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Star Trek Into Darkness
公開日: 2013年5月16日
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Beyond the darkness, lies greatness.


A series of terrorist attacks on Earth places Captain James T. Kirk on a mission to deal with the culprit. Nothing is as it seems, as the Starship Enterprise is entangled in covert machinations to ignite war between the Federation and the Klingon Empire, with an ancient enemy in the mix. With alliances tested, relationships strained and differing motives clashing, how costly will the thirst for vengeance prove?

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The temple raided by Kirk and McCoy

During early 2259, on the Class M planet of Nibiru, Captain James T. Kirk is being chased away from a temple located at the base of an active volcano by native Nibirans. He is startled by an animal, and stuns it with his phaser. Behind the animal is an upset Leonard McCoy; Kirk has just stunned their "ride", forcing the two of them to flee on foot. Kirk had stolen a scroll sacred to the Nibirans.

Meanwhile, Hikaru Sulu is piloting a shuttlecraft into the volcano, with Spock and Nyota Uhura on board. Spock is encased in a heat suit, and preparing to detonate a cold fusion device inside the volcano that would stop a cataclysmic eruption from extinguishing life on the planet. Kirk tells them of their plight by communicator. Spock reminds Kirk about the Prime Directive, as the Nibirans are a primitive civilization. Kirk assures his first officer that he and Dr. McCoy were disguised; they were merely leading the natives further away from the volcano. With the shuttlecraft's thruster choked by ash, Spock has to act fast. After a kiss from Uhura, he is lowered by cable into the volcano. During the descent, the shuttlecraft takes too much damage, and Sulu attempts to abort the drop. The cable Spock is hanging by snaps, dropping him into the volcano. Surprisingly, he survives the fall in his protective suit, and the cold fusion device is still operational. Sulu and Uhura are forced to abandon the shuttle; Uhura promises they will get Spock out.

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Harbinger of death

Satisfied they were far enough from the volcano, Kirk hangs the scroll he stole off a tree. The Nibirans cease their pursuit, allowing Kirk and McCoy to get away, jumping off a cliff into the ocean. Using miniprops and breathing apparatuses, they swim to the Enterprise and board through an airlock. Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott is still not happy that they are hiding at the bottom of an ocean, complaining that the salt water may impede their ability to launch. The officers return to the bridge. Spock arms the cold fusion device, which has a three-minute timer. The volcano has a small eruption, with pyroclastic ejecta destroying the temple in which the group of Nibirans had been worshiping. Nibiru has a very strong magnetic field that was jamming their transporters; the only way they can save Spock is by revealing themselves to fly above the volcano, which would violate the Prime Directive. Kirk asks Dr. McCoy what Spock would do if Kirk were the one deploying the device; Bones replies that Spock would let him die. Spock was indeed prepared for that likelihood. The cold fusion device would freeze and kill him, along with the volcano.

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The Enterprise surfaces from the sea

The Nibirans are shocked when they see the Enterprise rising out of the ocean and above the volcano. Right before the cold fusion device is activated, Spock is beamed aboard the Enterprise, and they make their getaway. Kirk and McCoy join him in the transporter room. Spock is shocked that Kirk has blatantly violated the Prime Directive. Uhura tells them that the cold fusion device worked, but the crew is irked by Spock's apparent lack of gratitude. The native Nibirans begin to worship an image of the Enterprise they have drawn in the soil, accepting it as their new deity.

The stardate is 2259.55. Back on Earth, Thomas Harewood, a Starfleet officer living in London, goes with his wife to Royal Children's Hospital, where his daughter is currently in a coma with a severe illness. After visiting her, Harewood is stopped by an unknown individual. The man says he can save Harewood's daughter.

Meanwhile, back in San Francisco, Kirk is waking up in his apartment after a night spent with a pair of Caitian women. They are annoyed when he answers a call from Starfleet. He and Spock are summoned to the office of Admiral Pike. Kirk is convinced they are going to be given Starfleet's first five-year mission of deep space exploration, though Spock is doubtful. When they arrive, Pike reveals that there are discrepancies between the captain's log on Nibiru, and a report Spock filed about it; namely being, the former said that it was 'uneventful', while the latter detailed a breaking of the Prime Directive. Kirk is dismayed by Spock's apparent betrayal. After a brief argument, Pike dismisses Spock, and proceeds to dress Kirk down for his lack of humility and respect for the chair. Kirk counters that Pike convinced him to join Starfleet because of his maverick attitude. Starfleet Command, however, saw it differently. The head of Starfleet Command, Admiral Alexander Marcus, formed a tribunal that did not include Admiral Pike. They relieved Kirk of his command, and ordered him to return to Starfleet Academy. Pike tells Kirk pointedly that one day his reckless leadership is going to get his entire crew killed.

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The bombing of the Kelvin Memorial Archive

Back in London, the unknown man extracts a vial of his own blood, and places it in a package along with a ring. The package goes to Harewood, who adds the vial's contents to his daughter's IV. As it begins to enter her bloodstream, her vitals return to normal. Harewood kisses his daughter's forehead in relief, knowing she will now be all right. Not long after, he goes to work at the Kelvin Memorial Archive, catching sight of the unknown man before entering, and takes a long elevator down below the archive. He goes to his workstation with a glass of water. After sending a message to Admiral Marcus, he drops the ring into the water, which quickly fizzes, then causes a massive explosion at the Kelvin Archive.

Kirk is drowning his sorrows at a local bar in San Francisco. He is about to talk to another woman when Admiral Pike sits between them. Kirk is surprised he found him; Pike simply says he knows Kirk well, recalling the bar fight back in Iowa before Kirk enlisted. He reveals that Starfleet gave the Enterprise back to Pike. Kirk suggests keeping Spock as first officer isn't a good idea, but he's been transferred to the USSBradbury anyway. Pike pulled some strings, and got Kirk assigned to be his first officer on the Enterprise. Kirk is speechless, something Pike says is a first. He then gets a call from Starfleet. They are summoned to a meeting in the Daystrom Conference Room at Starfleet Headquarters.

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Admiral Alexander Marcus, the head of Starfleet

On their way up to the conference room, Kirk meets Spock and tells him about his demotion. Spock is relieved the punishment was not more severe. Kirk is still upset that he was betrayed. Spock admits he should have warned Kirk beforehand that he would file a truthful report about the Nibiru incident. After a brief meeting with Frank Abbott, captain of the USS Bradbury, Kirk admits he'll miss Spock, though is irked when Spock is left speechless. Admiral Marcus opens the meeting. The message he received from Harewood was a confession, and informed him of who put him up to the attack: John Harrison, a Starfleet officer that has gone rogue. The officers present look over images taken of the scene after the attack, where 42 people were killed. Kirk notices Harrison in the images with a bag, and asks Pike about it. Admiral Marcus notices and asks Kirk what the problem is. Kirk begins to express confusion as to why Harrison would target just an archive. Kirk says Harrison must have known that a terrorist attack on a Starfleet facility would result in this kind of meeting.

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John Harrison attacks the Starfleet brass

Before Kirk can elaborate on his concerns, a jumpship appears outside their conference room, and opens fire, killing Captain Abbott. The officers take cover, and security personnel enter to combat the jumpship. Kirk takes up a phaser rifle and attacks it from the side to little effect. He sees the jumpship's engine intake, and gets an idea. He opens one of the firehose units and ties it around his rifle. As he works, Admiral Pike is fatally shot, and Spock pulls him to safety. Kirk throws the rifle and fire hose, which get sucked into the jumpship's intake. It takes the entire hose, then yanks its base out of the wall and through the engine, disabling the ship. Kirk gets a look at Harrison as he beams out of the falling jumpship. In the meeting room, Spock does a mind meld with Pike right before he dies. Kirk then arrives, and breaks down at the death of his mentor.

Meanwhile, Harrison materializes on a completely different planet, lifts up the hood of his longcoat and walks away.


Kirk is recovering emotionally from the attack alone in his apartment, when he gets a call from Spock. Scotty was investigating the wreckage of Harrison's jumpship, and found a portable transwarp beaming device on board. Its destination is set somewhere they normally cannot follow. Kirk and Spock head to Starfleet Headquarters, and they tell Admiral Marcus where Harrison ended up: Qo'noS, the homeworld of the Klingon Empire. Marcus was afraid this would happen. Spock notes Harrison materialized on a nominally uninhabited province of the planet, and Kirk says he is not afraid to go after him. Marcus comes clean about the true nature of Harrison and Harewood's target. They bombed a secret facility of Section 31, Starfleet's black ops division, which was researching weapons and tactics for a potential fight with the Klingons. As far as he is concerned, the war was already beginning. He has a new variety of advanced long-range torpedoes that Kirk can use to covertly take out Harrison. He gives Kirk back the Enterprise, and Kirk insists Spock be his first officer again.

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Dr. "Carol Wallace" joins the crew of the Enterprise

As they prepare to return to the Enterprise, Spock expresses his misgivings with killing Harrison without a trial, and insists Kirk take some of the time on the way to reconsider. Dr. McCoy joins them, telling Kirk he missed his check-up, which he does on the shuttlecraft. They are joined by Doctor Carol Wallace, a weapons expert who was assigned by Admiral Marcus as an extra science officer. Spock is alarmed by this turn of events. Kirk is just as surprised, but (as always with Kirk) noticing that Wallace is a very attractive young woman, welcomes the extra help. When they get on board, Spock heads immediately to the bridge, while Kirk talks with Scotty in engineering. Scotty is unwilling to allow the photon torpedoes on-board, because he cannot examine the shielded devices, and the Section 31 personnel refuse to tell him what they are fueled by. He does not want to risk firing unknown weapons around the warp core; any instability could wreck it and kill everyone on board. He is also upset that his transwarp equation was appropriated by Starfleet Command, ending up in Harrison's hands for his crime spree. When Kirk insists the torpedoes be loaded in, Scott resigns, with Keenser following suit. Scotty begs Kirk not to use the torpedoes before he departs.

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"Sometimes I want to rip the... bangs off his head."

Kirk returns to the bridge with Uhura. He tells her of Scotty's resignation, and his recent issues with Spock. She lets on that she and Spock have been having problems recently as well. Before they can discuss it in more detail, they arrive. Kirk promotes Pavel Chekov to chief engineer, since he had been shadowing Scotty recently, and tells him to put on a red shirt and head to engineering. They depart and proceed to Qo'nos. Kirk issues an all-call with his general orders for the mission. When they arrive at the edge of Klingon space, they will take a craft to Qo'noS and apprehend John Harrison on the planet. If he refuses to go quietly, then they will use the missiles. Spock is relieved that he reconsidered Admiral Marcus's original orders, and suggests he could join him on his mission. He then goes back to engineering, where he confronts Carol Wallace. The identity she presented Kirk was fake; Admiral Marcus is her father, and Wallace is her mother's maiden name. Her real name is Carol Marcus. He demands to know why she is really on the ship.

Before they get to Qo'noS, the ship drops out of warp. Chekov found a coolant leak in the warp core, and stopped it manually. They are still twenty minutes away from Qo'noS. Kirk recruits Uhura, who knows Klingon, to join him and Spock. He gives Sulu command for the first time, with orders to contact Harrison before they arrive to demand his surrender. Dr. McCoy is concerned, but Kirk is sure Sulu is up to the task. They use a vehicle that they had confiscated a month before in the "Mudd Incident". He orders two other officers, including Hendorff, to remove their red shirts and change into more casual clothing; they cannot have any obvious connection to the Federation on this mission, lest they start an interstellar war. Chekov assures Kirk he will try his best to repair the engines before they return.

As Kirk pilots their vehicle to Harrison's location, Sulu sends his message, giving Harrison two minutes to surrender, or he will be wiped out with new advanced weapons. His message is assertive enough that it startles the previously sceptical Dr. McCoy. While flying around Qo'noS, Uhura and Spock begin to argue, much to Kirk's dismay. Uhura is upset at Spock's apparent lack of feelings recently, especially after his rescue at Nibiru. Spock tries to assure her she is mistaken by his attitude. He recalls his mind meld with Admiral Pike, and how he felt Pike's final emotions before his death. They reminded him of how he felt when Vulcan was destroyed. He assures Uhura that he simply does not want that kind of despair anymore, and his feelings for her are still as strong as ever.

Their relief is short-lived as their ship comes under fire from a D4 class Klingon vessel, apparently on a random patrol. Without any offensive capabilities, Kirk is given access to all the ship's fuel cells to evade the patrol's fire and try to outrun it. He finds a narrow space and squeezes the ship through it, evading capture. Kirk thinks they have escaped, but Uhura suggests they may be jamming sensors. They are soon surrounded by three more D4 ships, ordering them to land. Uhura tells them they will be tortured, interrogated and killed. She insists she be allowed to try to reason with them. They land, and Uhura leaves the shuttle, confronted by about fifteen Klingon warriors in full-face armored helmets. Spock warns Kirk not to interfere, lest he incur their wrath and Uhura's. Still, Kirk gets some phasers ready just in case. Uhura tells the Klingon patrol that they are on the planet to arrest a criminal who has put both their planets in danger. The leader of the patrol, who removes his helmet, tells her he has little concern for Humans killing Humans. She counters that the criminal has no honor, hoping to play on the Klingons' strong traditions. He grabs Uhura and draws a knife, prepared to kill her.

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Harrison rescues the Enterprise party

Suddenly, somebody shoots down the Klingon patrol: it's Harrison, armed with a rapid fire rifle and a larger beam cannon. The Enterprise officers attack, in a mix of phaser fire and hand-to-hand combat. Kirk has little luck physically, but is able to shoot several Klingon warriors armed with disruptors and various blade weapons, including daggers and bat'leths. Harrison proves to be very adept with his phaser cannon as well as hand-to-hand. Other Klingon ships drop reinforcements, but they are killed as well. Harrison kills the last few Klingons with their own knives. He turns his cannon on Kirk, and asks how many of those torpedoes he has. Spock replies after Kirk doesn't saying that they have 72. Harrison immediately surrenders unconditionally. Kirk accepts, then attempts to knock Harrison out by punching and beating him repeatedly, none of which has any effect on him whatsoever.

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Kirk confronts his mysterious prisoner

Harrison is returned to the Enterprise and taken to the brig. Dr. McCoy takes a blood sample, to try to figure out the prisoner's physiology. Harrison insists that he be allowed to speak with Kirk. Spock thinks he wants to get into Kirk's head, but Kirk agrees. Harrison somehow knows about the damage to the warp core, suggesting something is amiss. He tells Kirk two things. First, Harrison gives Kirk a set of coordinates: 23-17-46-11, a point near Earth. Harrison says Kirk can find some answers there. He then insists they open one of the photon torpedoes to find out exactly what is inside. Back on Earth, Scotty is at a bar with Keenser. Scotty is upset that Keenser allowed him to go through with resigning. Kirk contacts Scotty and gives him the coordinates Harrison gave him. He admits Scotty was likely right about the torpedoes, which he accepts as an apology, though he cuts the conversation short. Though Scotty is in no mood to do Kirk any favors, Keenser insists they help anyway.

