Dr. Evil is back and has invented a new time machine that allows him to go back to the 1960s and steal Austin Powers' mojo, inadvertently leaving him "shagless".

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mike Myers ... Austin Powers / Dr. Evil / Fat Bastard
Heather Graham ... Felicity Shagwell
Michael York ... Basil Exposition
Robert Wagner ... Number Two
Rob Lowe ... Young Number Two
Seth Green ... Scott Evil
Mindy Sterling ... Frau Farbissina
Verne Troyer ... Mini-Me (as Verne J. Troyer)
Elizabeth Hurley ... Vanessa Kensington
Gia Carides ... Robin Swallows
Oliver Muirhead ... British Colonel
George Cheung ... Chinese Teacher (as George Kee Cheung)
Jeffrey Meng Jeffrey Meng ... Chinese Student
Muse Watson ... Klansman
Scott Cooper ... Klansman's Son - Bobby
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Dr. Evil uses a device he calls a "Time Machine" to travel back to 1969 and remove Austin Powers' mojo. The sexually wounded swinger must travel back in time and, with the help of agent Felicity Shagwell, recover his vitality. Meanwhile, Dr. Evil's personal life runs amok as he discovers love, continues to shun his son and develops a close relationship with himself. Well, actually, a clone 1/8 his size whom he dubs "Mini-Me". The always time-baffled Dr. Evil begins his plan to put a gigantic cannon on the moon, thus turning it into a device called either "The Death Star" or "Alan Parson's Project," depending on which name is available. Written by Michael "Rabbit" Hutchison <rabhutch@spacestar.net>

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Rated PG-13 for sexual innuendo and crude humor | See all certifications »

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When Heather Graham was asked to audition for the role, at Mike Myers' request, she was saved from a porn career. Before she was called by her agent, she was seriously considering accepting a major part in a softcore lesbian movie after not having any meaningful film roles in close to a year and a half. The first thing she did after getting paid for this movie was buy a copy of the porno in which she would have appeared. See more »

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In Starbucks, when Frau introduces her girlfriend Unibrau, there are two Starbucks "baristas" working behind the counter in the background and one walking in front of the counter. When we cut to a close-up of Unibrau, the baristas vanish. See more »

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Narrator: [text is rendered in the manner of a "Star Wars" opening crawl] Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery, was frozen in 1967 and defrosted in the Nineties to battle his nemesis, Dr. Evil. After foiling his archenemy's plan to send a nuclear warhead to the center of the earth, Austin banished Dr. Evil to the cold recesses of space and settled down with his new wife, Vanessa, to live happily ever after. Or so he thought...
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Crazy Credits

There are extra scenes in the movie in the credits: 1. It shows Scott Evil meeting his real mom on Jerry Springer who turns out to be Frau (?). She explains that the test tube baby story of his birth was a lie and he is really the love child of her and Dr. Evil 2. It shows another scene of '1 Month Later' You hear Felicity Shagwell screaming from having sex when Austin walks in on her and another man. It is reveled that the other man is Austin from the past! Past Austin explains its technically not really cheating. 3. At the very end of the movie after all the credits are done it shows a scene with Mustaffa (his voice) in the scene where he fell off into a canyon. He begs for someone to call an ambulance and unsuccessfully tries to stand up on a splint he made. See more »

Alternate Versions

When the movie aired on TBS, the scene where Austin says, "This coffee tastes like sh*t" was edited slightly. The swear-word was replaced with "poop." See more »

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Referenced in Stargate SG-1: Orpheus (2003) See more »

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Word Up
Written by Tomi Jenkins and Larry Blackmon
Performed by Mel B (as Melanie G) (aka Scary Spice)
Produced by Timbaland (as Timbaland) for Timbaland Productions, Inc.
Courtesy of Virgin Records Ltd.
by arrangement with Virgin Records America, Inc.
Timbaland appears courtesy of Blackground Entertainment, Inc.
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More inevitable cheekiness from Myers
21 April 2007 | by KUAlum26See all my reviews

The follow-up to 1997's Austin Powers:International Man of Mystery was probably not a certainty form the get-go:if I recall correctly,the first Austin Powers was NOT the smashing success of a box-office film that many involved initially imagined,and had it not been for a strong reaction from video and DVD renters,the franchise may've stopped at one. Since I happened to enjoy the first one(saw it on video BTW),I can honestly say that while the sequels seemed to have depreciating value,I'm still glad that Myers and company went ahead with the follow-ups.

Now acclimated to the '90s,Austin(Myers,who else?)is about to settle into wedded bliss when he's attacked in his honeymoon suite by a legion of Fembots,given marching orders by a refugeed Dr.Evil(Myers,see previous ref). It seems that Evil's back trying to destroy the free world,this time with the aid of a time machine of his own making. Of course,the British secret service ALSO has a time machine(of course),and Austin races through time to stop Evil's plans,this time with the help of one Felicity Shagwell(Heather Graham,beautiful,sexy,game,and yet somehow out of her element here),an American NOC agent from the year 1969.

A whole series,moving almost in waves,of sight-gags,verbal plays and yet more homages to Bond and Bond-type movies of the '60s,basically keeps the continuity of the original going seamlessly. Much of the cast from the last movie-- particularly Robert Wagner as the chief Hench,Seth Green as sullen son Scott Evil,Mindy Sterling as Frau FArbissima,Michael York as Basil Exposition and Will Ferrell as Mustafa the Assassin(who must be asked the same question THREE times in order to get information. One of my favorite gags from the movie)--are back,supplemented by Rob Lowe as the younger Number Two,Verne Troyer as Evil's identical clone,one-tenth his size and Myers again as Fat Bastard,a Scotish assassin with a violent temper who weighs a metric ton(I think I'm paraphrasing there),among others. Cameos by(among others) Burt Bacharach(as from the previous film)and Elvis Costello are added to give the film it's small slice of romanticism. Jay Roach returns to direct this one,and he,as usual,is near transparent in allowing Myers(not only star and co-producer but also screenwriter)to pretty much take this film as high,low,far,close,loud,soft and whatever as he fancies. While the original's flavor seems to be getting steadily diluted by the "franchise effect" of sequels(in other words,the effect that kind of makes a movie more of a "product" than a piece of entertainment),it still has the same sass,cheeky humor and fun to keep it quite enjoyable.


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11 June 1999 (USA) See more »

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Austin Powers 2: The Spy Who Shagged Me See more »

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$33,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$17,981,900, 13 June 1999

Gross USA:

$206,040,086

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$312,016,928
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