7500 (film)

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Directed by Takashi Shimizu
Written by Craig Rosenberg
Starring Jamie Chung
Ryan Kwanten
Amy Smart
Nicky Whelan
Scout Taylor-Compton
Leslie Bibb
Jerry Ferrara
Aja Evans
Rick Kelly
Music by Tyler Bates[1]
Cinematography David Tattersall
Edited by Sean Valla
CBS Films
Vertigo Entertainment
Ozla Pictures
Ozla Productions
Distributed by CBS Films
Release date(s) June 11, 2014 (Philippines)
October 2014 (UK & USA)
Running time 97 minutes
Country United States
Language English

7500 is a 2014 American supernatural film directed by Takashi Shimizu. It was originally scheduled to be released on August 12, 2012, but was delayed to April 19, 2013, and then to an unspecified date in October, 2013, based on a tweet from actress Scout Taylor-Compton,[2] which came and went without a release.


Flight 7500 departs Los Angeles International Airport bound for Tokyo. Halfway through the flight, the plane hits unexpected and horrific turbulence.

Once the turbulence subsides, businessman, Lance, who carries with him a mysterious box, complains of chest pains. The flight attendants ask for help from the passengers and find Brad, who is an EMT by profession, and Rick, who knows CPR. Unfortunately, Brad and Rick’s efforts prove futile and Lance dies. It is agreed that the corpse will be moved to a different part of the plane away from the passengers while they continue to their destination.

But something isn’t right. It’s getting stranger and creepier ever since Lance died and his corpse goes missing. The passengers encounter what appears to be a supernatural force in the cabin …



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