Source Code

2011 - Color - Dolby Digital - 1.85 : 1
US release date: April 01, 2011
Vendôme Pictures, Mark Gordon Company, The
Budget: $28,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend: $14,812,094 (USA) (2,961 Screens)


Army Captain Colter Stevens finds himself working on a special program where his consciousness can be inserted into another human being. The only catch is can only be there for 8 minutes at any given time. That morning, a bomb exploded on a commuter train just outside Chicago. He occupies the body of teacher going to work on that train and is confused as to what he is doing or why he is there as his last memory is of flying his helicopter on a combat mission in Afghanistan. Those in charge of the program explain to him that there is a bomb on the train that must locate it. More importantly, he must identify the bomber as another bombing is expected later that day. He is also told however that he cannot change the past and can only gather information. As he develops a liking for his traveling companion Christina, he sets out to test that theory.


Colter Stevens - Jake Gyllenhaal
Christina Warren - Michelle Monaghan
Colleen Goodwin - Vera Farmiga
Dr. Rutledge - Jeffrey Wright
Derek Frost - Michael Arden
Hazmi - Cas Anvar
Max Denoff - Russell Peters
George Troxel - Brent Skagford
Gold Watch Executive - Craig Thomas
Conductor - Gordon Masten
Nurse - Susan Bain




Director - Duncan Jones

Writing credits

Writer - Ben Ripley


Executive producer - Jeb Brody
Co-producer - Stuart Fenegan
Executive producer - Fabrice Gianfermi
Producer - Mark Gordon
Executive producer - Hawk Koch
Associate producer - Sarah Platt
Producer - Philippe Rousselet
Co-producer - Tracy Underwood
Producer - Jordan Wynn