|Directed by||David Twohy|
|Produced by||Gale Anne Hurd|
|Written by|| Screenplay:|
Gale Anne Hurd
|Starring|| Daniel Radcliffe|
|Music by||James Horner|
|Editing by||Conrad Buff|
|Studio|| Relativity Media|
Pacific Western Productions
|Distributed by|| Universal Pictures|
|Release date(s)||April 16, 2010|
|Running time||125 min.|
|Country|| United Kingdom|
The story takes place on the planet Maris in the year 2387. Around this time, the Nozas started to genocidally kill all humans in order to lay eggs and reproduce on the planet. Three mysterious guns dubbed the "Zillion Weapon System" appear and three teens (JJ, Champ, and Apple) are chosen to wield them as the White Knights in order to fight back against the Nozas.
|Daniel Radcliffe||J.J.||Daniel Radcliffe||Mitsuo Iwata|
|Rupert Grint||Champ||Rupert Grint||Tomokazu Sugita|
|Emma Watson||Apple||Emma Watson||Emma Watson|
|Bonnie Wright||Amy Harrison||Alondra Hidalgo||Aya Hirano|
|Jack Nicholson||Gord||Jesse Conde||Yuzuru Fujimoto|
|Jake Thomas||Dave||Benjamín Rivera||Nozomu Sasaki|
- While Universal and MGM both distributed the film, MGM was the only company credited out of the two in the opening credits. Interestingly, their logo only appears at the end, while Universal's logo appears at the start of the film.
- The film features a cameo by Mark Wahlberg as a minor Noza that Apple guns down.
- Based on episodes 1-5 of the anime Zillion.
- Called "Zillion: The Beginning" internationally.
- MGM owns the television rights, while Universal holds theatrical and home video rights.
See also: Zillion home video releases
The premiere took place at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario. The film was released on April 16, 2010. The film is rated PG "for sci-fi violence and some language". The home video release is scheduled for August 18, 2010.