The Enterprise is still hobbled, but has enough power to go to a nearby planetoid, where they can safely examine one of the photon torpedoes. Kirk assures Chekov that the engine issues are likely not his fault. They sent a message to Admiral Marcus that they captured Harrison, but have received no reply. Spock reveals the true identity of Carol Marcus, and suggests she and Dr. McCoy can try to open a photon torpedo. Marcus directs the surgeon in cutting a necessary wire. The moment he does, the compartment slams shut on his arm, and the torpedo arms with a thirty-second timer. Marcus disarms it with 2.57 seconds to spare, and it opens, revealing a cryotube with a frozen person inside.

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"My name is... KHAN."

The coordinates take Scotty to Jupiter, where he finds a large shipyard. Following a sortie of similar shuttlecraft, what they see inside is absolutely stunning. Back on Enterprise, Dr. McCoy examines the cryotube. The body preserved inside is still viable, but Humans have not needed cryogenic technology since they became warp-capable. The person inside is three hundred years old. Kirk and Spock return to Harrison for answers. He says all the torpedoes contain his old crew. He reveals himself to be Khan, a genetically-engineered Human. He and his crew were exiled into space at the end of the 20th century. His cryoship was found by Admiral Marcus after the destruction of Vulcan, and he alone was awoken. Marcus wanted his savagery as well as his intellect to prepare for potential war with the Klingons. He also reveals that Marcus wanted Kirk to fire those torpedoes on Qo'noS and purposely sabotaged the Enterprise's warp core, leaving them stranded for the Klingons to find, igniting the war Marcus desires. Kirk refuses to accept it and condemned Khan's actions. Khan states that Marcus held his crew hostage to force him to do his bidding. He put his crew in the torpedoes for their protection, but had no idea they would be found. He escaped alone. Khan says he committed his terrorist acts on the assumption that his crew had been killed.

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The Enterprise is confronted by the Vengeance

A ship approaches the Enterprise, but not from Klingon space. Kirk has Khan moved to medbay under heavy guard. The ship is an enormous unmarked Starfleet vessel, the USSVengeance. Kirk is hailed by Admiral Marcus; he has the communication broadcast throughout the ship and recorded. He tells Admiral Marcus that engine issues had prevented him from killing "Harrison", revealing he knows the man's true identity. He also suggests Marcus knows what's going on. Marcus, in turn, accuses Kirk of being affected mentally by Khan, and insist he be killed immediately. He then orders Kirk to turn Khan over, but the Enterpriseテンプレート:'s transporters are down. He erroneously tells Marcus that Khan is in engineering. He then breaks communication, and asks Chekov if they can go to warp. He says they can, but the warp core is still hobbled, so it's risky. They go to warp anyway, and head to Earth.

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Khan agrees to help Kirk

While on their way, Khan reminds Carol that they are not safe at warp speed. Carol runs to the bridge, and warns Kirk that the Vengeance has the ability to engage other ships at warp speed. Indeed, Vengeance catches up, and proceeds to fire upon the Enterprise, inflicting heavy damage and causing it to drop out of warp speed between Earth and its Moon. Admiral Marcus accuses Kirk of going rogue in league with Khan, and fires another crippling volley on the ship, disabling its engines. Carol tries to contact Admiral Marcus, not believing her father would destroy the Enterprise if he knew she were on-board – he simply beams her aboard the Vengeance.

Kirk attempts to plead for his crew, but Marcus states he was going to kill them anyway. Before he can destroy the Enterprise, though, the Vengeance's systems are reset. Kirk immediately gets contacted by Scotty, who had sneaked on-board Vengeance. It will take time for its systems to restart, so they have an opening to stop Admiral Marcus. Kirk puts Spock on the comm. Spock is resistant, but Kirk insists the Enterprise needs somebody who "knows what they're doing" at its command. Kirk heads to sickbay, and asks Khan about the Vengeanceテンプレート:'s capabilities. It is a Dreadnought級, twice as big, three times as fast, and far more heavily armed than the Enterprise. At the same time, McCoy injects Khan's blood into a dead tribble to examine his blood's effects. Kirk asks for Khan's help, assuring him this is only opportunity to save his crew.

The two will traverse space to board Vengeance. The ship maneuvers enough to line up their waste exhaust with one of Vengeanceテンプレート:'s airlocks, and have Scotty stationed to open it manually. Kirk and Khan don thruster-powered spacesuits and navigate the debris field to Vengeance. During the flight, Kirk's helmet is hit by a piece of debris, knocking out his heads-up display. Khan is also knocked off course, but reestablishes himself and encourages Kirk to align himself with his course and enter the airlock together. Inside Vengeance, Scotty is caught by a lone security officer, but he is able to actuate the airlock, allowing Khan and Kirk in, while also blowing out the security officer.

Spock asks Uhura to patch him through to New Vulcan and reaches his counterpart, Ambassador Spock. He asks about Khan and if his elder self had encountered him before. Although he did not want to alter his younger self's destiny, he makes an exception in this case. He reveals that Khan is none other than Khan Noonien Singh and was the most dangerous adversary ever faced by the crew of his Enterprise; he is brilliant, ruthless and will not hesitate to kill everybody aboard. The elder Spock says they defeated Khan, but at a terrible cost.


On the bridge of the Vengeance, Admiral Marcus confronts Carol, who simply slaps him, and expresses her shame for being his daughter. Khan, Kirk and Scotty head toward the Bridge on foot, with Khan navigating them through the engine compartments where weapons cannot be safely used. They succeed in one fistfight with Vengeance crew. Khan jumps ahead of them briefly. Kirk tells Scotty to stun Khan the moment they secure the Bridge. Spock orders all his medical personnel to engineering, and asks Dr. McCoy to work on arming the torpedoes. Right when the Vengeance's weapons come back online, Kirk and his crew make it to the bridge, and stun everyone except Admiral Marcus and Carol. Scotty then stuns Khan as ordered. Kirk places Admiral Marcus under arrest, and orders him out of the chair, not wanting to take him by force in front of his daughter. However, Khan is not as stunned as they had hoped - he gets up and attacks Scotty and Kirk. He then breaks Carol's leg, and crushes Admiral Marcus's skull.

Khan hails the Enterprise, and orders Spock to give him the photon torpedoes. Spock refuses, but Khan says he can get them himself without his help by disabling the Enterpriseテンプレート:'s life support system and wait for them to suffocate before retrieving them himself. Since his crew is frozen, they don't need the air anyway. Spock complies, and assists Khan in locating the torpedoes. He beams them safely aboard, then beams Kirk, Scotty, and Carol Marcus onto the Enterprise, before attacking it again. Unbeknownst to him, however, Spock had the photon torpedoes armed before beaming them to the Vengeance. They explode, hopelessly disabling the ship and leaving Khan anguished over the apparent loss of his crew. Dr. McCoy then tells Kirk that Spock had the cryotubes removed, and they are now safely in medbay.

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The Enterprise begins to spiral down to Earth

At that point, the engines go completely down, and main power fails, with backup power severely crippled. With the ship having been station keeping over Earth, it promptly begins to fall toward the planet. Spock orders all personnel to abandon ship, but the crew refuses, willing to go down with him. Kirk and Scotty make their way to engineering, a difficult trip with the ship tumbling. While there, they end up hanging from the walkways when the ship is upside down, but are saved by Chekov. When they reach the warp core, they find the injectors broken. Kirk decides to fix it himself. The chamber, however, is loaded with lethal radiation. Kirk overrides Scotty's objections by knocking him out, then enters the warp core chamber. He manages to knock the dislocated side of the injector back into place, and it fires back up. The ship enters Earth's atmosphere, but stops falling just below a cloud deck and stabilizes.

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"I'm scared, Spock..."

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The Enterpriseテンプレート:'s systems gradually return online. When he wakes up, Scotty calls Spock urgently to engineering. He goes to the door to the chamber, where Kirk is lying against it. They cannot open the chamber until it is decontaminated. Spock tells Kirk he saved the ship. Kirk says Spock did what he would've done, and he did what Spock would've done. Knowing he's going to die, Kirk tells Spock he's scared, and asks him how he is able to not feel. Spock, himself in tears, admits he doesn't know, and is failing to hold his emotions. Kirk then begins to tell Spock why he saved his life on Nibiru, and Spock replies "because you are my friend." Kirk reaches out to Spock as the Vulcan presses his hand against the partition in the salute of his world. Kirk then succumbs to radiation poisoning. In Spock, all the rage and hate felt towards the man he now blames for his friend's death erupts to the surface in a primal scream of Khan's name.

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"Set Destination: Starfleet Headquarters!"

The Vengeance falls past the Enterprise, out of control. Khan, now bent on revenge for his crew, targets his ship on a suicide run at Starfleet Headquarters, though its computers cannot guarantee it will make the target. The Vengeance crushes Alcatraz, then skims across San Francisco Bay and through San Francisco, destroying several buildings. Spock, returning to the bridge, orders Sulu and Chekov to find Khan, believing him to be capable of surviving the crash. Sensors locate him, but, there is too much interference to beam him up to the Enterprise. Spock, instead, elects to beam down to Earth and take Khan out. After a chase through the chaos that has now engulfed the heart of Starfleet, Spock catches up with Khan on-top of a moving rescue vehicle. Khan quickly relieves Spock of his phaser, leaving the two to struggle hand-to-hand.

In medbay, Kirk's body lies in an open body bag, surrounded by Dr. McCoy, Carol Marcus and Scotty. Feeling deeply the loss of his friend, McCoy dejectedly resigns to his desk... only to notice the dead tribble he tested Khan's blood on beginning to purr. Realizing the effects of the genetically enhanced blood, he orders one of Khan's people removed from its cryotube, reanimated and held in a medically-induced coma. He freezes Kirk to preserve his brain function, but he doesn't have any more of Khan's blood - he needs Khan back alive.

Spock continues to fight with Khan in an evenly matched battle. Khan tries to jump to another transport vehicle, but the Vulcan follows, proving physically to be Khan's equal. The crew cannot get contact with him, so Uhura beams to the transport vehicle. She opens fires on Khan with a phaser set to stun. Although he is not knocked out, he is distracted enough for Spock to turn the tide. He breaks Khan's arm and starts to beat on him in a rage. Uhura screams for Spock not to kill Khan; that they need him to save Kirk. Upon realizing that Kirk could be saved, Spock regains his emotional control and finishes Khan with an uppercut, knocking him out.

Two weeks later, Kirk wakes up in a hospital bed in San Francisco. Dr. McCoy had created a serum from Khan's blood to revive the captain. Kirk thanks Spock for saving his life. Spock, in turn, expresses gratitude that Jim is alive. Elsewhere, it is shown that Khan has been returned to his cryotube, and he and his crew lay frozen at an unknown location.

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Kirk giving a speech

Nearly a year after the events, Kirk addresses a gathering at the rechristening ceremony for the rebuilt USS Enterprise. He says that Starfleet should not let enemies pull them away from their true mission of exploration. Soon after, Kirk returns to the Enterprise, where all is in order to begin their five-year mission in deep space. He relieves Sulu from the conn; Sulu admits the power is addictive. Dr. McCoy is dismayed by the length of their mission. Scotty, who has returned as chief engineer with Keenser, reports the engines are "purring like a kitten". Kirk welcomes Carol Marcus aboard as part of their crew and family. Spock expresses his trust in Kirk's "good judgment" on where to begin their exploration. With that, Kirk orders Sulu to take the ship out.


"If Spock were here, and I were there, what would he do?"
"He'd let you die."

- Kirk and McCoy, prior to rescuing Spock from the volcano on Nibiru

"So they saw our ship, big deal."

- Kirk, on his decision to violate the Prime Directive

"Tell me more about this volcano. The data says it was highly volatile and if it were to erupt it would wipe out the planet."
"Let's hope it doesn't, sir."
"Something tells me it won't."

- Pike and Kirk

"Had the mission gone according to plan, Admiral, the indigenous species would never have been aware of our interference."
"That's a technicality."
"I am Vulcan, sir, we embrace technicality."
"Are you giving me attitude, Spock?"
"I am expressing multiple attitudes simultaneously. To which are you referring?"

- Spock and Pike, discussing the Nibiru mission

"Do you have any idea what a pain in the ass you are?"
"I think so, sir."
"So tell what you did wrong. What's the lesson to be learned here?"
"Never trust a Vulcan."

- Pike and Kirk, on Kirk's mistakes during the Nibiru mission

"You think the rules don't apply to you, because you disagree with them."

- Pike, informing Kirk of his demotion

"You don't respect the chair. You know why? Because you're not ready for it."

- Pike

"That was an epic beating... you had napkins hanging out of your nose."
"Yeah, that was a good fight."

- Pike and Kirk recalling their first meeting

"I said if anyone deserves a second chance, it's Jim Kirk."
"I don't know what to say."
"That IS a first... it's gonna be all right, son."

- Pike, telling Kirk that he wants him as his first officer on the Enterprise

"You got something to say, say it. Tomorrow's too late."

- Marcus

"Jim, for the love of God, don't use those torpedoes."

- Scotty, warning Kirk about the dangerous cargo the Enterprise is taking on

"Ears burning?"

- Kirk, to Spock

"Go put on a red shirt."

- Kirk, promoting Chekov to chief engineer

"Let's go get this son of a bitch."

- Kirk, on his mission to capture John Harrison

"Mr. Chekov, did you break my ship?"

- Kirk, asking Chekov what happened when the Enterprise violently drops from warp

"Jim, wait, you just sat that man down a high-stakes poker game with no cards and told him to bluff. Now Sulu's a good man, but he is no captain."
"For the next two hours he is. And enough with the metaphors, all right? That's an order."

-McCoy and Kirk

"Attention John Harrison. This is Captain Hikaru Sulu of the USS Enterprise. A shuttle of highly trained officers is on its way to your location. If you do not surrender to them immediately, I will unleash the entire payload of advanced long-range torpedoes currently locked on to your location. You have two minutes to confirm your compliance. Refusal to do so will result in your obliteration. If you test me, you will fail."
"Mr. Sulu... remind me never to piss you off."

- Sulu and McCoy on Sulu's speech

"We’re outgunned. We’re outnumbered. There’s no way we survive by going out shooting. You brought me here to speak Klingon. Let me speak Klingon."

- Uhura to Kirk on Kronos

"I am here to help you. With respect, there is a criminal hiding in these ruins. He has killed many of our people."
"Why should I care about humans killing other humans?"
"Because you value honor. And this man has none."

