The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Uniting classic characters from literature

Credits

Director

Stephen Norrington

Based on

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen by Alan Moore Kevin O'Neill

Producers

Trevor Albert, Rick Benattar, Sean Connery, Mark Gordon, Don Murphy, Michael Nelson

Production Companies

20th Century Fox, Angry Films, International Production Company, JD Productions, Mediastream Dritte Film GmbH & Co. Beteiligungs KG (in association with)

Studios

Twentieth Century Fox

Dneg VFX Supervisor

Paul Franklin

Dneg VFX Producer

Dominic Sidoli

Dneg 2D Supervisor

Mike Ellis

Dneg CG Supervisor

Martin Hill

Release Date

11th July 2003

Of all the comic book properties eagerly purchased by studios following X-Men, Alan Moore’s highly-acclaimed melding of Victorian adventure fiction and super-heroics was undoubtedly the most exciting.

– Empire –

Succeeds the same way the original comic books did: by making the conflicts and dilemmas basic enough for a five-year-old, while giving the heroes and villains glamorous outfits and layers of complexity, to thicken the broth.WALL STREET JOURNAL

Synopsis

It’s 1899 and the British government asks retired adventurer Allan Quatermain to lead a group of ‘extraordinary individuals’. Their task: to combat a technological terror campaign led by a mysterious madman, named ‘The Fantom’, intent on world war.

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