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Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1
Jane Hoop Elementary The Final Rush Part 1 poster
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Gary Ross
Produced by Derek Todd
Drake Jones
Written by Brian Clark
Based on Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush by Rita Christensen
Starring Blake Brown
Ben Linkin
Amy Tammie
Brandon Simpson
Bloom Dee
Brooke Timer
Miranda Richardson
Arthur Walters
Jennettte McCurdy
Keanu Reeves
Keira Knightley
Nick Jonas
Joe Jonas
Miley Cyrus
Music by James Newton Howard
Cinematography Kyle Adams
Editing by Joshua Black
Production company Spyglass Enterniment
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release dates November 4, 2010
(Los Angeles premiere)
November 12, 2010
(United States & Canada)
Running time 145 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $250 million
(Shared with Part 2)
Box office $965.3 million

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 is a American 2010 superhero film directed by Gary Ross and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It is the first of a two-part theatrical series finale based onto the 2005 novel with the same name by Rita Christensen. The film, which is the seventh and penultimate installment in the Jane Hoop Elementary film franchise, is written by Brian Clark and produced by Derek Todd and Drake Jones. The story follows the heroes in the seventh year as heroes as Danny, his girlfriend Rebecca and best friend Alec are hunting for three powerful objects that can destroy Catwoman's The Final Rush before they lead to the final battle against evil.

The film stars Blake Brown, Ben Linkin, Amy Tammie, Brandon Simpson and Bloom Dee as the five group of teenagers as superheroes. It is a sequel to Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland and is followed by a concluding film, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2. Principal photography began on January 16, 2009 and was completed on June 25, 2010. Part 1 was released theatrically in 2D and IMAX theaters worldwide on November 12, 2010.

In it's opening weekend, Part 1 grossed $130 million, making it 2010's biggest opening weekend in the United States and Canada as well as the highest opening weekend in the Jane Hoop Elementary film series (until 2011 when The Final Rush - Part 2 set a new record with $165 million), for a worldwide total to $325 million. In total, Part 1 grossed $965 million worldwide, making it the third highest-grossing 2010 film behind Toy Story 3 and Alice in Wonderland, the 45th highest-grossing films of all-time, and the third highest-grossing Jane Hoop Elementary installment to date behind The Final Rush - Part 2 and The First. The film was nominated for many awards, including the 2011 Kids Choice Awards, but lost to The Karate Kid for "Best Movie".

PlotEdit

After the Mayor's death, Cincinnati is no longer as safe like it used to be. Dr. Catwoman's grandfather Peter White talks to the people of Cincinnati about her grandaughter will remain protected by Jane Hoop Elementary and wanted them to stay in Cincinnati as soon as Catwoman must be stopped. At Catwoman's meeting, Catgirl attacked, murdered and killed High school graduate Luke and translated him to his evil souls, as they have gave him a mission to destroy Jane Hoop Elementary.

After waking up from a nightmare, Danny prepares to return back to the Base to protect the world from demestration. Before he manage to return, his brother Robert manage to let his friends and SWAT teammate to go there safety with Goldenman by using their invisibility to become Danny decoys, as he and the other fight back Catwoman and the army, as Danny and Goldenman gets to the base safely. The superheroes battle against the supervillains in the sky, until the battle flight came to a stop as Danny feels weak after having a vision of his family getting murdered as their powerful force field gets destroyed. She eventually failed to kill him as she accidentally drops the Magic Ball, but it mysteriously disappeared, leaving Danny arriving back to the Base safe. After the battle, Cory was injured and Robert was killed during a battle.

After Blaze and Martha explains the trio where they should find three remaining objects and keeping it a secret from Catwoman, Danny, alongside his girlfriend Rebecca and best friend Alec are being interviewed by Peter White about Catwoman murdering her parents and grandparents when she was 7 years old, withing her grandfather has survived from being murdered. They later went back in time to find the information about the murder of Janet Kingston, which Catwoman reveals to Danny two years ago. It also reports that Janet and Catwoman are best friends since elementary school, making Catwoman as Alice's godmother. After that, they found Luke and attacked them. He also knows their secret of their journey.

Alec rescues Heather from the building fire and begins flirting with him. Danny's cousin Naudia is hearted with jealousy. After rescuing her again from being attacked from a dragon and fell in the ocean and drowning, Heather kiss him causing his relationship between him and Naudia to end. When his behavior is overwhelmed by his negative feelings, mainly due to his break up from Naudia, he got into an argument with Danny, and furiously leaves, which upsets Rebecca.

