Victor Frankenstein (2015)

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  • IMDb page: Victor Frankenstein (2015)
  • Rate: 6.4/10 total 1,899 votes
  • Genre: Drama | Horror | Sci-Fi
  • Release Date: 25 November 2015 (USA)
  • Runtime: 110 min
  • Filming Location: London, England, UK
  • Gross: $3,763,044 (USA) (30 November 2015)
  • Director: Paul McGuigan
  • Stars: Daniel Radcliffe, James McAvoy, Jessica Brown Findlay | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Craig Armstrong
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | Dolby Surround 7.1
  • Plot Keyword: Frankenstein | Experiment | Box Office Flop | Critically Bashed | Monster

Writing Credits By:

  • Max Landis (screenplay)
  • Max Landis (screen story)
  • Mary Shelley (novel “Frankenstein”)

Known Trivia

  • Rather than don a wig or grow his hair long (which would’ve taken too long), Daniel Radcliffe wore hair extensions for his role as Igor. Because of this choice, he had to suffer the look and wear them as his own hair throughout filming. 89 of 91 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Three cast members of Sherlock (2010) in this movie: Andrew Scott (Moriarty), Mark Gatiss (Mycroft Holmes) and Louise Brealey (Molly Hooper). Director Paul McGuigan also directed 4 episodes of the series. 69 of 71 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • )The mis-pronunciation of Frankenstein’s name is an allusion to a line from Young Frankenstein (1974). 35 of 35 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The “twist” that this movie puts on the classic tale is that it is told from Igor’s perspective. However, Igor doesn’t appear in the original novel “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley. 35 of 36 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Mark Gatiss, Andrew Scott and Louise Brealey also star together in Sherlock (2010), a show that is similarly based on classic Victorian literature. The titular star of Sherlock (2010), Benedict Cumberbatch, also played both Victor Frankenstein and his monster in Danny Boyle’s National Theatre production of ‘Frankenstein’ in 2011, alternating the roles nightly with ‘Johnny Lee Miller’, who also went on to portray Holmes in his own show, Elementary (2012). 27 of 29 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Filmed from November 2013 to March 2014, but no public screening until its release in late November 2015. 12 of 12 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Shawn Levy was originally set to direct but backed out. 15 of 16 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The last major Frankenstein film was Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1994), which featured Kenneth Branagh, John Cleese, Robert Hardy and Helena Bonham Carter, all of whom appeared with Daniel Radcliffe in the Harry Potter films. 11 of 13 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Victor Frankenstein is revealed to have had a brother named Henry. In Frankenstein (1931), the main character as played by Colin Clive was named “Henry Frankenstein” instead of “Victor Frankenstein”. 8 of 9 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • One of the character’s names in this new version of the story is “Dr. Clive.” In Frankenstein (1931), Dr. Frankenstein was played by Colin Clive. 8 of 10 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |

Plot: Told from Igor’s perspective, we see the troubled young assistant’s dark origins, his redemptive friendship with the young medical student Viktor Von Frankenstein, and become eyewitnesses to the emergence of how Frankenstein became the man – and the legend – we know today. Full summary »  »

Story: James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe star in a dynamic and thrilling twist on a legendary tale. Radical scientist Victor Frankenstein (McAvoy) and his equally brilliant protégé Igor Strausman (Radcliffe) share a noble vision of aiding humanity through their groundbreaking research into immortality. But Victor’s experiments go too far, and his obsession has horrifying consequences. Only Igor can bring his friend back from the brink of madness and save him from his monstrous creation. Written by20th Century Fox


Synopsis: Before meeting Dr. Victor Frankenstein, then-nameless hunchback Igor (Daniel Radcliffe) worked as a circus clown known as Felix the Clown, and as physician for a traveling circus. Due to his hunchback, everyone treats him poorly, but Igor is very smart and draws beautifully detailed pictures of human anatomy in his spare time. While performing in London, an aerialist named Lorelai (Jessica Brown Findlay) falls from her trapeze. Victor and Igor rush to her aid, and Igor impresses the doctor by saving Lorelei’s life. That night the circus owner locks Igor in a cage for drawing portraits of himself and Victor. Victor liberates Igor, and most of the circus performers chase them. One dies in the melee. Back at his townhouse/laboratory, Victor deduces that the hunch on Igor’s back is a cyst. He drains it and puts Igor in a harness to correct his posture: Igor can stand for the first time in his life. Victor descends to his basement laboratory, leaving Igor to clean himself up.

