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The Green Hornet (2011)

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  • Genre: Action | Comedy | Crime | Thriller
  • Release Date: 14 January 2011 (USA)
  • Runtime: USA:119 min
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  • IMDb page: The Green Hornet (2011)
  • Rate: 6.0/10 total 68,866 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Comedy | Crime | Thriller
  • Release Date: 14 January 2011 (USA)
  • Runtime: USA:119 min
  • Filming Location: 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Century City, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Budget: $120,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $98,780,042(USA)(17 April 2011)
  • Director: Michel Gondry
  • Stars: Seth Rogen, Jay Chou and Christoph Waltz
  • Original Music By: James Newton Howard   
  • Soundtrack: Red Death At 6:14
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | SDDS | DTS
  • Plot Keyword: Kato | Kung Fu | Superhero | Heir | Chauffeur

Writing Credits By:

  • Seth Rogen (written by) &
  • Evan Goldberg (written by)
  • George W. Trendle (radio series "The Green Hornet")

Known Trivia

  • After the rights to The Green Hornet property were purchased by Miramax in 2001, Kevin Smith was attached to write and direct the film in 2004, with Jake Gyllenhaal set to star alongside a female Kato. However, Smith pulled out of directing due to an insecurity of directing something with such a larger budget than he was used to. He stayed on as writer and wrote two drafts, but with no further progress with the script, the rights were let go and purchased by Columbia Pictures. Then, coincidentally, his Zack and Miri Make a Porno star, Seth Rogen, became attached to star and write the screenplay. Smith’s screenplay, however, would resurface later in the form of a comic book miniseries.
  • Seth Rogen shed 30 pounds to play the titular role.
  • In late 2008, Stephen Chow was set to direct and co-star as Kato. However, creative differences prevented him from doing so although, for a while, it seemed he was still set to play Kato when Michel Gondry became attached. Seth Rogen stated the reason for Chow’s departure was that the director wanted Kato to implant Britt with a microchip and control him with a joystick, something Rogen wasn’t keen on.
  • The film’s release date was originally the day that an adaptation of another emerald hero was to be released, Green Lantern.
  • Nicolas Cage was initially cast as Chudnofsky, but dropped out. He intended to play the role with a Jamaican accent, much to director Michel Gondry’s dismay.
  • ‘The Green Hornet’ was originally a radio show, first broadcast in 1936 and running to 1952. Although there were two serials in the 1940s (13 and 15 chapters, respectively), the last six chapters of the first one re-edited into a 100-minute feature and several episodes of the 1966 TV series were edited together into a pair of 90-minute films, this is the first original feature-length Hollywood treatment of the costumed hero.
  • James Wan was considered to direct before Michel Gondry came aboard.
  • A poster for The Lone Ranger can be seen in Britt Reid’s room. In the original radio program, Reid was the The Lone Ranger’s grandnephew. His father rode with The Lone Ranger on some of his adventures and they shared the family name of Reid. Both radio programs were created by George W. Trendle and Fran Striker.
  • Abbie Cornish was in early talks to play Lenore.
  • Jay Chou improvised the “I don’t want to touch you” line seen in the trailer.

Goofs: Continuity: In the scene on the roof where Chudnofsky is telling Popeye about his new name "Bloodnofsky," in one view there is a tree directly behind Popeye. When the camera position changes, the tree disappears, and then reappears later, several time.

Plot: Following the death of his father, Britt Reid, heir to his father's large company, teams up with his late dad's assistant Kato to become a masked crime fighting team. Full summary »  »

Story: Playboy Britt Reid (Seth Rogen) becomes the new publisher of Los Angeles' "The Daily Sentinel" after the sudden death of his father. Britt's party life is about to change when he and his driver and kung fu expert, Kato (Jay Chou), stop a robbery. With the help of Kato, Britt starts a new career of fighting crime as the masked superhero "The Green Hornet".Written by Douglas Young (the-movie-guy)  

Synopsis

Synopsis: Britt Reid (Seth Rogen) is the son of LA’s most prominent and respected media magnate and perfectly happy to maintain a directionless existence on the party scene until his father James Reid (Tom Wilkinson) mysteriously dies, leaving Britt his vast media empire. Britt knows next to nothing about his father’s newspapers or background, and without his father finds himself at a loss with the newspapers’ employees, meetings, or even how to manage his own goals. After firing almost all his father’s personal servants in the house, he eventually recalls one that he only knows as having been responsible for making his coffee, Kato (Jay Chou). For the newspaper, he hires a new secretary named Lenore Case (Cameron Diaz).

The industrious and inventive Kato had long been working on the prized cars James owed and his son converted. Finding their love of cars a common ground, the two begin an unlikely friendship. Both agreeing that James had been a man of harsh temper, Britt decides to do something impulsive and settles on decapitating a public statue of his father. With Kato hidden in a car and Britt himself masked with a green cloth, he succeeds, but spots a street robbery taking place. Britt tries to help the victims but finds himself overwhelmed, and Kato sees his employer fleeing from several armed men. Kato quickly analyzes the situation, fights them off and drives a very impressed Britt home. With the incident they see their chance to do something meaningful for the first time in their lives: fight crime.

Britt takes a leading role because of his bolder personality, and the two agree that to get close to the criminals they’ll pose as criminals themselves. This way, their enemies would be less likely to suspect their identities or try using hostages to take advantage. Kato, using all his ingenuity and skill, builds advanced retro weaponry including his pride ‘Black Beauty’, an indestructible car equal parts firepower and horsepower. To spread their fame, Britt leaves the criminals he meets a business card with an email to contact who the press had dubbed ‘The Green Hornet’, a name Kato had suggested in a meeting with Britt’s top press executives. To get an idea of plans and keeping their criminal cover, Britt tells Lenore to research and predict the Green Hornet’s criminal behaviours, he himself uses his newspaper to spread news of the infamous new criminal.

Protecting the law by breaking it, Britt becomes the vigilante the Green Hornet as he and Kato hit the streets. Rolling in a mobile fortress on wheels and striking the bad guys with Kato’s clever gadgets, the Green Hornet and Kato quickly start making a name for themselves, but tensions soon arise between the pair. Kato is tired of being ignored in the media and being dismissed as the ‘nameless thug’, and Britt’s obsession with his leading role causes him to belittle and mock Kato as the weaker sidekick. As the two grow fonder of Lenore, tensions erupts into a fight that nearly ends with Kato’s death, and his dismissal from Britt’s employ. Kato finds no sympathy from Lenore, who has also been fired by Britt due to his suspicions about an affair between her and Kato.

Without his usual support, Britt starts to associate with the runner up for District Attorney, Scalon (David Harbour), a man who had indicated he wanted control of Britt’s newspaper in exchange for ‘compensation’. Scalon’s uncompromising stance clashes with Britt’s temper, and the two leave each other in a rage. Lenore however believes that journalism is all about hearing all sides, so Britt eventually agrees to meet up with Scalon. What he doesn’t know is that an email had been sent to the Green Hornet, and Kato sees that the vigilante had been hired to kill Britt Reid publicly in a restaurant.

At the restaurant, Scalon tells Britt about his plans to control the media and become D.A, finally admitting that he had been responsible for James’ death. Britt shows him a USB he had used to record the entire conversation, but Scalon is unmoved. As it turns out, Kato in his masked persona had arrived to the restaurant and met with Benjamin Chudnofsky (Christoph Waltz), the man who controls LA’s gritty underworld, and the one who had had hired him for the assassination. Kato appears in the restaurant and points a gun at Britt’s head, scaring the other customers away, but for once Britt does not act recklessly in a tense situation. Finally apologizing for his behaviour to the other man, Britt convinces Kato of his sincerity, and the two turn against Scalon before Chudnofsky’s men appear. The two escape together, and Chudnofsky realizes that Britt himself is the Green Hornet. With Scalon and many other gang members, they all set out in pursuit of the Black Beauty.

Inside the Black Beauty, Britt assumes his Green Hornet identity while Kato heads for the newspaper offices, intending to upload the recording of Scalon’s confession to the public. Chased on all sides by Chudnofsky’s men who all had their own cars and guns, Black Beauty receives a beating but takes the two vigilantes safely to the office, where things descended into chaos as the remaining employees and most of the building’s structure and machines get in the way of Black Beauty, Chudnofsky’s men, and the police that eventually arrive to the scene. When they finally reach Britt’s office, Kato holds off their enemies while Britt tries to upload the data. To his horror, there is no recorded data to be uploaded. He does not stay still for long, after seeing Chudnofsky holding Kato at gunpoint, Britt takes up Kato’s mentioned training and clearly analyzes the situation before rushing in to help. Though unable to incapitate Chudnofsky he does take several mobsters out of commission, and in the distraction Kato blinds Chudnofsky. Before they could take care of Scalon, the police arrives, and Scalon quickly identifies himself and tells them to shoot the vigilantes.

