Still the man, any questions?

Categories: Action, Adventure, Crime, Thriller
New York police detective John Shaft arrests Walter Wade Jr. for a racially motivated slaying. But the only eyewitness disappears, and Wade jumps bail for Switzerland. Two years later Wade returns to face trial, confident his money and influence will get him acquitted -- especially since he's paid a drug kingpin to kill the witness.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 2000-06-15
Run time: 99 minute / 1:39
Budget: $46,000,000
Revenue: $107,196,498
Director: John Singleton
Writers: Richard Price, Shane Salerno, John Singleton.
Production Companies : Paramount, Scott Rudin Productions, New Deal Productions, Shaft Productions, Munich Film Partners & Company (MFP) GHS Productions
Production Countries: Germany, United States of America



Samuel L. Jackson
as John Shaft
Vanessa Williams
as Carmen Vasquez
Jeffrey Wright
as Peoples Hernandez
Christian Bale
as Walter Wade, Jr.
Busta Rhymes
as Rasaan
Dan Hedaya
as Jack Roselli
Toni Collette
as Diane Palmieri
Richard Roundtree
as "Uncle" John Shaft
Ruben Santiago-Hudson
as Jimmy Groves
Josef Sommer
as Curt Flemming
Lynne Thigpen
as Carla Howard
Philip Bosco
as Walter Wade Senior
Pat Hingle
as Judge Dennis Bradford
Lee Tergesen
as Luger
Daniel von Bargen
as Lt Kearney
Francisco 'Coqui' Taveras
as Lucifer
Sonja Sohn
as Alice
Peter McRobbie
as Lt. Cromertie
Zach Grenier
as Harrison Loeb
Richard Cocchiaro
as Frank Palmieri
Ron Castellano
as Mike Palmieri
Freddie Ricks
as Big Raymond
Sixto Ramos
as Bonehead
Andre Royo
as Tattoo
Richard Barboza
as Dominican
Mekhi Phifer
as Trey Howard
Gano Grills
as Cornbread
Catherine Kellner
as Ivy
Philip Rudolph
as Uniform Sergeant
Angela Pietropinto
as Mrs Ann Palmieri
Joe Quintero
as Asst DA Hector Torres
Lanette Ware
as Terry
Stu 'Large' Riley
as Leon
Mark Zeisler
as DA Andrew Nicoli
Capital Jay
as Golem
Bonz Malone
as Malik
Henry G. Thomas
as Malik's Crew
Brian Oswald Talbot
as Malik's Crew
Preston Thomas
as Malik's Crew
Marshall T. Broughton
as Malik's Crew
Ann Ducati
as Aunt Toni DeCarlo
Lisa Cooley
as News Anchor
Elizabeth Banks
as Trey's Friend
Scott Lucy
as Trey's Friend
Chris Orr
as Walter's Friend
Christopher Orr
as Walter's Friend
Evan Farmer
as Walter's Friend
Will Chase
as Walter's Friend
Jeff Branson
as Walter's Friend
Jerome Preston Bates
as Desk Sergeant
John Elsen
as Uniform Cop in Metronome
Nadine Mozon
as Abused Woman
Lawrence Taylor
as Lamont
Caprice Benedetti
as Karen
John Cunningham
as Judge
Louie Leonardo
as Pistolero
Tony Rhune
as Pistolero
Fidel Vicioso
as Pistolero
F. Valentino Morales
as Enforcer
Myron Primes
as Young Blood
as Young Blood
Travis Brandon Rosa
as Fighting Boy
Matthew Wallace
as Fighting Boy
Luis Torres
as Fat Man
John Wojda
as Construction Worker
Ahmed Al-Khan
as Bystander at Metronome
Amer Al-Khan
as Bystander at Metronome
Rashid Feleyfel
as Bystander at Metronome
Gordon Parks
as Lenox Lounge Patron
Joan Baker
as "Uncle" John Shaft's Girlfriend (uncredited)
William H. Burns
as Arresting Officer (uncredited)
Gabe Castillo
as (uncredited)
Nicholas J. Coleman
as Bystander at Metronome (uncredited)
Johanna Estevez
as Girlfriend (uncredited)
Todd Fredericks
as Bystander at Metronome (uncredited)
Carson Grant
as Police Officer (uncredited)
Mary Ann Hannon
as Walter Wade's Housekeeper (uncredited)
Isaac Hayes
as Mr. P (uncredited)
Doug Hutchison
as Plane Door Opener (uncredited)
Deacon Ledges
as (uncredited)
Deirdre Lovejoy
as Police Officer (uncredited)
Carl Low
as Dominican #5 (uncredited)
John E Mack
as Paramedic (uncredited)
Selena Mars
as Protester (uncredited)
Riley G. Matthews Jr.
as Desk & Cell Officer (uncredited)
Thomas Mejia
as Peoples Crew (uncredited)
Mercedes Mercado
as Waitress (uncredited)
Dorian Missick
as Young Man (uncredited)
Kevin O'Donnell
as Club Kid (uncredited)
Nik Pjeternikaj
as Detective (uncredited)
Gloria Reuben
as Sgt. Council (uncredited)
Roman Rivera
as (uncredited)
Dawn Robinson
as Lenox Lounge Patron (uncredited)
Christina Rouner
as Lenox Lounge Patron (uncredited)
Mustafa Shakir
as Protester (uncredited)
Cue Shepherd
as Sexy Girl (uncredited)
John Singleton
as Bored Cop with Tea Cup (uncredited)
Peter Stickles
as Mickey Hunt (uncredited)
Al Thompson
as Pistolero (uncredited)
Lou Torres
as Fatman (uncredited)
Marc Yarrish
as TV Anchor (uncredited)
Richard Price Screenplay

Scott Rudin Producer

Shane Salerno Screenplay
Shane Salerno Story
John Singleton Screenplay

John Singleton Director

John Singleton Producer

John Singleton Story
Ernest Tidyman Novel

Mark Roybal Producer

David Arnold Original Music Composer

Donald E. Thorin Director of Photography

John Bloom Editor
Antonia Van Drimmelen Editor

Ilene Starger Casting

Patrizia von Brandenstein Production Design

Isaac Hayes Original Music Composer

Nick Gillard Second Unit Director

Steve Nicolaides Executive Producer

Dennis Bradford Art Direction

Costume & Make-Up
Ruth E. Carter Costume Design

Steven Kirshoff Special Effects Coordinator

George DeTitta Jr. Set Decoration

Eric Steel Co-Producer
Adam Schroeder Executive Producer

Eric Yellin Second Second Assistant Director

Paul Hall Executive Producer

Bruce Franklin First Assistant Director

Costume & Make-Up
Allan A. Apone Makeup Artist

Joseph E. Iberti Unit Production Manager

Terel Gibson Assistant Editor

Mikayla Abromowitz Script Supervisor
Julie A. Bloom Second Assistant Director

Liza Bigger Production Assistant
Rosadel Varela Trainee Production Coordinator

Vebe Borge First Assistant Director

Costume & Make-Up
Don Kozma Makeup Artist

Andrew Zolot Post Production Supervisor

Bac DeLorme Second Second Assistant Director

Costume & Make-Up
Christine Leiter Makeup Artist

Al Rodgers Editor

Ramona Diaz Sanchez Production Supervisor

Naomi Cromwell Second Second Assistant Director

Rosada Yarela Trainee Production Coordinator

Visual Effects
Gray Miller Animation

David F. Bianculli Production Assistant

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