Deja Vu


2h 6m 2006

Brief Synopsis

Everyone has experienced the unsettling mystery of déjà vu--that flash of memory when you meet someone new you feel you've known all your life or recognize a place even though you've never been there before. But what if the feelings were actually warnings sent from the past or clues to the future? I

Film Details

Also Known As
Deja Vu (Disney/Bruckheimer/Rossio)
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2006
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 6m

Synopsis

Everyone has experienced the unsettling mystery of déjà vu--that flash of memory when you meet someone new you feel you've known all your life or recognize a place even though you've never been there before. But what if the feelings were actually warnings sent from the past or clues to the future? It is déjà vu that unexpectedly guides ATF agent Doug Carlin through an investigation into a shattering crime. Called in to recover evidence after a bomb sets off a cataclysmic explosion on a New Orleans Ferry, Carlin is about to discover that what most people believe "is only in their heads" is actually something far more powerful--and will lead him on a mind-bending race to save hundreds of innocent people.

Crew

H. Barclay Aaris

Special Effects

Jan H. Aaris

Special Effects

Ray Abbott

Stunts

Nathaniel Acord

Special Effects Technician

Elizabeth Adams

Costumes

Randle Akerson

Sound Effects Editor

Tarik Naim Alherimi

Lighting Technician

Amy Allen

Assistant

Waide Allen

Lighting Technician

Robert Alonzo

Stunts

Alfred Alvarado

Plasterer

Karin Anderson

Script Coordinator

Peter Anderson

Props

Tony Andraus

On-Set Dresser

Carlos Apey

Production

John Arbuckle

Transportation Captain

Olivier Arnesen

Assistant Production Coordinator

Arin Artounian

Graphics

Pierre Ash

Rigging Electrician

Julian Ashby

Art Director

James Ashwill

Foley Mixer

Oscar Austin

Driver

Bob Badami

Music Supervisor

Jennifer S. Badger

Stunts

Dean Bailey

Stunts

Anthony Baldino

Office Production Assistant

Natalie Ballesteros

Office Production Assistant

Kerry Barden

Casting Director

Jeffrey G Barnett

Stunts

Andy Rafael Barrios

Visual Effects

Thomas A Barrios

Camera Assistant

Beverley Barritt

Set Decorator

Dan Barrows

Stunts

Sara Bartkiewicz

Production Secretary

Daryle Bartney

Driver

Stephen Barton

Music

Robin Batherson

Casting

Judith A Bell

Rotoscope Animator

Elissa Bello

Rotoscope Animator

Vanessa Bendetti

Researcher

Christopher Berger

Assistant Director

Howard Berger

Makeup

Kelly Bergougnoux

Visual Effects Supervisor

Barry Berman

3-D Artist

Jerry Bertolami

Dolly Grip

Kristin Bicksler

Assistant Set Decorator

Virgil Bienemy

Driver

Barry Blackman

Rigging Grip

Paul Blanchard

On-Set Dresser

Kai Blomberg

On-Set Dresser

Rob Blue

Visual Effects

Joseph C Bond

Associate Editor

Joseph C Bond

Visual Effects Editor

Nathan Borck

Camera Utility

Beau Borders

Sound Mixer

Paul Borne

Stunts

George Borthwick

Grip

Eric Bouffard

Graphics

Drew Boughton

Art Director

Judith Bouley

Casting

Tony Bracken

Transportation Captain

Cynthia N Braga

Special Effects Technician

Rosemary Brandenburg

Set Decorator

Phil Brennan

Digital Effects

Gail Briant

Painter

Aubrey Bridgewater

Stand-In

Samuel H Brinson

Props

Charlie Brown

Location Assistant

Erik L Brown

Camera Assistant

Glenn Brown

Camera Assistant

Judith Brown

Instructor

Kate Brown

Assistant

Nicholas Brown

Accounting Assistant

Nikki Brown

Production Assistant

Tracy Browne

Accounting Assistant

Manon Browning

Accountant

Jerry Bruckheimer

Producer

Marilyn Brum

Costumer

Steven Bunyea

Special Effects Technician

Richard Buoen

Illustrator

Richard Burden

Stunts

Donald Burdett

Driver

David Burke

Driver

Lew Burnett

Transportation

Christopher Bustard

Extras Agent/Coordinator

David V Butler

Dialogue Editor

Paul Calabria

Animal Trainer

Ed Calderon

Props

Brian Callahan

Key Costumer

Gerard O Callahan

Driver

Erica Callas

