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Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is a 2018 British-American jukebox musical romantic comedy film written and directed by Ol Parker, from a story by Parker, Catherine Johnson, and Richard Curtis. It is the sequel to the 2008 film Mamma Mia!, which in turn is based on the 1999 musical of the same name using the music of ABBA. The film features an ensemble cast, including Dominic Cooper, Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgård, Jeremy Irvine, Josh Dylan, Hugh Skinner, Lily James, Jessica Keenan Wynn, Alexa Davies, Christine Baranski, Julie Walters, Andy García, Meryl Streep, and Cher. Both a prequel and a sequel, the plot is set after the events of the previous film, and is intersected with flashbacks to Donna s youth in 1979, with some scenes from the two time periods mirroring each other.

Due to the financial success of the first film, Universal Pictures had long been interested in a sequel. The film was officially announced in May 2017, with Parker hired to write and direct. In June 2017, many of the original cast confirmed their involvement, with James being cast in the role of Young Donna that July. Filming took place from August to December 2017 in Croatia (most prominently Vis), Bordeaux, Stockholm, Oxford, Hampton and at Shepperton Studios. A British and American joint venture, the film was co-produced by Playtone, Littlestar Productions and Legendary Entertainment.

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again was premiered at the Hammersmith Apollo in London on July 16, 2018, and was released in the United Kingdom and the United States on July 20, 2018, ten years to the week after its predecessor s release, in both standard and IMAX formats. The film was a box office success, grossing $402 million worldwide and received generally positive reviews, as an improvement over its predecessor with critics praising the performances and musical numbers.

The film is dedicated to the memory of production designer Alan MacDonald.


In a flashback to the year 1979, a young Donna Sheridan graduates from Oxford s New College with Rosie and Tanya ( When I Kissed the Teacher ), and dreams of a Greek island named Kalokairi. Donna s mother, Ruby, is a famous singer, but she has a strained relationship with her daughter and is consistently away on tour, and does not attend the graduation. Fed up with her mother s constant negligence and determined to spend her life making memories, Donna decided to travel to Kalokairi to find her destiny.

In the present, five years after the events of the first film, Sophie is in Kalokairi preparing for the grand reopening of the Hotel Bella Donna, in honour of her recently deceased mother. Harry and Bill are unable to attend due to overseas business ventures and Sophie also feels estranged from Sky, who s been offered a permanent job in New York ( One of Us ).

In Paris, Donna meets the sweet but awkward Harry Bright, who instantly falls in love with her ( Waterloo ). They spend the night together, but Donna leaves soon after for Greece. She misses her boat to Kalokairi but is offered a ride by Bill Anderson in his yacht, and the two dance and flirt ( Why Did It Have to Be Me? ). On the way, they help a stranded fisherman, Alexio, back to shore in time to save the love of his life from having to marry another. Unbeknownst to Donna, Harry has followed her to Greece; however, he arrives too late and sadly watches the boat sailing off in the distance.

In the present, Rosie and Tanya arrive to support Sophie, and she shows them the new hotel ( I Have a Dream ). This mirrors the past, in which Donna explores an abandoned farmhouse that would eventually become the hotel. A heavy storm then breaks out and Donna discovers a trapped horse and soothes it with the assistance of Sam Carmichael. In the present, a heavy storm destroys the decorations and prevents transportation to Kalokairi, much to Sophie s dismay.

Sam, who has been living in a cabin on the island, reassures Sophie that she can never let her mother down, telling her the story of how he once let Donna down. Years ago, before Sophie was born, Donna and Sam were enjoying a whirlwind romance ( The Name of the Game ), but it ended badly when Donna found out Sam was engaged to another woman, Lorraine. Heartbroken, Donna breaks up with him and tearfully watches him leave the island ( Knowing Me, Knowing You ), while the present Sam reassures Sophie of her mother s value for her.

