The Island

Corrected entry: McGregor's Scottish character says he paid $5 million for his insurance policy. The doctor tells his investors that he will have to destroy $200 million worth of product to be safe. That converts to a mere 40 clones. Obviously there were far more than that slated to be destroyed.

Correction: It's a certainty that the insurance policies are not being sold "at cost." The customer may have paid the company $5,000,000, but that doesn't mean it costs the company $5,000,000 to produce a clone. The doctor is talking about the cost to replace that inventory, not how much those policies are worth.

Phixius Premium member

Exactly, it's probably closer to 200 clones.


Corrected entry: Dr. Marek's plan for "recalling" the defective agnates (aka killing all of the agnates developing their owner's memories), is to stage mass "Island" lottery winnings so the rest of the population doesn't catch on. However, they plan to regrow all of the destroyed agnates from scratch, which means they would be identical clones of the old agnates. This would not work out. Since the new identical agnates would have no recollection of their past life there, their friends, or winning the lottery, they wouldn't be able to be incorporated back into the agnate population. Everybody there would expect that all of those people already left for the Island. It would be too suspicious if none of them remembered anything, and also it would destroy the control derived from people believing being sent to the Island is a guaranteed trip to paradise.

Correction: Dr Marek's plan called for eventually killing ALL of the clones, not just the one's developing past memories. Besides, the colony was big enough that they would be able to keep new ones isolated from previous ones that might know them, until all of the population was replaced.


Corrected entry: When Lincoln draws the boat he has been seeing in his dreams, the Renovatio, the sketch he draws has rough lines, and, while appearing complete, it is not finished. Later, the sketch is shown again, but this time it is very detailed, with smooth outlines and shading. Lincoln did not return to finish the drawing at any point. The final sketch looks like it came from an auto-cad program.

Correction: We don't see what Merrick does with the drawing after Lincoln leaves. He could have tried to source where the picture came from, and had it "finished" by a CAD program to determine the origin of it. He had plenty of time, and the motivation to do this.


Corrected entry: As the train axles fall off of the trailer, they move much too rapidly into the vehicles behind the truck. In reality, they would have the same velocity as the truck from which they fell, so, while slowing down from friction, they would continue to roll in the same direction as the traffic.

Correction: Except that the wheels are initially going in the opposite direction than the truck. They are going backwards, not in the direction of traffic, so inertia would have them continue in the same direction, which would be toward the trailing vehicles, not with the direction of traffic. Essentially, the rail wheels are leaving a stationary platform relative to the traffic, since, even though the truck is moving forward, the trailer they are on relatively speaking, has no movement.


Corrected entry: When McCord and Lincoln are talking in the bathroom at the bar, a man walks in on them. McCord calls him "Ed" but the name printed on his shirt is "Lou".


Correction: There could be several reasons for this, it's not originally his shirt, its intentional, Ed is just a nickname, just to name a few.


Corrected entry: After Dr. Merrik calls the contamination alert for the facility we see a scene where he is talking to a clone from the Echo generation, Ghandu 3 echo after Ghandu starts questioning the "contamination" and the "lottery" Merrik then injects and kills Ghandu with a drug into his neck which was used to kill Lima in the begining but at the end of the film when the clones are escaping the facility right behind Jones you see a very much alive Ghandu in the backround.

Correction: It is never specified that the drug was lethal. It could've been a sedative.

Brad Premium member

Corrected entry: Dr Merrick states that "Everything we expose them (the clones) to, the games they play are designed to manage aggression". However when Lincoln and Jordan are allowed to play a virtual boxing game that the virtual Lincoln's teeth are knocked out. They fight for high scores and spectators (other clones) cheer them on. Hardly seems an effective aggression management plan.


Correction: It's actually the perfect aggression manager. Whatever aggravations you feel, you can take out on a virtual counterpart or drown them in the excitement of watching a bout.

Phixius Premium member

Corrected entry: In the end, how did all the 'products' (clones) leave their building? The main section is undamaged, so they still can't leave without a door card - not to mention the company had already culled out all those with 'human curiosity about the outside'. They can't all be the ones from the incinerator rooms, as they said it was $200M worth of defective product at $5M a pop = 40 people; even with some give there's too many.

James King III

Correction: The fifteen or so who escape from the incenerator plus the rest of the fourty waiting to die come out of one door and the others in the facility overpower the gaurds which you see because they're in a mob. The ones without human curiousity wouldn't go out to find the truth but if it's staring them right in the face then they realise that it's all been a lie and feel trapped.