The next morning Inspector Turpin (Andrew Scott) and his colleague Alistair investigate the murder of the circus worker. Turpin discovers Igors sketches and a bag that Victor dropped the night before: it contains a lions paw. Turpin turns the sketches into wanted posters: the men are wanted for murder. Turpin tells Alistair he believes neither Igor nor Victor killed the circus performer. However, over the past several months, a mysterious man matching Victor’s description has been buying and stealing animals parts all over London. Turpin, a devout man, believes Victor is up to something blasphemous.

Later, Igor finds the hospital where Lorelei was taken. He pays a maid to look after Lorelei. On his way back to Victors townhouse, he sees the wanted posters and panics. When Victor returns home from college, he assures Igor that the authorities are looking for a hunchbacked clown, not the new Igor. Victor tells Igor his life’s work is to reverse death’s permanence. He shows Igor his latest experiment: the eyes of a man who died months ago. By preserving the eyes in a conductive liquid and attaching them to electric wires, he can reanimate them by flipping a switch. The eyes come to life, and Igor corrects a mistake Victor made. Victor is impressed and grateful.

Victor and Igor embark on reanimating different organs: lungs, a heart, etcetera. Weeks pass, and Lorelei finds a benefactor, so her life also improves. After Igor reanimates a pair of lungs, Victor takes him to a high-society soiree. Victor becomes drunk and makes a nuisance of himself with his friends. Igor sees Lorelei. At first she does not recognize him, but when she does, she greets him warmly. She now masquerades as the mistress of a gay baron. Victor interrupts their reunion and behaves rudely towards Lorelei. Although he intrigues her by talking about the reversal of death, she much prefers Igor. At the end of the night, Victor warns Igor about becoming too close to Lorelei, calling her a distraction.

Soon thereafter, Victor takes Igor into his basement laboratory and shows him Gordon: the corpse of a gruesome chimpanzee-hybrid, made up parts he stole or purchased from zoos. Thanks to Igor’s innovations, Victor now believes he can reanimate Gordon by charging him with electricity. Igor’s confusion turns to absolute shock when Victor shocks Gordon and brings the creature back to life. The next day, Victor presents Gordon and his experiment to at his college. Few people attend the lecture, and the audience includes Lorelei (whom Igor invited) and Finnegan (Freddie Fox), Victors snobbish wealthy classmate. Initially, Victor cannot resuscitate Gordon, much to Finnegan’s sneering delight. Lorelei looks disgusted by the proceedings.

When Victor beats his equipment, however, the machinery shocks Gordon again, reviving him. Gordon goes berserk and tries to attack Igor and Lorelei. He escapes the classroom, so Igor chases him through the building. Eventually Igor corners Gordon in a stairwell, and when the two topple over the banister, they also plummet to their deaths. Victor finds them and pulls them to safety, though. At Igor’s existence, he crushes Gordon’s head, ending his second life. Later, Turpin arrives at the college to inspect the damage Gordon inflicted. Finnegan visits Victor and Igor at Victors townhouse. He commissions them to resurrect a human. Igor wants nothing to do with Finnegan, but Victor overrules him. Later, Turpin and Alistair pay them a visit. Turpin takes Victor to task for his experiment with Gordon. He wants to search the doctors home, but Victor tells him to get a legal warrant. Turpin and Victor clash over God and religion — Victor disdains Turpin’s Christianity — and part on very bad terms.