Assistant

Tom Callinicos

On-Set Dresser

David Calvert-jones

Helicopter Pilot

Paul A. Cameron

Director Of Photography

Paul A. Cameron

Dp/Cinematographer

Dan Camins

Assistant

Aubrie Campbell

Office Production Assistant

Rick Canelli

Adr

Samantha M. Capps

Costumes

Chip Carey

Lighting Technician

Huey Carroll

Rotoscope Animator

Gail Carroll-coe

Sound

Cleveland Carter

Driver

George J Cazenazette Iii

Advisor

John Cenatiempo

Stunts

Mark Chadwick

Stunts

Skip Chaisson

Consultant

Eric Chambers

Stunts

Denise Chamian

Casting Director

Kathy Chasen-hay

Visual Effects Producer

Kenneth Chauvin

On-Set Dresser

Helen Cheng

Archival Footage

Larry M. Cherry

Hair Stylist

Mike Chiado

Digital Effects

Jim Chizmar

Other

Roger Christian

Song

Toby Chu

Music

Eduard Chugunov

Camera Assistant

Robin Citrin

Location Manager

Ian Clampett

Camera Assistant

Tim Clark

Matte Painter

Jared Clements

Stunts

James Mitchell Clyde

Production

Dave Coffey

Driver

Lucy Coldsnow-smith

Dialogue Editor

Brandi Coleman

Casting Assistant

Mark Coleran

Layout Artist

Gary Combs

Stunts

Gil Combs

Stunts

Gary Compton

Driver

Tony Compton

Driver

Xavier Corby

On-Set Dresser

Danny Cosmo

Stunts

Albert Coto

Driver

Kimberly Shriver Covate

Visual Effects Producer

Monty Cox

Stunts

Thomas Cozza

Driver

Kevin Craig

Driver

John Cucci

Foley

Brian Cucino

Special Effects

Bill Cueto

Rigging Gaffer

Mark Cueto

Best Boy Electric

Kevin Culhane

Animator

Clay Cullen

Stunts

Steve Cummings

Animator

R Blaine Currier

Transportation

Christopher D'arcy

Welder

James D'damery

Accounting Assistant

Lisa Maria Daliet

Location Coordinator

Thomas Dames

Accounting Assistant

Cindy Daniels

Stunts

Max Daniels

Stunt Coordinator

Joshua I. Davis

Lighting Technician

Sandy De Crescent

Music Contractor

Mike Deak

Puppeteer

Mike Deak

Visual Effects Supervisor

Stephanie Decourcey

Assistant

Angela Demo

Casting Associate

Stephen Denes

Driver

Carl Denooyer

On-Set Dresser

Nancy Deren

Set Designer

Justin Derosa

Stunts

Dale Destefani

Construction Coordinator

Amanda Dettrow

Production Manager

Matthew Devitt

Transportation Captain

Fred Deyoe

Props

Alex Diaz

Puppeteer

Alex Diaz

Production

Donald Dibartolo

Driver

Joe Digaetano

Special Effects Technician

Allison Dillard

Assistant Location Manager

Al Disaro

Special Effects Coordinator

Michael Dittmar

Location Assistant

Damon T Doherty

Rigging Grip

Eddy Donno

Stunts

Rob Doolittle

Digital Effects

Teri E. Dorman

Dialogue Editor

Joe Dorn

Adr Editor

Michael Dorner

Accountant

Steven Doss

Welder

John Driscoll

Advisor

Darrell Dubovsky

Driver

Chris Duffy

Rigging Grip

Zack Duhame

Stunts

Clay Duncan

Music

Justin Duncan

Assistant Location Manager

Wiford Dupart

Driver

Gigi Duraire

Construction

Rich E. Cordobes

Special Effects Coordinator

Mark Eads

Driver

Julie Ebel

Costumer

Ken Ebert

Special Effects Foreman

Teresa Eckton

Sound Effects Editor

Stephen Edwards

Rotoscope Animator

William Edwards

Key Costumer

Christopher Ekstrom

Grip

Ted Elliott

Other

Ted Elliott

Executive Producer

Juno J. Ellis

Adr Editor

Michael Endler

Camera Assistant

Film Details

Also Known As
Deja Vu (Disney/Bruckheimer/Rossio)
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2006
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 6m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall November 22, 2006

Released in United States on Video April 24, 2007

Tony Scott had dropped out due to scheduling conflicts when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, however he came back on board once it became clear that the shoot could proceed in The Big Easy.

Literary Sale Date: 06/08/2004

Walt Disney paid several million dollars for the spec written by Terry Rossio and Bill Marsilii.

The first film to shoot in New Orleans post Hurricane Katrina.

Released in United States Fall November 22, 2006

Released in United States on Video April 24, 2007