Following Sam s departure, Donna is visited by Tanya and Rosie, who cheer her up by singing with her as Donna and the Dynamos ( Mamma Mia ). Bill returns to the island, and Donna joins him on his boat, much to the chagrin of Rosie who falls for Bill. While they are gone, Sam returns, having ended his engagement for Donna, but is saddened to hear that she is with another man. Donna discovers she is pregnant but has no idea which one of her three recent lovers is the father. Bill s great-aunt Sofia overhears Donna s wish to stay on the island and reveals she owns the abandoned farmhouse Donna has been staying in. Donna happily accepts her offer to stay there, where she eventually gives birth to Sophie.

In the present, Sophie opens up to Rosie and Tanya about her conflict with Sky and Rosie explains to Sophie how she and Bill broke up ( Angeleyes ). Meanwhile, Bill, Harry, and Sky leave their ventures abroad to support Sophie but are told there are no boats to Kalokairi. However, a much older Alexio recognises Bill and offers the trio safe boat passage to the island as gratitude for saving his relationship. Bill convinces the others to join them for a party on Kalokairi. When the guests arrive ( Dancing Queen ), Bill and Rosie quickly reunite over their mutual grief over Donna s death, and Sophie reveals to Sky that she is pregnant, and she has never felt closer to her mother.

The celebration is suddenly disrupted when Ruby arrives, despite Sophie having decided to not invite her. Ruby explains that Sky tracked her down in New York, and she wants to build a true relationship with her granddaughter. Sophie then performs with the Dynamos in honor of Donna ( I ve Been Waiting for You ), much to the pride of Ruby, who expresses slight but sincere grief over her daughter s death. It is then revealed that the hotel manager, Señor Fernando Cienfuegos, is actually Ruby s long-lost lover from 1959, and the two are joyously reunited ( Fernando ).

Nine months later, Sophie has given birth to a baby boy, named Donny. At the christening, Donna s ghost proudly watches over her daughter as the two of them have one final moment before Donna fully passes on ( My Love, My Life ). The end credits show all the characters, including Donna and the younger cast, at a huge party at Hotel Bella Donna ( Super Trouper ).


  • Amanda Seyfried as Sophie Sheridan, Donna s daughter, Ruby s granddaughter, Sam s stepdaughter, Sky s wife, and Donny s mother.
  • Meryl Streep as Donna Sheridan-Carmichael, founder of Donna and the Dynamos, Sophie s late mother, Ruby s late daughter, Sam s late wife, Sky s late mother-in-law, Donny s late grandmother and best friend of Tanya & Rosie. Lily James as Young Donna.
  • Lily James as Young Donna.
  • Dominic Cooper as Sky Ramand, Sophie s husband, Donna and Sam s son-in-law, and Donny s father.
  • Christine Baranski as Tanya Chesham-Leigh, one of Donna s best friends and former bandmates in Donna and the Dynamos; a rich three-time divorcee. Jessica Keenan Wynn as Young Tanya.
  • Jessica Keenan Wynn as Young Tanya.
  • Julie Walters as Rosie Mulligan, one of Donna s best friends and former bandmates in Donna and the Dynamos; a fun-loving author in a relationship with Bill. Alexa Davies as Young Rosie.
  • Alexa Davies as Young Rosie.
  • Pierce Brosnan as Sam Carmichael, an architect, Sophie s stepfather, Ruby s son-in-law, Sky s father-in-law, Donna s widower, and Donny s grandfather. Jeremy Irvine as Young Sam.
  • Jeremy Irvine as Young Sam.
  • Colin Firth as Harry Bright, a British businessman. Hugh Skinner as Young Harry.
  • Hugh Skinner as Young Harry.
  • Stellan Skarsgård as Bill Anderson, a Swedish sailor and travel writer, Sofia s great-nephew and Lazaros s cousin. Skarsgard also plays Kurt Anderson, Bill s obese twin brother. Josh Dylan as Young Bill.
  • Josh Dylan as Young Bill.
  • Andy García as Señor Fernando Cienfuegos, the Mexican manager of the Hotel Bella Donna, who had an affair with Ruby in 1959.
  • Cher as Ruby Sheridan, Donna s mother, Sophie s grandmother, Donny s great-grandmother, and Sam s mother-in-law.
  • Maria Vacratsis as Sofia, Bill s great aunt, Lazaros s mother, and Sophie s namesake, a local who owns the shack in which Donna and Sam stay and which eventually becomes Donna s home.
  • Panos Mouzourakis as Lazaros, Sofia s son
  • Celia Imrie as the vice-chancellor of the university at which Donna, Tanya, and Rosie studied.
  • Omid Djalili as a Greek customs officer.
  • Gerard Monaco as Alexio
  • Togo Igawa as Mr. Tatyama
  • Naoko Mori as Yumiko
  • Anastasia Hille as Dr. Inge Horvath