The next day, Igor meets Lorelei for a walk through the bustling streets of London. She tells him how uneasy Victors experiments make her: she believes Victor goes too far. Igor finds it difficult to chastise Victor because he believes he owes everything he has become to the doctor. Lorelei disagrees; Igor has always been kind and brilliant. Igor agrees he will speak to Victor. When he returns to the townhouse, he meets Mr. Frankenstein (Charles Dance), the doctors father. Mr. Frankenstein has come to inform his son that he has been expelled from the college. Igor overhears him tell Victor that now he has ruined his own life as opposed to that of his brother. Mr. Frankenstein’s insults devastate Victor, and Igor decided not to voice his concerns. Instead, he snaps Victor out of his melancholy by pointing out that his sketches of Prometheus (the reanimated corpse) are too small. In order to make a reanimated body that can sustain a charge, they need to build a very large human. Victors enthusiasm returns. He and Igor believe that if they put two hearts and two sets of lungs into Prometheus and revive him via lightning, they could reanimate him. Igor sees Victors pocket watch and asks if it belonged to someone he loved.

Victor and Igor work feverishly on building Prometheus. One night Igor goes to a dance with Lorelei. They have a wonderful time, and she takes him upstairs for some privacy. They spend the night together. Meanwhile, Turpin’s rage towards Victor grows. The following morning, when Igor returns from Lorelei’s party, he finds Turpin and a gang of policemen trying to break down the front door of Victor’s townhouse. Igor sneaks and side and tells Victor they need to run. Victor has sent for one of Finnegan’s carriages, but he wants to destroy his machines before they leave. Turpin sneaks in behind Igor and pulls a gun on the two men. Victor manages to knock him into one of his machines, and Turpin screams in agony as his hand is caught in a heavy gear. Victor and Igor escape through an underground passage and flee in Finnegan’s carriage. Turpin bursts from Victors house, having lost his hand and an eye, just in time to see the Finnegan family crest on the carriage.

Finnegan doesn’t seem to mind that Victor and Igor are wanted by the police. He sends them to his family’s castle in Scotland. When Igor refuses to go, Victor turns on him. He insults Igor, claiming Igor will never be accepted by society on his own. As Igor watches his former mentor leave, Finnegan’s men sneak up behind him. They throw a bag over his head and bind his hands and legs. Finnegan has them throw Igor off of Westminster Bridge, explaining that he wants his family to control Victor’s life-giving technology. He needs to clean up loose ends. Igor manages to untie his feet and swim to the surface. He goes to Lorelei, who nurses him back to health. After he recovers, Igor realizes he has Victor’s watch. Victor told Igor that, as a child, he and his older brother went outside to play in the snow. A blizzard blew in without warning, and his brother Henry died. Victor has always felt responsible for taking his brother’s life. Igor decides to go to Scotland to stop Victor’s experiment, and Lorelei insists upon traveling with him.

When Igor and Lorelei arrive at Finnegan’s isolated castle, they encounter an army of guards. Lorelei distracts them while Igor sneaks past them. When Lorelei tries to leave, Turpin materializes out of nowhere. He didn’t have a warrant to search Victor’s home and was fired. He is desperate to stop Victors Satanic work. Inside the castle, Victor and Finnegan prepare for Prometheus’s resurrection. A lightning storm brews and they have strapped the body into a cage attached to electrical wires. When Igor tries to stop Victor, Victor dismisses him. Turpin also manages to sneak into the castle in time to see lightning strike the body. Slowly, but unmistakably, the chest rises and falls. Finnegan and Victor rejoice, but when more lightning strikes the tower, the machinery explodes. Finnegan falls to his death.

Turpin draws a gun on Victor, but both men are distracted when they realize Prometheus’s cage is empty. Victor declares that there is no God, only man. Victor, Turpin, and Igor see Prometheus standing across the tower. Victor runs over to it while Turpin threatens to shoot. The creature moves slowly and does not react to Victor. The doctor quickly realizes what a mistake he has made: he has not created life at all. Turpin shoots Prometheus, and it attacks Victor in a rage. When Turpin continues to shoot Prometheus, it kills him. Igor jumps into the fray and stabs Prometheus through the heart with a spike. The creature collapses, but Victor reminds Igor that Prometheus has two hearts. It roars back to life just as Igor stabs its second heart. Igor collapses out of exhaustion. When he awakens the next morning, Lorelei stands over him. She has a letter from Victor. Victor figures that Igor has had enough of him. He apologizes for being cruel to Igor but also calls Igor his finest creation. Lorelei and Igor embrace. Somewhere in the Scottish countryside, Victor sets out on a new adventure.

