Alita: Battle Angel (live-action movie)

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Alternative title:
Alita - Angelo della battaglia (Italian)
Alita: Ángel de combate (Spanish)
Alita: Anjo de Combate (Portuguese)
Battle Angel: La Última Guerrera (Spanish)
Алита: Боевой ангел (Russian)
アリータ: バトル・エンジェル (Japanese)
艾莉塔:戰鬥天使 (Chinese (Taiwan))
阿丽塔:战斗天使 (Chinese (PRC))
알리타: 배틀 엔젤 (Korean)
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: The year is 2356, three hundred years after the catastrophic war known as "The Fall". In the junk metropolis of Iron City, Dr. Dyson Ido discovers a disembodied female cyborg with an intact human brain. He rebuilds the cyborg and names her "Alita". As Alita struggles to remember her past life, she discovers that she has hidden fighting techniques within her and decides to follow Ido's footsteps as a hunter-warrior.
Vintage: 2019-01-31
Premiere date:
2019-01-31 (USA - Sneak preview)
2019-02-05 (South Korea/Hong Kong/Taiwan/Singapore/Malaysia/Indonesia)
2019-02-05 (Spain/Sweden)
2019-02-06 (UK/Ireland/Philippines)
2019-02-07 (Georgia)
2019-02-08 (Belgium/France/Norway/India)
2019-02-13 (Thailand)
2019-02-14 (USA and global except where indicated)
2019-02-15 (Bulgaria/Estonia/Lithuania/Romania/Turkey)
2019-02-22 (Japan/China)
Release dates: We have 1
Ending Theme:
"Swan Song" by Dua Lipa
Trivia: We have 10
James Cameron and Twentieth Century Fox held the film rights to Battle Angel Alita since 1999 - with Fox registering several website domain names related to the title as early as 2000, 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.
With a worldwide earning of over US$400 million and a Rotten Tomatoes approval rating of 60%, Alita: Battle Angel is the highest grossing and highest rated live-action adaptation of an anime or manga by the western film industry.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Original creator: Yukito Kishiro
Satoshi Tsuruoka as Vector
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Dr. Dyson Ido

Chie Nakamura as Nurse Gerhad
Hiroshi Kamiya as Zapan
Junya Enoki as Tanji
Kaori Yamagata as Chiren
Masafumi Kimura as Grewishka

Arisa Shida as Nyssiana
Ichirō Furutachi as Motorball Announcer
Ken Uo as McTeague
Setsuji Satoh as Romo
Shouhei Fuji as Master Clive Lee
Takako Honda as Gelda
Takanori Hoshino as Jashugan
Tomo Muranaka as Koyomi
Tooru Sakurai as Kinuba
Japanese companies
Distributor: 20th Century Fox Japan
English staff
English cast
Director: Robert Rodriguez
Director of Photography:
Bill Pope
Vince Pace (Second Unit)
Executive producer: David Valdes
Production Design: Martin Laing
Production Executive: Emma Watts
Theme Song Performance: Dua Lipa (ED)
Visual Effects:
Leonard Barrit (modeler)
Robert Legato (engineer)
Christoph Waltz as Dr. Dyson Ido
Keean Johnson as Hugo
Mahershala Ali as Vector
Rosa Salazar as Alita

Ed Skrein as Zapan
Edward Norton as Nova
Idara Victor as Nurse Gerhad
Jackie Earle Haley as Grewishka
Jennifer Connelly as Chiren

Casper Van Dien as Amok
David Sobolov as Centurion (voice)
Derek Mears as Romo
Elle LaMont as Screwhead
Elza González as Nyssiana
Gregg Berger as Deckman
Jai Courtney as Jashugan
Jeff Bottoms as Motorball Announcer
Jeff Fahey as McTeague
Lana Condor as Koyomi
Leonard Wu as Kinuba
Marko Zaror as Ajakutty
Rick Yune as Master Clive Lee
English companies
French staff
French cast
Adaptation: Dave Richard (Quebec)
Voice Direction: Maël Davan-Soulas (Quebec)
Alexandre Bacon as Hugo (Quebec)
Antoine Ferey as Hugo (France)
Daniel Picard as Vector (Quebec)
Eilias Changuel as Vector (France)
Jacques Lavallée as Dr. Dyson Ido (Quebec)
Magalie Lépine-Blondeau as Alita (Quebec)
Pierre-François Pistorio as Dr Dyson Ido (France)
Rebecca Benhamour as Alita (France)

