The Fly II


1h 44m 1989

Brief Synopsis

In the sequel to "The Fly", Seth Brundle's son Martin, a scientist himself, has to fight a battle to stay human as the insect blood within him begins to take control.

Film Details

Also Known As
Fly 2, The, Fly II, Fly II: The Insect Awakens, La Mouche 2, Mouche 2, La
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Horror
Sequel
Thriller
Release Date
1989
Production Company
20th Century Fox; Alpha Cine; Available Light Ltd.; Chris Walas Inc; Iatse; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Panavision, Ltd.; Sony Pictures Scoring Stage; Sunrise Films; The Saul Zaentz Film Center; Video Images; William F. White International, Inc.
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox; 20th Century Fox Distribution; CBS Video
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 44m

Synopsis

In the sequel to "The Fly", Seth Brundle's son Martin, a scientist himself, has to fight a battle to stay human as the insect blood within him begins to take control.

Crew

Shelley Adams

Other

Elizabeth Aird

Other

Michelle Allen

Casting (Vancouver)

Tim Andres

Stunts

Alicia Anthony

Post-Production Accountant

Anne Atkins

Music Coordinator

Jeff Atmajian

Original Music

Michael Backes

Computer Graphics Consultant

Lorraine Baird

Production Accountant

Sean Barton

Editor

Jean Bereziuk

Script Supervisor

Jon Berg

Creature Effects Supervisor

Beth Block

Optical Compositing

Cyrus Block

Camera Operator

Michael S Bolton

Production Designer

Peter Borkent

Driver

Bill Bowe

Driver

Bob Bowe

Transportation Coordinator

Dave Bowe

Driver

British Columbia) Bridge Studios (burnaby

Assistance

Richard Buckmaster

Rigging Gaffer

Fitch Cady

Unit Production Manager

Yves Cameron

Stunts

Marsha Carrington

Animator Assistant

Jimmy Chow

Property Master

Jim Clare

On-Set Dresser

B J Clayden

Boom Operator

John Clothier

Steadicam Operator

Sandy Cochrane

Art Direction

Debbie Coe

Animal Trainer

Richard Coleman

2nd Assistant Director

Richard Coleman

Assistant Director

Ann Marie Corbett

Other

Stuart Cornfeld

Executive Producer

Steven D Craine

Other

Donna Cristiano

Seamstress

Jayne Dancose

Makeup

Frank Darabont

Screenwriter

Mark N Davidson

Set Dresser

John Dekker

Other

Patrick Dodd

Dialogue Editor

Patrick Dodd

Adr Editor

Stephan Dupuis

Special Makeup Effects Supervisor

Dave Durand

Storyboard Artist

Don Engel

Telepod Construction

John Erickson

Assistance

Tess Felix

Other

Glen Forrieter

2nd Grip

Wendy Foster

Costumer

Cydney Gabosch

Purchasing Agent (Cwi)

Cydney Gabosch

Post-Production Coordinator

Mick Garris

Story By

Mick Garris

Screenwriter

Heike Gautreau

Production Assistant

Don Gervais

Construction Foreman

Roland Gervais

Other

Earl Ghaffari

Music Editor

Maggie Gibbons

Accounting (Cwi)

Brenda Gibson

Hairstyles Assistant

Dave Gordon

Key Grip

Mark Gould

Driver

Charlie Grant

Other

Colin Gray

Bestboy

Alex Green

Stunts

Paul Guenette

2nd Assistant Camera

Rhonda Gunner

Video And Graphic Displays

Frank Halpenny

Other

Gene Heck

Stunts

John Helme

Other

David Hinks

Special Effects 1st Assistant

Richard Hollander

Video And Graphic Displays

Polly Holmes

Sound Editor Assistant

Guy Hudson

Other

Elizabeth Huggins

Assistant (To Chris Walas)

Jay Ignaszewski

1st Assistant Editor

Conrad Itchener

Other

Stephen Jackson

Gaffer

Steven Charles Jaffe

Producer

Tracey Jeffrey

Unit Location Manager

Erika Jensen

Other

Mike Jobe

Other

Ken Johnson

Driver

Marti Julian

Animator Assistant

Carol A Kaefer

Other

Jorma Kantola

Camera Trainee

Katherine Kean

Animator

Mark Keller

Song; Song Producer ("Deep Inside Your Love")

Kerie Kimbrell

Apprentice Editor

Don Knodel

Office Assistant

Jan Kobylka

Construction Engineer

Lorraine Konst

Other

Danny Kopelson

Music Mixer

Danny Kopelson

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Mark Lane-davies

Set Dresser

K.d. Lang

Song Performer ("Lock, Stock And Teardrops")

