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  • Release Date: 1 May 2003 (UK)
  • Runtime: 133 min
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  • IMDb page: Full Film X2 (2003) Free HD
  • Rate: 7.5/10 total 270,516 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi | Thriller
  • Release Date: 1 May 2003 (UK)
  • Runtime: 133 min
  • Filming Location: Burlington, Ontario, Canada
  • Budget: $110,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $214,948,780 (USA) (19 September 2003)
  • Director: Bryan Singer
  • Stars: Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: John Ottman   
  • Soundtrack: Dies Irae from Mozart's Requiem in D Minor, K.626
  • Sound Mix: DTS | Dolby Digital | SDDS
  • Plot Keyword: Mutant | School | Professor | Wolverine | Prison

X2 (2003) Writing Credits By:

  • Zak Penn (story) and
  • David Hayter (story) &
  • Bryan Singer (story)
  • Michael Dougherty (screenplay) &
  • Dan Harris (screenplay) and
  • David Hayter (screenplay)

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X2 (2003) Known Trivia

  • Ian McKellen (Magneto) worked with screenwriters to make the scene in which Bobby Drake (Iceman) tells his parents he is a mutant to look more like a common gay “coming-out” scene. X2 2003 6 of 6 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In the final classroom scene, Professor Xavier talks about a book called “The Once and Future King” by T.H. X2 2003 White. X2 2003 This is the same book Magneto was reading in prison before Stryker’s interrogation, and is meant to point at Magneto being a once and future leader of mutants. X2 2003 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Professor Xavier’s wheelchair from the first Film was bought by a lawyer (who also works for the same law firm as Patrick Stewart’s attorney). X2 2003 When production began, the studio realized they had no chair anymore, so the lawyer rented it back to the studio – as Stewart said in an interview – “for a significant sum”. X2 2003 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The fight between Wolverine and Yuriko took three weeks to film. X2 2003 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • When Wolverine is in the kitchen in Bobby Drake’s parents’ house, and he is surprised by the cat, he lets it lick his claws – seemingly a very cute moment. X2 2003 But if you listen closely when he hears someone come in and retracts his claws, you hear the sound effect of Wolverine’s claws extending (if you listen closely, you can tell the difference, as the retracting sound is the same as the extending sound, but played in reverse), and then the cat crying out. X2 2003 This was an unintentional moment of comedy which was going to but cut but the last minute decision was made to leave it in. X2 2003 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Most of the actors from the scene in the museum where Professor X freezes everyone were actually mimes, who are used to not moving. X2 2003 Likewise, mimes were used for the final scene in the Oval Office. X2 2003 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Frozen tea was put on the end of Wolverine’s claws for the cat at Iceman’s home to lick off. X2 2003 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The music played in the opening scene when Nightcrawler attacks the White House is “Dies Irae” from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Requeim. X2 2003 (Alan Cumming, who plays Nightcrawler, shares the same birthday as Mozart.) 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Alan Cumming, who played Nightcrawler, would not appear in the third X-Men Film because the crew believed it wasn’t worth going through the long preparation. X2 2003 This also include the fact that Cumming did not enjoy to put on the heavy make-up because his appearance was minimal. X2 2003 So, it was written in the video-game storyline that Nightcrawler did become a X-Men member, but decides to leave because he no longer wanted to live the violent lifestyle that X-Men have to endure. X2 2003 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Bryan Singer and Newton Thomas Sigel credited Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Road to Perdition (2002) as influences on the film. X2 2003 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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X2 (2003) Plot: The X-Men band together to find a mutant assassin who has made an attempt on the President's life, while the Mutant Academy is attacked by military forces. X2 2003 Full summary »  »

X2 (2003) Story: Several months have passed since The X-Men defeated Magneto and imprisoned him in a seemingly impregnable plastic chamber. X2 2003 One day, a mutant by the name of Nightcrawler infiltrates the White House and attempts to assassinate the president, setting off a chain reaction of anti-mutant measures by the government. X2 2003 Meanwhile, Logan is trying to discover his past. X2 2003 As scientist named William Stryker discovers Professor X’s secret school and Cerebro, Magneto’s partner, Mystique, is planning to break her leader out of prison. X2 2003 But when Professor X’s school is attacked by Stryker’s forces, Logan, Rogue, Iceman and a few are lucky to escape. X2 2003 Those who remain meet in Boston, where they form an uneasy alliance with Magneto to stop Stryker and rescue Professor X. X2 2003 Written byJohn Wiggins

Synopsis

X2 (2003) Synopsis: A mutant, Nightcrawler (Alan Cumming) tries to assassinate the President in the White House Oval Office, successfully defeating the White House’s Secret Service detail using his ability to teleport. X2 2003 He then vanishes at the last moment when a disabled guard is able to shoot him in the arm. X2 2003 He leaves behind a knife embedded in the President’s desk with a note attached reading "MUTANT FREEDOM NOW". X2 2003 The incident stirs up anti-mutant feelings around the country, supporting the Mutant Registration Act that eliminates peaceful coexistence.

Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) visits snowy Alkali Lake, hoping to learn about his origin, but finds nothing there except abandoned and decayed buildings near a dam.

The students from Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters are visiting a museum. X2 2003 Jean Grey (Famke Janssen) expresses fear of not controlling her powers to Cyclops (James Marsden). X2 2003 In the meantime, students Rogue (Anna Paquin), her boyfriend Bobby "Iceman" Drake (Shawn Ashmore) and troubled John "Pyro" Allerdyce (Aaron Stanford) get into a disagreement with some bullies in the museum; one bully seizes John’s Zippo lighter. X2 2003 When he goes to light a cigarette, John causes the flame to flare up. X2 2003 Bobby puts the fire out with his ability to produce freezing air. X2 2003 Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart) has to halt the conflict by freezing everyone in time, except the mutants and tells John to stop showing off.

A retired military scientist, Colonel William Stryker (Brian Cox) who hates and wants to destroy the entire mutant race, visits the president, mentioning how close the teleporter had gotten to the President. X2 2003 He gets approval for an attack on the school, which he has discovered by interrogating the imprisoned Magneto (Ian McKellen). X2 2003 Mystique, in the guise of the late Senator Kelly (Bruce Davison) tries to object, but fails. X2 2003 Later, Stryker visits Magneto in his plastic prison cell to question him again, using a chemical placed on the back of his neck.Stryker demands to know everything Magneto knows about Cerebro.

Wolverine returns to the school to get more answers about his past. X2 2003 Professor Xavier shows him the powerful Cerebro system which can connect him to everyone on the planet, mutants and humans alike. X2 2003 Wolverine wants the Professor to read his mind again for more information about his past, but Xavier explains that he can’t tell Wolverine everything, that he will have to find out some things for himself.

Mystique (Rebecca Romijn) disguises herself and breaks into Stryker’s computers to learn more about his plans.

Jean Grey and Storm (Halle Berry) find the fast-moving mutant assassin, Nightcrawler. X2 2003 It becomes evident that he was coerced; he has a scar similar to the one on the back of Magneto’s neck, indicating that he’d been influenced by Stryker himself.

Cyclops and Professor Xavier go to visit Magneto in the peculiar plastic prison cell they have created to nullify Magneto’s powers. X2 2003 Magneto explains that Stryker has been questioning him, and points out that his son Jason Stryker (Michael Reid MacKay) was once a student at the school. X2 2003 To Professor Xavier’s horror, Magneto confesses that he has told Stryker everything. X2 2003 At that moment, gas is pumped into the prison chamber and both men pass out. X2 2003 Outside, Cyclops fights the prison guards but is defeated by Stryker’s powerful assistant, Deathstrike (Kelly Hu).

