Hop

Hop poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $108,085,305Details
International Box Office $76,839,028
Worldwide Box Office $184,924,333
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $42,441,002 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $14,245,565 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $56,686,567
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

Blending state of the art animation with live action, Hop is a comedy about E.B., the teenage son of the Easter Bunny. On the eve of taking over the family business, E.B. leaves for Hollywood in pursuit of his dream of becoming a drummer. He encounters Fred, an out-of-work slacker with his own lofty goals, who accidentally hits E.B. with his car. Feigning injury, E.B. manipulates Fred into providing him shelter, and Fred finds himself with the world's worst houseguest. .

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
25% - Rotten
Audience
53% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$63,000,000
Domestic Releases: April 1st, 2011 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: March 23rd, 2012 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for some mild rude humor.
(Rating bulletin 2161, 3/2/2011)
Keywords: Father's Footsteps, Epilogue, Prologue, Voiceover/Narration, Rescue, Kidnap, Political, Dysfunctional Family, Animal Lead, Talking Animals, Musicians, Music Industry, Easter, Food, Delayed Adulthood, Coming of Age
Source:Based on Folk Tale/Legend/Fairytale
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Relativity Media, Illumination Entertainment

DVD Sales: Hop Leaps Up

There were not a lot of new releases to reach the top 30 on this week's DVD Sales Chart, but at least there was some action on top. Hop overtook Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked for first place with 729,000 units / $10.52 million for the week and 2.04 million units / $33.51 million after three. It is now just the third DVD of 2012 to sell 2 million units. More...

Blu-ray Sales: War Horse wins by a Nose

This is becoming a pattern on the Blu-ray sales chart. Just like it has been for the past few weeks, new releases were soft. Granted, War Horse did top the Blu-ray sales chart, but with just 314,000 units / $7.84 million. Its opening week Blu-ray share was 36%, which is about average for the format. More...

DVD Sales: Alvin Hops to the Top

Family films led the way on the DVD Sales Chart this week taking the top three spots. This included one and a half new releases. The best selling DVD was Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked, which sold 893,000 units / $15.56 million during its first full week of release. This is well below the opening week numbers of its predecessors, but the franchise collapsed at the box office, so this result is not surprising. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Families Happy to be Blu

There were not many new releases on the Blu-ray sales chart and many of the top selling DVDs were family films, which tend to struggle on high definition. Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked did grab first place, but with just 270,000 units / $6.29 million. Its opening week Blu-ray Share was just 23%, which is weak for the format as a whole and only average for the genre. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Muppets Find it Easy to be Blu

New releases really dominated the Blu-ray sales chart taking the top four spots and five of the top six. Leading the way was The Muppets with 967,000 units / $24.16 million. Its opening week Blu-ray ray share was 52%, which is stunning for a live action family film. In fact, it's would good for a visually impressive action film. More...

DVD Sales: Muppets Show How it's Done

New releases dominated the DVD sales chart earning the top three spots and five of the top ten. Leading the way was The Muppets with 884,000 units / $15.05 million. This is a little weaker than I would like, but perhaps it performed better on Blu-ray. I'm not overly optimistic, because live action kids movies tend to struggle on high definition. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 27th, 2012

It's not a particularly strong week when it comes to the home market. The biggest box office hit coming out this week is Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked, but that film missed expectations at the box office and was savaged by critics. It should be the best selling DVD and Blu-ray of the week, but that's because it is a slow week overall. As for the best of the best, Mystery Science Theater 3000: XXIII is my choice for Pick of the Week. Others might go with South Park: Season 15 instead, while A Dangerous Method would also be the top choice of many. By a strange coincidence, I'm waiting for the screeners for all four of these films. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Hop

Hop hit theaters last year just in time for Easter and follows in the footsteps of the Alvin and the Chipmunks films with live action / digitally animated cast. Those films earned a lot at the box office, but were savaged by critics. This film was not as popular at the box office, but is it the better film? More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 20th, 2012

It's another week were there are a lot of Awards Season players hitting the home market and a lot of screeners that are late. There are a trio of films that are high on the list of contenders for Pick of the Week. These include two serious drama / thrillers: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy on Blu-ray Combo Pack and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo on Blu-ray. However, in the end, I went with the extreme other end of the serious scale with The Muppets's Wocka Wocka Value Pack More...

