|Rob Cohen Director||previously directed The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor|
After Washington DC police detective Alex Cross is told that a family member has been murdered, he vows to track down the killer. He soon discovers that she was not his first victim and that things are not what they seem.
The movie was going to be called I, ALEX CROSS. A teaser poster was even released with that title. However, in late June it was announced the movie would be shortened to ALEX CROSS.1 More Trivia
Alex Cross's partner refers to him as a wizard and that everyone else is a muggle, the name for non magical people in the Harry Potter world.
|James Patterson||Based on a novel by|
|Tyler Perry||Alex Cross|
|Edward Burns||Tommy Kane|
|Jean Reno||Leon Mercier|
|Rachel Nichols||Monica Ashe|
|Cicely Tyson||Nana Mama|
|Giancarlo Esposito||Daramus Holiday|
|Stephanie Jacobson||Fan Yau|
|John C. McGinley||Richard Brookwell|
|Chad Lindberg||Vincent Dardis|
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Bill Block and Paul Hanson originally attempted to develop I, Alex Cross with Vistor Pictures. According to Block and Hanson, negotiations fell through and--with no agreement signed--the duo made a deal with QED instead (QED made the movie). Vistor Pictures claims they were very much involved in the film's creation and deserves mention in the credits as well as monetary compensation. Anticipating either legal action or a press attack (or both) from Vistor, QED sued to have Vistor take back their accusations and be barred from attempted to sue QED. The suit is ongoing.