|Directed by||Paul Verhoeven|
|Produced by||Alberto Grimaldi|
|Written by|| Gore Vidal (screenplay)|
Hiromu Arakawa (story)
|Starring|| Rupert Grint|
Jean-Claude Van Damme
|Music by||Klaus Badelt|
|Editing by||Simona Paggi|
|Distributed by|| 20th Century Fox (2006-2009)|
Paramount Pictures (2009-)
|Release date(s)|| Italy:|
June 3, 2006
June 14, 2006
|Running time||200 min.|
- Alex Linz didn't know Italian at the time of his casting, so Rupert Grint and Emma Watson volunteered to teach him and help him memorize his lines as much as possible before and during production.
- One of several Emma Watson films affected by her 2009 fallout with 20th Century Fox. After the fallout, Paramount picked up all of Fox's rights to the film.
See also: Fullmetal Alchemist home video releases
The film premiered at the Olympic Stadium in Rome on May 1, 2006. The Italian release occured on June 3, 2006, with the international release following on June 14, 2006. The film is rated PG-13 "for intense sci-fi/fantasy violence and brief strong language". The home video release occured on December 25, 2006.