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Cloverfield (2008)

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Five young New Yorkers throw their friend a going-away party the night that a monster the size of a skyscraper descends upon the city. Told from the point of view of their video camera, the film is a document of their attempt to survive the most surreal, horrifying event of their lives.

Director: Matt Reeves
Writer: Drew Goddard

Release Date: 2008-01-15
Status: Released
Run time: 85 min / 1:25
Budget: $25,000,000
Revenue: $170,764,026
Production Companies : Paramount, Bad Robot
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2008-01-15
Status: Released
Run time: 85 min / 1:25
Budget: $25,000,000
Revenue: $170,764,026

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Casts

Michael Stahl-David
as Rob Hawkins
T.J. Miller
as Hudson 'Hud' Platt
Lizzy Caplan
as Marlena Diamond
Jessica Lucas
as Lily Ford
Odette Annable
as Beth McIntyre
Mike Vogel
as Jason Hawkins
Anjul Nigam
as Bodega Cashier
Margot Farley
as Jenn
Theo Rossi
as Antonio
Brian Klugman
as Charlie
Kelvin Yu
as Clark
Liza Lapira
as Heather
Lili Mirojnick
as Lei
Ben Feldman
as Travis
Elena Caruso
as Party Goer
Vakisha Coleman
as Party Goer
Will Greenberg
as Party Goer
Rob Kerkovich
as Party Goer
Ryan Key
as Party Goer
Hooman Khalili
as Party Goer
Rasika Mathur
as Party Goer
Baron Vaughn
as Party Goer
Charlyne Yi
as Party Goer
Roma Torre
as Herself
Rick Overton
as Frantic Man
Martin Cohen
as Burly Guy
Jason Cerbone
as Police Officer
Pavel Lychnikoff
as Russian Man on Street
Billy Brown
as Staff Sgt. Pryce
Scott Lawrence
as Lead Soldier
Jeffrey De Serrano
as Soldier
Tim Griffin
as Command Center Officer
Chris Mulkey
as Lt. Col. Graff
Susse Budde
as Medic
Jason Lombard
as Second Medic
Jamie Martz
as Helicopter Pilot
Don Abernathy
as New York Street Pedestrian (uncredited)
Michael Ark
as Party Goer (uncredited)
Caley Bisson
as Party Bartender (uncredited)
James Thomas Bligh
as EMS Commander (uncredited)
Maylen Calienes
as Frantic Girl on Bridge (uncredited)
Craig Dabbs
as Army Sgt. First Class (uncredited)
Tommy Gerrits
as Boy Looking at Magazines (uncredited)
Jason Giffin
as National Guardsman / Tank Gunner (uncredited)
Adam Greeves
as Military Personnel (uncredited)
Brandon G. Holley
as Military Personnel (uncredited)
Hisonni Johnson
as Party Goer (uncredited)
Adam Karst
as New Yorker (uncredited)
Julio Leal
as Rocketeer / Soldier (uncredited)
Jake McLaughlin
as Helicopter Pilot (voice) (uncredited)
Rachel Mower
as Injured Girl (uncredited)
Gene Richards
as First Man Coughing (uncredited)
Bertrand Roberson Jr.
as Military Personnel (uncredited)
John Robert
as Injured Guy on Bridge (uncredited)
Chris Spinelli
as Party Goer (uncredited)
Andrew Trujillo
as Military Personel (uncredited)
Maria Zambrana
as Brooklyn Bridge Victim (uncredited)

Crew

Directing Matt Reeves Director
Writing Drew Goddard Screenplay
Production J.J. Abrams Producer
Production Bryan Burk Producer
Production Guy Riedel Executive Producer
Production Sherryl Clark Executive Producer
Camera Michael Bonvillain Director of Photography
Art Martin Whist Production Design
Editing Kevin Stitt Editor
Costume & Make-Up Ellen Mirojnick Costume Design
Production David Baronoff Producer
Production Alyssa Weisberg Casting
Art Doug J. Meerdink Art Direction
Art Robert Greenfield Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Dennis Liddiard Makeup Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Norman Bryn Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Jake Garber Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Lori McCoy-Bell Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Merribelle Anderson Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Frank Vazquez Hairstylist
Art Mike Piccirillo Art Department Coordinator
Art Jane Wuu Set Designer
Crew Michael Saccio Property Master
Art George Lee Set Designer
Crew J. Michael Glynn Property Master
Art Chad S. Frey Set Designer
Art Chris Snyder Construction Coordinator
Art David Corral Greensman
Art Peter K. Dunbar Leadman
Art Alan Easley Leadman
Crew Charles Kern Scenic Artist
Crew Victor Morales Scenic Artist
Sound Douglas Murray Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Will Files Supervising Sound Editor
Editing Cheryl Nardi Dialogue Editor
Sound Will Files Sound Designer
Sound Douglas Murray Sound Designer
Sound Robert Shoup Sound Effects Editor
Sound Luke Dunn Gielmuda Sound Effects Editor
Sound Anna Behlmer Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Andy Nelson Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Goro Koyama Foley
Sound Andy Malcolm Foley
Sound Bryan Arenas Dolby Consultant
Crew Connie Brink Special Effects Coordinator
Crew Simon Allmark Visual Effects Editor
Visual Effects Kevin Blank Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Michael Bruce Ellis Visual Effects Supervisor
Crew Jennifer Hutcheon Visual Effects Editor
Crew Lee Ifans Visual Effects Editor
Crew Steve R. Moore Visual Effects Editor
Crew Derek Walsh Visual Effects Editor
Crew David Vickery CG Supervisor
Visual Effects Rupert Porter Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Annie Pomeranz Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Chantal Feghali Visual Effects Producer
Crew Russell Darling CG Supervisor
Visual Effects Sarah Coatts Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Tom Gibbons Animation Supervisor
Crew Rob King Stunt Coordinator
Camera Robert Reed Altman Camera Operator
Camera Chris Hayes Camera Operator
Camera Andy Shuttleworth Camera Operator
Camera Sam Emerson Still Photographer
Crew Chris Shadley Video Assist Operator
Costume & Make-Up Robert Q. Mathews Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Winsome G. McKoy Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up April Krueger Set Costumer
Editing Des Carey Digital Intermediate
Editing Missy Papageorge Digital Intermediate
Editing Mike Chiado Digital Intermediate
Sound Stephanie Lowry Music Editor
Crew James Lowder Transportation Coordinator
Crew Jim Moores Picture Car Coordinator
Production Demian Resnick Location Manager
Production Greg Lazzaro Location Manager
Directing Dawn Gilliam Script Supervisor
Crew Will Casey Unit Publicist
Lighting Howard R. Campbell Lighting Technician
Editing Kris Cole Assistant Editor
Crew Ben Sokolowski Production Office Assistant
Sound Craig Heath Sound Recordist
Sound Blake R. Cornett Sound Recordist
Sound Clint Smith Sound Recordist

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