|Directed by:||Wes Craven|
|Written by:||Kevin Williamson|
|Produced by:||Andrew Rona; Brad Weston; Stuart Besser; David Crockett; Daniel K. Arredondo; Jennifer Breslow; Dixie J. Capp; Marianne Maddalena; Julie Plec; Kevin Williamson|
|Music by:||Marco Beltrami|
|Edited by:||Patrick Lussier|
|Distributed by:||Dimension Films|
|Released:||February 25th, 2005|
|Running time:||97 min.|
|Gross:||$19,294,901 (US) |
Cursed is an American horror film of the werewolf curse subgenre. It was directed by Wes Craven with a script written by Kevin Williamson. It produced by Dimension Films and Craven-Maddalena Films and premiered in the United States on February 25th, 2005. The movie stars Christina Ricci as Ellie Myers, with Jesse Eisenberg as her brother, Jake Myers. It also stars Portia de Rossi as Zela, Joshua Jackson as Jake, Milo Ventimiglia as Bo, and Shannon Elizabeth as Becky. Actor/stuntman Derek Mears donned the fur and fangs for the werewolf scenes, though some creature sequences were also rendered through computer graphic imaging.
|Portia de Rossi||Zela|
|Christina Ricci||Ellie Myers|
|Michelle Krusiec||Nosebleed co-worker|
|Shashawnee Hall||Wrestling coach|
|Egan Friedlander||First bouncer|
|Randolph Le Roi||Randy|
|Brian Boone||Frantic bouncer|
|Gary Dubin||Police officer #1|
|Chris Johnson||Police officer #2|
|Wilmer Calderon||Police officer #3|
|Brett Rickaby||Animal control officer|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Copyright holder: © 2005, Kalis Productions GmbH & Co. Zweite KG.
- Cursed (2005) redirects to this page. This is the original interwiki link to this article.
- The tagline for this film is, "Have you ever felt like you're not human anymore?"
- Produced by Dimension Films, but distributed theatrically in the United States by Dimension and Miramax Films.
- Production on Cursed began on March 17th, 2003. Principal photography concluded in June, 2003 with re-shoots beginning on November 17th, 2003 and ending in April, 2004. 
- Cursed closed out of theaters on May 13th, 2005. It had been in released for a total of seventy-seven days (11 weeks). 
- At its widest release, Cursed was screened in 2,805 movie theaters. 
- The uncut/unrated version of Cursed was released on DVD in Region 1 format on June 21st, 2005.  It was also included a on a Miramax Double Feature Blu-ray along with They.
- Director Wes Craven is also known for directing The Hills Have Eyes in 1977, A Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984 and the Scream film series beginning in 1996.
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