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Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp), the world's foremost authority on artificial intelligence, is conducting highly controversial experiments to create a sentient machine. When extremists try to kill the doctor, they inadvertently become the catalyst for him to succeed. Will's wife, Evelyn (Rebecca Hall), and best friend, Max (Paul Bettany), can only watch as his thirst for knowledge evolves to an omnipresent quest for power, and his loved ones soon realize that it may be impossible to stop him.
  • Genres: Action, Science fiction, Thriller
  • Running Time: 119 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, April 25, 2014
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13 [ Brief Strong Language, Sci-Fi Action and Violence, Sensuality, Some Bloody Images ]
  • Starring: Johnny Depp [Will Caster], Rebecca Hall [Evelyn Caster], Paul Bettany [Max Waters], Cillian Murphy [Agent Buchanan], Kate Mara [Bree], Cole Hauser [Col. Hauser], Morgan Freeman [Joseph Tagger], Clifton Collins [Martin], Cory Hardrict [Joel Edmund], Falk Hentschel [Bob], Josh Stewart [Paul], Luce Rains [Roger], Fernando Chien [Heng], Steven Liu [Chiu], Xander Berkeley [Dr. Thomas Casey], Wallace Langham [Dr. Strauss]
  • Directed by: Wally Pfister [Director], Jack Paglen [Screenwriter], Andrew A. Kosove [Producer], Broderick Johnson [Producer], Kate Cohen [Producer], Marisa Polvino [Producer], Annie Marter [Producer], David Valdes [Producer], Aaron Ryder [Producer], Christopher Nolan [Executive Producer], Emma Thomas [Executive Producer], Dan Mintz [Executive Producer], Jess Hall [Cinematographer], Chris Seagers [Production Design], David Rosenbloom [Film Editor], George Little [Costume Designer], Mychael Danna [Original Music], Dawn Swiderski [Supervising Art Direction], Thomas Frohling [Art Director], Gregory Hooper [Art Director], Bjarne Sletteland [Art Director], Clint Wallace [Art Director], Gene Serdena [Set Decoration]
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