International Box Office: Rio Dominates While Reaching A New Milestone

Rio is the first film of 2011 to top $200 million on the international chart, reaching that milestone late in the weekend. It earned $44.27 million on 12,901 screens in 67 markets for a three-week total of $206.01 million internationally and $286.82 million worldwide. The film didn't open in any major markets this past weekend, but that clearly didn't hurt too badly, as the holds were excellent. For instance, the film was down just 10% in Brazil, earning $6.65 million on 971 screens for a total of $31.19 million. To put this into perspective, Avatar made less than $60 million in that market in total, and only had just over $20 million after three weeks of release. At this pace, $300 million internationally and $400 million worldwide is easily within reach. More...

Easter Sweetens Box Office Results

That's two wins in a row. This weekend pulled in $136 million, which was 5% higher than last weekend and an impressive 37% higher than the same weekend last year. Granted, Easter landed on a different weekend last year, but this is still an impressive win. Also, it helped 2011 close the gap on 2010 to 17% at $2.84 billion to $3.41 billion. It still going to take a lot just to catch up by the end of the year, but at least there's some reason to be optimistic going into the summer. More...

Weekend Preview: Can Madea Keep the Box Office Healthy?

The box office is looking to extend its winning streak to two this weekend. There is some great news regarding that goal, as this time last year was really poor, with the three new releases earning less than $30 million combined. I would be shocked if Madea's Big Happy Family opened with less than that. With the Easter holiday, Rio and Hop should hold on well and 2011 should finally start digging itself out of the huge hole it is in. More...

International Box Office: Rio's Reaching for the Top

Rio has become the biggest hit on the international box office so far this year after just two weeks of release. This past weekend it made $56.34 million on 13,754 screens in 63 markets to lift its total to $131.78 million. This is just a couple of million above The Green Hornet, although it is extending that lead very rapidly. The film was aided by a pair of first place openings in major markets, scoring $4.92 million on 667 screens in France and $2.38 million on 626 screens in Italy. It really shone in a number of holdover markets as well, including Brazil, where it was down a mere 14% to $7.22 million on 1,025 screens over the weekend for a total of $18.75 million after two. At this pace, it will top the final box office of Toy Story 3, Harry Potter and Tangled by next weekend. It added $5.70 million on 1,297 screens in Russia to lift its running tally to $18.94 million. It did drop by 39% from its opening weekend, which was higher than in most major markets, but still very strong for Russia. It grew by 33% in Australia to $3.22 million on 467 screens over the weekend for a total of $7.97 million after two. It was up 12% in the U.K. to $2.76 million on 531 screens over the weekend for a total of $8.97 million. Rio doesn't have a lot of markets left to expand into, but even so, at this pace it should hit $200 million internationally and $300 million worldwide with relative ease. More...

The Slump is Dead

Woo hoo! 2011 finally won a week without having to rely on a misaligned holiday. Granted, the overall box office was about $20 million lower than expected, but I don't care. At this point I will take any win we can get. The overall box office was $130 million, which is 12% higher than last weekend and 8% higher from the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2011 is still down by a tragic amount, 19% to be precise at $2.65 billion to $3.29 billion, but at least we are moving in the right direction and if we can add a couple more wins before summer starts, it would be great. More...

Weekend Preview: Studios Look to Start Summer Early

While 2011 has been a year to forget, we could see that turn around this weekend with two potentially massive hits, at least compared to the average April release. Historically, April has the fewest $100 million hits over the past several years, but this year should buck that trend with Hop well on its way to that milestone, and both wide releases this weekend could also get there. Scream 4 and Rio are both tracking head of Hop's opening and by Monday could both be in the top five April openings of all time. Will that be enough to help 2011 finally earn an uncontested win in the year-over-year comparison? The total box office this time last year was $120 million, while the top two films should earn more than $40 million each. If the rest of the box office can't at least earn another $40 million, we are in serious trouble. More...

