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War of the Worlds (2005 film) For the Byron Haskin film see The War of the Worlds 1953 film Darker Than Black Volume 6 For other films released in 2005 see H G Wells The War of the Worlds Timothy Hines film and H G Wells War of the Worlds David Michael Latt film War of the Worlds is a 2005 American science fiction thriller film directed by Steven Spielberg and written by Josh Friedman and David Koepp loosely based on the novel of the same title by H G Wells It stars Tom Cruise Dakota Fanning Justin Chatwin Miranda Otto and Tim Robbins with narration by Morgan Freeman In the film an American dock worker is forced to look after his children from whom he lives separately as he struggles to protect them and reunite them with their mother when extraterrestrials invade the Earth and devastate cities with towering war machines The film was shot in 73 days using five different sound stages as well as locations in California Connecticut New Jersey New York and Virginia The film was surrounded by a secrecy campaign so few details would be leaked before its release Tiein promotions were made with several companies including Hitachi The film was released in the United States on June 29 and in United Kingdom on July 1 War of the Worlds was a box office success and became 2005s fourth most successful film both domestically with 234 million in North America and 591 million overall Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 3 1 Development 3 2 Filming 3 3 Design and visual effects 3 4 Music 3 5 Themes 4 Release 4 1 Secrecy 4 2 Marketing and home media releases 5 Reception 5 1 Box office 5 2 Critical reaction 5 3 Accolades 6 See also 7 References 8 External links A narrator explains how humans were unaware that a race of extraterrestrials was making plans to occupy Earth Ray Ferrier is a divorced crane operator longshoreman who works at a dock in Brooklyn New York and lives in Bayonne New Jersey Ray is estranged from his children His former wife Mary Ann later drops off the children 10yearold daughter Rachel and teenage son Robbie at Rays house on her way to visit her parents in Boston Unexplained changes in the weather occur including lightning that strikes multiple times in the middle of an intersection and disrupts all electricity Ray joins the crowd at the scene of the lightning strikes and witnesses a massive Tripod war machine emerge from the ground and use alien weaponry to disintegrate most of the witnesses turning them to a grey dust and leaving only their empty clothes behind Ray collects his children steals a car and drives to Mary Anns home in suburban New Jersey to take refuge The next morning he discovers that a Boeing 747 has crashed in the street A news team scavenging for food while surveying the wreckage explain that there are multiple Tripods that have attacked major cities including New York City Paris Washington D C and London and have force shields to protect them from human weapons They also explain that the lightning was how the aliens were able to enter the Tripods Ray decides to take the kids to Boston to be with their mother The three are forced to abandon the stolen car after a mob takes it by force They later survive a Tripod attack which causes a Hudson River ferry to sink During a desperate battle between U S Marines and the aliens Ray is forced to choose between being separated from Rachel and preventing Robbie from joining the fight he lets Robbie go with the Marines who are overwhelmed While escaping Ray and Rachel are offered shelter by Harlan Ogilvy who presumes that the aliens had buried their technology on Earth millions of years ago and has delusions that they can fight against the aliens themselves by observing their operations as they are right next to their camp The three remain undetected for two days even as a probe and a group of the aliens themselves explore the basement Strange redcolored alien vegetation is quickly growing covering trees and spreading into the basement The next morning Ogilvy suffers a mental breakdown while witnessing a Tripod harvesting human blood and tissue to fertilize the alien vegetation Convinced that Ogilvys mad shouting jeopardizes his daughters life Ray reluctantly kills him The basement hideout is exposed when a second probe catches them sleeping Rachel is soon abducted by a nearby Tripod Ray allows himself to be abducted and is placed in the same cage with Rachel and a number of other prisoners As the aliens select him for harvesting Ray takes a belt of grenades into the machine having pulled out the pins The Tripod is destroyed and releases the cage with Ray and Rachel and the other prisoners making it out alive Ray and Rachel arrive in a devastated Boston where the alien vegetation is dying and most of the Tripods have collapsed Ray notices birds landing on an active Tripod indicating that its shields are off Ray alerts the soldiers escorting his refugee group and they shoot it down with Javelin launchers