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  • 1. Collateral 2004 crime thriller film starring Tom Cruise and Jamie Foxx. It was directed by Michael Mann and written by Stuart Beattie.
  • 2. Collateral 2004 • It was Mann's first feature film to be shot mostly with high-definition cameras. • Trailer • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LyAp5jL6 ok
  • 3. Collateral 2004 • Michael Mann chose to use the Viper Film Stream High-Definition Camera to film many of the scenes of Collateral, the first such use in a major motion picture
  • 4. Collateral 2004 • There are many scenes in the movie where the use of a digital camera is evident, in particular, scenes where the Los Angeles skyline or landscape is visible in the background.
  • 5. Collateral 2004 • One event of note was the filming of the coyotes running across the road; the low-light capability allowed Mann to spontaneously film the fox without having to set up lighting for the shot. • Mann would later employ the same camera for the filming of Miami Vice.
  • 6. Collateral 2004 • The sequence in the Korean nightclub was shot in 35mm. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGlUduG2 OJc
  • 7. Collateral 2004 • The film was co-produced by DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures. The former studio would handle North American rights, while the latter held international rights. Upon Paramount's purchase of DreamWorks in 2006, they also acquired the US/Canadian rights. Paramount released the film on Blu-ray on March 30, 2010 (the first Region 1 video release that they distributed, previous releases were distributed by Universal Studios).
  • 8. Collateral 2004 • Upon Paramount's purchase of DreamWorks in 2006, they also acquired the US/Canadian rights. Paramount released the film on Blu-ray on March 30, 2010 (the first Region 1 video release that they distributed, previous releases were distributed by Universal Studios).
  • 9. Collateral 2004 • Collateral sat on DreamWorks development books for three years. • Mimi Leder was initially attached to direct, it then passed on to Janusz Kamioski. • It wasn't until Russell Crowe became interested in playing Vincent that the project started generating any heat.
  • 10. Collateral 2004 • Crowe brought Michael Mann on board, but the constant delays meant that Crowe left the project. Mann immediately went to Tom Cruise with the idea of him playing the hitman and Adam Sandler as the cabbie.
  • 11. Collateral 2004 • Beattie wanted the studio to cast Robert De Niro as Max (once again making him a taxi driver, though the exact opposite of Travis Bickle). However the studio refused, insisting they wanted a younger actor in the role.
  • 12. Collateral 2004 • The film opened August 6, 2004 in 3,188 theaters in the United States and Canada and grossed $24.7 million its opening weekend, ranking number 1 at the box office.[5] •
  • 13. Collateral 2004 • It remained in theaters for 14 weeks and eventually grossed $101,005,703 in the United States and Canada. In other countries it grossed a total of $116,758,588 for a total worldwide gross of $217,764,291.[1]
  • 14. Scenes to analyse • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCA2ZND a-hQ • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZQWu0g DpO4 • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mreIgrIX Q8