I Am Number Four

Three like him have already been killed…he is Number Four.

I Am Number Four (2011)

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A teenage fugitive with an incredible secret races to stay one step ahead of the mysterious forces seeking destroy him in this sci-fi action thriller. With three dead and one on the run, the race to find the elusive Number Four begins. Outwardly normal teen John Smith never gets too comfortable in the same identity, and along with his guardian, Henri, he is constantly moving from town to town. With each passing day, John gains a stronger grasp on his extraordinary new powers, and his bond to the beings that share his fantastic fate grows stronger.

Director: D.J. Caruso
Writers: Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, Marti Noxon.

I Am Number Four Vodly
Vodly Score: 6/10 from 2580 votes
Release Date: 2011-02-18
Status: Released
Run time: 109 min / 1:49
Budget: $50,000,000
Revenue: $144,492,830
Production Companies : Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Big Entertainment, Bay Films, DreamWorks
Production Country: United States of America

Casts

Alex Pettyfer
as John Smith / Number Four
Timothy Olyphant
as Henri Smith
Teresa Palmer
as Number Six / Maren Elizabeth
Dianna Agron
as Sarah Hart
Callan McAuliffe
as Sam Goode
Jake Abel
as Mark James
Kevin Durand
as Mogadorian Commander
Garrett M. Brown
as Mr. Simms
Patrick Sebes
as Kevin
Emily Wickersham
as Nicole
Jeff Hochendoner
as Sherriff James
Greg Townley
as Number 3
Reuben Langdon
as Number 3's Guardian
Molly McGinnis
as Receptionist
Brian Howe
as Frank
Andy Owen
as Bret
Sophia Caruso
as Girl on Street
Charles Carroll
as Sam's Stepdad
L. Derek Leonidoff
as Mr. Berhman
Sabrina de Matteo
as Physics Teacher
Cooper Thornton
as Sarah's Dad
Judith Hoag
as Sarah's Mom
Jack Walz
as Sarah's Brother
Bill Laing
as Demented Farmer
Beau Mirchoff
as Drew
Cody Johns
as Kern
Isabella Robbins
as Teen At Party
Damien Walters
as MOG Warrior
Jon Braver
as MOG Warrior
Kevin Cassidy
as MOG Warrior
Matt Leonard
as MOG Warrior
Nash Edgerton
as MOG Warrior
Carrick O'Quinn
as MOG Warrior
Tim Sitarz
as MOG Warrior
Steve Upton
as MOG Warrior
Tucker Albrizzi
as Tuck (uncredited)
Karen Allen
as Sam's Mom (scenes deleted) (uncredited)
Amelia Compton
as Girl in Car (uncredited)
Megan Follows
as Supermarket Cashier (uncredited)
Brittany Forringer
as Cheerleader / Party Guest (uncredited)
William Kania
as Carnival Patron (uncredited)
Kira Marie
as Friend (uncredited)
Andre' Mason
as Sheriff Deputy (uncredited)
Doug Michaels
as Student / Party Boy (uncredited)
Jackson Nunn
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Brenna Roth
as News Reporter (uncredited)
Zoe Simek
as Girl in Classroom (uncredited)
Michelle Vezzani
as Carnival Patron (uncredited)
Morgan Wolk
as Teen #1 (uncredited)

Crew

Directing D.J. Caruso Director
Writing Alfred Gough Screenplay
Writing Miles Millar Screenplay
Writing Marti Noxon Screenplay
Writing Jobie Hughes Novel
Writing James Frey Novel
Production Michael Bay Producer
Production Emily Berger Producer
Production James M. Freitag Producer
Production Chris Bender Executive Producer
Production Matthew Cohan Executive Producer
Production J.C. Spink Executive Producer
Production David Valdes Executive Producer
Sound Trevor Rabin Original Music Composer
Editing Vince Filippone Editor
Editing Jim Page Editor
Production Deborah Aquila Casting
Production Tricia Wood Casting
Art Tom Southwell Production Design
Costume & Make-Up Marie-Sylvie Deveau Costume Design
Visual Effects Jack De La Mare Visual Effects
Camera Guillermo Navarro Director of Photography

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