American Pie 2


1h 45m 2001

Brief Synopsis

The AMERICAN PIE kids' first year in college.

Film Details

Also Known As
American Pie II
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Teens
Sequel
Release Date
2001
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
Michigan, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Synopsis

The students of East Great Falls High have spent a year apart, going to different colleges and learning a bit more about life. Jim has discovered that losing your virginity doesn't necessarily make you suave, while Oz is trying to cope with his girlfriend spending a summer abroad. Meanwhile, Stifler remains his badly-behaved self. Coming together for the first time in a year, the guys rent a beach house and vow to make this the best summer ever. As it turns out, whether that will happen or not has a lot to do with the girls. Vicky has become a little less idealistic, while Michelle is more down to earth. Heather, meanwhile, wants to see all the world has to offer her. Between the wild parties, outrageous revelations and yes, a trip to band camp, they discover that times change and people change, but in the end, it's all about sticking together.

Crew

Karen Agresti

Set Decorator

V Alfieri

Song

Lordikim Allah

Song

Jason Altieri

Production Assistant

Angela Ammons

Song Performer

Mark Andresen

On-Set Dresser

Carlos Aragon

Production Assistant

Billie Joe Armstrong

Song

Brad Arnold

Song

Brian Edward Avery

Stunts

Samantha N Bahramian

Lighting Technician

Daniel Bailey

Production

Zack Baldauf

Song

Kevin Baldes

Song

Clayton Barber

Stunts

Jeff Barco

Best Boy

Kevin Barnett

Assistant

Jane Bartelme

Coproducer

Adam Barth

Video Assist/Playback

Elizabeth Bartolotta-clark

Accounting Assistant

Carlo Basail

Other

Ted Bayard

Assistant Location Manager

Christine Benda

Best Boy

Chris Bender

Coproducer

Dena Berman

Casting Associate

Eddie Bernstein

Other

Marco Black

Assistant Director

Elizabeth Bolden

Best Boy

Cyrus William Bolooki

Song

Justin Bourret

Avid Editor

Michael Bradford

Song

Becky Brake

Location Manager

Michelle Branch

Song Performer

Michelle Branch

Song

Julian Bratolyubov

Music

Benjamin Brewer

Song

Brent Brewington

Boom Operator

Marc Brown

Assistant

Jeanette Browning

Adr

Scott Buckwald

Props

Billy Burton

Stunts

Steve Bynum

Special Thanks To

Tyson Caffo

Assistant Location Manager

Lon Caracappa

Rigging Gaffer

Adam Cardone

Song

Hoagy Carmichael

Song

Chris Carpenter

Rerecording

Kendra Carter

Casting Associate

Peggy Casey

On-Set Dresser

John Catron

Production Accountant

Robert L Catron

Production Assistant

Manuel Cervantes

Production

M Cetani Sr.