Cameo appearances

  • Björn Ulvaeus as a university professor.
  • Benny Andersson as the pianist in the Parisian restaurant during Waterloo .
  • Jonathan Goldsmith as Don Rafael Cienfuegos, brother of Fernando Cienfuegos.

Musical numbers

A soundtrack album was released on July 13, 2018, by Capitol and Polydor Records in the United States and internationally, respectively. The album was produced by Benny Andersson, who also served as the album s executive producer alongside Björn Ulvaeus and Judy Craymer. Each song is featured within the film, with the exception of I Wonder (Departure) and The Day Before You Came .

  • † Songs featured on the soundtrack album but omitted from the film.

Additionally, short and instrumental versions of other ABBA songs were included in the movie, but omitted from the soundtrack. These are in chronological order



Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again was announced on May 19, 2017, with a release date of July 20, 2018. It was written and directed by Ol Parker. On September 27, 2017, Benny Andersson confirmed 3 ABBA songs that would be featured in the film: When I Kissed the Teacher, I Wonder (Departure), and Angeleyes. I Wonder (Departure) was cut from the film, but is included on the soundtrack album.


On June 1, 2017, it was announced that Seyfried would return as Sophie. Later that month, Dominic Cooper confirmed that he would return for the sequel, along with Streep, Firth and Brosnan as Sky, Donna, Harry, and Sam, respectively. In July 2017, Baranski was also confirmed to return as Tanya. On July 12, 2017, Lily James was cast to play the role of young Donna. On August 3, 2017, Jeremy Irvine and Alexa Davies were also cast in the film, with Irvine playing Brosnan s character Sam in a past era, and Hugh Skinner to play Young Harry, Davies as a young Rosie, played by Julie Walters. On August 16, 2017, it was announced that Jessica Keenan Wynn had been cast as a young Tanya, who is played by Baranski. Julie Walters and Stellan Skarsgård also reprised their roles as Rosie and Bill, respectively. On October 16, 2017, it was announced that singer and actress Cher had joined the cast, in her first on-screen film role since 2010. The part was written specifically for Cher, and she got to choose Andy García as her romantic partner.


Principal photography on the film began on August 12, 2017, in Croatia, including the island of Vis. In October 2017, the cast gathered at Shepperton Studios in Surrey, England, to film song and dance numbers with Cher. Filming wrapped on December 2, 2017.


Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again was released on July 20, 2018, by Universal Pictures, in the UK, US and other selected countries in both standard and IMAX formats. The film premiered on July 16, 2018, at the Hammersmith Apollo in London.


The first trailer for the film was released on December 21, 2017, in front of Pitch Perfect 3, another Universal Pictures film. Cher performed Fernando at the Las Vegas CinemaCon on April 25, 2018, after footage of the film was shown. Universal sponsored YouTube stars the Merrell Twins to perform a cover version of the song Mamma Mia to promote the film.

Home media

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again was released via digital copy on October 9, 2018, and released on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K UHD Combo Pack on October 23, 2018. The film debuted at the top of the NPD VideoScan First Alert chart for the week ending on October 27, 2018. It retained the top spot on the chart for the week ending on November 3, 2018.


