Limitless is a 2011 American crime novel heading for by Neil Burger and Bradley Cooper, Abbie Cornish, and Robert De Niro. It is based on the 2001 story The Dark Fields by Alan Glynn with the script by Leslie Dixon. The movie was released on March 18, 2011.
Edward Eddie as Bradley Cooper is a novelist who lives in New York City and has newly been discarded by his girlfriend Lindy as Abbie Cornish in adding up to failing to meet the limit to turn in his new book, which he hasn't ongoing yet. One day, Eddie come crosswise Vernon Gant as Johnny Whitworth, the brother of his ex-wife, Melissa Gant as Anna Friel. Vernon is a drug merchant, and he offers Eddie a sample of a new no tropic drug, claiming it has the aptitude for humans to right of entry 100% of the brain's power, as opposed to the normal 20%. Eddie accepts, and, much to his shock, the drug does certainly work, allowing him to close his book.
One year afterward, Eddie's book has been published and Eddie is running for the United States commission. In the midst of his battle, Carl approaches Eddie with the revelation that he bought the company that covertly makes NZT and Eddie was financing to the back room NZT lab that has been blackout. Carl offers him a limitless supply of NZT; however, Eddie must use his behind position to push Carl's agenda in go back. Eddie refuses the affectionate, informing Carl that he no longer needs the drug: his prolonged use, combined with a customized version of the drug, has allowable him to come off of the drug and has permanently enhanced his brain. However, in the film's last sight Eddie have lunch with Lindy, conversing with the waiter in Mandarin Chinese, send-off it vague as to whether or not he is truthfully off of NZT-48.