) (Kazakhstan) (theatrical)
  • Roadshow Films (2013) (Australia) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Entertainment (2013) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2013) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2013) (USA) (theatrical)
  • IM Global (2013) (worldwide) (all media) (sales)
  • Tanweer Films (2013) (Bangladesh) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2013) (Bhutan) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2013) (India) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2013) (Nepal) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2013) (Pakistan) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2013) (Sri Lanka) (all media)

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Special Effects:

  • Terminal FX (visual effects)

Visual Effects by:

  • Alejandro Agrasar known as visual effects supervisor
  • Raffaele Apuzzo known as visual effects producer
  • John Attard known as visual effects
  • Matteo Bacci known as 3d artist
  • Giulia Baldin known as concept artist
  • Giulia Baldin known as concept designer
  • Andrea Bassan known as graphic designer
  • Simone Bonanni known as digital compositor
  • Jeff Brue known as digital intermediate consultant
  • Emanuele Comotti known as lead compositor
  • Matteo Corbi known as visual effects supervisor
  • Rif Dagher known as visual effects co-producer
  • Rif Dagher known as visual effects supervisor
  • Amy G. Davis known as digital compositor
  • Marco Di Clemente known as visual effects coordinator
  • Stanislav Dragiev known as visual effects supervisor
  • Michael Eaves known as digital film colorist
  • Michele Fabbro known as effects technical director
  • Martin Fischer known as cg modeler
  • Gianfranco Gaioni known as digital compositor
  • Alessio Geraci known as 3d artist
  • Martin Geupel known as 3d artist
  • Martin Geupel known as CG dynamics
  • Cristiano Graziani known as digital compositor
  • Giuseppe Guzzardi known as 3d artist
  • Keith Hamilton known as senior matte painter
  • Daniel Hasenstaub known as conform artist
  • Charles Hildreth known as assistant conform artist
  • Giulia Infurna known as compositing supervisor
  • Kyle Dean Jackson known as digital intermediate producer
  • Zachary Kinney known as visual effects supervisor
  • Rocio Perez Lascano known as visual effects producer
  • Beatrice Lissoni known as lead designer
  • Gabriele Mambretti known as CG dynamics
  • Andrea Marotti known as visual effects producer
  • Jose David Guardado Marrtinez known as CG dynamics
  • Peter Marszalek known as 3d artist
  • Adrian Mirandeborde known as digital compositor
  • J.E. Moore known as digital intermediate producer
  • Victoria Moreno known as assistant conform artist
  • Carlo Orlandi known as digital compositor
  • Pietro Orlandi known as digital compositor
  • Massimiliano Pareschi known as visual effects supervisor
  • Jinseok Park known as 3D lead
  • Martin Pedreira known as digital compositor
  • Michael Plaengsken known as 3d artist
  • Jonathan Podwil known as digital matter painter
  • Kay Poprawe known as lighting technical director
  • Angela Rinaldi known as 3d artist
  • Luca Gabriele Rossetti known as matte painting supervisor
  • Nicola Rota known as digital compositor
  • Alexander Samouridis known as 3d animator
  • Jorge Sanchez known as compositor
  • Jorge Sanchez known as visual effects artist
  • Brian Shows known as visual effects producer
  • Yevgen Skorobogatko known as visual effects supervisor: Terminal Fx
  • Dane Allan Smith known as visual effects consultant
  • Dario Spinelli known as visual effects producer
  • Giuseppe Squillaci known as visual effects supervisor
  • Alessandro Tagliabue known as 3d artist
  • Alessandro Tagliabue known as digital compositor
  • Alessandro Tibiletti known as digital compositor
  • Carlo Tosi known as visual effects producer
  • Jean Daniel Zacharias known as visual effects producer
  • Andrea Zaffina known as 3D lead
  • Andrea Zimbaro known as digital compositor
  • Brian Jeremiah Smith known as visual effects artist (uncredited)

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for intense action, violence and mayhem throughout, some rude gestures, and language


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