Box office

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again grossed $120.6 million in the United States and Canada, and $281.6 million in other territories, for a total worldwide gross of $402.3 million, against a production budget of $75 million.

In June 2018, three weeks prior to its release, official industry tracking had the film debuting to $27–33 million, which increased to as much as $36 million by the week of its release. It made $14.3 million on its first day, including $3.4 million from Thursday night previews. It went on to debut to $35 million, finishing second, behind fellow newcomer The Equalizer 2 ($36 million), and besting the opening of the first film ($27.8 million) by over 24%. It fell 57% to $15.1 million in its second weekend, finishing second behind newcomer Mission: Impossible – Fallout. In its third weekend the film grossed $9 million, dropping to fourth place, and $5.8 million in its fourth weekend, finishing seventh.

In the United Kingdom, the film grossed $12.7 million in its opening weekend, topping the box office and achieving the fourth biggest opening for a film in 2018. In its second weekend of international release, the film made $26.6 million (for a running total of $98.6 million). Its largest new markets were France ($1.7 million), Poland ($1.3 million), Switzerland ($223,000) and Croatia ($151,000), while its best holdovers were Australia ($9.5 million), the UK ($8.6 million) and Germany ($8.2 million). In the United Kingdom, the film was the second highest-grossing film of 2018, following Avengers: Infinity War.

Critical response

On review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 79% based on 278 reviews, and an average of 6.3/10. The website s critical consensus reads, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again doubles down on just about everything fans loved about the original—and my my, how can fans resist it? On Metacritic the film has a weighted average score of 60 out of 100 based on 46 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A− on an A+ to F scale, the same score as its predecessor, while PostTrak reported filmgoers gave it an 83% overall positive score.

Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian termed the sequel as weirdly irresistible and gave it three out of five stars. He described his reaction to the first film as a combination of hives and bubonic plague, but concedes that this time, the relentlessness and greater self-aware comedy made him smile. He concludes: More enjoyable than I thought. But please. Enough now. Mark Kermode of The Observer gave the film five stars and commented, This slick sequel delivers sharp one-liners, joyously contrived plot twists and an emotional punch that left our critic reeling.

Peter Travers of Rolling Stone awarded the film two and a half stars out of five, noting the absence of Streep for the majority of the film hindered his enjoyment, and saying, her absence is deeply felt since the three-time Oscar winner sang and danced her heart out as Donna Sheridan . Lindsay Bahr of Associated Press awarded the film three out of four stars, calling it wholly ridiculous , but complimenting its self-awareness. She also praised James performance and singing talent. Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the sequel a mixed review, awarding it two stars out of four, criticizing the reprises of Dancing Queen and Super Trouper as uninspired, and feeling that some of the musical numbers dragged the pacing. He considered the younger counterparts to the main characters energetic and likeable. Stephanie Zacharek of Time gave the film a mixed review, writing Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is atrocious. And wonderful. It s all the reasons you should never go to the movies. And all the reasons you should race to get a ticket.


In June 2020, Judy Craymer announced that a third film is in development, with the producer confirming that some of the new ABBA songs written for the band s reunion could feature in the soundtrack, although stating that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused delays with development of the project. After months of postponement, ABBA released their new album Voyage in November 2021.


Award Date of ceremony Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
Costume Designers Guild Awards 2019 Excellence in Contemporary Film Michele Clapton Nominated
European Film Awards 2019 Best European Film Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Nominated
Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2019 Best Soundtrack Album Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again: the Soundtrack Nominated
Outstanding Music Supervision – Film Becky Bentham Nominated
People s Choice Awards November 11, 2018 The Comedy Movie of 2018 Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Nominated
Female Movie Star Lily James Nominated
Comedy Movie Star Amanda Seyfried Nominated
Online Film & Television Association 2019 Best Adapted Song FernandoCher Nominated

