Alita: Battle Angel is a 2019 American cyberpunk action film directed by Robert Rodriguez.

Official trailers

20th Century Fox UK on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 released the trailer:

Story intro

In the 23rd century in 2263, a catastrophic interplanetary war known as "The Fall" aka "The Great War" has left Earth devastated. 300 years later in 2563, while scouting the junkyard metropolis of Iron City, scientist Dr. Dyson Ido discovers a disembodied female cyborg with a fully intact human brain. Ido attaches a cyborg body to the brain, who does not have any recollections of her past, and names her "Alita" after his deceased daughter, for whom he originally built the body. As Alita wakes to learn about this unfamiliar world, she meets Dr. Chiren, Ido's estranged ex-wife, and befriends Hugo, a charismatic young man who passionately dreams of moving to the wealthy sky city of Zalem someday. Hugo also introduces her to the competitive sport of Motorball, a battle royale race wherein cyborg gladiators fight over a ball and win by bringing it to the finish line. Secretly, however, Hugo generates funds meant to buy his way into Zalem by mugging cyborgs and stealing their parts for Vector, an entrepreneur who owns the Motorball tournament, who in turn aims to use the parts to put together his own unbeatable champion. Alita discovers that Ido is a Hunter-Warrior when she follows him one night, and they are ambushed by three cyborg serial killers led by Grewishka. When Ido is injured, Alita instinctively attacks the cyborgs, killing two of them and severely damaging Grewishka, who retreats underground. Despite Alita rediscovering her skill in the ancient martial art of "Panzer Kunst", Ido discourages her from becoming a Hunter-Warrior. The next day, Alita finds and brings home a highly advanced cyborg body from a crashed spaceship outside the city. Recognizing the body as that of a Berserker - lethal shock troops of the rival United Republics of Mars (URM) from the war centuries ago - Ido refuses to install Alita in it, not wanting to see her life being tied to her previous warrior identity.


Rosa Salazar
Alita, a revived female cyborg suffering from amnesia - revealed to be a 300-year-old Martian commando codenamed "99" sent on a mission to take down Nova and the last of her kind -
Christoph Waltz
Dr. Dyson Ido, a renowned cyborg scientist, part-time bounty hunter and Alita's father figure
Keean Johnson
Hugo, Alita's love interest, a morally conflicted scrap dealer
Mahershala Ali
Vector, an influential entrepreneur with criminal connections
Jennifer Connelly
Dr. Chiren, Ido's estranged ex-wife, a master cyborg engineer
Ed Skrein
Zapan, an arrogant sword-wielding cyborg bounty hunter
Jackie Earle Haley
Grewishka, a huge cyborg criminal
Jorge Lendeborg Jr.
Tanji, Hugo's scrap dealer friend and accomplice in crime
Lana Condor
Koyomi, a kinder friend of Hugo's group
Idara Victor
Nurse Gerhad, Ido's assistant
Eiza González
Nyssiana, a wanted criminal cyborg assassin and Grewishka's subordinate
Derek Mears
Romo, a wanted criminal cyborg assassin and Grewishka's subordinate
Jeff Fahey
McTeague, a Hunter-Warrior
Rick Yune
Master Clive Lee, a Hunter-Warior
Marko Zaror
Ajakutty, a Motorball player
Leonard Wu
Kinuba, a Motorball player
Elle LaMont
Screwhead, a female Hunter-Warrior
Casper Van Dien
Amok, one of Ido's former cyborg patients
Edward Norton appears
Nova, the powerful immortal Zalem mad scientist
Michelle Rodriguez appears
Gelda, a Martian cyborg commander from the 23rd century
Jai Courtney cameos
Jashugan, a Motorball Champion


The film Alita: Battle Angel was scheduled to be released by 20th Century Fox on January 31, 2019 (Odeon Leicester Square), on February 5, 2019 (Singapore), on February 6, 2019 (United Kingdom), on February 8, 2019 (India), on February 14, 2019 (United States, Germany) and on February 22, 2019 (Japan, People's Republic of China).

The duration of the film is 122 minutes. With a budget of $170 million, the film grossed over $400.3 million.

The film had received a "PG-13" rating.


Alita: Battle Angel got high rating from critics. The audience also likes the film. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A-" on a scale ranging from A+ to F.

External links

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