[Spider] VS [Power Rangers]

Spider
Spider
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Power Rangers
Power Rangers
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Basic information [Spider] VS [Power Rangers]
Spider Power Rangers
Poster Spider Power Rangers
Release date December 13, 2002 (United States) March 24, 2017 (United States)
Rating 6.8(38K ratings) 5.9(106K ratings)
Genres Drama, Mystery, Thriller Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Plot A mentally disturbed man takes residence in a halfway house. His mind gradually slips back into the realm created by his illness, where he replays a key part of his childhood. A group of high-school students, who are infused with unique superpowers, harness their abilities in order to save the world.
Taglines The only thing worse than losing your mind... is finding it again. Back to action!
Gross worldwide $5,808,941 $142,337,240
Gross US & Canada $1,642,483 $85,364,450
Opening weekend US & Canada $5,575(Dec 22, 2002) $40,300,288(Mar 26, 2017)
Budget $10,000,000 (estimated) $100,000,000 (estimated)
Top Cast
Ralph Fiennes
Ralph Fiennes
Spider
Miranda Richardson
Miranda Richardson
Yvonne
Gabriel Byrne
Gabriel Byrne
Bill Cleg
Lynn Redgrave
Lynn Redgrave
Mrs. Wilkinson
John Neville
John Neville
Terrence
Bradley Hall
Bradley Hall
Spider Boy
Gary Reineke
Gary Reineke
Freddy
Philip Craig
Philip Craig
John
Cliff Saunders
Cliff Saunders
Bob
Tara Ellis
Tara Ellis
Nora
Sara Stockbridge
Sara Stockbridge
Gladys
Arthur Whybrow
Arthur Whybrow
Ernie
Dacre Montgomery
Dacre Montgomery
Jason (Red Ranger)
Naomi Scott
Naomi Scott
Kimberly (Pink Ranger)
RJ Cyler
RJ Cyler
Billy (Blue Ranger)
Ludi Lin
Ludi Lin
Zack (Black Ranger)
Becky G
Becky G
Trini (Yellow Ranger)
Elizabeth Banks
Elizabeth Banks
Rita Repulsa
Bryan Cranston
Bryan Cranston
Zordon
Bill Hader
Bill Hader
Alpha 5, (voice)
Matt Shively
Matt Shively
Damo
Cody Kearsley
Cody Kearsley
Hawkeye
David Denman
David Denman
Sam Scott
Robert Moloney
Robert Moloney
Ted Hart
Motion Picture Rating (MPAA) Rated R for sexuality, brief violence and language Rated PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi violence, action and destruction, language, and for some crude humor
Director David Cronenberg Dean Israelite
Writer(s) Patrick McGrath(novel) John Gatins(screenplay by), Matt Sazama(story by), Burk Sharpless(story by)
Awards [Spider] VS [Power Rangers]
awards

Cahiers du Cinéma 2002

Nominee
Top 10 Film Award
Best Film
David Cronenberg
Eighth Place; tied with Spirited Away (2001)

Cannes Film Festival 2002

Nominee
Palme d'Or
David Cronenberg

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2004

Nominee
CFCA Award
Best Supporting Actress
Miranda Richardson

Chlotrudis Awards 2004

Nominee
Chlotrudis Award
Best Supporting Actress
Miranda Richardson

Directors Guild of Canada 2003

Winner
DGC Craft Award
Outstanding Achievement in Direction - Feature Film
David Cronenberg
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Long Form
Tony Currie
David Evans
Wayne Griffin
Winner
DGC Team Award
Outstanding Achievement in a Feature Film
David Cronenberg(director)
Ronald Sanders(picture editor)
Marilyn Stonehouse(unit production manager)
Walter Gasparovic(first assistant director)
Penny Charter(second assistant director)
Arvinder Greywal(art director)
Jon Hunter(second assistant art director)
Abbie Weinberg(third assistant art director)
Barbara Pullan(location manager)
George Ploszczansky(assistant location manager)
John Rakich(location production assistant)
Anna Beben(production coordinator)
John Roy(accountant)
Sue Sparling(first assistant accountant)
Rachel Clarke(second assistant accountant)
Jody K. MacPherson(construction accountant)
Jennifer Côté(third assistant director)
Mike Manzato(trainee assistant director)
Lynda McKenzie(post production supervisor)
Tad Seaborn(assistant picture editor)
David Evans(supervising sound editor)
Wayne Griffin(sound editor)
Tony Currie(dialogue editor)
Gren-Erich Zwicker(assistant dialogue editor)
Joanne McLeish(assistant sound effects editor)
Nominee
DGC Craft Award
Outstanding Achievement in Picture Editing - Long Form
Ronald Sanders

