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The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004)

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Now settled in Genovia, Princess Mia faces a new revelation: she is being primed for an arranged marriage to an English suitor.


Garry Marshall


Meg Cabot (characters), Gina Wendkos (story) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Anne Hathaway ... Mia Thermopolis
Julie Andrews ... Queen Clarisse Renaldi
Hector Elizondo ... Joe
John Rhys-Davies ... Viscount Mabrey
Heather Matarazzo ... Lilly Moscovitz
Chris Pine ... Nicholas Devereaux
Callum Blue ... Andrew Jacoby
Kathleen Marshall ... Charlotte Kutaway
Tom Poston ... Lord Palimore
Joel McCrary ... Prime Minister Motaz
Kim Thomson ... Reporter Elsie Penworthy
Raven-Symoné ... Asana (as Raven)
Larry Miller ... Paolo
Caroline Goodall ... Mia's Mom Helen
Sean O'Bryan ... Mia's Stepfather Patrick


Princess Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway) has just turned twenty-one and is supposed to succeed her grandmother as the Queen of Genovia. But Viscount Mabrey (John Rhys-Davies), who wishes that his nephew who is also in line to the throne to be the new ruler, reminds everyone of a law that states that an unmarried woman can't be made Queen, and with the backing of Parliament, he opposes Mia's coronation. Queen Clarisse Renaldi (Dame Julie Andrews) asks that Mia be allowed time to find a husband, and she is given thirty days, but Mabrey tries to do what he can to stop that: his nephew, Nicholas Devereaux (Chris Pine) has met Mia and they are both attracted to each other, but Mia, upon learning who he is, dislikes and doesn't trust him, but Queen Clarisse has invited him to stay with them for the thirty day period to keep an eye on him. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


The throne is all hers...but there's a little hitch. See more »


Comedy | Family | Romance


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Did You Know?


The jewelry used by Princess Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway) and Queen Clarisse Renaldi (Dame Julie Andrews) was all real. A guard was on-set the whole time. The most expensive piece is the necklace Queen Clarisse is wearing at the wedding. See more »


During the meeting with the Parliament members, Lilly is wearing a dark pantsuit. After they leave the meeting area, her shirt changed a magenta t-shirt, with no evidence that she changed clothes. See more »


Lady Blake: Mia. Did you happen to see who's here?
Mia Thermopolis: Who?
Lady Blake: The king wannabe with Lady Elissa.
Mia Thermopolis: Oh. Is she his... girlfriend?
Lord Jerome: Nicholas doesn't have girlfriends, he has dates... but attractive ones.
Lady Blake: You talk to him much?
Mia Thermopolis: Uh... we acknowledge each other.
[makes a face, Lady Blake laughs]
Mia Thermopolis: [Regaining composure, Mia calls over her shoulder] Andrew?
Andrew Jacoby: Yes, dear. Coming.
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Crazy Credits

"Fat Louie" was credited as "Himself," and so was "Maurice" (whose actual name was Gatsby) See more »


Referenced in Ban the Sadist Videos! (2005) See more »


Fun In The Sun
Written by Matthew Gerrard, Robbie Nevil, and Steve Harwell
Performed by Steve Harwell
Courtesy of Spunout Records
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Totally dreamy!
20 February 2007 | by polar24See all my reviews

More from Ms Hathaway and Ms Poppins as the newly crowned Princess Mia travels to Genovia to fulfill all the roles of royal domestication and to achieve every princess's dream - to get married! This is really an add-on to the 2001 film with more cake-icing sets, ravishing costume changes, and dilemmas of love and politics, all set to a funky dance soundtrack.

Mia's school sweetheart has been replaced by two dashing handsome men. One the heir and future prince of Genovia and the other, her irresistible love-to-hate nephew. The love triangle forms the main obstacle in the film for Mia and so this sequel plays more like a guilty pleasure for fans of the first film than the coming-of-age story it could have been.

The female leads are once again so much fun to be around and lovely to watch on screen. Even more charming than her male suiters, Hathaway is a knockout, and looks exquisitely ravishing in each scene. I was swept away by the sparking chateaus and glistening make-up, but must say the believability factor was definitely pushing the line in this episode.

I admit that despite my animosity at this puff-pastry of a sequel, I still had lots of fun with it, and it shouldn't stop you from having a really enjoyable daydream for a few hours. The sets, costumes and main star are all gorgeous to behold thanks to the high production values, For the most part, a pleasure for the eyes and a charming, enchanting yet predictable bubble-bath of a fairytale.

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11 August 2004 (USA) See more »

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$40,000,000 (estimated)

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$22,956,453, 15 August 2004

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