Best Friend. Hero. Marine.

From Warner Bros. Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures comes MAX, a family action adventure from writer/director Boaz Yakin (Remember the Titans, Now You See Me). A precision-trained military dog, Max serves on the frontlines in Afghanistan alongside his handler, U.S. Marine Kyle Wincott. But when things go terribly wrong on maneuvers, Kyle is mortally wounded and Max, traumatized by the loss of his best friend, is unable to remain in service.

  • 1 hr 51 minPGHDSD
  • Jun 26, 2015
  • Adventure

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Cast & Crew

  • Josh WigginsJustin Wincott

    Josh Wiggins was born on November 2, 1998 in Houston, Texas, USA. He is an actor, known for Max (2015), Walking Out (2017) and Mean Dreams (2016).
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  • Dejon LaquakeChuy

    Dejon LaQuake is known for his work on Max (2015), Unbelievable (2019) and CSI: Cyber (2015).
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  • Robbie AmellKyle Wincott

    Along with his sister, Robert Patrick Amell started acting when he was just six years old. At sixteen, he started to land theater roles at Lawrence Park Stage in plays such as Louis and Dave, Picasso at the Lapin Agile and The Importance of Being Earnest. The experience brought Robbie to realize that he wanted to pursue a career in acting. Shortly after choosing to follow acting, he booked the part of Daniel Murtaugh in the major motion picture Cheaper by the Dozen 2, headed by names such as Steve Martin, Bonnie Hunt, Hilary Duff, Tom Welling and - of whom he played the son - Eugene Levy and Carmen Electra. Robbie was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to Jo (Burden) and Rob Amell, who work in custom jewelry. His first cousin is actor Stephen Amell. As it seems is the habit of Canadians, Robbie has played hockey since he was a child. He also takes Muay Thai and break dancing lessons.
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  • Owen HarnDeputy Stack

    Owen Harn is an American actor of Spaniard, Irish and British decent. Owen was born and raised in Silver Spring, Maryland on June 4, 1981. His mother was a nurse and his father a construction manager. At the age of six, Owen knew he wanted to be an actor after watching his first talent show in Elementary school. In first grade he was punished for imitating other students and teachers. At that point he knew that he was onto something special, so he continued creating characters and doing impressions. At the age of 12 Owen moved to Largo, Florida with his father and older brother, after his mother passed away. Florida became his home, where he was able to get the hard training and true life experiences he needed to become a well trained actor. He knew he had to take the negative experiences and turn them into positives. He considered every experience, good or bad as a form training. After high school, he went into theatre and improvisation where he learned to develop a plethora of characters in which he still uses today. In 2009 he attended The Performers Studio Workshop in Tampa, FL where he became a professional actor and booked his first job on the TV show in Miami, FL "Burn Notice". After that job, he never looked back and continued to work. Although, it was Owen's dream to be a comedic actor, he was able to find his niche as a character actor. He also knew he had to be taken seriously as an actor before it was time to show the comedic side of him. He can be recently seen on AMC's "Into the Badlands", "The Walking Dead", HBO's "True Detective", The theatrical film "Max" and Cinemax's "Banshee". In 2016 Owen made his comedy debut as he Guest Starred on HBO's "Vice Principals" alongside Danny McBride and Walton Goggins. Also in 2016 he Guest Starred on Cinemax's new drama series "Quarry". Coming in 2017 Owen will be seen alongside Jeremy Irons and Jack Huston in the indie comedy "An Actor Prepares". Owen will also appear in Sundance's "Hap and Leonard", FOX's "Gotham", CMT's "Still The King" and POP Network's "Swedish Dicks". Owen worked with Kevin Hart, filming the comedy "Night School"
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  • Gabriel RushActor

    Gabriel made his feature film debut in Moonrise Kingdom (2012) as Skotak, directed by Wes Anderson, whom he worked with again on The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014). Other film credits include The Kitchen, Two Against Nature, A Little Game, No Letting Go, Little Boxes, and TV shows like Better Call Saul, Blue Bloods, SVU, Madame Secretary, and Gotham. Gabriel comes from a dance and theater background, and started tap dancing when he was 4 years old. He joined the Broadway cast of Billy Elliot in the role of Michael when he was eleven. Gabriel won the Young Entertainer Award in both 2017 and 2018. He is a student at NYU Tisch with a Major in Game Design and a Minor in Japanese. In 2019, he plays his biggest role yet on the big screen, starring as the unlucky Auggie in the 1968-set horror film Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019).
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  • Luke KleintankTyler Harne

    Luke Kleintank mainly starred in 8 episodes of "Bones" as Finn Abernathy, starting in November 2011, alongside Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz. Over the course of a few years, has been in The Hot Dog in the Competition (10 November 2011), The Bump in the Road (9 April 2012), The Don't in the Do (16 April 2012), The Partners in the Divorce (24 September 2012), The Patriot in Purgatory (12 November 2012), The Friend in Need (18 February 2013), The Maiden in the Mushrooms (1 April 2013), and The Turn in the Urn (31 March 2014).
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  • Jay HernandezSergeant Reyes

