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|The Wicker Man|
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|Title||The Wicker Man|
|Directed by||Neil LaBute|
|Written by||Neil LaBute|
|Produced by||Danny Dimbort; George Furla; Josef Lautenschlager; Elisa Salinas; JoAnne Sellar; Trevor Short; Andreas Thiesmeyer; Jochen Kamlah; Nicholas Cage; Boaz Davidson; Randall Emmett; Norman Golightly; Avi Lerner; John Thompson; Simon Franks; Manfred D. Heid; Zygi Kamasa; Gerd Koechlin; Shawn Williamson|
|Music by||Angelo Badalamenti|
|Edited by||Joel Plotch|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.; Lions Gate Entertainment; Sony Pictures Entertainment; Nu Image Films|
|Release date(s)||September 1st, 2006|
|Running time||102 min.|
|Gross revenue|| $23,643,531 (US) |
$38,755,073 (Worldwide) 
The Wicker Man is an American horror film involving the sub-genres of the occult and secret societies. It was written and directed by Neil LaBute and is a remake of Robin Hardy's 1973 thriller The Wicker Man. The film was produced by Warner Bros. and stars Nicholas Cage in the role of Edward Malus.
|Nicholas Cage||Edward Malus|
|Ellen Burstyn||Sister SummerIsle|
|Kate Beahan||Sister Willow Woodward|
|Frances Conroy||Doctor T.H. Moss|
|Molly Parker||Sister Rose/Sister Thorn|
|Leelee Sobieski||Sister Honey|
|Diane Delano||Sister Beach|
|Michael Wiseman||Officer Pete|
|Erika Shaye Gair||Rowan Woodward|
|Christa Campbell||Truck stop waitress|
|Emily Holmes||Station wagon mom|
|Zemphira Gosling||Station wagon girl|
|Matthew Walker||Sea plane pilot|
|Mary Black||Sister Oak|
|Christine Willes||Sister Violet|
|Xantha Radley||Village sister #1|
|Tania Saulnier||Attendant #1|
|Anna Van Hooft||Attendant #2|
|Moraea Bieber||School girl #1|
|Jayda Bieber||School girl #2|
|Talia Ranger||School girl #3|
|Kendall Cross||Female cop|
|Simon Longmore||Village male #1|
|Andre Danyliu||Village male #2|
|Jacqueline Robbins||Blind twin #1|
|Joyce Robbins||Blind twin #2|
|Aaron Eckhart||Truck stop patron|
|James Franco||Bar guy #1|
|Jason Ritter||Bar guy #2|
|Monique Ganderton||Rams Horn woman|
|George A. Murphy||Head villager|
|Tali Rogers||Attendant #5|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Production on The Wicker Man began on July 28th, 2005. Principal photography concluded on September 30th, 2005. The movie was filmed in Los Angeles, California and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
- The Wicker Man is director Neil LaBute's first work in the horror genre.
- Monique Ganderton, who makes an uncredited appearance as a Rams Horn woman, also worked as Leelee Sobieski's stunt double on the film.
External Links Edit
- The Wicker Man at Wikipedia
- The Wicker Man at AllRovi.com
- The Wicker Man at Box Office Mojo
- The Wicker Man at Rotten Tomatoes
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