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Once and for All
Directed by

Sam Mendes

Produced by

Barbara Broccoli
Matthew Vaughn
Michael G. Wilson

Based on

Battlefield: Spec Ops II

Starring

Jon Bernthal
LL Cool J
Daniel Craig
Michael Fassbender
Enver Gjokaj
Jennifer Lawrence
Andrew Lincoln
Tobias Menzies
David Morrissey
Chris O'Donnell
Ludger Pistor
Ola Rapace
Michael Rooker
Jason Statham
Oleg Taktarov
Christoph Waltz

Cinematography

Phil Méheux

Editing by

Stuart Baird
Lee Smith

Studio

New Regency Productions
Summit Entertainment

Adaptation:
CJ Entertainment (South Korea)

Distributed by

20th Century Fox
Lionsgate Films
Paramount Pictures

Release date(s)

April 22, 2024

Running time

194 minutes

Country

Australia
United Kingdom
United States

Language

English
Russian

Budget

US$1,489,012,889

Box office

US$15,982,146,734

Once and for All is the second film installment of the Spec Ops series and the fourth installment of the series overall. The story of the film is inspired by the Battlefield: Spec Ops II video game.

SeriesEdit

PrequelEdit

SequelEdit

PlotEdit

CastEdit

MainEdit

Minor rolesEdit

Many other people were given roles, such as being communist fighters, GUARDIAN soldiers, Cuban congressmen, and civilians.

ProductionEdit

DevelopmentEdit

ResearchEdit

The development of the film involved extensive research from regions to streets.

Pre-productionEdit

CastingEdit

CrewEdit

Location scoutingEdit

EffectsEdit

The special effects of Once and for All payed a partial contribution to the 1.4 billion dollar movie. In the filming of the Brazilian sequence, a dark grey Aston Martin Vanquish is driven by Fassbender in São Paulo.

FilmingEdit

MusicEdit

A number of musicians came forward during pre-production for their songs to be used in the film. People such as Jay-Z, Katy Perry, OneRepublic, and Snoop Lion came forward with their singles for Once and for All. On the other hand, only Eric Clapton was personally asked for the use of "Tears in Heaven" in Once and for All, which was accepted.

SoundtrackEdit

In the final phase of pre-development, only sixteen singles made the cut; each song ranging from three to four minutes, the soundtrack spans a total of one hour and fifty-six seconds.

Once and for All Original Soundtrack
No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Roar"  Katy Perry 03:42
2. "Tears in Heaven"  Eric Clapton and Will Jennings 04:30
3. "Stop and Stare"  OneRepublic 03:44
4. "You're Beautiful"  James Blunt 03:22
5. "So Good"  B.o.B 03:33
6. "Radioactive"  Imagine Dragons 03:07
7. "You Found Me"  The Fray 04:04
8. "It Will Rain"  Bruno Mars 04:17
9. "Here Without You"  3 Doors Down 03:59
10. "Far Away"  Nickelback 03:42
11. "I Never Told You"  Colbie Caillat 03:48
12. "Line in the Sand"  Motörhead 03:43
13. "One More Night"  Maroon 5 03:39
14. "A Thousand Years"  Christina Perri 04:48
15. "It's Not Over"  Daughtry 03:27
16. "Apologize"  Timbaland 03:31
Total length:
1:00:56

Release and receptionEdit

Box officeEdit

Critical receptionEdit

BoycottsEdit

Due to the anti-communist nature of the film, Once and for All was banned in five countries: China, Cuba, Laos, North Korea, and Vietnam.

MarketingEdit

MerchandisingEdit

PromotionsEdit

Home mediaEdit

AccoladesEdit

Film staffEdit

Due to the nature of the film and the money that was spent in the production, many companies were hired for the production of Once and for All.

Company Duty
Moving Picture Company Employed for the creation of digital visual effects for Once and for All.

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