As the soldiers advance on the downed Tripod a hatch opens releasing a liquid a sickly alien struggles halfway out and then dies immediately Ray and Rachel reach Mary Anns parents house where they are reunited with Mary Ann and Robbie The closing narration reveals that the aliens were immune to mans machines but they and their vegetation were not immune to the microbes present on Earth and that From the moment the invaders arrived breathed our air ate and drank they were doomed They were undone destroyed after all of mans weapons and devices had failed by the tiniest creatures that God in his wisdom put upon this earth By the toll of a billion deaths man had earned his immunity his right to survive among this planets infinite organisms And that right is ours against all challenges For neither do men live nor die in vain Tom Cruise and Dakota Fanning portray the two main characters of the film Tom Cruise as Ray Ferrier Dakota Fanning as Rachel Ferrier Justin Chatwin as Robbie Ferrier Miranda Otto as Mary Ann Ferrier Tim Robbins as Harlan Ogilvy Rick Gonzalez as Vincent Yul Vázquez as Julio Lenny Venito as Manny the Mechanic Lisa Ann Walter as Cheryl Ann Robinson as Grandmother played lead role of Sylvia van Buren in the 1953 film Gene Barry as Grandfather played lead role of Dr Clayton Forrester in the 1953 film David Alan Basche as Tim Roz Abrams as Herself Camillia Sanes as News Producer Amy Ryan as Neighbor with Toddler Danny Hoch as Policeman Morgan Freeman as the Narrator voice Channing Tatum as Boy in Church Scene uncredited Dee Bradley Baker as Alien Vocals uncredited Columbus Short as Soldier uncredited Productionedit Developmentedit After collaborating in 2002s Minority Report Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise were interested in working together again Spielberg stated about Cruise Hes such an intelligent creative partner and brings such great ideas to the set that we just spark each other I love working with Tom Cruise 2 Cruise met with Spielberg during the filming of Spielbergs Catch Me If You Can 2002 and gave three options of films to create together one of them being an adaptation of The War of the Worlds 2 Spielberg chose The War of the Worlds and stated We looked at each other and the lights went on As soon as I heard it I said Oh my God War of the Worlds – absolutely That was it 2 The film is Spielbergs third on the subject of alien visitation along with Close Encounters of the Third Kind and E T the ExtraTerrestrial Producer and longtime collaborator Kathleen Kennedy notes that with War of the Worlds Spielberg had the opportunity to explore the antithesis of the characters brought to life in E T and Close Encounters of the Third Kind When we first started developing E T it was a much edgier darker story and it actually evolved into something that was more benign I think that the edgier darker story has always been somewhere inside him Now hes telling that story 2 Spielberg stated that he just thought it would be fun to make a really scary film with really scary aliens something which he had never done before 23 Spielberg was intent on telling a contemporary story with Kennedy stating the story was created as a fantasy but depicted in a hyperrealistic way 2 For the first time in my life Im making an alien picture where there is no love and no attempt at communication – Steven Spielberg4 J J Abrams was asked by Spielberg and Cruise to write the script but had to turn down the film as he was working on the pilot for his television series Lost 5Josh Friedman delivered a screenplay which was then rewritten by David Koepp 67 After rereading the novel Koepp decided to do the script following a single narrator a very limited point of view from someone on the very periphery of events rather than someone involved in events and created a list of elements he would not use due to being cliché such as the destruction of landmark buildings Some aspects of the book were heavily adapted and condensed Tim Robbins character was an amalgam of two characters in the book with the name borrowed from a third While changing the setting from 19th century to present day Koepp also tried to take the modern world back to the 1800s with the characters being devoid of electricity and modern techniques of communication 8 Spielberg accepted the script after finding it had several similarities to his personal life including the divorce of his parents Ray and Mary Anns divorce and because the plight of the fictional survivors reflects his own uncertainty after the devastation of the September 11 attacks 3 For Spielberg the characters stories of survival needed to be the main focus as they featured the American mindset of never giving up 3 Spielberg described War of the Worlds as a polar opposite to Close Encounters with that movie featuring a man leaving family to travel with aliens while War of the Worlds focused on keeping the family together 3 At the same time the aliens and their motivations would not be much explored as we