Alita: Battle Angel (live-action movie)

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Alternative title:
Alita - Angelo della battaglia (Italian)
Alita: Ángel de combate (Spanish)
Battle Angel: La Última Guerrera (Spanish)
アリータ: バトル・エンジェル (Japanese)
艾莉塔:戰鬥天使 (Chinese (Taiwan))
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: The people and cyborgs of the Scrap Yard live beneath the flying city of Tiphares, whose inhabitants dump their junk in the Scrap Yard and rules above it's inhabitants. One day doc Ido, a former Tipharean citizen, finds the intact head of young cyborg-girl in a vast pile of scrap. He takes her in and gives her a body and the name Alita. Alita then discovers since long forgotten fighting techniques hidden in her body and decides to become a hunter-warrior like Ido. (from manga)
Vintage: 2018-12-20
Premiere date:
2018-12-20 (Taiwan)
2019-02-14 (Colombia)
2019-02-14 (Italy)
2019-02-14 (USA)
Official website:
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James Cameron has held the film rights to Battle Angel since the early 2000s, but the live-action adaptation was put on indefinite hold due to his commitment to the 2009 film Avatar and its upcoming sequels. In 2015, production proceeded after Robert Rodriguez was announced as the film's director.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Japanese companies
English staff
English cast
Director: Robert Rodriguez
Original Manga: Yukito Kishiro
Director of Photography: Vince Pace (Second Unit)
Executive producer: David Valdes
Production Design: Martin Laing
Production Executive: Emma Watts
Visual Effects:
Leonard Barrit (modeler)
Robert Legato (engineer)
Christoph Waltz as Dr. Dyson Ido
Keean Johnson as Hugo
Rosa Salazar as Alita

Ed Skrein as Zapan
Elza González as Nyssiana
Jennifer Connelly as Chiren
Lana Condor as Koyomi
Leonard Wu as Kinuba
Mahershala Ali as Vector
Marko Zaror as Ajakutty

Casper Van Dien as Amok
Idara Victor as Nurse Gerhad

English companies
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Cinemark (Colombia)
Fox Film de la Argentina
Licensed by: Twentieth Century Fox
Theatrical Distribution: Cinemark (Colombia)
Theatrical Releaser: Cinemark (Colombia | Theatrical)
Spanish cast
Italian staff
Italian companies
Distributor: 20th Century Fox
Italian cast

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