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116 min
Action | Comedy | Crime | Thriller
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Dean Parisot
3 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 2013-07-19
Filming Locations: Montreal, Québec, Canada
Budget: $84,000,000
Opening Weekend: $18,048,422 (USA) (21 July 2013)
Gross: $53,215,979 (USA) (13 October 2013)
Bruce Willis
John Malkovich
Mary-Louise Parker
Helen Mirren
Anthony Hopkins
Byung-hun Lee
Han Cho Bai
Jong Kun Lee
Han's Father
Catherine Zeta-Jones
Neal McDonough
Jack Horton
David Thewlis
The Frog
Garrick Hagon
Tim Pigott-Smith
Director Philips
Brian Cox
Philip Arditti
Mitchell Mullen
Martin Sims
Tristan D. Lalla
Khalid Laith
Al Saïd
Tom Wu
Security Officer
Emilio Doorgasingh
Iranian Ambassador
David Papava
Russian Police Officer
Dan Jeannotte
Young FBI Agent
Aleksandar Mikic
Kremlin Guard
Vincent Hoss-Desmarais
MI6 Intelligence Officer
Nathalie Buscombe
Tony Pritchard
Orderly #1
Kirris Riviere
Orderly #2 (as Kirris Rivierre)
Wahab Sheikh
Iranian Clerk
Steven Berkoff
Paul Hopkins
Funeral Director
Vlasta Vrana
General McKennon
Robert Davide
Russian Officer (as Rob David)
Adam Shaw
Creepy Young Man
Tom Hodgkins
Emma Heming
Kelly (as Emma Heming Willis)
Moe Jeudy-Lamour
Penny Bunton
Boddington Receptionist
Nathan Wiley
Young Guard
Eric Davis
MI6 Chief Security Officer
Andrew Byron
Russian Lead Officer
Alexandre Gorchkov
Kremlin Security Officer (as Alex Gorchev)
Michael Hearn
Senior MI6 Man
Sandra Lavoie
Weeping Woman
Bentley Kalu
Rebecca Croll
Georg Nikoloff
Russian Scientist
Bianca Bellange
Kevin Woodhouse
Terry Maguire
Costco Man
Xavier Laurent
Sherif Eltayeb
Revolutionary Guard Captain (as Sherif El Tayeb)
Alan Grice
Russian Officer #2
Thomas Thoroe
Russian Officer #3
Yo Santhaveesuk
Security Officer #2
George Georgiou
Revolutionary Guard
Waj Ali
Helicopter Pilot
Tony Smith
Boddington Security
Lee Asquith-Coe
Security Detail Soldier (uncredited)
Lasco Atkins
Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Hannah Blamires
Diner (uncredited)
James Bryhan
Soldier (uncredited)
Alex Claus
Iranian Embassy Guard (uncredited)
Gioacchino Jim Cuffaro
Embassy Staff (uncredited)
Victoria Fayne
Parisian (uncredited)
Alexandra Fraser
Moscow Citizen (uncredited)
Nigel Genis
Customer in Street Cafe (uncredited)
Pete Buzzsaw Holland
Asylum Reception Warder (uncredited)
Paul Howell
Orderly (uncredited)
Celine Jedidi
Tourist (uncredited)
Patrick Kerton
Detainee (uncredited)
Denis Khoroshko
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Jonathan Chun Bong Li
Cobbs Security Guard (uncredited)
Alex Marek
Swat Unit (uncredited)
Matthew David McCarthy
Tourist (uncredited)
Vander McLeod
US Marine (uncredited)
Nasir Mohamed
Embassy Clerk (uncredited)
Alex Moore
U.S. Soldier (uncredited)
Jack Philips
US Marine (uncredited)
Gino Picciano
Caffe Customer (uncredited)
Marc Primeau
Supermarket Shopper
Burton Ritchie
Bartender (uncredited)
Michael Vardian
Tourist (uncredited)
Titus Welliver
Senior Director of Military Intelligence (uncredited)
Did you know?
This is the second movie released in 2013 to feature both Bruce Willis and Byung-hun Lee. The first was G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013).
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This marks the second time that Mary-Louise Parker's character has been put in danger either directly or indirectly by Anthony Hopkins' character. The first was in Red Dragon (2002), where Hannibal Lecter reveals her address to the "Tooth Fairy" serial killer.
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After the success of the earlier film in 2010, Ernest Borgnine always held out hope he'd be around to reprise his role as Henry the records keeper in the 2013 sequel. When interviewed in April 2012, he mentioned there was talk about it over the years and made one request to the producers - "I told them if they do it, I want to carry a gun this time." He kept in touch with screenwriters Jon Hoeber and Erich Hoeber and in the end would have had a major role in a sequence at the start of the movie. When Borgnine passed away in July 2012, three months prior to the start of production, his scenes were reconfigured and would feature an uncredited Titus Welliver.
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When Dr. Bailey is being escorted to the An-12 transport aircraft, "U.S. Air Force" markings are clearly visible on the plane. However, as the plane departs, said markings are no longer present.
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During Marvin's 'funeral' there is a Marine Staff Sergeant in attendance. As the mourners are leaving the service, the Staff Sergeant is standing outside the church wearing a US Navy Field Grade Officer's Cover (cap). US enlisted ranks do not have 'scrambled eggs' on the bill.
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After Han Cho Bai stops firing the Gatling gun at Frank and Marvin he walks towards the vehicle. As he is walking by, a few random squibs are still going off on the vehicles in the background.
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Marvin: She has talents you and I will never have.
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The Frog: You think I'm just going to roll over for you hegemonic, Mickey Mouse-loving Americans?
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Sarah: [shooting up a third-world bar]
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Who will be the new actors in this movie?
Anthony Hopkins will play a character called Edward Bradley, a believed dead scientist who created a nuclear weapon. Catherine Zeta-Jones plays a character named Miranda Wood. She is a high-ranked Russian spy and former love interest of Frank. David Thewlis plays "The Frog," a character selling major intelligence for a price. Neal McDonough plays Jack Horton, a character from the Pentagon after the nuclear weapon and Frank Moses. He is the secondary antagonist. Byung-hun Lee plays Han Cho Bai, the best assassin in the world, contracted by Jack Horton to kill Frank Moses. He has a personal conflict with Frank, because Frank betrayed him.
Why did Marvin fire the AK at the helicopter towards the end?
Marvin fires the AK at general area of the helicopter (notice that he doesn't really aim down the sights, he isn't trying to shoot it down or damage it) so it would retreat and get outside the explosion radius. He's making them run away so they survive the incoming explosion.
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Photos from cast
Neve Gachev