Danny and Rebecca decided to visit David and Robert's grave, where Rebecca discovers the symbol of The Final Rush drawn on someone's headstone and begin to learn more about it. After the two were unexpectedly introduced by an unknown stranger, which later turned out to be Catwoman's killer pet, Killer, attacks them and escaped. Later, while discover mysterious noise, Danny gets attacked by Catgirl, Catboy and Luke, until he gets rescued from the return of Alec. While returning, Rebecca is angry at Alec at first, but she later reconciles her friendship with him. Alec eventually decides to move on from his relationship with Naudia and wanted to stay close as friends, but things are not looking too good between the both of them.

Later after a party they attended is ruined from Catwoman's robots and teammates, Danny, Alec and Rebecca escaped to begin their journey. They teleported to Evan's world to begin their mission and search for the First. Danny and Alec went under the poison water to get it out, but the sea creatures attacked them, within Rebecca eventually rescued them and flee out of the water. They than went to Morphin the Power to search for the Crystal Power. But they got attacked by the giant eagle. They calm it down as they took a ride on it to Turbo of Catland to search for the third and final treasure.

After getting the third power, but before placing the Crystal Power and the Magic Ball to the Fountain square, however, they were attacked and kidnapped by the villains and taken them to Catwoman's Base, and informs them. But Blaze and Martha showed up and rescued them and grab the Magic Ball and the Crystal Power but failed as they dropped the Crystal Power into shattering three pieces and disappears. While Catgirl tortures Rebecca, a short battle occurs and Blaze and Martha helped them escape. While escaping, they accidentally leaving the Magic Ball behind as Catgirl angrily throws the knife at them. Outside the home of the Kingston's, Blaze is founded to be stabbed by Catgirl's knife and dies on Danny's arms. Meanwhile, Catwoman uses it to get powers. Therefore, she now gains super telekinesis and is ready to take action.

CastEdit

See also: List of Jane Hoop Elementary cast members

CastingEdit

While filming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1, Emma Watson had a chance to star in the film playing younger Belle Lamar, in a very small role. Alexa Vega played the younger Catwoman, who she had replaced from Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power. Also being cast in the film are Miley Cyrus, and Jonas Brothers members: Joe and Nick. Their brother Kevin starred in the film as younger Catman. JoJo played younger Shego. Cyrus has a small role in the film, while Joe and Nick got a big role to play as the new villains, Catboy and Luke.

Natasha Richardson is chosen to reprise her role as Mrs. Bella Watson for the film. But on March 18, 2009, just two months after filming has began, the actress died from head injuries while skiing, and producers got terrified, and considered replacement. In the meantime, Miranda Richardson is chosen to replace the late Richardson for the role. Luckly, Richardson has not started filming before she died otherwise they would remove the scenes from the film for seeing another actress playing Bella. Miranda did not start filming until April 2009, about a month after Natasha's death.

Andy Griffith and Betty White stars in the film as Alice's grandparents, Lou and Lilly, in a small role. Their roles have gotten a little bigger for Part 2. Actress Eliza Dushku stars in the film as Alice's deceased mother, Janet. Dushku portrayed the character as an adult, as Saoirse Ronan is cast as a character as teenager.

ProductionEdit

Main article: Production of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush was split into two-parts. It was filmed back-to-back from January 16, 2009 to June 25, 2010 with Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2. Gary Ross, who direct Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power and Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland, was chosen as director of the final film. Ross describes Part 1 a "treasure hunting movie, because there are so many traveling scenes where we have to go to. We've been to like seven different or more places we have been there ever since, and I feel like this one is much like a bad ass road trip superhero movie."

Filming took place in Cincinnati, Ohio where mostly the film has been shot at. It also go to different places from all around world such as Morphin the Power in Oakwood, Missouri and Turbo of Catland at the Hinchinbrook Island in Australia. The scene where Evan's World scene was shot took place at a green screen studio in Cleveland, Ohio.

SettingEdit

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Fountain Square Filmed for The Final Rush for scenes of placing three powerful objects into the fountain to activate ultimate power.

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 took place a couple of months after the events of Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland where it starts off where the film has ended, Danny, Rebecca and Alec plans on going on a journey to find three remaining treasure that leads to a key to get a mysterious power that could be a key to destroy The Final Rush in order to stop Catwoman's best plans once and for all. Calvin states that "Part 1 of the final film will be the continuation from the last film as we see Danny and friends going on their biggest adventure like never before."