Corrected entry: When Lincoln Six Echo and Tom Lincoln are in Tom's Cadillac, they get chased into a warehouse. In the following shot, after they have entered, the Cadillac's door is suddenly opened. In the next shot, it is closed. There wasn't enough time between the shots for the door to open and close, and it wasn't a different car. It's Tom's Cadillac.

Jane Doe

Correction: No, the passenger door of the Cadillac is opened during the fight inside the car. It stays open every time the car is shown, even speeding into the warehouse. The car with the closed right door IS a pursuing Dodge Magnum, close to the same colour of the Caddy, giving the impression it is the same car. Once stopped in the warehouse, both doors are open as Lincoln has opened the door to get out. I've watched the scene a number of times, and at first thought the pursuing Magnum was the Caddy, too.

Corrected entry: The Police car that gets hit by the armoured car, breaks the car in two cleanly. In reality, the car would crumple and get severely crushed on the side that was hit, but it would never simply 'snap' in half like it did in the movie.

Correction: The movie is set in the future. We don't know what kind of materials are used for manufacturing automobiles, and it's possible that since the rear of the car is closed off from the front, some safety design could be implemented so that people in the rear could be rescued in case of an accident like that.

Corrected entry: If the city scenes were supposed to be shot in Los Angeles, then why can you see Detroit landmarks in the background such as the fisher building or the train depot?

Correction: This takes place in the future, many landmarks may have changed, and buildings that look just like the Fisher building, or the train depot could have been built between now and then in Los Angeles.

Corrected entry: The newest found survivor is a 7 Foxtrot. McCord Identifies Echo generation product as being 3 years old. This means that Foxtrot would be 2 years old, Golf would be 1 year old. According to this, the newly born product should be a 7 Hotel.

Correction: This misconception about the naming conventions has been corrected many many many times. No where in the movie is the naming spelled out. They were free to name any of the products after any of the signs.

Nick Bylsma

Corrected entry: The newest found survivor is a 7 Foxtrot. McCord Identifies Echo generation product as being 3 years old. This means that Foxtrot would be 2 years old, Golf would be 1 year old. According to this, the newly born product should be a 7 Hotel.

Correction: Once again, they can name the clones whatever they want. Nowhere in the movie did they spell out the naming conventions that they used. "Mistakes" of this naming kind have been submitted and corrected many times before.

Nick Bylsma

Corrected entry: At the end of the movie when all the "products" are coming out of the complex, the shot changes to Mr Laurant, the special forces leader, walking down the embankment. To his right (the shots left) is Gandu Three Echo, who Dr. Marrick killed earlier in the movie with an injection to the neck.


Correction: The injection was not to kill him, but sedate him so he could later be harvested. The sedation likely wore off.

Corrected entry: When Starkweather Two Delta is enjoying his lottery win, he reveals that he is only 6 months old, yet according to McCord, the Delta generation is 4 years old.

Correction: He may have only been in the facility for 6 months, but that doesn't mean he isn't older. Remember, they have to get the DNA sample, grow the "product", implant memories, and who knows what else. McCord was on the inside of the plan, so he knows what's going on. It's highly likely that he was refering to the fact that Starkweather had been "birthed" 4 years aog, and Starkweather was just refering to the (remembered) time that he'd been in the facility.

Nick Bylsma

Corrected entry: Why do the clones have different accents? Most obvious is Lincoln Six Echo's Scottish brogue. Where did he get that? Accents aren't genetic - being the clone of a Scottish man wouldn't give you a Scottish accent. All of the clones should have the same accent, the one they develop as they learn to speak, by listening to and impersonating the voices they hear others around them using.

Correction: Lincoln doesn't have a Scottish brogue, he develops it after imitating the real Tom Lincoln. However, the people around the clones have varying accents, including Merrick's English tones, so varying accents wouldn't be unheard of. It would depend on who they spent the most time around.


Corrected entry: Why on earth does the facility have such an elaborate method of anaesthetising the clones before removing their organs? This would involve huge expense and require skilled medical staff and waste a lot of time. Why not just shoot them in the head and be done with it? There is no risk to the bodily organs - organs from executed Chinese prisoners (who are shot to death) are routinely transplanted, and in fact anaesthetic gases can cause liver damage - too bad if you are waiting for a transplanted liver, like Lincoln.

