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DIRECTED BY JONAH LOOP

Arena 2011

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Directed by

Jonah Loop

Starring

Actor
Character
Kellan Lutz
David Lord
Johnny Messner
Kaden
Katia Winter
Milla
Daniel Dae Kim
Taiga
James Remar
Agent McCarty
Nina Dobrev
Lori
Lauren Shiohama
Kawaii
Irene Choi
Kaneko
Kofi Yiadom
Ripper
Derek Mears
Brutus Jackson
Dean J. West
Rick
Jason Zone Fisher
Josh
Kent Jude Bernard
Craig
Grant Case
Drunk Frat Boy
Heather Harrison
Samantha
Marcelle Baer
Ashley
Phil Culotta
Mayhem
Michael Liu
Yoshi
Tze Yep
Chinese Middle Manager
Solomon Loop
Bus Driver
Shanna Forrestall
Computer Tech
Sam Medina
Mexican Bouncer
Vanessa Branch
BBC reporter
Laura Weissbecker
Reporter
Mayra Leal
Mexican Bartender
Monica Acosta
Bar Patron
Brandon Ellison
Scientist / Lab Coat
Josh Tessier
Lead Soldier
Amy Le
Akiko
Angel Lia Spitale
Girl in cell
Alex Froman
Marine
Kaj Larsen
Navy SEAL Team Leader
Bob Gassoff
Navy SEAL #1
Monti Favero
Navy SEAL #2
Tom Cowan
Navy SEAL #3
Tommy Cowan
Navy SEAL #4
Ryan Cowan
Navy SEAL #5
David Poole
Army Officer
Jimmy Townsend
Bar Patron #1
Marshall Geller
Bar Patron #2
Mike Shustek
Bar Patron #3
Ira Levine
Bar Patron #4
Michelle Andrew
Tracy Williams
Beau Brasseaux
Jailor
Thomas C. Daniel
The Cleaner
Kasey Emas
Girl at Party
Jason Lumberjack Johnson
Jailer
Diego A.R. Delfino
Fratboy
Tony Lawson
Mexican in bar
John Tartaglia
Gunman In Bar
Nathan Alan Thomas
Jailer / Soldier
Savannah Walker
Sorority girl #2
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 94 minutes (1 hrs 34 mins)
UK release date BBFC Age Rating:  18 age rating
US release date US release: 11th October 2011
MPAA Age Rating: Arena R age rating 

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