- Uhuara speaking in Klingon, to the Klingon commander on Kronos<p>

"Well now, if it isn't Captain James Tiberius... Perfect Hair. Did you hear that? I called him 'Perfect Hair!テンプレート:'' Ha!'"

- An intoxicated Scotty, speaking on the communicator to Kirk after his resignation as engineer

"What, you don't think I can remember four numbers? (chuckling) You of little faith! ... What was the third one?"

- Scotty, posturing to Kirk

"I once performed an emergency C-section on a pregnant Gorn; octuplets. Those little bastards bite."

- McCoy, a reference to the Star Trek game released a few weeks before the film hit theaters

"Jim, you're not actually going down there are you? You don't rob a bank when the getaway car has a flat-tire."

- McCoy

"Let me explain what's happening here. You are a criminal! I watched you murder innocent men and women; I was authorized to end you! And the only reason why you are still alive is because I am allowing it; so shut... your... mouth!"
"Captain are you going to punch me again over and over till your arm weakens? clearly you want to so tell me: Why did you allow me to live?"

- Kirk and John Harrison

"23-17-46-11, coordinates not far from Earth. If you want to know why I did what I did, go and take a look."
"Give me one reason why I should listen to you"
"I can give you 72. And they're on board your ship, captain. They have been all along."

- John Harrison and Kirk

"John Harrison was a fiction created the moment I was awoken by your Admiral Marcus to help him advance his cause. A smoke screen to conceal my true identity. My name is... Khan."

- "John Harrison", revealing the truth

"Why would a Starfleet admiral ask a three hundred year old frozen man for help?"
"Because, I am... better"
"At what?"

- Kirk and Khan

"Alexander Marcus needed to respond to an uncivilized threat in a civilized time and for that, he need a warrior's mind - my mind... to design weapons and warships."
" You're suggesting the admiral violated every regulation he vowed to uphold simply because he wanted to exploit your intellect?"
"He wanted to exploit my savagery. Intellect alone is useless in a fight, Mr. Spock, you, you can't even break a rule, how could be expected to break bone?

- Khan and Spock

"Marcus used me to design weapons to help him realize his vision of a militarized Starfleet. He sent you to use those weapons, to fire my torpedoes on an unsuspecting planet. And then he purposely crippled your ship in enemy space leading to one inevitable outcome: the Klingons would come searching for whomever was responsible and you would have no chance of escape. Marcus would finally have the war he talked about, the war he always wanted."

- Khan revealing Marcus' plan to Spock and Kirk

"My crew is my family, Kirk. Is there anything you would not do for your family?"

- Khan

"I'm sorry..."

- Kirk to his crew as the Vengeance prepares to destroy the Enterprise

"It’s not easy! Will ya give me two seconds, ya mad bastard!"

- Scotty, responding to Kirk’s request to open the USS Vengeanceテンプレート:'s air lock

"Mr. Spock."
"Mr. Spock."

- Spock Prime and Spock greeting each other on the Enterpriseテンプレート:'s viewscreen

"I will be brief. In your travels, did you ever encounter a man named Khan?"
"As you know I have made a vow never to give you information that could potentially alter your destiny. Your path is yours to walk and yours alone. That being said, Khan Noonien Singh is the most dangerous adversary the Enterprise ever faced. He is brilliant, ruthless and he will not hesitate to kill every single one of you."
"Did you defeat him?"
"At great cost, yes."

- Spock and Spock Prime

"As soon as we get to the bridge, drop him."
"Khan? I thought he was helping us!"
"I'm pretty sure we're helping him."

- Kirk and Scotty on the Vengeance

"Admiral Marcus, you're under arrest."
"You're not actually gonna do this, are you?"
"Admiral, get out of the chair."
"You better stop and think about what you're doing, Kirk. You better think about what you did on Qo'noS. You made an incursion onto an enemy planet, you killed a Klingon patrol... Even if you got away without a trace, war is coming! And who's gonna lead us?! YOU?! If I'm not in charge, our entire way of life is decimated! So, you want me off this ship? You better kill me."
"I'm not gonna kill you, sir. But I could stun your ass and drag you out of that chair. I'd rather not do that in front of your daughter."

- Kirk and Marcus, with the former trying to arrest him at gunpoint

"You should have let me sleep!"

- Khan, crushing Admiral Marcus's skull

"You betrayed us!"

- Spock, to Khan

"Your crew requires oxygen to survive, mine does not. I will target your life support systems located behind the aft nacelle and after every single person aboard your ship suffocates, I will walk over your cold corpses to recover my people. Now... shall we begin?"

- Khan, delivering the Enterprise his ultimatum

"Well Kirk, it seems apt to return you to your crew. After all... no ship should go down without her captain!"

- Khan

"The ship's dead, sir! She's gone!"
"No, she's not!"

- Scotty and Kirk, on the Enterpriseテンプレート:'s precarious situation

"I'm scared, Spock. Help me not to be. How do you choose not to feel?"
"I do not know. Right now, I am failing."
"I wanted you to know why I couldn't let you die... why I went back for you..."
"Because you are my friend."

- Kirk and Spock


- Spock, experiencing rage at Kirk's apparent death

"Go get him."

- Uhura, to Spock, before he beams down to San Francisco to pursue Khan

"Spock, stop! He's the only chance we have to save Kirk!"

- Uhura, trying to stop Spock from killing Khan

"Don't be so melodramatic. You were barely dead."

- McCoy after Kirk regains consciousness

"Are you feeling homicidal, power-mad, or despotic?"
"No more than usual."

- McCoy and Kirk

"You saved my life."
"You know, Uhura and I had a hand in it, too."

- Kirk (to Spock), with McCoy piping up

"There will always be those who mean to do us harm. To stop them, we risk awakening the same evil within ourselves. Our first instinct is to seek revenge when those we love are taken from us. But that’s not who we are. We are here today to rechristen the USS Enterprise, and to honor those who lost their lives. Nearly one year ago, when Christopher Pike first gave me his ship, he had me recite the Captain's Oath. Words I didn’t appreciate at the time. Now I see them as a call for us to remember who we once were and who we must be again. And those words…"

- Kirk, as he is giving a speech at the memorial

"Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Her five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new lifeforms and new civilizations; to boldly go where no one has gone before."

- Kirk

"It's hard to get out of it once you've had a taste, isn't that right Mr. Sulu?"
""Captain" does have a nice ring to it. Chair's all yours, sir."

- Kirk and Sulu

"Scotty, how's our core?"
"Purring like a kitten, captain. She's ready for a long journey."

- Kirk and Scotty, as the Enterprise prepares to embark on a five-year mission

"Five years in space... God help me!"

- McCoy

"Where should we go?"
"As a mission of this duration has never been attempted, I defer to your good judgement, captain."

- Kirk and Spock


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The sequel's development was announced on March 30, 2009, over a month before the first film was released. Writers Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, and Damon Lindelof were aiming to deliver the script to Paramount by December 2009 for a possible summer 2011年 release, but the release changed to 2012 as no script had been written when that initial target neared. [1] [2] Orci attributed the initial delay to other projects they wanted to do; then deciding if the initial story they thought of was the best one; and the "scary" notion of a new timeline where they had absolute freedom. "Since we freed it from the original timeline we had narrative freedom, which is sometimes worse. Absolute freedom is sometimes scarier than what you have to do," he said. [3]

Lindelof said the jumping off point for the story was deciding whether Khan Noonien Singh would be the villain, and they weighed the pros and cons of him appearing. テンプレート:TrekMovie.com Abrams felt "It'll be fun to hear what Alex and Bob are thinking about Khan. The fun of this timeline is arguing that different stories, with the same characters, could be equally if not more compelling than what's been told before. [...] Certain people are destined to cross paths and come together, and Khan is out there... even if he doesn't have the same issues." [4] Lindelof added another important decision was deciding whether to dedicate the film entirely to the fallout of Vulcan's destruction, or letting it simmer for another film. [5] He stated the planet's destruction "cast a pallor over this entire Federation that needs to be reconciled. So I think, in a lot of ways, Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise is fighting for the soul of Starfleet in this movie." [6]

Alex Kurtzman commented, "Sequels are about the bad guy. [...] In a second movie, the reason the bad guy is so important is because he tests them. And that is always the joy of the best sequels." テンプレート:Trekmovie.com He added Kirk has "never sent men and women to their deaths before, so what's going to happen when that kind of question comes up for him?" テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Chris Pine said that "I'd say the threat is even greater in this one. The force [the crew] are met with is much more frightening." [7]

Abrams and Orci told the Los Angeles Times they heard that fans would like modern, relevant issues to be explored in the sequel. [8] At the Blu-ray/DVD launch for Star Trek, Lindelof indicated some of the film may be set during the time frame of the previous film, which was from 2233 to 2258. Orci told Anthony Pascale he was looking at novels by Arthur C. Clarke or Larry Niven - such as The Mote in God's Eye, in a reply made on Pascale's forum - for inspiration. He also rewatched the original episodes, examining how they would unfold in the alternate reality, テンプレート:Trekmovie.com and looked for Star Trek novels he hadn't read yet for further inspiration. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com

In February 2011, Orci and Lindelof announced they were in the process of writing the script for the the film and had relocated themselves to a hotel room for five weeks in order to better do it without any distractions. They also asked for fan input on what the general consensus is for the "proper" name of the main deflector dish that has been an integral part of starship design throughout Star Trek. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Orci indicated that filming would begin in fall 2011. He added the film would build on the previous one, but it still had to attract new fans and stand by itself without relying on its predecessor. [9]

The film's pre-production or "prep" began in April 2011, based on a detailed seventy-page outline of the story. Orci stated they were awaiting Abrams' approval on a completed script, as he was preoccupied with completing Super 8. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com After that film's release, Abrams estimated that making Super 8 had put the Star Trek sequel "probably six months behind". テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Orci, Kurtzman, and Lindelof added that while Abrams could begin filming that September and have the film out the following June as he did on Super 8, ultimately it may not be best for the film, as Star Trek would naturally require more intensive post-production. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com After the release of Super 8, it was announced Abrams would direct in September 2011. [10]

キャスティング 編集

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Benedict Cumberbatch as "John Harrison"

All of the major actors in the first film – namely, those portraying the command officers of the USSEnterprise (John Cho, Simon Pegg, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoë Saldana, Karl Urban, and Anton Yelchin) – will return. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Bruce Greenwood will also return as Admiral Christopher Pike. [11]

On November 4, 2011, Variety reported that Academy Award-winning actor Benicio del Toro (Traffic, Che) would be offered the role of the villain in the sequel. [12] Latino Review reported that Del Toro would play Khan Noonien Singh, a report which Abrams said was "not true." [13] Soon thereafter, it was revealed that del Toro's deal fell through and that he would not be appearing in the film. [14] Edgar Ramirez and Jordi Molla were named as possible replacements, [15] but on January 4, 2012, Variety announced Benedict Cumberbatch would be playing the villain. [16]

On November 30, 2011, it was announced that Alice Eve had been selected for a lead role in the film. [17] On December 5, Peter Weller was announced as having joined the cast in an unknown role. [18] Weller previously played John Frederick Paxton on Star Trek: Enterprise. Following press screenings of the film's first half hour in Brazil, it was confirmed he was playing Admiral Marcus. [19] On January 4, 2012, Variety reported British actor Noel Clarke will be joining the cast as a family man with a wife and young daughter. [20] Two days later, Entertainment Weekly announced that Nazneen Contractor will be playing the wife of Clarke's character. On 10 December 2012 it was reported by TrekMovie.com that Eve's character would be Carol Marcus. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com

On April 30, 2012, it was reported that Cumberbatch's role in the film is that of Khan Noonien Singh, [21] テンプレート:Trekmovie.com but Simon Pegg shot down this report, calling it "a myth." [22] Karl Urban stated "He's awesome, he's a great addition, and I think his Gary Mitchell is going to be exemplary." テンプレート:Trekmovie.com He later said, though, that "I did that interview after a 22-hour flight from New Zealand. I literally hopped off the plane into the interview." テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Orci reiterated Urban's latter statement, while confirming Cumberbatch and Eve's characters had appeared in Star Trek canon. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com When interviewed himself, Cumberbatch continued the secrecy by merely pointing to a promotional image and stating he played "that person there." (The One Show BBC One, broadcast 24th August, 2012) On December 10, 2012, StarTrek.com released a photo featuring Cumberbatch's character in a holding cell with Spock and Kirk looking on from the other side. The site also reported that Cumberbatch's character is named "John Harrison", in apparent contrast to Orci's previous comment that his character had previously appeared in Star Trek canon. テンプレート:St.com Cumberbatch's real character was revealed in late April 2013. [23]

Leonard Nimoy has stated that he did not expect to return as the original Spock in this movie, [24] but, alongside the Khan report, it was claimed that he would indeed be returning for the sequel. [25] テンプレート:Trekmovie.com It is unknown at this time why Ben Cross chose not to reprise his role as Sarek for the twelfth installment since he had reportedly expressed interest in doing so.