just experience the results of these nefarious plans to replace us with themselves 9 Although accepting the script Spielberg asked for several changes Spielberg had been against the idea of the aliens arriving in spaceships since every alien invasion movie used such a vehicle 7 The original Martian cylinders were discarded where Spielberg replaced the origins of the Tripods with stating they were buried underground in the Earth long ago 47 Spielberg had Miranda Otto in mind for the part of Mary Ann but at the time he called her she was pregnant and thought the opportunity would be missed Spielberg then decided to incorporate Ottos pregnancy into the film changing the part for her Lawrence Brown wrote Spielbergs decision to present the invaders fighting machines as having been there all along buried deep under the Earth raises questions which did not exist in the original Wells book In Spielbergs version these invaders had been here before long ago in prehistoric times They had set up their machines deep underground and departed Why Why not take over the Earth right there and then Spielberg does not provide an answer and the characters are too busy surviving to wonder about this An answer suggests itself a very chilling answer The invaders were interested in humans as food animals When they came here before humans were very scarce The aliens left their hidden machines and departed patiently observing the Earth until humans would multiply to the requisite numbers and then they came back to take over Under this interpretation all of us all humans over the whole of history have been livestock living in an alien food farm destined to be harvested 10 Filmingedit Destroyed Boeing 747 used on the War of the Worlds set Currently visitors can view the destroyed airliner set during the Universal Studios Hollywoods Studio Tour Filming took place in Virginia Connecticut New Jersey California and New York The film shooting lasted an estimated 72 days 11 Spielberg originally intended to shoot War of the Worlds after Munich but Tom Cruise liked David Koepps script so much that he suggested Spielberg postpone the former while he would do the same with Mission Impossible III Most of Munichs crew was brought in to work on War of the Worlds as well 4 In 2004 the production crews quickly were set up on both coasts to prepare for the start date scouting locations up and down the Eastern Seaboard and preparing stages and sets which would be used when the company returned to Los Angeles after the winter holiday Preproduction took place in only three months essentially half the amount of time normally allotted for a film of similar size and scope Spielberg notes however This wasnt a cram course for War of the Worlds This was my longest schedule in about 12 years We took our time 2 Spielberg collaborated with crews at the beginning of preproduction with the use of previsualization considering the tight schedule 11 The scene depicting the first appearance of the Tripods was filmed at the intersection of Ferry Street Merchart Street and Wilson Avenue in Newark New Jersey 12 Later Spielberg filmed several scenes in Virginia 13 The continuous scene was filmed in California 14 The ferry scene was filmed in the New York town of Athens and Mary Anns parents house was located in Brooklyn but was featured in the film in Boston 2 For the neighborhood plane crash scene the production crew bought a retired Boeing 747 with transportation costs of 2 million15 destroyed it into pieces and built houses around them 2 The destroyed plane was kept for the Universal Studios backlot tour 15 Rays house was filmed in Bayonne New Jersey with a soundstage doubling the interior meanwhile the valley war sequence was filmed in Lexington Virginia and Mystery Mesa in California The scene where the tripod is shot down and crashes through a factory was filmed in Naugatuck Connecticut at the since dismantled Naugatuck Chemical The scene of the bodies floating down the river was filmed on the Farmington River in Windsor Connecticut by a second unit using a stand in for Dakota Fanning the back of her character with the portion showing the faces of the credited actors cut in later Some filming was shot on the Korean War Veterans Parkway in Staten Island NY 216 The film used six sound stages spread over three studio lots 2 Design and visual effectsedit Industrial Light & Magic was the main special effects company for the movie 17 While Spielberg had used computers to help visualize sequences in preproduction before Spielberg said This is the first film I really tackled using the computer to animate all the storyboards 2 He decided to employ the technique extensively after a visit to his friend George Lucas 217 In order to keep the realism the usage of computergenerated imagery shots and bluescreen was limited with most of the digital effects being blended with miniature and liveaction footage 18 The design of the Tripods was described by Spielberg as graceful with artist Doug Chiang replicating