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Os Jogos da Fome

Os Jogos da Fome
Os Jogos da Fome Rating: 75 out of 100 based on 61 reviews.
A história se passa em uma nação pós-apocalíptica, chamada Panem, constituída por 13 distritos e uma Capital. A história começa quando Katniss pega o lugar de sua irmã, Prim, nos Jogos Vorazes. Um jogo criado pela Capital, como uma forma de mostrar que eles mandam em Panem.
Elenco
Jennifer Lawrence

Katniss Everdeen
Liam Hemsworth

Gale Hawthorne
Josh Hutcherson

Peeta Mellark
Stanley Tucci

Caesar Flickerman
Wes Bentley

Seneca Crane
Willow Shields

Primrose Everdeen
Elizabeth Banks

Effie Trinket
Sandra Ellis Lafferty

Hob Vendor (as Sandra Lafferty)
Paula Malcomson

Katniss' Mother
Rhoda Griffis

Registration Woman
Sandino Moya

Propaganda Film Tribute (as Sandino Moya-Smith)
Raiko Bowman

Peeta's Mother
Dwayne Boyd

Peacekeeper #1
Anthony Reynolds

Peacekeeper #2
Judd Lormand

Peacekeeper #3
Produção
Director:Gary Ross
Producer:Robin Bissell (executive producer)
Suzanne Collins (executive producer)
Nina Jacobson (producer)
Jon Kilik (producer)
Louise Rosner (executive producer)
Chantal Feghali (co-executive producer)
Bryan Unkeless (co-producer)
Diana Álvarez (co-producer)
Martin Cohen (co-producer)
Louis Phillips (co-producer)
Aldric La'auli Porter (co-producer)
Writer:Suzanne Collins (novel)
Gary Ross (screenplay) and)
Billy Ray (screenplay)
Comentários para Os Jogos da Fome
CinemaDope
You certainly can’t beat the timing. Or Catnip’s ‒ rather, Katniss’s ‒ fiery second-act entrance. Nosiree. No sooner than the Harry Potter franchise wraps, along comes Lionsgate with a promising replacement for the 12- to 18-year-old demographic that...
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
Lionsgate, the studio behind The Hunger Games, pulls out all the stops for the much-anticipated first installment of the screen adaptations of Suzanne Collins’ trilogy of novels. Collins herself is a co-writer and executive producer for the film...
Leia a crítica27 Jul 2012
7M Pictures
Not being a teenager, a tween or someone who regularly works with these age groups, I’ve sat on the sidelines and watched certain literary properties either blow up or fizzle as cinematic epics.
Aisle Seat
Few literary adaptations have been as eagerly anticipated as The Hunger Games. Suzanne Collins' young adult novel – the first of three – has a large, devoted following comprised of both teens and grown-ups.
Groucho Reviews
In the court—or, in this case, on the court of public opinion, the film version of The Hunger Games has already won. The young-adult novel's legion of fans, young and old, has largely embraced the casting and preview footage doled out by Lionsgate (ever
Comentários para Os Jogos da Fome
CinemaDope
You certainly can’t beat the timing. Or Catnip’s ‒ rather, Katniss’s ‒ fiery second-act entrance. Nosiree. No sooner than the Harry Potter franchise wraps, along comes Lionsgate with a promising replacement for the 12- to 18-year-old demographic that...
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
Lionsgate, the studio behind The Hunger Games, pulls out all the stops for the much-anticipated first installment of the screen adaptations of Suzanne Collins’ trilogy of novels. Collins herself is a co-writer and executive producer for the film...
Leia a crítica27 Jul 2012
7M Pictures
Not being a teenager, a tween or someone who regularly works with these age groups, I’ve sat on the sidelines and watched certain literary properties either blow up or fizzle as cinematic epics.
Aisle Seat
Few literary adaptations have been as eagerly anticipated as The Hunger Games. Suzanne Collins' young adult novel – the first of three – has a large, devoted following comprised of both teens and grown-ups.