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Produced By:

  • Mairi Bett known as co-producer
  • Derek Dauchy known as executive producer
  • John Davis known as producer
  • Brittany Morrissey known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Daniel Radcliffe known as Igor
  • Jessica Brown Findlay known as Lorelei
  • Bronson Webb known as Rafferty
  • James McAvoy known as Victor Frankenstein
  • Daniel Mays known as Barnaby
  • Spencer Wilding known as Nathaniel / Prometheus 2
  • Robin Pearce known as Baron Bomine
  • Andrew Scott known as Inspector Turpin
  • Callum Turner known as Alistair
  • Di Botcher known as Older Nun
  • Eve Ponsonby known as Orderly
  • Will Keen known as Surgeon
  • Louise Brealey known as Sexy Society Girl
  • Nicola Sloane known as Housekeeper
  • Freddie Fox known as Finnegan
  • Charles Dance known as Frankenstein
  • Alistair Petrie known as Chief Inspector
  • Neil Bell known as Huntsman
  • Mark Gatiss known as Dettweiler
  • Guillaume Delaunay known as Pometheus 1
  • Francesca Bennett known as Circus Audience (uncredited)
  • Sal Bolton known as Sick Patient / Circus Attendee (uncredited)
  • Adam Bond known as Surgical Student (uncredited)
  • Will Chambers known as Street Trader (uncredited)
  • Tiago Alexandre Fonseca known as Circus Clown (uncredited)
  • Robert J. Fraser known as Livery Man (uncredited)
  • Craig Goult known as Circus Worker (uncredited)
  • Ant Henson known as Medical Student (uncredited)
  • Laura Holland known as Lady at Roulette Table (uncredited)
  • Ashley Hudson known as Lab Tech (uncredited)
  • Bron James known as Doctor (uncredited)
  • Kieran Jones known as Circus Performer (uncredited)
  • Valene Kane known as Mrs. Winthrop (uncredited)
  • Attila G. Kerekes known as Scientist (uncredited)
  • Chris Marchant known as Lab Technician (uncredited)
  • Barrie Martin known as Huntsman (uncredited)
  • Henry McCook known as Policeman (uncredited)
  • Rita McDonald Damper known as Sick Patient (uncredited)
  • Matthew John Morley known as Circus Worker (uncredited)
  • Marc Alan Nicholson known as Wealthy Business Man (uncredited)
  • Yves O’Hara known as Circus Worker (uncredited)
  • Adrian Palmer known as Livery Man (uncredited)
  • Alida Pantone known as Circus Equine Girl (uncredited)
  • Cera Rose Pickering known as Lorelei’s Maid (uncredited)
  • Andrew James Porter known as Waiter (uncredited)
  • James Michael Rankin known as Circus Worker / Firebreather (uncredited)
  • Adam Roberts known as Policeman (uncredited)
  • Gemma Rourke known as Circus Audience (uncredited)
  • Edmund Sage-Green known as Surgical Student (uncredited)
  • Steve Saunders known as Lower Class Male (uncredited)
  • Adrian Schiller known as Dr. Clive (uncredited)
  • Arti Shah known as Circus Performer (uncredited)
  • Drew Sheridan-Wheeler known as Eli Miller (uncredited)
  • Sipei Benson known as Circus Worker (uncredited)
  • David Swift known as Bicycle Salesman (uncredited)
  • Jonathan Taylor known as Londoner (uncredited)
  • Georgie-May Tearle known as Passerby (uncredited)
  • Matt Tyzack known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Caroline Vella known as Poor Woman on Street (uncredited)
  • Craig Walters known as Assistant Rat Catcher (uncredited)
  • Rufus White known as Birdyman (uncredited)
  • Suzanne Williams known as Woman in Casino (uncredited)
  • Patricia Winker known as Passerby (uncredited)
  • Christian Wolf-La’Moy known as Gentleman in Casino (uncredited)

..{tab=Supporting Department}Makeup Department:

  • Nicola Buck known as crowd make up artist
  • Helena Card known as junior makeup and hair artist
  • Karen Cohen known as make up & hair supervisor
  • John Eldred-Tooby known as prosthetics mould-maker
  • Dan Frye known as special makeup effects artist
  • Richard Glass known as contact lens optician
  • Neill Gorton known as prosthetics makeup designer
  • Frances Hannon known as make up and hair designer
  • Nicky Knowles known as makeup artist
  • Chris Lyons known as special effects teeth
  • David Malinowski known as special make up effects: hair punching
  • Ray Marston known as wig maker
  • Emma Mash known as hair and makeup artist main team
  • Claire Matthews known as Crowd Make up artist
  • Rob Mayor known as prosthetics makeup designer
  • Sian Miller known as additional hair stylist (as Sian Turner)
  • Sian Miller known as additional makeup artist (as Sian Turner)
  • Jose Mora-Perez known as special makeup effects artist
  • Nicola Mount known as hair & make up
  • Nicola Mount known as hair stylist
  • Belinda Parish known as key make up & hair
  • Jemma Scott-Knox-Gore known as contact lens coordinator
  • Loulia Sheppard known as hair stylist
  • Leon Smikle known as prosthetic lab technician
  • Matthew Smith known as prosthetic makeup artist
  • Malwina Suwinska known as hair stylist
  • Malwina Suwinska known as makeup artist
  • Barbara Taylor known as crowd hair & make-up

Art Department:

  • Maudie Andrews known as production buyer
  • Emily Bick known as prop maker
  • Christopher Chandler known as chargehand dressing prop
  • Dan Chater known as modelmaker: dailes
  • Po Sing Chu known as concept artist
  • Jason T. Clark known as researcher
  • Rachel Corbould known as assistant buyer: art department
  • Oliver Cubbage known as concept artist
  • Garry Dawson known as prop storeman
  • Jonas De Ro known as concept artist
  • Jonathan Downing known as assistant set decorator
  • Jonathan Downing known as assistant set decorator: art department
  • Fiona Gourlay known as prop maker
  • Muffin Green known as property master
  • Matt Hancock known as set dresser (dailies)
  • Richard Hardy known as draughtsman
  • Patrick Harris known as assistant art director
  • Rohan Harris known as scenic artist
  • Darren Hayward known as chargehand carpenter
  • Justin Hayzelden known as chargehand dressing props
  • Neil Hornshaw known as Tent Advisor/Daily props
  • Neil Hornshaw known as tentmaster
  • Douglas Ingram known as storyboard artist
  • Ben Johnson known as assistant property master
  • Dan Johnson known as set dresser
  • Josh Jones known as standby carpenter
  • Fabian Lacey known as conceptual illustrator
  • Andrew H. Leung known as concept artist
  • Tony Marks known as carpenter
  • Alicia Grace Martin known as assistant graphics designer
  • Rob McCallum known as storyboard artist
  • Scott McInnes known as concept artist
  • Ryan McPhail known as painter
  • Amy Merry known as graphic designer
  • Nadia Mogilev known as concept artist
  • James Morrall known as art director: set dressing
  • Chris Peters known as junior draughtsman
  • Richard Preston known as prop trainee
  • Catriona Rings known as prop making coordinator
  • Steve Ritchie known as stand-by art director
  • Malcolm Roberts known as construction coordinator
  • Lisa Royle known as model maker
  • Matt Sharp known as art department assistant
  • Mark Smith known as dressing propman
  • Mark Smith known as stand-by props
  • Julian Walker known as decor and lettering artist
  • Brigitte Ward-Holmes known as production buyer
  • Andy Watson known as draughtsman: dailies
  • Matt Wyles known as standy props
  • Ciara Mcavoy known as poster artist (uncredited)
  • Scott A. Riley known as props (uncredited)


Production Companies:

  • Davis Entertainment (as Davis Entertainment Company)
  • TSG Entertainment (made in association with)
  • Moving Picture Company (MPC)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

Other Companies:

  • ARRI Lighting Rental  lighting supplied by
  • ARRI Media  camera and grip equipment provided by
  • Above the Line Set Assistance & Security  security
  • Casting Collective  extras casting
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies (uncredited)
  • De Lane Lea  ADR recording
  • Fox Film Music  soundtrack
  • Hamilton Ice Sculptors  ice sculpture
  • Hurwitz Creative  Electronic Press Kit
  • Intelligent Media  international monitoring agency
  • La-La Land Records  soundtrack
  • Mediacom 24-7  travel and accommodation
  • Molinare Studio  post-production
  • Motion Picture Merchandise (MPM)  stunt crew merchandise (uncredited)
  • PIC Agency  titles and graphic sequences
  • Production Copier Company  production equipment and services
  • Propshop  prop makers
  • Scarlet Letters  end title crawl by
  • Sky Media Travel  travel agent
  • Twickenham Studios  sound stages

Additional Details


  • 20th Century Fox Netherlands (2015) (Netherlands) (theatrical) (through Warner Bros.)
  • 20th Century Fox (2015) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox (2015) (France) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox (2015) (UK) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox (2015) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox de Argentina (2015) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox de Chile (2015) (Chile) (theatrical)
  • Big Picture 2 Films (2015) (Portugal) (theatrical)
  • Cocinsa (2015) (Nicaragua) (theatrical)
  • Twentieth Century Fox C.I.S. (2015) (Armenia) (theatrical)
  • Twentieth Century Fox C.I.S. (2015) (Azerbaijan) (theatrical)
  • Twentieth Century Fox C.I.S. (2015) (Belarus) (theatrical)
  • Twentieth Century Fox C.I.S. (2015) (Kazakhstan) (theatrical)
  • Twentieth Century Fox C.I.S. (2015) (Russia) (theatrical)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (2015) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. F.E. (2015) (Philippines) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2015) (Netherlands) (theatrical) (through)
  • Westec Media Limited (2015) (Cambodia) (theatrical)

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Special Effects:

  • Millennium FX
  • Moving Picture Company (MPC)
  • Nvizible (visual effects)
  • Peerless Camera Company
  • ReelEye Company (special effect contact lenses)
  • Senate Visual Effects, The (Visual Effects)

Visual Effects by:

  • Illia Afanasiev known as senior compositor: MPC
  • Khalid Almeerani known as Visual Effects Artist
  • Kapil Dev Anand known as Assets Lead: MPC
  • Andreas Andersson known as digital compositor
  • Ryan Arcus known as lead layout technical director
  • Katrin Arndt known as visual effects producer: Nvizible
  • Mathieu Assemat known as head of techanim
  • Tom Balogh known as visual effects editor
  • Samantha Banack known as production manager: MPC
  • Michael Becki known as head of layout montreal: MPC
  • Angus Bickerton known as visual effects supervisor
  • Moti Biran known as digital compositor
  • Julien Bolbach known as CG Supervisor – MPC
  • Bertrand Breuze known as 2d supervisor
  • Gossart Brian known as visual effects artist
  • Adam Broderick known as digital compositor
  • Conor Byrne known as previz editor
  • Mark Carr known as visual effects editor
  • Marie Castrie known as visual effects coordinator
  • Pierre Cataford known as visual effects artist
  • Gordon Champ known as digital artist: previs
  • Kirk Chantraine known as lead software engineer: MPC
  • Jane Chen known as environment artist
  • Sam Churchill known as visual effects artist
  • Adam Coglan known as previs artist
  • Dan Cregan known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Glenn Curry known as visual effects artist
  • Andrea D’Amico known as visual effects producer MPC
  • Stanley A. Dellimore known as global head of layout: MPC
  • Nicolas Desmet known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Valeria di Gabriele known as visual effects coordinator
  • Craig Dibble known as lead render systems engineer: MPC
  • Francesc Donaire known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Kristen Drewski known as techanim dept manager
  • Sean Dsouza known as lighting technical director
  • Zach du Toit known as visual effects artist
  • Jason Evans known as digital compositor
  • Amanda Farinos known as fx department coordinator: MPC
  • Charles-e Farkas known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Antonin Fisette known as visual effects artist: MPC
  • Ben Fleming known as Digital Artist – The Senate VFX
  • Marco Foglia known as animation supervisor: MPC
  • James Fouche known as visual effects lead coordinator
  • Wes Franklin known as lighting lead
  • Jorge Sanchez Fresno known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Omar García known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Ales Gargulak known as digital compositor
  • Hayley Garwood known as visual effects production assistant
  • Cosmin Ghiga known as matte painting td: MPC
  • Claudio Gonzalez known as lead character td
  • Héctor González known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Alexandre Gény known as lead compositor
  • Thierry Hamel known as environment td: MPC
  • Alberto Herrera known as visual effects coordinator
  • Jeremy Hey known as digital compositor
  • Danny Huerta known as visual effects production manager
  • Andrew Hutton known as visual effects artist
  • Nile Hylton known as lead crowd technical director: MPC
  • Jonathan Jobin known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Kenn Hedin Kalvik known as digital compositor
  • Ravi Krishna Kasumarthy known as roto and paint artist
  • Ciarán Keenan known as visual effects line producer: Nvizible
  • Erika Khanna known as visual effects coordinator
  • Andrew Kowbell known as lead roto/prep artist: MPC
  • Loic Laurelut known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Adam Lawrence known as visual effects coordinator
  • Sylvain Lorgeou known as matte painter
  • Mickaël Léger known as digital compositor
  • Hugh Macdonald known as visual effects supervisor: Nvizible
  • James Mann known as production support: MPC
  • Reuben Montgomery known as roto & prep artist
  • Daniel Moore known as visual effects photographer: MPC
  • Atyeb Muneer known as Digital Artist – The Senate VFX
  • Sarah Neveu known as matte painter
  • Trong Khoa Nguyen known as digital artist
  • Steven O’Connor known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Alok Ogale known as visual effects artist
  • Sona Pak known as visual effects producer
  • Christian Paradis known as Lookdev & Lighting Lead: MPC
  • Foram Pardiwala known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Jim Parsons known as senior compositor
  • Louis Paré known as CG supervisor: MPC
  • Cara Payne known as vfx dept manager
  • Karen Payne known as visual effects coordinator
  • Matt Perrin known as previsualization supervisor
  • Ryan Prestridge known as lead 3d-digital matte painter: MPC
  • Simon Priestman known as elements director of photography
  • Simon-Pierre Puech known as digital compositor
  • Christopher Raiche known as visual effects editor: MPC
  • Velmurugan Rajamani known as visual effects artist
  • Laurent Reynaud known as compositor: mpc
  • Federico Rivia known as cg artist
  • Javier Roca known as lead compositor
  • Matt Rock known as production support
  • Rogelio Rodriguez known as layout artist
  • Diana Roldan known as visual effects production assistant: MPC
  • Michael Rouayroux known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Gonzalo Sanchez known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Federico Scarbini known as asset lead: MPC
  • Rebecca Scott known as visual effects production manager: MPC
  • Anik Seguin known as visual effects editor
  • Swain Shiv known as asset lead
  • Asa Shoul known as digital colourist
  • Frederic Simard known as lighting/lookdev
  • Sam Spacey known as VFX Producer: The Senate VFX
  • Laurent Srey known as lead compositor
  • Pascale St-Pierre known as matte painter: mpc
  • Marc Stevenson known as previs artist
  • Praveen Subbaraman known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Filip Sustek known as senior compositor: MPC
  • Maxx Taga known as digital compositor
  • Terry Thompson known as effects technical director: MPC
  • Paul Tuersley known as digital artist: in-house
  • Jozef van Eenbergen known as software developer: MPC
  • Nicky Walsh known as Lead Data Wrangler
  • Gongjin Wang known as matte painter: MPC
  • Martin Waters known as cg supervisor (The Senate VFX)
  • Chris Wilson known as visual effects coordinator: Peerless
  • Stephen T.Y. Wong known as senior compositor: MPC
  • Jamie Wood known as head of 2d: Nvizible
  • William G. Wright known as digital compositor
  • Hasan Sedat Yildiz known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Rob Zeigler known as vfx editor – MPC
  • Thomas Buckingham known as render/data support: MPC (uncredited)
  • Juan Francisco Calero known as digital compositor: MPC (uncredited)
  • Rob Hill known as vfx pulls (uncredited)

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for macabre images, violence and a sequence of destruction


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