Fortress 2


1h 32m 2000

Brief Synopsis

A noble rebel, John Brennick, tries to keep his wife and son safe from the tentacles of big business as the Earth has fallen under the domination of a big corporation named Men-Tel. John Brennick is forced to help a Men-Tel accountant named Stanley. Soon afterwards John Brennick winds up in a futu

Film Details

Also Known As
Fortress 2 (Reincarceration), Stratoball, Fortress 2: Re-Entry, Fortress II, Fortress II: Re-Entry
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Carousel Picture Company S.A.; Clt-Ufa International; Columbia Pictures; Davis Entertainment; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Technicolor; Title House, Inc.
Distribution Company
Cts; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; Sony Pictures Releasing International; Sony Pictures Releasing International; Village Roadshow Limited
Location
Luxembourg

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 32m

Synopsis

A noble rebel, John Brennick, tries to keep his wife and son safe from the tentacles of big business as the Earth has fallen under the domination of a big corporation named Men-Tel. John Brennick is forced to help a Men-Tel accountant named Stanley. Soon afterwards John Brennick winds up in a futuristic maximum-security prison 26,000 miles from Earth. Warden Peter Teller commences his plan to wrest control of the Earth from the Men-Tel corporation. Warden Teller's first move will be to blow up the penitentiary. John Brennick has to escape from the maximum-security penintentiary and fight against Warden Teller and the Men-Tel Corporation.

Crew

J Tom Archuleta

Assistant Director

Jose Avitia

Supervisor

Craig Berenson

Co-Producer

Alessandro Bolognesi

Camera Operator

Simon Bowles

Art Director

Pascal Charlier

Location Manager

Colin Childs

Props & Model Maker

James Cornish

Concept Illustrator

Paul De Bourcy

Studio Manager

Richard Dolan

Concept Illustrator

Peter Doyle

Screenwriter

Laurent Dumas

Unit & Facilities Manager (Luxembourg)

Cynthia Dumont

Costume Designer

Ralph Eisenmann

Assistant Director (Luxembourg)

Nigel Evans

Art Director

Steven Feinberg

Characters As Source Material

Steven Feinberg

From Story

Tom Findrik

Storyboard Artist

John Flock

Producer

John Flock

Screenwriter

Kathy Folmer

Makeup & Hair Additional Artist

Christopher Franke

Music

Roland Godjin

Special Effects Technician

Nicholas Goodson

Supervising Modelmaker

Claire Grainger

Set Decorator

Maurice Hillier

Sound Recording

Christopher Hobbs

Props & Model Maker

Pascal Jacqmin

Cockroach Wrangler

Manu Janssen

Cockroach Wrangler

Sue Jones

Casting

Mark Kaim

Digital Mixing Stage Recordist

William Karrasch

Special Effects Technician

Stanley Kastner

Re-Recording Mixer

Didier La Vergne

Makeup & Hair Artist

Eddy Lacroix

Helicopter Pilot

Jeff Laity

Foley Artist

Lesley Lamont-fisher

Makeup & Hair Additional Supervisor

Rozenn Le Page

Production Coordinator

Willy Loedts

Horse Wrangler

Angel Dean Lopez

Screenwriter

Albert Edmund Lord

Supervising Dialogue Editor

Derek Marcil

Re-Recording Mixer

Sheila Mcnaught

Script Supervisor

David Myers

Makeup & Hair Supervisor

Hiro Narita

Director Of Photography

Jesse Negron

Foley Artist

Troy Neighbors

Characters As Source Material

Troy Neighbors

From Story

Vivian Nowack

Hair Stylist

Carrie O'brien

Casting Manager (Luxembourg)

Andre Perreault

Re-Recording Mixer

Beatrice Pettovich

Assistant Director (Luxembourg)

Don Power

Special Effects Technician

Karen Rae

Casting

Patrick Rappard

Special Effects Technician

Tom Reeve

Unit Director

Tom Reeve

Executive Producer

Edgar Rothermich

Music Recordist & Producer

Renata Rotrubova

Wardrobe Mistress

Joss Sanglier

Adr Engineer

Jack Santry

Post-Production Supervisor

Jean-claude Schlim

Production Manager (Luxembourg)

Romain Schroeder

Executive Producer

Uli Simon

Costume Supervisor

Roger Simonsz

2nd Camera Operator

Keith Slote

Conceptual Artist

Keith Slote

Other

Thierry Soumagne

Other

Rod Stratfold

Production Designer

James R Symons

Editor

Sophie Treacher

Assistant Director (Luxembourg)

Rogier Trouw

Special Effects Technician

Jan Vervaecke

Other

Walter Vlerick

Helicopter Pilot

Alan Wagner

Conductor

Harry Weissenhaan

Special Effects Supervisor

Garrard Whatley

Supervising Sound Editor

Merill Whatley

Foley Recordist

Terry Whitehouse

Supervising Modelmaker

Edward Wiessenhaan

Special Effects Coordinator

Rick Wiessenhaan

Stunt Coordinator

Robert Wiessenhaan

Special Effects Senior Technician

Carl Wilson

Props & Model Maker

Geoffrey Wright

Screenwriter

David Lewis Yewdall

Sound Effects

Film Details

Also Known As
Fortress 2 (Reincarceration), Stratoball, Fortress 2: Re-Entry, Fortress II, Fortress II: Re-Entry
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Carousel Picture Company S.A.; Clt-Ufa International; Columbia Pictures; Davis Entertainment; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Technicolor; Title House, Inc.
Distribution Company
Cts; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; Sony Pictures Releasing International; Sony Pictures Releasing International; Village Roadshow Limited
Location
Luxembourg

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 32m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video April 25, 2000

Sequel to "Fortress" (1992), directed by Stuart Gordon.

Straight-to-video release.

Village Roadshow was attached to this project.

Released in United States on Video April 25, 2000