Besetzung und Stab von Mars Attacks, Regisseur: Tim Burton. Besetzung: Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close, Pierce Brosnan, Annette Bening. Trotzdem oder vielleicht gerade deswegen ist Mars Attacks! ein vergnüglicher Filmspass, der eine Vielzahl von Hollywoodstars wie Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Mars Attacks" von Tim Burton: Gibt es intelligentes Leben im Weltall? Falls ja, sind die Außerirdischen friedlich oder wollen sie.
total klassischMars Attacks! ist eine Science-Fiction-Filmkomödie des Regisseurs Tim Burton aus dem Jahr Produziert wurde sie von Warner Bros. Der Film wurde in. In Mars Attacks! wird die Erde von einer Gruppe Marsmenschen überfallen, die nicht nur unschlagbare Waffen, sondern auch einen grausamen Sinn für Humor. Besetzung und Stab von Mars Attacks, Regisseur: Tim Burton. Besetzung: Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close, Pierce Brosnan, Annette Bening.
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How did you buy your ticket? The cards proved popular with children, but depictions of explicit gore and implied sexual content caused an outcry, leading the company to halt production.
In the s, Topps began developing merchandise based on the Mars Attacks storyline, including mini-comic books and card reprints.
Director Tim Burton released a film called Mars Attacks! In , Topps released a 50th anniversary expanded set of 75 cards called Mars Attacks Heritage , leading to a fourth round of merchandising that continued into with the release of an official sequel series, Mars Attacks: The Revenge!
The Mars Attacks trading card series was created by Topps in Product developer Len Brown , inspired by Wally Wood's cover for EC Comics ' Weird Science 16,  pitched the idea to Woody Gelman.
Gelman and Brown created the story—with Brown writing the copy—and created rough sketches. They enlisted Wood to flesh out the sketches and Bob Powell to finish them.
Norman Saunders painted most of the card set. The cards, which sold for five cents per pack of five, were test marketed by Topps through the dummy corporation Bubbles, Inc.
Sales were sufficient to expand the marketing and the name was changed to Mars Attacks. The cards sparked parental and community outrage over their graphic violence and implied sexuality.
Topps responded initially by repainting 13 of the 55 cards to reduce the gore and sexuality. However, inquiries from a Connecticut district attorney caused Topps to halt production of the series altogether before the replacements could even be printed.
In , the first official item was released since the original set appeared. A direct copy of the original set of 55 cards - plus a 56 card that reprinted the wrapper graphics.
Released by Renata Galasso Inc through an agreement with Topps Chewing Gum. In , Topps re-released the cards as the expanded Mars Attacks Archives , with the original 55 cards and 45 "New Visions" cards.
Zeigler Timi Prulhiere White House Tour Guide Barbet Schroeder Maurice, the French President Chi Hoang Cai Lee Tommy Bush Hillbilly Joseph Maher White House Decorator Gloria M.
Nun Betty Bunch Nun Gloria Hoffmann Nun Willie Garson Corporate Guy John Roselius GNN Boss Michael Reilly Burke GNN Reporter Valerie Wildman GNN Reporter Richard Irving GNN Reporter Jonathan Emerson Newscaster Tamara 'Gingir' Curry Hooker Rebecca Broussard Hooker Vinny Argiro Brian, Casino Manager Steve Valentine TV Director Coco Leigh Female Journalist Jeffrey King NASA Technician Enrique Castillo Hispanic Colonel Don Lamoth Colonel 2 C.
Wayne Owens Stranger Joseph Patrick Moynihan Stranger Roger Peterson Colonel John Finnegan Speaker of the House Ed Lambert Morose Old Guy John Gray Incredibly Old Guy Gregg Daniel Lab Technician J.
Kenneth Campbell Doctor Rance Howard Texan Investor Jeanne Mori Doctor Richard Assad Saudi Investor Velletta Carlson Elderly Woman Playing Slots Kevin Mangan Trailer Lover Rebeca Silva Hispanic Woman Josh Philip Weinstein Hippie as Josh Weinstein Julian Barnes White House Waiter as Juian Barnes Ken Thomas White House Photographer Darelle Porter Holden Tom Jones Backup Singer Christi Black Tom Jones Backup Singer as Cristi Black Sharon Hendrix Tom Jones Backup Singer Frank Welker Various Martians voice as Frank W.
Welker Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Jim Beatty Reporter uncredited John Bradley Reporter uncredited Colleen Ann Brah Tom Jones Show Girl uncredited Greg Bronson Businessman at Newsstand uncredited Mac Canepi Desert Landing Spectator uncredited Maria Celeste Genitempo Spectator uncredited Geri Gilmore Old Hippy Lady uncredited Roger Jackson Translator Device voice uncredited Walter Ludwig Navy-Band Member uncredited Johnny Mansbach Tourist uncredited Stephanie Masoner Ambassador Martian uncredited Scott McKinley Reporter uncredited Bob Pepper Attacked Citizen uncredited Kelly Lynn Richards Washington DC Tourist uncredited David Sherrill Swenson uncredited William Victor Skrabanek Congressman uncredited Alexandra Smothers The film is now considered a cult film.