Year 2018
ReleaseDate 2018-07-20
RuntimeMins 114
RuntimeStr 1h 54min
Plot Five years after the events of Mamma Mia! (2008), Sophie prepares for the grand reopening of the Hotel Bella Donna as she learns more about her mother’s past.
Awards Awards, 12 nominations
Directors Ol Parker
Writers Ol Parker, Richard Curtis, Catherine Johnson
Stars Lily James, Amanda Seyfried, Meryl Streep
Produced by Benny Andersson,Ludvig Andersson,Claudia Balboa,Nicky Kentish Barnes,Raphaël Benoliel,Nori Chia,Judy Craymer,Richard Curtis,Gary Goetzman,Tom Hanks,Phyllida Lloyd,Anna Sofia Mörck,Steve Shareshian,Björn Ulvaeus,Richard Whelan,Rita Wilson,Diego Zanco
Music by Benny Andersson,Anne Dudley,Björn Ulvaeus
Cinematography by Robert D. Yeoman
Film Editing by Peter Lambert
Casting By Kathleen Chopin,Nina Gold
Production Design by John Frankish,Alan Macdonald
Art Direction by James Lewis,Louise Marzaroli,Andrew Palmer,Daniel Swingler
Set Decoration by Anita Broadfoot,Dominic Capon
Costume Design by Michele Clapton
Makeup Department Emma Bailey,Christina Baker,Hayley Barkway,Morgane Bernhard,Jana Carboni,Alexis Continente,Mirna Curak,Peta Dunstall,Polly Earnshaw,Tina Earnshaw,Kathryn Fa,Sophie Finch,Marcelle Genovese,J. Roy Helland,Abi Hobson,Belinda Hodson,Nicola Iles,Magdalena Janusinska-Surma,Tina Jesenkovic,Ailbhe Lemass,Giuliano Mariano,Lois McIntosh,Kirsty Mcqueen,Sharon O Brien,Stefania Pellegrini,Ivana Pralija,Serena Radaelli,Nikita Rae,Sanja Rivic,Carol Robinson,Sophie Rowatt,Luca Saccuman,Maralyn Sherman,Elaine Solomon,Francesca Tolot,Marija Vrdoljak,Kat Ali,Lauren Baldwin,Barry Best,Charlotte Lotty Betts,Lucy Browne,India Channon,Emelia Corfe,John Eldred-Tooby,John Fallows,Juliana Ferreira,Annette Field,Ailsa Lawson,Kirsty Martin,Michelle Martin,Sierra Martin,Claire Matthews,Nuria Mbomio,Amy Moulsdale,Aisling Nairn,Sunita Parmar,Amy Paul,Alex Rouse
Production Management Rebecca Adams,Matthew Clarke,Simon Crook,Nick Fulton,Sanjin Krapinec,Michael Solinger,Sean T. Stratton
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director James Budd,Alicia Graf,Georgie Horth,Grace James,Stephanie Jolly,Johan Lundin,Sussanah Madden,Terence Madden,Zdravko Madzarevic,Phoebe Vale Markham,Teresa Orlando,Deborah Saban,Samuel A. Smith,Mathias Troulay,Lawrence Whelan,Richard Whelan,Jody Wiltshire,Eileen Yip,Matthew Bensley,Maria Chambers,Matt Jennings,Julie Pintos,Jo Winter
