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  • Release Date: 16 June 2005 (UK)
  • Runtime: 140 min
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  • Rate: 8.3/10 total 622,580 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Crime | Drama
  • Release Date: 16 June 2005 (UK)
  • Runtime: 140 min
  • Filming Location: Coalhouse Fort, East Tilbury, Essex, England, UK
  • Budget: $150,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $205,343,774 (USA) (28 October 2005)
  • Director: Christopher Nolan
  • Stars: Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Ken Watanabe | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: James Newton Howard  Hans Zimmer   
  • Soundtrack: Happy Birthday To You
  • Sound Mix: DTS | Dolby Digital | SDDS | Sonics-DDP (IMAX version)
  • Plot Keyword: Gotham | Fight | Fear | Murder | Organized Crime

Batman Begins (2005) Writing Credits By:

  • Bob Kane (characters)
  • David S. Batman Begins 2005 Goyer (story)
  • Christopher Nolan (screenplay) and
  • David S. Batman Begins 2005 Goyer (screenplay)

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  • Both Tim Burton and Michael Keaton, from Batman (1989), have said they were impressed by this film. Batman Begins 2005 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The language used by actor Ken Watanabe is neither Japanese nor Tibetan, or in fact any known language at all. Batman Begins 2005 It’s just some gibberish he says he made up himself for the role. Batman Begins 2005 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Christian Bale lost his voice three times during filming after altering his voice while playing Batman. Batman Begins 2005 6 of 8 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Christian Bale revealed in interviews in 2009 that in his first ever scene with Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman (one involving Bale waking up in bed to find them waiting there), he fell asleep after getting ready for the scene. Batman Begins 2005 Bale described waking up to find Michael Caine poking him the ribs, saying “Look at that! He’s bloody fallen asleep”. Batman Begins 2005 4 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The wide-shot of the house of the League of Shadows was entirely computer-generated. Batman Begins 2005 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Contrary to the previous Batman films, in which the Batcave was realized as a combination of a live set and matte paintings (done either by hand or computer), no visual effects were used in this film to show the Batcave. Batman Begins 2005 The entire Batcave is instead a massive full-scale set. Batman Begins 2005 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In a 2012 interview, Christopher Nolan admitted that he invented the line “rub your chest, your arms will take care of themselves,” spoken by Henri Ducard/R’as Al Ghul (Liam Neeson) after Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) falls into the frozen lake, and that it has no scientific basis, adding that he imagined “Boy Scouts everywhere freezing to death” because they took the advice literally thanks to Neeson’s convincing delivery. Batman Begins 2005 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Although Christian Bale performed many of his own stunts, he wasn’t allowed anywhere near the Batmobile. Batman Begins 2005 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • An unforeseen problem with the ninja training academy was that Liam Neeson towered over the rest of the men. Batman Begins 2005 This was swiftly solved by putting most of the ninjas on wooden blocks. Batman Begins 2005 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Incorrectly regarded as goofs: Ra's Al Ghul's name is pronounced "Rayshe Al Goole" as apposed to the "Roz Al Goole" spoken throughout the film. Batman Begins 2005 There are several interpretations of these characters and the film is no different. Batman Begins 2005 He is also not immortal. Batman Begins 2005 His name is simply pronounced the way it is spelled.

Batman Begins (2005) Plot: After training with his mentor, Batman begins his war on crime to free the crime-ridden Gotham City from corruption that the Scarecrow and the League of Shadows have cast upon it. Batman Begins 2005 Full summary »  »

Batman Begins (2005) Story: When his parents were killed, millionaire playboy Bruce Wayne relocates to Asia when he is mentored by Henri Ducard and Ra’s Al Ghul in how to fight evil. Batman Begins 2005 When learning about the plan to wipe out evil in Gotham City by Ducard, Bruce prevents this plan from getting any further and heads back to his home. Batman Begins 2005 Back in his original surroundings, Bruce adopts the image of a bat to strike fear into the criminals and the corrupt as the icon known as ‘Batman’. Batman Begins 2005 But it doesn’t stay quiet for long. Batman Begins 2005 Written byFilmFanUk

Synopsis

Batman Begins (2005) Synopsis: The film’s story is divided into three time-lines:

-Blue represents the present

-Red represents close flashbacks, which deal with Bruce Wayne 3 years earlier

-Green represents distant flashbacks, which deal with Bruce Wayne aged 8 years old

In the present and close flashbacks, Bruce Wayne is played by Christian Bale and Rachel Dawes is played by Katie Holmes. Batman Begins 2005 In distant flashbacks, Bruce Wayne is played by Gus Lewis and Rachel Dawes is played by Emma Lockhart.

A large swarm of bats fly from left to right of shot. Batman Begins 2005 Back-lighted by a reddish sky, they make the shape of Batman’s symbol.

Distant flashback: Bruce Wayne and Rachel Dawes are playing in the Wayne Manor garden. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce falls down an sealed up well and fractures his arm. Batman Begins 2005 He is then attacked by a swarm of bats emerging from a large gaping crack at the well base.

Present: Bruce wakes up from the nightmare in a Chinese prison. Batman Begins 2005 It becomes apparent that Bruce is regularly attacked by other inmates who brawl with him 6 to 1 at breakfast. Batman Begins 2005 Having beaten the majority of them, Bruce is punished with solitary confinement by the prison guards. Batman Begins 2005 In solitary, Bruce is approached by a man called Henri Ducard (Liam Neeson). Batman Begins 2005 Ducard displays a great deal of knowledge and authority by getting an audience with Bruce from the prison and by stating that he knows who Bruce is. Batman Begins 2005 Ducard then offers Bruce a place in the League of Shadows — a collective of vigilantes and assassins. Batman Begins 2005 He deems that the League can offer Bruce a path to true justice instead of ‘locking himself away with criminals to take them on one at a time.’ Ducard arranges for Bruce to be released in the morning, when he will have to decide whether he will accept Ducard’s offer. Batman Begins 2005 Should he do so he must pick a rare blue flower from the eastern slopes and carry it to the top of a nearby mountain.

Bruce is released, as promised, and carries out his task. Batman Begins 2005 After carrying the flower to the top of the mountain, Bruce finds himself at the door of the League of Shadows headquarters. Batman Begins 2005 Inside he meets Ra’s al Ghul (Ken Watanabe), the head of the League, and is confronted by Henri Ducard once again. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce hands over the blue flower and in doing so completes his test for membership. Batman Begins 2005 Ducard then suddenly attacks him, warning the exhausted Bruce that ‘death does not wait for you to be ready.’ Although Bruce fights back he is easily beaten and collapses.

Distant flashback: Bruce is still in the well after being attacked by the bats. Batman Begins 2005 His father, Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Thomas Wayne (Linus Roache), comes down to rescue him and sets Bruce’s fractured arm with the help of the family butler Alfred Pennyworth (Michael Caine). Batman Begins 2005 Thomas Wayne comforts Bruce by asking ‘Why do we fall? So we can learn to pick ourselves up’. Batman Begins 2005 Later on Bruce admits to his father that he was scared of the bats and is now suffering nightmares. Batman Begins 2005 After being comforted further, Thomas shows his son the pearl necklace he’ll give to his wife as a gift.

That night, Thomas and Martha take Bruce to the opera via monorail. Batman Begins 2005 While on the train, Thomas confides that the city is in an economic downturn, and his company Wayne Enterprises funded the construction of the trains, routing them into the center of the city. Batman Begins 2005 Thomas, however, leaves running of the company to more interested people, prefering to work as a doctor at the hospital. Batman Begins 2005 While watching the opera Mefistofele Bruce is frightened by the bats in the production, which remind him of the bats that attacked him and asks his father if they can leave. Batman Begins 2005 Outside, in an alleyway, a man named Joe Chill (Richard Brake) accosts them with a revolver and demands the pearl necklace Thomas gave to Martha. Batman Begins 2005 A fight breaks out, and in the struggle, both Thomas and Martha are shot and are mortally wounded. Batman Begins 2005 Chill runs away, leaving Bruce alone with his parents. Batman Begins 2005 Before dying, Thomas manages to tell Bruce, "Don’t be afraid…."

That night, Bruce is watched after at the police station by officer James Gordon (Gary Oldman). Batman Begins 2005 Midway through, police commissioner Gillian B. Batman Begins 2005 Loeb (Colin MacFarlane) comes in and informs Bruce that the police have caught Chill.

Bruce is put into Alfred’s care. Batman Begins 2005 After the funeral, Wayne Enterprises CEO William Earle (Rutger Hauer) tells Bruce that the company will be looked after until Bruce grows up. Batman Begins 2005 Alfred tries to console Bruce when the boy confesses that his parents’ deaths were his fault because he asked to leave the opera early.