A handful of people are awake before the treacherous raid on the School for Gifted Youngsters. X2 2003 Wolverine and many of the students use their abilities to defend themselves. X2 2003 Some of the mutants escape, but several children are captured and taken away. X2 2003 Stryker turns up in person, finding Wolverine and suggesting that he and Wolverine had worked together in the past. X2 2003 To Wolverine’s frustration, Bobby erects an thick wall of ice to allow their escape. X2 2003 The professor and his henchmen break into Cerebro to strip it for parts. X2 2003 Wolverine, Rogue, Bobby and Pyro escape in a car and head to Boston to meet Storm and Jean Grey. X2 2003 Bobby is from Boston, so the group stops at his house until they can contact Storm and Jean Grey.

Mystique meets Magneto’s guard, Laurio, (Ty Olsson) in a bar disguised as a beautiful blonde woman and drugs him, then gives him an injection of a silver-colored fluid.

Professor Xavier awakes with Stryker and his assistant Deathstrike. X2 2003 Stryker explains that the metal brace on Xavier’s head prevents him from using his psychic power. X2 2003 They argue about mutants and Stryker’s son, a powerful mutant illusionist who did not stay at Xavier’s school. X2 2003 At one point Deathstrike seems to look around her in a daze, and Stryker gives her another dose of the chemical he uses to control her on the back of her neck. X2 2003 Xavier realizes that Stryker caused the assassination attempt in order to manipulate the president. X2 2003 Stryker admits his chemical would not be strong enough to work on the Professor, so he brings in his mutant son Jason to influence Professor Xavier’s mind.

Laurio brings Magneto his breakfast. X2 2003 Magneto notices "something different" about him – it seems Mystique put iron into his blood, which Magneto pulls out with his powers and kill Laurio. X2 2003 He forms the iron taken from the guard into small ball bearings which he uses to demolish his plastic prison and escape.

Bobby’s family is surprised to learn that he’s a mutant, so they ask him if he can stop being one. X2 2003 Bobby’s disgruntled younger brother calls the police. X2 2003 When the police arrive, they order Logan to drop his blades; when he retracts them, he is shot in the head, the bullet stopped by his adamantium skull. X2 2003 Pyro fights the police off with blasts of fire and seems intent on killing several officers when Rogue pacifies him by grabbing his ankle and extinguishing the flames with a blast of cold air she’d absorbed from Bobby.

Storm, Jean and Nightcrawler pick them up and they head for the school. X2 2003 Chased by F-16 fighter planes, Storm creates giant tornadoes, however one of the fighters shoots two missiles at the X-Jet. X2 2003 Jean is able to disable one missile but he other explodes very close to their jet. X2 2003 They take damage and Rogue is sucked out to be saved moments later by Nightcrawler. X2 2003 The plane is about to crash when Magneto repairs the hole in their ship and stops them just above the ground.

Magneto explains that Stryker invaded the school just to get to Cerebro. X2 2003 With it, he can make Professor Xavier focus on any group of people, such as mutants, and kill them. X2 2003 Magneto also reveals that Stryker is one of the only people who can manipulate adamantium, the metal on Wolverine’s bones. X2 2003 Mystique has the plans for Stryker’s base, but they need Jean to read Nightcrawler’s mind to get the location: Alkali Lake. X2 2003 Wolverine didn’t find it because it’s underground. X2 2003 Mystique torments Wolverine by entering his tent disguised as Jean Grey. X2 2003 When they fly to the base the next day, Magneto taunts Rogue about the white streaks in her hair. X2 2003 He then complements Pyro’s abilities.

A soldier asks Stryker why they are keeping the mutant children. X2 2003 He explains that he wants to be sure mutants are really dying when Cerebro operates.

Wolverine volunteers to enter the lab first, since Stryker will want him alive. X2 2003 Magneto disagrees. X2 2003 When Wolverine appears at the door, Stryker instructs the soldiers to admit him, but as soon as he sees him in person he knows it’s not Wolverine. X2 2003 He quickly changes into Mystique, who pacifies several guards and manages to get into the laboratory’s heavily fortified control room.

Professor Xavier is in an elaborate illusion created by Jason, who accompanies him in the guise of a little girl (Keely Purvis). X2 2003 The two enter the Cerebro room, although in reality it’s a grungy dome that Stryker has fabricated.

The rescue group splits up to find the children and the professor. X2 2003 Stryker goes to the dome and orders Jason to make the Professor kill all mutants he finds through Cerebro.

A manipulated Cyclops tries to stop Jean Grey, Magneto and Mystique, using the full power of his optic blast. X2 2003 Jean stays to get through to him while the others go on. X2 2003 The two duel among the dam’s large machines, breaking the structural integrity of the dam and starting some leaks. X2 2003 Cyclops finally remembers himself and takes Jean with him, saying that he could see he was attacking her but couldn’t stop himself due to the drug Stryker had used on him.

Wolverine has gone on his own to search the laboratory for its secrets. X2 2003 He finds the room where the adamantium was applied to his bones, sees x-rays on the walls, finds the liquid metal, sees flashbacks of the torture as they ducked him under water again and again, remembers escaping. X2 2003 Stryker finds him there. X2 2003 When Wolverine goes to attack Stryker, Deathstrike attacks him in a duel to the death. X2 2003 She stabs him repeatedly with her own adamantium claws. X2 2003 Wolverine also discovers that she has the same regenerative ability he does and the two battle to a near stalemate. X2 2003 Deathstrike seems to gain an advantage when he stabs her with an adamantium nozzle and fills her body with it. X2 2003 It quickly hardens and she dies. X2 2003 Wolverine seem to express great remorse for having to kill her.

Pyro leaves the plane, tired of waiting with Rogue and Bobby.

Magneto gets to the Cerebro room and dons his helmet just as the attack on mutants begins – the others fall to the floor screaming, their minds full of pain from the signal. X2 2003 He stops the attack, then reconfigures the dome as metal panels fly around to different places. X2 2003 Mystique enters in the guise of Stryker, and tells Jason to have Xavier kill all of the humans instead of the mutants.

Stryker leaves the complex, but Wolverine finds him by the helicopter. X2 2003 Wolverine demands answers, but Stryker only tells him that he’d volunteered for the procedure and that the two of them worked together. X2 2003 He says Wolverine is a failed experiment, that he was an animal before and an animal now. X2 2003 Wolverine chains him to the helicopter and goes back for the others.

The rescue group has reached the Cerebro chamber. X2 2003 Nightcrawler teleports Storm and himself inside. X2 2003 In order to get Jason to stop the illusion, Storm makes it cold in the room. X2 2003 Jason finally gives in, revealing Professor Xavier. X2 2003 As the ceiling panels start to collapse, Nightcrawler rescues Storm and then the Professor. X2 2003 The group runs away and finally finds the way outside.

In the meantime, Magneto and Mystique have found Stryker and commandeered his helicopter. X2 2003 Pyro has voluntarily joined them. X2 2003 However, Rogue flies the X-Jet over to the helicopter pad. X2 2003 As everyone struggles aboard, Wolverine notices Stryker chained to the dam – clearly the work of Magneto. X2 2003 Stryker demands to be let go, pleading with Wolverine and suggesting Wolverine will forever be an outcast like his friends. X2 2003 Wolverine decides to take his chances with his fellow mutants. X2 2003 As he walks away with a child named Artie, the boy sticks his black, forked tongue out at Stryker.