Correction: It's possible that in ten to fifteen years, anesthetics have been created that allow for no tissue damage. It's also possible that in that timeframe, they discovered that the organs do better when removed from a living body. Given that it takes place in a time we don't have access to, creative license can be taken.


Corrected entry: If all the Echo generation was made in the same year then why do they destroy the "products" still in the water bags? Wouldn't that be a new generation?

Correction: If you would have followed the movie attentively, then you would know that the Echo generation was infected including every subsequent generation, that's why they also destroyed the bodies in the feeding bags.

Ronnie Bischof

Corrected entry: When the police are taking Lincoln and Jordan to the police station, they officer driving stops in the middle of the intersection, making a perfect target to be broadsided by the armored car. He did not stop for a pedestrian, as they were crossing on the cross street, and from the way the driver was staring straight ahead, it is not likely he was making a turn.

Correction: He was waiting to make a left turn when the armored car hit them. When I make a left hand turn I look straight ahead at the oncoming traffic and look for an opening, just like the driver was doing.

Nick Bylsma

Corrected entry: When Scarlett's character gets taken back into the institute, she is apprehended by a government trained team, then put on a table for surgery, yet somehow she has managed to keep a gun concealed in her pants. How could that gun have gone so far unnoticed?

Correction: She was brought in by the bounty hunter, and the security at the compound likely just assumed he had searched her. Since the bounty hunter had already seen the mark on her wrist before turning her over, he was probably in on the overthrow plan. She's not on a table for surgery, just put there until they can prep her, which is obvious by the fact that she's still fully clothed.


Corrected entry: At the train station, McCord comes back with two tickets he has bought for Lincoln Six-Echo and Jordan Two-Delta and then he goes to buy a map. After he got shot, one of the shooters sees that McCord's card is missing. Then they find out that it's been used to buy the train tickets. But McCord already gave his card to Lincoln Six-Echo in the car, driving to the station.


Correction: McCord was with them the whole time, I'm sure Lincoln could have handed the card to McCord so that he could go and buy tickets.

Nick Bylsma

Corrected entry: After about 24 hours of running away, scrubbing on dirty surfaces (their white outfits are all dirty), being chased, shot at, falling off a tall building and almost getting killed, the only noticeable trace of Lincoln and Jordan's "adventures" is a cut on Lincoln's forehead. Jordan has an impeccable hairdo, there is nothing wrong with her makeup and even her fingernails are neat and done. This is quite impossible.

Correction: No, Jordan also has some small cuts on her forehead showing, and her hair at some points is lank and messy. After she cleans up at Tom's house, she still has some small cuts and blood flecks on her forehead, most noticeable when her and Lincoln are discussing going back to the Institute.

Corrected entry: You can't fire a nail gun like Jordan did the first time she fires it in the train station. For safety, they have to be pressed against something.


Correction: It's 14 years in the future, who knows what kind of nail gun they may have by then?

Corrected entry: When Jordan and Lincoln escape and Merrick orders Laurent to search for them, Laurent asks him for how long they have been missing. The answer is 4 hours and 36 minutes. Regarding the fact that they are on the run and that they are highly fit and trained, they would have been around 20 miles away. That is calculated with a jogging speed of 4.2 miles an hour. So Laurent shouldn't set the perimeter to 5 miles but 20 or even more.


Ronnie Bischof

Correction: Laurent says he is basing the speed at 1.2 miles an hour, suggesting he is taking into account any stopping, backtracking, or detours, in addition to the fact that they are probably not going in a straight line. Thus, a five mile perimeter would be more than enough to begin searching, with the probability of expanding the perimeter once they find some clues as to which direction they have gone.

Corrected entry: Why on earth would McCord, a welder who works below the main floor and (supposedly) has no contact with the clones, know everything about the ultra-secret cloning operation? It's like a cleaner in the Pentagon knowing strategic military secrets. Haven't they ever heard of Need To Know?

Correction: He's seen repairing a computer when they cut a clone out of a breeding bag. So he surely knows a lot about the whole operation.

Ronnie Bischof

Corrected entry: You cannot, ever, vacuum seal transplant organs in plastic covers, as they do with the liver harvested from one of the clones. The plastic cover is impervious to vacuum (i.e. completely airtight) so it will not allow water or oxygen to pass into the liver. This will lower the turgor pressure in the liver and a result water will start to boil out of the cells, breaking down the cell membranes. That's fine if you are going to eat the liver, but it will be rendered totally unsuitable for transplant. I will, in effect, be dead.