Groucho Reviews
In the court—or, in this case, on the court of public opinion, the film version of The Hunger Games has already won. The young-adult novel's legion of fans, young and old, has largely embraced the casting and preview footage doled out by Lionsgate (ever
ScreenWize
“I’m looking for a good book to read,” I announced to my family over the Christmas break, and the almost-teen handed me a copy of The Hunger Games, the first in a trilogy of novels for young people by Suzanne Collins. I was combing his bookshelves the...
Climbing Higher Pictures
Believe the hype. The Hunger Games is destined to become the next blockbuster young adult franchise, and if the first film is any indication, will put Twilight to shame. Gary Ross has done the near impossible, crafting an adaptation that is equal parts...
Leia a crítica20 Mar 2012
MediaMikes
It happens every year. Called “The Reaping,” it consists of children being randomly selected to fight to the death in what has been known as, for the past 73 years, The Hunger Games. The winner is treated to a life of luxury. The losers…you know.
Leia a crítica23 Mar 2012
Reel Advice
"The Hunger Games" is still a film that shatters the perception of what we can expect from young adult adaptations and films. It's mature tone and deep moral issues will make you think but it also offers a mix of action, drama and thrill that won't bog...
Sacramento News & Review
Adolescents from a dozen districts of some future former America annually are chosen by lottery for a woodsy death match on live TV. Two of them, played by Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson, hold our interest. This comes from the first book...
Leia a crítica22 Mar 2012
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
In a dystopian future, a post-apocalyptic country called Panem, which was once North America, is divided into 12 districts. As annual penance for an anti-government uprising 74 years earlier, each district holds a ‘reaping’ in which a teenage girl...
Leia a crítica24 Mar 2012
Film4
An intelligent, thrill-quenching blend of sci-fi and satire introducing a welcome addition to the woefully small canon of admirable action heroines. Bring on round two!
iHaveNet.com
The hypocrisy at the heart of "The Hunger Games" is irresistible. Novelist Suzanne Collins, whose trilogy has been decreed "awesome" by, among others, my 5th grade son, indicts violence and organized brutality as tools of mass-audience manipulation.
Boxoffice Magazine
Set in a near-future North America called Panem where 12 Districts work in squalor to provide the resources consumed by the glittering Capitol, The Hunger Games takes its title from an annual competition where each district provides a boy and girl...
Leia a crítica16 Mar 2012
Maui Time
Lawrence's performance and a few near-radical touches draw you in but the most this has to offer an audience is pre-release hype. Once that dies down, you're left with a movie only for fans of the book. I brought two Team Katniss fans with me and they...
Leia a crítica21 Mar 2012
Miami Herald
Was it wrong to expect something more from The Hunger Games other than pajama-party fodder? Suzanne Collins’ dystopian sci-fi novel - the first in a trilogy - was rife with potential for a bold, daring entertainment that blended dark satire and social...
Leia a crítica20 Mar 2012
CinemaBlend.com
Too often when it comes to big screen adaptations of beloved best-selling novels, we spend the bulk of a review pointing out all of the places the filmmaker went wrong. With The Hunger Games, it’s a distinct pleasure to sing about all of the places the...
Las Vegas Weekly