Present: Ducard asks Bruce if he still feels responsible for the death of his parents. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce responds that his is far too angry to feel guilty. Batman Begins 2005 His training with the League of Shadows begins. Batman Begins 2005 He is trained in the arts of ninjutsu, stealth, combat theatricality and deception. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce is trained not only to fight 6 men but to ‘engage 600.’

Ducard enforces his belief that all forms of crime must be fought without mercy and pity. Batman Begins 2005 Ducard explains that his wife was murdered and that he joined the League when he achieved his vengeance. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce reveals that he can’t claim his vengeance.

Close flashback: 14 years after his parents were killed, Bruce arrives at Wayne Manor from Princeton University; he’s come home for Joe Chill’s parole hearing. Batman Begins 2005 Alfred still manages the house and expresses his concern over Bruce. Batman Begins 2005 Rachel is now an Assistant District Attorney and takes Bruce to the hearing. Batman Begins 2005 Unknown to her, Bruce is concealing a revolver, with which he plans to shoot Chill down if he is released.

In the hearing, Chill expresses remorse for the murder of Bruce’s parents and is given parole should he testify against his cellmate, gang boss Carmine Falcone (Tom Wilkinson). Batman Begins 2005 However, before Bruce can act, a female assassin posing as a reporter comes up with a pistol in hand and shoots Chill. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce watches as Chill bleeds to death and the assassin is arrested.

Driving away after the incident, Rachel lectures Bruce afterward on the difference between justice and revenge and reveals that Gotham City is still suffering because of Falcone’s illegal drug empire. Batman Begins 2005 Rachel then slaps him harshly when he reveals that he was planning to shoot Chill. Batman Begins 2005 She tells him that his father would be ashamed of him.

Bruce, convinced that he has nothing to lose, makes his way to a bar in the Gotham underworld to confront Falcone. Batman Begins 2005 Falcone brags about his control over the city’s police and judges, even pointing out who he has in his pockets who is present. Batman Begins 2005 He then threatens Rachel and Alfred to prove that Bruce does have a lot to lose. Batman Begins 2005 His thugs beat up Bruce and he leaves. Batman Begins 2005 Left no other choice but to run away, Bruce stows away aboard a cargo ship leaving the port.

Bruce is then shown in China stealing food to survive and eventually getting involved in gangster operations in order to infiltrate them. Batman Begins 2005 He is then arrested – ironically, in the act of stealing Wayne Enterprise crates – and sent to the prison Ducard discovered him in at the beginning.

Present: When Bruce reaches a skill level in which he is an equal to the majority in the League, he faces Ducard in combat. Batman Begins 2005 However, he is exposed beforehand to the vapors of the blue flower he brought up to the mountain earlier. Batman Begins 2005 The smoke distorts his senses and makes him hallucinate about bats, his greatest fear. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce overcomes his phobia and employs a clever trick to best Ducard in a sword fight, passing the trial.

Ra’s al Ghul sends for him and Ducard. Batman Begins 2005 Ra’s puts Bruce to one final task before becoming a full member of the League. Batman Begins 2005 The task is to execute a prisoner of the League — a man who has stolen his neighbour’s land and killed them. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce refuses. Batman Begins 2005 Ra’s reveals to Bruce that he has been trained in order to lead the League to Gotham City, which is corrupted by evil to such an extent that it must be razed. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce sets a diversion, and lighs the League’s headquarters on fire and is forced to fight al Ghul while the the rest of the League escapes the wreckage to safety. Batman Begins 2005 Ducard is knocked out by Bruce who then manages to fend off Ra’s, who is killed instantly when a roof beam collapses on him. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce picks up an unconscious Ducard and rescues him from the building as it explodes. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce leaves Ducard in the care of a villager.

Bruce contacts Alfred, who arrives in a private jet to pick him up. Batman Begins 2005 Alfred reveals that Bruce, who has been away for seven years, has been legally declared dead by William Earle so that Earle can take Wayne Enterprises public. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce says it’s a good thing he willed everything to Alfred, who jokes that Bruce is welcome to borrow the Rolls-Royce….so long as he brings it back with a full tank. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce explains to Alfred a plan he has to fight the Gotham underworld by taking on a new persona, which all criminals will fear.

In Gotham, a serial killer named Victor Zsaz (Tim Booth), who is allegedly insane, is being transferred from a regular prison to the Arkham Asylum on the opinion of Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Jonathan Crane (Cillian Murphy). Batman Begins 2005 Rachel challenges this as Zsaz is yet another one of Falcone’s thugs that Crane has had moved to the Asylum and away from prison, and goes unnoticed due to Falcone’s corrupt influence. Batman Begins 2005 Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane meets with Falcone later on that night and demands that Rachel be dealt with. Batman Begins 2005 When Falcone refuses, Crane threatens him with the knowledge that his unknown boss is coming to the city.

Holed up in Wayne Manor, Bruce begins to work out what has happened since he has been away. Batman Begins 2005 While doing so he spots a bat flying around the ceiling. Batman Begins 2005 He goes back to the abandoned well and climbs down. Batman Begins 2005 Through the crack in which the bats appeared when he was attacked in his childhood, Bruce finds a huge cave filled with bats, which is connected to the lowest foundations of Wayne Manor. Batman Begins 2005 Coming to terms with his fear he establishes the cave as his base of operations.

Bruce decides to announce his return and reports to Wayne Enterprises, where he makes a dramatic entrance to his own company’s building by seducing a secretary into playing office golf. Batman Begins 2005 Earle, clearly shocked, warns him that he cannot prevent the company from going public at this later stage. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce explains that he is not bothered by this and that all he wants is a job, preferably in Applied Sciences.

Earle sets this up and Bruce goes to meet his new ‘boss’, his father’s best friend Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman). Batman Begins 2005 Fox explains to Bruce that the Applied Sciences Department is a dead end, where Earle can reassign employees he considers troublemakers. Batman Begins 2005 Fox introduces Bruce to some of the equipment he’s invented, that Bruce finds worthy. Batman Begins 2005 One is a special bulletproof Nomex survival suit, a Kevlar suit that will stop knives and any gun but a straight shot. Batman Begins 2005 It was meant for military use, but it apparently never caught on because the Army didn’t think soldiers’ lives were worth the $300,000 cost. Batman Begins 2005 Other items Fox shows to Bruce include a grappling gun and a safety harness. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce casually asks Fox if he can ‘borrow’ the gear for spelunking. Batman Begins 2005 Fox allows it, considering all the equipment to belong to Bruce anyway, though he is curious why Bruce is expecting to run into a lot of gunfire in the caves he’s exploring.

Bruce continues to explore the cave where he and Alfred find the lower foundations of the southeast wing of Wayne Manor and an old elevator shaft leading back up the house. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce also begins to modify the battle suit he borrowed adding bat-shaped gauntlets and spray-painting it a dark black.

A few nights later, Bruce dons a ski mask and the grappling gear, goes to the police station, and breaks into Gordon’s office, recognizing Gordon, who since we last saw him has been promoted to sergeant, to be one of the city’s few uncorrupted cops. Batman Begins 2005 By threatening him with a staple gun behind his back, Bruce questions Gordon on what it would take to bring Falcone to justice. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon responds that leverage on the corrupt Judge Faden and a D.A. Batman Begins 2005 brave enough to prosecute will be needed. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce tells him to watch for his sign, then escapes by jumping off the roof across to the next building, injuring himself in the process. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon tries to give chase, but it proves worthless to chase a random nut.

Bruce realizes now that he needs a lightweight fabric to make a glider wing or parachute. Batman Begins 2005 He goes back to Fox and asks if there is any technology there that would suit him for ‘BASE-jumping.’ Fox shows him a special material called memory cloth, which is designed so that the molecules realign to form any type of rigid shape when an electric current passes through it. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce then takes interest in a tank-like transport called the Tumbler. Batman Begins 2005 As he drives it around an open warehouse floor, Fox explains that it was built as a bridging vehicle for the army. Batman Begins 2005 It is able to accelerate to high speeds, is tricked out with a variety of gadgets and weapons, and has a booster rocket that can send the vehicle into a "rampless" jump. Batman Begins 2005 At the end of the session, Fox asks Bruce what he thinks of the Tumbler. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce only has one question: "Does it come in black?"

Back in the cave, Bruce adds further modifications to his suit, adding a radio transmitter, a cowling, the memory cloth, and a utility belt. Batman Begins 2005 He makes steel shurikens in the shape of a bat. Batman Begins 2005 He explains to Alfred that he has chosen the bat as his symbol because bats frighten him and it’s time that his enemies shared his dread.