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 took place from fall 2011 to summer 2012, about a year after Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland, which is set in 2010. Part 1 took place around fall time when young heroes, now young adults, are returning to the Jane Hoop Elementary Base for the seventh time in 12 years, since the beginning in 1999, the year where Jane Hoop Elementary: The First was set. Characters has grown up from being 5 years old all the way up to 17 years old.

Special EffectsEdit

Brian Clark states the serious special effects were used grateful for both parts of The Final Rush. Visual effects department Greg Wilkerson creates a special effect of feet long eagle for the scene where Danny and his friends get attacked by a Giant Eagle in Morphin the Power in Part 1 of The Final Rush. Wilkerson states that he uses CGI to make it look like it moves. The fake Giant Eagle is made from scratch. He and his workers worked for two hours to create a 8 feet long Eagle.

Wilkerson also made scenes of Giant Monsters from Evan's World and Turbo of Catland. Director James Calvin says he's not making a monster movie, so he tries to make a different way to talk and move like a monster. He also says that monsters in Turbo of Catland were big and fat, skinny and muscular while the one's in Turbo of Catland were also big but Muscular. Also, the sea monsters under Evan's poison underwater were included from the film, like they were from the previous film. CG graphics for both Giant monsters and sea monsters were used. They painted the Monsters eyes red where the sea monsters has green eyes like they painted since the previous film. He also made CG graphics to Blaze, Marth and their child as well since the previous film. Wilkerson has done CG works for making a dragon that it painted red for scene where Miley Cyrus' character gets attacked, and also another dragon where Danny battles was the same thing he have done since The Magic Ball.

MusicEdit

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 (soundtrack)
Main article: Music of the Jane Hoop Elementary films

For the Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 soundtrack, James Newton Howard replaced Danny Newman after he announces that Newman will not be returning to compose the final films. The Turbo of Catland soundtrack is the only one for the Jane Hoop Elementary film series he has composed. Howard composes music for Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 in summer 2010, and set to release on November 9, 2010, which marks three days before the theatrical release of the film with the same title. So far, the soundtrack is the longest one running 1:21:41. The soundtrack raked number fifty seven at the 200 Billboard 200, making it the fourth highest charted Jane Hoop Elementary soundtrack to date. But it debut at number one at the Top Soundtracks Charts. This is the first Jane Hoop Elementary soundtrack that has ever topped any charts.

DistributionEdit

MarketingEdit

The film's production budget is an additional $125 million. Within both parts has the same, gives them both a total of $250 million. The film's first movie picture showing Danny, Rebecca and Alec in Morphin the Power getting one of the three remaining objects that can destroy The Final Rush was released on April 17, 2010 for Part 1.[1] On May 7, 2010, a first look of the film previewed in theaters right before Iron Man 2 hits theaters.[1] The second sneak peek premiered at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards on June 6. On June 26 and 27 at 4:00 pm, ABC Family premiered additional scenes for the next two days, while screening the first four films. On June 30, 2010, the first trailer for both parts was released,[1] and than in front of The Last Airbender. On July 3, 2010, the film's teaser poster for both parts was released seening Cincinnati under attack. On July 24, at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con, Bart Simpson attends to premiere the clip for the film.

A full length trailer, focusing only for Part 1, was released on September 28, 2010.[1] Miley Cyrus debuts Part 1's first 35 second TV Spot during the premiere of a brand new episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show, featuring new scenes such as the Kingstons' home shattering being under attacked and the tunnel at Turbo of Catland shattering while Danny, Alec and Rebecca tries to escape.

On September 29, 2010, three character banners for Part I. Also the following day, a theatrical poster for Part 1 showing the trio in action was released. As of October 6, ten new character posters were released showing Danny, Rebecca, Alec, Catwoman, Shego, Monkeyman, Belle, Catgirl, Catboy and Luke. The first film clip appear on Oprah on October 8, showing Danny and Alec fighting with each other.

On October 12, 4 more posters was released showing Danny, Rebecca, Alec, Goldenman, Naudia, Catwoman, Catgirl, Luke and Heather. On October 17, the 1 minute and 31 second TV commercial for The Final Rush: Part 1 debuts on Nickelodeon during the premiere of an iCarly episode. Yahoo! Movies released a featurette for Part 1 on October 29. Yahoo! Movies is approaching to release five movie clips for the film beginning on November 3 to November 7.

