Plot: Lucy is forced to work as a drug mule. The drug implanted in her body inadvertently leaks into her system, changing her into a superhuman, due to accessing much more than the normal 10% of her brain capacity. She can absorb knowledge instantaneously, is able to move objects with her mind, and cannot feel pain or other discomforts.

Rating: R for strong violence, disturbing images, and sexuality

Directed By: Luc Besson

Written By: Luc Besson

Production: Europa Corp., TF1 Films Production

In Theaters: July 25, 2014

Box Office: $126,546,825 (USA)

Budget: $40,000,000 (estimated)

Runtime: 1 hr. 29 mins.


Lucy – Scarlett Johansson
Professor Norman – Morgan Freeman
Mr. Jang – Min-sik Choi
Pierre Del Rio – Amr Waked
The Limey – Julian Rhind-Tutt
Richard – Pilou Asbæk
Caroline – Analeigh Tipton
Jii – Nicolas Phongpheth
German Mule – Jan Oliver Schroeder
Italian Mule – Luca Angeletti
Professor – Loïc Brabant
Professor – Pierre Grammont
Professor – Pierre Poirot
Professor – Bertrand Quoniam
Drug Addict – Pascal Loison
Airport Doctor – Pierre Gérard
Airport Nurse – Isabelle Cagnat
Cabin Manager – Frédéric Chau
Flight Attendant – Claire Tran
Business Man Plane – François Legrand
Customs Officer – Bob Martet

Cop Daniel – Cédric Chevalme
Cop Robert – Alexis Rangheard
Cop Sergeant – Tonio Descanvelle
Cop – Christophe Lavalle
Cop – Julien Personnaz
Student – Matthew Bravais
Student – Renaud Cestre
Student – Thibault Segouin
Student – Claire Zaniolo
Marco Brezzi – Alessandro Giallocosta
Berlin Custom Officer – Wolfgang Pissors
Chinese Doctor – Sifan Shao
Taipei Surgeon – Paul Chan
Jang’s Men – I. Cheng-Sheng
Jang’s Men – Chung-Wei Chou
Jang’s Men – Huan Jhih-Cyuan (Mou Syu Li)
Jang’s Men – Frank Ma
Jang’s Men – Sheng-En Tseng
Mahjong Room Man – Liu Hsieh-Min
Prehistoric Lucy – Sandra Abouav
Prehistoric Man – Abel Aboualiten
Regent Hotel Concierge #1 – Ken Lin
Lucy’s Driver – Feng Hsing
Warehouse Man Driver – Hao-Hsiang Hsu