Correction: Can we not assume other medical and scientific breakthroughs on the part of a company that has devised a system of massive, assembly line cloning of complete human beings? Surely a company selling these clones as a medical insurance plan will have done serious work in the area of harvesting organs when needed, and moved beyond the plastic bag and beer cooler full of ice we currently use.

Corrected entry: The phonetic alphabet used in the movie is incorrect. They use some of the correct phonetics, but have wrong letters later. For example it is stated that the products are becoming more self-aware for generations Echo, Foxtrot, Gamma and Hilo. Gamma and Hilo should be Golf and Hotel to be correct.

Correction: Why is this a mistake, they can name their products however they want to. They aren't bound to the phonetic alphabet. Probably they have used Golf and Hotel already for something else and wanted to avoid confusion. It's not like this is a military outfit, it's civilian and so can use whatever terminology they like, however illogical.

Ronnie Bischof

Corrected entry: McCord gives Lincoln and Jordan a credit card and tells them that he will have to report it missing within twenty four hours, and he warns them that they can be traced by using it. He then gives them a huge wedge of cash. Since we have a society that still uses cash, and he has acknowledged how dangerous the use of a "stolen" credit card is - he even tells them how using it will lead the authorities straight to them - why not just tell them to use the cash? (If there wasn't enough, he gets a cash advance on the credit card up to its limit - easy). Don't tell me it's a character mistake, as he repeatedly acknowledges the risks of using the card.

Correction: We don't know how much cash it was, could just have been many 1$ bills and a few teners. So they probably would have needed more money at the beginning, and as they had to hurry for the train it couldn't have been possible for McCord to go for an ATM machine. They can use the card without danger until he reports it stolen (nobody knows at that time that McCord is helping them, so they wouldn't track down his credit card, until he reports the theft) So it's not even a character mistake as he thinks they'd be safe to use it in the next 24 hours. His warnings are for after the 24 hours, when it is reported stolen. And anyway, they need the creditcard so that Jordan can get back into the facility.

Ronnie Bischof

Corrected entry: It makes no sense that Sarah Jordan is supposed to be a famous star, yet Jordan is able to dial directly to her home simply by looking her up in a public information booth. Even Lincoln's number was unlisted. On top of this, it's hard to imagine that there would only be one Sarah Jordan in the directory of a large city.

Correction: It's always up to the stars if they want to be in a phone book. In Switzerland for example, you can look up several politicians and stars with address and phone number over an internet directory.

Ronnie Bischof

Corrected entry: Why would Lincoln and Jordan be baffled at the concept of little people when they encounter children at the train station? They've been implanted with childhood memories, so they know what children would be.

Correction: There are no children inside the facility, so this would be the first time they've seen them physically, in real life.

Nick Bylsma

Corrected entry: Starkweather runs out of the operating room, and then get dragged back. A guy with an open chest would bleed much more than that.

Ronnie Bischof

Correction: Surgical techniques are clearly much more advanced than those of today and it's not clear what stage the operation is at.


Corrected entry: In the scene where Lincoln and Jones are in the cop car just before the semi hits them, you can see a picture of a Detroit Red Wings Captain on one of the buildings. Since they are supposed to be in L.A., it's doubtful they have that many Wings fans. Part of the movie was shot in Detroit.

Correction: Most teams have fans who live in places other than the team's base - it's hardly impossible for this to happen.

Tailkinker Premium member

Corrected entry: When the helicopter crew arrive at the facility to collect Michael Clarke Duncan's liver, one of them says they only have half an hour before the weather gets too bad to fly. However when Ewan McGregor reaches daylight (at most a couple of hours later) there are clear blue skies in all directions.

Correction: By that time the dust storm had passed.

Soylent Purple

Corrected entry: When Jordan and Lincoln are being chased in the city, you can spot some Nissan Murano SUVs going by in various shots. This would be impossible, considering the film takes places in a future setting and, the Murano is a recent/present model of Nissan.

Correction: Nonsense. The film takes place in 2019, only 13 years from now. Most cars last longer than that, making it entirely plausible that that particular model could be seen on the streets.

Tailkinker Premium member

Corrected entry: Lincoln and his sponsor have identical moles on their faces. This would be highly improbable since things like moles and birthmarks, although influenced by genetics, would appear randomly at different places on different clones of the same person.