International Box Office: Blame it on Rio

Did summer start already? I ask because we have a summer-like result at the international box office this weekend. Rio crushed the competition with $54.94 million on 11,714 screens in 45 markets. Opening on more than 10,000 screens is usually a feat reserved for summer blockbusters. The film earned first place in nearly every market, although its individual results did vary considerably. For instance, it was stunning in Russia earning $9.28 million on 1,297 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.31 million. Perhaps more impressively, the film earned $8.77 million on 1,024 screens in Brazil. While Brazil is a very large country, it's still an emerging market and this is a great result there. The film was also strong in Mexico with $4.90 million on 1,521. On the other hand, it was more average in a number of other major markets. For instance, it earned $2.63 million on 724 screens in Germany, which is mediocre for a potential blockbuster. The same was true in the U.K. with $2.48 million on 522, in Australia with $2.42 million on 459, and in Spain with $2.21 million on 390. More...

Box Office Suffers as Most New Releases Miss Their Mark

Ugh. It's time to break out the thesaurus to look up different ways of saying, "disappointing". This past weekend three of the four new releases missed expectations, while the holdovers were not able to compensate. This led to a 7% drop-off from last weekend to $116 million, which was 9% lower than the same weekend last year. 2011 continues its depressing pace and is now behind 2010 by 21% at $2.49 billion to $3.13 billion. Hopefully things will turn around next weekend. We need at least one win going into summer, or we could be in desperate trouble. More...

Weekend Estimates: Hop Wins Comfortably as Arthur Stalls

It's looking like another disappointing weekend at the box office, with Arthur performing well below expectations with a weak $12.6 million opening to leave Hop as the clear winner for a second consecutive weekend. The bunny movie posted an estimated $21.7 million, down 42% from its opening, which isn't bad, and it will be helped by Easter, one suspects. There were also some signs of life from two other openers: Hanna and Soul Surfer. More...

How High Will the New Releases Reach?

So far 2011 has been a disappointment and the industry is desperate for a win before we get into the lucrative summer blockbuster season. We don't want to start summer with a slump hanging over our heads. Last weekend Hop got off to a faster than expected start, and if one or two of this week's new releases do the same, we could have our first legitimate win in the year-over-year comparison. That's not likely. Last Year we had three films earn more than $20 million, while this year Hop's the only one likely to do the same. We do have some good news, as three of the four new releases have a good shot at topping original expectations and perhaps the depth further down the box office chart will be enough. More...

Contest: Hopping Mad: Winning Announcement

The winners of our Hopping Mad contest were determined and they are... More...

International Box Office: Just Barely Winning

Just Go With It reached first place on the international chart with $10.84 million on 2,791 screens in 40 markets for a total of $76.26 million after 8 weeks of release. It opened in first place in Australia with $2.44 million on 311 screens, but it struggled in Italy with just $732,000 on 248. So far the film has $9.09 million in Russia after just two weeks, including $2.87 million on 544 screens this past weekend. More...

Four Hops to the Top of the Per Theater Chart

The Four Times led a group of three films that topped the $10,000 mark on the per theater chart this week with $16,192 in its lone theater. My Perestroika was next with $13,498, also in one theater. Meanwhile, the overall box office leader, Hop, was the final member of the $10,000 club with an average of $10,490. More...

Hop Jumps Higher Than Expected

It was mostly a good news start to the month as the top film, Hop, beat expectations with ease and nearly became the fastest opening film of the year. Meanwhile, most of the rest of the top five at least came close to matching expectations. This helped the box office grow 3% from last weekend to $125 million. Unfortunately, this was nearly 30% lower than the same weekend last year. This means 2011 continues to lose ground on 2010 and it is now off last year's pace by just over 20% at $2.34 billion to $2.93 billion. Things need to turn around very soon. More...

