The fact that he's wearing it was highly calculated and considered. I don't mean as a product placement, but nothing that fundamental escapes the wardrobe and prop design in a major film production. It's really cool that it it was included for whatever reason. My guess is that the watch belongs to the production though.
A photo of Jeffrey Wright from a scene in Source Code... You can make out the watch and the black bezel, but can't confirm if it is the Planet Ocean, but it sure does look like it from that angle though..
bet your bottom dollar that PO was sourced by the head dresser. that was a style choice not the actors watch (unless he happened to own it, wear it to his fittings and the chief wardrobe said, "I like that watch, wear it-or we'll go out and get one like it"
*note: interesting that once again a dive watch is worn by a -havnt seen the film yet-a science geek? scientist-i'm guessing-and NOT a Casio calculator watch
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