Contagion

Contagion

106 mins | Drama, Thriller, Science Fiction | Sept. 8, 2011

As an epidemic of a lethal airborne virus - that kills within days - rapidly grows, the worldwide medical community races to find a cure and control the panic that spreads faster than the virus itself.

Contagion

106 mins | Drama, Thriller, Science Fiction | Sept. 8, 2011

Contagion
As an epidemic of a lethal airborne virus - that kills within days - rapidly grows, the worldwide medical community races to find a cure and control the panic that spreads faster than the virus itself.
IMDb rating 6.8
Producers Warner Bros. Pictures, Double Feature Films, Regency Enterprises, Participant Media, Imagenation Abu Dhabi FZ
Original title Contagion
Directors Steven Soderbergh, Gregory Jacobs, Florian Nussbaumer, Annie Welles, Yann Mari Faget, Trey Batchelor, Ahmed Hatimi, Jody Spilkoman, Wai Kei Cheng, Samar Pollitt, Lemon Liu, Nikki Lau Siu-Shu, Lanbo Cheuk, Cheuk Pan Lee
Writers Scott Z. Burns

Cast

Marion Cotillard

as Leonora Orantes

Matt Damon

as Mitch Emhoff

Laurence Fishburne

as Ellis Cheever

Jude Law

as Alan Krumwiede

Kate Winslet

as Erin Mears

Jennifer Ehle

as Ally Hextall

Gwyneth Paltrow

as Beth Emhoff

Bryan Cranston

as Lyle Haggerty

Elliott Gould

as Ian Sussman

Chin Han

as Sun Feng

John Hawkes

as Roger

Anna Jacoby-Heron

as Jory Emhoff

Sanaa Lathan

as Aubrey Cheever

Demetri Martin

as David Eisenberg

Armin Rohde

as Damian Leopold

Enrico Colantoni

as Dennis French

Larry Clarke

as Dave

Monique Gabriela Curnen

as Lorraine Vasquez

Daria Strokous

as Irina

Rick Uecker

as Minnesota Health

Jamie Newell

as Siphon Woman (uncredited)

Griffin Kane

as Clark Morrow

Rebecca Spence

as Jon Neal's Wife

Yoshiaki Kobayashi

as Japanese Bus Man

Teri McEvoy

as School Nurse

Sue Redman

as ER Nurse #1

Teri Campbell

as ER Nurse #2

Stef Tovar

as Dr. Arrington

Mary Jo Faraci

as Social Worker

Grace Rex

as Carrie Anne

Joseph Anthony Foronda

as WHO Official

Annabel Armour

as Beth's Mother

Jim Ortlieb

as Funeral Director

Kara Zediker

as Elizabeth Nygaard

Laura Fisher

as Sick Lady

Dan Flannery

as Hextall's Father

Jason Babinsky

as Shivering Man

Howie Johnson

as Morgue Worker

Sanjay Gupta

as Sanjay Gupta

Chui Tien-You

as Li Fai

Josie Ho

as Li Fai's Sister

Steven Soderbergh

as John Neal (voice, uncredited)

Phillip James Brannon

as Paramedic

David Lively

as Minnesota Medical Examiner

Andrew White

as Assistant Medical Examiner

Ira Blumen

as Helpful Doctor

Scott Stangland

as Minnesota Health #1

Jimmy Chung

as Minnesota Health #2

Tara Mallen

as Minnesota Health #4

John Hines

as AIMM Employee #1

Joshua Weinstein

as AIMM Employee #2

Sarah Charipar

as AIMM Employee #3

Mark Czoske

as AIMM Employee #4

Dan Aho

as Aaron Barnes

Hee-Wan Kwon

as Japanese Official

Phil Tang

as Village Man #1

Robert Chi

as Village Man #2

Blair Robertson

as Sussman's Assistant

Randy Lowell

as Hedge Fund Man in Park

Pete Sack

as TV Anchor

Brian J. O'Donnell

as Andrew

Kwok-Wah Wong

as Chinese Health Official #1

Sau-Ming Tsang

as Chinese Health Official #2

Josh Pollock

as Coughing Man

Peter A Kelly

as National Guardsman

Thomas Gebbia

as Man with Megaphone

Dan Sanders-Joyce

as Home Invasion Thug

Joshua Seiden

as Anthony

Kam Tong Wong

as Chef

Jim Anderson

as Police Officer (uncredited)

Bambadjan Bamba

as Dread (uncredited)

