Skyscraper – Film

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Skyscraper is a 2018 American action thriller film written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber. Produced by Legendary Pictures, Seven Bucks Productions and Flynn Picture Company, the film stars Dwayne Johnson in the lead role, with Neve Campbell, Chin Han, Roland Møller, Noah Taylor, Byron Mann, Pablo Schreiber, and Hannah Quinlivan in supporting roles. In the film, Will Sawyer, a former FBI agent, must rescue his family from a newly built Hong Kong skyscraper, the tallest in the world, after terrorists set the building on fire in an attempt to extort the property developer. The first non-comedy of Thurber’s career, it also marks his second collaboration with Johnson, following Central Intelligence (2016).

Development started in May 2016 when Legendary Entertainment won the bidding war for a Chinese-set action adventure film. Johnson was cast to play the lead, while Thurber was attached as the film’s scriptwriter, director and producer, with Flynn producing the film through his Flynn Picture Company, alongside Johnson’s Seven Bucks Productions and Universal Pictures handling distribution rights. Apart from Johnson’s casting, the casting call began from June to August 2017. Filming began in August 2017 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Additional photography and exteriors were filmed at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre.

Skyscraper premiered in Beijing on July 1, 2018, and was released in the United States on July 13, 2018. Skyscraper underperformed at the box office, grossing over $304 million worldwide against its production budget of $125 million and prompting Legendary to end its distribution deal with Universal and start a new one with Warner Bros. Pictures. The film received mixed reviews from critics, who praised Johnson’s performance and the film’s suspenseful scenes, but criticized the clichéd story and deemed too similar to The Towering Inferno (1974) and Die Hard (1988).



  • Dwayne Johnson as Will Sawyer, a former US Marine, FBI Hostage Rescue Team leader and amputee, who now assesses security for skyscrapers.
  • Neve Campbell as Sarah Sawyer, Will’s wife, a former US Navy surgeon.
  • Chin Han as Zhao Long Ji, a wealthy Chinese tech entrepreneur and financier of the Pearl.
  • Roland Møller as Kores Botha, a Danish terrorist kingpin who plans to control the Pearl skyscraper by starting a fire in random places so he will withdraw millions of dollars in shakedown payments.
  • Noah Taylor as Mr. Pierce, an insurance executive, secretly working for Botha.
  • Byron Mann as Inspector Wu, leader of the HKPF response team.
  • Hannah Quinlivan as Xia, Botha’s henchwoman.
  • Pablo Schreiber as Ben Gillespie, Will’s former colleague and friend, secretly works for Botha.
  • Tzi Ma as Fire Chief Sheng.
  • McKenna Roberts as Georgia Sawyer, Will and Sarah’s daughter and Henry’s twin sister.
  • Noah Cottrell as Henry Sawyer, Will and Sarah’s son and Georgia’s twin brother.
  • Elfina Luk as HKPF Sergeant Han.
  • Adrian Holmes as Ajani Okeke, Zhao’s head-of-security and personal bodyguard.
  • Matt O’Leary as the Skinny Hacker, Botha’s computer expert.
  • Kevin Rankin as Ray, the father who holds his family hostage in the film’s opening.



On May 26, 2016, it was announced that Legendary Entertainment had won the bidding war for a Chinese-set action adventure film, Skyscraper, in which Dwayne Johnson was set to play the lead. Rawson Marshall Thurber was attached as the film’s scriptwriter, director and producer, with Beau Flynn producing the film through his Flynn Picture Company, alongside Johnson’s Seven Bucks Productions, with Universal Pictures handling distribution rights. On June 22, 2017, it was reported that Neve Campbell had signed on to play the wife of Johnson’s character, a role where Maggie Q, Rachel Bilson, Jaimie Alexander and Mira Sorvino were also considered. In July 2017, Chin Han and Pablo Schreiber joined the cast. In August 2017, Byron Mann, Hannah Quinlivan, Noah Taylor, and Roland Møller were added to the cast.

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture consulted the film production on the design of the fictitious 225-story megatall skyscraper, with Adrian Smith quoted as saying that “the producer wanted this to be a tower based on real possibilities”. Smith advised “on issues that tall buildings face in real life and design aspects like wind behaviour, tower movement, elevator systems and how supertall towers can become cities within the tower”. The architectural rendering of the skyscraper was based on Chinese inspirations, particularly a twisting dragon with a pearl in its mouth. According to the New York Post, “production designer Jim Bissell and his team researched local myths for inspiration and came upon a Chinese fable they could work with.” The skyscraper is located where the real-life Hong Kong Cultural Centre is situated.


July 13, 2018


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