A spaceship is seen departing from Earth and returning to Mars, where it gathers hundreds of other Martian ships and heads back to Earth.
President James Dale Jack Nicholson , along with his aides, addresses the United States concerning the historic event. Several days later, the President's science aides set up a first contact meeting with the Martians in Pahrump, Nevada , as Dale watches the development on television with his wife Marsha Glenn Close and his daughter Taffy Natalie Portman.
Using a translation machine , the Ambassador of Mars announces that they "come in peace". When a hippy releases a dove as a symbol of peace, the Ambassador shoots it before he and the other Martians massacre most of the people at the event, including General Casey Paul Winfield , news reporter Jason Stone Michael J.
Fox , and young private Billy-Glenn Norris Jack Black , before capturing chat-show host and Stone's co-worker and girlfriend Nathalie Lake Sarah Jessica Parker and her pet chihuahua, Poppy.
Thinking that the Martians assumed that the dove was a symbol of war, Dale tells Professor Donald Kessler Pierce Brosnan to renegotiate with the Martians, whose ambassador later requests to address the U.
At this meeting, the Martians massacre most of Congress. Kessler begs the Martian ambassador to stop, but is knocked unconscious and taken aboard their ship, where he is later shown with his body dismembered and his disembodied head remaining animated.
General Decker tries to persuade Dale to retaliate with nuclear warfare, but he refuses. After a failed attempt to assassinate Dale in which a disguised Martian is killed, the Martians invade Earth in droves, starting with Washington, D.
As they attack the White House , the U. Secret Service evacuates Dale, but Marsha is crushed to death by the Nancy Reagan chandelier and Taffy is separated from them during the chaos.
After the President of France is assassinated by the Martians that night, the U. Eventually, the Martian leader and two other Martians breach the bunker where Dale has been taken and reduce Decker to the size of an insect before killing him.
The Martians kill everyone else in the bunker except for Dale, who makes an impassioned speech in an attempt to plead for peace and his life.
The Martian leader appears to be moved by the speech and seemingly agrees to a truce with Dale, but then uses a gadget disguised as a hand to kill him.
As the Martians ravage Las Vegas, Byron Williams Jim Brown , a former world champion boxer turned casino employee, leads a small group of survivors consisting of Barbara Land, Tom Jones, Byron's co-worker waitress Cindy, and a rude gambling lawyer Danny DeVito to an airfield in the hope of flying a small jet to safety.
They barely make it there, losing the lawyer in the process who was killed by a Martian , but discover a large group of Martians along with the ambassador stationed there as they are preparing to take off.
Byron creates a diversion by challenging them to a fistfight. While he succeeds in killing the ambassador, he is outnumbered and overwhelmed by the other Martians, but Tom, Barbara and Cindy manage to escape.
While going to rescue his grandmother, Florence, Billy-Glenn's brother Richie Lukas Haas discovers that the Martians' heads explode when they hear Slim Whitman 's " Indian Love Call ".
Richie and Florence then drive around town, using the song to kill Martians, and broadcast the song on a local radio station.
Thereafter, armed forces broadcast the song around the globe, killing the Martian leader and most, if not all, of the other Martians.
Nathalie and Kessler's disembodied heads kiss while the Martian spaceship they are on crashes into the ocean, killing both of them.
In the aftermath, Barbara, Cindy, and Jones emerge from a cave with some wild animals to see dozens of crashed Martian ships in Lake Tahoe.
Taffy awards Richie and Florence the Medal of Honor. Byron, who survived the Martian brawl, arrives in Washington, D. In , Alex Cox pitched the idea of a film based on the Mars Attacks trading card series as a joint-production to Orion and Tristar Pictures.
He wrote three drafts over the next four years, but was replaced by Martin Amis before Orion and Tristar placed Mars Attacks in turnaround.
Jonathan Gems , who had previously written multiple unproduced screenplays for director Tim Burton , came up with his own idea for a Mars Attacks film in The writer pitched both concepts of Mars Attacks and Dinosaurs Attack!
Wood, Jr. Burton set Mars Attacks! Gems completed his original script in , which was budgeted by Warner Bros. Gems eventually returned to the project, writing a total of 12 drafts of the script.
Although he is credited with both the screen story and screenplay of Mars Attacks! Scenes featuring Martians attacking China, the Philippines, Japan, Europe, Africa, India and Russia were deleted from the screenplay.