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Computerpolis 2 (also known as Computopia 2 in some regions) is a 2007 American computer-animated science fantasy comedy-adventure film produced by Geo LTD. Animation and is the last in the series to be distributed by Columbia Pictures via Sony Pictures Releasing[1] before Universal Studios announced its distribution agreement with Geo LTD. in 2008. As the sequel to the 2004 film Computerpolis, director Audel LaRoque, producer Mandy Sekelsky, and writer David C. Cobb all returned for the film. John Debney and Heitor Pereira, composers of the first film, also composed the original music for this film.

The 30th Geo LTD. feature film, Computerpolis 2 takes place two years after the first film, with Peri Dazz now being 16 years old. It focuses on Peri and Nicky entering an massively multiplayer virtual reality online sandbox game, during which Peri finds love. Soon, Computerpolis plunges into chaos when a group of hackers try to hijack Peri's computer and take over Computerpolis. The original voice cast — Jesse McCartney, David Spade, Dan Fogler, David Hyde Pierce, Jodi Benson, Garry Marshall and Jennifer Tilly — all reprised their roles in the sequel, and they are joined by Sarah Silverman, Chris Pine and Eddie Izzard.

Computerpolis 2 was released in the United States theaters on Christmas Day, December 25, 2007 (exactly three years after its predecessor). The film received mostly positive reviews from critics and grossed $369 million on a $180 million budget, becoming the highest-grossing Geo LTD. film of 2007. It was also a commercial and critical success, though it suffered competition with another Columbia Pictures film The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep. It was the final film in the Computerpolis franchise to be animated by Geo LTD. Blur before the studio was renamed Blur Animation Workshop. A sequel, titled Computerpolis 3, was released in 2010, and another film, titled Computerpolis 4, is set for release in 2018.

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Production

After the success of the first film, the sequel was announced on January 4, 2005. "Computerpolis ... has become Geo LTD's first-ever CGI franchise. We plan to release the sequel theatrically in Christmas 2007," said Geo G., Geo LTD's CEO. It was later revealed that director Audel LaRoque had started drafting the outline for a sequel in September 2004 during the post-production of the first film.

In October 2005, Geo LTD. announced a subtitle for the sequel, Internet Chaos, which was changed by March 2006 to The Error of Doom before simply being retitled to Computerpolis 2 in November 2006. In February 2006, Geo G. confirmed that they had started working on the film.

Casting

In May 2005, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Peter Boyle was negotiating to voice a villain, named Cyber-Boy, but the negotiations failed.

Release

In November 2007, the film was selected for competition at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival, and it received a wide release on December 25, 2007.

Home media

Computerpolis 2 was released on DVD and Blu-ray on March 5, 2008. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray again on May 4, 2010.

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Music

Main article: Computerpolis 2/Soundtrack

Sequels

Main article: Computeropolis 3 References

  1. 1.0 1.1 In July 2010, the film's distribution rights were purchased by Geo LTD. Animation and transferred to Universal Pictures.
Geo LTD.
Films:
Geo's Funny Book Stories (1973) • The Missing Adventures of Geo Guy (1979) • The Crazy Lalo Madness (1980) • Spiffed (1981) • The Dark Red Eye (1982) • Zane the Cool Kid (1983) • Zane the Cool Kid 2: Life Rocks (1987) • Goois (1988) • The Orange Spaceship (1989) • City of Aliens (1990) • The Green House (1991) • Zane the Cool Kid 3: Back in a Cool and Awesome Kid (1992) • Lo and the Short Island (1993) • Escape from Creepy Land (1994) • Rise, Fall, Revenge and Attack of the Dark Creatures (1995) • Paint World (1996) • Sky Island (1997) • Matt and Jeff (1998) • Lollos (2002) • Geo: The Greatest Movie Ever (2002) • Blue Ball (2003) • How Frogs Go to London (2005) • BJ and Wally (2006) • The 10 Feet (2007) • The World Invasion (2008) • BJ and Wally: FusionMania (2008) • Woo La La (2009) • Swapped (2009) • Dot Box (2010) • BJ and Wally Go Around the World (2011) • Chicken and Hen (2012) • Dot Box 2 (2012) • Zane the Cool Kid (2012) • Quest (2013) • Dot Box 3 (2013) • The Graffiti Brothers (2014) • Hatty (2015) • Quest 2 (2016) • Evolupia (2016) • The World of Bono (2017) • Woo La La 2 (2018) • Quest 3 (2019)
Produced with Blur Animation Workshop:
Lost in a City (1999) • The Nut Box (2001) • Computerpolis (2004) • Metal Mike (2006) • Computerpolis 2 (2007) • Computerpolis 3 (2010) • Gabriel and the Wacky Pack (2011) • Geo (2013) • Gabriel and the Wacky Pack 2 (2014) • Geo 2 (2015) • Imaginary Animals (2017) • Gabriel and the Wacky Pack 3 (2017) • Geo 3 (2018) • Computerpolis 4 (2018) • Fuzzies (2019) • Imaginary Animals 2 (2020)
Produced under VerniX Animation Studios:
MYCUN (2015) • 3 Simple Doods and 1 Simple Doodette (2017) • MYCUN 2 (2018) • Cool Spot (2018) • Little Guys (2019) • Rage Comics (2019) • 3 Simple Doods 2 (2020) • Castle (2021)
Other films:
Tony: The Movie (2000) • The Sentinel (2020)
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