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MISS CONGENIALITY 2:
ARMED AND FABULOUS
USA & UK: Warner Bros
Cast: Sandra Bullock, Regina King, Enrique Murciano, William Shatner, Ernie Hudson, Heather Burns, Diedrich Bader, Treat Williams, Abraham Benrubi, Nick Offerman, Eileen Brennan, Elisabeth Röhm, Leslie Grossman, Lusia Strus, Molly Gottlieb, Susan Chuang, William O'Leary, John Diresta, Audrey Wasilewski, Marjorie Lovett, Michelle Page, Faith Minton, Eve Gordon, Kim Morgan Greene, Rachel Iverson, Regis Philbin, Joy Philbin, Thomas McGoldrick, Esteban Cueto, Octavia Spencer, Patricia Andrest Davis, Christopher Ford, James Dumont, Sue Tripathi, Brendan P Connor, Affion Crockett, Brian Shortall, Vic Chao, Benny Nieves, Marcelo Tubert, Jayne Krashin, Rachel Smith, Adam Lefevre, Stephen Tobolowsky, Audrey Berger, Richard Dedomenico, Ivanan Trnik, Dana Lorge, Cynthia Pepper, Dolly Parton, Mary Ann Price, Lloyd Kino, Fusako Stevenson, Scott Noonan, Tracy Elizabeth Blackwell, Jeff Shelton, Emilio Giandomenico, Dori Kancher, Tim Clark, Ida Flammenbaum, Megan Cavanagh, Don Perry, Kimble Jemison, Susan Leslie, Emy Coligado, Gregory Stenson, Don Mirault, Mark S Llewellyn, L Sidney, Larry Edwards, Frank Marino, Brad Grunberg, Alan Luzietti, Wendall Jackson, Larry Edwards, Boy Thomas, Lonnie Henderson, Bobby Newberry, Nancy Anderson, Nicole Delecia, Alex Estornel, Michele Martinez, Jaayda McClanahan, Ayesha Orange, Tomasina Parrott, Christian Vincent, Todd Sherry, Max Shippee, Jasmine Jonas, Randy Sutton, John Bitley, Brian Kehoe, Russell S Pernus, Sam Sadovia, Mitchell Tannis, Jason Toohey, Mark Weinhandl, Adam Austin, Cameron Milzer, Nate Bynum Jr, Michael Kendall, Roxana Ortega
Director: John Pasquin
USA & UK: 115 mins
USA Rated: PG-13 for sex-related humor
UK Certificate: 12A contains moderate violence
USA Release Date: 24 March 2005
UK Release Date: 25 March 2005
MISS CONGENIALITY 2: ARMED AND FABULOUS catches up with FBI Agent Gracie Hart (Sandra Bullock) shortly after she successfully disarmed a threat against the Miss United States Pageant while working undercover as a contestant in Miss Congeniality and became an overnight media sensation.
Things haven't been going so well for her lately. Reeling from a broken romance and frustrated to find her newfound fame is jeopardizing the undercover work she loves, Gracie reluctantly lets her boss, Agent McDonald (Ernie Hudson), talk her into serving the Bureau in the only way now possible: coifed and styled for the talk show circuit as "the face of the FBI." Capitalizing on the greatest PR coup in agency history, the FBI presses their new poster girl into a whirl of photo ops where she re-enacts her pageant exploits to an adoring public, with the help of personal stylist Joel (Diedrich Bader) to smooth her rougher edges.
Though resistant at first, Gracie soon warms to the attention and it's not long before she's getting into her new role a little too much. Her new partner Sam Fuller (Regina King), a tough, ambitious agent who is clearly not her biggest fan, is the first to point out that the pampered Bureau star is turning into FBI Barbie.
But when Gracie's best friends, pageant winner Cheryl Frazier and emcee Stan Fields (Heather Burns and William Shatner, reprising their MISS CONGENIALITY roles) are kidnapped in Las Vegas, Gracie's crime-fighting instincts kick back in.
Not wanting to risk losing their high-profile mascot, the FBI top brass sideline her to press conference duty in Las Vegas and send Sam along as her bodyguard, leaving local FBI supervisor Collins (Treat Williams) to spearhead the rescue effort while junior agent Jeff Foreman (Enrique Murciano) tries to keep Gracie and her entourage safely out of the way till its all over.
But when Collins seems to be leading the investigation in the wrong direction, Gracie must prove once again that appearances are deceiving and that when it comes to breaking a tough case or helping her friends there's nothing she won't do.