Want to know where The Rock from 1996 was filmed? The movie starring Sean Connery, Nicolas Cage and Ed Harris was shot at more than 5 locations, including Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco, United States. All the filming locations of The Rock are listed below.
FBI chemical warfare expert Stanley Goodspeed is sent on an urgent mission with a former British spy, John Patrick Mason, to stop Gen. Francis X. Hummel from launching chemical weapons on Alcatraz Island into San Francisco. Gen. Hummel demands $100 million in war reparations to be paid to the families of slain servicemen who died on covert operations. After their SEAL team is wiped out, Stanley and John deal with the soldiers on their own.
Adventure, Action, Thriller
United States of America
Sean Connery (John Patrick Mason), Nicolas Cage (Dr. Stanley Goodspeed), Ed Harris (Brigadier General Francis X. Hummel, USMC), William Forsythe (Special Agent Ernest Paxton), David Morse (Major Tom Baxter), John Spencer (FBI Director James Womack) more..., Michael Biehn (Commander Charles Anderson), Tony Todd (Captain Darrow), Gregory Sporleder (Captain Frye), Vanessa Marcil (Carla Pestalozzi), Claire Forlani (Jade Angelou), John C. McGinley (Marine Captain Hendrix), Bokeem Woodbine (Sergeant Crisp), Steve Harris (Private McCoy), Greg Collins (Private Gamble), Brendan Kelly (Private Cox), Danny Nucci (Lieutenant Shephard), Celeste Weaver (Stacy Richards), Todd Louiso (Marvin Isherwood), David Bowe (Dr. Ling), Raquel Krelle (Agent Margie Wood), Jim Maniaci (Private Scarpetti), Billy Devlin (Navy Seals), Jim Caviezel (Rear F-18 Pilot), Ingo Neuhaus (Marine That Dies), John Laughlin (General Peterson), Harry Humphries (Navy Admiral), Willie Garson (Francis Reynolds), John Enos III (Sea Stallion Pilot), Xander Berkeley (Lonner (uncredited)), Raymond Cruz (Sergeant Rojas (uncredited)), Matthew James Gulbranson (U.S. Marine (uncredited)), Philip Baker Hall (Chief Justice (uncredited)), Pat Skipper (Navy Lt. Commander (uncredited)), Stuart Wilson (General Al Kramer (uncredited)), Stanley Anderson (The President (uncredited)), David Marshall Grant (Chief of Staff Hayden Sinclair (uncredited)), Anthony Clark (Paul the Hotel Barber)
David Weisberg (Screenplay), Douglas Cook (Screenplay), Mark Rosner (Screenplay), Jerry Bruckheimer (Producer), Sean Connery (Executive Producer), Don Simpson (Producer), Louis A. Stroller (Executive Producer) more..., William Stuart (Executive Producer), Nick Glennie-Smith (Original Music Composer), Hans Zimmer (Original Music Composer), John Schwartzman (Director of Photography), Richard Francis-Bruce (Editor), Matsune Suzuki (Modeling), Michael White (Production Design), Bobbie Read (Costume Design), Karen Golden (Script Supervisor), Jeanne Byrd (Script Supervisor), Rosemary Brandenburg (Set Decoration), Frank Masi (Still Photographer), Kenny Bates (Stunt Coordinator), Keith A. Wester (Sound mixer), Kevin O’Connell (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Greg P. Russell (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), George Watters II (Supervising Sound Editor), John Finklea (Music Editor), Bob Badami (Music Editor), James W. Tyson (Costume Supervisor), Heidi Levitt (Casting), Billy Hopkins (Casting), John Owens (Electrician), Hoyt Yeatman (Visual Effects Supervisor), Don Simpson (In Memory Of), Jonathan Hensleigh (Screenplay), Webster Whinery (Stunt Double), Edward T. McAvoy (Art Direction), Mark W. Mansbridge (Art Direction), Pete Antico (Stunts), Edward Conna (Stunt Double), Steve Kelso (Stunt Double), Dick Ziker (Stunts) and others.
Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Hollywood Pictures
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General Hummel visits the grave of his wife asking her to forgive him for what he is about to do.
** spoiler alert ** John Mason is taken to the Fairmont Hotel where he gets a haircut. He escape via the balcony above the lobby.
A heavily guarded Mason is brought in to negotiate with the authorities.
** spoiler alert ** Stanley Goodspeed saves the day, but he himself is rescued by Mason. Goodspeed rewards him by letting him go and telling his boss that Mason has died. Mason gives Stanley a note telling him to forget Maui and go to Kansas instead.
John Mason escapes custody and makes contact with his daughter. They meet at The Palace of Fine Arts. Stanley Goodspeed gives Mason the opportunity to talk to his daughter but then takes him into custody again.