Black Hat (TBA)

 ●  English ● 2 hrs 13 mins

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Nick Hathaway, an extremely talented hacker who has gone astray, finds his way out of a 15 year prison sentence when parts of a computer code he once wrote during his youth appears in a malware that triggered a terrorist attack in factory in China. This opportunity will reunite him with an old friend but will also put him in the middle of a power game between the American and Chinese government as well as arch villain hacker whose identity he has to find if he wants to keep his freedom and his life.
Did you know? Blackhat marks the very first Michael Mann movie to be shot entirely in digital. (Ali, Collateral, Miami Vice, and Public Enemies were shot mostly in digital but had certain sequences shot in 35mm film) Read More
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as Nicholas Hathaway
as Carol Barrett
as Lien Chen
as Det C Daniels
as Newsanchor
as Shum
as Computer Tech
as Korean Thug
as Sort Guard
as Korean Art Student
as Assistant Warden
as Italian Reporter
as Jasmine
as Airline Pilot
Supporting Actor
as Mark Jessup
as Gangster
as Henry Pollack
as NSA Agent
as Game Show Host
as Party goer
as FBI Agent
as Paul Shin
as Chen Dawai
as Airplane Passenger
as Lozano
as Cab Driver
as Prisoner
as FBI Computer Tech
as Gangster
as Harbor Pilot
as Korean thug
as Kassar
as FBI Agent
as Computer Tech
Supporting Actor
as Mrs. Novo
as Gary Baker
as Barrett's Partner
as Secretary
as Attorney
as FBI Computer Tech
as Korean Waiter
as Cook
as Rich Donahue

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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
English
Spoken Languages:
Mandarin, Spanish
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Datasat Digital Sound, Dolby Digital EX, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound
Camera:
ARRI ALEXA M, ARRI ALEXA XT
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Taglines:
We are no longer in control
Trivia:
The film's plot was inspired by the Stuxnet's case, a computer worm designed to attack industrial programmable logic controllers. Discovered in 2010, Stuxnet ruined almost one-fifth of Iran's nuclear facilities and his origin couldn't be officially identified.

The title "Blackhat" refers to the term that describes a villain (named after the practice of villains in Westerns wearing black hats). In hacking, a black hat hacker will commit cyber-crimes for maliciousness or for personal gain.

The first Michael Mann film to be shot with anamorphic lenses since Heat (1995).

Michael Mann donated HK$300,000 (US$38,500) to The Community Chest of Hong Kong in the name of Hang Seng Bank, to thank the bank for allowing him to film for 5 evenings in the bank's lobby area.

The film was originally titled "Cyber".

Hackers served as on-set consultants during filming.

Blackhat marks the very first Michael Mann movie to be shot entirely in digital. (Ali, Collateral, Miami Vice, and Public Enemies were shot mostly in digital but had certain sequences shot in 35mm film)