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Basic Instinct 2 (2006) Movie



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Overview

Language
English

Country
Germany

Ratings / Votes
4.0/ 10 (22818 Votes)

MPAA Ratings
Rated R for strong sexuality, nudity, violence, language and some drug content (cut)

Production Company
C-2 Pictures [us] - (as C2)
IMF Internationale Medien und Film GmbH & Co. 3. Produktions KG [de] - (as IMF 3) (in association with)
Intermedia Films [gb] - (as Intermedia)
Kanzaman [es]
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) [us] - (as Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures)

Production Designer

All Producers

All Directors

Writers

Release Date
(Spain) - 21 March 2006
(France) - 29 March 2006
(Philippines) - 29 March 2006
(Poland) - 29 March 2006
(Switzerland) - 29 March 2006

Running Time
120 (unrated extended cut)

Tagline
Sometimes Obsession Can Be Murder Everything interesting begins in the mind.

Keywords
autoerotic-asphyxiation, bare-breasts, bisexual, black-panties, box-office-flop, cigarette-smoking, cleavage, coitus, consensual-sex, copulation, critically-bashed, deception, doctor-patient-relationship, doggystyle-sex, drugs, erotica, fatal-attraction, female-female-kiss, female-frontal-nudity, female-nudity, female-rear-nudity, female-removes-her-clothes, femme-fatale, fondling, girl-in-panties,

Technical Support
CAM:Panavision Cameras and Lenses
LAB:DeLuxe, USA
MET:3108 m - (Portugal, 35 mm)
OFM:35 mm - (Kodak)
PCS:Digital Intermediate - (master format)
PCS:Super 35 - (source format)
PFM:35 mm - (anamorphic)
RAT:2.35 : 1



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Full Cast

  1. Allfrey, Adam as [Skinhead] <22>
  2. Berrington, Tim as [Court Reporter Two] <11>
  3. Brand, Christopher as [Angry Patient] <20>
  4. Callaghan, Andy as (uncredited) [Lab Researcher]
  5. Clarke, Robert (XII) as (uncredited) [Police Officer/Nightclub Customer]
  6. Collymore, Stan as [Kevin Franks] <1>
  7. Dancy, Hugh as [Adam Towers] <8>
  8. Davidson, Scott (VI) as (uncredited) [Stockbroker]
  9. Dearle, Robert as (uncredited) [Driver]
  10. Gilbert, Timo as (uncredited)
  11. Harvey, Terence as [Henry Rose] <7>
  12. Heathcote, Martin as (uncredited) [Court Dock Officer]
  13. How, Keith as (uncredited) [Builder]
  14. Karne, Sid as (uncredited) [Bigman]
  15. Lenagan, Simon as [Big Man in Bar] <24>
  16. Maskell, Neil as [Detective Ferguson] <3>
  17. Menezes, João Costa as (uncredited) [Soho Cool]
  18. Morrissey, David (I) as [Michael Glass] <6>
  19. Nolan, Shane as (uncredited) [Psycho Analyst]
  20. Rnic, Peter as (uncredited) [Drug Dealer]
  21. Robertson, Iain (I) as [Peter Ristedes] <17>
  22. Sangster, Mark as [Court Reporter One] <10>
  23. Simpson, Charlie (V) as [David Bard] <18>
  24. Smith, Peter (XXIV) as (uncredited) [City Gent]
  25. Thewlis, David as [Det. Roy Washburn] <4>
  26. Williams, Heathcote as [Jakob Gerst] <14>
  27. Adamczyk, Elizabeth as (uncredited) [Secretary]
  28. Argenti, Alex as (uncredited) [Museum Security]
  29. Chappell, Jan as [Solicitor] <5>
  30. Cooper, Robyn (II) as (uncredited) [Prostitute]
  31. Dobó, Kata as [Magda] <16>
  32. Gaynor, Dee as (uncredited) [Business Woman]
  33. Lydon, Danielle as [Susan Bard] <19>
  34. Montgomery, Flora as [Michelle Broadwin] <15>
  35. O Neill, Aisling (I) as (as Aisling O'Neil) [Screaming Woman] <26>
  36. Purton, Charlotte as [Snuffly Patient] <21>
  37. Rampling, Charlotte (I) as [Milena Gardosh] <13>
  38. Staden, Alexandra as (uncredited) [Patient]
  39. Stone, Sharon (I) as [Catherine Tramell] <2>
  40. Tebbut, Clair as [Big Man's Wife] <25>
  41. Thomas, Ellen (I) as [Prosecutor] <9>
  42. Varma, Indira as [Denise Glass] <12>
  43. Vimolmal, Vee (I) as [Thai Prostitute] <23>
  44. Watkins, Lydia as (uncredited) [CID Officer]