At the docks, Falcone and a corrupt police officer, Arnold Flass (Mark Boone Junior), are watching Falcone’s thugs unload a shipment of drugs from an inbound cargo ship. Batman Begins 2005 The drugs are concealed in toys — stuffed bears and rabbits. Batman Begins 2005 The bears are to go to the drug dealers and the rabbits to a mystery man in the Narrows — a poverty-stricken area of Gotham overrun by crime. Batman Begins 2005 However, three of the thugs mysteriously vanish leaving nothing but a loud scream as they vanish into the darkness. Batman Begins 2005 As the others investigate, more disappear. Batman Begins 2005 The Batman quickly disposes of the remaining thugs and attacks Falcone.

Gordon and his officers arrive to find the drugs and disarmed thugs at the scene and Falcone bound to a searchlight with his coat cut in such a way as to produce the shadow of a bat in the night sky.

Meanwhile, Rachel is getting off a monorail train, while being shadowed by two thugs. Batman Begins 2005 She notices one and threatens him with a taser. Batman Begins 2005 He runs in fear when he sees Batman beating up the second thug. Batman Begins 2005 As Rachel turns she screams at the sight of Batman. Batman Begins 2005 He produces photographs compromising Judge Faden and then disappears as a police officer shows up.

The news the next day of a ‘Batman’ has the whole city talking. Batman Begins 2005 Rachel and the D.A.’s office decide that there is enough evidence to put Falcone on trial despite it been given to them by a vigilante.

Alfred wakes Bruce up at 3:00pm in the afternoon, despite Bruce’s pleas for more sleep, and then frets over the bruises and injuries that he has taken the previous night. Batman Begins 2005 He informs Bruce that he must live the life he would normally in public in order not to raise suspicion – doing such things as drive exotic sports cars, date Film stars, buy things that are not for sale, etc.

Earle is informed that a Wayne Tech Enterprise weapon, a microwave emitter, has been stolen from one of their cargo ships. Batman Begins 2005 The emitter is another military weapon, which uses focused microwaves to vaporize an enemy’s water supply.

Bruce takes Alfred’s advice quite to the extreme. Batman Begins 2005 His first night, he attends a party at a hotel with two female escorts, who almost get Bruce kicked out by bathing in the decorative fountain. Batman Begins 2005 Without hesitating, Bruce gets out of the situation by writing a check and purchasing the hotel on the spot. Batman Begins 2005 There he meets Rachel for the first time since returning from China. Batman Begins 2005 Although he tries to convince her that the way he is acting isn’t really him, she tells him that "it’s not who you are underneath, but what you do that defines you."

Falcone has cut his wrists in prison to bolster his insanity plea and enable a move to Arkham Asylum. Batman Begins 2005 Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane is brought in to assess his "insanity". Batman Begins 2005 Once they’re alone, Falcone demands that Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane move him or he will tell the police to have a closer look at the drugs Falcone has been trafficking for Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane. Batman Begins 2005 Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane asks Falcone if he wants to see the mask he uses in his experiments at the Asylum, which he says the patients can’t stand. Batman Begins 2005 He pulls a burlap-sack mask out of his briefcase. Batman Begins 2005 He releases gas from his suitcase and puts on the mask, which acts as an air filter. Batman Begins 2005 Falcone screams with fear at the hallucinations caused by the gas. Batman Begins 2005 Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane is next seen leaving the room with his masked stored away, while Falcone’s screams can still be heard. Batman Begins 2005 Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane tells the warden that Falcone isn’t faking and should be moved to the Asylum.

The following night Batman visits Gordon and tells him that only half the drugs brought in on Falcone’s ship were to be sent to the dealers. Batman Begins 2005 He and Gordon conclude that it would help to interrogate Flass, who Batman identified at the docks making his escape. Batman Begins 2005 Flass is pickpocketing money from a food vendor on the street while being served falafel. Batman Begins 2005 As he walks away into a narrow alley, he springs a trap and is flown upside-down to the rooftops, suspended from Batman’s grapple cord. Batman Begins 2005 Threatened by Batman, Flass tells him about the bear and rabbit shipments, that the rabbits make their way to the Narrows, and that there is some other substance hidden in the rabbits. Batman Begins 2005 Batman returns Flass to the ground and disappears. Batman Begins 2005 Meanwhile, Rachel’s boss, the district attorney, is shot and killed by an assailant disguised as a police officer when he finds Wayne Enterprises’ missing microwave emitter in one of Falcone’s containers.

Batman makes his way to the Narrows and finds an apartment stuffed with cuddly rabbit toys stuffed with the drugs. Batman Begins 2005 At that moment Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane and two of his men enter and Batman hides. Batman Begins 2005 At Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane’s orders, the thugs douse gasoline around the apartment. Batman Begins 2005 Batman comes out of hiding and beats the two thugs. Batman Begins 2005 Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane, wearing his burlap mask, emerges and gases him with the same gas he used on Falcone, using gas cylinders hidden in his shirt cuffs. Batman Begins 2005 Batman falls helplessly to the floor and scrambles around hallucinating bats and his parents’ death. Batman Begins 2005 Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane douses him in gasoline while taunting him. Batman Begins 2005 He then lights a cigarette lighter and throws it at Batman’s chest, causing his suit to burst into flames. Batman Begins 2005 Batman throws himself out of the window into the rain swept streets of the Narrows and hits the street with a thud. Batman Begins 2005 Desperately rolling around he puts out the flames, to the shock of the on-lookers, and then stumbles about trying to get his grapple gun. Batman Begins 2005 He fires the gun upwards and is carried to to a nearby rooftop. Batman Begins 2005 From there he grabs his communicator and calls for Alfred to help him. Batman Begins 2005 He’s still suffering from the hallucinations. Batman Begins 2005 Alfred arrives and takes Batman into the car and drives him to the Manor. Batman Begins 2005 Batman tells him to ‘take poison…blood…blood poison’, before passing out.

Hearing his father’s voice asking ‘Bruce, why do we fall?", Bruce wakes up in his bed as if from a nightmare. Batman Begins 2005 Alfred reveals that he has been unconscious for 2 days and that today is his birthday — ‘many happy returns.’ Bruce tells him that he has felt the effects of whatever Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane used on him before but not as strongly. Batman Begins 2005 Fox comes in and warns Bruce that he’s been ‘hanging out in the wrong nightclubs.’ Alfred explains the he called Fox to help treat Bruce. Batman Begins 2005 Fox, after making a point of how hard he has worked to save Bruce, explains that he has created an antidote to the toxic gas. Batman Begins 2005 When asked if he could make any more of the antidote, Fox expresses concern that Bruce is willing to ‘go back to the same club’ and gas himself again, but he promises to bring what he has. Batman Begins 2005 He also explains that the antidote will inoculate people against the toxin.

Rachel turns up at the Manor to give Bruce his birthday present and to apologize that she can’t make his birthday party that night. Batman Begins 2005 Her boss has been missing for two days; she jokes bitterly about searching the river for his body. Batman Begins 2005 She cuts away from the conversation as she get a message informing her that Falcone has been moved from prison to Arkham on Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane’s orders. Batman Begins 2005 She rushes off to challenge Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane’s decision. Batman Begins 2005 Knowing the she is in danger from Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane, Bruce changes to Batman, despite the guests who will soon arrive for his party.

Rachel arrives at Arkham and watches Falcone — now genuinely insane — mumbling the word "Scarecrow" over and over. Batman Begins 2005 When she questions Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane on the meaning of scarecrow, Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane explains that a significant number of inmates focus their paranoia on an external tormentor, such as a scarecrow. Batman Begins 2005 Both are unaware that Batman is listening from outside. Batman Begins 2005 When Rachel demands that Falcone be evaluated by Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Lehmann, the court’s psychiatrist, Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane leads her into the lower floors of the Asylum. Batman Begins 2005 To her horror, Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane brings her to the basement where inmates are pouring a toxin into the water pipes below. Batman Begins 2005 Rachel runs for it but Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane catches her, now wearing his burlap mask, and gases her with his toxin. Batman Begins 2005 A terrified Rachel is interrogated by Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane in the basement. Batman Begins 2005 Suddenly the lights go out. Batman Begins 2005 Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane acknowledges that the Batman has arrived. Batman Begins 2005 He tells the guards not to worry about Rachel as she has been given a concentrated dose and will not last long, but to phone the police. Batman Begins 2005 He explains that the police can’t stop the toxin, but Batman might — unless the police stop him first.

