Alita: Battle Angel  



An angel falls. A warrior rises.

Alita: Battle Angel (2019)

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When Alita awakens with no memory of who she is in a future world she does not recognize, she is taken in by Ido, a compassionate doctor who realizes that somewhere in this abandoned cyborg shell is the heart and soul of a young woman with an extraordinary past.

Director: Robert Rodriguez
Writers: James Cameron, Laeta Kalogridis.

Release Date: 2019-01-31
Status: Released
Run time: 122 min / 2:2
Budget: $200,000,000
Revenue: $130,885,895
Production Companies : Troublemaker Studios, Lightstorm Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, TSG Entertainment
Production Countries: Argentina, Canada, United States of America
Release Date: 2019-01-31
Status: Released
Run time: 122 min / 2:2
Budget: $200,000,000
Revenue: $130,885,895

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Casts

Rosa Salazar
as Alita
Christoph Waltz
as Dr. Dyson Ido
Mahershala Ali
as Vector
Keean Johnson
as Hugo
Jennifer Connelly
as Chiren
Ed Skrein
as Zapan
Jackie Earle Haley
as Grewishka
Jorge Lendeborg Jr.
as Tanji
Lana Condor
as Koyomi
Eiza González
as Nyssiana
Idara Victor
as Nurse Gerhad
Jeff Fahey
as McTeague
Derek Mears
as Romo
Leonard Wu
as Kinuba
Racer Rodriguez
as Claymore
Marko Zaror
as Ajakutty
Rick Yune
as Master Clive Lee
Hugo Perez
as Jacked Cyborg
Casper Van Dien
as Amok
Billy Blair
as Cronie
Jamie Landau
as Cronie 2
Dimitrius Pulido
as Cyborg Jacking Victim
Patrick Gathron
as Antioch
Elle LaMont
as Screwhead
Alex Livinalli
as Blue Wingman
Neal Kodinsky
as Red Wingman
Anthony Bandmann
as Mace
Alan Nguyen
as Kumaza
Sam Medina
as Stinger
Tod Junker
as Exploder
John Wirt
as Cyborg Factory Worker
Darcel Danielle
as Young Factory Worker
Emma Lindsey
as Ido's Daughter
Garrett Warren
as Barkeep
Liz Tabish
as Waitress
Tony LaThanh
as Hunter Warrior 1
Jorge A. Jimenez
as Hunter Warrior 2
Vincent Fuentes
as Ed
Ibrahima Thiam
as Guitarist
Paul de Sousa
as Heckler
Gregg Berger
as Deckman
David Sobolov
as Centurion (voice)
Jeff Bottoms
as Motorball Announcer (voice)
Edward Norton
as Nova (uncredited)
Michelle Rodriguez
as Gelda (uncredited)
Jai Courtney
as Jashugan (uncredited)
Keil Oakley Zepernick
as Bar Patron (uncredited)
Tristan Riggs
as Big Kid (uncredited)
Derrick Gilbert
as Big Kid (uncredited)
Marque Hernandez
as Kinuba Fan (uncredited)
Don Daro
as Vector Bodyguard (uncredited)
Liza Wilk
as Cyborg (uncredited)
Rachel Prieto
as CGI Cyborg Hero (uncredited)
Michael Love Toliver
as Resident (uncredited)
Charlotte Delaney Riggs
as Big Kid (uncredited)
Gregory Alexander Wight
as Hunter Warrior (uncredited)
Gary Teague
as Ukulele Man (uncredited)
Heath Young
as Peddlecab Driver / Ironcity Worker / Cyborg Motorball Fan (uncredited)
King
as Shopkeeper (uncredited)
Ricky Lee
as Troley Hopper Driver (uncredited)
Alex Moore
as Girl in Window (uncredited)
Michael W. Bunch
as Iron City Mechanic / Resident / Motorball Fan (uncredited)
Betsy Medina
as Village Girl (uncredited)
Amanda Marie Wilkinson
as Spectator (uncredited)
Michael Wakefield
as Security (uncredited)
Philippe Auguste
as One Arm Bionic Man (uncredited)
Tyler Vogel
as Cyborg (uncredited)
Rachel Hudson
as Motorball Fan (uncredited)

Crew

Directing Robert Rodriguez Director
Production James Cameron Producer
Writing James Cameron Screenplay
Writing Laeta Kalogridis Screenplay
Writing Yukito Kishiro Comic Book
Production Jon Landau Producer
Production David Valdes Executive Producer
Production Mary Vernieu Casting
Production Michelle Wade Byrd Casting
Art Caylah Eddleblute Production Design
Art Steve Joyner Production Design
Art Jeff B. Adams Jr. Art Direction
Art A. Todd Holland Art Direction
Art Leslie McDonald Art Direction
Art William Ladd Skinner Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Nina Proctor Costume Design
Production Susan McNamara Production Manager
Directing Brian Bettwy Assistant Director
Art Robert J. Carlyle Construction Coordinator
Art Keely Carter Other
Art Dianne Chadwick Other
Art James Clyne Conceptual Design
Art Ken Gaston-Kilgore Leadman
Art Mark Goerner Conceptual Design
Costume & Make-Up Aaron Robert Hall Set Dressing Artist
Art Ellen Lampl Other
Art Dan Leyendecker Art Department Assistant
Art Mike McCutchen Art Department Coordinator
Art Megan Montemayor Set Designer
Art Stephen J. Pavelski Other
Art Shari Ratliff Set Designer
Art Walter Schneider Set Designer
Art Shamim Seifzadeh Set Designer
Art Learda Shkurti Other
Art William Ladd Skinner Set Designer
Art Gary Stel Set Decoration Buyer
Art David Tye Sculptor
Art Josh Tywater Set Decoration Buyer
Art Chris Yoo Set Designer
Art Feng Zhu Conceptual Design
Crew Robert D. Cabana Special Effects
Visual Effects Bob Trevino Special Effects Supervisor
Crew Desirae Wallace Other
Crew Travis Guidry Set Production Assistant
Visual Effects Richard E. Hollander Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Joe Letteri Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Eric Saindon Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Mark G. Soper Visual Effects Producer
Crew Jesse La Flair Stunts
Crew Don Charles McGovern Stunts
Crew Garrett Warren Stunt Coordinator
Crew Keil Oakley Zepernick Stunts
Camera Rico Torres Still Photographer
Production Lavonna Cupid Casting Associate
Production Bret Howe Casting Associate
Production Riva Cahn Thompson Casting
Production Logan Cooper Location Manager
Crew Kay Colvin Other
Production Cynthia Streit Production Coordinator
Crew Josh Tywater Other
Production Emma Watts Executive In Charge Of Production
Production Robert Rodriguez Producer
Crew Bill Pope Cinematography
Sound Junkie XL Music
Editing Stephen E. Rivkin Editor
Editing Ian Silverstein Editor

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