The movie "2012" from Columbia Pictures stars John Cusack, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Amanda Peet, Oliver Platt, Thandie Newton, with Danny Glover and Woody Harrelson. "2012" is directed by Roland Emmerich, and produced by Harald Kloser, Mark Gordon, and Larry Franco.

Unbeknownst to its billions of inhabitants, the Earth has an expiration date. Thanks to the warnings of an American scientist (Chiwetel Ejiofor), world leaders begin secret preparations for the survival of select members of society. When the global cataclysm finally occurs, failed writer Jackson Curtis (John Cusack) tries to lead his family to safety as the world literally falls apart around them.

Centuries ago, the Mayans left us their calendar, with a clear end date and all that it implies. Since then, astrologists have discovered it, numerologists have found patterns that predict it, geologists say the earth is overdue for it, and even government scientists cannot deny the cataclysm of epic proportions that awaits the earth in 2012. A prophecy that began with the Mayans has now been well-chronicled, discussed, taken apart and examined. By 2012, we'll know—we were warned.

"2012" is a Centropolis production. The film is written by Harald Kloser & Roland Emmerich. Executive producers are Roland Emmerich, Ute Emmerich, and Michael Wimer. Director of Photography is Dean Semler ACS ASC. Production Designer is Barry Chusid. Edited by David Brenner, A.C.E. and Peter S. Elliot. Costume Designer is Shay Cunliffe. Co-Producers are Volker Engel and Marc Weigert. Music is by Harald Kloser and Thomas Wander.


Genre: Action
Runtime: 158 mins.
Release Date: November 13, 2009
Tagline: We were warned.
Country: USA, Canada
Distributor: Columbia Pictures
Production Companies:
Centropolis Entertainment
The Bridge Studios
Farewell Productions
The Mark Gordon Company

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