The team discovers the plane is not fully functional and can’t lift off, but the dam is bursting. X2 2003 Jean Grey leaves the plane, and prevents everyone from getting her back aboard. X2 2003 She holds off the flood waters while lifting the plane. X2 2003 She saves the group, and then is overwhelmed. X2 2003 The whole team is devastated at losing Jean, especially Wolverine and Scott.

At the White House, the President’s televised speech is interrupted … X2 2003 everyone in the room freezes except the President … X2 2003 and the mutants. X2 2003 Professor Xavier presents him with information taken from Stryker’s lab. X2 2003 The mutant message is simple: "We’re here to stay."

 

FullCast & Crew


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  • Avi Arad known as executive producer
  • Tom DeSanto known as executive producer
  • Ross Fanger known as co-producer
  • Kevin Feige known as co-producer
  • David Gorder known as associate producer
  • Stan Lee known as executive producer
  • John H. X2 2003 Radulovic known as line producer
  • Selwyn Roberts known as line producer: UK
  • Lauren Shuler Donner known as producer
  • Bryan Singer known as executive producer
  • Ralph Winter known as producer

X2 (2003) Film Streaming FullCast & Crew:

  • Patrick Stewart known as Professor Charles Xavier
  • Hugh Jackman known as Logan / Wolverine
  • Ian McKellen known as Eric Lensherr / Magneto
  • Halle Berry known as Ororo Munroe / Storm
  • Famke Janssen known as Jean Grey
  • James Marsden known as Scott Summers / Cyclops
  • Anna Paquin known as Marie / Rogue
  • Rebecca Romijn known as Raven Darkholme / Mystique (as Rebecca Romijn-Stamos)
  • Brian Cox known as William Stryker
  • Alan Cumming known as Kurt Wagner / Nightcrawler
  • Bruce Davison known as Senator Kelly
  • Aaron Stanford known as John Allerdyce / Pyro
  • Shawn Ashmore known as Bobby Drake / Iceman
  • Kelly Hu known as Yuriko Oyama / Lady Deathstrike
  • Katie Stuart known as Kitty Pryde / Shadowcat
  • Kea Wong known as Jubilation Lee / Jubilee
  • Cotter Smith known as President McKenna
  • Chiara Zanni known as White House Tour Guide
  • Jackie A. X2 2003 Greenbank known as President's Secretary
  • Michael Soltis known as White House Checkpoint Agent
  • Michael David Simms known as Lead White House Agent
  • David Fabrizio known as Oval Office Agent Fabrizio
  • Roger R. X2 2003 Cross known as Oval Office Agent Cartwright
  • Richard Bradshaw known as Special Ops Agent
  • Bryce Hodgson known as Artie
  • Glen Curtis known as Museum Teenager #1
  • Greg Rikaart known as Museum Teenager #2
  • Shauna Kain known as Theresa Cassidy / Siryn
  • Ty Olsson known as Mitchell Laurio
  • Alfonso Quijada known as Federal Bldg. X2 2003 Cleaning Twin #1
  • Rene Quijada known as Federal Bldg. X2 2003 Cleaning Twin #2
  • Brad Loree known as Stryker at age 40
  • Sheri G. X2 2003 Feldman known as Augmentation Room Doctor
  • Connor Widdows known as Jones
  • Daniel Cudmore known as Piotr Rasputin / Colossus
  • Peter Wingfield known as Stryker Soldier Lyman
  • Charles Siegel known as Dr. X2 2003 Shaw
  • Steve Bacic known as Dr. X2 2003 Hank McCoy
  • Michael Reid MacKay known as Jason 143
  • James Kirk known as Ronny Drake
  • Jill Teed known as Madeline Drake
  • Alf Humphreys known as William Drake (as Alfred E. X2 2003 Humphreys)
  • Michasha Armstrong known as Plastic Prison Guard
  • Robert Hayley known as Cop
  • Mark Lukyn known as Cop #1, Lead Cop
  • Kendall Cross known as Cop #2
  • Keely Purvis known as Little Girl 143
  • Dylan Kussman known as Stryker Soldier Wilkins
  • Jason Whitmer known as Stryker Soldier Smith (as Jason S. X2 2003 Whitmer)
  • Aaron Pearl known as Stryker Soldier
  • Aaron Douglas known as Stryker Soldier #1
  • Colin Lawrence known as Stryker Soldier #2
  • Richard C. X2 2003 Burton known as Loading Bay Stryker Soldier #1
  • Michael Joycelyn known as Loading Bay Stryker Soldier #2
  • Nolan Gerard Funk known as Captured X-Kid (as Nolan Funk)
  • Devin Douglas Drewitz known as Captured X-Kid
  • Jermaine Lopez known as Captured X-Kid
  • Sideah Alladice known as Captured X-Kid
  • Kurt Max Runte known as Chief of Staff Abrahams
  • Benjamin Glenday known as Cameraman
  • Lori Stewart known as F-16 Fighter Pilot
  • Ted Friend known as News Reporter
  • Mi-Jung Lee known as News Reporter
  • Marrett Green known as News Reporter
  • Jill Krop known as News Reporter
  • Brian Peck known as News Reporter
  • Layke Anderson known as Blond X-Kid Dressed in Blue (uncredited)
  • Emily Hirst known as Ice Cream Girl (uncredited)
  • David Kaye known as TV Host (uncredited)
  • Blake Mawson known as X Kid #5 (uncredited)
  • Darren McGuire known as Stryker Soldier Stabbed in Foot by Logan (uncredited)
  • Mike Mitchell known as Guard (uncredited)
  • Jade Ramsey known as Twin X-Kid (uncredited)
  • Nikita Ramsey known as Twin X-Kid (uncredited)
  • Newton Thomas Sigel known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Bryan Singer known as Security Officer in Magneto's Prison (uncredited)
  • Valerie Tian known as X-Kid at Museum (uncredited)
  • Shaina Tianne Unger known as Xavier's Student (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department: X2 (2003)
  • Julie Boule known as prosthetics artist
  • Susan Boyd known as hair stylist
  • Mary Burton known as makeup artist: Halle Berry
  • Cindy Burwash known as assistant hair stylist: second unit
  • Jeannie Chow known as hair stylist: second unit
  • Rita Ciccozzi known as head makeup artist
  • Shannon Coppin known as first assistant makeup artist: second unit
  • Jayne Dancose known as key makeup artist
  • Jack Edjourian known as miniature set designer
  • David Fowler known as prosthetics artist
  • Joann Fowler known as makeup artist
  • Norma Hill-Patton known as makeup designer
  • Monica Huppert known as special makeup effects artist
  • Win Konijn known as assistant makeup artist: second unit
  • Toby Lindala known as special makeup effects artist
  • Kandace Loewen known as key hair stylist: second unit
  • Marianne Lovink known as prosthetics artist
  • Shauna Magrath known as assistant makeup artist
  • Jay McClennen known as key prosthetic artist
  • Ann McLaren known as key prosthetic artist
  • Beverly Moncrief known as contact lens technician
  • Jennifer Bower O'Halloran known as hair department head (as Jennifer O'Halloran)
  • Christopher Mark Pinhey known as special makeup effects artist
  • Leanne Rae Podavin known as makeup effects artist
  • Charles Porlier known as key makeup artist: Vancouver
  • Jessica Rain known as special effects hair stylist
  • Dan Smiczek known as effects technical director: Rhythm & Hues
  • Gordon J. X2 2003 Smith known as special makeup designer (as Gordon Smith)
  • Frederic Soumagnas known as senior technical director
  • Nancy Steyns known as assistant hair stylist
  • Bill Terezakis known as special makeup effects artist
  • Pauline L. X2 2003 Tremblay known as key hair stylist
  • Angela Wood known as makeup artist
  • Margaret Yaworski known as makeup artist: second unit
  • Krista Young known as key makeup artist: second unit
  • Wally Chin known as rotoscope (uncredited)
  • Renate Leuschner known as wig maker (uncredited)
  • Cass McClure known as foam latex technician: xmen costume department (uncredited)

