Son of the Mask is a 2005 superhero comedy film directed by Lawrence Guterman. The film stars Jamie Kennedy as Tim Avery, an aspiring animator from Fringe City who has just had his first child born with the powers of the Mask. A standalone sequel to The Mask (1994), it is the second installment in The Mask franchise, an adaptation of Dark Horse ...
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Son of the Mask is the stand-alone sequel to the 1994 film, directed by Lawrence Guterman. The film had an $84 million budget and a $17 million domestic box office gross, along with a $40 million foreign box office gross. Director Chuck Russell, who helmed the original film, expressed his interest in a sequel in his 1996 LaserDisc commentary. He was hoping Carrey would return, along with Amy Yasbeck.
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Son of the Mask is a 2005 superhero comedy movie that is a sequel to 1994's The Mask. It didn't do well with both critics and the box office. It was released on February 18th, 2005. The only actor to return from the original movie was Ben Stein. Cast. Jamie Kennedy as Tim Avery; Traylor Howard as Tonya Avery; Alan Cumming as Loki
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If someone actually managed to sit through this film and could give a more accurate (and subsequently better phrased/worded) description, then please do so. As it is, the wording and general outline make it very hard to follow. 22.214.171.12421:45, 16 November 2005 (UTC) 1. I've seen it before, but I think I've managed to flush it from my brain already. --Grey Knight 04:37, 23 October 2006 (UTC)
The end of the Plot summary reads "See what I mean? It's crap.". Also, at the beginning, there is the words "and possible worst movie ever made". This is not only opinion but also bad language. Is this allowed? 1. No, they are not allowed. I removed the offending passages. White 72004:45, 27 November 2006 (UTC)
What is the name of the music piece heard in the teaser trailer, it sounds like a classical piece of music, it was also heard in the Flushed Away TV spot, and please don't tell me this is the wrong place, because I know, but I also want to know this so if you could just tell me, thanks.--DeadGuy05:45, 2 December 2006 (UTC)
"This is one of three films which were sequels to films starring Jim Carrey, but did not involve Carrey in any way. The others being Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd and Evan Almighty. The former became a critical and box office failure along with this one. Evan Almighty has not yet been released." What the hell does that have to do with trivia for "Son of the Mask"? Another thing is the VERY beginning of the production section reads more like a trivia section. It goes off and starts talking about crap that is less related to the movie than the sections that follow. Did a monkey write this? 1. Please register for a wikipedia username and sign your comments Nodekeeper11:25, 5 August 2007 (UTC)
Should somebody put in that transformers armada ended in 2003, why is the baby watching Armada, when Transformers:Energon was still on it's regular run, shouldn't somebody add this?--Kingdomheartsora02:06, 26 August 2007 (UTC)
Can anyone verify if the winner of the Nintendo Power contest for "The Mask 2" was actually in this movie or not? I've been very curious about this since the movie was announced. ~ Joseph Collins [U|T|C] 15:20, 31 March 2008 (UTC)
I think the opening line where it mentions the film has WON a Golden Raspberry Award is a little misleading, as some may think that's a good thing. I definitely think it should be mentioned later on, but the beginning is too sudden. Thoughts? Thanks! Ehccheehcche (talk) 02:08, 18 May 2008 (UTC)
I LOVED THAT MOVIE! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 17:50, 23 May 2011 (UTC)
"A video game based on the film was released on Wireless Phone on February 10, 2005." What does "Wireless Phone" mean in this context? Is it trying to say that it was a mobile game? Or is Wireless Phone some obscure publishing platform? --188.8.131.52 (talk) 13:09, 3 June 2021 (UTC)
The first film, The Mask, was released in 1994 after six years of development, with a stand-alone sequel, Son of the Mask, released in 2005. An animated series was also produced and ran for three seasons.
Son of the Mask is a 2005 American fantasy family-comedy film, directed by Lawrence Guterman, director of Cats & Dogs, starring Jamie Kennedy as Tim Avery, an aspiring cartoonist from Fringe City who has just had his first child born with the powers of the Mask. It is the stand-alone sequel to the successful 1994 film The Mask, an adaptation of Dark Horse Comics which starred Jim Carrey. It also stars Alan Cumming as the god of mischief, Loki, whom Odin has ordered to find the Mask. It co-stars...
11 years after the first film, Dr. Arthur Neuman (Ben Stein) is giving a tour of the hall of Norse mythology in the Edge City Museum on a stormy night as a man in black comes in to view the hall. Dr. Neuman tells the story of Loki, the God of Mischief, who created the mask and unleashed it on Earth to spread his mischief. Those who wear it are imbued with the powers of Loki. When Dr. Neuman also mentions Odin's punishment and imprisonment of Loki, the stranger becomes furious and transforms, rev...
Jamie Kennedy as Tim Avery Alan Cumming as Loki Traylor Howard as Tonya Avery Kal Penn as Jorge Bear, Richard Steven Horvitz (voice) and Bill Farmer (voice) as Otis Ryan and Liam Falconer as Alvey Avery (voiced by Joyce Kurtz, Mona Marshall, Mary Matilyn Mouser, and Neil Ross) Steven Wright as Daniel Moss Bob Hoskins as Odin Ben Stein as Dr. Arthur Neuman Magda Szubanski as Betty Sandy Winton as Chris Rebecca Massey as Clare Ryan Johnson as Chad Victoria Thaine as Sylvia Peter Flett as Mr. Kempe...