Other

Lucia Cifarelli

Song

Jeffrey N Civa

Assistant

David W Clark

Assistant Property Master

Rene Clark

Rotoscope Animator

Karrie Combs

Stunts

Tom Connell

Best Boy Grip

Jennifer Coolidge

Other

Mark Coyne

Assistant

Mark Coyne

Assistant Camera Operator

John E Crider

Other

Norval Crutcher Iii

Adr Editor

Clay Cullen

Stunts

Frank A Cuomo

Post-Production Supervisor

Rivers Cuomo

Song

Roxy D'alonzo

Makeup Artist

Steven Dahlberg

Special Thanks To

Jayde Dahlquist

Lighting Technician

Jeff Darosa

Song

Michael David

Props

Egor Davidoff

Assistant Camera Operator

Cicero De Moraes

Other

Sarah De Sa Rego

Production Assistant

Richard Delabio

Assistant Location Manager

Jeff Delucia

Other

Stacee Depalo

Other

Matthew Devitt

Best Boy

Mark Dimitrov

Grip

Kitty Doris-bates

Art Director

Jim Downing

Best Boy

Stephen Dudycha

Production Assistant

Edward J Duffy

Assistant Location Manager

Greg Dulli

Song

Julie Lynn Ebin

Costumes

Matt Eddy

Assistant

Billy Edwards

Costumes

Doug Eldridge

Song

Amanda Evans

Art Department Coordinator

Exit

Song Performer

Joanna Fabicon

Assistant

Michael Farrow

Other

Randi Feldman

Script Supervisor

Jeannine Fenton

On-Set Dresser

Laurie Fink

Costumes

Keith Fisher

Transportation Captain

Tommy Hooper Flanagan

Grip

Diana Flores

Adr Mixer

Thomas Flowers

Song

Michael Foster

Best Boy Grip

Robert E Foster

Song

Stefan Frank

Associate Producer

Chris Freibus

Assistant

Andy Friend

Production

Lisa Furia

Post-Production Accountant

Guy Furrow

Song

Michael Gagliano

Editorial Production Assistant

Sherry Gallarneau

Script Supervisor

Karlene Gallegly

Assistant Location Manager

Sandra Gazeley

Costumes

Mike George

Production

Gary S. Gerlich

Sound Editor

Cara Giallanza

Assistant Director

Rick Giannola

Song

Chad Everett Gilbert

Song

Kenny Gioia

Song

Eric J. Goldstein

Director Of Photography

Eric J. Goldstein

Camera Operator

Eric J. Goldstein

Other

Jeff Gomillion

Adr Mixer

Stuart Gorrell

Song

Marilyn Graf

Foley Editor

Billy Grunder

Craft Service

Ian R Grushka

Song

Jay Gruska

Other

Aren Gunnar

Song

Mike Gunther

Stunts

Christopher Guyer

Video Assist/Playback

C J Hakeem

Craft Service

Tera Hanks

Special Thanks To

David Harari

Art Assistant

Dan Harnett

Song

Derrick Harper

Other

Todd Harrell

Song

Jeff Hay

On-Set Dresser

Jeffrey Hefner

Sound

Rafael Hernandez Marin

Song

Hugo Herrera

Other

Adam Herz

Executive Producer

Adam Herz

From Story

Adam Herz

Story By

Adam Herz

Screenplay

Adam Herz

Characters As Source Material

Bryan Holland

Song

William Hooper

Sound Editor

Doug I Huete

Lighting Technician

Darryl Humber

Dolly Grip

Ryan Huston

Other

Charles Martin Inouye

Music Editor

Mark Irwin

Other

Mark Irwin

Director Of Photography

Rick Ivanisevich

Song

Michael Jackson

Song

Jeffrey Jenofsky

Production Assistant

Douglas S Johnson

Camera

Jay Johnson

Titles

Lonnie Johnson

Medic

Stephen V. Johnson

Assistant Director

Gary Jones

Music Supervisor

Stacy Jones

Song

Dave Jordan

Music Supervisor

Doc Kane

Adr Mixer

Dan Kelley

Camera Equipment

Kate Kelly

Assistant Production Coordinator

Sean T Kelly

Key Grip

Kevin M Kennedy

Key Grip

Rick Kessler

Special Thanks To

Drew Kinney

Set Designer

Monique Klauer

Assistant Editor

Stephen Lee Klein

Song

Robert Kositchek

Camera Operator

Andy Koyama

Rerecording

Alex Krimm

Production

Betty S Krul

Set Designer

Eric Kupper

Song

Randy Kutcher

Grip

Robert S Lamorgese

Production Assistant

Kenneth A Larson

Set Designer

Deborah Laub

Location Manager

David Lawrence

Original Music

David Lawrence

Music

Richard Le Grand

Sound Editor

Rick Lefevour

Stunts

Scott Leslie

On-Set Dresser

Michael E Listorti

Dolly Grip

Matthew Livingston

Grip

Alan E Lorimer

Special Effects Coordinator

Ryan Louden

Grip

Vinson Lui

Song

Larry Madaras

Editor

Jeff Mahler

Assistant

Richard Malzahn

Visual Effects

Brad Martin

Stunt Coordinator

Wendy Martin

Hair Stylist

Clayton Mathis

Production Assistant

Mark Mayer

Accountant

Ray Mccort

Pilot

Caitlin Mckenna

Adr Voice Casting

Don Mclean

Other

Film Details

Also Known As
American Pie II
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Teens
Sequel
Release Date
2001
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
Michigan, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer August 10, 2001

Released in United States on Video January 15, 2002

Released in United States 2001

Shown at Deauville Festival of American Film (Avant Premieres/Previews) August 31 - September 9, 2001.

Sequel to "American Pie" (USA/1999), directed by Paul and Chris Weitz and starring Jason Biggs; J.B. Rogers was the first assistant director.

Began shooting February 14, 2001.

Completed shooting April 27, 2001.

Released in United States Summer August 10, 2001

Released in United States on Video January 15, 2002

Released in United States 2001 (Shown at Deauville Festival of American Film (Avant Premieres/Previews) August 31 - September 9, 2001.)