X2 (2003) Art Department:

  • Dominique Arcadio known as art researcher
  • J.P. X2 2003 Bagshaw known as set dresser
  • Tor Baxter known as lead carpenter
  • Brent Bennett known as set dresser
  • Brent Berg known as scenic carpenter
  • Michael Bethune known as set dresser
  • Martine Bilodeau known as painter
  • Wayne Binmore known as scenic carpenter
  • Jim Birkel known as construction foreman
  • Linda Marie Bishop known as signwriter
  • Josephine Bleuer known as stand-by greens
  • Brent Boates known as storyboard artist
  • Stevhan Bonn known as scenic artist
  • Brenda Borrowman known as scenic artist
  • Peter Bradshaw known as lead painter
  • Troy Brolly known as scenic carpenter
  • Nancy Anna Brown known as set designer (as Nancy Brown)
  • Gordon Brunner known as lead set dresser
  • Mario Burelle known as painter
  • John Carr known as assistant greens
  • Melanie Cassidy known as art department assistant
  • Lubor Cencak known as scenic artist
  • Dianne Chadwick known as graphic designer
  • J. X2 2003 André Chaintreuil known as set designer (as J. X2 2003 Andre Chaintrevil)
  • Chad W. X2 2003 Chilibeck known as set dresser (as Chad Chilibeck)
  • James H. X2 2003 Chow known as property master
  • Robert Consing known as storyboard artist
  • Christopher Cooper known as lead carpenter (as Chris Cooper)
  • J. X2 2003 Geoff Crosby known as scenic carpenter
  • Wallace Cross known as painter
  • Doug Currie known as scenic artist
  • H. X2 2003 Michael Dale known as model maker (as Michael Dale)
  • John Dale known as lead carpenter
  • Paul Duffy known as paint foreman
  • Bill Earle known as lead labourer
  • Jack Edjourian known as miniature set designer
  • Jack Edjourian known as minuature set construction
  • Dean Eilertson known as property master: second unit
  • Mark Ennis known as scenic carpenter
  • Glenn Foerster known as assistant greens
  • Douglas B. X2 2003 Foreman known as props: second unit (as Doug Foreman)
  • Luke Freeborn known as set designer
  • Allan Galajda known as set designer
  • Ward Galvin known as construction foreman
  • Jack Gauvreau known as sculptor
  • James Gawley known as claw maker
  • Roy Gervais known as scenic carpenter
  • Mark Goerner known as illustrator
  • Trevor Goring known as storyboard artist
  • Collin Grant known as storyboard artist
  • Neall C. X2 2003 Halingten known as scenic carpenter
  • Gabriel Hardman known as storyboard artist
  • Brentan Harron known as assistant art director
  • Simon Haywood-Anderson known as set dresser
  • Dan Hermansen known as set designer
  • Lawrence A. X2 2003 Hubbs known as lead set designer (as Lawrence Hubbs)
  • Sally Hudson known as graphic artist (as Sally Hudson-Lawrence)
  • Sally Hudson known as graphic designer (as Sally Hudson-Lawrence)
  • Lynne Huitson known as supervising art director: UK
  • Douglas Jang known as lead carpenter
  • Jon Jarema known as uncredited
  • James Jones known as sculptor (as James H. X2 2003 Jones)
  • Ura Jones known as set decoration coordinator
  • Aaron Jordan known as sculptor
  • Patrick Kearns known as on-set dresser
  • Franziska Keller known as art department coordinator
  • Teresa Kelly known as scenic artist
  • Brad Knull known as painter
  • John Kobylka known as stand-by carpenter
  • Barry Kootchin known as head scenic artist
  • Gary B. X2 2003 Krakoff Jr. X2 2003 known as propmaker foreman
  • Ralf Kroning known as lead carpenter
  • Ray Lai known as graphic designer
  • Jason B. X2 2003 Landels known as assistant property master (as Jason Landels)
  • Sean Lavoie known as lead painter
  • Thomas W. X2 2003 Lay Jr. X2 2003 known as storyboard artist (as Thomas Lay)
  • Janis Lee known as scenic artist
  • Franklin Leibel known as scenic artist
  • Catherine Leighton known as assistant property master
  • Andrew Li known as set designer
  • Tim Linklater known as previsualization
  • Avo Liva known as greens coordinator
  • Vladimir Lushnikov known as sculptor
  • Malcolm MacLean known as lead painter
  • Jon Martell known as painter
  • Ignacio McBurney known as assistant set decorator
  • David McLean known as storyboard artist
  • Sam McMaster known as lead carpenter
  • Dean McQuillen known as lead carpenter
  • Jean-Francois Mignault known as illustrator
  • Harvey Moeller known as scenic carpenter
  • Rick Newsome known as storyboard artist (as Richard Newsome)
  • John Noel known as lead carpenter
  • Marek Normon known as sculptor
  • Larry Osland known as lead painter
  • James Oxford known as illustrator
  • Paul Ozzimo known as illustrator
  • Claudio Palavecino known as assistant props
  • Henry Parker known as lead carpenter
  • Dan Pemberton known as construction coordinator: additional photography
  • Cricket Price known as model maker
  • Peter Prince known as scenic carpenter
  • Martin Quesnel known as lead carpenter
  • Margot Ready known as set designer
  • Matt Reddy known as lead set dresser
  • Jan Reeves known as painter
  • Steve Reintjes known as plasterer
  • Gillian Richards known as key painter: Vancouver
  • Greg Rideout known as scenic carpenter
  • Tom Robertson known as stand-by painter
  • Michael Osborn Roddick known as lead carpenter
  • Guy Roland known as set dresser
  • Francisco Rosa known as plasterer
  • Eric Rosenberg known as graphic designer
  • Aimee Rousey known as art department coordinator
  • Ann Rowley known as set dresser
  • Nathan Schroeder known as illustrator
  • Chris A. X2 2003 Sharp known as props: second unit (as Christopher 'Sharpie' Sharp)
  • Brian Shell known as lead carpenter
  • Dean Sherriff known as illustrator
  • Russell Shiels known as lead laborer
  • Valerie Shmakin known as scenic artist
  • Judy Silver known as assistant greens
  • Dennis Simard known as set dresser
  • Anya Slade known as model maker
  • Ron Sowden known as assistant set decorator
  • Spencer Stevenson known as lead carpenter
  • G. X2 2003 Scott Stewart known as construction buyer
  • Mark Stope known as model maker
  • Peter Sysoev known as scenic artist
  • Mario Tomas-Niedworok known as paint foreman (as Mario Tomas)
  • Adrien Van Viersen known as storyboard artist (as Adrien C. X2 2003 Van Viersen)
  • Ronald Voskuil known as lead painter
  • Ross Wahl known as set decorator: second unit
  • Ross Wahl known as set dresser
  • Trinita Waller known as prop buyer
  • Rob Waterbeek known as scenic carpenter
  • Scott Wellerbrink known as lead carpenter
  • Sara Wells known as scenic artist
  • Thom Wells known as construction coordinator (as Thomas Wells)
  • Sean Will known as lead painter
  • Sean Will known as scenic painter
  • Chris Wills known as lead carpenter
  • Barbara Wilson known as assistant art director
  • Vernon Winn known as metal fabricator
  • Dean Wolcott known as set designer
  • Kay Yamanaka known as painter
  • Gary York known as construction foreman
  • Gary Young known as prop builder
  • Dragan Zaric known as scenic artist
  • Milena Zdravkovic known as set designer
  • Janice Lynn Coats known as scenic carpenter (uncredited)
  • Ricardo F. X2 2003 Delgado known as concept artist (uncredited)

