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124 min
Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery | Thriller
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Antoine Fuqua
1 nomination
Country: USA
Release Date: 2007-03-23
Filming Locations: Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
Budget: $61,000,000
Opening Weekend: £716,202 (UK) (15 April 2007)
Gross: $46,975,183 (USA) (10 June 2007)
Rhona Mitra
Rhona Mitra
Mark Wahlberg
Bob Lee Swagger
Michael Peña
Nick Memphis
Danny Glover
Colonel Isaac Johnson
Kate Mara
Sarah Fenn
Elias Koteas
Jack Payne
Jonathan Walker
Louis Dobbler
Louis Ferreira
Howard Purnell
Tate Donovan
Russ Turner
Rade Serbedzija
Michael Sandor
Alan C. Peterson
Officer Stanley Timmons
Ned Beatty
Senator Charles F. Meachum
Lane Garrison
Donnie Fenn
Zak Santiago
Senior Agent
Michael-Ann Connor
Junior Agent
Shawn Reis
Brian Markinson
Attorney General Russert
Michael St. John Smith
FBI Director Brandt
Dean McKenzie
Archbishop Desmond Mutumbo (as Dean Monroe McKenzie)
Tom Butler
Adrian G. Griffiths
Ben Davis (as Adrian Hughes)
Darrin Massey
Frank Russo
Mackenzie Gray
Dave Simmons
Levon Helm
Mr. Rate
Rebecca Toolan
Mrs. Rate
Trish Allen
James Wettengl
John Tench
Motel Owner
David Bloom
Meachum's Valet
Brad Kelly
David Neale
Susan Barnett
TV News Anchor #1
Ukee Washington
TV News Anchor #2
Dagmar Midcap
TV News Anchor #3
Darrin Maharaj
TV News Anchor #4
Anthony McCrae
Mike Dopud
Lead Mercenary
Chic Gibson
Mayor of Philadelphia
Danny Hernandez
K-9 Cop #1
Jonathan Eusebio
K-9 Cop #2 (as Jonathan Eusabio)
Vale Anoai
Woman in Crowd during Assassination
Alexander Emmert
Agent #1
Elise Arsenault
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Joe Barlam
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Ernest E. Brown
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Sharon Carpenter-Rose
Presidential Speech Spectator (uncredited)
Alice Chamberlain
Assignation Attempt Crowd (uncredited)
Karen Chamberlain
Assignation Attempt Crowd (uncredited)
Damien Colletti
College Student (uncredited)
Holly Eglington
Girl (uncredited)
Liam Ferguson
Businessman (uncredited)
Patrick Ferguson
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Tammy Gillis
Waitress (uncredited)
Lauren Glazier
Student (uncredited)
Thomas M. Hagen
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Richard Jollymore
Police Officer (uncredited)
Michael Wingate Jones
Secret Service Agent / Driver (uncredited)
Cory Kastle
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Fred Keating
Winston Chuchill (uncredited)
William James Kelly
Assassination Witness (uncredited)
Brent Knobloch
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Lawrence Laravela
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Roberto Lombardi
Assassination Witness (uncredited)
Steve Lord
FBI Sniper
Erica Lynne Marszalek
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Tiffany Marz
Presidential Supporter (uncredited)
Peter Mason
Guitar Playing Pedestrian (uncredited)
Mac McDonald
Police Captain (uncredited)
Jeffrey Mowery
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Laurence Mullaney
CIA Agent (uncredited)
Ken Myers
Flag Waver / Grocery Man (uncredited)
Manny Oliverez
Businessman (uncredited)
Henry Penzi
Train conductor (uncredited)
Vito Pietanza
Capitol Police Officer (uncredited)
Lil Rhee
DC Resident (uncredited)
Vincent Riviezzo
Phila Cop (uncredited)
Kurt Runkle
Secret Service Agent (uncredited)
Roger Sands
Assassination Witness (uncredited)
Chuck Schanamann
Assassination Witness (uncredited)
David Adam Smith
Businessman (uncredited)
Eugene Smith
Assassination Witness (uncredited)
Patrick Michael Strange
FBI Agent / DC Bike Cop / Businessman (uncredited)
Ian Thompson
Motorcycle Cop (uncredited)
Frank Traynor
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Sean Traynor
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Dan Van Wert
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Kimberly Villanova
Witness (uncredited)
Torell Vinson
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Jamal Weathers
Car Wash Attendant (uncredited)
Don Whatley
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Mike Wilson
Sniper / F.B.I. Agent (uncredited)
Did you know?
In the scene after Sarah Fenn first talks to Nick Memphis, Bob Lee Swagger (Mark Wahlberg) is seen standing outside with a Philadelphia Eagles hat and jacket on. Wahlberg plays for the Eagles in the movie Invincible (2006).
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Athens, Tennessee, the residence of the firearms expert Swagger and Nick visited, was the location of the "Battle of Athens" where in 1946 armed citizens removed the corrupt local government and restored free elections.
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Shipped to some theaters under the name "Stars".
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When Swagger backs the car into the river, the trunk is open and you can see that there is no upholstery and it is empty. While in the car wash we see there are miscellaneous items and upholstery in the trunk.
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The uniforms that the Swagger and his spotter attach their ghillie suits to in the beginning of the film are ACUs, an Army uniform. Swagger and his partner are, however, Marines and would use MARPAT uniforms. Not only that, but the ACUs used to make the ghillie suits are not military issued uniforms, as there are no velcro patch areas on the uniforms.
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When the crippled sniper shoots himself under the chin, no bullet is actually fired from the gun. If you watch the scene frame-by-frame, a jet of air comes out of the gun and the actor's head cocks back. His neck is intact.
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Bob Lee Swagger: Sake of argument, somebody other than him?
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Nick Memphis: FBI! Took my weapon and my car!
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Russ Turner: You see this weird shootout in Virginia? Shells everywhere, helicopter remnants, blood, no bodies though, right? And it gets fingerprints off the cartridge cases. First set positively ID'd as Bob Lee Swagger. Second set belongs to Special Agent Nick Memphis of the FBI.
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Photos from cast
Rhona Mitra