Pacific Rim Uprising – Film

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Pacific Rim Uprising Film Details

Pacific Rim Uprising is a 2018 American science fiction monster film directed by Steven S. DeKnight (in his feature-film directorial and writing debut), and written by DeKnight, Emily Carmichael, Kira Snyder and T.S. Nowlin. It is the sequel to the 2013 film Pacific Rim, and second installment in the Pacific Rim franchise. Guillermo del Toro, director of the first movie, serves as a producer; while production studios Legendary Pictures and Double Dare You Productions developed the movie. The sequel stars John Boyega, as well as Scott Eastwood, Cailee Spaeny in her film debut, Jing Tian, Adria Arjona and Zhang Jin, with Rinko Kikuchi, Charlie Day, and Burn Gorman returning from the original film. The film takes place in 2035, ten years after the events of the first film. The story follows Jake Pentecost, who is given one last chance to live up to his father’s legacy after Kaiju, giant sea monsters, are unleashed back into the world and aim to destroy it.

Principal photography began in November 2016 in Queensland, Australia. Pacific Rim Uprising premiered in Hollywood, Los Angeles, on March 15, 2018, and was released in the United States on March 23, by Universal Pictures (unlike its predecessor, which was released by Warner Bros. Pictures). With a gross of $290.9 million worldwide, the film was a box-office disappointment. It also received mixed reviews; many critics considered it inferior to del Toro’s film and criticized its story, while praising its visual effects, action sequences, and performances of Boyega, Eastwood and Spaeny. It was followed in 2021 by a 14-episode animated series on Netflix.



  • John Boyega as Jake Pentecost, the son of Stacker Pentecost, the adoptive younger brother of Mako, and Nate and Amara’s partner.
  • Scott Eastwood as Nathan “Nate” Lambert, Jake’s estranged co-pilot and partner who piloted the Gipsy Avenger.
  • Jing Tian as Liwen Shao, a businesswoman and technologist who joins the PPDC against the Precursor Emissary.
  • Cailee Spaeny as Amara Namani, a street orphan who created a civilian Jaeger, Scrapper, and piloted the Jaeger Bracer Phoenix. She later becomes Jake’s partner after Nate is injured by the Mega-Kaiju.
    • Madeleine McGraw as Young Amara
  • Rinko Kikuchi as Mako Mori, the adoptive older sister of Jake and the former pilot of Gipsy Danger who is now the secretary general of the reorganized PPDC and the senator of Japan working with Hermann.
  • Burn Gorman as Hermann Gottlieb, a scientist and officer who stayed and continued to work in PPDC with Mako.
  • Adria Arjona as Jules Reyes, an officer of the PPDC.
  • Max Zhang as Marshal Quan Chenglei, a commanding officer in the PPDC.
  • Charlie Day as Dr. Newton “Newt” Geiszler, a former scientist and officer in the PPDC who becomes the emissary of the Precursors after his mind is possessed by them.
  • Wesley Wong as Ou-Yang Jinhai, Viktoriya and Amara’s partner and cadet who piloted the Jaeger Bracer Phoenix.
  • Karan Brar as Suresh Khuran, Ilya’s partner and cadet who piloted the Jaeger Guardian Bravo.
  • Ivanna Sakhno as Viktoriya Malikova, Ou-Yang’s partner, a cadet who piloted the Jaeger Bracer Phoenix and starts out as Amara’s rival.
  • Mackenyu as Ryoichi Hatayama, Renata’s partner and cadet who piloted the Jaeger Saber Athena.
  • Lily Ji as Meilin Gao, a cadet in the PPDC.
  • Shyrley Rodriguez as Renata Gutierrez, Ryoichi’s partner who piloted the Jaeger Saber Athena.
  • Rahart Adams as Tahima Shaheen, a cadet in the PPDC.
  • Levi Meaden as Ilya Zaslavsky, Suresh’s partner and cadet who piloted the Jaeger Guardian Bravo.
  • DeKnight cameos as a PPDC general on a recruitment banner.



In 2012, prior to the first film’s release, del Toro noted that he had ideas for a sequel, noting in 2014 that he had been working on a script with Zak Penn for several months. In June 2014, del Toro stated that he would direct the sequel, and the film’s distributor was taken by Universal Pictures. In July 2015, it was reported that filming was expected to begin in November, though production was halted following conflicts between Universal and Legendary. As the sequel’s future became unclear, Universal indefinitely delayed the film. Still determined to have the film made, del Toro kept working and by that October announced that he had presented the studio with a script and a budget.

After the sale of Legendary to Chinese Wanda Group for $3.5 billion, observers noted an increased likelihood of Pacific Rim 2s production being revitalized because the first film was so successful in China.

In February 2016, the studio, and del Toro himself via Twitter, announced that Steven S. DeKnight would take over directing duties, with a new script written by Jon Spaihts, marking DeKnight’s feature directorial debut. Del Toro remained on the project as a producer. Del Toro revealed he left the movie once the studio lost their reservations to the Toronto sound stages where the first film had been shot, as he was not willing to move to China to film the sequel given he would remain in the city to work in The Shape of Water. Derek Connolly was brought in on May 12, 2016, to rewrite the script again.


March 23, 2018


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