For most people, The Hunger Games needs no introduction—which is a good thing, because the movie assumes that you’ve already read Suzanne Collins’ best-selling series of young-adult novels, and arguably demonstrates a certain amount of contempt for...
Leia a crítica21 Mar 2012
Filmcritic.com
The Hunger Games definitely has its work cut out for it. In order to convince film fans that it's not just the latest lame attempt by Hollywood to latch onto a legitimate literary blockbuster, the results have to stand on their own as a satisfactory...
Leia a crítica22 Mar 2012
Philly.com
When my in-house teen told me to read "The Hunger Games," I did what I usually do when I'm assigned young-adult literature.
Leia a crítica22 Mar 2012
Screen Jabber
The latest book franchise to have a crack at Hollywood has arrived. The Hunger Games is going to roll the dice, hoping to follow in the footsteps of Harry Potter and Twilight, rather than the misfires like Percy Jackson and The Golden Compass.
MovieCrypt.com
Never having read the book but still familiar with the story (you’d have to wear blinders online not to be), The Hunger Games borrows much from earlier dystopian science fiction and reworks it into young adult fare. With a cast of seasoned actors...
Leia a crítica28 Mar 2012
Washington Post
Like the documentaries “Kony 2012” and “Bully,” the grim speculative fantasy “The Hunger Games” has been a Web sensation in recent weeks, garnering the kind of pre-opening buzz and advance ticket-sales that make the most cynical Hollywood studio suit...
Leia a crítica21 Mar 2012
Slant Magazine
Dystopian revolution is at the heart of Suzanne Collins's Hunger Games trilogy, which imagines a futuristic, postwar North America at the mercy of an iron-fisted empire. But deeper still is mandatory adolescent homicide, a plainspoken...
Leia a crítica20 Mar 2012
Atlantic City Weekly
It was Jennifer Lawrence’s fierceness and devotion to family as the memorable Ozark teen Ree in Winter’s Bone that likely showed she had the grit to play the fierce survivalist Katniss Everdeen in the hoped for next big movie franchise...
Leia a crítica24 Mar 2012
The A.V. Club
If Suzanne Collins’ novel The Hunger Games turns up on middle-school curricula 50 years from now—and as accessible dystopian science fiction with allusions to early-21st-century strife, that isn’t out of the question—the lazy students of the future...
Leia a crítica22 Mar 2012
The Critical Critics
With a built-in audience of mostly 14-17 year-old girls, director Gary Ross (“Pleasantville,” “Seabiscuit”) puts forth The Hunger Games — a rather faithful version of the first novel in Suzanne Collins’ best-selling trilogy, telling the tale of...
Leia a crítica22 Mar 2012
Orlando Weekly
The Hunger Games has swooped in as a sort of allegorical palate-cleanser, a post-apocalyptic showcase for a much needed breath of fresh air in the form of Katniss Everdeen, a YA hero who's actually a young adult. Everdeen, to our great relief...
Leia a crítica22 Mar 2012
Movies.com
The future will be like the present but even nastier, with one giant entity embodying the worst of government and the worst of corporations fused together into an unfightable tyranny-blob, populated by dirt-poor scroungers crushed by a very rich...
Eric D. Snider
For a movie with the word "games" in the title and based on a book written for young adults, "The Hunger Games" is startlingly un-frivolous. This is serious business, this matter of a dystopian future America in which every year two dozen teenagers...
Reel Views
The Hunger Games comes charging out of the gate with a daunting task: fill the chasm in the fangirl cinematic franchise machine created by the completion of the Harry Potter saga and the impending end to all things Twilight.
Leia a crítica20 Mar 2012
CLIPS