Linda Lee Langdon

Wardrobe Supervisor

Joseph Lederer

Stills

Catherine Leighton

Props Buyer

Kelly Lepkowsky

Other

Candace Lewis

Animator Assistant

Victoria Lewis

Other

Sherry Linder-gygli

Hairstyles

Avo Liva

Other

Deborah Lucchesis

Casting

Kim Mackenzie

Set Decorator Assistant

Tamia Marg

Other

Peter D Marshall

1st Assistant Director

Kenna Marshall-pittman

3rd Assistant Director

Russ Mastine

Other

Sandy Mccallum

1st Assistant Camera

Gregory L Mcmurry

Video And Graphic Displays

Patty Mcreynolds

Craft Service

Patty Mcreynolds

Other

Rose Marie Mcsherry

Set Decorator

Sigrid Mekkinosson

Other

Klaus Melchior

Video Operator; Video And Graphic Displays (Molokai)

Ronald N Miller

Song ("Lock, Stock And Teardrops")

Murray Mills

Transportation Co-Captain

Tom Milne

Driver

Jennifer Moore

Art Department Trainee

Walter Moroz

Driver

Gail Morrison

Other

Paul Mulder

Props Assistant

Doug Murray

Sound Editor Supervisor

David Myrea

Stunts

Buzz Neidig

Sculptor

Steve Newman

Unit Publicist

Terry Newton

Driver

January Nordman

Animator

Tim O'neill

Stunts

John G Oliver

Transportation Captain

David Parker

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Dennis Pawlik

Special Effects Makeup

Glen Pearson

Art Direction Assistant

John Penhall

Location Manager Assistant

Fred Perron

Stunts

Allan Peterson

Other

Kamela Portuges

Other

Jeanne Putnam

Sound Editor Assistant

Matt Reddy

Other

Gillian Richardson

Associate Producer

Steve Ringwood

Set-Up Grip

Steven Roberts

Assistant Editor

Joan Rowe

Foley Walker

Dawn Stofer Rupp

Stunts

Christopher Ryan

Costume Designer

Nina Salerno

Animator Assistant

Mike Salvetta

Foley

John Sanderson

Video Assistant

Carol Schafer

Production Coordinator Assistant

Charles J.d. Schlissel

Assistant (To Executive Producer)

Charlie Schultz

Grip

Joan Scoccimarro

Post-Production Coordinator

Joan Scoccimarro

Assistant (To Producer)

John Serna

Post-Production Assistant

Leslie Shatz

Sound Design

Leslie Shatz

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Syndey Silvert

Makeup Assistant

Michael S Smith

1st Assistant Editor

Jo-anne Smith-ojeil

Special Effects Makeup

Kevin Speckmaier

Production Assistant

Eleanor Spencer

Casting (Extras/Vancouver)

Joey Steele

Accounts Clerk

Susan Stefanyshyn

Production Accountant Assistant

Michael Steffe

Other

Bill Stewart

Stunts

Dick Stewart

Telepod Construction

Karen A Stewart

Production Coordinator

Tom Sullivan

Sculptor

Peter Talbot

Dga Trainee

Paul Talkington

Music Coordinator

Betty Thomas

Stunts

John Thomas

Special Effects Coordinator

Joseph Thomas

Animator

Debra Tomei-eves

Other

Eric Tomlinson

Music Engineer

Jerry Trent

Foley Walker

Wim Van Thillo

Other

John T Van Vliet

Animator

Jeff Vaughn

Electronic Music Recording

Maia Veres

Other

Robin Vidgeon

Director Of Photography

Gary Viola

Camera Trainee

Lauren Vogh

Other

Mark Walas

Special Effects Shop Supervisor

John Wardlow

Stunt Coordinator

Jennifer Ware

Sound Effects Recording

Jennifer Ware

Sound Editor Apprentice

John C Wash

Video And Graphic Displays

John Watson

Assistant Editor

Jeff Watts

Foley Editor

Warren Wayne

Office Assistant

Howie Weed

Sculptor

Jory Weitz

Casting Associate

Thomas Wells

Construction Coordinator

Jim Wheat

Screenwriter

Ken Wheat

Screenwriter

Al White

Dolly Grip

Ralph Wikke

Effects Editor

Allan Wilson

Music Conductor

Film Details

Also Known As
Fly 2, The, Fly II, Fly II: The Insect Awakens, La Mouche 2, Mouche 2, La
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Horror
Sequel
Thriller
Release Date
1989
Production Company
20th Century Fox; Alpha Cine; Available Light Ltd.; Chris Walas Inc; Iatse; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Panavision, Ltd.; Sony Pictures Scoring Stage; Sunrise Films; The Saul Zaentz Film Center; Video Images; William F. White International, Inc.
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox; 20th Century Fox Distribution; CBS Video
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 44m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video August 3, 1989

Released in United States Winter February 10, 1989

Feature directorial debut for special-effects makeup designer Chris Walas.

Began shooting April 30, 1988.

Completed shooting July 19, 1988.

Released in United States Winter February 10, 1989

Released in United States on Video August 3, 1989