Although Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane’s henchmen are prepared, Batman appears in the basement and overcomes them all easily. Batman Begins 2005 He gasses Crane with his own toxin. Batman Begins 2005 He interrogates Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Crane, who lets slip that he is working for Ra’s al Ghul before passing out. Batman Begins 2005 Batman picks up Rachel and takes her high up on the landing before the huge stairway at Arkham’s entrance. Batman Begins 2005 The police arrive. Batman Begins 2005 Not willing to wait for backup in the form of a SWAT team as Flass is, Gordon goes into the building and is grabbed by Batman. Batman Begins 2005 The SWAT teams arrive. Batman Begins 2005 Batman explains to Gordon that he needs to get Rachel to his hideout so he can give her the antidote to the toxin. Batman Begins 2005 But Batman can’t escape the Swat team while carrying Rachel, so he asks Gordon carry her to the alley outside on the Narrows side. Batman Begins 2005 He then activates a device in the heel of his boot, which emits a high-pitched scream. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon takes Rachel down the stairway as SWAT raids the building. Batman Begins 2005 As they begin to set up, a huge swarm of bats breaks into the building in response to Batman’s signal. Batman Begins 2005 With bats everywhere distracting the SWAT officers, Batman drops from the stairway using his cape to land safely. Batman Begins 2005 He breaks into the prisoners’ area, courteously apologizing for disturbing the inmates, and uses explosives to break outside. Batman Begins 2005 There he meets Gordon and takes Rachel from him.

Batman refuses further help from Gordon, knowing he can’t take him too, and gets into the Tumbler. Batman Begins 2005 He heads back through Gotham pursued by police cars and helicopters. Batman Begins 2005 A very dramatic car chase ensues as Batman weaves through parking garage ramps, over church roofs, underground tunnels, and highways, destroying multiple police cars with evasive manuevers and caltrops to blow out their tires, and makes it back to the cave. Batman Begins 2005 He finds that Fox has delivered three vials of the toxin antidote, one of which he uses to save Rachel.

Gordon gets a report from the detectives studying the toxin in the water. Batman Begins 2005 Gotham’s whole water system is laced with the stuff; it must have taken weeks to prepare the material. Batman Begins 2005 No one has noticed anything up to now because the toxin apparently has no effect unless it’s inhaled.

Meanwhile, Rachel wakes up inside the cave and Batman explains what has happened. Batman Begins 2005 He tells her he is going to sedate her and when she wakes up she will be at home with the two remaining vials of the antidote. Batman Begins 2005 She must get them to Gordon — one for him to inoculate himself and one for mass production. Batman Begins 2005 He sedates her and gets changed for his party.

Bruce tells Alfred about Rachel and asks him to take her home. Batman Begins 2005 He goes to the party downstairs to a chorus of Happy Birthday. Batman Begins 2005 He meets Earle ,who tells him that the stock offering was a success; the buyers were mostly trusts and brokerages. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce finds Fox and thanks him for the antidote vials that he delivered. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce then tells him what has happened. Batman Begins 2005 Fox interrupts that the water won’t help disperse an inhalant. Batman Begins 2005 He stops and thinks. Batman Begins 2005 He says the stolen the microwave emitter could vaporize all the water in the mains, releasing the toxin. Batman Begins 2005 He reveals that he has been fired by Earle for asking too many questions about it. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce asks him to break into Wayne Enterprises and begin making more antidote.

Bruce is carted off unwillingly to another section of the party by Mrs. Batman Begins 2005 Delane. Batman Begins 2005 When she insists that he must meet a man called Ra’s al Ghul, she suddenly has Bruce’s attention. Batman Begins 2005 As the figure turns around, it is clearly not Ra’s. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce whispers that he watched Ra’s die. Batman Begins 2005 A familiar voice from behind asks ‘but is Ra’s al Ghul immortal? Are his methods supernatural?’ Bruce turns around to the sight of Henri Ducard. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce thinks slowly before figuring out that Ducard is the true Ra’s and the man Bruce fought back at the League of Shadows HQ was a decoy. Batman Begins 2005 Ra’s muses that they both have double identities. Batman Begins 2005 He then lectures Bruce on the weakness of compassion. Batman Begins 2005 Even though Bruce had saved his life, he will still destroy Gotham.

Ra’s gives Bruce a chance to get the innocent guests out of the house, which he does by acting drunk and insulting them. Batman Begins 2005 After Bruce demands his guests leave him in peace, he and Ra’s walk together. Batman Begins 2005 Ra’s explains that Crane’s fear toxin is derived from the blue flowers back in China and that he found a way of weaponising it. Batman Begins 2005 Crane, however, is not a member of the League of Shadows and his idea of the plan was that they would hold the city to ransom. Batman Begins 2005 Ra’s explains that Gotham must be destroyed because of how corrupt it is — which he illustrates by explaining that the League of Shadows has infiltrated every level of its infrastructure. Batman Begins 2005 The scene is intercut with a series of shots showing members of the League disguised as officials and police officers releasing people from Arkham — including Victor Zsaz and Crane, who, still under the effects of his own fear toxin, only mumbles ‘scarecrow.’

Back at the Manor, Ra’s offers Bruce one last chance to join and help the League, which Bruce refuses, claiming that there are still good people in the city and that Gotham isn’t beyond saving. Batman Begins 2005 Ra’s nods to other League members, who set fire to the mansion. Batman Begins 2005 Ra’s explains that Gotham has been attacked by the League before through economics, which caused the depression when Bruce was a child. Batman Begins 2005 Ra’s hoped that the city would destroy itself through the unequal distribution of wealth, however certain members of the rich families, such as Bruce’s parents, donated money to help Gotham recover. Batman Begins 2005 But Ra’s is back to the finish the job. Batman Begins 2005 With this Ra’s attacks Bruce and pushes him in the way of a falling beam which pins an unconscious Bruce to the floor. Batman Begins 2005 With Wayne Manor burning around him Ra’s says ‘Justice is balance. Batman Begins 2005 You burned down my house and left me for dead. Batman Begins 2005 Consider us even.’

Meanwhile the Narrows is in a state of panic as hundreds of rapists and murders are freed from the Asylum. Batman Begins 2005 Rachel wakes up in her bed with the two vials of antidote.

Alfred arrives back at Wayne Manor and uses a golf club to knock out a League member guarding the house. Batman Begins 2005 Praying that the man was not a member of the fire department, Alfred rushes into the burning house and rouses Bruce. Batman Begins 2005 Managing to free himself, Bruce is led to the cave by Alfred as the house collapses.

Alfred inspects Bruce for injuries as Bruce is torn about the destruction of his father’s house. Batman Begins 2005 Alfred tells him that the Wayne legacy is more than bricks and mortar and quotes Thomas Wayne: ‘Why do we fall, sir? So that we can learn to pick ourselves up.’

Police in full strength are moving from central Gotham across the bridge to the Narrows island. Batman Begins 2005 Rachel, being a D.A., is allowed to pass. Batman Begins 2005 She finds Gordon and gives him the antidote. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon explains that they are going to raise the bridges to the island and they need to get Rachel off before they do.

One last SWAT van is allowed over to the Narrows secretly carrying Ra’s, a handful of his henchmen and the microwave emitter. Batman Begins 2005 A train, on the overhead Wayne line is stopped by the League where the Microwave emitter is being prepared to be hoisted up to it. Batman Begins 2005 While the drawbridges are raised, Ra’s sets off the machine causing all of the water in the pipes below the streets to vaporize and blow the pipes open in the Narrows. Batman Begins 2005 The toxin is released and affects everyone in the Narrows including the escaped convicts and the police alike. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon inoculates himself with the antidote and finds a fearful Flass ready to shoot two innocent and equally frightened teenagers. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon knocks him out and handcuffs him to a railing. Batman Begins 2005 Meanwhile the few remaining people of the Gotham Police force wonder what is going on.

The Narrows begins to tear itself apart. Batman Begins 2005 In the streets, people violently attack one another. Batman Begins 2005 Rachel is confronted by Crane on a horse whose previous rider, a riot cop, is dragged behind. Batman Begins 2005 Wearing his burlap mask, Crane announces to her his new alias, ‘the Scarecrow.’

Gordon requests reinforcements but to his dismay he is told that all of the riot police are already on the island and there is no one left to send. Batman Begins 2005 Suddenly the Tumbler shoots across the gap from Gotham to the Narrows. Batman Begins 2005 Batman explains to Gordon that Ra’s intends to use the train to carry the microwave emitter to Wayne Tower. Batman Begins 2005 When the train reaches Wayne Tower at the center of Gotham, the microwave emitter will vaporise the contents of all the water mains, covering the whole city with the toxin. Batman Begins 2005 He asks Gordon for help and gives him the key to the Tumbler.