Unwilling to let Scalon escape and let their identities be exposed, the Green Hornet chooses to flee the scene, but not without taking Scalon down. Crashing what remained of the Black Beauty into Scalon and out the window, Britt and Kato escape through the injecter seats that, amusingly enough, Britt once jokingly suggested Kato make. Their escape is not completely smooth, for Britt had taken a bullet wound and is unable to go to the hospital without arousing suspicion, so they head to Lenore’s home. After beating and pepper-spraying them, Lenore learns their identities and tries to help remove the bullet, but without proper equipment Britt is wary of the procedure. Together, the three of them hatch a plan.

The next day, Britt Reid holds a press conference, claiming that the criminal Green Hornet had destroyed the office in his successful attempt to take Scalon’s life. Black Beauty suddenly bursts into the area and a masked Kato announces that the Green Hornet sends the Reid family his regards, before shooting Britt and fleeing the scene. Lenore accompanies Britt to the hospital to treat his bullet wound, while a police car chases after the Green Hornet’s infamous black car. Kato’s latest innovation is revealled as the car switches to a white colour to throw off police suspicion, before returning to a black colour once the police car passed.

Sometime later, Britt, in his Green Hornet outfit, arrives at Kato’s house saying that they have a secret mission and that everything before was total crap, and that this mission was all that mattered.

The mission: reattaching the head to the statue of James Reid.

 

FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Raffi Adlan known as co-producer
  • Todd Cogan known as stereoscopic executive producer: Venture 3D
  • Evan Goldberg known as executive producer
  • Michael Grillo known as executive producer
  • Ori Marmur known as executive producer
  • Neal H. Moritz known as producer
  • Lisa Rodgers known as associate producer
  • Seth Rogen known as executive producer
  • Leeann Stonebreaker known as associate producer
  • George W. Trendle Jr. known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Seth Rogen known as Britt Reid / The Green Hornet
  • Jay Chou known as Kato
  • Cameron Diaz known as Lenore Case
  • Tom Wilkinson known as James Reid
  • Christoph Waltz known as Chudnofsky
  • David Harbour known as D.A. Frank Scanlon
  • Edward James Olmos known as Mike Axford
  • Jamie Harris known as Popeye
  • Chad Coleman known as Chili
  • Edward Furlong known as Tupper
  • Jill Remez known as Daily Sentinel Reporter
  • Joe O'Connor known as Daily Sentinel Reporter
  • Morgan Rusler known as Daily Sentinel Reporter
  • Joshua Erenberg known as Young Britt (as Joshua Chandler Erenberg)
  • Analeigh Tipton known as Ana Lee
  • Taylor Cole known as Limo Girl
  • Robert Clotworthy known as Politician
  • Jamison Yang known as City Hall Reporter
  • Michael Holden known as Funeral Businessman
  • Irene White known as Maid
  • Gary Davis known as Police Officer
  • Billy Mayo known as Police Officer
  • Brandon Rudat known as TV Anchor
  • Beverly Brooks known as TV Anchor
  • Lu Parker known as TV Anchor
  • Diane Mizota known as TV Reporter (Reid Estate)
  • Theodore Bressman known as Daniel Vertlieb / Dead Reporter
  • Dave Rickley known as Archive Reporter
  • Dina Mamedova known as Russian Aftermath Reporter
  • Tanner Gill known as SWAT Leader
  • George Fisher known as Chauffeur
  • Daniel Arrias known as Drug Dealer
  • Eddie Perez known as Drug Dealer
  • Bryan Thompson known as Crackhead
  • Reuben Langdon known as Crackhead
  • Ameer Alexander known as Armenian Gang Boss
  • Alexandra Lord known as Pool Girl
  • Christy Petersen known as Pool Girl
  • Frederick C. Ruiz known as Club Bouncer
  • Keith Adams known as Chudnofsky's Gang
  • Dennis Keiffer known as Chudnofsky's Gang
  • Travon Magee known as Chudnofsky's Gang
  • David Powledge known as Chudnofsky's Gang (as Dave Powledge)
  • Jerry Trimble known as Chudnofsky's Gang
  • Bart Baggett known as Nerdy Guy (uncredited)
  • Austin Michael Coleman known as Playground Bully (uncredited)
  • Elena Diaz known as Gun Girl (uncredited)
  • Zoli Dora known as Printing Press Gang (uncredited)
  • Mike Foxx known as Reporter (uncredited)
  • James Franco known as Danny Crystal Cleer (uncredited)
  • Kate Fuglei known as Secretary (uncredited)
  • Giovanni V. Giusti known as Drug Dealer (uncredited)
  • Larry Goldstein known as Daily Sentinel Reporter (uncredited)
  • Thayr Harris known as Mohawk Crackhead (uncredited)
  • Kiralee Hayashi known as Couple Gal (uncredited)
  • Don Kress known as Chudnofsky's Gang (uncredited)
  • Maximilian Law known as Thug (uncredited)
  • Jean Claude Leuyer known as SWAT (uncredited)
  • Hunter James Mckeever known as Private School Boy (uncredited)
  • Ashlyn Miyasaki known as Masseuse A (uncredited)
  • Les Mumphrey known as Hipster (uncredited)
  • Taylor Reed known as Henchman (uncredited)
  • Deborah Rombaut known as Heavy Metal Groupie (uncredited)
  • Brandon Rush known as TV Anchor (uncredited)
  • Sarah Skeeters known as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Kurt E. Soderling known as Helicopter Co-Pilot (uncredited)
  • Monika Spruch known as Bikini Model (uncredited)
  • Stephen Stanton known as Breaking News Announcer (uncredited)
  • Ray Starmann known as Businessman (uncredited)
  • Michael A. Templeton known as Man Unveiling Statue (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department:
  • Donna J. Anderson known as hair stylist
  • Tammy Ashmore known as makeup department head: second unit
  • Marc Boyle known as additional hair stylist
  • Carlton Coleman known as special makeup effects: lab technician
  • Bonita DeHaven known as assistant makeup: second unit
  • Cheryl Eckert known as key hair stylist
  • Robin Fredriksz known as makeup artist
  • Michelle Garbin known as makeup artist
  • Hitomi Golba known as additional hair stylist
  • Kimberly Greene known as makeup department head
  • Cynthia Hernandez known as makeup artist: second unit
  • Heather Koontz known as makeup artist
  • Mary Hedges Lampert known as hair stylist
  • Renate Leuschner known as wig maker
  • Edward Morrison known as hair stylist
  • Koji Ohmura known as special makeup effects: W.M. Creations
  • 'Nikki' LaShandra White known as additional hair stylist
  • Erin Wooldridge known as makeup artist
  • Melissa A. Yonkey known as department head hair
  • Soo-Jin Yoon known as key hair stylist

Art Department:

  • Ruben Abarca known as drapery foreman
  • Tom Altobello known as assistant property master
  • Wesley Barker known as art department assistant
  • Todd Bennett known as plaster foreman
  • John Berger known as art director: second unit
  • Max Bozeman known as leadman: re-shoots
  • Mark W. Brown known as set dresser
  • Peter Brown known as tool foreman
  • Susan A. Burig known as graphic designer
  • Terry Corliss known as greensman
  • John Coven known as storyboard artist
  • Vincent D'Aquino known as greensman
  • Kristen Davis known as set designer
  • John Eaves known as concept illustrator
  • Gregory M. Edgar known as second unit assistant prop master
  • Mariano Fernandez known as welding foreman
  • Mark Finer known as on-set dresser: second unit
  • Trevor Goring known as storyboard artist
  • Melissa Harrison known as assistant art department coordinator
  • Jim Hewitt known as set designer
  • Eric Hugunin known as assistant art director
  • Jeffrey Paul Johnson known as assistant props
  • Melissa Pamela Jones known as props
  • Ian Kay known as lead armorer
  • Ian Kay known as second unit property master
  • Lizzy Jane Klein known as art department assistant
  • Greg Knapp known as construction medic
  • Julia K. Levine known as set designer
  • Bruce L. Luizzi known as leadman
  • Linda Luizzi known as head buyer
  • Lyle Maves known as plasterer gang boss
  • William S. Maxwell III known as set dresser
  • Stacey S. McIntosh known as construction coordinator
  • Matthew McKee known as art department coordinator
  • Christopher Morente known as greensman
  • Adam Mull known as model maker
  • Daniel P. Murphy known as construction metal fabricator
  • Craig Nolan known as greensman
  • Fred O'Connor known as propmaker
  • Alexander Panov known as paint decorator
  • Dan Pemberton known as construction coordinator
  • Manuel Plank-Jorge known as concept artist
  • Josue Rodriguez known as assistant property master
  • Randy Severino known as set dresser
  • Jeff Shewbert known as propmaker gangboss
  • Steve Sickle known as greens foreman
  • Andrew M. Siegel known as property master
  • Jana Treadwell known as set dresser
  • Jason Vanover known as key greensman
  • Anthony Vitagliano known as greens foreman
  • John Warnke known as set designer
  • Frank White known as welder gangboss
  • Chris Zimmerman known as on-set stand-by painter
  • David Hendrickson known as art department assistant (uncredited)
  • David Keir known as carpenter (uncredited)
  • Fireball Tim Lawrence known as vehicle designer (uncredited)
  • Jack White known as food stylist (uncredited)