With the announcement of the sequel, fans once again began a campaign to bring Christopher Doohan back to the Enterprise, stating that the Enterprise needs a Doohan. IMDb states that Christopher Doohan did indeed get a role as a Transport Officer. Chris noted on his twitter page @chrisdoohan that he would not have got the part without the help of Simon Pegg and thanked fans on their Facebook page. [26]

Michael Dorn was contacted for a role during the start of filming, and was asked to play "an officer – a soldier." Eventually it was decided that "they didn’t want to mix the old with the new": Dorn had played Worf and his grandfather in the previous films and television series. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com


Abrams noted that if they make a sequel, "it would have a subtitle instead of a number." テンプレート:Trekmovie.com At the end of the Star Trek audio commentary, Damon Lindelof jokingly refers to the sequel as Pineapple. By 2012, the writers had not settled on a title. Lindelof commented Star Trek 2 was taken by スタートレック2:カーンの逆襲, and did not want a colon in the title. "Not that スタートレック:叛乱 or First Contact aren't good titles," he said, "it's just that everything that people are turned off about when it comes to Trek is represented by the colon." [27] During production, the film was codenamed Project HH. [28] Star Trek Vengeance was considered, but Abrams vetoed it because of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, although it was used as the film's title in Russia. [29]

On 7 September 2012, it was announced that a title had been chosen for the sequel. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Later that day, the title was rumored and then confirmed to be Star Trek Into Darkness. [30] テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Abrams acknowledged the title was "odd", but declared "It definitely feels like the title's appropriate: this is a story about these characters being challenged and tested and taken to a place that's about sacrifice and life and death." Additionally, Into Darkness was ambiguous enough to not spoil the story. "I remember there was a movie, An Innocent Man, and I was like, doesn't that kinda ruin everything?!?" Abrams joked. [31]

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On November 23, 2011, it was reported that the sequel would be shot in 3D for a 17 May 2013 release. [32] Abrams later clarified the film will be shot in 2D and converted into 3D during post-production. [33] It will be the first official 3D Star Trek production. Abrams was convinced to convert the film in 3D after watching converted footage of the scene in Star Trek where the USSEnterprise arrives at Vulcan. After shooting each scene, Abrams did a pass with a 3D camera which replicated the original camera moves, to help the conversion process. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Filmmaker Edgar Wright visited the set and got to direct a shot for the film. [34]

TrekMovie reported that shooting of the sequel started on January 12, 2012. Due to the permanent sets of NCIS: Los Angeles on Paramount Stage 8 and 9 the production will also be filming at the Sony Studios in Culver City. The larger sound stages enabled the filmmakers to build interconnected interiors for the Enterprise, similar to the original television show. [35] It also appeared that Hawaii was not chosen for "jungle scenes" but a location in Southern California. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Paramount officially announced the start of principal photography on 14 January 2012. [36] Other filming locations include Budweiser Brewery, Dodger Stadium, Long Beach City Hall, MCAS Tustin, and the Vasquez Rocks [37] as well as the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California. [38] Leonard Nimoy's cameo was filmed at the offices of Bad Robot. テンプレート:St.com

On Thursday 2 February 2012 and Tuesday 7 February 2012, Headquarters Casting, owned by Carla Lewis, sought background talents for the Trek sequel. According to the casting note they were searching for "attractive / refined / upscale or exotic talent ages 35-55 who are well postured / athletic to thin. Men should be in good shape, ladies must not be overly busty or curvy. The wardrobe is fitted so we need performers who are in great shape and/or on the thin side. Seeking a wide array of different ethnicities for this group, including ethnically ambiguous talent. The work date(s) are TBD, but could be numerous depending on the scene you are selected for. Would require at least one wardrobe fitting. We are submitting additional photos and the photos MUST be current and representative of how you look NOW. Some of the spots that will be picture picked will be quite featured. This is background work and we are seeking both SAG & Non-Union talent. It's possible that non-union performers may need to work SAG (depending on the work day(s) they are ultimately fit for and the number of performers working that day.)". The open call was held at 3108 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, California 91505. [39]

In the final week of January 2012, NASA astronaut and engineer Gregory Chamitoff visited the set of the Star Trek sequel. Following the appearance of several images from the filming, [40] a short video clip also appeared on the web showing a fight scene between Zachary Quinto and Benedict Cumberbatch. [41] [42] More pictures from behind the scenes appeared on the web showing Zoe Saldana and Chris Pine. [43] [44] In addition, OnLocationVacations confirmed the filming location of the previously seen images. The large green screen and the fighting scenes were filmed in Marina del Rey, California, along Jefferson Blvd. and near Grosvenor Blvd. on 23年February月2012日. [45]

On 16 April 2012 a new photo from the filming went online showing Zachary Quinto in a Starfleet space suit on a wire in front of a green screen. According to the description from On Location News a volcano is somehow involved. [46] On 17 April 2012 Go for Location reported that the Star Trek sequel is filming exterior and interior scenes all week in Downtown Los Angeles, especially Bunker Hill and the historic core areas [47] [48] and at Flower and Olympic. [49] They're also filming on multiple units at Raleigh Studios PlayaVista lot. [50] On Friday, 20 April 2012 production filmed at 710 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles (7:00 am – 10:00 pm). [51]

On 21 April 2012 the cast and crew filmed scenes at 710 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles (4/21 - 4/22/2012, 7:00 am – 10:00 pm), 650 S. Spring St. (4/21/2012, 7:00 am – 10:00 pm), in the Grand Ave. Crosswalk, between Cal Plaza and Wells Fargo Plaza (4/21 6:00 am – 10:00 pm) 350 S. Grand Ave. (4/21 6:00 am – 10:00 pm), 333 S. Grand Ave. (4/21/2012 6:00 am – 10:00 pm), 523 W. 6th St. (4/21, 7:00 am – 10:00 pm). Base camp was set up at Grand and 8th Ave. [52]

Several photos from the set in Marina del Rey, California appeared on the web showing red prop trees which were used for the surface of a red planet and a storm scene. According to a crewmember the production will wrap in Los Angeles this week and heading to the San Francisco area for the final week of filming. According to On Location Vacations there was a radio casting call in San Francisco for a big motion picture and shooting will start on 1 May 2012. [53] Just a few days later, On Location Vacations reported that an anonymous source reported about a location filming at National Ignition Facility at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, California prior to the filming in San Francisco. [54] [55] They will also film in Pleasanton. [56]

Pegg and Quinto tweeted that filming wrapped on May 8, 2012. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Afterwards, second unit filming began in Iceland for visual effects shots. Abrams previously considered filming Delta Vega exterior sequences in Iceland for the previous film: this marks the first time a Star Trek film has shot outside the United States. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com


At the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con, Roberto Orci hinted at changes to the Enterprise design and the opening credits. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com He commented upon commencement of filming that the engineering designs have been altered. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Designer Neville Page has said if there were Klingons, he would have to explore a rationale for their appearance such as their long hair, and give their species a varied appearance, perhaps with different races. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Industrial Light & Magic began working on visual effects in November 2011, starting with shots of outer space that would not require live-action elements. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com In an October 2012 interview on the talk show Conan, Abrams stated that the film was in the editing process, and debuted a three-frame clip of Spock in a volcano. [57]


Michael Giacchino confirmed he would return to compose the film's music score before filming began. [58] Giacchino composed new themes for Harrison, Admiral Marcus, and the Klingons, as well as a more "personal" arrangement of Kirk's theme. The Klingon music incorporates Klingonese lyrics sung by a choir, which was written by music editor Alex Levy. [59] Giacchino also incorporated a theme from the TV show: "I had just finished writing and shut off my computer and said I'm done done. I went downstairs and went on Twitter and someone tweeted to me 'Can you please use one of the themes from one of the old series in the new movie'... and I thought 'OK, OK' and so I went back upstairs and there was one I always particularly loved... so that will be there for you to find." テンプレート:Trekmovie.com The theme in particular is the "fight to the death" music from TOS: Amok Time heard during the climactic fight between Spock and Khan.

Depending on where the film was screened, a different song was played in the scene with Scotty and Keenser at the bar. For example, the UK edition used "The Rage That's In Us All", by Bo Bruce, while the Australian version was "The Dark Collide" by Penelope Austin. [60]

Business Wire announced that Star Trek Into Darkness would be released with Dolby Atmos "to deliver a more natural and realistic soundtrack that moves sound around and above audiences, transporting them into the outer regions of the universe". [61] [62]


  • Admiral Pike, last seen in a wheelchair at the end of スター・トレック after his ordeal with Nero, has regained his ability to walk and is now seen using a cane.
  • Star Trek Into Darkness continues to use the same stardate system devised by the screenwriters for スター・トレック. According to Robert Orci, in that system, stardate 2259.55 would be February 24. 2259. [63]
  • Admiral Marcus's model collection includes the Ares V, the Phoenix, the USSEnterprise XCV 330 the エンタープライズ(NX-01), the USSKelvin as well as the Vengeance.
  • Spock tells McCoy that "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few". Spock Prime told Kirk this in スタートレック2:カーンの逆襲.
  • Admiral Marcus reveals that the Kelvin Memorial Archive was really a base of Section 31, the Starfleet Black Ops division that existed as early as 2151, when a young Malcolm Reed was recruited by them. Section 31 was first introduced during the later seasons of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, but Section 31 agent Luther Sloan claimed that the organization has existed as a secret black ops division of Starfleet Intelligence since the founding of Starfleet. The prequel series Star Trek: Enterprise later established that this did not simply mean the beginning of the "Federation Starfleet", but the foundation of the predecessor United Earth Starfleet, which later grew into the Federation Starfleet after that organization's creation.
  • Chekov, established as a "whiz kid" at the age of 17 in スター・トレック, continues to demonstrate his proficiency by learning enough about Engineering systems to be Kirk's choice to replace Scotty as chief engineer.
  • The dialogue in the scene where Kirk dies in the radiation chamber uses some verbatim quotes from a very similar scene in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
  • The number of torpedoes containing Khan's old crew - 72 - is the same number of Augments that had survived with Khan nearly three centuries of suspended animation when Kirk discovered the SSBotany Bay in TOS: Space Seed.
  • Starfleet Command meets in the Daystrom Conference Room. Richard Daystrom was introduced in TOS: The Ultimate Computer and mentioned in other Star Trek episodes as well.
  • Christine Chapel is mentioned by name as one of Kirk's former conquests, having told Carol all about him. She has apparently transferred and is now working as a nurse.
  • In the previous film it was revealed that Uhura speaks "all three dialects" of Romulan; in this film it is revealed that she also speaks Klingon.
  • The Klingon homeworld, Kronos or Qo'noS, features the remains of an exploded moon in its orbit. This may be a homage to スタートレック6:未知の世界, in which the Klingon moon Praxis was destroyed by over-mining and insufficient safety procedures.
  • "Cupcake" – Security Officer Hendorff – who Kirk met in the bar fight in Iowa, is still serving aboard the Enterprise and accompanies Kirk to Qo'noS.
  • John Harrison takes refuge on Qo'noS in the Ketha Province. In the "Prime" reality, Ketha lowlands was the birthplace of Chancellor Martok.(DS9: Once More Unto the Breach)
  • The Vengeance destroys Alcatraz as it crashes to Earth. In VOY: Endgame, a future version of Kathryn Janeway from the year 2404 told her past self in 2378 that one could see Alcatraz from USSVoyager's ready room on a clear day, because Voyager was a museum located on the Presidio in that timeline.
  • In the film, McCoy calls John Harrison as a superman. In "Space Seed" Spock refers to Khan and his people as supermen.
  • As Kirk wakes from his coma near the end of the film, he can hear his mother and father speaking about him moments after his birth.
  • At the San Francisco bar, among the other drinks on Scotty's table is a Budweiser. Uhura ordered a Budweiser Classic in the previous film, and both this film and the previous film used a Budweiser plant for scenes in engineering.
  • McCoy uses his medical skills to assist Carol Marcus in performing "surgery" on a torpedo, something he also assisted Spock with in スタートレック6:未知の世界.
  • Scotty sabotages the Starfleet prototype USS Vengeance to help save the Enterprise. He also sabotaged the prototype USS Excelsior to help the Enterprise escape in スタートレック3:ミスター・スポックを探せ.
  • In San Francisco, trolley cars are still in use, and were seen as early as 1986 in スタートレック4:故郷への長い道.
  • In the film's London scenes, the "London Eye," a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames, built in 1999, is clearly visible and still in use.
  • Among the pedestrians in San Francisco is an Orion woman.
  • Kirk risking his life to save the Enterprise is something his prime counterpart did in スタートレック:ジェネレーションズ.


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Khan in a shower

Responding to criticism that the scene in the Enterprise shuttlecraft in which Kirk catches a glimpse of Carol Marcus in her underwear could be viewed as sexist, J.J. Abrams revealed during an interview on Conan on May 23, 2013 a segment of a deleted scene from the film in which Khan is seen taking a shower. [64]

Carol Marcus is highlighted in a deleted scene explaining that her parents had separated, thus leaving Carol to be raised by her mother alone in England. The scene thereby addresses why Carol has a different accent from her prime-reality counterpart. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com The explanatory deleted scene is the only one involving Carol Marcus. テンプレート:St.com


The film premiered at the George Street Event Cinema in Sydney, Australia on April 23, 2013. Additional premieres took place in Moscow (April 25), Berlin (April 29), and London (May 2), before wide release in Australia, New Zealand, and the UK on May 9. It premiered in Los Angeles on May 14, テンプレート:Trekmovie.com before its release in the Philippines and North America on May 16. [65] IMAX 3D preview screenings in North America took place on May 15. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Paramount announced that the film will join its World War Z in an one-week-only "Ultimate Double Feature" from August 30th to September 5th. [66]

マーケティング 編集

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The first image released from the film

IDW Publishing solicited a four-issue prequel comic book to the film titled Star Trek: Countdown to Darkness. Like the previous film's comic book prequel, Star Trek: Countdown, it was written by Mike Johnson and drawn by David Messina. Johnson also wrote the ongoing comic book and said the first, fourth, and twelfth issues contained hints of events in the film. "They are more retroactive, in the sense that after you see the movie you can go back and see where things were set up. Some are very direct; others are more thematic." テンプレート:Trekmovie.com [67]

Hasbro released Kre-O and Fighter Pods toys to promote the film. Mattel released three new Hot Wheels Star Trek Into Darkness starship models, and Quantum Mechanix announced plans to release a number of prop replicas based on historical flight models that were seen in Admiral Marcus' office. [68]

A video game, テンプレート:Dis, was released before the film. Its story and development cycle was independent of the films, but its release was delayed to promote Into Darkness.

Alan Dean Foster wrote the novelization of the film. テンプレート:St.com

The soundtrack was released by Varèse Sarabande Records.

The first nine minutes of the film was shown before IMAX 3D screenings of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on 14 December 2012. [69] The first trailer was shown before non-IMAX screenings of the film. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com

While showing scenes from the film at CinemaCon on April 15, 2013, members of the cast and crew expressed discomfort at promoting the film just hours after the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Chris Pine acknowledged the parallels between the film's plot and the real world: "Terrorism is a huge part of our lives, and we all know the effects of that." [70] Before the film's Australian premiere, Abrams commented the parallels were "horrible and unfortunate and heartbreaking [...] but I would argue that it is also one of the reasons we go to the movies - to look at our lives, to ask questions about things we are trying to figure out, to find ways to make some sense of these things." [71]

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Within hours of tickets going on sale in the UK on April 9, 2013, the London IMAX's website crashed due to heavy traffic. [72] Following its opening in the UK, Australia, Germany, Mexico, New Zealand, Austria, and German speaking Switzerland, Into Darkness set international records for the series with a gross of approximately $31.7 million. テンプレート:Trekmovie.com Reports indicated ticket sales were 70% higher than for the last film. [73]

After tickets to the US IMAX previews sold out, the film's wide release was moved up a day from its initial May 17 date. [74] The film grossed $81.1 million over its four-day opening, lower than Paramount's expected $100 million, but the film also already outgrossed its predecessor in markets such as Russia, Taiwan and Mexico. [75] The film's North American opening (three-day) weekend was actually less than the $75 million opening of the first film, while attendance by audiences under the age of 25 dropped ten percent to 25%. [76] The film dropped to third place during the subsequent four-day Memorial Day weekend, but grossed $47 million. [77]

The film has grossed a total of $458.7 million worldwide, with a domestic gross of $227.4 million and $231.3 million internationally. The film was less successful than its predecessor in North America but exceeded it in other countries such as Russia and China, overall bringing the worldwide total to a larger amount than the first film a month after its release. [78] [79] Forbes argued that Into Darkness's disappointing performance in North America was due to Abrams' refusal to spoil that John Harrison was Khan, so Paramount was "forced to craft a generic campaign based around Benedict Cumberbatch as 'Generic Bad Guy', so the excitement never took hold [...] it made fans and general moviegoers less excited about Star Trek 2 than they were four, three, or even two years ago." [80]


The film has an 87% rating on Rotten Tomatoes with an average score of 7.5/10. [81] The film has a "generally favorable" score of 72/100 on Metacritic. [82]

Among cinemagoers, the film earned an "A" rating from those polled by CinemaScore. [83]


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Star Trek Into Darkness received the following awards and honors.