"The Hunger Games" is an exciting and wildly entertaining movie adventure. The casting is perfection, with Jennifer Lawrence delivering a riveting performance - much like she did in "Winter's Bone". Liam Hemsworth, Elizabeth Banks, Woody Harrelson...
Reel Film Reviews
Based on the book by Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games follows Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss Everdeen as she's drafted into a brutal fight-to-the-death against two dozen fellow citizens - with the film detailing the character's ongoing efforts at...
Leia a crítica22 Mar 2012
New York Post
"The Hunger Games” may be derivative, but it is engrossing and at times exciting. Implicitly, it argues that “The Truman Show” might have been improved by Ed Harris lobbing fireballs at Jim Carrey, and it’s now clear what “American Idol” was missing...
Leia a crítica20 Mar 2012
Entertainment Weekly
Young people, selected by lottery, slaughter one another with kill-or-be-killed desperation in The Hunger Games. The savagery is a yearly ritual mandated by the tyrannical regime of Panem, a broken nation built, after a terrible war, on the futuristic...
Leia a crítica21 Mar 2012
Fan The Fire
The bleak future world portrayed in Gary Ross’ The Hunger Games, the first of four films to be adapted from Suzanne Collins’ trilogy of novels for young adults, needs little context. The history of how the USA became ‘Panem’ – the story’s oppressive...
Leia a crítica21 Mar 2012
Crave Online
I’m not sure what I expected from The Hunger Games, Gary Ross’s adaptation of the best-selling sci-fi novel by Suzanne Collins (which I have not read). Descriptions of the film boiled down to “a PG-13 Battle Royale,” which seemed like old hat to me.
Leia a crítica20 Mar 2012
IGN
Arriving with a ton of hype and anticipation, The Hunger Games certainly isn't lacking for attention. As with any project of this kind, the question is whether all of this hype is towards something worthwhile. Luckily, The Hunger Games answers that...
Leia a crítica16 Mar 2012
Science Fiction Flim
There’s a rule that any defense of a film that begins with “If you had read the book . . .” automatically fails. A movie must to be able to stand on its own since most viewers will not have read the book . . .
WeLoveMovieClub.com
“The Hunger Games” มาพร้อมการเป็นภาพยนตร์ที่วัยรุ่นตั้งตารอคอยมากที่สุดแห่งปีนี้ และก็ไม่ทำให้ผิดหวังแต่อย่างใด เพราะตัวหนังมาพร้อมการนำเสนอที่ถูกพิถีพิถันเป็นอย่างดีในการค่อยๆนำเสนอรายละเอียดของเนื้อหาและตัวละครไปพร้อมๆกันได้อย่างน่าชื่นชม...
Leia a crítica21 Mar 2012
Kc
ในโลกที่มนุษย์เห็นการฆ่าฟันกันเองเป็นเรื่องบันเทิงในโทรทัศน์ มันก็ไม่ได้ต่างอะไรกับการที่เราชมภาพยนตร์และสนุกสนานกับการเห็นเหล่าตัวละครฆ่าฟันกัน แม้เป็นเพียงแค่ไอเดียซึ่งรู้อยู่ว่าเหตุการณ์เหล่านั้นไม่เคยเกิดขึ้นจริง หรือนั่นก็เป็นสิ่งที่พลเมืองชาว...
Leia a crítica21 Mar 2012
ABC Radio (Australia)
Suzanne Collins' trilogy The Hunger Games is yet another teen novel publishing phenomenon, akin to the Twilight saga. The new film adaptation, directed by Gary Ross, has multimedia franchise written all over it.
Leia a crítica29 Mar 2012
Birmingham Mail
HOLLYWOOD’S first big blockbuster of 2012 is on its way this weekend – and it’s coming whether you’re ready or not.
Leia a crítica23 Mar 2012
The Globe And Mail
For once, don't be put off by the hype: the book may be written for young adults, but the movie is a thoroughly mature affair. That's the marvel of The Hunger Games, a film that transforms a popular work of teen fiction not just by faithfully...
Leia a crítica23 Mar 2012
The Sydney Morning Herald
Let the games begin. And it’s not quidditch at Hogwarts, or that weird baseball scene in Twilight - this is serious stuff. In Suzanne Collins' post-apocalyptic young adult novel, The Hunger Games, it's a grim, relentless fight to the death.
Leia a crítica21 Mar 2012
Indian Express