2011 Preview: April

Another month has gone by and 2011 has slipped further behind 2010's pace. March was a bit of an improvement over the first two months, but only in the most generous of terms. It still lost ground to 2010, but not at the same disastrous pace as January and February did. There is some good news, as last April was rather weak and there's a chance 2011 could actually gain ground. After all, only Clash of the Titans earned $100 million last year (although Date Night came awfully close). This year, there are three or four films that could hit the century mark. That would be welcome news indeed. On a side note, April is usually a bit of a dumping ground as studios fear going head-to-head with summer blockbusters opening in May. However, I get the feeling that this year they are hoping to extend summer by having it open a couple of weeks early. Maybe they'll succeed. More...

Will the Box Office have a Spring in Its Step?

It's a new month and we are hoping for reasons to celebrate. So far 2011 has not brought a lot of big hits with it. Only once in three months did 2011 top 2010 in the year-over-year comparison, and even then it was due to a misalignment in holidays. Sadly, that won't turn around this weekend, as it is very likely that all three new releases combined won't make as much as Clash of the Titans opened with last year. On the other hand, perhaps Hop and the others will be bigger than expected hits and we can build on that success. More...

Contest: Hopping Mad

April begins next month and with it the hope of something better at the box office. The widest release of the week is Hop, and while the buzz isn't as strong as I would like, it could be the biggest hit of the weekend. Even if it is not, it is the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Hop. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), regardless if they go over or not, will win a copy of Dennis the Menace: Season One on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/04/01 1 $11,524,380   3,579 $3,220   $11,524,380 1
2011/04/02 1 $15,479,175 +34% 3,579 $4,325   $27,003,555 2
2011/04/03 1 $10,540,155 -32% 3,579 $2,945   $37,543,710 3
2011/04/04 1 $2,272,665 -78% 3,579 $635   $39,816,375 4
2011/04/05 1 $2,630,565 +16% 3,579 $735   $42,446,940 5
2011/04/06 1 $2,005,125 -24% 3,579 $560   $44,452,065 6
2011/04/07 1 $2,004,240 n/c 3,579 $560   $46,456,305 7
2011/04/08 1 $5,532,480 +176% 3,616 $1,530   $51,988,785 8
2011/04/09 1 $9,654,720 +75% 3,616 $2,670   $61,643,505 9
2011/04/10 1 $6,111,040 -37% 3,616 $1,690   $67,754,545 10
2011/04/11 2 $904,000 -85% 3,616 $250   $68,658,545 11
2011/04/12 2 $1,048,640 +16% 3,616 $290   $69,707,185 12
2011/04/13 1 $903,335 -14% 3,616 $250   $70,610,520 13
2011/04/14 1 $831,880 -8% 3,616 $230   $71,442,400 14
2011/04/15 3 $2,326,505 +180% 3,608 $645   $73,768,905 15
2011/04/16 3 $5,196,650 +123% 3,608 $1,440   $78,965,555 16
2011/04/17 3 $3,192,050 -39% 3,608 $885   $82,157,605 17
2011/04/18 3 $1,100,440 -66% 3,608 $305   $83,258,045 18
2011/04/19 2 $1,569,480 +43% 3,608 $435   $84,827,525 19