The Scarecrow is about to run down Rachel. Batman Begins 2005 She fires her taser and hits him in the face. Batman Begins 2005 His horse carries him away screaming. Batman Begins 2005 Rachel is surrounded by a dozen inmates from Arkham, including the serial killer Mr. Batman Begins 2005 Zasz, carrying a knife. Batman Begins 2005 Batman jumps from above them, cracking Zasz over the head, picks up Rachel and carries her to a rooftop and to safety. Batman Begins 2005 As Batman leaves her she asks him who he is. Batman Begins 2005 He replies ‘It’s not who I am underneath, but what I do that defines me’ — quoting her own words back at her. Batman Begins 2005 She says ‘Bruce?’ as he jumps from the rooftop and uses his memory cloth cape as a glider. Batman Begins 2005 As he seemingly flies in the air, the fearful people below shriek in terror as their hallucinations warp the sight of him. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon orders the main bridge to be lowered and starts up the Tumbler.

Ra’s is overseeing the madness below as his men fasten the microwave emitter into place on board the train. Batman Begins 2005 He spots Batman gliding towards him. Batman Begins 2005 Batman lands on the train platform. Batman Begins 2005 Ra’s comments that he took his advice on theatricality a bit too literally and boards the train. Batman Begins 2005 Four members of the League appear and prevent Batman from pursuing. Batman Begins 2005 During the fight, Batman tries to uses his grapple hook to secure himself to the train but it is knocked out of his hand. Batman Begins 2005 The fight takes all participants down to the street floor where Batman manages to overcome all four League members. Batman Begins 2005 However he is ganged up on by dozens of terrified and angry citizens. Batman Begins 2005 As Ra’s starts the train overhead, Batman finds his grapple gun and fires it at the train. Batman Begins 2005 He’s dragged behind the train. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon meanwhile is following the Tumbler’s GPS system toward Wayne Tower.

As the bridges are lowered, Ra’s's train breaks the water pipes, releasing the toxic gas. Batman Begins 2005 The Tumbler is not far behind. Batman Begins 2005 Batman manages to pull himself to the train. Batman Begins 2005 He smashes through one of the train windows and engages an infuriated Ra’s. Batman Begins 2005 Batman takes Ra’s sword and breaks it in two with his gauntlets. Batman Begins 2005 Distracting Ra’s, he stabs the sword into the braking controls of the train. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon arrives at Wayne Tower. Batman Begins 2005 He arms the Tumbler’s defense systems and fires missiles at a train rail foundation. Batman Begins 2005 With the train approaching Wayne Tower, Ra’s gets the upper hand over Batman and taunts him: ‘Don’t be afraid, Bruce. Batman Begins 2005 You are just an ordinary man in a cape. Batman Begins 2005 That’s why you couldn’t fight injustice, that’s why you can’t stop this train.’ Batman replies, ‘who said anything about stopping it?’ Ra’s looks up and notices a half of his sword sticking in the brake control. Batman Begins 2005 As this happens Gordon destroys the foundation and breaks the railway line. Batman Begins 2005 With this distraction, Batman regains the upper hand and pins Ra’s. Batman Begins 2005 Batman explains that he won’t kill Ra’s — but he doesn’t have to save him, either. Batman Begins 2005 He blows out the back end of the train car, throws himself out, and glides away. Batman Begins 2005 Ra’s can only look up to watch the train propel itself off the line and into the street below. Batman Begins 2005 The microwave emitter gets damaged by the impact and explodes, destroying the whole train.

The next day, Earle arrives at Wayne Enterprises to chair a meeting. Batman Begins 2005 He’d shocked to find that the meeting has already begun — and is led by Fox, who reveals he has Earle’s job.

Bruce is in the back of his car reading a newspaper: Batman has made the front page and Bruce is on page 8 under the headline ‘Drunken Billionaire Burns Down Home.’ He takes a call from Earle, who asks on what authority Bruce can decide who runs Wayne Enterprises. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce states that he is the owner. Batman Begins 2005 Earle reminds him that the company has gone public. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce explains that he bought most of the shares through various trusts and brokerages. Batman Begins 2005 Fox agrees with Bruce’s words, and asks Earle, "Didn’t you get the memo?" in reference to the words Earle told him when firing him from AS.

Back at Wayne Manor, Bruce is nailing boards over the old well in the garden when he is approached by Rachel. Batman Begins 2005 He apologizes for not telling her about his identity earlier. Batman Begins 2005 She apologizes for slapping him the day Chill died and for the horrible things that she said before he disappeared. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce tells her that what she said was true and that he was just a coward with a gun. Batman Begins 2005 He thanks her. Batman Begins 2005 She says that when she heard that he was back she began to hope. Batman Begins 2005 She moves closer towards him and kisses him. Batman Begins 2005 She then explains that she then found out about his mask — his actual face. Batman Begins 2005 She explains that his true face is the cowl of Batman and that the boy she loved long ago never came back. Batman Begins 2005 But maybe one day they can be together when Batman is no longer needed. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce nods. Batman Begins 2005 Rachel tells him that she was wrong and that Bruce’s father would be proud of him, just as she is.

Alfred is walking through the rubble of the Manor and Rachel asks Bruce about what he will do. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce replies that he’ll rebuild it just the way it was before. Batman Begins 2005 Rachel turns to leave. Batman Begins 2005 Alfred wonders if it’s a good time to improve the foundations of the south-east corner. Batman Begins 2005 Bruce agrees and they walk off.

That night, Batman meets Gordon, who reveals that he has recently been made a lieutenant. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon has also made a version of the signal that Batman had made with Falcone. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon talks about the escalation between law enforcement methods and criminal methods such as the police wearing Kevlar leading to criminals buying armor-piercing ammunition. Batman Begins 2005 He expresses concern that the city’s dependence on Batman may have negative consequences. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon uses a recent case as an example. Batman Begins 2005 A criminal with a taste for theatrics has killed two people. Batman Begins 2005 The suspect leaves a calling card at the scene of each crime. Batman Begins 2005 Gordon gives Batman the evidence: a Joker playing card (see The Dark Knight). Batman Begins 2005 Batman says that he will look into it. Batman Begins 2005 Batman then assures Gordon that they can make Gotham safe again and he jumps from the roof and glides away.

 

FullCast & Crew


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  • Larry J. Batman Begins 2005 Franco known as producer (as Larry Franco)
  • Benjamin Melniker known as executive producer
  • Lorne Orleans known as producer (IMAX version)
  • Charles Roven known as producer
  • Emma Thomas known as producer
  • Cheryl A. Batman Begins 2005 Tkach known as associate producer
  • Michael E. Batman Begins 2005 Uslan known as executive producer