RIDING on the stupendous success of Suzanne Collins's trilogy, The Hunger Games has a launchpad ready from where to take off running. What it does is slow down, crawl and in a story so ripe for visual reproduction, inexplicably, grind to a tiresome halt.
Leia a crítica23 Mar 2012
The Telegraph
The Hunger Games is an adaptation of the first in a set of three fantasy books aimed at younger readers by Suzanne Collins, in which teenagers culled from the 12 districts of a post-Apocalyptic nation called Panem are pitted against each other...
Leia a crítica16 Mar 2012
Rediff.com
Grounded very much in the gladiatorial tradition, The Hunger Games makes a barbaric reality show out of its vulnerable contestants among whom only one gets to walk out free – and alive. It plays out, not for the amusement of its game-makers...
Leia a crítica23 Mar 2012
Express.co.uk
THE name Katniss Everdeen might not trip off the tongue but the feisty teenage huntress is set to become an iconic action heroine with The Hunger Games while the actress who plays her, Jennifer Lawrence, will become a star.
Leia a crítica22 Mar 2012
NowRunning.com
In a country somewhere in the future, a nation indulges in a popular reality show called "The Hunger Games" where a male and female contestant from each of the 12 districts, fight to the death with only one final winner.
Leia a crítica27 Mar 2012
Empire Australasia
Probably the greatest achievement of The Hunger Games, and there are many, is that in adapting a phenomenally successful teen novel its creative team have produced something that works as a film, not just as an adaptation of a book.
Shadows on the Wall
Proclaimed "the next big franchise" before production even began, this first chapter of Suzanne Collins' trilogy manages to live up to the hype. It's rare to see a blockbuster with such a sharp political sensibility.
Leia a crítica19 Mar 2012
MovieXclusive.com
Not since the Twilight franchise first hit the big screen in 2008 has there been so much fevered anticipation for a print-to-screen adaptation, but that should be expected for a book that spent 180 consecutive weeks on the New York Times bestseller list.
Koimoi.com
Lionsgate and Tanweer Group’s The Hunger Games is the story of a girl who meets with several odds to come out victorious.
Leia a crítica23 Mar 2012
Time Out London
The perils of allowing a successful author to adapt their own work for the screen are demonstrated once again in this absorbing but cluttered take on Suzanne Collins’s highly regarded post-apocalyptic teen epic. This is a gripping, impressively mounted...
TotalFilm.com
A faithful adap, a grown-up teen movie and flaming good entertainment. The big test for the franchise lies ahead with the uneven second and third books. But on this showing, the odds are in its favour.
Leia a crítica16 Mar 2012
QNetwork Entertainment
You can immediately see why Jennifer Lawrence was cast as Katniss Everdeen, the stoic, hardy 16-year-old heroine of The Hunger Games. Lawrence’s Oscar-nominated break-out performance was playing Ree Dolly, the resilient and determined teenage daughter...
Sky Movies HD
Anticipating a simpering teenage tear-jerker of the Twilight variety? Well, think again because this is no teen romance but a gripping thriller about survival, more closely resembling Lord of the Flies than a Robert Pattinson love-fest.
Hindustan Times
Adapted from the first of three wildly-popular young-adult novels by Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games taps into themes — courage in the face of adversity; struggle against oppressive regimes — with strong appeal for older viewers as well.
Leia a crítica24 Mar 2012
Eye for Film