Genres

  1. Crime
  2. Horror
  3. Mystery
  4. Thriller

Full Plot

Crime novelist Catherine Tramell is living in London, and becomes the center of police investigation (yet again) when her football player boyfriend drowns in a car accident and it is revealed that he was already dead because of a drug overdose before Tramell drove the car into water. Police psychoanalyst Dr. Michael Glass is called for examining Tramell, and is intrigued by the seductive and manipulative woman. On the other hand , his friend Det. Roy Washburn is sure Tramell is guilty. Tramell asks Glass to treat her for her 'risk addiction' problem, and with each therapy session , Glass gets more and more suspicious about her intentions. As more and more murders are committed, including that of Glass's ex-wife, Glass becomes obsessed with proving Tramell's guilt even though the evidence is contradictory . Soumitra The decadent life of novelist Catherine Trammell continues in this sequel that finds her in the opening sequence speeding through the streets of London using the hand of her obviously under-the-influence soccer star boy friend to masturbate herself. After the car goes out of control, she manages to escape but he drowns leading to an investigation of whether she had in fact murdered him with an implication that he was already dead before the car even entered the water. Officials bring in a police psychologist to determine her mental state. Obsession sets in and the psychiatrist is drawn into her manipulations and dangerous world. As deaths occur around the pair involving acquaintances of both parties, including the psychiatrist's ex-wife, the story twists (and doesn't answer) to make you wonder who is committing the crimes. John Sacksteder In London, while using drugs and having sex in a speeding car with a famous soccer player, the blond writer Catherine Tramell drives off the road, falls in the river and the athlete drowns. Dr. Michael Glass is assigned for a forensic evaluation, and in spite of being against bail, Catherine is released. Later Catherine goes to Dr. Michael's office and initiates therapy with him, and he sees that she is an omnipotent manipulative woman. However, as far as Dr. Michael knows her deeper and deeper, he becomes obsessed for her, while people of their relationship are killed. Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Plot not found

Total Business

AD: 330,385 (Brazil) (21 May 2006) AD: 314,318 (Brazil) (14 May 2006) AD: 285,956 (Brazil) (7 May 2006) AD: 243,243 (Brazil) (30 April 2006) AD: 112,532 (Brazil) (23 April 2006) AD: 193,396 (Germany) (9 April 2006) AD: 108,715 (Germany) (2 April 2006) AD: 34,699 (Netherlands) (31 December 2006) BT: USD 70,000,000 CP: IMF Internationale Medien und Film GmbH & Co. 3. Produktions KG GR: USD 5,851,188 (USA) (16 April 2006) GR: USD 5,225,676 (USA) (9 April 2006) GR: USD 3,201,420 (USA) (2 April 2006) GR: GBP 937,653 (UK) (9 April 2006) GR: GBP 487,031 (UK) (2 April 2006) GR: USD 32,658,142 (Worldwide) (25 September 2006) (except USA) GR: USD 38,509,330 (Worldwide) (25 September 2006) GR: EUR 56,461 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) (14 May 2006) GR: USD 3,284,227 (France) (25 April 2006) GR: USD 1,970,141 (Germany) (16 April 2006) GR: EUR 118,055 (Netherlands) (2 April 2006) GR: USD 2,645,207 (Spain) (23 April 2006) OW: USD 3,201,420 (USA) (2 April 2006) OW: GBP 487,031 (UK) (2 April 2006) (290 screens) OW: EUR 118,055 (Netherlands) (2 April 2006) (64 screens) SD: 18 April 2005 - August 2005 WG: USD 177,461 (USA) (16 April 2006) (323 screens) WG: USD 1,017,607 (USA) (9 April 2006) (1,453 screens) WG: USD 3,201,420 (USA) (2 April 2006) WG: GBP 218,670 (UK) (9 April 2006) (270 screens) WG: GBP 487,031 (UK) (2 April 2006) (290 screens) WG: EUR 118,055 (Netherlands) (2 April 2006) (64 screens)

Movie Certificate

16 (Netherlands)
K-15 (Finland)
MA (Australia)
18 (Ireland)
18 (UK)
16 (Germany)
16 (Switzerland)(canton of Vaud)
16 (Switzerland)(canton of Geneva)
IIB (Hong Kong)(cut)
16 (Argentina)
III (Hong Kong)
T (Italy)
R18 (New Zealand)
A (India)
18 (South Korea)
M/16 (Portugal)
-12 (France)
18 (Brazil)
15 (Sweden)
15 (Norway)
18 (Hungary)
R21 (Singapore)(cut)
R (USA)(cut) (certificate #42004)
16 (Iceland)
M18 (Singapore)(video rating) (heavily cut)
R-18 (Japan)
16+ (Canada)(Quebec)
18A (Canada)(Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario)
R-18 (Philippines)
(Banned) (Malaysia)