Year Group Award Nominee(s) Result
2012 California on Location Awards Location Team of the Year - Studio Feature Films Becky Brake, Supervising Location Manager; Steve Woroniecki, Location Manager; Taylor Boyd, Leo Fialho, Peter Gluck, Kathy McCurdy, Golden Robert Swenson, Scott Trimble, Key Assistant Location Managers; Shelly Armstrong, Christina Otteson, Assistant Location Managers Won
2013 Golden Trailer Awards Best Summer 2013 Blockbuster Poster Empire Design, Paramount Pictures No
Best Summer Blockbuster 2013 TV Spot The AV Squad, Paramount Pictures
2013 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer Movie Star: Female Zoe Saldana No
Choice Summer Movie Star: Male Chris Pine

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Unconfirmed cast
  • Tom Archdeacon as Ensign Spyke
  • Alexandra Aristy as Starfleet HQ staff #2
  • Paris Benjamin as Enterprise crew engineer
  • Mike Dalager as Enterprise crew security
  • Paul K. Daniel as shuttle pilot
  • Leni Ford as Cosmoe
  • Ryan T. Husk as Starfleet officer
  • Coy Jandreau as Nibiran
  • Britanni Johnson as NYU nurse
  • Mike Kalinowski as Starfleet officer
  • Robert Kane as civilian
  • Hina Khan as cadet
  • Dave Kim as Starfleet Enlisted Soldier
  • Ariel D. King as Starfleet civilian
  • Bryan Lee as Starfleet cadet
  • Andrew Maiorano as Starfleet HQ staff #3
  • Brent McGee as Enterprise crew engineer
  • Westley Nguyen as civilian
  • Melissa Paulo as bar girl
  • Preston Queen as bar patron #3
  • David Rodriguez as Starfleet cadet
  • Joel Shock as security officer
  • Thomas W. Stewart as Enterprise crew engineer
  • John Tomkins
  • Kyle Valle as Starfleet civilian
  • David C. White as USS Enterprise crew
Unconfirmed stunt performers
  • John Ashker - stunts
  • Marco Bianco - utility stunts/key stunt rigger
  • Chris Brewster - stunt double: Anton Yelchin
  • Tim Connolly - stunt double: Karl Urban
  • Brycen Counts - stunts
  • Sam Creed - stunts
  • Jahnel Curfman - stunts
  • Steve DeCastro - stunts
  • Cory DeMeyers - stunts
  • Shauna Duggins - stunts
  • Robert C. Escobar - stunts
  • Ryan Gray - utility stunts
  • Nick Hermz - stunts
  • Antal Kalik - stunts
  • Zero Kazama - stunts
  • Henry Kingi, Jr. - stunts
  • Hiro Koda - stunts
  • Malosi Leonard - stunts
  • Tom McComas - stunts
  • Mike Mukatis - stunts
  • Eric Norris - stunts
  • Lin Oeding - stunts
  • J.J. Perry - stunts
  • Peewee Piemonte - utility stunts
  • Denney Pierce - stunts
  • Mark Rayner - stunts
  • Rex Reddick - stunts
  • Larry Rippenkroeger - stunts
  • Jimmy N. Roberts - stunts
  • Todd Schneider - stunts
  • Monty L. Simons - stunt rigger
  • Aaron Toney - stunts
  • Steve Upton - stunt rigger
  • Nico Woulard - stunts
Unconfirmed stand-ins
Unconfirmed crew
  • Nico Abondolo - Musician: Double bass
  • David Acord - Sound Designer/Sound Effects Editor
  • Eri Adachi - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Jan Adamczyk - Division Compositing Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Milton Adamou - Stereoscopic Post Executive
  • Chris Adams - Special Effects Toolman
  • Rose Adler - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Nikita Agrawal - Stereo Production Coordinator
  • Anjel Alcaraz - Lead Stereoscopic Artist: Stereo D
  • William Aldridge - Special Effects Second Pyrotechnic Foreman
  • Bradley Alexander - Previsualization Supervisor: Halon Entertainment
  • Alexander Alexandrov - Digital Artist
  • Michael Allen - Digital Artist: ILM
  • Patrick L. Almanza - Stereoscopic Compositor/Painter
  • Anthony Almaraz - Set Costumer
  • Tom Altobello - Property Assistant
  • Juan Alvarez - Roto Artist
  • Miriam Alvarez - Stereo Depth Artist: Stereo D
  • Michael Amato - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Ron Ames - Visual Effects Producer
  • John Amorelli - Rigging Draftsman
  • Xuzhen An - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Colin Anderson - "A" Camera Operator
  • Katie R. Anderson - Office Production Assistant
  • Pedro Andrade - Digital Compositor
  • Rich Andrade - Set Dresser
  • Callie Andreadis - Art Department Assistant
  • Tovonaina Andriamampionona - Stereoscopic Roto Artist: Stereo D
  • Beverley Joy Ang - Assistant Technical Director
  • Siau Yene Ang - Lighting Technical Director
  • Dave Anglin - Second Unit Camera Production Assistant
  • Carlos Anguiano - Pipeline Developer: Pixomondo
  • Jason Apperson - Additional Electrician
  • Erick Aragon - Rotoscope Artist
  • Oliver Arnold - Division Visual Effects Producer: Pixomondo
  • Florian Ast - Compositing Intern: Pixomondo
  • Lauren Astore - Coordinator: Digital Caliber Inc.
  • Ilya Astrakhan - Lead Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Gina Atwater - Assistant: J.J. Abrams
  • Alan Au - Art Director
  • David August - Interactive Technology Designer: OOOii
  • Adam Austin - Libra Head Operator
  • Ando Avila - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Paul A. Baccam - Stereoscopic Rotoscope Artist
  • Christian Bahr - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Uli Baier - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Buffy Bailey - Previs Artist
  • Joseph Bailey - Digital Compositor: ILM
  • Kevin Baillie - Visual Effects Supervisor: Atomic Fiction
  • Justin Ball - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • James Ballard - Compositor
  • Frank Willis Balzer - Special Effects Assistant
  • Gretchen Bangs - Stereoscopic Roto Artist: Stereo D
  • Zheng Bao - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Teri J. Barber - Set Production Assistant
  • Jennifer Barnes - Musician: Alto
  • K.C. Barnes - Senior Stereoscopic Artist: Stereo D
  • Scott Barnes - Lighting Programmer
  • Fernando Barrios - Rigging Grip
  • Jose F. Barrios - Rigging Grip Foreman
  • Vatsche Barsoumian - Vocal: Bass
  • Steven Barthen - CG Intern: Pixomondo
  • Sara Bartkiewicz - Assistant Production Coordinator
  • Brandon Bartlett - Division CG Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Chris Basso - Generator Operator / Driver, Production Van Operator
  • Ted Basso - Production Van Driver Operator
  • Michael Bauer - Digital Production Supervisor
  • Daniel Baxter - Production Assistant
  • Fritz Beck - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Julian Beeston - Utility Sound
  • Harald Belker - Concept Designer
  • Susie Bench - Additioanl Orchestrations
  • Todd Bennett - Plasterer
  • Brian N. Bentley - Senior Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Frank Berbert - Digital Compositor: ILM
  • Jeff Berrington - Special Effects Welder
  • Kelly Berthold - Additional Production Assistant
  • Maxime Besner - Stereo Compositor
  • Annalyn Betinol - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Aaron D. Beyer - Visual Effects
  • Jürgen Bilstein - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Michael Binczek - Special Effects Model Maker Gang Boss
  • Brian Bishop - Rigging Grip
  • Chris Bleth - Musician: Clarinet
  • Kerry Joseph Blackman - Assistant Editor
  • Daniel Blöcher - CG Artist: Pixomondo
  • Scott Bobbitt - Art Department Lead Man
  • Ioan Boieriu - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • James Bolt - Additional Sound Mixer
  • Jason Bomstein - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Jason Bond - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • John Bonnin - Libra Head Operator
  • Chris Bonura - Concept Artist
  • Siksit Boonyodom - Compositor
  • Konstantin Borchert - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Cris Borgnine - Visual Effects Rigging Supervisor
  • Bill Bost - Assistant: David Ellison
  • Chloe Bostian - Matte Painter: Pixomondo
  • Frankie Bourne - Production Assistant
  • Cindy Bourquin - Musician: Alto
  • Jason Bowers - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • John Bowers - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Jacon Brades - Set Production Assistant
  • Chris Bramante - Production Assistant
  • Simon Brenner - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Troy Bridenstine - Driver
  • Maxwell Britton - Set Dresser
  • Laura N. Brooks - Production Assistant
  • Michael Broom - Conceptual Designer
  • Belinda Broughton - Musician: Viola
  • Ronni Brown - Foley Artist
  • Bo Bruce - Vocals
  • Darlene Brumfield - Hair Stylist
  • Chris Bryant - Key Production Assistant
  • Fabian Buckreus - Digital Artist
  • Dorothy Bulac - Specialty Costumer
  • Andreas Bundenthal - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Bryan Burger - Ingest Manager: Stereo D
  • Aaron Burnitt - Systems Administrator: Pixomondo
  • Alex E. Burns - Driver: Day Player
  • Chris Burr - Rigging Electrician
  • David Burton - Division Visual Effects Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Sebastian Butenberg - Animation Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Andrew Byrne - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Juan Ignacio Cabrera - Digital Intermediate Supervisor
  • Moises Flores Cabrera - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Danny Caccavo - Digital Editor
  • Jay Caguioa - Stereo Compositor
  • Ian Calip - Second Assistant Director
  • Douglas Calli - Special Effects Mechanical Engineer
  • Owen Calouro - Layout Artist: ILM
  • Adam Camacho - Grip
  • Lorrie Campbell - Set Designer
  • Roberto "Boceno" Campbell - Second Assistant Camera Operator: "C" Camera
  • Sue Campbell - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Kevin A. Canamar - Supervising Set Medic
  • Jay Cannavo - Splinter Unit Production Assistant
  • Jake Capistron - Eclipse Technician
  • Roberto Cappannelli - Sound Re-Recording Mixer
  • Lauren Carara - Visual Effects Production Manager: ILM
  • Deborah Carlson - FX Technical Director: ILM
  • Tasha Carlson - Stereoscopic Depth Artist
  • Philippe Carr-Forster - Camera Operator
  • Steve Casa - Visual Effects Photographer
  • Kyle Cascadden - IT Trainee: Pixomondo
  • Christian Castaneda - Digital Compositor: ILM
  • Marco Castellani - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Monica L. Castro - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Tom Caton - Splinter Unit Boom Operator
  • Laura Caulfield - Production Legal
  • Dustin Cawood - Sound Effects Editor
  • Snata Chakraborty - Stereo Roto Artist
  • Karhoe Chan - Layout Artist: ILM
  • Can Chang - Compositor: ILM
  • Kai Chang - Digital Artist: ILM
  • Steven Chapman - Lidar Technician
  • Terry Chapman - Special Effects Second Set Foreman
  • Matt Chase - Craft Service Assistant
  • Peter Chase - Craft Service
  • Cheah Chin Chee - Digital Matte Artist
  • Jane Chen - Digital Artist
  • Jason Chen - Main Unit Data Wrangler
  • Zhongwei Chen - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Cheng Cheng - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Alexander Chiles - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Tagui Chilyan - Stereo Production Assistant: Stereo D
  • Wally Chin - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Christopher Chinea - Stereoscopic Artist: Stereo D
  • Bryan Chojnowski - Previs Artist
  • Peter Chrimes - Second Unit Key Grip
  • Steve Christensen - Art Director
  • Sam Claitor - Compositing Trainee: Pixomondo
  • Jimi Clark - Compositor: Visual Effects Element qc
  • Darrell Claunch - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Art Clever - Special Effects Welding Foreman
  • Michael Coady - Driver
  • Dan Cobbett - Compositing Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • David Cohen - Mold Shop Supervisor
  • Joshua E. Cohen - Visual Effects Artist
  • Brian R. Cole - Sculptor
  • Ryan Cole - Sound Recordist
  • Joseph Richard Collins - Specialty Costumer
  • Gus Comegys - Visual Effects Prep Colorist
  • Kit Conners - Production Assistant
  • Steve Constancio - Specialty Costumer
  • Sonia Contreras - Layout Artist: ILM
  • Jeremiah Cooke - Special Effects Hydraulic Foreman
  • Jay Cooper - Compositing Supervisor: ILM
  • Elissa Cordero - Stereoscopic Animator
  • Matt Cordero - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Jack Cornelius - Set Dresser
  • Kristen Correll - Film Loader
  • Matt Corrigan - Special Effects Artist
  • Marcela Coto - Travel Assistant
  • Daniel Cotroneo - 2nd Unit Lighting Technician
  • Erik Coutts - Transportation department
  • David Cowles - Stereoscopic On-Line Editor
  • Edward J. Cox - Rigging Electric Gang Boss
  • Maurice Cox - Senior Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Andrae Crawford - Second Assistant Camera Operator
  • Clark Credle - Second Unit First Assistant Director
  • Peter Cromwell - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Tim Croshaw - Set Designer
  • Davide Curletti - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Brian G. Curtis - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Greg Curtis - Special Effects Rigging Foreman
  • Jamie Daddio - First Assistant Accountant
  • Xu Dai - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Adam Dale - Aerial Director of Photography
  • Burt Dalton - Special Effects Supervisor
  • David Dame - Digital Artist
  • Tony Damjanov - Editorial Production Assistant
  • Enrico Damm - CG Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Nicholas Daniels - Compositor
  • David Danon - Assistant Department Head Hair
  • John Daro - Senior Digital Intermediate Colorist: FotoKem
  • Lorelei David - Visual Effects Editor: ILM
  • Erin Davis - Digital Intermediate Producer
  • Keith B. Davis - First Assistant Camera Operator "B" Camera
  • James Davis, Jr. - Depth Artist
  • Gilbert Dawson-Kesson - CG Artist: Pixomondo
  • Curtis Decker - Special Effects Machinist
  • Val Dela Rosa - Systems Architect: Stereoscopic Conversion
  • Albert Delgado - Special Effects Third Set Foreman
  • Brian Deming - Key Assistant Location Manager
  • Levon Shant Demirjian - Visual Effects Artist
  • Michelle Denering - Special Makeup Effects Artist
  • Del DePierro - Visual Effects Stereoscopic Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Mark DeSimone - ADR Mixer
  • Rustin Devendorf - Stereoscopic Depth Artist
  • Leslie Devlin - Makeup Artist
  • Peter J. Devlin - Production Sound Mixer
  • Harish Devnani - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Samantha Dewey-Gartner - Wardrobe Assistant
  • Kenny DiGiordano - Previs Artist
  • Allison Dillard - Production Safety Director
  • Matt DiNardo - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Doris Ding - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Lucas di Rago - Digital Compositor
  • Matt DiSarro - Special Effects Technician
  • Gus Djuro - Senior Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Tim Dobbert - Layout Supervisor
  • George Doering - Musician
  • Michael Dohne - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Maren Dolzmann - Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Hugo Dominguez - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Rene Dominguez - Lead Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Don Domino - Rigging Grip
  • Sebastian Domula - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Andrea Dopaso - Illustrator