aquatic life forms 18 At the same time the director wanted a design that would be iconic while still providing a tribute to the original Tripods as well as intimidating so the audience would not be more interested about the aliens inside than on the vehicle itself 9 The visual effects crew tried to blend organic and mechanical elements in the Tripods depiction and made extensive studies for the movements of the vehicle to be believable considering the contradiction of having a large tanklike head being carried by thin and flexible legs 19 Animator Randal M Dutra considered the movements themselves to have a terrestrial buoyance in that they were walking on land but had an aquatic flow and Spielberg described the Tripods as moving like scary ballet dancers Most of the alien elements revolved around the number three – the Tripod had three eyes and both the vehicle and the aliens had three main limbs with three fingers each 9 Visual effects supervisor Pablo Helman considered depicting the scale of the Tripod as challenging considering Steven wanted to make sure that these creatures were 150 feet tall18 as it was the height described by Wells in the novel 9 The aliens themselves had designs based on jellyfish with movements inspired by redeyed tree frogs19 and an amphibian quality particularly on the wet skin A styrofoam alien was used as a standin to guide the actors in the basement scene 9 Spielberg did not want any blood or gore during the HeatRay deaths in the words of Helman this was going to be a horror movie for kids So the effects crew came up with the vaporization of the bodies and considering it could not be fully digital due to both the complexity of the effect and the schedule liveaction dust was used alongside the CGI ray assimilation and particles 18 Digital birds followed the Tripods in most scenes to symbolize the presence of death which Chiang compared to vultures and added that you dont know if these birds are going to the danger or away from it if you should follow them or run away 9 During the scene where Rays stolen minivan is attacked by a mob Janusz Kaminski and Spielberg wanted a lot of interactive lights so they added different kinds of lights including Coleman lamps oil lanterns flashlights and Maglights 2 The IL&M crew admitted that the destruction of the Bayonne Bridge was the toughest scene to be made with heavy usage mix of CGI effects and live action elements20 and a fourweek deadline so the shot could be used in a Super Bowl trailer 18 The scene originally had only a gas station exploding but then Spielberg suggested blowing up the bridge as well 18 The scene involved Tripods shooting a HeatRay towards the minivan and minivan escapes from it involved a lot of CGI layers to work out Over 500 CGI effects were used in the film 21 Costume designer Joanna Johnston created 60 different versions of Rays leather jacket to illustrate the degrees to which he is weathered from the beginning of the journey to the end He begins with the jacket a hoodie and two tshirts explains Johnston One piece of Dakota Fannings costume that takes on a special importance is her lavender horse purse I wanted her to have something that made her feel safe some little thing that she could sleep with and put over her face Johnston notes That was the lavender horse purse We tied it up on a ribbon and Dakota hung it on her body so it was with her at all times Johnston dressed Robbie for an unconscious emulation of his father Theyre more alike than they realize with great tension on the surface Johnston says 2 Musicedit Longtime Spielberg collaborator John Williams composed the music score of War of the Worlds It was the first time Williams had to compose with an incomplete Spielberg film as only the first six reels totalling sixty minutes were ready for him to use as reference 23 He considered the score a very serious piece which had to combine necessary frightening atmosphere with propulsively rhythmic drive for the action scenes –24 the music would be symbolically pulling forward vehicles in chase scenes such as Ray driving out of Bayonne or the Tripod attacking the Hudson ferry Williams added small nods to classic monster movie scores by having orchestras doing a grand gesture in scenes overlooking Tripods To increase the scariness Williams added a female chorus with a crescendo resembling a shriek – which would humanize the track representing victims that go out without saying an ouch – theyre gone before they can say that – for the Tripod attacks and a nearly inaudible male choir – which Williams compared to Tibetan monks the lowest known pitch our bodies can make – for the aliens exploring the basement The only deviation from orchestras were electronic sounds for the opening and closing narrations 23 A soundtrack album was released by Decca Records that featured the films music and Morgan Freemans opening and closing narration 2526 The songs Little Deuce Coupe and Hushabye Mountain are also featured in the movie the former sung by