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Company

Production Companies:

  • Columbia Pictures (presents)
  • Original Film

Other Companies:

  • Allan Padelford Camera Cars  camera equipment provided by (Remote Drive System POD)
  • Abel Cine Tech  phantom cameras provided by
  • Airstar America  grip and lighting equipment (Balloon Lights)
  • BT Industrial Supply  expendables
  • Central Casting  extras casting
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Company 3  digital intermediate
  • De Lane Lea  ADR recording
  • Designer Wardrobe Trailers  wardrobe trailer
  • Digital Media Services (DMS)  digital marketing asset management
  • Digital Media Services (DMS)  on-line promotional material creation
  • Direct Tools & Fasteners  expendables
  • James Newton Howard Studios  score mixed at
  • K/O CameraToys  camera equipment provided by (Stealth Truck, Z-1 Remote, Fixed Tower Arm, Russian Arm)
  • Klass Security and Investigations  anti-piracy security
  • LRX Lighting  grip and lighting equipment
  • Movie Movers  star trailers
  • Nice Carvings  props
  • Panavision Remote Systems  Supertechno Cranes
  • Pictorvision  Eclipse aerial camera system
  • Picture Mill, The  main and end titles (as Picture Mill)
  • Reel Security  production security
  • Rockbottom Rentals  cell phone rentals
  • Sony Pictures Studios Scoring Stage  score recorded at
  • Sony Pictures Studios  post-production sound services
  • Soundelux  post-production sound services
  • Star Waggons  cast trailers
  • Star Waggons  hair and make-up trailers

Distributors:

  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (France) (theatrical)
  • Falcon (2011) (Czech Republic) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (Bahrain) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • InterCom (2011) (Hungary) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (Israel) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (Serbia) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (United Arab Emirates) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (Austria) (theatrical)
  • Alexandra Films (2011) (Bulgaria) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing Canada (2011) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • ACME (2011) (Estonia) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Finland (2011) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • ACME (2011) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (Spain) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Columbia Pictures (2011) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (Venezuela) (theatrical)
  • Audio Visual Entertainment (2011) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Columbia TriStar Warner Filmes de Portugal (2011) (Portugal) (theatrical)
  • Feelgood Entertainment (2011) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Entertainment (2011) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Releasing (2011) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2011) (Poland) (theatrical)
  • FX Network (2013) (USA) (TV)
  • Home Box Office (HBO) (2012) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Nordic (2011) (Finland) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2011) (Argentina) (DVD)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2011) (Argentina) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2011) (Greece) (DVD) (blu-ray)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2011) (USA) (DVD)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2011) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)

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Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • CIS Vancouver (visual effects) (as CIS Visual Effects Group Vancouver)
  • CIS Visual Effects Group (visual effects) (as CIS Visual Effects Group Hollywood)
  • Hammerhead Productions (visual effects)
  • Imageworks India (3D stereo conversion) (as Sony Pictures Imageworks India)
  • Legend3D (3D stereo conversion)
  • Luma Pictures (visual effects)
  • Polygon Entertainment
  • Proof (previsualization)
  • Sassoon Film Design (3D stereo conversion)
  • Sony Pictures Imageworks (SPI) (3D stereo conversion)
  • Stereo D (3D stereo conversion)
  • The Base Studio
  • The Base Studio (visual effects)
  • Trixter Film (3D stereo conversion)

Visual Effects by:

  • Nadarajan Usha Abheesh known as digital artist
  • Sean William Adair known as compositor: Pixomondo
  • Milton Adamou known as Stereoscopic IQ Artist: Stereo D
  • David Aguirre known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Matt Akey known as stereoscopic producer: Legend 3D
  • Ryan Albertson known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Anjel Alcaraz known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Julius F. Alexander known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Troy Alexiadis known as senior stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Patrick L. Almanza known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Christopher Almerico known as coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Juan Alvarez known as stereo artist: Legend 3 D
  • Claudia Amatulli known as stereo production assistant: Legend 3D
  • John Paul Amos known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Chris Anderson known as visual effects producer: CIS-Vancouver
  • David Anderson known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Grant Anderson known as stereoscopic supervisor
  • Ken Anderson known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Dwight Angelito known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Chris Antonini known as visual effects plate coordinator
  • Yoichiro Aoki known as stereoscopic lead: Stereo D
  • Richard Aponte known as digital artist
  • Sean Araki known as systems administrator: Pixomondo
  • Kamran Arian known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Jason Arrieta known as stereoscopic paint artist
  • Andrew Astengo known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Wardley Ataop known as stereo production assistant
  • Melissa Austria known as stereo production supervisor: Legend 3D
  • Radoslav Bakalov known as track/matchmove artist
  • Louise Baker known as previsualization designer: Proof Inc.
  • Tony Baldridge known as vfx supervisor: Legend 3D
  • Kristopher Baldwin known as stereo compositor
  • Brad Banda known as stereo artist: Legend 3 D
  • Wesley Barker known as visual effects assistant coordinator
  • Ankush Barman known as rotoscope and paint lead
  • K.C. Barnes known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Jim Barnett known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Shawn Barnett known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Abraham Barrera known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Ines Baumgartner known as matchmove artist
  • Karina Becker known as production coordinator: Stereo D
  • Nathan Behmlander known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Stephanie Bell known as stereo compositor: Legend 3 D
  • Kate Bello known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Molly Bender known as compositing coordinator: Legend 3D
  • Kevin Bennett known as stereo compositing coordinator: Legend 3 D
  • Tyler Bennink known as stereo production supervisor: Legend 3D
  • Terran Benveniste known as visual effects production manager: Polygon Entertainment
  • Maxime Besner known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Arwinder Singh Bhurji known as lead matchmover
  • Sabina Bihlmaier known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Madalina Bland known as visual effects
  • Brian Blasiak known as lighting & compositing technical director: SPI
  • Christopher Blazick known as pipeline engineer
  • Jonathan Block known as main title designer & animator
  • Chris Bloom known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Rob Blue known as visual effects artist: Hammerhead
  • Johannes Bogenhauser known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Jason Bond known as stereoscopic roto artist
  • Giselle Borromeo known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Jason Bowers known as stereo artist: Legend 3 D
  • John Bradley known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Erik Bratlien known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Mark Breakspear known as visual effects supervisor: CIS Vancouver
  • Annie Breedlove known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Milady Bridges known as match move technical director: Stereo D
  • Shawn Briscoe known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Morris Brown known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • John Brubaker known as compositor: Pixomondo
  • Edward Brugge known as roto artist: The Base Studio
  • Lee Brunet known as digital compositor
  • Amy Brunolli known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Carrie Bryant known as visual effects artist
  • Jared Buford known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Jared Buford known as stereoscopic artist
  • Robert Burk known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Andy Burmeister known as lead matchmover: Luma Pictures
  • Christina M. Cabral known as rotoscope
  • Jay Caguioa known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Khue Cai known as stereo production assistant: Legend 3D
  • John Cairns known as digital compositor: CIS Vancouver
  • Sean Callahan known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Marbella Calvillo known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Esteban Camacho known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Caitlin Campbell known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Glenn Campbell known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Alexandre Cancado known as lead digital compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Matt Candido known as data management: Legend 3D
  • Jamie Cardenas known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Mario Cardona known as matchmove artist
  • Curtis Carlson known as stereoscopic compositor: Legend 3D
  • Taide Carpenter known as visual effects associate production manager
  • Jeremy P. Carroll known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Toni Pace Carstensen known as senior vfx producer: Legend 3D
  • Montana Casey known as digital compositor
  • John Cassella known as senior fx animator: Luma Pictures
  • Rex Cataroja known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Camille Cellucci known as visual effects producer
  • Gabe Cervantes known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Craig Cesareo known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Ray Chang known as visual effects artist: Luma Pictures
  • Alexis Chapman known as lead roto artist: CIS Vancouver
  • Aaron Chiesa known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Jennifer Cho known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Bradley Chowning known as stereoscopic roto artist
  • August Christman known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Kristy Chrobak known as associate stereographer: Legend 3D
  • Benjamin Chrysler known as rotoscope lead
  • Vincent Chung known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Vincent Cirelli known as visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Edith Clara known as generalist
  • Edith Clara known as match move lead
  • Edith Clara known as tracking lead
  • Graham Clark known as head of stereography: Stereo D
  • Caleb Cleveland known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Ryan Cleveland known as senior stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Christine Clippinger known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Ron Clowney known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Joshua E. Cohen known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Dylan Cole known as matte painter
  • Robert Cole known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Tanya Collins known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Tanya Collins known as visual effects artist
  • Liliana Colombo known as Stereoscopic Roto Artist: Stereo D
  • Mary-Margaret Conley known as data I/O administrator: Stereo D
  • Jennifer Connaughy known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Benjamin Conner known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Joseph Costa known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Laurel Costa known as associate stereographer: Legend 3D
  • David Cowles known as desktop administrator: Stereo D
  • Maurice Cox known as stereoscopic roto artist
  • Sean Crampton known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Josh Crews known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Robert Cribbett known as compositor
  • Thomas Crow known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Martyn 'Moose' Culpitt known as compositing supervisor: CIS Vancouver
  • Jason Cutler known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Nick Damico known as visual effects artist
  • Tomas Danay known as rotoscope artist: The Base Studio
  • Dane K. Dass known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Rikk Davis known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Chris Dawson known as VFX plate supervisor: 2nd Unit
  • Hector de la Torre known as matchmover: Sasson Film Design
  • Josh Deason known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Rachel Decker known as data I/O coordinator: Stereo D
  • Kevin Del Colle known as digital film scanner
  • Carson Del Greco known as rotoscope artist
  • Ruy Delgado known as rotoscope artist: Luma Pictures
  • Stephen Delisle known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Sarah Delucchi known as stereoscopic artist
  • Nicolas Delval known as visual effects producer: BUF
  • Brian DeMetz known as visual effects technical director: Final Light VFX
  • Jason DeParis known as matchmove artist
  • Antoine Derome known as digital compositor
  • Dhananjayan known as rotomation
  • Darren Ray J. Diaz known as roto artist
  • Jonathon Dickey known as stereo production supervisor: Legend 3D
  • Jamie Dixon known as visual effects supervisor
  • Jennifer Dolan known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Rene Dominguez known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Fred Dossola known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Scott Douglas known as editorial coordinator
  • Kathryn Dowler known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Jon Doyle known as compositor: Hammerhead Productions
  • Linda Drake known as visual effects editor
  • Tom Driscoll known as stereo assistant editor: Legend 3D
  • Wilfred Driscoll known as stereoscopic conversion artist
  • Stefano Dubay known as SPI: character modeler
  • Geer DuBois known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Aubrey Dukes known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Anthony Dunifer known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Geoff DuQuette known as compositor: Pixomondo
  • Alain Omer Duranceau known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Jacob Eaton known as stereoscopic coordinator: Venture3D
  • Bernie Ebue known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Bernie Ebue known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Sam Edwards known as visual effects artist
  • Moritz Eiche known as digital compositor: CIS Vancouver
  • Michelle Eisenreich known as visual effects producer: Hammerhead
  • Randahl Elkins known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Christian Emond known as digital effects artist
  • Rob Engle known as stereographic supervisor
  • John Erik Englund known as software engineer: Stereo D
  • Erick Escobales known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • John Paul Escobar known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Mark Philip Escobar known as lead stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Marcel Esteban known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Dan Eues known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Duane Eues known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Bryan T. Evans known as stereoscopic roto artist
  • Sabine Ewers-Schorr known as recruiter: Pixomondo
  • Paul Faeldo known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Brian Fanska known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Melanie Farley known as stereo coordinator: Legend 3D
  • Phylicia Feldman known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • John Fielding known as matchmove artist: Sassoon Film Design
  • Rodney Figueroa known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Nathan Fleming known as vfx editor: Pixomondo
  • Megan Flood known as rotoscope artist
  • Chris M. Flynn known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Michael Sean Foley known as cg supervisor
  • Les Foor known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Allie Foster known as stereo production supervisor: Legend 3D
  • Jordan Freda known as visual effects producer: The Base Studio
  • Travis Fruci known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Shu Fujita known as 3D coordinator
  • Napoleon Fulinara Jr. known as stereo artist: Legend 3D (as Napoleon Fulinara)
  • Angus Funkhouser known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Bruno Gagne known as digital compositor
  • Micah Gallagher known as compositor: Pixomondo
  • Javier Gallego known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Anthony Garcellano known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Anthony Garcia known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Carlos Garcia known as data management: Legend 3D
  • Giancarlo Sye Garcia known as stereoscopic paint artist
  • Bryan Gauna known as Software Developer: Stereo D
  • Joan Gauna known as software developer: Stereo D
  • Andreas Gebauer known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Paul Geffre known as stereoscopic producer
  • Adam Ghering known as compositing supervisor: Legend 3D
  • Lloyd Gilyard Jr. known as stereo coordinator: Legend 3D
  • Cyrus Jay Gladstone known as stereographer: Legend 3D
  • Jan Glöckner known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Erick Godreau known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Clarke Godwin known as visual effects artist
  • Katie Godwin known as visual effects coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Noel Gomez known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Gilbert Gonzales known as digital compositor
  • Erik Gonzalez known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Walter Gonzalez known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Geoff Goodman known as executive VP: Legend 3D
  • Zachary Goodson known as track/matchmove artist
  • Lenny Gordon known as tracker: Luma Picturesqueness
  • Philip Gordon known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Carrie Grabowski known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Trevor Graciano known as lead stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Duane Granger known as asset technician: Legend 3D
  • Anthony Grant known as modeler / texture artist: Luma-Pictures
  • Kirk Gravatt known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Keith Griego known as associate stereographer: Legend 3D
  • Steve Griffith known as visual effects producer: Luma Pictures
  • David E. Groom known as executive producer: Stereo D
  • David Gutierrez known as asset technician: Legend 3D
  • Jennifer Gutierrez known as compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Sebastian Haas known as stereoscopic pipeline technical director: Trixter Film
  • Michael Habenicht known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Zack Haddad known as assets coordinator: Legend 3D
  • Miles Hall known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Lindsay Hallett known as director: business development: Luma Pictures
  • Paul Haman known as matchmove supervisor: Sassoon Film Design
  • H Haden Hammond known as sequence supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Kevin Hand known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • See Hang known as key roto
  • Gary Hangen known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Derek Hanson known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Silke Harbauer known as production secretary: Trixter Film
  • Aisling Harbert known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Michael S. Harbour known as head of 2d: CIS Hollywood
  • Ryan Harlow known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Shizue Harrison known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • David Harter known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Daniel Hartlehnert known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Dietrich Hasse known as vfx supervisor: Trixter Film
  • Benjamin Hawkins known as lead stereoscopic compositor
  • Madeline Hazeley known as assistant to Mr. Aaron Parry: Stereo D
  • John R. Hazzard known as pipeline technical director: Luma Pictures
  • Mike F. Hedayati known as stereoscopic supervisor
  • Alex Heffner known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Alex Heffner known as visual effects artist
  • Christian Hejnal known as visual effects producer
  • Brent Hensarling known as senior systems administrator: Luma Pictures
  • Laurie Herman known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Tobias Herrmann known as production coordinator: Trixter Film
  • Michael Hertstein known as production coordinator: Trixter Film
  • Christopher Higginbotham known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Bryan M. Higgins known as rotoscope artist
  • Deborah Hiner known as rotoscope artist
  • Ryan Hirsh known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Adam Hlavac known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Travis Hoecker known as asset technician: Legend 3D
  • Dylan Holden known as stereoscopic roto artist
  • Eloisa Honrada known as roto lead: The Base Studio
  • Paul Hopkins known as visual effects artist
  • Mike Hopkinson known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Anna Huang known as stereo coordinator: Legend 3D
  • Melissa Huerta known as digital artist: CIS Hollywood
  • Catherine Hughes known as visual effects coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Jill Hunt known as stereographer: Legend 3D
  • Patrick D. Hurd known as visual effects production supervisor
  • Tony Hurd known as visual effects producer: Polygon Entertainment
  • Steve Hutchins known as compositor: Pixomondo
  • Jacqueline Hutchinson known as stereo technical director: Legend 3D
  • Jan Huybrechs known as 3D scanning: Eyetronics
  • Danny Huynh known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Luan Huynh known as Desktop Administrator: Stereo D
  • Gregor Höss known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Jan Hübel known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Ken Imura known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Paul Ingegneri known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • David Ireland known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • John Iskandar known as technical director: SPI
  • Michael G. Jackson known as matchmove artist
  • Dilipan Jeevanandham known as digital artist
  • Lubomir Jezo known as rotoscope artist: The Base Studio
  • Marek Jezo known as rotoscope artist: The Base Studio
  • Matus Jezo known as rotoscope artist: The Base Studio
  • Quan Jiang known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Alicia Johnson known as visual effects assistant
  • Justin Johnson known as digital effects supervisor
  • Bruce Jones known as 3D VFX supervisor
  • Evan Jones known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Jeremy Jones known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Justin Jones known as visual effects supervisor
  • Scott Jones known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Philip Joslin known as stereo compositor
  • Louie Juarez known as stereo production assistant: Legend 3D
  • Jason Jue known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Kareem K.H. known as digital compositor
  • Steven Kaelin known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Bradley Kaiser known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Patrick Keenan known as digital compositor: CIS Hollywood
  • Trevor Keller known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Elaine Kelley known as stereo production assistant: Legend 3D
  • Matthew Kemper known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Kelly Rae Kenan known as visual effects coordinator
  • Harimander Singh Khalsa known as visual effects artist: Luma Pictures (as Michael Cashore)
  • Ilene Kim known as stereoscopic assistant production coordinator: Venture 3D
  • Jia Kim known as stereoscopic compositor: Polygon Entertainment
  • Joo Kim known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Peter King known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Guido Kirsch known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Martin Allan Kloner known as visual effects editor
  • Dan Knight known as compositor: Pixomondo
  • Keith Kolod known as lead stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Brandon Kolpak known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Derek Krauss known as rotoscope artist: The Base Studio
  • Jeff Kuecken known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Thomas Kuo known as digital film scanner