  • Lisa A. Doyle - Set Costumer
  • Dennis Drozdowski - Special Effects Technician
  • Mayur Duchakke - Render Wrangler
  • Danielle Dupre - Sound Recordist
  • C. Michael Easton - Animator: ILM
  • John Eaves - Conceptual Illustrator
  • Selwyn Eddy - Digital Artist
  • Gregory M. Edgar - Property Assistant/Assistant Property Master
  • Sally Edwards - DGA Trainee
  • Sergej Eichmann - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Glen Eisner - Makeup Sculptor
  • Will Elsdale - Effects Technical Director: ILM
  • Greg Emerson - Senior Stereoscopic On-Line Editor
  • Daniel Emmerich - CG Intern: Pixomondo
  • James England - Depth Artist: Stereo D
  • Sean England - Foley Artist
  • Simon England - Second Assistant Camera Operator "A" Camera
  • Rob Engle - Stereoscopic Consultant
  • Juan Antonio Espigares Enriquez - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Denny Ertanto - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • David Espinoza - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Dale Ettema - Special Effects General Foreman
  • Bryan T. Evans - Matchmove Artist
  • Matt Evans - Assistant Editor
  • Garrett Eves - Depth Artist
  • Benjamin Ey - Division Visual Effects Producer: Pixomondo
  • Maeve Eydmann - Matte Painter: Pixomondo
  • Blake Fabian - Digital Asset Manager
  • Paul Faeldo - Stereo Compositor: Stereo D
  • Kevin Fahey - Rigging Key Grip
  • Devin Fairbairn - Layout Artist: ILM
  • Heidi Falconer - Unit Publicist
  • TJ Falls - Associate Visual Effects Producer
  • Hsuanyi Fang - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Brian Fanska - Stereoscopic Lead
  • Kasra Farahani - Art Director
  • Salina Farkas - Accounting: Pixomondo
  • Junaid Farooq - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Susana Inés Fattorini - Location Accountant
  • Dean Faulder - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Ryan Faulkner - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Daniel Fazel - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Robert Fechtman - Set Designer
  • Phylicia Feldman - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Robin Pierce Ferber - Stereoscopic Conversion Artist
  • Mariano Fernandez - Metal Shop Foreman
  • Erik Fernando - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Juan Carlos Ferrá - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Francesco Ferrara - Painter
  • Giovanni Ferrara - Paint Foreman
  • Mark Ferrer - Stereoscopic Roto Artist: Stereo D
  • Dawn Fidrick - Stereoscopic Rotoscope Artist: Stereo D
  • Will Files - Sound Re-Recording Mixer
  • Claire Finbow - Assistant to Simon Pegg
  • Chad Finnerty - Visual Effects Supervisor Consultant
  • Chela Fiorini - Assistant Property Master
  • Felix Fissel - IT Manager: Pixomondo
  • Aaron C. Fitzgerald - Second Unit Second Second Assistant Director
  • Laura Fitzpatrick - Division Visual Effects Producer: Pixomondo
  • Cliff Fleming - Helicopter Pilot
  • Cory Fleming - Aerial Ground Coordinator
  • Andy Flores - Standby Painter
  • Larkin Flynn - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Bridgette Foo - Digital Artist: ILM
  • Lianne Forbes - Matchmove Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Brian Fortune - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Lucia Foster Found - Aerial Operations Coordinator
  • Clayton Fowler - Grip
  • Emily Francione - Stereoscopic Roto Lead: Stereo D - 3D Version
  • Elizabeth Frank - Set Costumer
  • Florian Franke - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Urs Franzen - Visual Effects Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Aidan Fraser - Compositor
  • Ryan J. Frias - Digital Editorial Support
  • Layne Friedman - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Florian Friedmann - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Josh Friz - 2nd Unit Second Assistant Camera Operator
  • Maxi Fröhlich - Compositing Intern: Pixomondo
  • Jeff Frost - Concept Model Maker
  • Travis Fruci - Stereo Depth Artist: Stereo D
  • Christopher Fulmer - Systems Administrator: Pixomondo
  • Maximilian Funke - Visual Effects Artist
  • Chris Furia - Production Controller
  • Thomas Furukawa - Global Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Doug Gagan - Special Effects Technician
  • Bradley Gaines - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Stephen A. Gall - Stereo Rotoscope Artist
  • Micah Gallagher - Lead Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Patrick Gané - Visual Effects: Modeling and Texturing
  • Mei Gangwen - Effects Technical Director: ILM
  • Rick Gamez - Prop Fabricator
  • Matthaeus Gamroth - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Feng Gao - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Liwei Gao - CG Artist: Pixomondo
  • Mark Garbarino - Special Makeup Effects Artist
  • Pascal Garneau - Sound Effects Editor
  • Adam Garnier - Stereoscopic Compositor: Digital Caliber Inc.
  • Edgar Garrido - Roto Artist
  • Meredith Garrison - VFX Production Assistant: Stereo D
  • Nancy Gassner-Clayton - Score Vocalist
  • Bryan Gauna - Head of Technology: Stereoscopic Conversion
  • Michael Geiger - Vocal: Bass
  • Kevin George - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Natasha Gerasimova - Assistant Art Director
  • Tobias Gerdts - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Sabrina Gerhardt - Division Visual Effects Producer: Pixomondo
  • Mike Gerzevitz - Electrician: Fixtures
  • Lala Ghukasyan - Compositor/Finaling Artist
  • Mathew Giampa - Lead Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Hank Giardina - Paint Supervisor
  • Tim Gibbons - Digital Compositor
  • Jackson Gichuki - Stereoscopic Rotoscope Artist
  • Sérgio Gil - Digital Artist
  • Matthew E. Gill - Stereo Production Assistant: Stereo D
  • Charley Gilleran - Key Grip
  • Dawn Gilliam - Script Supervisor
  • Betsy Glick - Costumer
  • Jan Glöckner - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Christian Godzik - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Ebru Gönül - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Daniel Goertz - Pipeline Technical Director: Pixomondo
  • Harris Goldman - Musician: Viola
  • Michael E. Goldman - Art Director
  • Matt Goldstein - Splinter Unit Set Production Assistant
  • Ronald D. Goldstein - Special Effects Technician
  • Jerardo Gomez - Electrician
  • Edgar Gonzalez - Rotoscope Artist
  • Russell Gorsky - Sound Effects Designer
  • Joanna N. Goslicka - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • David Gottlieb - Digital Artist
  • Björn Gottwald - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • A.B. Govardhan - Matchmove Supervisor: Botvfx
  • Matthew Gowan - Production Assistant
  • Connie Grayson - Contact Lens Technician / Wig Maker
  • Renee Greathouse - Production Assistant
  • Jeff Grebe - FX Technical Director: ILM
  • David Greene - Special Effects Shop Foreman
  • Elysia Greening - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Jerry Gregoricka - Rigging Electrician
  • Ashley Gressen - Additional Production Assistant
  • Peter N. Griffith - Property Assistant
  • Matt Grimm - Assistant to Dana Goldberg
  • Jörn Großhans - Division Visual Effects Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Ben Grossmann - Visual Effects Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Quinn Grove - Rigging Grip
  • Nathan Grubbs - Stereo Compositor
  • Branko Grujcic - Digital Effects Artist
  • Phaneedra Gullapalli - Pipeline Developer: Pixomondo
  • Benson Guo - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Mansi Gupta - Stereoscopic Compositor: Stereo D
  • Nick Haines - Visual Effects
  • Sean Haley - Set Costumer
  • Sandie Hall - Vocal: Soprano
  • Andy Halseth - Main Unit Data Wrangler / Rotoscope Artist: Kelvin Optical
  • Katie Hamberger - Visual Effects Artist
  • Ramon Hamilton - Depth Artist: Stereo D
  • William F. Hamilton - Systems Administrator: Stereo D
  • Pam Hammarlund - Division Visual Effects Producer: Pixomondo
  • John H. Han - CG Supervisor
  • Josh Handley - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Steven Hansen - Matchmove Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Derek Hanson - Lead Stereo Compositor: Stereo D
  • Reginald Harber, Jr. - Stereoscopic Compositing Lead
  • Rich Hardy Jr. - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Tommy Harper - Unit Production Manager / Co-Producer
  • Walter S. Harrah - Vocal: Tenor
  • Melissa Harrison - Property Coordinator
  • Jeffrey J. Hart - Additional Set Production Assistant
  • Thorsten Hary - Digital Artist
  • Brian Hawkins - Stereo Technical Director: Stereo D
  • Dustin Hayes - Depth Artist
  • Trevor Hazel - Digital Paint and Roto Supervisor
  • Wenyi He - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Rens Heeren - Division Lead Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • David Heffler - Assistant Production Coordinator
  • Alex Heffner - Stereoscopic Lead Artist
  • David Heimerl - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Árni Björn Helgason - Unit Production Manager: Iceland
  • Kelly Valentine Hendry - Casting Search
  • Alex Henning - On Set Visual Effects Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • James F. Henry - Special Effects Foreman
  • Namjin Heo - Digital Compositor
  • Alicia Heraper - Rotoscope Artist: Stereoscopic Conversion
  • Mila Hermanovski - Costume Buyer
  • Andrea Hernandez - Division Lead Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Daniel A. Hernandez - Video Assist
  • Veronica Hernandez - Rotoscope Artist: Stereo D
  • Robertino Hertz - Digital Artist
  • Benny Herudek - Division Lead Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Neil Herzinger - Digital Artist: ILM
  • Jordan Heskett - Stereoscopic Painter/ Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Nicholas Hiegel - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Bryan M. Higgins - Rotoscope Supervisor
  • Jason Hindman - Fixtures Technician
  • Isaac Hingley - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Michael Hird - Medic
  • Annika Hirsch - Division Visual Effects Producer: Pixomondo
  • Sebastian Hirsch - Matte Painter: Pixomondo
  • Sherry Hitch - Sequence Supervisor: ILM
  • Emily Hoang - Costume Assistant
  • Martin Höhnle - Matte Painter: Pixomondo
  • Patrick Hoeschen - Lighting Technician
  • Falk Hofmann - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Bruce Holcomb - Digital Model Supervisor
  • Chris Holly - Confidentially Production Assistant
  • Brian Holmes - Systems Administrator: Pixomondo
  • Jason Holt - Technical Support
  • Robert Hommel - Digital Artist
  • Matt R. Hopkins - Prop Fabricator
  • Todd Hoppmeyer - Visual Effects Coordinator
  • Paul Hormis - Pipeline Technical Director: Pixomondo
  • Craig Hosking - Aerial Coordinator / Pilot
  • Ruth Hossie - Head Cutter
  • Kevin Houlihan - Key Art Assistant
  • Craig Houston - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Gábor Hoványi - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Duff Chung-Pu Hsiao - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Xiaoyong Hu - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Gary Huang - Render Wrangler: Pixomondo
  • Xiandeng Huang - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Dustin Hudson - Digital Artist
  • Lucas Hull - Digital Compositor
  • Lauren Hulsey - Compositor/Rotoscope/Paint Artist
  • Dartayous Hunter - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Paul Huston - Digital Matte Artist
  • Annemieke Loomis Hutchins - Concept Artist/Digital Matte Painter
  • Kumsoon Hwang - Digital Matte Painter: ILM
  • Hansoo Im - Lead Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Joel Iwataki - Music Scoring Mixer
  • Florian Jackl - Systems Administrator: Pixomondo
  • Jiri Jacknowitz - Digital Artist
  • Aaron Jackson - Art Department Assistant
  • Sean D. Jackson - Set Dresser
  • Ryan Jacoby - Mold Shop
  • Andrea Jamiel - Render Wrangler: Pixomondo
  • Srinivas Janapati - Production Coordinator
  • Jaime Jasso - Lead Digital Matte Artist
  • Whan Je - i/o Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Henry Jefferson - Compositing Artist: Pixomondo
  • Victor Jenkins - Casting Search
  • Leo Jia - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Chao Jiang - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Marisol Jiménez - Construction Accountant
  • Bess Johnson - Personal Assistant: Camera
  • Erik Johnson - Depth Artist
  • Tim Johnson - Finaling Department Manager: Stereo D
  • Chris Jones - Special Effects Second Rigging Foreman
  • Cindy Jones - Department Head: Computer Graphics
  • Jeremy Jones - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Nikolce Jovanovski - Stereoscopic Compositor: Stereo D
  • YeYoung Jung - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Niko Junge - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Greg Junovich - ADR Mixer
  • Martin Jurado - Division Matchmove Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Aleks Justesen - Depth Artist
  • Vijay Kadapatti - Stereo Production Coordinator
  • Jordan C. Kadovitz - Computer Video Playback: Rigger
  • Perry Kain - Global Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Christian Kalata - CG Artist: Pixomondo
  • Andy Kaplan - Senior Digital Intermediate Producer
  • David Karp - Assistant to Jeffrey Chernov
  • Sandro Kath - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Paul Kavanagh - Animation Supervisor: ILm
  • Jamie Kehoe - Craft Service Assistant
  • Michael Kelem - Aerial Director of Photography
  • Pete Kelley - Special Effects Technician
  • James Kells - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Ian Kelly - Stereoscopic Roto Lead
  • Karen Kelly - Associate Production Manager
  • Rolf John Keppler - Special Makeup Effects Artist
  • Douglas Kieffer - Set Lighting Technician
  • Jane Kilkenny - Prop Shop Gang Boss: Laser Tech
  • Jun Young Kim - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Kevin Kim - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Moowon Kim - Modeler/Texture Artist
  • Markus Kircher - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Vedat Kiyici - ADR Mixer
  • Dag Kjetsa - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Thomas Kleylein - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Mike Knox - Systems Engineer: Stereoscopic Conversion
  • Lena Amanda Koch - Visual Effects Assistant/Visual Effects Coordinator
  • Gerry Kodo - Stereo Compositor: Stereo D
  • Jean Le Koh - Digital Artist: ILM
  • Ivan Kokov - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Dean Koonjul - Digital Compositor: ILM Singapore
  • Christian Korneck - Systems Administrator: Pixomondo
  • Gumby Kounthong - Extras Casting
  • Kyle D. Krajewski - ADR Recordist
  • Sebastian Kral - Systems Administrator: Pixomondo
  • Andrew Kramer - Main Title Designer
  • David Krause - VP of Technology: Stereoscopic Conversion
  • Denis Kravtsov - Pipeline Developer: Pixomondo
  • Patrick Kreuser - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Lon Krung - CG Artist: Pixomondo