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Company

X2 (2003) Film Streaming Production Companies:

  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (as Twentieth Century Fox) (presents)
  • Marvel Enterprises (as Marvel Enterprises, Inc.) (in association with)
  • Donners' Company (as The Donners' Company)
  • Bad Hat Harry Productions (as Bad Hat Harry)
  • XF2 Canada Productions
  • XM2 Productions

Full Film X2 (2003) Free HD Other Companies:

  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  cranes and dollies
  • Compuhire  computer playback (inserts)
  • Doggicam Systems  sparrow head
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound post-production
  • Pacific Title  opticals
  • Panavision Remote Systems  remote cranes
  • Runway  post-production
  • Scarlet Letters  end titles
  • Signet Sound Studio  score mixing
  • Superb Records  soundtrack published by
  • Telescopic Camera Crane  remote crane supplier
  • Tivoli Catering  catering
  • Todd-AO Studios  adr facilities
  • William F. X2 2003 White International  grip equipment

X2 (2003) Distributors:

  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (2003) (USA) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox de Argentina (2003) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox Italia (2003) (Italy) (theatrical)
  • Fox-Warner (2003) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox of Germany (2003) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox Netherlands (2003) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox (2003) (Japan) (theatrical) (Far East)
  • Gemini Film (2003) (Russia) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox (2003) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Cinemark (2003) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
  • FS Film Oy (2003) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2003) (Brazil) (DVD)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2003) (Brazil) (VHS)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2004) (Germany) (DVD)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2003) (USA) (DVD) (VHS)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (2009) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • FS Film Oy (2003) (Finland) (DVD)
  • FS Film Oy (2003) (Finland) (VHS)
  • Mainostelevisio (MTV3) (2007) (Finland) (TV)
  • Odeon (2003) (Greece) (all media)
  • RTL Entertainment (2006) (Netherlands) (TV) (RTL5)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (2003) (Netherlands) (DVD) (VHS)

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Other Stuff

Full Film X2 (2003) Free HD Special Effects:

  • 4-Ward Productions (forest wave sequence)
  • Asylum VFX (main titles)
  • CIS Hollywood (special visual effects)
  • Cinesite
  • EYETECH Optics
  • FXSmith (special make-up effects)
  • Frantic Films
  • Gentle Giant Studios
  • Grant McCune Design (miniatures)
  • Hammerhead Productions (special visual effects)
  • Image Engine Design (pre-visualization)
  • Kleiser-Walczak Digital Effects
  • Lidar Services (scanning and modeling)
  • Pacific Title (special visual effects)
  • Pixel Magic (special visual effects)
  • Rhythm and Hues
  • Tanguay Technologies (additional visual effects)
  • Temptu (tattoos)
  • Visual Concept Engineering (VCE) (special visual effects)
  • Whodoo EFX (digital compositing)

X2 (2003) Film Streaming Visual Effects by:

  • Jude Adamson known as lighter: Rhythm & Hues (as Judith Adamson)
  • Jon Aghassian known as lighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Erik Akutagawa known as scan/record manager
  • Danny Albano known as digital artist
  • Chris Allen known as R&D supervisor: CIS
  • Wendy Allen known as visual production assistant
  • Benjamin Andersen known as visual effects artist
  • Greg Anderson known as CG supervisor: nightcrawler sequence
  • Ted Andre known as visual effects compositor
  • Frank Annunziata known as production assistant: Rhythm & Hues
  • Arthur Argote known as digital compositor
  • Matt Ashton known as systems administrator: CIS
  • Andy Asperin known as animator
  • James J. X2 2003 Atkinson known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Kenneth Au known as Inferno artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Randall Bahnsen known as 3D motion tracking supervisor: Cinesite
  • Chris Bailey known as animation supervisor
  • Jeffrey Edward Baksinski known as 3D manager: Cinesite (as Jeff Baksinski)
  • Scott Ballard known as character technical director
  • Tony Barraza known as digital compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Lynn Basas known as sequence lead
  • Travis Baumann known as Inferno artist : Cinesite
  • Jason Bayever known as lighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Svetla Belcheva known as digital compositor: Kleiser-Walczak
  • Jeffrey Benoit known as visual effects
  • Susana Bentsen known as paint/roto artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Chris Bergman known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Melissa Best known as digital compositor: Frantic Films
  • Anita Bevelheimer known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Tim Bird known as Inferno artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Bill Black known as visual effects editor
  • Douglas Bloom known as effects lead: Rhythm & Hues (as Doug Bloom)
  • Chris Bond known as visual effects supervisor: Frantic Films
  • Andrew Bonello known as effects developer
  • Jason Booth known as 2D compositor: Frantic Films
  • Neacol Booth known as visual effects
  • Greg Bradner known as systems support
  • Terri Breed known as assistant visual effects coordinator
  • Billy Brooks known as visual effects artist (as William J. X2 2003 Brooks)
  • Nathan Brunskill known as Inferno assistant: Rhythm & Hues
  • Harry Russell Brutsche known as 3D data operator: Cinesite
  • Brian Burks known as digital animator
  • Brian H. X2 2003 Burks known as 3D matchmover: Cinesite
  • Corey Burton known as modelmaker
  • Scott Burton known as modelmaker
  • Edward P. X2 2003 Busch III known as digital effects producer: Rhythm & Hues
  • Georgia Cano known as lighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Tom Capizzi known as digital effects artist
  • Tom Capizzi known as lighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Phil Carbonaro known as digital compositor: VCE (as Philip Carbonaro)
  • Lauren Carr known as character setup
  • Lauren Carr known as lighting
  • John Cassella known as CG artist: CIS
  • Jeffrey Castel De Oro known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Oscar G. X2 2003 Castillo known as visual effects
  • Robert Chapin known as visual effects
  • Pascal Chappuis known as digital artist
  • Mark Chavez known as modeler
  • Andy Chen known as digital lighter
  • Raymond Chen known as lead lighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Craig Chun known as modeler: Rhythm & Hues
  • Jeffrey Cilley known as scan/record operator: Rhythm & Hues
  • Thomas Clary known as visual effects coordinator
  • Jason Cobill known as technical director lead
  • Daniel Aristoteles Collins known as systems/operations: Rhythm & Hues
  • Michael Comly known as digital artist: kleiser-walczak
  • Robert Coquia Jr. X2 2003 known as 3D technical assistant
  • Shellaine Corwel known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Betsy Cox known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues (as Betsy Cox McPherson)
  • Joyce Cox known as visual effects producer: Fox
  • Ron Crabb known as digital artist
  • Ron Crabb known as matte painter
  • Tim T. X2 2003 Cunningham known as visual effects coordinator
  • Robin L. X2 2003 D'Arcy known as visual effects producer: 4-Ward Productions
  • Enid Dalkoff known as digital artist
  • Peter Dashkewytch known as first assistant director: vfx unit
  • Richard Davenport known as tracker: Rhythm & Hues
  • Jim Davidson known as model maker: visual effects rigger
  • David R. X2 2003 Davies known as effects animator
  • Brian C. X2 2003 Davis known as digital effects: nightcrawler sequence
  • Adam de Bosch Kemper known as previs supervisor
  • John Dekker known as gaffer: visual effects unit
  • Michelle Deniaud known as texture painter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Ralph Denson known as production manager: Cinesite
  • Victor DiMichina known as digital effects supervisor: Pixel Magic
  • Justin Dominguez known as render coordinator
  • Scott Dougherty known as executive producer: Cinesite
  • David Drzewiecki known as miniature director of photography
  • Joe Dubs known as digital compositor: Pixel Magic
  • Conrad Dueck known as 3D supervisor: Frantic Films
  • Tom DuHamel known as visual effects assistant: Los Angeles
  • Moriba Duncan known as modeler
  • Gord Dunick known as visual effects assistant: Vancouver
  • Antoine Durr known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Jeff Edeker known as facilities supervisor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Elaine Edford known as visual effects producer: 4-Ward Productions
  • Jack Edjourian known as miniature design and construction
  • Kathy Edwards known as visual effects accountant
  • Christopher English known as render manager: kleiser-walczak
  • Jelena Erceg known as animation Setup: Rhythm & Hues
  • Anders Ericson known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Katharine Evans known as paint/rotoscope artist
  • Joel Feder known as systems administrator: kleiser-walczak
  • Joshua Fertik known as digital coordinator: Rhythm & Hues
  • Michael L. X2 2003 Fink known as visual effects supervisor (as Michael Fink)
  • Patrick Finley known as digital artist: Kleiser-Walczak
  • Patricia Frazier known as lighting technical director
  • Janet Freedland known as digital artist
  • Mike Frevert known as paint/roto artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Vijoy Gaddipati known as lead technical director: nightcrawler sequence
  • Gregory Galliani known as modeler: Rhythm & Hues
  • Amy Garback known as CG artist: CIS
  • Andy Garcia known as 3D lighting artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Bertha Garcia known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Joe Gareri known as visual effects producer: Pacific Title
  • Andy Gauvreau known as digital effects artist: nightcrawler sequence CG effects
  • Bill Georgiou known as digital artist
  • Bill Georgiou known as paint/roto artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • George Gervan known as digital painter: Pacific Title
  • Richard Gervan known as digital painter: Pacific Title
  • John Gibbons known as effects lead
  • Schane Godon known as visual effects camera assistant
  • Lisa Goldberg known as visual effects producer: Rhythm & Hues
  • Patrick Golier known as visual effects production supervisor
  • Madison Graie known as visual effects assistant
  • Gavin Guerra known as visual effects artist
  • Michael Guttman known as matchmover
  • Erik Hakanen known as scanning & recording coordinator
  • Lindsay Hallett known as visual effects producer: main title sequence, Asylum (as Lindsay Burnett)
  • Craig Halperin known as senior technical director
  • James Halverson known as previs artist
  • Brian Hanable known as digital compositor: Pacific Title
  • Laura Hanigan known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Michael S. X2 2003 Harbour known as digital compositor
  • Howard Harnett known as visual effects crew
  • Bruce Harris known as digital compositor: Pixel Magic
  • John Heller known as lead Inferno artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Tom Hendrickson known as visual effects coordinator
  • Karl Herbst known as lighting setup technical director: Rhythm & Hues
  • Anne H. X2 2003 Hermes known as paint/roto artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Veronica Hernandez known as paint/roto artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Nicole Herr known as lead matchmover: Cinesite
  • Nicole Herr known as senior 3D matchmover: Cinesite
  • Alexis Hinde known as visual effects unit second assistant director
  • Bryan Hirota known as visual effects supervisor: CIS
  • Wei Ho known as modeler: Rhythm & Hues
  • Andrew Hofman known as digital artist
  • Phil Holland known as scan-, record-, color coordinator
  • Richard E. X2 2003 Hollander known as visual effects supervisor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Meredith Hook known as paint and rotoscope artist: Cinesite
  • Mark Hopper known as roto artist
  • Ralph Horan known as visual effects producer: Cinesite
  • Caleb J. X2 2003 Howard known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Jen Howard known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Lubo Hristov known as visual effects art supervisor: Cinesite
  • Derald Hunt known as animator: Kleiser-Walczak
  • Patrick D. X2 2003 Hurd known as digital coordinator: Rhythm & Hues