Astrid Bayiha as Nurse Gerhad (France)
Christian Perrault as Zapan (Quebec)
Frédéric Souterelle as Grewishka (France)
Marc Arnaud as Zapan (France)
Marika Lhoumeau as Chiren (Quebec)
Odile Cohen as Chiren (France)
Oscar Douieb as Tanji (France)
Sylvain Hétu as Grewishka (Quebec)

Boris Rehlinger as Romo (France)
Charlotte Duran as Koyomi (France)
Claire Morin as Nyssiana (France)
Géraldine Asselin as Gelda (France)
Nicolas Hardy as Master Clive Lee (France)
Patrick Raynal as McTeague (France)
French companies
ADR Production: Cinélume (Quebec)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
ADR Director:
Gonzalo Abril (Spain dub)
Jose Antonio Macias
ADR Script:
Gonzalo Abril (Spain dub)
Jesús Vallejo
Executive producer: Roberto Granados
ADR Engineer: Oriol Nadal (Spain dub)
Dialogue Editing: Antonio Hernandez
Executive Director: Charles Barthe
Mix Engineer: Alberto Ovejero (Spain dub)
Screen Inserts: Jose Antonio Macias
Armando Coria as Dr. Dyson Ido
Cecilia Gómez as Alita
Cristal Barreyro as Alita (Spain dub)
Jorge Badillo as Vector
Marc Gómez as Hugo (Spain dub)
Pep Antón Muñoz as Dr. Dyson Ido (Spain dub)
Roberto Encinas as Vector (Spain dub)

Dan Osorio as Grewishka
Erica Edwards as Chiren
Fernanda Robles as Gerhad
Irwin Daayan as Zapan
Jordi Royo as Grewishka (Spain dub)
Laura Monedero as Nurse Gerhad (Spain dub)
Nuria Mediavilla as Chiren (Spain dub)
Pascual Meza as Tanji
Rodri Martín as Tanji (Spain dub)
Toni Mora as Zapan (Spain dub)

Alfonso Vallés as McTeague (Spain dub)
Carla Cerda as Nyssiana
Gonzalo Abril as Romo (Spain dub)
Idzi Dutkiewicz as Jashugan
Jordi Boixaderas as Jashugan (Spain dub)
Juan Carlos Gustems as Motorball Announcer (Spain dub)
Marina García Guevara as Nyssiana (Spain dub)
Montserrat Aguilar as Koyomi
Raul Anaya as McTeague
Reyna Lopez as Gelda

Luis Torrelles (Spain dub)
Spanish companies
Cine Colombia (Colombia)
Cinemark (Colombia)
Fox Film de la Argentina
Life Films (Paraguay; Uruguay)
SBP (Argentina; DVD)
Dubbing Studio:
Deluxe (Spain dub)
Laboprime (Latin American dub)
Licensed by: Twentieth Century Fox
Sound Post-Production: Deluxe (Latin American dub)
Theatrical Distribution:
Cine Colombia (Colombia)
Cinemark (Colombia)
Theatrical Releaser:
Cine Colombia (Colombia)
Cinemark (Colombia | Theatrical)
Cinépolis (Colombia)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Fiamma Izzo
Executive producer: Rosetta Fortezza

Dialogues: Fiamma Izzo
Dubbing Assistant: Simona Romeo
Dubbing Engineer: Stefano Nissolino
Mixing: Claudio Toselli
Italian companies
Distributor: 20th Century Fox
German staff
German cast
Christoph Waltz as Dr. Dyson Ido
Torben Liebrecht as Vector

Alexandra Wilcke as Chiren
Kaze Uzumaki as Tanji
Leonhard Mahlich as Zapan
Mia Diekow as Nurse Gerhad
Tilo Schmitz as Grewishka

Axel Lutter as McTeague
Lara Trautmann as Gelda
Lena Schmidtke as Koyomi
Martin Kautz as Jashugan
Milton Welsh as Romo
Robert Glatzeder as Kinuba
German companies
Polish staff
Polish cast
Dubbing Director: Leszek Zduń
Translation: Arleta Walczak

Dialogues: Joanna Kuryłko
Organization Of Production: Agnieszka Kudelska
Polish companies
Dubbing: Studio Sonica
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Dubbing Director: Manolo Rey (Brazil)
Executive producer: Carlos de La Riva

Recording engineer: Gustavo Andriewiski
Screen Inserts: Luiz Feier Motta
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: Rede Telecine
Dubbing Studio: Delart (Brazil)

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