Rodolfo C Barrios

as Sick Guy (uncredited)

Bryan Basil

as Senate Staffer (uncredited)

Raphael Baunaquis

as Police Officer (uncredited)

Ahmed Boulane

as Doctor Haddad (uncredited)

Liz Clare

as Vaccine Recipient (uncredited)

Rashida Clendening

as Interviewee (uncredited)

David Cohen

as News Reporter (uncredited)

James Anthony Cotton

as Tough Guy (uncredited)

Duke Czlonka

as National Guard Sergeant (uncredited)

Andrew Dasz

as Airport Passager (uncredited)

Joe DeBartolo

as Food Drop Recipient (uncredited)

Eduardo Ambriz DeColosio

as Interviewee (uncredited)

Amanda Dyar

as Vaccinated Citizen (uncredited)

Ryan Ebert

as Sick Person (uncredited)

Shannon Edwards

as Michael Giannes - Minnesota Health Department (uncredited)

Anas El Baz

as Ahraf (uncredited)

Olivia Francessca

as Nurse (uncredited)

Logan Fry

as Washington D.C. Lobbyist (uncredited)

Kenley Gaffke

as Vaccine Patient (uncredited)

Christian Heep

as Reporter (uncredited)

Alex Hill 3

as Press Room Reporter (uncredited)

John Hoogenakker

as Rafik's Lawyer (uncredited)

Matt Iwinski

as Photographer (uncredited)

Sarah Kliban

as Interviewee (uncredited)

Iris Kohl

as Reporter (uncredited)

Suzanne Lang

as ER Nurse (uncredited)

Elester Latham

as Doctor (uncredited)

Mark Lavell

as Survivor (uncredited)

Ina Lereine

as Pedestrian (uncredited)

Seth Leslie

as Stage Performer (uncredited)

John Lobato

as Sickly Victim (uncredited)

Patterson Lundquist

as Concerned Citizen (uncredited)

Josiah Lyricq

as Protestor (uncredited)

Mino Mackic

as Airport Businessman (uncredited)

Carl Marino

as Pharmacy Fighter (uncredited)

Mary Lu Marr

as Physician (uncredited)

James Mastel

as FBI Agent (uncredited)

Timothy W. Mather

as Print Journalist (uncredited)

Thomas McCormick

as Photographer (uncredited)

Dave McNulty

as Doctor in Lobby (uncredited)

E. Roger Mitchell

as Driver (uncredited)

Paul D. Morgan

as Hazmat Doctor (uncredited)

Jesse Muick

as Vaccine Recipient (uncredited)

Larry Nazimek

as CDC Employee (uncredited)

Andrew Nitzke

as Epidemic Victim (uncredited)

Matthew Parry-Jones

as Sick Child (uncredited)

Eric Pierson

as Driver (uncredited)

Steven Potts

as Sick Man (uncredited)

Steven James Price

as Lt. Col Ginsberg (uncredited)

Kyle Quesnoy

as Redhead Interviewee (uncredited)

Brandi Quinn

as Sickly Victim (uncredited)

Kenya Robertson

as Waitress (uncredited)

Joshua Rollins

as Reporter (uncredited)

Sandy Rouge

as Medical Staff (uncredited)

Helen Sadler

as Polish Maid (uncredited)

Peggy Sandow

as Sick Woman (uncredited)

Jane Santos

as Survivor (uncredited)

Hester Schell

as Epidemic Victim (uncredited)

Jon Komp Shin

as On Air News Reporter San Francisco (uncredited)

Walt Sloan

as Hospital Physician (uncredited)

Gregory Marshall Smith

as CDC Reporter / Health Official (uncredited)

Ylian Alfaro Snyder

as Sick Citizen (uncredited)

Joshua Squire

as Vaccine Patient (uncredited)

January Stern

as Congress Woman (uncredited)

Michael T Stewart

as Citizen (uncredited)

Thomas W. Stewart

as Doctor (uncredited)

Audra Todd

as CDC Employee (uncredited)

Giota Trakas

as Reporter (uncredited)

Ken Venzke

as On Air Reporter San Francisco Channel 7 (uncredited)

Abby Wait

as Girl In Cafe (uncredited)

Amr Waked

as Rafik (uncredited)

James D. Weston II

as FBI Agent (uncredited)

Roger Wiggins

as CDC Employee (uncredited)

Robert A. Young

as Capital Police (uncredited)

Bobby Watson

as Dying Man (uncredited)