Tom Cruise and the latter by Dakota Fanning 2728 1 Prologue 252 2 The Ferry Scene 549 3 Reaching the Country 324 4 The Intersection Scene 413 5 Ray and Rachel 241 6 Escape from the City 349 7 Probing the Basement 412 8 Refugee Status 350 9 The Attack on the Car 244 10 The Separation of the Family 236 11 The Confrontation with Ogilvy 434 12 The Return to Boston 429 13 Escape from the Basket 921 14 The Reunion 316 15 Epilogue 311 Total length 6101 Themesedit The film was described as an antiwar film as civilians run and only try to save themselves and their family instead of fighting back against the alien Tripods 29Debra J Saunders of San Francisco Chronicle described the film as If aliens invade dont fight back Run Saunders compared the film to Independence Day where the civilians do run but they support the military efforts 29 Many reviewers considered the film tried to recreate the atmosphere of the September 11 attacks with bystanders struggling to survive and the usage of missingpersons displays 30 Spielberg declared to Readers Digest that beside the work being a fantasy the threat represented was real They are a wakeup call to face our fears as we confront a force intent on destroying our way of life 31 Screenwriter David Koepp stated that he tried not to put explicit references to September 11 or the Iraq War but said that the inspiration for the scene where Robbie joins the Marines was teenagers fighting in the Gaza Strip – I was thinking of teenagers in Gaza throwing bottles and rocks at tanks and I think that when youre that age you dont fully consider the ramifications of what youre doing and youre very much caught up in the moment and passion whether thats a good idea or not 8 Retained from the novel is the aliens being defeated not by mens weapons but the planets smallest creatures bacteria which Koepp described as nature in a way knowing a whole lot more than we do 9 Releaseedit War of the Worlds premiered at the Ziegfeld Theatre on June 23 2005 There Tom Cruise revealed his relationship with Katie Holmes 32 Six days later on June 29 the film was released in approximately 3908 theaters across America 1 The home video was subsequently released on November 22 2005 Secrecyedit Spielberg kept most of the parts secret in the filmmaking as the cast and crew were left confused about how the aliens looked 33 When asked about the secrecy of the screenplay David Koepp answered Spielberg wouldnt give the screenplay to anybody Koepp explained he would email it to him and he would give a section of the script that was relating to whatever somebody was doing 33Miranda Otto thought of not even discussing the story with her family and friends Otto said I know some people who always say Oh everythings so secret I think its good In the old days people didnt get to know much about movies before they came out and nowadays theres just so much information I think a bit of mystery is always really good You dont want to blow all of your cards beforehand 34 Spielberg admitted after keeping things secret for so long there is in the end the temptation to reveal too much to the detriment of the story at the press conference of War of the Worlds So Spielberg only revealed the hill scene where Ray tries to stop his son from leaving stating to say more would reveal too much 35 The secrecy caused The Sun to claim the film would surpass Titanics US 200 million budget which at the time held the record for the most expensive film ever made 36 The actual budget of the film was 132 million 137 According to Vanity Fair Spielbergs relations with Cruise were poor during the films release because Spielberg believed Cruises antics at the time such as an erratic appearance on the Oprah Winfrey show had hurt the film 38 Marketing and home media releasesedit Paramount Pictures Interactive Marketing debuted a human survival online game on its official website waroftheworlds com on April 14 to promote the film 39Hitachi collaborated with Paramount Pictures for a worldwide promotional campaign under the title of “The Ultimate Visual Experience” The agreement was announced by Kazuhiro Tachibana general manager of Hitachi’s Consumer Business Group 40 Kazuhiro stated Our ‘The Ultimate Visual Experience’ campaign is a perfect match between Spielberg and Cruise’s pursuit of the world’s best in film entertainment and Hitachi’s commitment to the highest picture quality through its digital consumer electronic products 40 The film was released on VHS and DVD on November 22 2005 with both a singledisc edition and a twodisc special edition featured production featurettes documentaries and trailers 41 The film grossed 113000000 in DVD sales bringing its total film gross to 704745540 ranking tenth place in the 2005 DVD sales chart 42 Paramount released the film on Bluray Disc on June 1 2010 Receptionedit Box officeedit On June 29 2005 20050629 the film grossed approximately US81 million worldwide43 and earned the thirtyeighth biggest opening week gross with grossing 98826764 