Ready Player One (2018)

  • Released on 2018-03-28

    Watch full movie online Ready Player One (2018) in HD quality. Movie Ready Player One (2018) was released in March 28, 2018 in genre Adventure. Movie Ready Player One (2018) is movie directed by Steven Spielberg. and starring by Tye Sheridan. Movie Ready Player One (2018) tell story about When the creator of a popular video game system dies, a virtual contest is created to compete for his fortune.

Status Released
Runtime 140 minutes
Director Steven Spielberg.
Production Companies Amblin Entertainment
Budget $175,000,000.00 USD
Language English.
Revenue $573,975,512.00 USD
Popularity 51.902754


  • ( 7.8/10 from 2041 votes )

Tye Sheridan

as Wade Watts / Parzival

Olivia Cooke

as Samantha Cook / Art3mis

Lena Waithe

as Helen Harris / Aech

Ben Mendelsohn

as Nolan Sorrento

T.J. Miller

as i-R0k (voice)

Simon Pegg

as Ogden Morrow

Mark Rylance

as James Halliday / Anorak

Philip Zhao

as Zhou / Sho

Win Morisaki

as Toshiro / Daito

Hannah John-Kamen

as F'Nale Zandor

Susan Lynch

as Alice

Ralph Ineson

as Rick

Perdita Weeks

as Kira

Clare Higgins

as Mrs. Gilmore

Letitia Wright

as Rebel

Mckenna Grace

as Elementary Kid

Lulu Wilson

as Elementary Kid

Cara Pifko

as Leslee

Vic Chao

as Goro

Cara Theobold

as Tracer

Isaac Andrews

as Young Halliday

Joel MacCormack

as Sixer #6655

Kit Connor

as Reb Kid

Leo Heller

as Reb Kid

Antonio Mattera

as Reb Kid

Ronke Adekoluejo

as Sorrento's Assistant

Lynne Wilmot

as Pole Dancer

Kae Alexander

as Reb (Safe House)

Michael Wildman

as Sixer Drill Instructor

Adolfo Álvarez

as Elementary Kid

Alonso Alvarez

as Elementary Kid

Jadah Marie

as Elementary Kid

Arianna Jaffier

as High School Kid

Armani Jackson

as High School Kid

Britain Dalton

as High School Kid

Jacob Bertrand

as High School Kid

Daniel Zolghadri

as High School Kid

William Gross

as Ten-Year Old Kid

Gareth Mason

as Chubby Guy

Laurence Spellman

as Lame Tattoo Guy (Reb)

Ernest Cline

as Screenplay

Zak Penn

as Screenplay

Janusz Kamiński

as Director of Photography

Michael Kahn

as Editor

Ernest Cline

as Novel

Adam Somner

as Executive Producer

Adam Stockhausen

as Production Design

Guy Bradley

as Art Direction

Alan Silvestri

as Music

Daniel Lupi

as Executive Producer

Sarah Broshar

as Editor

Gavin Fitch

as Art Direction

Claire Fleming

as Art Direction

Stuart Rose

as Art Direction

Mark Scruton

as Art Direction

Remo Tozzi

as Art Direction

Anna Pinnock

as Set Decoration

Kasia Walicka-Maimone

as Costume Design

Richard Hymns

as Supervising Sound Editor

Kyrsten Mate

as Sound Designer

Andy Nelson

as Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Gary Rydstrom

as Sound Designer

Addison Teague

as Sound Effects Editor


There's a moment in this movie when the central character says "I love her". His friend hastily replies, "Slow down bro... she could be a 300 lb man living in his mom's basement." In the very brief beat between the two lines, I thought FINALLY a movie about falling in love completely independent of what a person's genetics may be. And then the crushing cynicism in a dystopian world where there is little to live for and even less to hope for: even in a nightmare, a fat man is undateable.

Don't worry though. If you have the skills you may end up on top. Just like Ben Mendelsohn's slave-owning antagonist almost did. Because in this story, it's not a world where anyone feels compassion or empathy. It's a world where everyone only thinks of themselves. A sociopath's dream. And that's what earns the top prize.

I love looking at Tye Sheridan. But not enough to sit through this again.


I watched this movie because I was once working in the VR industry and really curious what it could tell us (even though I am not really interested after watching the trailer).

Anyway, the experience is not bad (in 4DX). But not recommended for a second watch since there is little to dig and feel except for the numerous, eye-dazzling amount of Easter eggs.



Another great movie from Steven Spielberg


Obviously everything from the book cannot go into the movie, however a lot of what got into the movie was not from the book. Too much focus on car chases and too little on solving a puzzle.

If you haven't read the book, read the book! it's much more awesome!