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Astérix et Obélix: Au service de Sa Majesté (2012)

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International Box Office $60,680,125Details
Worldwide Box Office $60,680,125
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50 BC. Caesar wants a conquest. At the head of his legions he decides to invade the island at the limits of the known world, this mysterious country called Brittania, Britain. Victory is rapid and complete. Finally ... almost. A small Breton village manages to resist him. Cordelia, the Queen of the Britons, decides to send her most trusted officer, Jolitorax, to seek help in Gaul, from another small village, known for its stubborn resistance to the Romans ... In the Gallic village in question, Asterix and Obelix are already busy. They are trying to make Goudurix, the chief's nephew, into a man. And the change is far from being won. When Jolitorax arrives to ask for help, it is decided to give him a barrel of magic potion, and must be escorted by Asterix and Obelix, with Goudurix, because this trip seems like a great opportunity to complete his education. Unfortunately, nothing will happen as planned ...


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All Time International Box Office 1,248 $60,680,125
All Time Worldwide Box Office 2,122 $60,680,125

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$77,600,000
International Releases: October 17th, 2012 (Limited) (Belgium)
Running Time: 110 minutes
Franchise: Asterix
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Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Fidelite, Wild Bunch, Lucky Red, Morena Films, France 2 Cinema, France 3 Cinema, France Television
Production Countries: France,


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   Julius Caesar
   Queen Cordelia

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Olivier Delbosc
Producer    Marc Missonnier
Screenwriter    Laurent Tirard
Screenwriter    Gregoire Vigneron
Screenwriter    Benjamin Guedj
Head of Story    Rene Goscinny
Head of Story    Albert Uderzo
Cinematographer    Denis Rouden
Editor    Valerie Deseine
Music Director    Klaus Badelt
Production Designer    Francoise Dupertuis
Costume Designer    Pierre-Jean Larroque
Sound Editor    Eric Devulder
Re-recording Mixer    Thomas Gauder
Visual Effects Supervisor    Kevin Berger
Stereoscopic Supervisor    Alain Derobe
Stereoscopic Supervisor    Josephine Derobe
Stunt Coordinator    Patrick Cauderlier
Line Producer    Christine de Jekel
Associate Producer    Genevieve Lemal
Assistant Director    Matthieu de la Mortiere
Casting Director    Antoinette Boulat

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