  • Sean Hyunin Lee known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Kenneth Ibrahim known as visual effects senior technical director: Cinesite
  • Robert Ikeda known as second company grip: pyrotechnic visual effects unit
  • Robert Ikeda known as second company grip: visual effects pyrotechnic unit (as Bobby Ikeda)
  • Brenda Ilic known as visual effects coordinator
  • Yukiko Ishiwata known as Inferno artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Jason Ivimey known as animator: Rhythm & Hues
  • Aaron James McComas known as effects technical director: Rhythm & Hues
  • Jimmy Jewell known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Justin Jones known as digital compositor
  • Marvin Jones known as paint/roto artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Brad Kalinoski known as digital compositor
  • Jeffrey Kalmus known as imaging supervisor
  • Nori Kaneko known as texture painter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Bonnie Kanner known as visual effects exective producer: Pixel Magic
  • Michael Karp known as senior 3D tracker: Cinesite
  • Perry Kass known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Patrick Kavanaugh known as digital compositor: CIS Hollywood
  • Patrick Keenan known as digital artist: Pacific Title Digital
  • Patrick Keenan known as digital painter: Pacific Title (as Patrick Keneen)
  • Tyler Kehl known as visual effects coordinator
  • Elizabeth Maxwell Keith known as visual effects senior technical director
  • Matt Kelly known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Gabriel Kerlegand known as digital compositor
  • Hong Kim known as digital artist: Cinesite
  • Rick Kim known as digital I/O: Pacific Title
  • Andy King known as technical director
  • David Kintner known as digital artist: kleiser-walczak
  • Gokhan Kisacikoglu known as digital effects artist
  • Whitney Kitchen known as assistant visual effects coordinator
  • Karen Klein known as digital effects artist
  • Jeffrey Kleiser known as senior visual effects supervisor: Kleiser-Walczak
  • Carlin Kmetz known as digital matte painter: VCE
  • Alex Ko known as education: Rhythm & Hues
  • Raji Kodja known as technical director
  • Tom Kolafa known as best boy visual effects
  • Judah Konigsberg known as tracker: Rhythm & Hues
  • Kevin Kutchaver known as 3D supervisor: VCE
  • Michael La Fave known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Bill LaBarge known as lead effects technical director: Cinesite
  • Harry Lam known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Lea Lambert known as lead rotoscope artist
  • Christopher Lance known as lead compositor
  • Kevin LaNeave known as Avid editor
  • Steve Langius known as digital I/O: Pacific Title
  • Shandy Lashley known as visual effects assistant
  • Vincent Lavares known as digital asset manager: Cinesite Hollywood
  • Jennifer Law-Stump known as digital effects artist: Pacific Title Digital
  • Brian Leach known as 2D sequence supervisor
  • Sonserae Leese known as texture map painter
  • Greg Lemon known as digital artist: kleiser-walczak
  • Lyndon Li known as lighting lead
  • Gregory D. X2 2003 Liegey known as digital compositing supervisor: CIS
  • Richard Lieu known as digital effects artist: Whoodoo FX
  • Rebecca Lilienfeld known as assistant visual effects editor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Harry A. X2 2003 Limauro IV known as wave sequence: visual effects crew
  • Matt Linder known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • David Lingenfelser known as sequence lead: Nightcrawler
  • Kevin Little known as pre-visualization
  • Kenneth Littleton known as 2D manager
  • Chris Logan known as matchmove artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Daniel J. X2 2003 Lombardo known as visual effects executive producer
  • Lance Lones known as systems administrator
  • Scott Lord known as systems administrator
  • Andrew Loschin known as assistant visual effects editor
  • Bob Lyss known as digital compositor
  • Jon-Jon Ma known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Mary Lynn Machado known as prelighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Martha Snow Mack known as matte painter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Cornelia Magas known as digital compositor
  • Bill Maher known as visual effects sequence and data supervisor
  • Mike Makara known as pre-visualization
  • Joe Mancewicz known as character rigging supervisor
  • Joe Mandia known as character animator
  • Joe Mangione known as visual effects artist
  • Arnon Manor known as CG supervisor: Cinesite
  • David Zen Mansley known as visual effects crew (as David Mansley)
  • John Marcos known as digital I/O: Pacific Title (as John Morcos)
  • Rebecca Marie known as visual effects supervisor: Hammerhead
  • Jo Martin known as visual effects editor
  • Craig Mathieson known as digital compositor
  • L. X2 2003 Patrick McCormack known as digital coordinator: Rhythm & Hues (as Patrick McCormack)
  • L. X2 2003 Patrick McCormack known as visual effects coordinator
  • Nathan McGuinness known as senior visual effects supervisor: Asylum
  • Mark A. X2 2003 McGuire known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Ray McIntyre Jr. X2 2003 known as visual effects supervisor: Pixel Magic (as Raymond McIntyre Jr.)
  • Valerie McMahon known as digital artist
  • Sean McPherson known as sequence supervisor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Mike Meaker known as design supervisor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Jon Meier known as visual effects lighter
  • Jonathan Meier known as lighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Adam Mendes known as visual effects production assistant
  • Ed Mendez known as compositing lead: kleiser-walczak
  • Diana Miao known as lead CGI artist: CIS
  • Sal Migliore known as high def digitizing
  • Brian Miller known as digital I/O
  • Tim Miller known as Inferno artist
  • Stuart Mintz known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Derrick Mitchell known as visual effects editor
  • Tony Moffett known as model maker
  • Kama Moiha known as lead compositor
  • Kama Moiha known as sequence supervisor: Cinesite
  • Patrick Mooney known as executive producer: Kleiser-Walczak
  • Steve R. X2 2003 Moore known as visual effects editor
  • Steve R. X2 2003 Moore known as visual effects sequence supervisor
  • Zeke Morales known as visual effects editor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Marc Morissette known as digital compositor: Kleiser-Walczak
  • Christopher Mossman known as executive producer: Image Engine
  • Adam Moura known as compositor: Cinesite Hollywood
  • Frank Murillo known as hardware technician: Rhythm & Hues
  • Bill Murphy known as visual effects coordinator
  • Bud Myrick known as previs artist
  • Leah Nall known as digital artist: kleiser-walczak
  • Marc Nanjo known as digital compositor: CIS
  • Serena Rainbow Naramore known as digital compositor (as Serena Naramore)
  • Julia Neighly known as assistant visual effects coordinator (as Julia Gaudette)
  • Jeremy Nelligan known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Mary Nelson known as digital artist: Kleiser-Walczak
  • Nila Neukum known as script supervisor: visual effects unit
  • Ivan Neulander known as software engineer: Rhythm & Hues
  • Tony Noel known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Kevin Noone known as modeling lead: kleiser-walczak
  • Sean Nowlan known as data wrangler
  • Samuel Nunez known as tracking supervisor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Kim O'Donnell known as digital compositor
  • Mike O'Neal known as lead effects animator: Rhythm & Hues
  • Hideki Okano known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Maxx Okazaki known as digital artist: Cinesite
  • Julie Orosz known as visual effects producer: CIS
  • Rob Ostir known as digital effects artist
  • Helena Packer known as digital effects supervisor: WhoDoo EFX
  • Maricel Pagulayan known as production supervisor: visual effects
  • Viviana Palacios known as digital artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Kirstie Palmer known as visual effects assistant coordinator
  • Slavica Pandzic known as digital artist: kleiser-walczak
  • Andrea Paolino known as digital artist
  • James Parris known as character animator
  • Eric Pascarelli known as motion control camera
  • Debbie Pashkoff known as lighting supervisor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Erik Paynter known as digital artist: kleiser-walczak
  • Deborah Phillips known as assistant editor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Monty Phillips known as digital artist
  • Jason Piccioni known as digital effects supervisor
  • Steve Pimental known as visual effects coordinator: Rhythm & Hues
  • Travis Pinsonnault known as digital artist: kleiser-walczak
  • Brad Pitre known as 3D lead previs
  • Ryan Pollreisz known as visual effects coordinator: Rhythm & Hues
  • Corinne Pooler known as paint supervisor: Cinesite
  • Travis Price known as texture painter
  • Leonardo Quiles known as lighting lead: kleiser-walczak
  • Dante Quintana known as technical director: rendering
  • Jason Quintana known as matchmover: Cinesite
  • Jon Quon known as technical assistant: Cinesite
  • John H. X2 2003 Radulovic known as visual effects producer
  • Alfredo Ramirez known as digital composite artist: Pixel Magic
  • Glenn Ramos known as animator: Rhythm & Hues
  • Dean Rasmussen known as tracker: Rhythm & Hues
  • Bob Reif known as production assistant