Music Composers

  1. Murphy, John (II)

Cinematographers

  1. Pados, Gyula (director of photography)

Dress Designers

  1. Pasztor, Beatrix Aruna

Distributors

20th Century Fox Australia [au] - (2006) (Australia) (theatrical)
20th Century Fox [tw] - (2006) (Taiwan) (theatrical)
Araba Films [es] - (2006) (Spain) (theatrical)
Ascot Elite Entertainment Group [ch] - (2006) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
Belga Films [be] - (2006) (Belgium) (theatrical)
Buena Vista International [ar] - (2006) (Argentina) (theatrical)
Buena Vista International [br] - (2006) (Brazil) (theatrical)
C-2 Pictures [us] - (2006) (non-USA) (theatrical)
Columbia Pictures [us] - (2006) (USA) (theatrical)
Constantin Film [de] - (2006) (Germany) (theatrical)
Deltamac Entertainment [hk] - (2006) (Hong Kong) (all media)
Encore Films [sg] - (2006) (Singapore) (theatrical)
FS Film Oy [fi] - (2006) (Finland) (theatrical)
FS Film Oy [fi] - (2006) (Finland) (DVD)
Golden Village Entertainment [sg] - (2006) (Singapore) (theatrical)
Highlight Film [de] - (2006) (Germany) (DVD)
Independent Films [nl] - (2006) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
Intersonic [cz] - (2006) (Czech Republic) (theatrical)
Kanzaman [es] - (2006) (Spain) (theatrical)
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) [us] - (2006) (USA) (theatrical)
Océan Films [fr] - (2006) (France) (theatrical)
Paradise Group [ru] - (2006) (Russia) (theatrical)
Pinema [tr] - (2006) (Turkey) (theatrical)
Pioneer Films [ph] - (2006) (Philippines) (theatrical)
RTL Entertainment [nl] - (2008) (Netherlands) (TV) (first national airing) (RTL5)
Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) [us] - (2006) (USA) (theatrical)
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment [us] - (2006) (USA) (DVD)
Svensk Filmindustri (SF) [se] - (2006) (Sweden) (theatrical)
Svensk Filmindustri (SF) [se] - (2006) (Sweden) (DVD)
Tandem Video [bg] - (2006) (Bulgaria) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [es] - (2006) (Spain) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures Benelux [nl] - (2006) (Netherlands) (DVD)
Warner Bros. [it] - (2006) (Italy) (theatrical)

Film Editors

  1. Király, István (II) (as Istvan Kiraly)
  2. Scott, John (II)

Misc

  1. Aghanya, Nwachukwu 'Chucks' (guild trainee)
  2. Bee, Claire (I) (assistant: Joel B. Michaels)
  3. Benjamin, Linda (executive)
  4. Bogert, Jake (assistant production coordinator)
  5. Bowker, Caroline (trainee: FT2)
  6. Broadbridge, Ben (floor runner: second unit)
  7. Byles, Adam (production runner)
  8. Caton-Jones, Daisy (set runner)
  9. Chrysler, Clair (double: Sharon Stone) (uncredited)
  10. Chrysler, Clair (stand-in)
  11. Collet, Christophe (assistant: Mario F. Kassar)
  12. Cox, Graham (II) (additional floor runner)
  13. Frohne, Fabian (production coordinator: IMF)
  14. Gillespie, Kelly (assistant: Joel B. Michaels)
  15. Harker, Michael J. (completion bond representative)
  16. Harper, Tarn (post-production accountant)
  17. Hatcher, Keith (location manager)
  18. Higgs, David (I) (set runner) (as Dave Higgs)
  19. Hook, Natasha (unit nurse)
  20. Jones, Julia (IV) (consultant: public relations)
  21. Jones, Julia (IV) (unit publicist)
  22. Kavanagh, Natalie (floor runner: second unit)
  23. Langford, Paul (location assistant)
  24. Lee, Matthew (I) (production assistant)
  25. Lenagan, Adrian (assistant: David Morrissey)
  26. Linton, James (stand-in)
  27. Lyon, Hayley (assistant accountant)
  28. Lyons, Siobhan (I) (production coordinator)
  29. Mandel, Danny (production financing: Danny Mandel/Union Bank)
  30. Meddings, Elliot (assistant location manager)
  31. Meddings, Elliott (assistant location manager)
  32. Memmi, Paul J. (translator)
  33. Morphew, Steve (stand-in)
  34. Murray, Maggie (assistant accountant)
  35. Neilan, Derry (projectionist: Mr. Youngs Preview Theatre)
  36. Noble, Heather (I) (assistant: Joel B. Michaels)
  37. Pierotti, Paulette (assistant: Sharon Stone)
  38. Rambaut, Pat (script supervisor)
  39. Redfern, Justine (assistant: Michael Caton-Jones and Laura Viederman)
  40. Richards, Ang (trainee: FT2)
  41. Rigarlsford, Terry (cast security)
  42. Robinson, Liam French (cashier) (as Liam Robinson)
  43. Rothbury, Kipan (runner)
  44. Szegedi, Gabriella (assistant: Andrew G. Vagna)
  45. Thompson, Alistair (financial controller)
  46. Thorpe, Simon (VI) (trainee: FT2)
  47. Trower, Jane (production accountant)
  48. Vajna, Andrew G. (presenter)
  49. Wiener, Aaron (I) (assistant: Mr. Vajna)
  50. Wrightson, Barney (aerial operations assistant: Flying Pictures Ltd.)
  51. Yates, Lucy (assistant: director: post production)
  52. Yeo, Andrew (location scout) (uncredited)