The phenomenon of The Hunger Games novels - a triplet of fantasy books aimed at 12s and up - has somehow passed me by until now. So, like the unfortunate competitors in Suzanne Collins' story, I came to the film adaptation with nothing but the clothes...
IBNLive
I'm going with three out of five for The Hunger Games. It's far more engaging than the Twilight films to which it's been compared. Now bring on the sequels.
Leia a crítica30 Mar 2012
Empire
Probably the greatest achievement of The Hunger Games, and there are many, is that in adapting a phenomenally successful teen novel its creative team have produced something that works as a film, not just as an adapta...
Elenco
Jennifer Lawrence...Katniss Everdeen
Liam Hemsworth...Gale Hawthorne
Josh Hutcherson...Peeta Mellark
Stanley Tucci...Caesar Flickerman
Wes Bentley...Seneca Crane
Willow Shields...Primrose Everdeen
Elizabeth Banks...Effie Trinket
Sandra Ellis Lafferty...Hob Vendor (as Sandra Lafferty)
Paula Malcomson...Katniss' Mother
Rhoda Griffis...Registration Woman
Sandino Moya...Propaganda Film Tribute (as Sandino Moya-Smith)
Raiko Bowman...Peeta's Mother
Dwayne Boyd...Peacekeeper #1
Anthony Reynolds...Peacekeeper #2
Judd Lormand...Peacekeeper #3
Woody Harrelson...Haymitch Abernathy
Toby Jones...Claudius Templesmith
Amandla Stenberg...Rue
Donald Sutherland...President Snow
Alexander Ludwig...Cato
Isabelle Fuhrman...Clove
Lenny Kravitz...Cinna
Jacqueline Emerson...Foxface
Leven Rambin...Glimmer
Amber Chaney...Avox Girl
Dayo Okeniyi...Thresh
Phillip Troy Linger...Katniss' Father
Latarsha Rose...Portia
Nelson Ascencio...Flavius
Bruce Bundy...Octavia
Jack Quaid...Marvel
Annie Thurman...Tribute Girl District 9
Kalia Prescott...Tribute Girl District 3
Dakota Hood...Tribute Girl District 10
Mackenzie Lintz...Tribute Girl District 8
Ethan Jamieson...Tribute Boy District 4
Kimiko Gelman...Venia
Karan Kendrick...Atala
Tim Taylor...Game Center Tech #3
Steve Coulter...Game Center Tech #1
Katie Kneeland...Hovercraft Tech
Imanol Yepez-Frias...Tribute Boy District 9
Shane Biseell...Birthday Boy
Sharon Conley...Game Center Tech #2
John Ross...Game Center Tech
Ian Nelson...Tribute Boy District 3
Tara Macken...Tribute Girl District 4 (uncredited)
Ashton Moio...District 6 Tribute (uncredited)
Kara Petersen...Tribute Girl District 6 (uncredited)
Chris Mark...Tribute Boy District 5 (uncredited)
Jeremy Marinas...Tribute Boy District 10 (uncredited)
Sam Ly...Tribute Boy District 7 (uncredited)
Sam Tan...Tribute Boy District 8 (uncredited)
George McPherson...District 11 Farmer (uncredited)
Eric Hennig...Game Tech (uncredited)
Mehmet Korhan...Game Tech (uncredited)
Shelby Townsend...District 12 Girl (uncredited)
Trey Taylor...Peacekeeper (uncredited)
Audrey Reid Couch...District 12 Teen Girl (uncredited)
Christopher Cozort...Capitol Citizen / Hob Vendor (uncredited)
Antonio Echeverria...Capitol Citizen (uncredited)
Konstantine Kurelias...Peacekeeper (uncredited)
Chad Kurtz...Capitol Crowd (uncredited)
William Hunter Luther...District 12 Teen (uncredited)
Alexa Poletti...Capitol Citizen (uncredited)
Taylor John Smith...Propoganda Film Tribute (uncredited)
Bill Bennett...Coal Miner (uncredited)
Shana Murphy...Propaganda Film Tribute (uncredited)
Tim Olcott...Distracted Flickerman Stagehand (uncredited)
Bailee Watters...District 12 Citizen (uncredited)
Produção
Director:Gary Ross
Producer:Robin Bissell (executive producer)
Suzanne Collins (executive producer)
Nina Jacobson (producer)
Jon Kilik (producer)
Louise Rosner (executive producer)
Chantal Feghali (co-executive producer)
Bryan Unkeless (co-producer)
Diana Álvarez (co-producer)
Martin Cohen (co-producer)
Louis Phillips (co-producer)
Aldric La'auli Porter (co-producer)
Writer:Suzanne Collins (novel)
Gary Ross (screenplay) and)
Billy Ray (screenplay)
Composer:James Newton Howard
Cinematographer:Tom Stern (director of photography)
