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The Princess Diaries 2 - Royal Engagement (2004)
Front Cover Actor Back Cover
Anne Hathaway Mia Thermopolis
Julie Andrews Queen Clarisse Renaldi
Hector Elizondo Joe
John Rhys-Davies Viscount Mabrey
Heather Matarazzo Lilly Moscovitz
Callum Blue Andrew Jacoby
Joel McCrary Prime Minister Motaz
Tom Poston Lord Palimore
Chris Pine Nicholas Devereaux
Kathleen Marshall Charlotte Kutaway
Movie Details
Genre Comedy; Romance
Director Garry Marshall
Producer Debra Martin Chase; Whitney Houston; Tom Hines
Writer Gina Wendkos; Meg Cabot
Studio Walt Disney Video
Language English
Audience Rating G (General Audience)
Running Time 113 mins
Country USA
Color Color
IMDb Rating 5.6
Starring the irresistible Anne Hathaway (ELLA ENCHANTED) and Academy Award(R) winner Julie Andrews (Best Actress, MARY POPPINS, 1964), this modern-day fairy tale picks up right where THE PRINCESS DIARIES left off! As future queen of Genovia, Princess Mia (Hathaway) has everything a girl could want -- except the magical romance she's always dreamed of. But soon, Mia's shocked to discover that she needs to get married right now or her family will lose the crown! Comic complications rule the day in this delightful family story about finding out who you really are and discovering what it takes to make your dreams come true!
Personal Details
Seen It Yes
Index 869
Collection Status In Collection
DVD Carousel Carousel 9
Slot 7
Links Amazon US
Movie Collector Connect
Product Details
Edition Widescreen Edition
Format DVD
Region Region 1
Screen Ratio 1.85:1
Layers Single Side, Dual Layer
UPC (Barcode) 786936242652
Release Date 12/14/2004
Subtitles English; French; Spanish
Packaging Keep Case
Audio Tracks English Dolby Digital 5.1
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1
Extra Features
Royal Bloopers Deleted Scenes With Garry Marshall Introductions "Breakaway" Music Video by Kelly Clarkson The PD2 Makeover Find Your Inner Princess: A Personality Quiz Making A Return Engagement: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Cool Music in the Movie, Hosted by Raven A Julie Andrews & Garry Marshall Commentary