  • Aaron Kupferman known as senior compositor: SPI
  • James Kuroda known as digital compositor: CIS Hollywood
  • Fabrice Lagayette known as visual effects supervisor: BUF
  • Vanessa LaMarche known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Nicholas Lambert known as stereoscopic roto artist
  • Hayley Lane known as stereoscopic artist
  • Turner Lange known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Gary Laurie known as matchmove technical director: Stereo D
  • Adam Lauwers known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Gary Layug known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Mike Leben known as motion control operator
  • Taehee Lee known as cg supervisor: Polygon Entertainment
  • Ari Levinson known as stereo artist
  • Dan Levitan known as co-visual effects supervisor
  • Davell Lee Libbett known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Michael Ligammare known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Isaac Lipstadt known as vfx assistant coordinator
  • Brendan Llave known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Marc Llorin known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Anthony Lopez known as director of i.t.: Legend 3D
  • Juan Lopez known as rotoscope artist: The Base Studio
  • Juan David Lopez known as stereo compositor
  • Michael Lopez known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Son Lu known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Steven Luc known as rotoscope artist
  • Rosella Lucherino known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Tony Luong known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Tony Lyons known as roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures
  • Raymon Macahilas known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Peter Machuca known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Celeste Madrigal known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Jessica Madsen known as lead roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures
  • Arman Mafi known as stereoscopic compositor
  • David Maldonado known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Brian Malmstrom known as rotoscope artist: Polygon Entertainment
  • Brian Malmstrom known as digital artist
  • Jeffrey Manchester known as stereo coordinator: Legend 3D
  • Shira Mandel known as digital compositor
  • Kim Mandilag known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Travis Mangaoang known as Stereoscopic Roto Artist: Stereo D
  • Mike Manning known as digital compositor: Gutterband
  • Mike Manning known as visual effects post assistant
  • Michael Mansueto known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Mardig Mardirossian known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Jose Marin known as roto/paint artist: Legend 3D
  • Giorgio Marino known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Tyler Marino known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Josh Marlar known as asset technician: Legend 3D
  • Andrew Marquez known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Damon Martinez known as stereo paint artist
  • Marcel Martins known as rotoscope artist: Luma Pictures
  • Joseph Marut known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Tony Masiello known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Tony Masiello known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Lorenzo Mastrobuono known as Stereoscopic Roto Artist: Stereo D
  • Jenna Mateo known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Dexter Matias known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Adam Matis known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Artin Matousian known as systems administrator
  • Richard Matsushita known as visual effects artist: Hammerhead
  • Sean McCarty known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Don Mccoy known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Rob McCurdy known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Kevin McDonald known as compositor: Pixomondo
  • Edward McDonough known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Kyle McGill known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Adam McKee known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Kristine McKinney known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Steve McLafferty known as visual effects artist
  • Kevin Melia known as stereoscopic roto artist
  • Daniel Mellitz known as compositor
  • Mark Menaker known as System Administrator: Stereo D
  • Carlos Mendoza Jr. known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Robert Merrow III known as rotoscope artist: StereoD
  • Anthony Meschi known as digital artist
  • Christoph Metzger known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Michael Milano known as lead rotoscope artist
  • Aung Min known as visual effects artist
  • Jonathan Mitchell known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Farhad Mohasseb known as compositor: CIS-Vancouver
  • Paul Molodowitch known as pipeline technical director: Luma Pictures
  • Jentzen Mooney known as pipeline developer
  • Ismael Moran known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Gautama Murcho known as digital compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Michael Murphy known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Natasha Nace known as stereo coordinator: Legend 3D
  • Emmi Nakagawa known as texture artist
  • Jeff Nakao known as visual effects artist
  • Charlie Navarro known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Hector Navarro known as associate stereographer: Legend 3D
  • Mike Navarro known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Andreas Nehls known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Kenneth Nelson known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Lori J. Nelson known as visual effects producer
  • Marla Neto known as digital coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Vincent Niebla known as lead stereographer: Legend 3D
  • James P. Noon known as tracking
  • Jordan Nounnan known as previsualization animator: Proof
  • Kristina Nunez-Hansen known as rotoscope artist (as Kristina Nunez)
  • Chris O'Connell known as stereoscopic roto artist
  • Gregory Oehler known as visual effects supervisor: CIS Hollywood
  • Corey Oesch known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Silam Oezkaya known as recruiter: Pixomondo
  • Yoko Okumura known as camera utility VFX
  • Tobbe Olsson known as 3d generalist: Pixomondo
  • Ellery Ortiz known as stereo camera lead
  • Glenn Osgood known as stereographer: Legend 3D
  • Chuck Ostlie known as IT manager: Legend 3D
  • Aldo Osuna known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Tyler Ott known as 3D coordinator
  • Liana Padilla known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Tharanipathi Padmanabhan known as matchmove artist
  • Justin Pangelinan known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Ryan Parker known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Matthew Parkhill known as associate stereographer: Legend 3D
  • Aaron Parry known as executive producer: Stereo D
  • Anthony Passaniti known as matchmover/camera tracking: Sassoon Film Design
  • Jamie Pastor known as stereo production supervisor: Legend 3D
  • Jared Pecht known as digital film scanner
  • Caleb Pennypacker known as matchmove artist
  • Michael Perdew known as visual effects coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Javier Perez known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Marco Perez known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Joshua Perry known as associate stereographer: Legend 3D
  • Kiana Petersen known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Josh Peterson known as stereoscopic roto artist
  • Christine Petrov known as head of 2d: CIS Vancouver
  • Roland Pfisterer known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Sandy Phetchamphone known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • David Jeffrey Phillips known as stereoscopic lead: Stereo D
  • Tom Piedmont known as roto/paint artist: Luma PIctures
  • Kevin Pierce known as digital compositor
  • James Pina known as rotoscope artist: The Base Studio
  • Cesar Ploneda known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Erik Ploneda known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3 D
  • Tony Plá known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Jason Pomerantz known as production supervisor (IMAX Version)
  • Ipyana Ponder known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Justin Porter known as technical coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Howard Postley known as 3D technical consultant
  • Pavel Pranevsky known as CG supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Jeremy Preissner known as Desktop Administrator: Stereo D
  • James Prola known as stereographer: Legend 3D
  • Peter Provencio known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Derek N. Prusak known as stereoscopic editorial coordinator: Stereo D
  • Sophie Pruzsinszky known as production coordinator: Trixter Film
  • Leandro Pucci known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Tomas Pulmano known as pipeline t.d.: Stereo D
  • Paul Pytlik known as digital artist: IMAX version
  • Christian Quickle known as visual effects assistant
  • Vinoth Ramalingam known as matchmove artist
  • Trey Randolph known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Tina Rangel known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Lance Ranzer known as digital compositor: Pixomondo
  • Pimentel A. Raphael known as animation supervisor
  • Justin Ray known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Jason Reese known as IT help desk lead: Legend 3D
  • Sarah Reese-Edwards known as stereoscopic lead
  • Pedro Luis Reyes known as stereoscopic roto artist: Stereo D
  • Nathan Rich known as network administrator: Luma Pictures
  • Grover Richardson known as roto artist: The Base Studio
  • Bryce Rieger known as digital compositor
  • Mike Rim known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Agustin Rios known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Richard Rivera known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Katherine Rodtsbrooks known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Casey Rolseth known as visual effects artist
  • Steve Romero known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Drew Rosen known as system administrator: Luma Pictures
  • Felix Rothballer known as i.t. manager: Trixter Film
  • Peder Rottiger known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Sean Rowe known as digital film scanner
  • Brian Rust known as stereoscopic conversion
  • Thersa Rygiel known as compositor: Pixomondo
  • Chris Rymer known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Sabanayagam known as digital artist: Sony Pictures Imageworks
  • James Salas known as stereo production assistant: Legend 3D
  • Jared Salas known as stereo production assistant: Legend 3D
  • Dylan Sanchez known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Jared Sanders known as matchmove artist: Luma Pictures
  • Mike Sanders known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Theodore M. Sandifer known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Daniel Sandoval-Guillen known as lead stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Barry B. Sandrew known as chief stereographer: Legend 3D (as Barry Sandrew)
  • Jared Sandrew known as vfx supervisor: Legend 3D
  • Eric Sanford known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Tiago Santos known as digital compositor: CIS Vancouver
  • Tim Santos known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Kevin Sarne known as assistant to Mr. David Groom: Stereo D
  • Evan Saunders known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Benjamin Scabell known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Adrian Scherger known as stereo assistant editor: Legend 3D
  • Niel Schorfield known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Crystle Schrecengost known as compositor: Pixomondo
  • Daniel Schrepf known as Stereoscopic Roto Lead: Stereo D
  • David Schrijn known as rotoscope artist
  • Aaron Schultz known as cg artist
  • Jameson Schultz known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Patrick Schultz known as lead artist
  • Candice Scott known as compositor: Pixomondo
  • Terell Seitz known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Rasha Shalaby known as digital compositor
  • Steven Shapiro known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Michael Shermis known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Jay Shindell known as visual effects
  • Payam Shohadai known as executive visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • David Shorey known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Craig Shumard known as motion control technician
  • Prateep Siamwalla known as tracking
  • Eric Sibley known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Eric Sibley known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Joey Sila known as digital compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Jared Simeth known as lead digital compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Thanapoom Siripopungul known as character technical director: Luma Pictures
  • Kris Sison known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • K.S. Sivapriyan known as matchmove artist
  • Miro Skandera known as digital artist
  • Dan Smiczek known as CG supervisor: Hammerhead
  • Matthew Smith known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Michael Soledad known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Richard Soledad known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Eddie Soria known as senior rotoscope specialist
  • Safari Sosebee known as digital artist: Luma Pictures
  • Ryan Soule known as rotoscope artist
  • Carla Sparrow known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Michael Spitzmiller known as stereoscopic compositor: Sassoon Film Design
  • Jesse Squire known as python developer: Legend 3D
  • Andrea R. Stephens known as production assistant: Stereo D
  • Nickolas Stevens known as pipeline development
  • Michael Stewart known as digital compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Jan Stoltz known as vfx supervisor: Trixter Film
  • Jonathan Stone known as visual effects producer: Pixomondo LA
  • Yesod Stone known as data management: Legend 3D
  • Nico Sugleris known as matchmover
  • Tina Sun known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Richard Sutherland known as cg supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Jeremy Swain known as stereoscopic associate producer: Legend 3D
  • Josh Swanson known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Steven Swanson known as visual effects supervising producer: Luma Pictures
  • Brian Taber known as stereoscopic lead
  • Emerick Tackett known as matchmove: Pixomondo
  • Ranko Tadic known as previsualization animator: Proof
  • Andranik Taranyan known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Britton Taylor known as roto supervisor: The Base Studio
  • Bryan Taylor known as stereoscopic artist
  • Paul Taylor known as animator: Pixomondo
  • Juan Carlos Teliz-Haro known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Christopher Terry known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Saravanan Thanikachalam known as matchmove artist
  • Bryan Thombs known as main title sequence
  • Gavyn Thompson known as 3d artist: Pixomondo
  • St. George Thompson known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Maike Timmann known as vfx producer: Trixter Film
  • Nicholas Tocco known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Enrique Torres known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Oscar Torres known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Anthony Tovar known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Ted Trabucco known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Khuong Tran known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Chris Treichel known as stereo production supervisor: Legend 3D
  • Linda Tremblay known as digital compositor
  • Ryan Trenhaile known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Ryan Trippensee known as digital compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Ervin Tuazon known as rotoscope artist
  • Robert Tucker known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Derrick Tuskan known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Barry R. Tuttle known as post stereographer
  • Barry R. Tuttle known as rotoscope artist: The Base Studio
  • Hans Uhlig known as executive producer: Polygon Entertainment
  • Rachel Uwa known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Arthur Vail III known as Stereoscopic Roto Lead: Stereo D
  • Dirk Valk known as 3d trainee: Pixomondo
  • Michele C. Vallillo known as visual effects producer: CIS Hollywood
  • Carol VanHook known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Santiago Vasquez known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Oscar Velasquez known as production assistant: Stereo D
  • Michael J. Viera known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Michael J. Viera known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Sarah D. Vigil known as stereoscopic rotoscope artist
  • Sören Volz known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Kustaa Vuori known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Jessica Wan known as digital compositor
  • Nancy Wang known as editorial manager: Legend 3D
  • Xiaolei Wang known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Loicia Ware known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Jay Warren known as digital intermediate 3D producer
  • James Waterson known as digital compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Bret Watkins known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Emma Webb known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Tyler Wheeler known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • David Whitehead known as asset technician: Legend 3D
  • Phan Wiantrakoon known as roto/animation artist
  • Kenneth H. Wiatrak known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D (as Kenneth Wiatrak)
  • Georg Wieland known as vfx producer: Trixter Film
  • Geoff Wilhelm known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Adam Will known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Aaron Williams known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Darren Williams known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • J. Adam Williams known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Ryan M. Wilson known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Virginia Wilson known as stereographic production manager: Sony Pictures Entertainment
  • Marion Winter known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Jesse Wolfe known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Eddy Wolfson known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Gavin Wright known as previsualization supervisor: Proof Inc.
  • Jonathan Wright known as lead stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Peter M. Wu known as stereoscopic roto artist: Stereo D, LLC.
  • Gee Xiong known as stereo compositor
  • Xye known as tracking
  • Marvin Yanez known as stereoscopic roto artist
  • Dennis Yoshii known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Colin Yu known as stereographer: Legend 3D
  • Sonia Yu known as lighter: Luma Pictures
  • Walter Yuan known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Douglas Zablocki known as stereo compositor: Legend 3D
  • Jorge Zarate Salas known as stereo artist: Legend 3D
  • Dominik Zimmerle known as stereoscopic compositor: Trixter Film
  • Rick Baer known as stereoscopic production assistant (uncredited)
  • Chandrasekhar known as digital artist (uncredited)
  • John Abraham Chempil known as digital artist (uncredited)
  • Mike Ek known as compositor: Pixomondo (uncredited)
  • Rob Geddes known as stereoscopic roto artist (uncredited)
  • Adam Ghering known as stereo paint & compositing supervisor: Legend 3D (uncredited)
  • Eduardo Gonçalves known as stereoscopic roto artist (uncredited)
  • Ricardo Guevara known as stereo artist: Legend 3D (uncredited)
  • Joseph Hayden known as stereoscopic conversion artist (uncredited)
  • Bob Homami known as stereoscopic compositor (uncredited)
  • U-Sun I Hu known as stereoscopic artist (uncredited)
  • Sohee Kim known as stereo compositor: Polygon Entertainment (uncredited)
  • Praveen Kumar known as digital artist (uncredited)
  • Juan Lopez known as stereoscopic compositor (uncredited)
  • Mike Navarro known as visual effects artist (uncredited)
  • Ron Rhee known as visual effects artist (uncredited)
  • David Settlow known as stereo artist: Legend 3 D (uncredited)
  • Ian Strelsky known as stereo production specialist: Legend3D (uncredited)
  • Elaine Wu known as animator: Luma Pictures (uncredited)