On November 3, the first clip was released featuring Danny and Alec talking about Danny going on an adventure alone. On November 4, the second shows Alec's birthday becoming a disaster. The third was released the following day on November 5 featuring a battling scene taking place in the air. Two more were released for the next two days such as Danny and Alec fighting each other and Catwoman's grandfather explaining the life of Catwoman of how he survived from being murdered to the trio.

Theatrical releaseEdit

On September 10, 2010, test screening for Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 was held in Chicago. Director Gary Ross, producers Derek Todd and Drake Jones, and writer Brian Clark made their attendance as well as vice chairman of Paramount Pictures, Rob Moore. The unfinished film has early gained with positive reviews stating: "dark and scary" and "the most epic Jane Hoop Elementary film". Experessions of other led to an inflence for the movie adopted from a novel, gets in their mind from the book where it takes place to the film and it's long runtime to about 150 minutes. The US world premiere for Part 1 was held in Los Angeles on November 4, 2010, marking it just a week before the film's release of November 12. With the cast invited, and Cyrus and Jonas Brothers will attend. The UK world premiere for Part 1 was held on November 8, 2010.

The first part was released worldwide on November 10, 2010 internationally, and others followed around the world. It was released in the UK on November 11, 2010 and in the US on November 12, 2010. Nonetheless, this is the last Jane Hoop Elementary film to be released in a November. Both Morphin the Power and Turbo of Catland were released in July, where The Magic Ball was the last film in the series to be released in November like the first three films films. The second part of The Final Rush is released in July 8, 2011, the third Hoop film for a July release.

Paramount Pictures was originally going to release both parts in 2D and 3D formats. However, on October 2010, one month ahead of the film's release, Paramount's statement is to cancel the 3D release for Part 1 only, where Part 2 is the only film in the series for 3D release, due to production issues. Instead, Paramount will only screen the film into regular and IMAX theaters nationwide on November 12, 2010.

In October, MPPA confirmed Part 1 of the film a PG-13 rating for "intense action violence, brief sensuality and some language", marking it the first Hoop film that can accepted this. The PG-13 rating was previously the original idea for both The Magic Ball and Morphin the Power. Both films have changed to PG ratings instead, respectively.

Home mediaEdit

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 was released on a single or Extend Edition DVD and Blu Ray combo pack on April 22, 2011 (Australia), April 25, 2011 (United Kingdom) and April 29, 2011 (United States). It will be featuring with 6 minutes of all 8 deleted scenes, bringing its runtime total to 153 minutes. Miley Cyrus announced on her Twitter account that the film will be released on DVD at midnight for a midnight release party, with Cyrus hosting.

It sold 3,272,836 (unit sales) and within $46,399,903 (sales revenues), and staying on the top chart four weeks before finally beaten by Gnomeo & Juliet. As of July 3, 2011, the film sold 7,050,886 in unit sold and $97,192,887 in sales revenues. It was the second top-selling DVD in unit solds of 2011 behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 and top-selling DVD in sales revenues of 2011 so far since Tangled.

ReactionEdit

Box officeEdit

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 grossed $25 million in North America during it's midnight screenings, the biggest midnight opening for the series beating Turbo of Catland ($21.2 million). It also has the third biggest midnight gross in history earning behind The Twilight Saga: Eclipse ($30 million) and The Twilight Saga: New Moon ($26 million). However, the film has the biggest midnight IMAX opening in history with $1.5 million in IMAX, surpsing Eclipse's $1 million. All of those records were broken by it's sequel The Final Rush - Part 2 in 2011.

In North America, the film grossed $64.2 million on it's opening day, making it the fourth biggest single day gross in history at the time and the best opening day gross for a Jane Hoop Elementary film surprising Turbo of Catland ($57.4 million), which is later topped by its sequel Part 2 ($91.1 million). For a total of $130.1 million, it set a new record as not only the biggest opening for a Jane Hoop Elementary film in the series, since The Magic Ball with $104 million (later broken by its sequel Part 2 with $168.1 million), but was also the fifth biggest opening weekend in history, as well as the second biggest opening of the month behind The Twilight Saga: New Moon ($142.8 million) and finally had 2010's biggest weekend debut ever in the United States and Canada beating Iron Man 2 ($128.1 million).

Outside North America, the film made a record $195 million on it's opening weekend, marking it fifth biggest overseas opening ever and second biggest to date behind only Turbo of Catland ($222 million), bringing it's a global total of $325.9 million, ranking it 11th and third franchise's best behind Turbo of Catland ($390 million) and Morphin the Power ($329 million). It was the then biggest opening weekend worldwide of 2010 until Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 defeated it ($330 million).