  • Steve Rhee known as visual effects editor: Cinesite
  • Ernie Rinard known as visual effects
  • Serge Riou known as digital effects producer: Rhythm & Hues
  • Mark Ritcheson known as visual effects producer: Whodoo VFX
  • Edwin Rivera known as compositing supervisor: Rhythm & Hues
  • David Robinson known as visual effects producer: Cinesite
  • Jonathan Robinson known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Mike Roby known as digital effects
  • Mike Roby known as lighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Christopher Roda known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Mark Rodahl known as digital effects supervisor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Dennis Rogers known as first assistant camera: visual effects, Vancouver
  • Stephanie Rogers known as 3D matchmover: Cinesite
  • Daniel Roizman known as digital effects programmer: kleiser-walczak
  • Christopher Romano known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Stephen Rosenbaum known as visual effects supervisor
  • Tomás Rosenfeldt known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Marc Rubone known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Joe Salazar known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Salar Saleh known as digital artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Salar Saleh known as lighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Eric Sanford known as model making consultant: 3d Chop Shop
  • David Satchwell known as CG supervisor
  • Ray Scalice known as general manager: Pixel Magic
  • Bill Schaeffer known as paint/roto artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Jason Schugardt known as digital artist
  • Andrew Schwartz known as digital compositor: Cinesite
  • Lopsie Schwartz known as matte painter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Robert Scifo known as matte painter: Rhythm & Hues
  • László Sebõ known as technical director
  • Anthony Serenil known as visual effects
  • Chris Serenil known as computer services manager
  • Kevin Paul Sheedy known as visual effects
  • Mark A. X2 2003 Shelton known as visual effects coordinator
  • Andy Sheng known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Simon Sherr known as animation lead: kleiser-walczak
  • Mark Shoaf known as digital artist
  • Monty Shook known as model shop supervisor
  • Randal Shore known as visual effects coordinator: Frantic Films
  • William Shourt known as model shop engineer (as Bill Shourt)
  • Craig Shumard known as motion control technician
  • Matt Shumway known as matte painter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Andrew Silvestri known as 3D matchmover: Cinesite
  • Craig A. X2 2003 Simms known as lead compositor: Rhythm & Hues (as Craig 'Evil' Simms)
  • Fred Simon known as systems support: Rhythm & Hues
  • Lulu J. X2 2003 Simon known as tracker: Rhythm & Hues
  • Lynn Sisco known as visual effects
  • Dennis Skotak known as director of effects photography: Forrest Wave sequence, 4Ward Productions
  • Robert Skotak known as visual effects supervisor: 4 Ward productions
  • Amie Slate known as lighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Tom Slovick known as visual effects coordinator: CIS
  • Dan Smiczek known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Dan Smiczek known as effects technical director: Rhythm & Hues
  • Kevin Andrew Smith known as senior technical director
  • Mitchell Allen Snary known as match move artist
  • David Sosalla known as visual effects supervisor: Pacfic Title
  • Frederic Soumagnas known as lighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Frederic Soumagnas known as senior technical director
  • Danny Speck known as lead animator: Rhythm & Hues
  • Serge Sretschinsky known as digital effects supervisor
  • Richard Stay known as paint/roto artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Joel Steiner known as mechanical effects supervisor
  • David Stump known as visual effects director of photography
  • Arthur Sutherland known as character animator: Cinesite
  • Rpin Suwannath known as pre-visualization supervisor
  • Eric Swenson known as visual effects director of photography
  • Paul Taglianetti known as visual effects: 4-Ward productions
  • Tracy Takahashi known as visual effects producer: Cinesite
  • Andy Tamandl known as digital artist: Cinesite
  • Andy Tanguay known as digital artist: kleiser-walczak
  • Dale Tanguay known as miniature effects technician
  • David Tanner known as visual effects animator: Cinesite
  • Hector Tantoco known as digital effects artist: Cinesite (as Hector Dante Tantoco)
  • Munira Tayabji known as pipeline setup (as Munira M. X2 2003 Bhaiji)
  • Kevin Tengan known as systems administrator: Rhythm & Hues
  • Jon Terada known as digital compositor
  • Jerry Tessendorf known as software developer
  • James D. X2 2003 Tittle known as digital visual effects coordinator: Pacific Title
  • Audrea Topps Harjo known as digital production manager: Cinesite
  • Scotty Townsend known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Dan Trezise known as digital compositor: Cinesite
  • Katie Tucker-Fico known as senior compositor (as Katie Fico)
  • Andrew Ryan Turner known as assistant visual effects editor: Cinesite
  • Lisa Turner known as pre-visualization coordinator: Image Engine
  • Renée Tymn known as Inferno artist: Cinesite (as Renee Chamblin)
  • Mike Uguccioni known as motion control (as Michael Uguccioni)
  • Alfred Urrutia known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Marla Valentine known as systems operator: Rhythm & Hues
  • Pam Vick known as digital artist
  • Archie Villaverde known as digital artist
  • Frank Vitz known as visual effects supervisor: Kleiser-Walczak
  • Katie Vogel known as visual effects
  • Trista K. X2 2003 Wahl known as visual effects production assistant
  • David Wainstain known as senior effects animator
  • Diana Walczak known as executive producer: Kleiser-Walczak
  • Darren Wall known as pre-vis supervisor
  • Dan Wanket known as visual effects
  • Jason Wardle known as senior technical director: CIS Hollywood
  • Gordon Weiske known as visual effects
  • Jeff Wells known as digital compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Greg Wellwood known as pre-viz animator
  • Mark Welser known as tracker: Rhythm & Hues
  • Jeff Werner known as visual effects producer: title design
  • Sean Whale known as visual effects assistant
  • Bob Wiatr known as digital compositor: Pacific Title
  • Chad Wiebe known as pre-visualization artist: Frantic Films
  • Kurt Wiley known as digital compositor: VCE
  • Jeffrey Willerth known as plate supervisor: 20th Century FOX
  • Matt Wilson known as compositor
  • Matthew T. X2 2003 Wilson known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Molly Windover known as visual effects producer: kleiser-walczak
  • Jeff Wolverton known as digital artist: effects animator
  • Jeff Wolverton known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Rick Won known as model maker: Grant McCune Design
  • Kyle Yamamoto known as R&D programmer: CIS
  • Yuichiro Yamashita known as CG animator
  • Julius Yang known as effects artist: Rhythm & Hues
  • Gregory Yepes known as lead lighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Tsz 'Gee' Yeung known as lighter: Rhythm & Hues
  • Jeannie Yip known as systems: Rhythm & Hues
  • Artemus Young known as visual effects crew
  • Serkan Zelzele known as compositor: Rhythm & Hues
  • Bjorn Zipprich known as 3D effects animator
  • Ken Zorniak known as visual effects producer
  • Joel Ashman known as digital artist: Whoodoo FX (uncredited)
  • Dan Ashton known as scanning and recording supervisor: Cinesite Hollywood (uncredited)
  • Daniel Birnbaum known as I/O operator: Hammerhead (uncredited)
  • Jeremy Burns known as digital compositor: CIS (uncredited)
  • Scot Byrd known as publicist: Rhythm & Hues (uncredited)
  • Brenda Campbell known as previs: Frantic Films (uncredited)
  • Wally Chin known as 3D technical assistant (uncredited)
  • Wally Chin known as rotoscope (uncredited)
  • J. X2 2003 Todd Constantine known as technical assistant: Cinesite (uncredited)
  • Brandon Craig known as render supervisor (uncredited)
  • Thomas Dadras known as animator: Hammerhead Productions (uncredited)
  • Michelle Eisenreich known as visual effects producer: Hammerhead (uncredited)
  • Donald Fly known as general manager: CIS Hollywood (uncredited)
  • Frances Kumashiro known as lighting: cinesite (uncredited)
  • Luis Labrador known as 3D character scanning (uncredited)
  • Maryjane Layani known as accounting: CIS Hollywood (uncredited)
  • Sophia Lo known as digital paint and roto: Cinesite (uncredited)
  • Tony Magaletta known as first assistant cameraman: miniatures, 4-Ward Productions (uncredited)
  • Paul Maurice known as Lidar supervisor: Lidar Services (uncredited)
  • Mamie McCall known as 3D matchmover: Hammerhead (uncredited)
  • David Merritt known as key modelmaker (uncredited)
  • Oliver Moore known as pre-visualization artist (uncredited)
  • Kevin Struckman known as re-grainer (uncredited)
  • Rich Thorne known as production executive (uncredited)
  • Everette Webber known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Blair Werschler known as animator: Frantic Films (uncredited)

X2 (2003) Film Free Copyright Holder:

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for sci-fi action/violence, some sexuality and brief language

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