in 3908 theatres averaging 25288 in each theater 44 Meanwhile on Independence Day weekend War of the Worlds grossed 64878725 in 3908 theatres also giving an average of 16601 45 This is the thirdbiggest film opening on Independence Day weekend 46 The film earned 200 million in 24 days ranking thirtyseventh place in the list of fastest films to gross 200 million 47 The film has grossed 704745540 including DVD sales1 making it the fourth highest grossing film of 2005 and the 66th highest grossing film worldwide 4849 Critical reactionedit The film received generally positive reviews from critics Review aggregator website Metacritic gave the film an average score of 73 based on 40 reviews Rotten Tomatoes gives War of the Worlds a 74 fresh rating based on 251 reviews and the critical consensus Steven Spielbergs adaptation of War of the Worlds delivers on the thrill and paranoia of H G Wells classic novel while impressively updating the action and effects for modern audiences 51 Many people praised the films beginning while criticizing the ending James Berardinelli praised the acting and considered that focusing the narrative on the struggle of one character made the film more effective but described the ending as weak even though Spielberg does the best he can to make it cinematically dramatic 52Total Films review gave War of the Worlds 4 out of 5 stars considering that Spielberg finds fresh juice in a tale already adapted for film TV stage radio and record and describing the film as having many startling images comparing the first Tripod attack to the Omaha Beach landing from Saving Private Ryan 53 Los Angeles Times Kenneth Turan who felt the special effects were unusual stated that Spielberg may actually have done his job in War of the Worlds better than he realizes showing how fragile the world is Turan claimed Spielberg raised a most provocative question Is the ultimate fantasy an invasion from outer space or is it the survival of the human race However Broomfield Enterprises Dan Marcucci and Nancy Serougi did not share Berardinelli and Turans opinion They felt that Morgan Freemans narration was unnecessary and that the first half was great but the second half became filled with clichés riddled with holes and tainted by Tim Robbins 55 Michael Wilmington of the Chicago Tribune gave the film three and a half stars out of four saying War of the Worlds definitely wins its battle but not the war Wilmington stated the film brought the viewers on a wild journey through two sides of Spielberg the dark and the light He also said the film contained a core sentiment similar to that of Spielbergs E T the ExtraTerrestrial 56About coms Rebecca Murray gave a positive review stating Spielberg almost succeeds in creating the perfect alien movie with criticism only for the ending Jonathan Rosenbaum of Chicago Reader praised the special effects and Cruises performance 58Roger Ebert criticized the retro design and considered that despite the big budget the alien invasion was rudimentary and not very interesting regarding the best scenes as Ray walking among the airliner wreckage and a train running in flames declaring that such scenes seem to come from a kind of reality different from that of the tripods 59 The French film magazine Cahiers du cinéma ranked the film as 8th place in its list of best films of the 2000s 60 Japanese film director Kiyoshi Kurosawa listed the film as the best film of 20002009 61 Accoladesedit War of the Worlds was nominated for three Academy Awards including Visual Effects Pablo Helman Sound Mixing Andy Nelson Anna Behlmer and Ron Judkins and Sound Editing losing all to King Kong 62 The film was nominated for six Saturn Awards63 and won Best Performance by a Younger Actor Dakota Fanning Darker Than Black Volume 6 64 The film won a Golden Reel Award for Sound Effects & Foley65 a World Soundtrack Award for Best Original Soundtrack66 and three VES Awards for its special effects67 and was nominated for three Empire Awards three Satellite Awards and an MTV Movie Award See alsoedit The War of the Worlds 1953 film Referencesedit a b c d e War of the Worlds 2005 Box Office Mojo Retrieved September 11 2009   a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o War of the Worlds Production Notes 2005 Paramount Pictures Retrieved September 11 2009   a b c d Anthony Breznican June 23 2005 Spielbergs family values USA Today Retrieved September 12 2009   a b c Steven Spielberg Goes To War Empire Retrieved January 17 2010   Jensen Jeff December 29 2009 Lost The MI 3 Connection Entertainment Weekly Retrieved February 12 2014   Fleming Michael McNary Davy March 16 2004 War meets its maker Variety Retrieved December 7 2009   a b c War Of The Worlds Script by David Koepp & Josh Friedman 2005 The War of the Worlds Retrieved September 12 2009   a b Freer Ian David Koepp on War of the Worlds Empire Retrieved January 17 2010   a b c d e f g Designing the Enemy Tripods and Aliens War of the Worlds DVD Paramount Home Entertainment 2005   Lawrence C