Son of the Mask


1h 26m 2005

Brief Synopsis

Just as aspiring cartoonist Tim Avery gets over his fear of parenthood with the birth of his new son Alvey, he quickly finds himself in over his head as his new baby is born with the magical Mask's spectacular powers. Further complicating matters is the family's jealous dog, who turns the household upside down and sparks a comical kid-versus-canine battle for control of the Mask. But unbeknownst to them all, the mischievous Norse god Loki has come looking for his Mask, and is willing to do whatever it takes to get it back.

Film Details

Also Known As
Mask 2, The, Mask II, Mask Sequel, Mask is Back, Maskens ├ąterkomst, Revenge of the Mask, fils du mask
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Action
Children
Comedy
Fantasy
Sequel
Release Date
2005
Production Company
Juliana Selfridge; Laurie Cartwright
Distribution Company
NEW LINE CINEMA (NEW LINE)
Location
Sydney, Australia; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 26m

Synopsis

Just as aspiring cartoonist Tim Avery gets over his fear of parenthood with the birth of his new son Alvey, he quickly finds himself in over his head as his new baby is born with the magical Mask's spectacular powers. Further complicating matters is the family's jealous dog, who turns the household upside down and sparks a comical kid-versus-canine battle for control of the Mask. But unbeknownst to them all, the mischievous Norse god Loki has come looking for his Mask, and is willing to do whatever it takes to get it back.