Release Date:

  • Belgium 12 January 2011
  • Chile 12 January 2011
  • Egypt 12 January 2011
  • France 12 January 2011
  • Switzerland 12 January 2011 (French speaking region)
  • Bahamas 13 January 2011
  • Czech Republic 13 January 2011
  • Germany 13 January 2011
  • Hungary 13 January 2011
  • Israel 13 January 2011
  • Kuwait 13 January 2011
  • Netherlands 13 January 2011
  • Serbia 13 January 2011
  • Switzerland 13 January 2011 (German speaking region)
  • United Arab Emirates 13 January 2011
  • Austria 14 January 2011
  • Bulgaria 14 January 2011
  • Canada 14 January 2011
  • Estonia 14 January 2011
  • Finland 14 January 2011
  • India 14 January 2011
  • Ireland 14 January 2011
  • Lithuania 14 January 2011
  • Spain 14 January 2011
  • UK 14 January 2011
  • USA 14 January 2011
  • Venezuela 14 January 2011
  • Philippines 19 January 2011
  • Australia 20 January 2011
  • Croatia 20 January 2011
  • New Zealand 20 January 2011
  • Slovenia 20 January 2011
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina 21 January 2011
  • Iceland 21 January 2011
  • Mexico 21 January 2011
  • Norway 21 January 2011
  • Sweden 21 January 2011
  • Japan 22 January 2011
  • Denmark 27 January 2011
  • Greece 27 January 2011
  • Malaysia 27 January 2011 (3-D version)
  • Singapore 27 January 2011 (3-D version)
  • Slovakia 27 January 2011
  • South Korea 27 January 2011
  • Italy 28 January 2011
  • Poland 28 January 2011
  • Romania 28 January 2011
  • Hong Kong 2 February 2011
  • Malaysia 2 February 2011 (2-D version)
  • Singapore 2 February 2011 (2-D version)
  • Argentina 3 February 2011
  • Kazakhstan 3 February 2011
  • Peru 3 February 2011
  • Portugal 3 February 2011
  • Russia 3 February 2011
  • Thailand 3 February 2011
  • Ukraine 3 February 2011
  • Pakistan 4 February 2011
  • Georgia 10 February 2011
  • Panama 11 February 2011
  • Brazil 18 February 2011
  • Turkey 18 February 2011

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for sequences of violent action, language, sensuality and drug content

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Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database


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10 Comments

  1. jrargonaut from United States
    29 Mar 2012, 3:40 pm

    It blows me away that people thought this movie was, "surprisinglygood." It's not. It's bad. Really really bad. Lets put it this way, Ihave not walked out of a movie in who knows how long, since Ishtar? Andthis was that bad.