Correction: They specifically mentioned a full scan is done of the sponsor. Since skin can be harvested as well, the clones could be constructed with birth-marks, etc. They formed them as adults, so they are not normal clones, they are exact copies.

Joshua Skains

Corrected entry: When the Lincolns are driving to the TV station, the clone stamps on the brake and skids out over the white line. When the copter comes down, it's further back.


Correction: There is nothing in the shot that we are able to know if he backed up or not. There is nothing in the movie that we can use as a focus point. There is nothing visible from the windows. When we see the overshot we see that there are skid marks, which indicates he moved back.

James Storck

Corrected entry: After Lincoln 6 Echo goes down to the 'basement' to have a quick drink with McCord, the liquor does not show up when his urine is analysed. They should know immediately that he's had a tipple and he'd be in trouble.

Correction: The liquor doesn't show up because the urine was not tested for alcohol. The clones aren't given alcohol, so there would be no reason to test for it.

Corrected entry: When they get back to McCord's home, he manages to look up details of the clones' sponsors. Why does he have access to these details? Why would he need them?

Correction: The sponsors need to be contacted if anything goes wrong with their clones (like the one that awoke during surgery near the beginning) so they can come back to scan their DNA again. As an employee, McCord had the information to do so.

Corrected entry: Clones do not have the same fingerprints as each other. Identical twins are clones because they are derived from the same egg, but they still don't have the same prints.


Correction: It is true that identical twins do not have the exact same fingerprints. However, they are very, very close. I am an identical twin. I have a safety deposit box at a bank that requires a thumbprint scan to open it. My brother can open it too.

Scott Woelfel

Corrected entry: How exactly did the Institute get the results back from Lincoln Six Echo's brain scan? Lincoln "disposed" of them after he had already left the Institute, so there was no way they could retrieve the information. Even if they sent out signals to receivers inside the Institute, they wouldn't have a complete brain scan because he left too early.

Correction: They followed Echo's trail to the bathroom and/or picked up their homing signals to retrieve them. The probes did manage to complete their scan because they left through the urine just as they were designed to. What makes you think he has to be in the facility for the probes to work?

James King III

Corrected entry: As Lincoln and Jordan are escaping the Institute, they are crawling through construction areas and ventilation shafts, getting their white jump suits visibly dirty. Once they emerge from the Institute into the real world, their suits are instantly clean again.


Correction: No, their suits are filthy. When they first emerge into the "real" world, there is very bright sunlight, and it is harder to see the dirt, but then as the scenes progress and they are walking further through the desert, you can clearly see that their suits are covered in dry "filth".

mandy gasson

Corrected entry: We find out that "The Island" is set in 2019, but how come everywhere people go there are things from 2005? There are loads of cars that people have now, plus the advert Jordan 2 Delta looks at when she reaches LA (the CK eternity advert with Scarlett Johansson) is from 2005.

Correction: Fourteen years is not that long a period of time - many people still have cars of that age, and some car designs don't change that quickly, so it's entirely plausible that we'd see a reasonable number of vehicles that look very familiar, and the same applies to other items. As for the advert, in story terms, that's not the 2005 advert with Scarlett Johannson, it's a more recent 2019 advert with Sarah Jordan, who merely bears a startling resemblance to the earlier actress.

Tailkinker Premium member

Corrected entry: When Tom Lincoln discovers Lincoln Six-Echo and Jordan in his house, he attacks, smashing the glass case of the Renevatio model. Moments later, the case is intact again.

Correction: He does not fall and break the Renevatio casing, he falls onto a glass coffee table that is next to the casing.

mandy gasson

Corrected entry: When Lincoln 6 Echo goes for a night time walkabout, how come he is not spotted, with all of the technological advances they have shown in the film? They can tell if two clones have compromised their proximity, but he is able to walk about undetected, I would imagine that there would be cameras, and this wrist band would also monitor his movements.

Correction: The lack of sensors outside the "product areas" is further evidence that the company CEOs truly believed the products were so naive that they would not escape (also, think about all that brainwashing during their embryonic time).

Corrected entry: Lima One Alpha, the first woman to die in the movie, was made to have her sponsor's baby. However, since her last name is Alpha, she is 7 years old at the Institute. Even if she was one of the last Alphas made, it took a full year to make her, and another year to have the baby, it equals out to an absolute maximum of 3 years. Where happened to those missing 4 years?