European Film Awards 2002

Nominee
EFA People's Choice Award
Best European Actor
Ralph Fiennes
Nominee
Screen International Award
David Cronenberg
Canada

Fangoria Chainsaw Awards 2004

Nominee
Chainsaw Award
Best Limited-Release/Direct-to-Video Film
Best Actor
Ralph Fiennes
Best Supporting Actress
Miranda Richardson
Best Screenplay
Patrick McGrath
Best Score
Howard Shore

Genie Awards 2003

Winner
Genie
Best Achievement in Direction
David Cronenberg
Nominee
Genie
Best Achievement in Art Direction/Production Design
Andrew Sanders
Arvinder Greywal
Best Achievement in Costume Design
Denise Cronenberg
Best Achievement in Overall Sound
Glen Gauthier
Christian T. Cooke
Orest Sushko
Don White
Best Achievement in Sound Editing
Wayne Griffin
Tony Currie
David Evans
Goro Koyama
Andy Malcolm
Best Screenplay, Adapted
Patrick McGrath

Ghent International Film Festival 2002

Winner
Georges Delerue Prize
Howard Shore
Nominee
Grand Prix
David Cronenberg

Golden Trailer Awards 2003

Nominee
Golden Trailer
Best Horror/Thriller

International Horror Guild 2004

Winner
IHG Award
Best Movie

Jeonju Film Festival 2003

Winner
Audience Award
David Cronenberg

London Critics Circle Film Awards 2003

Nominee
ALFS Award
British Actor of the Year
Ralph Fiennes
British Actress of the Year
Miranda Richardson

San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2002

Winner
SFFCC Award
Best Supporting Actress
Miranda Richardson

Sant Jordi Awards 2003

Winner
Sant Jordi
Best Foreign Actress (Mejor Actriz Extranjera)
Miranda Richardson

Satellite Awards 2003

Nominee
Golden Satellite Award
Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Drama
Miranda Richardson

Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival 2002

Winner
Best Director
David Cronenberg
Nominee
Best Film
David Cronenberg

Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 2003

Winner
TFCA Award
Best Supporting Performance, Female
Miranda Richardson
Best Canadian Film

Toronto International Film Festival 2002

Winner
Best Canadian Feature Film
David Cronenberg

Village Voice Film Poll 2003

Nominee
VVFP Award
Best Performance
Ralph Fiennes
8th place.
Best Supporting Performance
Miranda Richardson
3rd place.

Teen Choice Awards 2017

Nominee
Teen Choice Award
Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi
Dacre Montgomery
Choice Movie: Sci-Fi
Lionsgate
Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi
Becky G
Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi
Naomi Scott
Choice Movie Villain
Elizabeth Banks
Choice: Scene Stealer
RJ Cyler

More details [Spider] VS [Power Rangers]
Countries of origin Canada, United Kingdom, France United States, Hong Kong, Japan, Canada, New Zealand
Language English --
Also known as Павук Saban's Power Rangers
Filming locations Toronto, Ontario, Canada Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
Production companies Odeon Films, Capitol Films, Artists Independent Network Lionsgate, TIK Films, Temple Hill Entertainment
Runtime 1 hour 38 minutes 2 hours 4 minutes
Color Color Color
Sound mix Dolby Digital Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital
Official sites -- Facebook, Instagram
Languages -- English, Mandarin
Aspect ratio -- 2.35 : 1

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