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  • Christian Bale known as Bruce Wayne / Batman
  • Michael Caine known as Alfred
  • Liam Neeson known as Ducard
  • Katie Holmes known as Rachel Dawes
  • Gary Oldman known as Jim Gordon
  • Cillian Murphy known as Dr. Batman Begins 2005 Jonathan Crane / Scarecrow
  • Tom Wilkinson known as Carmine Falcone
  • Rutger Hauer known as Earle
  • Ken Watanabe known as Ra's Al Ghul
  • Mark Boone Junior known as Flass
  • Linus Roache known as Thomas Wayne
  • Morgan Freeman known as Lucius Fox
  • Larry Holden known as Finch
  • Gerard Murphy known as Judge Faden
  • Colin McFarlane known as Loeb
  • Sara Stewart known as Martha Wayne
  • Gus Lewis known as Bruce Wayne – age 8
  • Richard Brake known as Joe Chill
  • Rade Serbedzija known as Homeless Man (as Rade Sherbedgia)
  • Emma Lockhart known as Rachel Dawes – age 8
  • Christine Adams known as Jessica
  • Catherine Porter known as Blonde Female Reporter / Assassin
  • John Nolan known as Fredericks
  • Karen David known as Courthouse Reporter #1
  • Jonathan D. Batman Begins 2005 Ellis known as Courthouse Reporter #2
  • Tamer Hassan known as Faden's Limo Driver
  • Ronan Leahy known as Uniformed Policeman #1
  • Vincent Wong known as Old Asian Prisoner
  • Tom Wu known as Bhutanese Prison Guard #1
  • Mark Chiu known as Bhutanese Prison Guard #2
  • Turbo Kong known as Enormous Prisoner
  • Sai-Kit Yung known as Chinese Police Officer (as Stuart Ong)
  • Chike Chan known as Chinese Police Officer
  • Tenzin Clive Ball known as Himalayan Child
  • Tenzin Gyurme known as Old Himalayan Man
  • Jamie Hayden known as Stocky Chinese Man (as Jamie Cho)
  • David Murray known as Jumpy Thug
  • John Kazek known as Dock Thug #2
  • Darragh Kelly known as Dock Thug #3
  • Patrick Nolan known as Dock Cop #1
  • Joseph Rye known as Dock Cop #2
  • Kwaku Ankomah known as Dock Cop #3
  • Jo Martin known as Police Prison Official
  • Charles Edwards known as Wayne Enterprises Executive
  • Lucy Russell known as Female Restaurant Guest
  • Timothy Deenihan known as Male Restaurant Guest (as Tim Deenihan)
  • David Bedella known as Maitre D
  • Flavia Masetto known as Restaurant Blonde #1
  • Emily Steven-Daly known as Restaurant Blonde #2
  • Martin McDougall known as Gotham Dock Employee
  • Noah Lee Margetts known as Arkham Thug #1
  • Joe Hanley known as Arkham Thug #2
  • Karl Shiels known as Arkham Thug #3
  • Roger Griffiths known as Arkham Uniformed Policeman
  • Stephen Walters known as Arkham Lunatic
  • Richard Laing known as Arkham Chase Cop
  • Matt Miller known as Gotham Car Cop #3
  • Risteard Cooper known as Captain Simonson
  • Shane Rimmer known as Older Gotham Water Board Technician
  • Jeremy Theobald known as Younger Gotham Water Board Technician
  • Alexandra Bastedo known as Gotham Society Dame
  • Soo Hee Ding known as Farmer
  • Conn Horgan known as Monorail Driver (as Con Horgan)
  • Phill Curr known as Transit Cop
  • Jack Gleeson known as Little Boy
  • John Judd known as Narrows Bridge Cop
  • Sarah Wateridge known as Mrs. Batman Begins 2005 Dawes
  • Charlie Kranz known as Basement Club Manager
  • Terry McMahon known as Bad Swat Cop #1
  • Cedric Young known as Liquor Store Owner
  • Tim Booth known as Victor Zsaz
  • Tom Nolan known as Valet
  • Leon Delroy Williams known as Pedestrian
  • Roger Yuan known as Hazmat Technician
  • Joe Sargent known as Narrows Teenager #1
  • Mel Taylor known as Narrows Resident
  • Ilyssa Fradin known as Barbara Gordon
  • Andrew Pleavin known as Uniformed Policeman #2
  • Jeff Christian known as Driving Cop
  • John Burke known as Arkham Lunatic Cell Mate
  • Earlene Bentley known as Arkham Asylum Nurse
  • Alex Moggridge known as Arkham Asylum Orderly
  • Jay Buozzi known as Asian Man – Ra's Al Ghul Decoy
  • Jordan Shaw known as African Boy in Rags
  • Omar Mustafa known as Falafel Stand Vendor (as Omar Mostafa)
  • Patrick Pond known as Opera Performer #1 Faust- Bass
  • Poppy Tierney known as Opera Performer #2 Margaret – Soprano
  • Rory Campbell known as Opera Performer #3 Mefistofele – Tenor
  • Fabio Cardascia known as Caterer
  • Spencer Wilding known as League of Shadows Warriors
  • Mark Rhino Smith known as League of Shadows Warriors (as Rhino)
  • Khan Bonfils known as League of Shadows Warriors
  • Dave Legeno known as League of Shadows Warriors
  • Ruben Halse known as League of Shadows Warriors
  • Rodney Ryan known as League of Shadows Warriors
  • Dominic Burgess known as Narrows Cop
  • Nadia Cameron-Blakey known as Additional Restaurant Guest #1
  • Mark Straker known as Male Restaurant Guest #2
  • T.J. Batman Begins 2005 Ramini known as Crane Thug #1 (as TJ Ramini)
  • Kieran Hurley known as Crane Thug #2
  • Emmanuel Idowu known as Narrows Teenager #2
  • Jeff Tanner known as Bridge Cop
  • Dean Alexandrou known as League of Shadows Warriors (uncredited)
  • Joey Ansah known as League of Shadows Warriors (uncredited)
  • Anoushka Arden known as Juror (uncredited)
  • Alex Argenti known as Countess at the Opera (uncredited)
  • Morne Botes known as Party Animal (uncredited)
  • Kimber Closson known as Extra (uncredited)
  • Thomas D. Batman Begins 2005 Craven known as Thug (uncredited)
  • Ray Donn known as Gotham Police Officer (uncredited)
  • James Embree known as Fighting Shadow Warrior (uncredited)
  • Jon Foo known as League of Shadows Warriors (uncredited)
  • Tommy Gunn known as Shadow Warrior (uncredited)
  • Philip Harvey known as Victor Zsasz Attorney (uncredited)
  • Adam Hawkes known as Gotham Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Scott Hinds known as League of Shadows Warriors (uncredited)
  • Gil Kolirin known as Narrows Person (uncredited)
  • Jeff Lipman known as Falcone Bodyguard (uncredited)
  • Emil Martirossian known as League of Shadows Warriors (uncredited)
  • Jane Osborn known as Dancer in Opera (uncredited)
  • Ernest Pierce known as Swat Team Member (uncredited)
  • Dan Poole known as Narrows Rioter (uncredited)
  • Abdul Popoola known as Court Reporter (uncredited)
  • Marc Radz known as Gotham Swat (uncredited)
  • Mike Savva known as Arkham Cop (uncredited)
  • Michael Stailey known as Driver (uncredited)
  • Mark Strange known as League of Shadow Warriors (uncredited)
  • Chuen Tsou known as Shadow Warrior (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

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  • Deena Adair known as hairdresser: Mr. Batman Begins 2005 Freeman (as Deena Adair Williams)
  • Jane Body known as hair stylist
  • Nick Dudman known as prosthetic effects
  • Richard Glass known as contact lens optician
  • Claire Green known as assistant foam runner
  • Nancy Hancock known as makeup artist: Mr. Batman Begins 2005 Freeman (as Nancy Worthen-Hancock)
  • Tracey Lee known as hair and make up assistant
  • Laura McIntosh known as makeup artist
  • Tamara Mills known as hair trainee
  • Peter Robb-King known as hair designer
  • Peter Robb-King known as makeup designer
  • Sue Robb-King known as makeup artist
  • Jemma Scott-Knox-Gore known as contact lens technician
  • Jenny Sharpe known as makeup artist: Ms. Batman Begins 2005 Holmes
  • Zoe Tahir known as hair stylist
  • Vicki Vacca known as additional makeup artist
  • Tracey Wells known as chief hair stylist
  • Chelo known as additional makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Sarah Downes known as makeup trainee (uncredited)
  • Chris Lyons known as special effects teeth (uncredited)

Batman Begins (2005) Art Department:

  • Adam Aitken known as stand-by plasterer
  • Alex Aitken known as models
  • Douglas Allam known as hod plasterer
  • Martin Asbury known as storyboard artist
  • Celia Barnett known as specialist researcher
  • Rosie Bedford-Stradling known as construction nurse
  • Ute Bergk known as assistant set decorator
  • John Blakeley known as head sculptor
  • Troy Borisy known as leadman: Chicago
  • Guy Bradley known as senior draughtsman
  • Toby Britton known as draughtsman
  • Alan Brooks known as supervising carpenter
  • Alastair Bullock known as assistant art director
  • Claudio Campana known as draughtsman
  • Darryl Carter known as supervising carpenter
  • Dean Coldham known as plasterer
  • James Cornish known as storyboard artist
  • Jim Cornish known as storyboard artist
  • Noreen Coyne known as construction estimator
  • Wayne Day known as construction supervisor: Cardington
  • Peter Dorme known as assistant art director
  • Martin Duffy known as carpenter
  • Bob Eames known as supervising carpenter (as Robert Eames)
  • Peter Edge known as stand-by painter
  • Judith Edwards known as construction nurse: Cardington
  • Colin Ellis known as dressing props
  • Michael Finlay known as painter
  • Matthew Foster known as stand-by props
  • Mark Fruin known as dressing propman
  • Leigh Gilbert known as construction manager
  • Brad Good known as property master: Chicago
  • Oliver Goodier known as junior draughtsman
  • Barry Greaves known as production buyer
  • Jonathan Hall known as computer & video techician
  • Bernie Hearn known as chief stand-by props (as Bernard Hearn)
  • Robert Jackson known as carpenter
  • Thomas Jones known as weapons prop technician
  • Stuart Kearns known as stand-by art director
  • Jody King known as sculptor
  • Martin Kingsley known as assistant property master
  • Steven Lawrence known as supervising art director: Cardington
  • Charles Leatherland known as draughtsman
  • Amanda Leggatt known as art department assistant
  • Michael Lubomski known as construction: Chicago
  • Patrick Lumb known as art director: Chicago
  • Mary Mackenzie known as graphic artist (as Mary Ann Mackenzie)
  • Gaynor Maher known as construction production assistant: Cardington
  • Paul Marah known as stand-by carpenter
  • Stephen Morahan known as assistant art director
  • Eddie Murphy known as model maker
  • Ruth Nicol known as construction nurse
  • Cyrille Nomberg known as concept artist
  • Julie Ochipinti known as assistant set decorator
  • Troy Osman known as construction coordinator: Chicago
  • Wolfgang Osterholzer known as carpenter
  • David Packard known as scenic artist (as Dave Packard)
  • Sarah Robinson known as art department coordinator
  • Annushka Russell known as art department assistant
  • Chris Seddon known as drapes master
  • Jamie Shelley known as painter
  • Alex Smith known as draughtsman
  • Mike Smith known as hod carpenter
  • Mike Sotheran known as hod scenic painter
  • Gary Stopps known as supervising carpenter
  • Larry Szymanowski known as stand-by painter
  • Sophie Tarver known as propmaker
  • Ty Teiger known as property master
  • Bradley Torbett known as dressing propman
  • Remo Tozzi known as draughtsman
  • Roger Tyrell known as construction buyer
  • Sloane U'Ren known as assistant art director
  • Dan Walker known as concept artist
  • Julian Walker known as decor and lettering artist
  • Wolfgang Walther known as stand-by rigger
  • Peter Watson known as props
  • Ian Whiteford known as greensman
  • Peter Williams known as assistant construction manager
  • Greg Winter known as assistant scenic artist
  • Bradley Woodbridge known as painter
  • Matt Wyles known as props
  • Ravi Bansal known as concept illustrator (uncredited)
  • Alex Boswell known as props (uncredited)
  • Anna Bregman known as junior draughtsperson (uncredited)
  • Roy Chapman known as chargehand dressing props (uncredited)
  • Jordan Crockett known as junior draughtsman (uncredited)
  • Thomas J. Batman Begins 2005 Glynn known as set dresser: Chicago (uncredited)
  • Greg Goad known as set dresser: Chicago (uncredited)
  • Bruce Gordon known as sculptor: Bat car (uncredited)
  • Sarah Griggs known as construction coordinator (uncredited)
  • Kate Grimble known as draughtsman (uncredited)
  • Andrew Guyett known as painter (uncredited)
  • Derek Ixer known as props (uncredited)
  • Alex King known as props (uncredited)
  • Rene Knol known as dressing props (uncredited)
  • Ashley Lamont known as art department assistant (uncredited)
  • Dougie Lankston known as props (uncredited)
  • Lucy Lontay known as art department assistant (uncredited)
  • Glenn Marsh known as senior model maker (uncredited)
  • Naaman Marshall known as model maker (uncredited)
  • Simon McGuire known as concept artist (uncredited)
  • Dave Midson known as chargehand props (uncredited)
  • Joe Monks known as chargehand painter (uncredited)
  • Daniel Newton known as dressing props: Iceland (uncredited)
  • Michael V. Batman Begins 2005 Nichols known as set dressing gang boss: Chicago (uncredited)
  • John Noble known as props (uncredited)
  • Dermot Power known as concept illustrator (uncredited)
  • Ryan Roberts known as carpenter (uncredited)
  • Alex Rutherford known as modelmaker (uncredited)
  • Matthew Savage known as art department assistant (uncredited)
  • Laura Skinner known as painter (uncredited)
  • Adrian Start known as chargehand painter (uncredited)
  • Glenn Stevens known as stand-by construction (uncredited)
  • Keith Stevenson known as dressing props (uncredited)
  • Nic Stubbings known as dressing props (uncredited)
  • Daniel Thompson known as carpenter (uncredited)
  • Jason Torbett known as dressing props (uncredited)
  • Louis Turner known as dressing props (uncredited)
  • Missy Weimer known as art department assistant: Chicago (uncredited)
  • Brian West known as props (uncredited)
  • Andrew Williamson known as concept artist (uncredited)
  • Lotta Wolgers known as set designer (uncredited)
  • Rob Yale known as assistant property master: Chicago (uncredited)

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Company

Watch Batman Begins (2005) Free Film Watch Online HD Production Companies:

  • Warner Bros.
  • Syncopy
  • DC Comics
  • Legendary Pictures (uncredited)
  • Patalex III Productions Limited

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  • Capital FX  end titles
  • Casting Collective  extras casting
  • Corbis  stock images (as Corbis)
  • DDA Public Relations (DDA)  international publicity
  • FB-FX  costume prop
  • Flashpoint Studios  production assistance
  • Gearbox Sound and Vision  additional ProTools systems supplied by
  • Getty Images  stock images
  • Goldcrest Post Production London  ADR Facility
  • Joan Philo Casting  extras casting
  • Kodak  motion picture film supplied by
  • Lee Lighting  lighting
  • Lidar Services  visual effects (Lidar scanning and modelling)
  • Lightnin' Production Rentals  transportation equipment
  • Lightning Strikes  special lighting fixtures
  • Lipsync Post  scanning and recording
  • Media Safety  health & safety
  • Media World Logistics  production logistics (uncredited)
  • Mediacom 24-7  travel agent
  • Motion Control Cameras  visual effects
  • Film Lot, The  unit security
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  • Warner Bros. Batman Begins 2005 (2005) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Fox-Warner (2005) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
  • IMAX (2005) (worldwide) (theatrical) (IMAX version)
  • Sandrew Metronome Distribution Sverige AB (2005) (Sweden) (theatrical)
  • Sandrew Metronome Distribution (2005) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • Village Films (2005) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Batman Begins 2005 Entertainment (2005) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Batman Begins 2005 (2005) (Argentina) (theatrical)
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  • American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (2008) (USA) (TV) (broadcast premiere)
  • Argentina Video Home (2005) (Argentina) (DVD) (special edition)
  • Argentina Video Home (2005) (Argentina) (VHS)
  • Argentina Video Home (2008) (Argentina) (DVD) (double feature with the 'The Dark Knight' [2008])
  • Argentina Video Home (2009) (Argentina) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Argentina Video Home (2012) (Argentina) (DVD) (3-disc Trilogía Batman: El caballero de la noche)
  • Argentina Video Home (2012) (Argentina) (DVD) (Warner Home Video Colección Premium) (1-disc edition)
  • Argentina Video Home (2012) (Argentina) (video) (Blu-ray) (5-disc The Dark Knight Trilogy)
  • Audio Visual Enterprises (2005) (Greece) (DVD)
  • Film1 (2006) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • SBS6 (2008) (Netherlands) (TV)
  • Sub (2009) (Finland) (TV)
  • Warner Bros. Batman Begins 2005 Entertainment Finland Oy (2005) (Finland) (DVD)
  • Warner Bros. Batman Begins 2005 Entertainment (2005) (Spain) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2005) (Canada) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2005) (Switzerland) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2005) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2005) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2007) (Netherlands) (DVD) (HD DVD)
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  • Warner Home Video (2010) (Sweden) (DVD)
  • Warner Home Video (2005) (USA) (DVD)
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  • Warner Home Video (2008) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF) (2008) (Germany) (TV)