Editing:Stephen Mirrione
Juliette Welfling
Christopher S. Capp
Casting:Debra Zane
Production Design:Philip Messina
Art Director:John Collins (supervising art director)
Robert Fechtman
Paul Richards
Set Decorator:Larry Dias
Costume Design:Judianna Makovsky
Makeup:Diana Acrey (hair stylist)
Anthony Brooks (makeup artist)
Kelly Caldwell (hair stylist)
Linda D. Flowers (hair designer)
Joyce Gilliard (hair stylist)
Lindsay Irish-Desarno (makeup artist)
Veronica Lorenz (makeup artist)
Cheri Minns (makeup artist)
Bryan David Moss (hair stylist)
Ve Neill (makeup designer)
Nikoletta Skarlatos (key makeup artist)
Randa Squillacote (hair stylist)
Beka Wilson (hair stylist)
Elena Arroy (makeup artist)
Stephanie Barnes (makeup artist (uncredited)
Peter De Oliveria (makeup artist)
Rick Pour (makeup artist)
Lufeng Qu (makeup artist)
Tricia Sawyer (makeup artist)
Katrina Suhre (hair stylist)
Vasilios Tanis (makeup artist)
Jose Zamora (hair stylist (uncredited)
Shutchai Tym Buacharern (makeup artist (uncredited)
Barbara Cantu (hair stylist)
Clare M. Corsick (key hair stylist (uncredited)
Kris Evans (makeup artist: Capitol City)
Cherry Petenbrink (hair colorist)
Yvette Stone (hair stylist)
Nicole Alkire (hair stylist)
Deborah Ball (hair stylist)
Gina Baran (hair stylist)
Robin Beauchesne (makeup artist)
Wendy Bell (makeup artist)
Sheryl Blum (hair stylist)
Anita Brabec (makeup artist)
Susan Buffington (hair stylist)
Martha Callender (makeup artist)
Heather Chobor (hair stylist)
Becky Cotton (makeup artist)
Iraina Crenshaw (hair stylist)
Nicole DeFrancesco (hair stylist)
Marie Del Prete (makeup artist)
Leslie Devlin (makeup artist)
Monica Di Venti (hair stylist)
Suzanne Diaz (makeup artist)
Joshua Ditata (hair stylist)
David Dupuis (makeup artist)
Gunn Espegard (makeup artist)
Kathy W. Estocin (hair stylist)
Mary Everett (hair stylist)
Rex Faile (hair stylist)
Ashton Glasser (hair stylist)
Clare Gniadek (key hair stylist)
Priscilla Green (hair stylist)
Jennifer Hanna (hair stylist)
Jerri Hanna (hair stylist)
Aubrey Harley II (hair stylist)
Mirah Hendrix (hair stylist)
Sylvia Hendrix (hair stylist)
Edouard F. Henriques (makeup artist)
Meagan Herrera (hair stylist)
Sparkles Hill (hair stylist)
Kimberly Holcombe (hair stylist)
Kristen Howell (hair stylist)
Taran Hoyle (hair stylist)
Herita Jones (makeup artist)
Linda Kamp (makeup artist)
Erin Keith (makeup artist)
Colleen LaBaff (hair stylist)
Bryn E. Leetch (hair stylist)
Laura Lindsey (hair stylist)
Brad Look (makeup artist)
Frances Mathias (hair stylist)
Joe Matke (hair stylist)
Robert Maverick (makeup artist)
Patricia McAlhany Glasser (hair stylist)
Anthony Jordan McClain (hair stylist)
Jennifer McCollom (makeup artist)
Conor McCullagh (third makeup artist)
Chelsea E. Miles (hair stylist)
Travis Pates (makeup artist)
Taylor Petenbrink (hair stylist)
Melissa B. Pollak (hair stylist)
Michael Powell (hair stylist)
Taylor Price (hair stylist)
Christina Raye (third hair stylist)
Cyndi Reece-Thorne (makeup artist)
Scott H. Reeder (hair stylist)
Evelyn Roach (hair stylist)
Elizabeth Robinson (hair stylist)
Lisa Rocco (makeup artist)
Autumn Lee Sandberg (hair stylist)
Lavonyelle Simmons (hair stylist)
Colette Slattery (hair stylist)
Julie Socash (makeup artist)
Steven R. Soussanna (hair stylist)
Dawn Turner (hair stylist)
Kerri Underwood (hair stylist)
Chris Varosky (makeup artist)
Melanie Verkins (hair stylist)
Bryan Whisnant (hair stylist)
Jason Willis (makeup artist)
Lyle K. Wilson (hair stylist)
Bernard Williams (hair stylist)
Production Management:Douglas Dresser (production supervisor)
Louise Rosner (unit production manager)
Donna Sloan (executive in charge of production: Lions Gate Films)
Curtis A. Miller (production supervisor: Lionsgate)
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