Quotes

Catherine Tramell: Even Oedipus didn't see his mother coming. Roy Washburn: What were you doing at 100 miles per hour? Catherine Tramell: He was making me cum. And it was 110. We must've hit a pothole. Roy Washburn: Kevin Franks died. You don't seem very worried. Catherine Tramell: I'm devastated... I may never cum again [to Glass] Catherine Tramell: You know what I like about you? You enjoy being in control. Like me. Dr. Michael Glass: I'm not the one on trial for murder. Catherine Tramell: Not yet. Catherine Tramell: When you think about fucking me, and I know you do, how do you picture it... doctor? Catherine Tramell: You know how some guys are into blondes, and some guys are into killers? Catherine Tramell: I might be manipulating you to create risk for myself.

Other Titles

  1. Basic Instinct - Neues Spiel für Catherine Tramell (2006) (ENG)
    (Germany)

  2. Basic Instinct 2 (2006) (ENG)
    (Italy) (imdb display title)

  3. Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction (2005) (ENG)
    (USA) (working title)

  4. Instinto básico 2. Adicción al riesgo (2006) (ENG)
    (Spain) (imdb display title)

  5. Risk Addiction (2005) (ENG)
    (USA) (original script title)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Berwick Street, Soho, London, England, UK
  2. Broadgate, London, England, UK
  3. Canary Wharf, Isle of Dogs, London, England, UK
  4. England, UK
  5. Freemason's Hall, Great Queen Street, Covent Garden, London, England, UK - (courthouse exterior)
  6. Heron Quays, Canary Wharf, Isle of Dogs, London, England, UK
  7. Limehouse Link Tunnel, Limehouse, London, England, UK
  8. London, England, UK
  9. Natural History Museum, South Kensington, London, England, UK
  10. Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England, UK - (studio)
  11. Royal Holloway College, Egham, Surrey, England, UK - (psychiatric institute)
  12. Swiss Re Tower - The Gherkin, St. Mary Axe, Broadgate, London, England, UK

Trivia

- Was greenlit several years before it actually reached production, but was halted because 'Sharon Stone (I)' (qv) vetoed several actors who auditioned for the Glass role, including the producer's favorite 'Benjamin Bratt (I)' (qv).

- 'Robert Downey Jr.' (qv) was set to star but had to drop out when he was charged with drug possession. 'Kurt Russell (I)' (qv) was attached at some point but bailed out because he felt uncomfortable with the nudity. 'Pierce Brosnan' (qv) refused to play the male lead role because of distasteful elements. 'Bruce Greenwood (I)' (qv) was set to star but dropped out because he hadn't been signed on yet and feared the actors strike. 'Benjamin Bratt (I)' (qv) was banned by 'Sharon Stone (I)' (qv) for not being a good actor.

- 'Sharon Stone (I)' (qv) wanted 'Catherine Deneuve' (qv) to star alongside her at one point.

- 'David Cronenberg' (qv) was in talks to the direct the film for some time. 'John McTiernan (I)' (qv) was set to direct after Cronenberg bailed out due to producer 'Mario Kassar' (qv) banning him from using his own cinematographer, production designer, and the rest of his usual team.

- When 'Sharon Stone (I)' (qv) refused to reprise

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