The Final Rush Part 1's box office results are also successful internationally. In Australia, the film earned $6.2 million on its opening day, shattering the highest opening day gross in history. In its opening weekend, it earned $19 million, marking the second largest opening weekend of all-time behind only Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge ($25.8 million), and the biggest opening weekend of 2010. With a total of $45 million, it made in 2010's highest-grossing film in the country, and the third highest-grossing film of all-time at the time behind Avatar and Goldenman's Revenge, as well as the second highest-grossing Jane Hoop Elementary film behind Goldenman's Revenge. In the United Kingdom, it set the biggest three-day opening ever with £18 million (US$32 million). It than became 2010's third highest-grossing film in the country grossing $84.6 million behind Toy Story 3 and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1.

Part 1 grossed $297,294,949 in North America, making it 2010's fifth highest-grosser ever. With $668,000,000 internationally, which surprised Jane Hoop Elementary: The First as the highest-grossing film internationally for the franchise (which is now broken by following Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2), brings a worldwide total to $965,294,949, making it the third highest-grossing film of 2010 behind Toy Story 3 and Alice in Wonderland, the 45th highest-grossing film of all-time and was the second highest-grossing Jane Hoop Elementary film behind The First (now third behind The Final Rush - Part 2). Domestically, it was the fourth highest-grossing film in the Hoop film series, behind The Final Rush - Part 2, The First and Turbo of Catland. The film was also the highest-grossing 2D film of the year worldwide and internationally, but fell short to Iron Man 2 and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse domestically.

Critical receptionEdit

On November 4, 2010, an early review for Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 is very postive. Carter Dicky enjoyed the film, even though the film is not officially released yet. He watched the film and states the film: "the most perfect Jane Hoop Elementary film ever made". He also states: "Nothing can compare to this most epic film ever made." The reviews for Part 1 genereally were positive for Part 1, due to the excitement. Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a fresh 79%, which made it the second lowest-rated film in the franchise ahead of The First. Also, 80% were for the Top Critic and Materic of 64 reviews. However, the Yahoo! Movie give the movie an graded A- basic on 12 reviewers, the best reviewed film in the franchise yet.

The Guardian reviewer Charles Murphy wrote a postive review and ranks 3.5/5 stars. He praises on the actor's performances, film background, plot summary and storyline. The Hollywood Reporter's Kyle Richards states "the most perfect Jane Hoop Elementary out of all seven films so far." Steve Williams praised a postive review stating on the performances of Jennette McCurdy is quite outrangous and Miley Cyrus' performances is quite dramatic. Dustin Washington enjoyed the film stating it: "The best movie of 2010 so far, and also the one of the best films in the world."

Alison Johnson of UK The Daily Telegraph praised: "This is all a much better franchise than The Twilight Saga and Harry Potter." The Los Angeles Times reporter Angela Lenhoff praised on the performances of Miley Cyrus stating: "Cyrus' character is acting like a spoil little bitch, but Cyrus herself acts so dramatic with her." The Hollywood Reporter Sally Radcliffe praised it positive saying the film "kills it." The Guardian publisher Amanda Bradford gave it a positive rating of 5.5 out of 5 stating: "this is the best film in the Jane Hoop Elementary film franchise so far."

AccoladesEdit

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 was nominated at the 2011 Kids Choice Awards for four categories: "Favorite Movie", "Favorite Movie Actor", "Favorite Actress" and "Favorite Butt-Kicker". The film only won the award for "Favorite Butt-Kicker". It became the first film in the franchise to win the Blimp since Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape in 2002. The film won the 37th People's Choice Awards for "Favorite Movie", becoming the first film in the franchise to do so. The film won four out of eight Teen Choice Awards at the 2011 Teen Choice Awards including "Chemistry", "Hissy Fit", "Breakout Male" and "Breakout Female". The film did not win any awards at the 2011 MTV Movie Awards.

List of awards and nominations

SequelEdit

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2

The eighth and final installment, The Final Rush - Part 2, was released eight months after the release of the previous film on July 8, 2011.

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Pleasantville (1998) · Seabiscuit (2003) · Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power (2007) · Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland (2009) · Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 (2010) · Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 (2011) · The Hunger Games (2012) · Free State of Jones (2016) · Heroes Forever: The New Beginning (2016) · Heroes Forever: The New Resolution (2017) · Heroes Forever 3 (2018)