  • Norman Krüsmann - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Markus Kuha - Compositor
  • Nitesh Kumar - Stereo Roto Artist: Stereo D
  • Johanes Kurnia - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Thilo Kuther - Visual Effects Executive Producer: Pixomondo
  • Wing Kwok - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Christian Labarta - 2nd Unit Set Production Assistant
  • David Ladish - Set Dresser
  • Steven Ladish - Set Dresser
  • Dave Lajoie - Production Tools
  • Tom Lalley - Sound Re-Recording Engineer
  • Bruce Lamond - Software Engineer
  • Dave Landaker - Video and Computer Engineer
  • Stacia Lang - Key Specialty Costumer
  • Michael Lankes - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • David Larochelle - Compositor: ILM
  • Yann Larochette - Senior Compositor: ILM
  • Chris Larsen - Set Dresser
  • Tim Latham - Stereoscopic Lead Artist
  • Thomas Lautenbach - Division Visual Effects Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Daniel Lawson - Production Assistant
  • Thang Le - Concept Artist: ILM
  • Julius Lechner - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Grant Lee - Lead Stereo Compositor: Stereo D
  • Jonathan B. Lee - Stereo Production Assistant
  • Kenji Lee - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Melissa Lee - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • SeungJoo Lee - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Tammy S. Lee - Set Designer
  • Stephen Lefebvre - Visual Effects Artist
  • Erik Lehmann - Texturing Artist: Pixomondo
  • Alex Leibowich - Assistant to Bryan Burk
  • Ellexa Lemarie - Production Assistant
  • David Lenihan - Research and Development: ILM
  • Chris Lentz - Animation Supervisor: Singapore
  • Talia Leone - Assistant Accountant
  • C.J. LePage - i/o: Pixomondo
  • Rock LeRoy - Transportation Captain
  • Jenny Leupold - CG Artist: Pixomondo
  • Mark LeVang - Musician
  • Erin Levine - Set Production Assistant
  • Jing Li - Division Visual Effects Producer: Pixomondo
  • Qian Li - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Wenkang Li - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Yu Li - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Zhunan Li - Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Seth Lickiss - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Damon Liebowitz - Fixtures Technician
  • Jeff Lin - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Kai Lin - Animator: Pixomondo
  • YuanJing Lin - Assistant Technical Director
  • Dawn Y. Line - Key Costumer
  • Noll Linsangan - Lead Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Benjamin Liu - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Heng Liu - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Sunyan Liu - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Veronica Lorenz - Special Effects Makeup Artist
  • Leon Loukeris - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Tim Lovasen - IMAX Technician
  • George Lozano, Jr. - Fixtures Technician
  • Son Lu - Stereoscopic Lead
  • Jacob Lundmark - Roto/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Rob Lutz - Stereoscopic Compositor/Painter
  • Lap Van Luu - Systems Administrator: Pixomondo
  • Michael Lyon - Fixtures Best Boy
  • Gretchen Ma - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Zijun Ma - Roto/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Joe Macaluso - 2nd Unit Key Grip
  • Frank Macchia - Music Preparation
  • Damien Macé - Matte Painter: Pixomondo
  • Ali Magee - Makeup Department PA
  • Brian Magner - Previs Artist
  • Michael C. Magno - Set Dresser
  • Jason Mahakian - Concept Model Maker
  • Pravin Mahtani - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Igor Majdandzic - Division Lead Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Carson Majors - Stereoscopic Compositor/Painter
  • Yael Majors - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Sebastian Maldonado - Senior Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Christoph Malessa - Division Visual Effects Producer: Pixomondo
  • Lee Philip Malin - Confidentiality Administrator
  • Richard Ivan Mann - Visual Effects Producer: Pixomondo
  • John R. Manocchia - Rigging Gaffer
  • Karen Manthey - Set Decorator
  • Charana Mapatuna - Stereoscopic Compositor: Stereo D LLC
  • Pavan Maradia - Technical Assistant: Stereo D
  • Patrik Marek - Digital Artist: ILM
  • Artur Margiv - Compositor
  • Jose Marin - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Simon Marinof - Digital Compositor
  • Vintila Stefan Marius - Digital Artist
  • Chulev Marko - Modeler / Texture Artist: ILM
  • Jeff Markwith - Set Designer
  • Andrew Marquez - Stereoscopic Artist: Stereo D
  • Sven Martin - Division Visual Effects Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Gary Martinez - 2nd Unit Video Assistant
  • Geordie Martinez - Creature Technical Director: ILM
  • Victor James Martinez - Concept Artist
  • Natalie Masciale - Assistant: Paul Schwake
  • Emily Mason - Stereoscopic Assistant Editor
  • Dena Massenburg - Rotoscope Artist
  • Mary L. Mastro - Hair Department Head
  • Joe Matke - Hiar Stylist
  • Dirk Matzkuhn - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Lori Maxwell - Transportation Dispatcher
  • Richard F. Mays - Digital Set Designer
  • Merdyce McClaran - On Set Dresser
  • Bruce McCleery - 2nd Unit Director of Photography
  • Megan McCollum - Stereoscopic Compositor: Stereo D
  • Stuart McCowan - ADR Editor
  • BJ McDonnell - 2nd Unit Additional Camera Operator
  • John McGonegle - Electrician
  • Elizabeth McKinney - Stereoscopic Compositor: Digital Caliber Inc.
  • David McMahon - Digital Compositor
  • Lisa McNeil - 2nd Unit Script Supervisor
  • Christian McWilliams - Location Scout
  • Jackie Medel - Production Assistant
  • Natalie Meffert - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Vanessa Meier - Splinter Unit Script Supervisor
  • Mike Mekash - Special Makeup Effects Artist
  • Kevin Melia - Stereoscopic Roto Artist
  • Lau E.H. Melvin - Visual Effects Technical Assistant
  • Mariscela Beatriz Mendez - 2nd Unit Lighting Technician
  • Jaime Mengual - Electronic Prop Assistant
  • Pieter Mentz - Division Effects Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Cris Mertens - Stereoscopic Assistant Editor
  • Felix Messerschmitt - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Steven Messing - Concept Designer
  • Joseph Metten - Digital Artist: ILM
  • Christophe Metz - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Aaron Meyer - Music Preparation
  • Philip Meyer - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Sebastian Meyer - Concept Artist
  • Karolis Mikalauskas - Depth Artist
  • Michael Milano - Stereoscopic Depth Artist
  • Brandon Miletta - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Becca Miller - Specialty Costumer
  • Brian David Miller - Visual Effects Editor: Pixomondo
  • Michael Miller - ADR Mixer
  • Ed Mirassou - Prop Maker
  • Bart Mixon - Special Makeup Effects Artist
  • Knuth Möde - Matte Painter: Pixomondo
  • Tobias Moenninger - Systems Administrator: Pixomondo
  • Andrew Moffett - Previs Artist
  • James Mohan - Digital Artist: ILM
  • Sidhartha Mohanty - Production Assistant
  • Mona Mohr - Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Chris Montesano - Technical Director
  • Jacki Moonves - 2nd Unit Camera Production Assistant
  • Daniel P. Moore - Video Operator
  • Jason M. Moore - Set Costumer
  • Joey Moran - Rigging Electrician
  • Christopher Morente - Greensman
  • Immanuel Morris - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Shaun Morris - Production Assistant
  • William Morrison - Visual Effects Artist: Stereo D
  • Gonzalo Moyano Fernandez - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Erich A. Muller - Costumer
  • Christof Müller - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Dominik Müller - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Sven Müller - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Timothy Mueller - Digimatte Sequence Lead: ILM
  • Alexa Müller-Heyn - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Dino Muhic - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Andrew Mumford - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Dan Murbarger - 24 Frame Video/Computer Engineer
  • Andrew Murdock - Art Director
  • Carson Murdy - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Brian Murphy - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Daniel P. Murphy - Construction Metal Fabricator
  • Michael Murphy - Head of Quality Control: Stereo D
  • Myles Murphy - Digital Compositor
  • Alex Murtaza - Matte Painter
  • Dale Myrand - 2nd Unit "B" Camera Operator
  • Emmi Nakagawa - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Mohan Narayanaswamy - Quality Manager
  • Harindranath Narendran - Finaling Artist
  • Hector Navarro - Depth Artist
  • Irina Naydichev - Payroll Accountant
  • Christopher Allen Nelson - Special Makeup Effects Artist
  • Rachel Elizabeth Nelson - Silicone Technician
  • Nino Neuboeck - Second Unit First Assistant Camera Operator
  • Christine Neumann - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Pete C. Newbauer - Visual Effects Artist
  • Jia-Hao Ng - Digital Matte Artist: ILM
  • Sheau Horng Ng - Digital Artist: ILM
  • Kristin Nietzig - Division Accounting: Pixomondo
  • Rajesh Nimje - QC Supervisor
  • Jonas Noell - Division Lead Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Serge Nofield - First Assistant Camera Operator "A" Camera
  • Ian Northrop - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Philip Nussbaumer - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Timothy Oakley - Prop Fabricator
  • Ben O'Brien - Visual Effects Sequence Supervisor
  • David O'Brien - Stereoscopic Artist: Stereo D
  • Viktorija Ogureckaja - Visual Effects Global Production Manager: Pixomondo
  • Grant Olin - Previs Artist
  • William J. Olsen - Production Assistant
  • Kevin O'Neil - Second Second Assistant Director
  • Patrick O'Riley - Rotoscope Coordinator: Stereo D
  • Nathan Orloff - Assistant Editor
  • Berter Orpak - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Raphael Oseguera - Lead Roto Artist
  • Nick Ostrovsky - Rigging Electrician
  • Tyler Ott - Visual Effects Data Wrangler
  • Natasha Ozoux - Visual Effects Global Production Manager: Pixomondo
  • Sam Page - Set Designer
  • Tom Pahk - Electronics
  • Jordan Paley - Key Production Assistant: Reshoots
  • Alexander Panov - Art Department
  • Yogesh Pathak - Senior Stereo Roto Annotation Artist
  • Lee Parker - Electronics Designer
  • Jessica Parks - Post Production Coordinator
  • Aaron Parry - Visual Effects Executive Producer: Stereo D
  • Steve Parsons - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Saku Partamies - Division Visual Effects Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Justin Pascal - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Eddie Pasquarello - Visual Effects Plate Supervisor
  • Jim Passon - Color Timer
  • Phil Pastuhov - Aerial Director of Photography
  • Demetrios Patsiaris - Stereoscopic Roto Artist
  • Lucas Paul - Set Production Assistant
  • Michele Payne - Hair Stylist
  • Daniel Pearson - CG Supervisor
  • Bethany Pederson Onstad - Visual Effects Artist: Pixomondo
  • Jason Pelham - Digital Intermediate Visual Effects Producer
  • Lyndsey Pendley - Stereoscopic Paint Artist
  • Diego Perez - Depth Artist
  • Samuel Perez - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Michael Peter - Texture Artist: ILM
  • Betsy Peters - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Binoy Peters - Senior Production Coordinator
  • Morten Petersen - Lighting Technician
  • Arnold Peterson - Special Effects Electronic Engineer
  • Ryan J. Pezdirc - Set Production Assistant
  • Hieu Phan - Roto/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Sara Philpott - Set Decoration Buyer
  • Teddy Phuthanhdanh - Motion Capture Assistant
  • Philip Pickford - Aerial Unit
  • Ezra Pike - Stereo Roto Artist
  • Johannes Pink - Pipeline Technical Director: Pixomondo
  • David Pinkus - Second Assistant Director: Aerial Unit UK
  • Jerome Platteaux - Digital Artist
  • Leszek Plichta - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Erik Ploneda - Stereoscopic Depth Artist: Stereo D
  • Lauren E. Polizzi - Art Director
  • Jason Pomerantz - Production Manager: IMAX Version
  • Steven Porch - Specialty Costumer
  • Jason Porter - Digital Compositor
  • Nestor Prado - Digital Artist
  • Christopher Prampin - Gaffer
  • Roger Prater - Greens Gang Boss
  • Lauren Pratto - Costumer
  • Margaret Prentice - Special Makeup Effects Artist
  • Alex Prichard - Compositing Supervisor: ILM Singapore
  • Eleonora Principi - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • David Pritchard - Previs Artist
  • Daniel Profus - i/o: Pixomondo
  • Edward J. Protiva - Set Dresser
  • Steve Prouty - Special Makeup Effects Artist
  • Christian Pundschus - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Franzisca Puppe - Division Visual Effects Producer: Pixomondo
  • Zhennan Quan - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Christin Quek - Digital Artist: ILM
  • Andy Quinn - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Melissa Quintas - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Sean Raffel - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Eric Ramirez - Art Department Gang Boss
  • Antonio Ramos - Digital Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Dan Randall - Foley Recordist
  • Lance Ranzer - Rotoscope/Paint Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Charlotte Rapak - 2nd Unit Assistant Production Coordinator
  • Janine Rath - Key Hair Stylist
  • Brody Ratsoy - ADR Engineer
  • David Raymond - Boom Operator
  • Wajid Raza - Assistant Technical Director: ILM
  • Salahuddin Razul - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Brad Rea - Dolly Grip: "A" Camera
  • Andrew Reeder - Set Designer
  • William Reges - Stereoscopic Artist: Stereo D
  • Sebastian Reichhold - FX Trainee: Pixomondo
  • Patrick Reilly - Visual Effects Artist Stereoscopic Conversion
  • Ari Reisner - Stereoscopic Compositor: Stereo D
  • Matt Reitsma - Key Textile Artist
  • Adam Rejwan - Set Production Assistant
  • Michelle Rejwan - Associate Producer
  • Trina Renee - Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Gintar Repecka - Special Effects Set Foreman
  • Johannes Retter - Compositing Intern: Pixomondo
  • Gerard Retulla - Stereoscopic Compositor: Stereoscopic Conversion
  • Todd Rex - Set Sculptor
  • Benoit Richard - Lighting Console Programmer
  • Aaron Richards - Set Lighting Fixtures Technician
  • Dennis Richardson - Construction Foreman
  • Jason Richardson - Visual Effects Supervisor: Digital Caliber Inc.
  • Bruce Richter - Construction Carpenter
  • Manuel Rico - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Caroline Riess - Human Resources: Pixomondo
  • Max Riess - Look Development Artist: Pixomondo
  • Mike Rim - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Agustin Rios - Visual Effects Artist
