Production Company: The Weinstein Company, Moving Picture Company

Studio: The Weinstein Company

Cast: Alex Pettyfer as Alex Rider, Ewan McGregor as Ian Rider, Mickey Rourke as Darrius Sayle, Bill Nighy as Alan Blunt, Sophie Okonedo as Mrs. Jones, Stephen Fry as Mr. Smithers, Richard James as Vicar, Alicia Silverstone as Jack Starbright, Missi Pyle as Nadia Vole, Jimmy Carr as Crawford, Andy Serkis as Mr. Grin, Robbie Coltrane as Prime Minister, Sarah Bolger as Sabina Pleasure, Ashley Walters as Wolf, Damian Lewis as Yassen Gregorovich, Julian Bucknall as MI6 agent, Robert Dearle as Harry Double, Jeff Lipman as Blunts MI6 bodyguard, Peter Ryder as Station master

Crew: Geoffrey Sax (director); Anthony Horowitz (novel, screenplay and executive producer); Steve Christian, Andreas Grosch, Marc Samuelson, Peter Samuelson (producers); Jessica Parker (associate producer); Kevan Van Thompson (line producer); Hilary Dugdale, Nigel Green, Andreas Schmid (executive producers)

Based on the first of the best-selling series of Alex Rider novels by Anthony Horowitz, Stormbreaker introduces a reluctant teenage super-spy to the screen. After losing his family, a 14-year-old boy is forced to join Britain’s secret intelligence service, MI6.

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Film Fetish trivia:
Geoffrey Sax also directed Michael Keaton in White Noise.

Stormbreaker has changed its title to Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker.

Taglines: You’re never too young to die.

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Release Dates: October 13, 2006


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