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  • Florent Andorra known as digital artist
  • Stephen Andrzejewski known as visual effects coordinator: Chicago (as Steve Andrzejewski)
  • Chris Armsden known as render wrangler: Double Negative
  • Stewart Ash known as digital artist
  • François-Xavier Aubague known as digital artist: BUF
  • Andrew Baggarley known as data wrangler: MPC
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  • David Basalla known as matchmover
  • Tim Baxter known as film recording
  • Pete Bebb known as CG sequence supervisor: Double Negative
  • Steven Begg known as miniature unit supervisor (as Steve Begg)
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  • Nicolas Bernard known as digital artist: BUF
  • Dan Bethell known as research & development lead: MPC
  • Cheryl Bickerton known as model unit coordinator: Cutting Edge
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  • Paul Birkett known as rotoscope artist: MPC
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  • Andrew Booth known as creative director: computer and video
  • Kevin Boyd known as video assist operator: visual effects unit, Chicago
  • Dameon Boyle known as matchmove artist
  • Karen Brakenridge known as visual effects photographer
  • Richard Briscoe known as senior digital compositor
  • Andre Brizard known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Jon R. Batman Begins 2005 Brown known as shoot matchmover (as Jon Brown)
  • Wendell Bruno known as assistant DMR editor (IMAX version)
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  • Michelle Corney known as visual effects producer: MPC
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  • Theo Diamantis known as digital compositor: MPC
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  • Julia Egerton known as digital compositor
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  • Will Elsdale known as visual effects: Double Negative
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  • Bruno Etchepare known as animator
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  • Stuart Farley known as technical director: Double Negative
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  • Paul J. Batman Begins 2005 Franklin known as visual effects supervisor: Double Negative (as Paul Franklin)
  • Alex Fry known as lead compositor
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  • Winston Gallagher known as production assistant
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  • Dan Glass known as visual effects supervisor
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  • Adrian Graham known as 3D technical director: Double Negative
  • Jericho Green known as modeler
  • Elysia Greening known as roto/prep artist: MPC
  • Gavin Gregory known as visual effects editorial: Double Negative
  • Lewis Guarniere known as data wrangler: MPC
  • Ummi Gudjonsson known as digital artist
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  • Frederique Gyuran known as digital artist: BUF
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  • Mara Hamilton known as visual effects producer: MPC
  • Qian Han known as roto/prep artist: MPC
  • Pete Hanson known as visual effects studio manager: Double Negative
  • Jeremy Hattingh known as digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Sarah Hemsley known as visual effects producer: The Senate VFX
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  • Michael Hull known as animator: Double Negative
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  • Niklas Jacobson known as lead CG artist: Double Negative
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  • Jordan Kirk known as technical director: Double Negative
  • Ryan Knowles known as data operator
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  • Mattias Lindahl known as lead 3D artist
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  • Sarah Lockwood known as digital compositor
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  • Ian Mackinnon known as visual effects
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  • Angela Magrath known as matchmove artist
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  • David Mayhew known as lead matchmover
  • Chris McBride known as computer and video supervisor
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  • Colin McEvoy known as character animation supervisor: Double Negative
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  • Steve McGee known as compositing sequence supervisor
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  • Jan Meade known as projectionist: Cinesite
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  • Luke Millar known as lead CG artist: Double Negative
  • Warren J. Batman Begins 2005 Mills known as digital I/O
  • Lea Morement known as visual effects assistant
  • Ben Morgan known as digital compositor
  • Saybian Morgan known as lighting technical director: MPC
  • Andrew Morley known as visual effects supervisor: MPC
  • Norah Mulroney known as digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures
  • Jesh Murthy known as visual effects
  • Craig Narramore known as miniatures effects
  • Stuart Nelhams known as visual effects film editorial: MPC
  • Nick New known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Charlie Noble known as 2D supervisor: Double Negative
  • Rich Nosworthy known as digital effects artist: MPC
  • Collette Nunes known as visual effects editor: Jim Henson's Creature Shop
  • Giles O'Brien known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Alban Orlhiac known as lead texture artist: Double Negative
  • Alison Parraco known as visual effects coordinator (as Oopie Parraco)
  • Martin Parsons known as character setup supervisor: Double Negative
  • Adam Paschke known as digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures
  • Joe Pavlo known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Aleksandar Pejic known as visual effects: Double Negative
  • Peter Pelisek known as DMR artist: Imax
  • Venetia Penna known as scanning and recording operator
  • Kevin Phelan known as scanning and recording producer: Lip Sync Post
  • Stuart Pitcher known as end title animator
  • Marnie Pitts known as lighting technical director: MPC
  • Fred Place known as digital compositor
  • Matthew Plummer known as visual effects producer: Double Negative (as Matt Plummer)
  • Thomas Proctor known as virtual stills supervisor
  • Michael S. Batman Begins 2005 Pryor known as head of digital production: Jim Henson's Creature Shop
  • Cristina Puente known as digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Farhan Qureshi known as digital artist
  • Paul Raeburn known as lead digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures
  • Max Rees known as visual effects
  • Graham Riddell known as senior propmaker
  • Michael Ridgwell known as digital artist
  • Ben Roberts known as digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures
  • Katherine Roberts known as visual effects: Double Negative
  • Aled Robinson known as visual effects editor: MPC
  • D. Batman Begins 2005 Eric Robinson known as DMR artist: Imax
  • Guillaume Rocheron known as digital artist: BUF
  • Craig Edward Rogers Jr. Batman Begins 2005 known as film recording
  • Tom Rolfe known as digital compositor
  • Jackie Rowson known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Patrick Russo known as visual effects production assistant
  • Nick Savy known as character setup artist
  • David Scott known as digital effects artist: MPC
  • Robbie Scott known as model unit supervisor: Cutting Edge
  • Nicolas Seck known as CG animator: MPC
  • Jarmila Seflova known as compositor
  • Robert Sethi known as lead CG artist: Double Negative
  • Gaël Seydoux known as sequence supervisor: Double Negative
  • Matthew Shaw known as digital compositor
  • Dan Sheerin known as senior technical director
  • Tom Sinden known as model maker
  • Adri Siriwatt known as visual effects production assistant
  • Janek Sirrs known as visual effects supervisor
  • William Skellorn known as production assistant: Double Negative
  • Baptiste Sola known as digital artist: BUF
  • Drew Solodzuk known as DMR editor (IMAX version)
  • Sarah Soulsby known as digital compositor
  • Jim Steel known as senior digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Kev Stenning known as laser scanning
  • Julien Stuart-Smith known as Lighting technical director: MPC
  • Sebastian Sue known as senior modeller
  • Christopher Sweet known as visual effects editorial: Double Negative
  • Nicholas Symons known as CG animator (as Nick Symons)
  • Giuseppe Tagliavini known as digital compositor: MPC
  • Giuseppe Tagliavini known as roto/prep supervisor: MPC
  • Peter Talbot known as visual effects lighting cameraman
  • Marios Theodosi known as digital effects artist
  • Richard Thomas known as senior model maker: model unit
  • Zelda Tinska known as visual effects editorial: Double Negative
  • Mathilde Tollec known as digital artist: BUF
  • James Tomlinson known as matchmove supervisor: Double Negative
  • Luigi Tommaseo known as network and operations: The Senate VFX
  • Jensen Toms known as senior technical director: lighting
  • Gregory Tournier known as visual effects coordinator: BUF
  • Liam Tully known as visual effects editorial: Double Negative
  • Matthew Twyford known as sequence lead compositor
  • Bec Veitch known as digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures
  • Beck Veitch known as digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures
  • Rainy Venne known as IMAX: DMR digital artist
  • David Vickery known as lead 3D artist: Double Negative
  • Dominique Vidal known as digital artist: BUF
  • Eugénie von Tunzelmann known as visual effects: Double Negative
  • Bruce Wabbit known as visual effects artist
  • Victor Wade known as digital compositor
  • Ellen Walder known as visual effects producer: Double Negative
  • Tara Walker known as digital artist
  • Tim Walton known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Thomas Ward known as digital artist: Double Negative
  • Dan Warder known as data operator
  • Ben Warner known as digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures
  • Imery Watson known as lead 3D artist: Double Negative
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  • Ollie Weigall known as film assistant
  • Mark H. Batman Begins 2005 Weingartner known as visual effects director of photography: Chicago
  • Joern Weisspfennig known as crowd simulation/effects technical director
  • Melissa Widup known as DMR artist: Imax
  • Guy Williams known as visual effects: double negative
  • Robert A. Batman Begins 2005 Willis known as digital film recordist
  • Matt Willis-Jones known as digital compositor
  • Dan Wills known as additional software development
  • Chris Wilson known as render wrangler: MPC
  • Doug Winder known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Oliver Winwood known as data wrangler: MPC
  • Anthony Wonsoff known as digital compositor
  • Anthony Wonsoff known as opticals
  • Daniel Wood known as matchmover: Double Negative
  • Jennifer Wood known as visual effects editorial: Double Negative
  • Tom Wood known as visual effects production assistant
  • Melody Woodford known as match move artist: MPC
  • Alison Wortman known as technical director: Double Negative
  • Alex Wuttke known as CG sequence supervisor: Double Negative
  • Anton Yri known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Mike Zeller known as visual effects production assistant
  • George Zwier known as sequence supervisor
  • Helena Brackley known as modeller (uncredited)
  • Hayley Brazelton known as roto/prep artist: MPC (uncredited)
  • Scott Chambers known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Ian Cope known as visual effects coordinator: Rising Sun Pictures (uncredited)
  • Martyn Drake known as systems: MPC (uncredited)
  • Thomas Guerrier known as visual effects (uncredited)
  • Peter Guyan known as senior CG systems administrator: Jim Henson's Creature Shop (uncredited)
  • Mick Harper known as digital artist: The Senate VFX (uncredited)
  • Guy Hauldren known as 3d scanning (uncredited)
  • Malcolm Humphreys known as head of visual effects: Rising Sun Pictures (uncredited)
  • Duncan Lees known as head of 3D services: Plowman Craven and Associates (uncredited)
  • Paul Maurice known as Lidar supervisor: Lidar Services (uncredited)
  • Danielle Nadal known as data operator: Cinesite (uncredited)
  • Noel O'Malley known as scanning and recording: Cinesite (uncredited)
  • Chris Petts known as character modeller/rigger (uncredited)
  • Rob Rae known as designer: visual effects & videographics team (uncredited)

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