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Hail, Caesar! Details


Slick Hollywood fixer Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) is pressed into action when superstar actor Baird Whitlock (George Clooney) is kidnapped and held for ransom by a mysterious group. Mannix races to quietly collect the ransom money without gossip columnists Thessaly and Thora Thacker (Tilda Swinton in a dual role) catching wind of the scandal. Alden Ehrenreich, Ralph Fiennes, Scarlett Johansson, Jonah Hill, Frances McDormand, and Channing Tatum co-star in this comedy set in Hollywood's golden age. Directed by Joel and Ethan Coen. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

  • Release date:February 5, 2016


Awarded by
British Academy of Film and Television Arts Jess Gonchor Best Production Design 2016 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Jess Gonchor Best Production Design 2016 Nominee
British Academy of Film and Television Arts Nancy Haigh Best Production Design 2016 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Nancy Haigh Best Production Design 2016 Nominee


George Clooney
as Baird Whitlock
Josh Brolin
as Eddie Mannix
Ralph Fiennes
as Laurence Lorenz
Tilda Swinton
as Hedda Hopper
Jonah Hill
as Joseph Silverman
Frances McDormand
as C.C. Calhoun
Scarlett Johansson
as DeeAnna Moran
Alden Ehrenreich
as Hobie Doyle
Christopher Lambert
as Arne Slessum
Channing Tatum
as Burt Gurney
Heather Goldenhersh
as Natalie (Secretary)
Alison Pill
as Mrs. Mannix
Fisher Stevens
as Communist Writer
Patrick Fischler
as Communist Writer
David Krumholtz
as Communist Writer
Patrick Carroll
as Communist Writer
Fred Melamed
as Communist Writer
John Bluthal
as Professor Marcuse
Alex Karpovsky
as Mr. Smitrovich
Max Baker
as Head Communist Writer
Allan Havey
as Protestant Clergyman
Robert Picardo
as Rabbi
Ian Blackman
as Cuddahy
Geoffrey Cantor
as Sid Siegelstein
Robert Trebor
as Producer of "Hail, Caesar!"
Michael Yama
as Chinese Restaurant Maitre'd
Basil Hoffman
as Stu Schwartz, Accounting
Ralph P. Martin
as Director of Action Western
Timm Perry
as Stage 8 Man at the Door
Noel Conlon
as Scotty at the Gate
Dennis Cockrum
as Cops at French Postcard House
Clancy Brown
as Gracchus (In The Epic, "Hail, Caesar!")
Mather Zickel
as Chunk Mulligan
Clement Von Franckenstein
as Senator Sestimus Amydias
Wayne Knight
as Lurking Extra
Jeff Lewis
as Lurking Extra
Kyle Bornheimer
as Extras A.D.
Josh Cooke
as Box Breakfast A.D.
Peter Jason
as Director
Jillian Armenante
as Script Girl
Jacob Witkin
as Saul of Tarsus
Jack Huston
as Cad in Cab
Agyness Deyn
as Woman in Cab
Emily Beecham
as Deirdre
J.R. Horne
as Curly
Caitlin Muelder
as Cookhouse Woman
E.E. Bell
as Bartender
Peter Banifaz
as Sailor


Ethan Coen
Joel Coen
Joel Coen
Ethan Coen
Eric Fellner
Tim Bevan
Ethan Coen
Joel Coen
Roger Deakins
Carter Burwell
Composer (Music Score)
Katie McQuerrey
Roderick Jaynes
Jess Gonchor
Production Designer
Dawn Swiderski
Supervising Art Director
Catherine Farrell
Associate Producer
Robert Graf
Executive Producer
Greg Papalia
Set Designer
Barbara Mesney
Set Designer
Nancy Haigh
Set Decorator
Mary Zophres
Costume Designer
Betsy Magruder
First Assistant Director
Roger Deakins
Camera Operator
Ellen Chenoweth
Skip Lievsay
Re-Recording Mixer
Skip Lievsay
Supervising Sound Editor
Lynda Foote
Costumes Supervisor
Catherine Farrell
Post Production Supervisor
Steve Cremin
Special Effects Coordinator
Zoe Hay
Robert Graf
Unit Production Manager
Tad Griffith
Stunts Coordinator
Dan Schrecker
Visual Effects Supervisor
Craig Berkey
Re-Recording Mixer
Craig Berkey
Supervising Sound Editor
Cydney Cornell
Hair Designer
Cydney Cornell
Department Head Hair
Greg Orloff
Re-Recording Mixer
Peter Kurland
Production Sound Mixer