2011/04/20 2 $1,443,555 -8% 3,608 $400   $86,271,080 20
2011/04/21 2 $1,767,920 +22% 3,608 $490   $88,039,000 21
2011/04/22 4 $4,791,185 +171% 3,616 $1,325   $92,830,185 22
2011/04/23 4 $4,664,640 -3% 3,616 $1,290   $97,494,825 23
2011/04/24 4 $2,730,080 -41% 3,616 $755   $100,224,905 24
2011/04/25 4 $1,247,520 -54% 3,616 $345   $101,472,425 25
2011/04/26 7 $505,985 -59% 3,616 $140   $101,978,410 26
2011/04/27 8 $379,555 -25% 3,616 $105   $102,357,965 27
2011/04/28 9 $361,600 -5% 3,616 $100   $102,719,565 28
2011/04/29 12 $730,480 +102% 3,176 $230   $103,450,045 29
2011/04/30 8 $1,206,880 +65% 3,176 $380   $104,656,925 30
2011/05/01 8 $746,360 -38% 3,176 $235   $105,403,285 31
2011/05/02 13 $111,160 -85% 3,176 $35   $105,514,445 32
2011/05/03 14 $127,040 +14% 3,176 $40   $105,641,485 33
2011/05/04 13 $111,125 -13% 3,176 $35   $105,752,610 34
2011/05/05 13 $109,575 -1% 3,176 $35   $105,862,185 35
2011/05/06 - $117,260 +7% 902 $130   $105,979,445 36
2011/05/07 - $220,990 +88% 902 $245   $106,200,435 37
2011/05/08 - $157,825 -29% 902 $175   $106,358,260 38
2011/05/09 - $22,550 -86% 902 $25   $106,380,810 39
2011/05/10 - $27,060 +20% 902 $30   $106,407,870 40
2011/05/11 - $22,625 -16% 902 $25   $106,430,495 41
2011/05/12 - $22,595 n/c 902 $25   $106,453,090 42
2011/05/13 - $84,915 +276% 459 $185   $106,538,005 43
2011/05/14 - $188,190 +122% 459 $410   $106,726,195 44
2011/05/15 - $128,520 -32% 459 $280   $106,854,715 45
2011/05/16 - $18,360 -86% 459 $40   $106,873,075 46
2011/05/17 - $22,950 +25% 459 $50   $106,896,025 47
2011/05/18 - $20,655 -10% 459 $45   $106,916,680 48
2011/05/19 - $18,325 -11% 459 $40   $106,935,005 49
2011/05/20 - $61,955 +238% 354 $175   $106,996,960 50
2011/05/21 - $109,740 +77% 354 $310   $107,106,700 51
2011/05/22 - $84,975 -23% 354 $240   $107,191,675 52
2011/05/23 - $35,400 -58% 354 $100   $107,227,075 53
2011/05/24 - $17,665 -50% 354 $50   $107,244,740 54
2011/05/25 - $17,780 +1% 354 $50   $107,262,520 55
2011/05/26 - $18,885 +6% 270 $70   $107,281,405 56
2011/05/27 - $56,810 +201% 299 $190   $107,338,215 57
2011/05/28 - $91,195 +61% 299 $305   $107,429,410 58
2011/05/29 - $79,235 -13% 299 $265   $107,508,645 59
2011/05/30 22 $59,785 -25% 299 $200   $107,568,430 60
2011/05/31 - $20,930 -65% 299 $70   $107,589,360 61
2011/06/01 - $20,890 n/c 299 $70   $107,610,250 62
2011/06/02 - $22,410 +7% 299 $75   $107,632,660 63
2011/06/03 - $48,895 +118% 245 $200   $107,681,555 64
2011/06/04 - $73,490 +50% 245 $300   $107,755,045 65
2011/06/05 - $47,765 -35% 245 $195   $107,802,810 66
2011/06/06 - $20,900 -56% 245 $85   $107,823,710 67
2011/06/07 - $26,955 +29% 245 $110   $107,850,665 68
2011/06/08 - $26,945 n/c 245 $110   $107,877,610 69
2011/06/09 - $28,175 +5% 245 $115   $107,905,785 70
2011/06/10 - $32,285 +15% 190 $170   $107,938,070 71
2011/06/11 - $42,750 +32% 190 $225   $107,980,820 72
2011/06/12 - $31,350 -27% 190 $165   $108,012,170 73
2011/06/13 - $15,200 -52% 190 $80   $108,027,370 74
2011/06/14 - $18,985 +25% 190 $100   $108,046,355 75
2011/06/15 - $18,050 -5% 190 $95   $108,064,405 76
2011/06/16 - $20,900 +16% 190 $110   $108,085,305 77