    Carrying talent, the requisite good looks, and plenty of on-screen charisma, Jay Hernandez was born in Montebello, California, to Isis (Maldonado), an accountant and secretary, and Javier Hernandez, Sr., a mechanic. He is of Mexican descent. Jay had a serendipitous experience that led to his career. While riding an elevator in a high-rise in his native Los Angeles, the young man was approached by talent manager Howard Tyner, who suggested Hernandez had what it took to have a successful career in Hollywood. In 1998, he made his TV series debut as "Antonio Lopez", one of the high school basketball players in the NBC Saturday morning teen sitcom, Hang Time (1995), and stayed with the show for two seasons. Departing NBC, Hernandez moved to MTV with the short-term role of pizza delivery guy "Eddie" on the popular late-night serial, Undressed (1999), before segueing to the big screen. In 2001, Hernandez co-starred with Kirsten Dunst in the teen romance, Crazy/Beautiful (2001), portraying stalwart, straight-A high school student "Carlos Nunez", whose plans to attend the US Naval Academy are threatened by his growing attraction to a self-destructive rich girl, (Kirsten Dunst). He next appeared in Disney's surprise hit film, The Rookie (2002), as high school baseball team captain Joaquin "Wack" Campos. He also had a supporting role in the video-game-ish actioner, Torque (2004). Also in 2004, he was in the action-packed drama, Ladder 49 (2004), as "Keith Perez", and in the other action-packed drama, Friday Night Lights (2004). In 2006, he next starred in Eli Roth's Hostel (2005), a brutal horror flick about two American college buddies (Hernandez and Derek Richardson) lured to an out-of-the-way hostel in a Slovakian town rumored to house desperate, but beautiful Eastern European women. Following their wrong heads, both Americans get trapped in a truly sinister situation that plunges them into the dark recesses of human nature.
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  • Lauren GrahamPamela Wincott

    Lauren Graham was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, to Donna Grant and Lawrence Graham, a candy industry lobbyist. Her father was from New York and her mother was from the American South, and Lauren has Irish, English, and Scottish ancestry. She grew up in Northern Virginia, USA (Fairfax, Arlington, and Great Falls, VA) Graduate of Langley High School, McLean, VA Graduate of Barnard College with a Bachelor's Degree in English. Graduate of Southern Methodist University with a Master's Degree in Acting. She was raised by a single parent, her father. Her parents divorced when she was 5. Growing up she wanted to be a jockey but her height precluded it. She traveled extensively with her father during her childhood and discovered acting while in elementary school. Her resume includes theatre, film and television.
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  • Thomas Haden ChurchRay Wincott

    Thomas Haden Church was born Thomas Richard McMillen in Yolo, California, to Maxine (Sanders) and Carlos Richard McMillen, who was a U.S. marine and surveyor. He was raised in Texas. His mother remarried George Quesada, a widowed WWII veteran who served in Guam, in 1969. He adopted this surname Quesada. He changed it to Haden Church after "nobody could pronounce Quesada". Church began his show business career in front of a microphone instead of a camera, first as a radio deejay and then as a voice-over announcer. After landing a role in the independent film, Stolen Moments, Church moved to Los Angeles to pursue his acting career.
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  • Joseph Julian SoriaEmilio

    J.J. Soria has an extensive resume including many notable television series such as Dexter, The Shield, CSI Miami, Sons of Anarchy, The Closer, Bones, Army Wives and Southland. In 2018, he was cast as a series regular in the action-packed cop drama, The Oath for Sony's streaming service Crackle. In early 2020, he will co-star in the Netflix series Gentefied executive produced by America Ferrera. Although he is often cast as the bad boy, Soria has proven to have the chops to conquer many other roles, including comedic characters. In 2012, Soria starred in the indie film, Filly Brown (Olmos Productions), which premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival as part of the U.S. Dramatic Competition to rave reviews. In the film, Soria played the lead antagonist, 'MC Wyatt' opposite Gina Rodriguez (Jane the Virgin). Filly Brown made Soria's fourth film to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. Others to note include All She Can, High School, and the Andrew Fleming drama Hamlet 2 alongside Steve Coogan and Catherine Keener. Hamlet 2 was the third highest selling independent film coming out of the festival. His film career includes the popular franchise, The Fast and Furious and Crank: High Voltage. During his free time, Soria finds ways to contribute to causes that are close to his heart. He is a student of life, always seeking out new adventures and learning about other cultures. Some of the organizations he has worked with include Wounded Warriors, 18 for 18, and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Soria lives an active lifestyle in Los Angeles.
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