  • Rick Rische - Matte Painter: Pixomondo
  • Ailene Roberts - Editorial Production Assistant
  • Duncan Rochfort - i/o: Pixomondo
  • Greg Rochon - Compositor
  • Arturo Rodriguez - Stereoscopic Depth Artist
  • Josue Rodriguez - Assistant Property Master
  • Katherine Rodtsbrooks - Stereoscopic Conversion Lead: Stereo D
  • Rob S. Rogers - Stereoscopic Depth Artist
  • Lisa Dawn Rogolsky - Rotoscope Artist
  • Petr Rohr - Layout: ILM
  • Danielle Romero - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Kiersten Ronning - Costume Buyer
  • Patric Roos - Visual Effects Supervisor: ILM Singapore
  • Zachary J. Rose - Desktop Administrator: Stereoscopic Conversion
  • Jared Rosen - Video/Computer Operative Supervisor
  • Zade Rosenthal - Still Photographer
  • Marcus O. Roth - Division Visual Effects Producer: Pixomondo
  • Anne Marie Rothfuss - Stereoscopic Rotoscope Artist: Stereo D
  • Michael Roundy - Special Effects Technician
  • Ryan Roundy - Special Effects Office Supervisor
  • Rachel Rubenstein - Stereoscopic Roto Artist: Stereo D
  • Ryan Rubi - Creature Technical Director: ILM
  • Joel A. Ruiz - Rigging Electrician
  • Robert Ruiz - Assistant Camera Operator
  • Alexander Rumpf - Roto/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Shaun Russell - Sculptor
  • Matt Ryan - Set Production Assistant
  • Toshihiro Sakamaki - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Juan Ignacio Salgado - Division Lead Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Chris Samp - Set Painter Gang Boss
  • Cara Samuels - Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Dylan Sanchez - Digital Paint: Stereo D
  • Jenny Sandell - Production Coordinator
  • Mike Sanders - Digital Supervisor
  • German Sandoval - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Eric Sanford - Lead Tracking Artist/Matchmove Artist
  • Lukas Sarralde - Stereo Compositor
  • Stephen Saunders - Rigging Electric
  • Geoff Sayer - Digital Compositor: ILM
  • Marlies Schacherl - Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Kai Schadwinkel - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Sebastian Schäfer - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Stephan Schaefholz - Division Lead Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Adrian Scherger - Stereoscopic Assistant Editor: Stereo D
  • Andrea Schermoly - Assistant Choreographer
  • Evan Schiff - Assistant Editor
  • Katja Schmidt - Division Accounting: Pixomondo
  • Silam Schmidt - Global Talent Manager: Pixomondo
  • Ric Schnupp - ADR Recordist
  • John Schratz - CG Artist
  • Crystle Schrecengost - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Daniel Schrepf - Stereoscopic Roto Supervisor
  • Patrick Schuler - FX Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Brian Schultz - Digital Compositor
  • Clint Schultz - Lead Graphic Designer
  • Karie Schwabl - Production Assistant: Pixomondo
  • J.D. Schwalm - Special Effects Splinter Unit Foreman
  • Diane Schwebs - Human Resources: Pixomondo
  • Kino Scialabba - Designer: Legion Entertainment
  • Anselm Seherr-Thoss - Visual Effects Artist
  • Benjamin Seide - Division Visual Effects Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Constantine Sekeris - Conceptual Designer
  • Anna Seltzer - Costume Assistant
  • Dongjin Seo - Texture Artist: ILM
  • Amanda Moss Serino - Assistant Set Decorator
  • Jack Serino - Grip
  • Daniel Sessoms - NextLab Operator
  • Nick Sewatsky - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Julie Shack - Set Costumer
  • Dadasaheb Shaikh - Network Administrator: Stereoscopic Conversion
  • Shruti Shankar - Depth Artist
  • Mark Sheffield - Sound Re-Recording Mixer
  • Varghese Sherin - Stereoscopic Supervisor: Stereo D
  • Sujitkumar Shirkar - IT Manager: Stereoscopic Conversion
  • Emmanuel Shiu - Concept Designer
  • Jason Shulman - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Jason Shupe - Flying Camera Operator
  • Adnan Siddique - Lead Roto Artist
  • Andrew M. Siegel - Property Master
  • Isaac A. Silva - Model Maker Gangboss
  • Marcus Silvera - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Erica L. Silverman - Casting Associate
  • Alexandra Simmes - Motion Graphics Artist: Pixomondo
  • Anthony Simonaitis - Special Effects Pyrotechnic Foreman
  • Tim Simonec - Conductor
  • Jennifer Sims - Design & Graphics Producer: Interactive Technology
  • Pankaj Kumar Singh - Technical Operations Lead: Stereoscopic Conversion
  • Miro Skandera - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Sven Skoczylas - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Steve Slanec - Dialogue Editor
  • Julian Smirke - First Assistant Editor
  • Brett C. Smith - Set Decoration Buyer
  • Cameron Smith - Fixtures Technician
  • Clint Smith - Foley Recordist
  • Corey Smith - Stereoscopic Compositor: Stereo D
  • Jessica Smith - Stereo Production Supervisor: Stereo D
  • Tammy Smith - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Chris Snyder - Construction Coordinator
  • Sarah Snyder - Construction PA
  • Wee Lian Soh - Visual Effects Artist
  • Scott Solan - Utility Sound
  • Simia Song - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Tilo Spalke - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Roger Sparwasser - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Mark Spindler - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Christopher Stack - i/o Manager: Pixomondo
  • Robert Stambler - Assistant Editor
  • Ivory Stanton - Textile Artist
  • Michael Stark - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Jennifer Starzyk - Costumer
  • Adrian Steel - Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Joe Steel - Digital Imaging Technician: Aerial Unit UK
  • Mo Stemen - Second Unit Assistant Office Production Coordinator
  • Andrea R. Stephens - Department Manager: Deluxe 3D
  • Andy Stephens - Aerial Operations Manager
  • Roxanne Stephens - Second Unit Loader
  • G. Allen Stewart - Stereoscopic Compositor/ Stereoscopic Painter
  • John Stillman - Digital Compositor: ILM
  • Paul Stoll - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Rainer Stolle - Matte Painter: Pixomondo
  • DeAndra Stone - Visual Effect Coordinator
  • Gene Strange - Production Accountant
  • George Streicher - Post-Production Assistant
  • Brent Studler - Electrician
  • Frederick George Stuhrberg - 3D scanning
  • Vladan Subotic - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Ian Sullivan - Digital Intermediate Accountant
  • Haidong Sun - CG Artist: Pixomondo
  • Yinai Sun - Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Kamalakar Suryavanshi - Stereo Compositor
  • Jason Sutton - Hydrascope Operator
  • David Swift - Digital Matte Painter: Pixomondo
  • Greg Szafranski - Matte Painter: Pixomondo
  • Brian Taber - Stereographer: Stereo D
  • Emerick Tackett - CG Artist: Pixomondo
  • Delan Tai - Technical Support
  • Srikalyan Tallapragada - Digital Artist
  • Martin Tallosy - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Andy Tamandl - Animator: OOOii
  • Janice Tan - Digital Artist
  • Jiabin Tan - Division Lead Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Tommy Tancharoen - Transportation Coordinator
  • Guo-Feng Tang - Look Development Artist: Pixomondo
  • Lai Lin Tang - Layout Artist: ILM
  • Marc Tantin - Special Effects Technician
  • Andrew Taylor - Best Boy
  • Brandon Taylor - Compositor
  • Chad Taylor - Sequence Supervisor: ILM
  • Laurel Taylor - Specialty Costumer
  • Peter Taylor - Additional Video Assist
  • Randy R. Tecson - Stereoscopic Rotoscope Artist: Stereo D
  • Mike Tehrani - ADR Recordist
  • Michael Thalmann - Head of IT: Pixomondo
  • Joshua D. Thatcher - Lighting Console Programmer
  • Cale Thomas - Painter: Film Illusions
  • Jason Thomas - Stereo Compositor
  • Brian Thomason - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Jonas Thorbrügge - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Cameron Thorburn - Grip
  • Phyllis Thurber-Moffit - Lead Dyer
  • Kevin Tiesiera - Fixtures Technician
  • Eric Timm - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Paul Tirone - ADR Recordist
  • Anne Tobin - Set Decoration Coordinator
  • Robert Tobin - Senior Depth Artist
  • Chris Tonick - Assistant Editor
  • Blumes Tracy - Pyrotechnician
  • Derek Tracy - Stereoscopic Compositor
  • Bill Traetta - Specialty Costumer
  • Duc Minh Tran - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Khuong Tran - Stereo Compositor: Stereo D
  • Tomas Tran - Desktop Administrator: Stereoscopic Conversion
  • Tong Tran - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Mark Victor Trappett - Render Technical Assistant
  • Michael Anthony Travers - Second Unit Grip
  • Michael T. Travers - 2nd Unit Best Boy Grip
  • Kacy Treadway - Specialty Costumer
  • Daniel Trebac - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Chris Treichel - Stereo Production: Stereo D
  • Dan Trezise - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Alex Tropiec Jr.]] - Sequence Supervisor: ILM
  • John Trotter - Stereoscopic Depth Artist
  • Tom Truscott - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Ervin Tuazon - Stereoscopic Artist: Stereo D
  • Robert Tucker - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Ryan Tudhope - Senior Staff: Atomic Fiction
  • Denis Trutanic - Senior Layout Artist: ILM
  • Pat Tubach - Co-VFX Supervisor: ILM
  • Corey Turner - Executive Stereographer
  • Trey Turner - ADR Recordist/Assistant Sound Editor
  • James W. Tyson - Costume Supervisor
  • Stacy L. Tyson - Costumer
  • Jason Ullrich - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Claudius Urban - Senior Animator
  • Lee Uren - Lead Digital Artist
  • Reuben Uy - Assistant Technical Director
  • Dirk Valk - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Tom van Dorp - Digital Compositor
  • Jeremy Vanneman - Depth Artist
  • Jason Vanover - Key Greensman
  • Todd Vaziri - Sequence Supervisor: ILM
  • Aurelio x. Vera Jr. - Visual Effects Producer: Digital Caliber Inc.
  • Tony Villaflor - Mix Tech
  • Mike Visencio - Set Lighting Fixtures Foreman
  • Anthony Vlastas - Production Staff
  • Marion Voignier - Digital Artist: ILM
  • Sören Volz - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Garrett Vosburg - Greensman
  • Ghanshyam Waghela - Finaling Artist: Stereo D
  • Michael Wahl - Dolly Grip: Second Unit
  • Adam Walker - Lead Assets Artist: ILM Singapore
  • Dan Wallin - Music Score Engineer
  • Juliane Walther - Motion Graphics Trainee: Pixomondo
  • Bill Wang - Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Cuiling Wang - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Huida Wang - Matte Painter: Pixomondo
  • Hui Sophie Wang - Pipeline Intern: Pixomondo
  • Pablo Wang - Stereo Compositor - 3D Version
  • Steven Wang - CG Artist: Pixomondo
  • Yanlin Wang - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Bastian Wartenberg - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Natsuko Watanabe - Finaling Compositor: Stereo D
  • Gillian Waterman - Costume Buyer
  • Britton Watkins - Language Consultant
  • John Watkins - Digital Effects Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Hootly Weedn - Set Lighting Technician
  • Kaifeng Wei - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Henry Weickert - Pipeline Technical Director: Pixomondo
  • Claudia Weingärtner - Accounting: Pixomondo
  • Johannes Weiss - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Jay Wejebe - Makeup Artist
  • Olaf Wendt - Senior Compositor
  • Bruno Werneck - Matte Painter: Pixomondo
  • Florian Werzinski - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Kelly Wescott - Depth Artist: Stereo D
  • Jon Wesström - Roto/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Tom Whelpey - Transportation Captain
  • Booker White - Head of Music Preparation
  • Jack White - Food Stylist
  • Faith Whitehead - Depth Artist
  • Bonnie Wild - Digital Editorial Support
  • Randall D. Wilkins - Set Designer
  • Reggie Wilson - Orchestra Contractor
  • Eric Winn - Craft Service Assistant
  • Steve Winsett - Special Makeup Effects Artist
  • Dean Winton - Driver
  • Patrick Wolf - Head of Pipeline: Pixomondo
  • Sascha Wolf - i/o: Pixomondo
  • David B. Wolgemuth II - Digital Compositor
  • Lonni Wong - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Matthew Wood - Supervising Sound Editor
  • Leah Woodworth - Extras Casting Assistant
  • Brian Woronec - Fixtures Technician
  • Michael Wortmann - Division Visual Effects Supervisor: Pixomondo
  • Carol Wu - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • David Wu - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Gary Wu - Creature Technical Director: ILM
  • Peter M. Wu - Stereoscopic Depth Artist: Stereo D
  • Tzuen Wu - Compositing Technical Director: Pixomondo
  • Jane Wuu - Set Designer
  • David Wyman - Additional Sound Mixer
  • Shanshan Xie - Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Runlin Xiong - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Tou Yeng Xiong - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Umashanker Yadav - Stereo Roto Artist: Stereo D
  • Tolga Yalkir - Systems Administrator: Pixomondo
  • Marvin Yanez - Stereoscopic Roto Lead
  • Dongyue Yang - Rotoscope/Paint Artist: Pixomondo
  • Zhao Yang - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Fikret Yildirim - Lighting Artist: Pixomondo
  • Seda Yilmaz - Coordination Trainee: Pixomondo
  • Ben Ying - Visual Effects Compositor
  • Long Yinghan - Digital Artist
  • Kei Yoneoka - FX Artist: Pixomondo
  • Mark Youngren - Visual Effects Senior Artist
  • Christine Youngstrom - Art Department Coordinator
  • Edward Paul Yu - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Sarah Yunrong Yu - Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Dean Yurke - Compositor: ILM
  • Elana Zaklis - Stereoscopic Artist
  • Jose Zamora - Hair Stylist
  • David Zaretti - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • David Zbriger - Technical Manager of Global Production: ILM
  • Vit Zelich - CG Artist: Pixomondo
  • Momo Zhan - Visual Effects Coordinator: Pixomondo
  • Aiping Zhang - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Le Zhang - Pipeline Technical Director: Pixomondo
  • Peng Zhang - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Wei Zhang - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Zhuotao Zhang - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Zihao Zhang - Matchmove Artist: Pixomondo
  • Anton Zheltyakov - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Bin Zheng - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Carol Zhou - Animator: Pixomondo
  • Jianghong Zhu - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Huajing Zhuo - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • Paolo Joel Ziemba - Previsualization Artist: Halon Entertainment
  • Jerry Zigounakis - Previs Artist
  • Christoph Zollinger - Division Visual Effects Producer: Pixomondo
  • Xinguo Zou - Compositor: Pixomondo
  • James Betteridge - Stereoscopic Artist: Stereo D
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