    Yes I did laugh a few times. But Seth Rogen, just plays himself as hehas played that same character in dozens of other movies, except thistime he has money, a side kick and weapons, devised by the sidekick. Heplays Britt Read as a super loud and obnoxious character without beingendearing. Reid's not smart or witty, but brash and annoying.

    Now one could say that there are these great fight scenes thanks toKato (played by John Cho). But there so over the top special effectsladen as to be completely unreal and not enjoyable. It's like theviewer is playing a video game when we see from Kato's perspective in afight.

    The bad guy, has a bad guy insecurity complex with wanting to beperceive as scary, but has a name that nobody can pronounce and ofcourse, owns and hide's out? at a cement/construction company.

    In the end, this movie is tedious, predictable, annoying, and worse,unenjoyably campy. Save yourself the money and god forbid the 17$ itcosts to see it in 3d. Because 3d does nothing but make you angrier youspent that much more money on a waste of 2 hours.

  2. Larry S from United States
    29 Mar 2012, 3:40 pm

    The trailer got me all excited to watch this, but boooooy was I wrong.I was really hoping this was going to be like Iron Man but instead itfelt like that darn Streetfighter film with Van Damme. LikeStreetfighter, the movie felt really short, because there was not muchof a plot. Heroes were generic and same with the villains. You see thebad guy in the beginning, but there wasn't much character developmentwhich made the villain very generic (which also made it obvious how thestory is going to end). Kato's role was generic as well, like he was atypical Asian foreigner who does all the hard work but no play. Now Iunderstand why Nicolas Cage turned down the role of the villain andsame with Stephen Chow as Kato…lame. Besides the cheesy characters,the fight scenes were done in slow motion which made it seem fake andderivative of the Matrix, Seth Rogen (green hornet) was annoyingly loudmost of the time, I didn't really understand what Jay Chou (Kato) wassaying sometimes because of his heavy accent (which also made hisacting kind of wooden), and Cameron Diaz felt like she was there justfor star power for some reason. Even the action scenes (especiallytowards the end) was very boring, (believe it or not I actually fellasleep during the middle of an action scene), my brother tapped me onmy shoulder to wake me up. There was nothing in this movie that wasreally interesting other than maybe the black beauty (green hornet'scar) and maybe his hornet gun, and that's about it. And what was upwith the 3- D? The glasses made the movie too dark and did nothing tothe experience (I am getting really sick of 3-D).

  3. Anton_Ego from UK
    29 Mar 2012, 3:40 pm

    Where do I start ? See how long we can take one joke and stomp it todeath again and again and ( voice gradually fades ) ..Arrogant rich kidblundering through life ; Smart sidekick does everything for hero whodoesn't get it …. The casting is so far off wack in this, Seth Rogenwho is supposed to be core of this film is just not convincing eitheras rich playboy buffoon, or as a prospective crime fighter. He spendsthe whole film being unsure of what he is doing there. The arch villaineven when he is shooting people is not the least scary. The humour iscrass, directing appalling. The few decent actors Tom Wilkinson, EdwardJames Olmas just look embarrassed.

    I notice there is no DC logo at the beginning, and someone should havestopped this mess a long time before release. I guess having Mr Rogenas producer probably didn't help.Its not that I don't like these typeof films; Iron Man is one of my all time favourites and Kick Ass doeswhat it says on the tin. Really – buy yourself a tin of Dulux, a 4 inchbrush,find a wall and slap it on. You'll find watching it dry a lotmore fun..

  4. med77_99 from Los Angeles
    29 Mar 2012, 3:40 pm

    I never watched episodes of the TV series, nor have i read any of theGreen Hornet comics, though i doubt they were as lame and as silly asthis new movie adaptation of Green Hornet. because of the big adds andbillboards this movie has, i bought into that and decided to watch ittonight, and i wish i have not !! i was expecting a cool superhero, acrime fighter type of movie with a little a humor, but i was let downand disappointed. it had too much humor it turned into a full comedy, acartoon. it became silly and ridiculous. the plot did not have anythingspecial, just another average superhero plot with some really silly andlame parts " Spoiler AHEAD " >>> Hornet and Kato fighting over a girl!! how silly is that <<<< END Spoiler

    and i saw this in 3D, what a waste !!! nothing special about thatexcept for small parts of the action scenes, not really worth theprice. Some of the action scenes were cool, but not enough to save thismovie from being a failure. Also, Cameron Diaz role was unnecessary andshe was just one of the marketing aspects of this movie. the wholething was a Hollywood joke, just too much Hollywood !! please don't buyinto the big billboards and the charming adds, because this moviereally isn't good.

    Im also surprised that some people are giving this good reviews,probably they are either 10 year old kids, or people who watched itdrunk with a group of friends !

  5. JonnyHavey from United States
    29 Mar 2012, 3:40 pm

    "The Green Hornet" is a wanna be superhero movie trying to be originalby following the scheme of Seth Rogan's character Britt Reid to becomea superhero that is perceived as a criminal to the public. The problemis that Britt Reid doesn't even deserve to be a superhero because hiscoffee maker Kato (Jay Chou) is the one with "super powers". The onlythings Britt Reid can do is be very obnoxious and use his money andpower of the press to sensationalize his character while giving nocredit to Kato. The origin of this story comes from "The GreenHornet's" debut in 1936 on the radio. The character was created byGeorge W. Trendle and Frank Striker and has taken a journey throughvarious mediums in time including a comic book and television series inthe mid 1900s. However, its newest medium in 3D fails to capture thespark that lit the character's way to fame. The lackluster film beginswith showing the bad relationship that Britt had with his father JamesReid (Tom Wilkinson) when he was a kid. This scene is followed by avery special cameo appearance of James Franco while establishing theego of the character of criminal Benjamin Chudnofsky (Cristoph Waltz,"Inglourious Bastards") and his aspiration to rake over the streets.Chudnofsky later changes his name to "Bloodnofsky" in order to soundscarier in his pursuit to take down Britt's alter ego "The GreenHornet" which forms after his father dies from an allergic reaction toa bee sting. As Britt's alter ego begins to take over the street solelybecause of Kato who does not receive any recognition and their car "TheBlack Beauty", a secret about Britt's father unfolds along with a lovetriangle between Britt, Kato and Britt's new secretary Lenore Case(Cameron Diaz)

    The most memorable scene in the film is James Franco's cameo of thecriminal mastermind of the city. He receives a little less than fiveminutes of screen time with Cristoph Waltz's character Chudnofsky whowork together to create a scene with great acting and a subtle comedicundertone. After this scene it is an uphill battle for the charactersof Kato and Chudnofsky to salvage the remains of the film. Kato doesthis with his skill and gadget repertoire while Chudnofsky strives toboost his ego with decent one-liners.

    The problems with the film do not necessarily stem from the subjectbecause the film really could have been a decent superhero movie.Instead the two biggest problems fall into the categories of castingand entertainment. Seth Rogan is actually a very funny guy and a decentactor when he is cast in the right film as a supporting character ("TheForty Year Old Virgin", "Funny People"), but when the spotlight is onhim in a film outside his genre repertoire bad things happen. Rogan iscompletely out of his element with the role of Britt Reid and is notable to do anything about it. He is not a likable character at all andis completely overshadowed by Kato. The film should have been savedfrom its entertainment factor, but fails on this account as wellbecause the film is downright boring.

    Boring is the word of the day when it comes to "The Green Hornet" whichshould have abused the 3D medium with "The Black Beauty" and Kato'sheightened senses. However, a better name suited for the film is onespoke of by Britt himself when he talks about his alter ego being named"the Green Bee" exemplifying a boring undertone that would help keepyou away from theaters and waiting for DVD.

