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Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London (2004) Poster

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Hannah Spearritt wanted her character and Cody Banks to be an item, but this idea was nixed by the producers.
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The makers wanted to use "London Calling" by The Clash, but couldn't afford the rights. Director Kevin Allen got hold of fellow Jack*, Martin Ace of "Man", to write "Destination London" instead. (*native of Swansea).
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Agent Cody Banks (2003) director Harald Zwart quit after disagreeing with the studio over the amount of budget allocated to the film (only $1 million more than the first film). Zwart wanted to use a lot of CGI effects which would have brought the budget up to about $30 million, a figure that MGM deemed to be too high.
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Frankie Muniz was paid $5 million for reprising his role as Agent Cody Banks (2003), $3 million more than the original.
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Shot during Frankie Muniz's summer hiatus from Malcolm in the Middle (2000).
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Frankie Muniz underwent two months of martial arts training before filming began.
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There are 15 credited producers on the film.
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The script was being written as filming took place.
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Kevin Allen wanted to direct the film to prove that he could make a popcorn movie as well as the indie fare he's more associated with.
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According to the DVD commentary, even though the opening camp scene was set near Seattle, Washington it was actually filmed in London. The underground facility beneath the camp was filmed at Canary Wharf Tube Station in London as well.
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Both Anthony Anderson and Keith David appeared in Barbershop (2002).
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