Correction: Perhaps she wasn't solely created to have a baby - the sponsor was certainly rich enough before she wanted a baby. Also, perhaps the reason she wasn't able to carry/conceive/birth a child was the reason she had the insurance policy to begin with. Finally, perhaps she knew she'd want a baby one day but didn't know when.

Corrected entry: In the chase scene on the freeway, where Lincoln and Jordan are on the back of the truck, they release a load of train wheels into the cars chasing them. However, we have already seen that trains no longer use wheels.

Correction: The wheels are also rather rusty, so they're probably on their way to be scrapped.


Corrected entry: In the scene where Lincoln and Jordan are hiding in the old building before they get on the train, security is trying to break in to get them. One of them reaches his hand through a hole to try and unlock the door. Jordan then nails his hand a few times with a nail gun. It shows a shot of the nails on the other side, but they don't have any blood on them.

Correction: Nothing bleeds that fast, there's no major arteries in the hand. Plus the nail would have been moving quite fast, and would have been wiped clean by the wood in the door anyway.

Corrected entry: In the car chase sequence, one of the car doors is open, then suddenly is closed, then is open again.

Correction: There are two cars - the car being chased and the chasers' car. The car with the door closed was a shot of the chasers' car.

Corrected entry: The large scar on Lincoln's face disappears shortly after the love scene. (It's supposed to be the next day but one day is not long enough for a scar to fully heal.).

Correction: Lincoln's scar on his forehead was bleeding fresh, which made it look like it was bigger then it actually was. He must've washed off the dry blood at some point. On the balcony the scar is still there, but the light overshadows it.

Corrected entry: Merrick is supposedly breaking numerous laws against euthanasia by creating sentient clones, yet has a staff of hundreds working at the clone factory as though they were making shoes. He couldn't possibly hope to keep things secret running things the way he did. Does he really think someone like Steve Buscemi could be trusted with such a secret?

Correction: You'd be surprised what you can get people to do, and once they're associated with such activities they can't 'go public' lest they be arrested as well. Not to mention the pay is probably very good.

James King III

Corrected entry: When they have to decide that they must get rid of $200 million dollars worth of clones, they begin killing every new clone in their own water pouch, every new clone being "taught" the basics of living in the institution, and then they have mass winnings for clones already in the system. But $200 million means that only 40 people would need to be killed. They obviously tried to kill way more people than 40 people during the entire sequence.

Correction: Not all the clones would necessarily be worth $5 million. That is just how much Tom Lincoln (the "real" one) paid for HIS clone. Others could have paid less, or more.

Corrected entry: Falling from a 40 story building would kill a person. even if they did land in a net.

Correction: Stuntmen do it all the time- obviously they land in carefully positioned airbags, but it is possible to survive a fall that high or higher. Though it is extremely unlikely.

James King III

Corrected entry: If the real Jordan was such a world-famous supermodel, why is her clone able to walk around and mingle with the public, yet no-one recognizes her face? (Other than the real Lincoln and her son.)

Correction: Models can look very different in real-life as opposed to how they look on TV, the fashion runway, and in print ads. Hair, makeup, lighting, photo retouching etc., create drastically different images. And not everyone is interested in knowing who the super models are.

raywest Premium member

Corrected entry: When Ewan McGregor enters the hospital through the loose floorboard, he doesn't close it all the way, yet when they show the hallway were the floorboard is supposed to be it is in place again. When he comes back, the floorboard is back in the same position he left it.

Correction: We don't see the first hallway again until he returns to it to leave, so we never see it 'back in place'.

James King III

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McCord: Hey, just because people eat the burger, doesn't mean they wanna know the cow.



Gandu Three Echo, the clone who hits the screen showing the first lottery winner in the movie, complains that he has been around for 7 years and never won the lottery. However, McCord explains later in the movie that the last name tells how old the clones are. Lincoln Six Echo is 3 years old because he is in the Echo generation, and the Delta generation (Jordan Two Delta) is 4 years old. Going backwards, this would make Charlies 5 years old, Bravos 6 years old, and Alphas 7 years old. Gandu Three Echo should have really been Gandu Three Alpha.



Jordan Two Delta (Scarlett Johansson) sees a poster ad and commercial for Calvin Klein featuring her sponsor "Sarah Jordan". They are really things Scarlett did for CK before she made the movie.