  6. John DeSando (jdesando@columbus.rr.com) from Columbus, Ohio
    29 Mar 2012, 3:40 pm

    "So this is what you want out of your life? This gives you sense offulfillment? I spend all night, writing about the corruption in thistown, and you do nothing." Jack Reid (Tom Wilkinson) to his son, Britt(Green Hornet Seth Rogen) The Green Hornet is unlike most othercomic-book-hero film adaptation: Seth Rogen's slacker Hornet is adipstick without a clue about navigating the crime world while Kato (pop star Jay Chou), his valet/associate, pretty much plays the BruceLee/kung-fu role as cool, even when he's goofing with the Hornet, whichis most of the time. It is also a bromance with Cameron Diaz as LenoreCase, a love interest who helps us get over the homoerotic subtext.

    Geeks know the Green Hornet franchise well: radio show from 1936 to1952; TV show in 1966 by the producers of the campy Batman TV series,while Green Hornet's greatest asset was emerging martial arts starBruce Lee. Writers Rogen and Evan Goldberg renew that 60's camp butwith it seeming out of date, as if the parodic part of the genre cyclehad long ago been played out and not welcome anymore. Of course, youcould argue that Despicable Me, Kick Ass, Megamind, and Iron Man 2 lastyear took to parody, but each one of those is more successful atmarrying the satire to the action than Green Hornet.

    The personality of the film is split—it's either satire or action,Hornet or Kato. The film is a bit away from the accepted concepts ofthis sub-genre except in Chudnofsky (Christoph Waltz), the arch villainwhose ironic reactions are an adept amalgam of menace and insouciance.

    As he did in Inglorious Basterds, Waltz commands the screen with hischarming menace. Actually he is equaled in the opening sequence, thebest scene of the movie, when he faces off James Franco in a cameo, twohoods pissing about their territory. Franco is quite good as asemi-clueless drug lord.

    Britt has daddy issues, specifically making something of his life whilenewspaper owner dad. Jack Reid (Tom Wilkinson), is a hero to the city.With dad's death, Britt decides to fight crime as the Green Hornetwhile letting everyone think he is a criminal (as in the originalversions).

    The gadgets are Bond-worthy, and Kato has the Bruce Lee charisma; it'sjust Rogen who seems out of place—not believable as a hero frombeginning to end of the film. He can be amusing as a man-kid, but thegeeks will never accept him as their hero.

    The Green Hornet has lost its buzz.

  7. dragonballevosucked from United States
    29 Mar 2012, 3:40 pm

    I don't know why I went to see this, but I wish I could get my moneyback. Wow, this movie was really irritating me. First of all, being ofan Asian descent myself, I expected Jay Chou's character Kato to besomewhat represented fairly (with respect to Bruce Lee), but most ofthe scenes have him doing all the hard work and not getting any actionfrom the ladies. There was a brief scene with Cameron Diaz, but nothinghappened. I find that kind of odd because Kato seems to be more of thesuperhero than Seth Rogen's character Britt Reid as The Green Hornet,and aren't superheroes suppose to get the ladies? There wasn't even aromance other than a brief flirtation in the office. No offense to JayChou fans, but his Asian accent wasn't very flattering either becausehis role is of a stereotypical Asian martial arts expert that drivesSeth Rogen's character Britt Reid around as a chauffeur. And Iunderstand that's how the story goes with the characters, but I findthat kind of ironic because Bruce Lee tried to avoid the Asianstereotype with the heavy accent. Besides the stereotypical Asianaccent, the fight scenes with Kato were interesting and pretty to lookat, but the fancy special effects also made the martial arts seem alittle fake. Instead of the real thing like Jackie Chan's or Jet Li'sfight scenes, I felt like I was watching a video game of a player goingthrough the motion. I understand the fight was stylized to be funny,but it felt more campy than funny (like all that was missing were thosebig letters that said "POW!"). I also found Seth Rogen as The GreenHornet awkward to watch with his overacting, obnoxious personality(which wasn't very likable throughout the movie) and I understand hewas trying to be funny too, but there wasn't anything really all thathumorous, despite some funny moments. Overall, the film felt lazilyproduced and I agree with critics like Ebert, there wasn't a wellstructured plot. It's as if Rogen wrote the story to fit his type ofcharacters that he portrays in every movie (which also kind of ruins itfor the followers of the comic) and I understand it's just anadaptation but still, even a big time star like Cameron Diaz's roleseemed to be in the movie just for her name only. And Christoph Waltz'sportrayal of the villain wasn't very inspiring either (kind of a wasteof his talent), not like Inglourious Basterds. One last thing, the 3Dglasses made the movie too dark, (it felt like a first shooter game)and did nothing to the experience.

  8. Johnny C. Wu from San Ramon, CA. USA
    29 Mar 2012, 3:40 pm

    I've been keeping my expectations low for this film and I'm glad that Idid. I was a big fan of the 60's television show, but I didn't watchany episodes until the mid 90's; so I've been waiting almost 15 yearsfor a film adaptation on the Green Hornet.

    The film is campy, the story is corny, the villain is wasted and SethRogen wrote the script. Based on the plot and the dialogs, it's not awell made movie; but it doesn't try to be. This movie could have beenwritten more seriously and be on the same map as a Christopher Nolan'sBatman film; but instead, it went on the road to be a comedic film witha lot of explosions. Some stuff didn't work, other stuff was clever &visually entertaining.

    The stuff that I admired the most are the homage to the originaltelevision show. There were some criticism to the 60's show about howthe Kato character was just a sidekick, butler, manservant, an aid or achauffeur to the Green Hornet. Bruce Lee didn't have much dialogs andhe didn't have much screen time. It was during the 60's and just havingan Asian-American to be an everyday character on a show was a big deal,so I never saw that as an insult. In this movie, they make a HUGE dealabout that subject as Seth Rogen & Jay Chou are constantly arguingabout Kato's role throughout the whole film.

    Other homage to the television show is a drawn image of Bruce Lee, AlHirt's theme "Flight of the Bumblebee" tune, and there's even ascenario from my favorite episode that has been written into the movie.The Black Beauty is also a very awesome car! The funny thing is that inthe TV show, the Black Beauty was a brand new & very recent 1966Imperial Crown sedan. In the movie, it's the exact same vehicle; butit's now a classical vintage car.

    I saw the 3D version and there were very few sequences where the 3Deffects was worth the extra price of admission. I recommend saving yourmoney and watch the 2D version instead.

    To finally sum everything up; the movie isn't good, but it brought backmy love for the characters inside the Green Hornet world. The film isvisually entertaining for what it is. I hope there's a sequel, but thatsomebody else will write its screenplay.

  9. Greco S from Bulgaria
    29 Mar 2012, 3:40 pm

    If you don't know what to expect and you haven't even seen the trailerthan i believe you are going to have great fun. The movie is not aclassic main stream super hero movie but a very nice parody making funof the way super hero movies are made, emphasizing on their blankspots. Do not expect a meaningless script like "super hero movie".Green Hornet has its own storyline that is consistent, but thecharacters and situations are hilarious. I haven't laughed so much fora long time, which makes the movie a success judging by the result. Ibelieve it is a great way to spent an evening if you want to relax andwatch an easy entertaining movie.

  10. Paul Haakonsen from Denmark
    29 Mar 2012, 3:40 pm

    I watched "The Green Hornet" with a sense of skepticism. Having grownup with the original TV series, this movie really had some big shoes tofill out. And surprisingly enough, it managed to do so in a good enoughway. But there were also aspects of the movie that were less thansuccessful.

    First of all, Seth Rogen (playing Britt Reid/The Green Hornet). No, no,no. I know he was involved in directing and writing the movie and all,but he is not chiseled out for an action role of this caliber. I doadmire his spirit and enthusiasm, but he is more suited for comedymovies. Seeing him in this role didn't go well with me. He did bringalong some comedy, but it didn't work so well in this particular movie.

    And the scene at the beginning where Britt Reid was bringing home awoman and they went through the garage and sat in all the cars (showingthem off for the audience, actually) in high-speed capture, what was upwith that? Already at that point, the movie started to falter andcrash.

    Jay Chou (playing Kato) certainly had HUGE shoes to fill out after theoriginal role was played by Bruce Lee. And actually Chou did a decentenough job, with good acting and well-choreographed action/fightingsequences. So hats off to him for that.

    However, the most memorable person in the movie was Christoph Waltz(playing Chudnofsky). He was fantastic as a villain and worked his rolevery well and very convincingly. Plus there was also a good sense ofhumor to his role, and it worked well.

    The story told in the movie was fast-paced, captivating and interestingenough to keep you enthralled throughout the entire feature length.

    For an action movie, then "The Green Hornet" is actually quite good.But for a follow-up to the legacy of the TV series, the movie is amediocre attempt with good intentions. Had they cast someone else forBritt Reid, it would have worked much better. Now, I am not saying thatSeth Rogen is a bad actor, he was just ill-suited for this role. "TheGreen Hornet" is good entertainment if you are in for an evening ofaction, corny one-liners and a trip down memory lane.

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