Déjà Vu 17 years old

If you think it's just a feeling, go back... and look again.

Déjà Vu

Called in to recover evidence in the aftermath of a horrific explosion on a New Orleans ferry, Federal agent Doug Carlin gets pulled away from the scene and taken to a top-secret government lab that uses a time-shifting surveillance device to help prevent crime.

Credits

Déjà Vu Cast

Name Character
Adam Goldberg He was 36, now 53 years old as Dr. Alexander Denny
Bruce Greenwood He was 50, now 67 years old as Agent Jack McCready - FBI
Elle Fanning She was 8, now 26 years old as Abbey
Denzel Washington He was 51, now 69 years old as Agent Doug Carlin - ATF
Val Kilmer He was 46, now 64 years old as Agent Paul Pryzwarra - FBI
Elden Henson He was 29, now 46 years old as Gunnars
Lew Temple He was 39, now 56 years old as Paramedic
Paula Patton She was 30, now 48 years old as Claire Kuchever
Jim Caviezel He was 38, now 55 years old as Carroll Oerstadt
Douglas M. Griffin He was 40, now 57 years old as Dock Worker
Erika Alexander She was 37, now 54 years old as Shanti
Brian Howe He was 6, now 24 years old as Medical Examiner
Matt Craven He was 50, now 67 years old as Agent Larry Minuti - ATF
Gary Grubbs He was 57, now 74 years old as Police Lieutenant #2
Lara Grice She was 35, now 52 years old as Reporter
Sylvia Jefferies She was 37, now 54 years old as Reporter
David Jensen He was 56, 48 years old when he died as Ferry Official
Andy Umberger He was 49, now 67 years old as NTSB Investigator
Brandi Coleman She was 24, now 42 years old as Sailor
Carol Sutton She was 73, 51 years old when she died as Eyewitness / Survivor
Dane Rhodes as Ferry Captain
John McConnell He was 48, now 65 years old as Sheriff Reed
Donna W. Scott as Beth
Brian F. Durkin He was 30, now 48 years old as National Guard Officer
Shondrella Avery She was 35, now 53 years old as Kathy - Secretary
Rich Hutchman as Agent Stalhuth
Michael Arata He was 40, now 58 years old as Reporter
Ritchie Montgomery as Agent #1
Ted Manson He was 80, 81 years old when he died as Crying Man at Disaster
Enrique Castillo He was 56, now 74 years old as Claire's Father
Clay Steakley as Ferry Worker
Roy McCrerey as National Guardsman at Disaster
Rio Hackford He was 36, now 53 years old as Beth's Boyfriend
Randy Austin as Harbor Cop
John Will Clay as Sailor
Mark Phinney as Agent Kevin Donnelly - ATF
Margaret Lawhon as Channel 8 Reporter

Déjà Vu Crew

Name Department
Chris Lebenzon as Editor. He was 53 (now 70) years old Editing
Terry Rossio as Screenplay. He was 46 (now 63) years old Writing
Denise Chamian as Casting. Production
Suzanne Smith as Casting. Production
Kerry Barden as Casting. Production
Dan Moore as Costume Supervisor. Costume & Make-Up
Rosemary Brandenburg as Set Decoration. Art
Drew Boughton as Supervising Art Director. Art
Larry M. Cherry as Hairstylist. Costume & Make-Up
Paul Cameron as Director of Photography. He was 67 (now 84) years old Camera
Bill Marsilii as Screenplay. He was 44 (now 62) years old Writing
Jason Hellmann as Editor. Editing
Chris Seagers as Production Design. Art
Peter Zuccarini as Underwater Camera. Camera
Kathe Swanson as Hairstylist. Costume & Make-Up
Michael Kelem as Helicopter Camera. Camera
Jerry Bruckheimer as Producer. He was 63 (now 80) years old Production
Tony Scott as Director. He was 62 (68) years old when He died Directing
Ellen Mirojnick as Costume Design. She was 57 (now 74) years old Costume & Make-Up
John Skotchdopole as Camera Operator. Camera
Diana R. Lupo as Stunt Double. She was 36 (45) years old when She died Crew
Greg Funk as Makeup Artist. He was 6 (now 24) years old Costume & Make-Up
Dana Gonzales as Camera Operator. He was 43 (now 60) years old Camera
Al Di Sarro as Special Effects Coordinator. Crew
Eric Wolfe as Carpenter. Crew
Mark Meyers as Additional Camera. Camera
Déjà Vu poster
Déjà Vu (17 years)

If you think it's just a feeling, go back... and look again.

  • Release day: Wednesday, November 22, 2006
  • Runtime: 126 minutes
  • Budget: 75000000.00
  • Revenue: 180557550.00