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/04/01 1 $37,543,710   3,579 $10,490   $37,543,710 3
2011/04/08 1 $21,298,240 -43% 3,616 $5,890   $67,754,545 10
2011/04/15 3 $10,715,205 -50% 3,608 $2,970   $82,157,605 17
2011/04/22 4 $12,185,905 +14% 3,616 $3,370   $100,224,905 24
2011/04/29 9 $2,683,720 -78% 3,176 $845   $105,403,285 31
2011/05/06 19 $496,075 -82% 902 $550   $106,358,260 38
2011/05/13 21 $401,625 -19% 459 $875   $106,854,715 45
2011/05/20 25 $256,670 -36% 354 $725   $107,191,675 52
2011/05/27 21 $227,240 -11% 299 $760   $107,508,645 59
2011/06/03 23 $170,150 -25% 245 $694   $107,802,810 66
2011/06/10 28 $106,385 -37% 190 $560   $108,012,170 73

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/25/20122571,922 571,922$9,716,955$9,716,9551
4/1/20122719,980+26% 1,291,902$12,952,440$22,669,3952
4/8/20121768,020+7% 2,059,922$11,074,848$33,744,2433
4/15/2012690,094-88% 2,150,016$1,723,498$35,467,7424
4/22/20121146,191-49% 2,196,207$913,658$36,381,4005
4/29/20122919,497-58% 2,215,704$375,512$36,756,9126
8/12/20121632,341 2,289,597$304,329$37,754,14621
3/31/20131773,906 2,395,005$738,321$38,859,81154
4/13/20141633,189 2,581,023$341,515$41,666,564108
4/20/20141365,601+98% 2,646,624$654,042$42,320,606109

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/25/20123181,805 181,805$3,270,667$3,270,6671
4/1/20122221,297+22% 403,102$3,981,142$7,251,8092
4/8/20122264,655+20% 667,757$5,129,012$12,380,8213
4/15/2012625,182-90% 692,939$607,139$12,987,9604

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Cast

James Marsden    Fred O'Hare
Russell Brand    E.B.
Kaley Cuoco    Sam O'Hare
Hank Azaria    Carlos/Phil
Gary Cole    Henry O'Hare
Elizabeth Perkins    Bonnie O'Hare
Hugh Laurie    E.B.'s Dad
Tiffany Espensen    Alex O'Hare
David Hasselhoff    Himself
Chelsea Handler    Mrs. Beck
Dustin Ybarra    Cody
Carlease Burke    Receptionist
Veronica Alicino    Waitress
Django Marsh    Young E.B.
Jimmy Lee Carter    Blind Boys From Alabama
Billy Bowers    Blind Boys from Alabama
Benjamin Moore Jr.    Blind Boys form Alabama
Eric Dwight McKinnie    Blind Boys from Alabama
Joey Anthony Williams    Blind Boys from Alabama
Tracy Roman Pierce    Blind Boys from Alabama
Will Cleveland Smith    Blind Boys from Alabama
Coleton Ray    Young Fred
Greg Lewis    Performer
Mark Riccardi    Security Guard
Cici Lau    Chinese Woman
Jayden Lund    Another Parent

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Tim Hill
Unit Production Manager    Leigh Shanta
Screenwriter    Cinco Paul
Screenwriter    Ken Daurio
Screenwriter    Brian Lynch
Story Creator    Cinco Paul
Story Creator    Ken Daurio
Producer    Christopher Meledandri
Producer    Michele Imperato Stabile
Executive Producer    John Cohen
Cinematographer    Peter Lyons Collister
Production Designer    Richard Holland
Editor    Peter S. Elliot
Editor    Gregory Perler
Costume Designer    Alexandra Welker
Animation Supervisor    Chris Bailey
Music Supervisor    Julianne Jordan
Composer    Christopher Lennertz
Casting Director    Junie Lowry-Johnson
Casting Director    Libby Goldstein
Character Designer    Peter De Seve
Young E.B. Designed by    Chris Bailey
Unit Production Manager    Michele Imperato Stabile
First Assistant Director    Michele Panelli-Venetis
Second Assistant Director    David Mendoza
Visual Effects Supervisor    Steve Dubin
Associate Producer    Wendy A. Geary
Art Director    Charlie DaBoub
Assistant Director    Lissette Schettini
Set Decorator    Don Diers
Set Designer    Philip Dagort
Set Designer    Eugene Darnell
Set Designer    Paul Sonski

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