In the action packedSkyscraperDwayne Johnson plays former FBI agent Will Sawyer. Framed and on the run, Sawyer must save his family from a blazing fire in the world’s tallest building.
USA / 102 minutes / 2018
Writer and Director:Rawson Thurber
Dwayne Johnson as Will Sawyer
Neve Campbell as Sarah Sawyer
Pablo Schreiber as Ben
Roland Møller as Kores Botha
Adrian Holmes as Ajani Okeke
Byron Mann as Inspector Wu
Chin Han as Zhao Long Ji
McKenna Roberts as Georgia Sawyer
Noah Cottrell as Henry Sawyer
Noah Taylor as Mr. Pierce
Elfina Luk as Sergeant Han
Paul McGillion as On-Scene Commander
Venus Terzo as Hostage Negotiator
Gretal Montgomery as Ray’s Wife
Vivian Full as Ben’s Neighbour
Kathy Wu as Cantonese Newscaster
Malin Barr as Swedish Newscaster
Beatrice Ilg as Asian Lady
Jason William Day as Botha’s Thug #1
Ryan Handley as Botha’s Thug #2
Sean Kohnke as Botha’s Thug #3
Hannah Quinlivan as Xia
Kayden Magnuson as Ray’s Daughter
Byron Lawson as Suit #1
Shawn Stewart as Botha’s Thug #4
Brian Ho as Shady Man
Nelson Wong as News Camera Man
Colin Corrigan as Windbreaker Man
Omari Newton as Hostage Rescue Commander
Tina Tong as Building Voice (voice)
Carlo Yu as HKP Officer #1
Dimitry Tsoy as HKP Officer #2
Allen Keng as HKP Officer #3
Sam Yunussov as Penthouse Guard #1
Glenn Chow as Maintenance Technician
Robert Boyce as Helicopter Pilot
Aaron Au as Police Sniper
Grace Wang as News Reporter #1
Marcus Sim as News Reporter #2
Rene Wang as Hong Kong Newscaster
Lawrence Chau as Chinese Newscaster #2
Evan Lai as Chinese Newscaster #3
Shamel Hashish as Arabic Speaking Newscaster
Matthew Wolf as British Newscaster
Fabio Tassone as French Newscaster
Leanne Suter as American Newscaster #1
Rick Chambers as American Newscaster #2
Lasaundra Gibson as American Newscaster #3
Wendy Jacobson as Zhao Interviewer
Sarah K. Thurber as Ferry Princess
Hung Huynh as Asian Hipster
Matt O’Leary as Skinny Hacker
Paul Wu as Penthouse Guard #2
Tzi Ma as Fire Chief Sheng
Kevin Rankin as Ray
Jett Klyne as Ray’s Son
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