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|Hollow Man 2|
|Title:||Hollow Man 2|
|Directed by:||Claudio Fäh|
|Written by:||Joel Soisson; Gary Scott Thompson|
|Produced by:||Lucy Fisher; David Lancaster; Greg Malcolm; Rachel Shane; Vicki Sotheran; Douglas Wick|
|Music by:||Marcus Trumpp|
|Edited by:||Nathan Easterling|
|Distributed by:||Red Wagon|
|Released:||June 20th, 2006|
|Running time:||91 min.|
|Previous:||Hollow Man (2000)|
Hollow Man 2 is an American independent film of the science fiction and horror genres. It is a sequel to the 2000 feature film Hollow Man. The film was directed by Claudio Faeh with a screenplay written by Joel Soisson based on a story treatment by Gary Scott Thompson. It was produced by Red Wagon and Frontera Productions and presented by Destination Films. It was distributed through Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and Mill Creek Entertainment. The film was released direct-to-video on June 20th, 2006.
|Christian Slater||Michael Griffin|
|Peter Facinelli||Frank Turner|
|Laura Regan||Maggie Dalton|
|David McIlwraith||William Reisner|
|William MacDonald||Gavin Bishop|
|Sarah Deakins||Lisa Martinez|
|Jessica Harmon||Heather Dalton|
|Sonya Salomaa||Trophy wife|
|Terri Anne Welyki||Pearl girl|
|John Shaw||Devin Villiers|
|David Abbott||Elderly husband|
|Hamish Cameron||Washroom man|
|Colin Lawrence||Captain Rollins|
|James Bell||Slum resident|
|Bruce Dawson||Captain Harrison|
|Dean Paul Gibson||Desk officer|
|Dean L. Redman||Police guard|
|Mike Dopud||Officer Chesley|
|Alana Husband||Reisner aide|
|Yee Jee Tso||Lab technician|
|Mike Kopsa||Man at gas station|
|Woody Jeffreys||Agent moore|
|Chelah Horsdal||Blind secretary|
|Darcy Belsher||Meth head|
|Darcy Laurie||Timothy Laurents|
|Ted Friend||The senator|
|Dagmar Midcap||Field reporter|
|Stefano Giullianetti||Security guard|
|Karen Holness||Sales lady|
|Jianna Ballard||Little girl|
|Mark Ferns||SWAT commander|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Production on Hollow Man 2 began on August 18th, 2005. Principal photography concluded on September 29th, 2005.
- The setting of this film is Washington, D.C., and the surrounding areas, including parts of Arlington, Virginia.
Fun Facts Edit
- The tagline to this film is "There's more to terror than meets the eye...". Another tagline is "You can't see him, but you can feel him".
- This is Claudio Faeh's second film work as a director and his first work in both the science fiction and horror genres.
- Christian Slater's character's surname, Griffin, is likely a wink to Frank Griffin, who was a character featured in the 1940 movie The Invisible Man Returns where he was played by actor John Sutton.