Crew

Linden Abbot

Painter

Liz Abbot

Medic

Nathan Abbot

Visual Effects

Peter Abrahamson

Software Engineer

Peter Abrahamson

Puppeteer

Joshua Adams

Painter

Shea Adams

Stunt Double

Alia Agha

Digital Effects

Laide Agunbaide

Digital Effects Artist

Tim Ahern

Video Playback

Elton Ahi

Score Recording

Elton Ahi

Music Scoring Mixer

Harry Akst

Song

Russell Allan

Stunt Double

Toni Allen

Negative Cutter

Mark Alston

Video Playback

Kent Alterman

Executive Producer

Robert Altoff

Sound Recordist

Alexandra Altrocchi

Visual Effects Producer

Dovi Anderson

Animator

Kristen Anderson

Set Designer

Paul Anderson

Key Rigging Grip

Mary-liz Andrews

Construction Coordinator

Paul Anka

Song

Paul Anka

Song Performer

Ray Anthony

Stunts

Jeremy Appelbaum

Digital Effects Artist

Mimia Arbelaez

Cgi Artist

Mimma Arena

Greensman

Christopher Armstrong

Animator

Jason Armstrong

Animator

Joakim Arnesson

Animation Director

Joel Aron

Animation Director

Lisa Aron

Software Engineer

Rich Arons

Animation Supervisor

Rich Arons

Storyboard Artist

Deb Asch

Animator

Martin Ash

Set Designer

Martin Astles

Art Department

Ezra Atkins

Carpenter

Shane Aumont

Models

Jim Aupperle

Cgi Artist

Nathan Ayers

Construction

Colleen Bachman

Visual Effects

Drew Bailey

Assistant Director

Richard Baldwin

Scenic Artist

Darren Balken

Office Runner

Hank Ballard

Song

Lynell Bangs

Production Accountant

Bobbi Banks

Adr Supervisor

George Banks

Animator

Wayne Barber

Construction

Joseph Barbera

Song

Damon Bard

Sculptor

Ty Bardi

Digital Effects Artist

Kevin Barham

Construction

Nancy Barker

Assistant Sound Editor

Patricia Barker

Tailor

Anthony Barlow

Special Effects Technician

Andrew Barnett

Painter

Bronnie Barry

Animator

Steve Bartkowicz

Recording Engineer

Patrick Bartley

Carpenter

Julie Barton

Key Costumer

Axel Bartz

Set Designer

Leon Bastiaans

Construction

Dean Bates

Office Runner

Billy Bateup

Construction

Chris Batty

Digital Effects Artist

Gloria Bava

Tailor

Dugan Beach

Animation Director

Ryan Beadle

Visual Effects

Andrew Beattie

Stunts

Keir Beck

Stunts

Ron Bedrosian

Adr Mixer

Damien Beebe

Camera Operator

Zachary Beiber

Software Engineer

Jo-ann Beikoff

On-Set Dresser

Kevin Bell

Digital Effects Artist

Tov Belling

Camera Focus Puller

Nils Bendix

Stunts

John Bennett

Special Effects Technician

Steve Berens

Animal Trainer

Jeffrey Bernstein

Digital Effects

Tom Bertino

Animation Supervisor

Damien Berwick

Painter

Liz Bethel

Caterer

Simon Bethune

Models

Jay Bice

Caterer

Ian Bickerton

Foreman

Dominic Billingham

Construction

Ian Bird

Key Grip

David Birrell

Assistant Editor

Craig Blair

Caterer

Kerry Blakeman

Coordinator

Genevieve Blewitt

Art Department

Christopher Boatwright

Carpenter

Vladimir Bogak

Software Engineer

Stella Bogh

Digital Effects Artist

Neil Boldiston

Greensman

Mark Boley

Digital Effects Supervisor

Kathryn Bolt

Digital Effects Artist

Scott Bonnenfant

Digital Effects Artist

Bill Booth

Art Director

Stephanie Borean

Assistant

Kristen Borges

Background Painter

Mauro Borrelli

Concept Artist

Glenn Boswell

Stunt Coordinator

Joseph Boswell

Software Engineer

Alan Boucek

Cgi Artist

Mathieu Boucher

Matte Painter

Richard Boue

Stunt Coordinator

Aharon Bourland

Cgi Artist

Bob Bowles

Stunts

Justin Brace

Accounting Assistant

Giles Bradbury

Scenic Artist

Steve Braggs

Animation Director

John Brake

Software Engineer

Kane Brassington

Rotoscope Animator

Devin Breese

Cgi Artist

Jonah Brennan

Animator

Kevin Brennan

Art Department

Lynwen Brennan

Production Manager

Thom Brennan

Foley

James A Brewer

Assistant Editor

Paul Brincat

Sound Recordist

Dale Brodt

Production Manager

Herman Bron

Special Effects Technician

James W Brown

Animator

Ray Brown

Rigging Grip

Weldon Brown

Adr Mixer

Kirsty Bruce

Visual Effects Editor

Mathew Buchan

Rigging Gaffer

Patsy Buchan

Medic

Stewart Burchall

Painter

Tim Burgard

Storyboard Artist

Rodney Burke

Special Effects Coordinator

John Burless

Props

David Burnce

Software Engineer

Barry Burton

Engineer

Roy Butler

Construction

Christopher Byrnes

Office Runner

Ian Bywater

Accounting Assistant

Ryan Cabrera

Song Performer

Ryan Cabrera

Song

Steve Caldwell

Digital Effects Artist

Darrell Calker

Song

Graeme Callander

Storyboard Artist

Francesco Callari

Software Engineer

Regis Camargo

Production Assistant

Geoff Campbell

Cg Supervisor

Howard W Campbell

Cgi Artist

Malcolm Campbell

Editor

Marky Lee Campbell

Stunts

Paul Campbell

Software Engineer

Shelley Campbell

Rotoscope Animator

Steven Campton

Assistant

Marshall Candland

Software Engineer

Mario Capellari

Cg Supervisor

Patrick Carmiggelt

Special Effects Technician

Julio Carmona

Adr

Ozzie Carmona

Digital Effects Artist

Charmaine Carpenter

Stand-In

Damien Carr

Visual Effects

Bill Carraro

Unit Production Manager

Tic Carroll

Transportation Manager

Laurie Cartwright

Production Insurance

Sean Casey

Photography

Michael Cashore

Digital Effects Artist

Ruth Caspary

Matte Painter

Bradford De Caussin

Matte Painter

Lanny Cermak

Digital Effects

Yoon Seok Cha

Animation Director

Peter Chan

Concept Artist

Simon Chan

3-D Artist

Min Yu Chang

Modelmaker

Jennifer Chantnicki

Digital Effects Artist

Jose J Chavez

Special Effects Technician

Chubby Checker

Song Performer

Lucinda Chee

Rotoscope Animator

Vanessa Cheung

Matte Painter

Peter A Chevako

Software Engineer

Dae Won Cho

Visual Effects Producer

Yoon Choi

Cg Supervisor

Sunwoo Chung

Rotoscope Animator

Katie Church

Costumes

Robert Clapp

Construction

Sidney Clare

Song

Matt Clarke

Painter

Chris Cleary

Props Buyer

Michael Clemens

Digital Effects Artist

Jake Clifton

Carpenter

Raquel Coelho

Animator

Rick Coffee

Accounting Assistant

Ben Cohen

Office Runner

David X Cohen

Consultant

David A. Cohen

Adr/Dialogue Editor

Emma Cohen

Medic

Joel Cohen

Other

Joel Cohen

Screenplay (Uncredited)

Film Details

Also Known As
Mask 2, The, Mask II, Mask Sequel, Mask is Back, Maskens ├ąterkomst, Revenge of the Mask, fils du mask
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Action
Children
Comedy
Fantasy
Sequel
Release Date
2005
Production Company
Juliana Selfridge; Laurie Cartwright
Distribution Company
NEW LINE CINEMA (NEW LINE)
Location
Sydney, Australia; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 26m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter February 18, 2005

Released in United States on Video May 17, 2005

"The Mask" was based on the Dark Horse comic about a timid bank clerk who is transformed into a superhero after donning an ancient mask.

Sequel to "The Mask" (USA/1994), directed by Chuck Russell and starring Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz.

Steve Oedekerk was previously attached to direct, and was replaced by Lawrence Guterman.

Atlab

Fuji

Released in United States Winter February 18, 2005

Released in United States on Video May 17, 2005