PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Horror
A single mistake in the past, by a time travel company in the future, has devastating and unforeseen consequences.
A video game based on this movie was released for the Game Boy Advance. It also had been considerably delayed, and ended up coming out slightly before the movie, in March 2005. It was an overhead shooter with some driving stages, and included support for co-op and deathmatch multiplayer via link cable. A third-person action-adventure shooter based on The Thing (2002) engine was being developed by Computer Artworks for BAM! Entertainment for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox, but ended up being cancelled. Its plot differed from that of this movie: the changes in the course of evolution were not an accident, but acts of terrorism caused by a Luddite cult. The "present" time was also changed to 2038. The game was to have nine missions taking place in the past and present. Real-life bands would have been hired to provide the music.
I haven't seen any wildlife yet. We could be in downtown Pittsburgh, for all I know.
Sonya has blood on her left cheek while talking with Travis on the sidewalk. It's gone when they cross the street to the median but it returns when they get to the Zoo.
Opening Card: In the year 2055, A new technology was invented that could change the world... or destroy it. a man named Charles Hatton used it to make money.
For the Dutch DVD release the aspect ratio was changed from 2,35:1 to 1,78:1.
$917,398 4 September 2005