An astronaut becomes stranded on Mars after his team assume him dead, and must rely on his ingenuity to find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive.
|Genre Films (as Kinberg Genre)
|Mid Atlantic Films
|Scott Free Productions (produced by) (as Scott Free)
|TSG Entertainment (in association with)
|20th Century Fox Entertainment (2016) (DVD) (Spain)
|$54,308,575, 4 October 2015
- 马特·达蒙 admitted that the scene where Mark was getting emotional upon hearing Commander Lewis' voice was genuine. The other actors had wrapped and gone home, and their pre-recorded voices were actually being played to Damon from inside his spacesuit. When Damon began to think about how his character had been all alone on Mars for two years, alongside how he was only hearing pre-recorded voices of his co-stars who had already finished their scenes, he began to tear up. 雷德利·斯科特 was so impressed with Damon's performance, that he only did one take of the scene, which was used in the film.
- 雷德利·斯科特 claimed that 马特·达蒙's solo scenes were shot for five weeks straight, after which Damon was relieved from the schedule. Consequently, Damon did not meet most of his co-stars until the cast was reunited to promote the film.
- Rich Purnell slips and falls after he finds a way to rescue Mark Watney and tells his boss "I need more coffee." 唐纳德·格洛弗 revealed in an interview that he slipped for real and just got up and continued to act, and the footage was retained in the final edits for the movie.