Brown H G Wells Enduring Influence in Mark Smythe ed Old and New trends in 21st Century Popular Culture a b Close Encounters of the Worst Kind Wired June 2005 Retrieved September 13 2009   James Wray October 9 2004 More on War of the Worlds Filing in New Jersey Monsters and Critics Retrieved September 13 2009   Spielberg to film in Shenandoah Valley USA Today November 29 2004 Retrieved September 13 2009   Mark Schatzker June 20 2005 Worlds Collide Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Retrieved September 13 2009   a b Malloy Betsy May 27 2007 Universal Studios Picture – War of the Worlds Set About com Retrieved December 20 2009   Turner Rachel October 20 2004 War of the Worlds scouts out Lexington The Trident Retrieved January 17 2010   a b War of the Worlds Frank Rose June 2005 Retrieved December 13 2010   a b c d e f Freer Ian Pablo Helman On War of the Worlds Empire Retrieved January 17 2010   a b Desowitz Bill July 7 2005 War of the Worlds A Post 911 Digital Attack VFXWorld Retrieved December 7 2009   Claudia Kienzle Industrial Light & Magic PDF Autodesk Retrieved September 14 2009   Johnny Betts War of the Worlds 2005 – Odds & Ends The Movie Mark Retrieved September 15 2009   Allmusic review a b Scoring War of the Worlds War of the Worlds DVD Paramount Home Entertainment 2005   Burlingame Jon November 29 2005 Master class Variety Retrieved December 7 2009   War of the Worlds 2005 Soundtrack Info June 28 2005 Retrieved September 16 2009   War of the Worlds 2005 Ricard L Befan John Williams Fan Network June 6 2007 Retrieved September 16 2009   Jason Cook War of the Worlds Review 2005 The Spinning Image Retrieved September 17 2009   War of the Worlds Premiere June 29 2005 Retrieved December 7 2009   a b Saunders Debra July 10 2005 Spielbergs antiwar War of the Worlds San Francisco Chronicle Retrieved September 16 2009   Steven D Greydanus War of the Worlds 2005 Decent Films Retrieved September 16 2009   Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise The Fascinating Truth Behind War of the Worlds Readers Digest June 2005 Retrieved September 16 2009   Donna Freydkin June 23 2005 Cruise Holmes step out USA Today Retrieved September 17 2009   a b Steve Head June 24 2005 Headgame 7 War of the Worlds IGN p  1 Retrieved September 18 2009   Steve Head June 24 2005 Headgame 7 War of the Worlds IGN p  2 Retrieved September 18 2009   Press Conference of War of the Worlds Tom Cruise Steven Spielberg June 23 2005 The costliest film ever The Sun UK August 17 2004 Retrieved January 18 2010   Movie Budgets The Numbers Retrieved September 25 2009   Burrough Bryan Showdown at Fort Sumner   Paramount Pictures Interactive Marketing to Place Online Gamers Into the Action With War of the Worlds Online Game PR Newswire April 12 2005 Retrieved September 26 2009   a b Hitachi goes global for War of the Worlds Hitachi April 20 2005 Retrieved September 26 2009   Netherby Jennifer September 12 2005 DW has big War plans Video Business Retrieved December 20 2009   DVD Sales Chart 2005 Lees Movie Info Retrieved September 27 2009   Opening Day Records Box Office Mojo Retrieved September 28 2009   Biggest Opening Weeks Box Office Mojo Retrieved September 28 2009   Biggest Opening Weekends Box Office Mojo Retrieved September 28 2009   Independence Day Weekends Box Office Mojo Retrieved September 28 2009   Fastest Movies to Hit 200 million at the Box Office Box Office Mojo July 22 2005 Retrieved September 28 2009   2005 Yearly Box Office Results Box Office Mojo 2005 Retrieved September 28 2009   All Time Worldwide Box Office Grosses Box Office Mojo Retrieved September 28 2009   War of the Worlds Rotten Tomatoes Retrieved February 3 2012   Berardinelli James War of the Worlds Reel Views Retrieved September 28 2009   War Of The Worlds 12A Total Film July 1 2005 Retrieved September 28 2009   Marcucci Dan Serougi Nancy October 27 2005 A basic rule of thumb is – if you see Tim Robbins you’ve stayed too long Broomfield Enterprise in Rotten Tomatoes Retrieved September 30 2009   Wilmington Michael August 24 2007 Movie review War of the Worlds Chicago Tribune Retrieved September 30 2009   Rosenbaum Jonathan War of the Worlds Chicago Reader Retrieved September 30 2009   Ebert Roger War of the Worlds Chicago SunTimes Retrieved September 30 2009   PALMARES 2000 Cahiers du cinéma in French Retrieved January 17 2010   Aoyama Shinji Hasumi Shigehiko Kurosawa Kiyoshi 2011 Eiga Nagabanashi in Japanese Little More p  271 ISBN 9784898153130   The 78th Academy Awards 2006 Nominees and Winners Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Retrieved November 20 2011   SITH Leads Nomination List for 32nd Annual Saturn Awards Mania Entertainment February 15 2006 Archived from the original on August 15 2010 Retrieved December 13 2010   Past Saturn Awards Academy of Science Fiction Fantasy & Horror Films Archived from the original on May 12 2011 Retrieved December 13 2010   2006 Golden Reel Award Nominees 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