Art Department Yasmin Al-Naib,Habib Alili,Steve Allaway,Matthew Babb,Jim Barr,Nicholas Barringer,Rob Bean,Francesca Bennel,Byron Bernardo,Joe Birdsey,Callum Bohan,Steve Bohan,Luka Botric,Pippa Brady,Anita Broadfoot,Lee Budd,Steven Burdett,Beverley Butcher,Ian Carter,Ricky Carter,Steve Carter,Joe Cassar,Graham Caulfield,Robert Channon,Jane Clark,Dean Clews,Dean Coldham,Graham Cole,Keith Connolly,Max Connolly,Erin Coutts,Chelsea Davison,John Daynes Jr.,John Daynes,Adam Doe,Kevin Dore,Nenad Drljaca,Colin Dye,Aaron Edgar,Sander Ellers,Trevor Eve,Jeff Finch,Andrew Forrest,Hugh Fottrell,Rachel Garlick,Jamie Garrett,James Gemmill,Brendan Gillespie,Noel Godfrey,Gavin Gordon,Thomas Gordon,John Greaves,Elena-Sasha Green,Marijo Grepo,Dave Habberfield,Daniel Harford,Shane Harford,Rosa Harton,Jane Harwood,Catherine Haugh,Roger Holden,Prudence Howard,Prue Howard,Alan Hurley,Connor Kennedy,Kalman Kinces,Alex King,Joe King,Jade Lacey,Nenad Lacic,Andy Leach,Kevin Lelliot,Ben Lelliott,Kathryn Loughlin,Will Loughlin,Ivan Lutter,Peter Mackey,Paul Marah,Jon Marson,Richard Mccarthy,Anthony McGee,Ryan McPhail,Gavin Mew,Georgina Millett,Julije Mirak,Jed Mitchell,Paul Mitchell,Tony Mladineo,Debbie Morgan,Jamie Morris,Daniel Mummery,Colin Mutch,Joe Norton,James O Sullivan,Seamus O Sullivan,Christine Overs,Natalie Papageorgiadis,Sarah Pasquali,Vladimir Pavlu,James Pearce,Alexandra Power,Andrew Power,Paul Purdy,Agis Pyrlis,Mirko Rakoci,Mark Reynolds,Luke Rimmer,Geoff Romero,Martin Rookes,Tonja Schurmann,Melkior Serdarevic,Steve Sibley,Mark Sindall,Kevin Skinner,Aidon Smith,Simon Sweeney,Daniel Swingler,Sara Taddei,Ian Taylor,Kevin Bennett Teasdale,Tony Tiac,Conrad Tuffin,Jason Virok,Toby Wagner,William West,Catherine Whiting,Alan Williams,Daryl Williams,Tracey Wilson,Eddie Wolstencroft,Bradley Woodbridge,Lucy Yates,Wayne Adams,Laura Collins,Jon Colson,Jack Connolly,James Cullane,Frane Didic,Amy Grewcock,Rohan Harris,Aaron Holder,Nathan Holt,David Ned Kelly,Anja Kis,Nick Lawrence,Neil Maguire,Antonio Niculae,Russell Oxley,Samuel Phillips,Joanna Pratt,Josh Sales,Damian Léon Watts,Maddy Westaway
Sound Department Jennifer Annor,Mark Appleby,Adrian Bell,Charlie Campagna,Jack Cucci,John T. Cucci,Iwan de Kuijper,Will Digby,Simon Diggins,Richard Duarte,Aidan Dykes,Jeff Gomillion,Lee Grainge,Lauren Hadaway,Michael Hertlein,Bobby Johanson,Thomas Jones,Mark Kenna,Dan Kenyon,Richard Kitting,Tim Limer,Anna MacKenzie,Michael Minkler,Chris Navarro,Dan O Connell,Thomas J. O Connell,Pace Pictures,Nenad Radosevic,Adam Ridge,Roger J. Sacdalan,Pernell L. Salinas,Warren Shaw,Mike Tehrani,David Tichauer,Jon Vogl,Lottie Wade,Sam François,Nikola Mrksa,Darryl Peat,Wouter van Herwerden,Kirsty Wright
Special Effects by Phil Ashton,Sandra Bray,Chris Corbould,Kevin Dance,Jody Eltham,Dean Ford,Gareth Jolly,Zeljko Loncar,Lui Matthews,Luke Murphy,Nikola Paulic,Anton Prickett,Kristijan Repalust,John Schoonraad,Connor Wade,Sean Kenrick,Ailsa Lawson,Branko Repalust
Visual Effects by Andrea Aceto,Eri Adachi,Itamar Aloni,Joanna Barcikowska,Angela Barson,Jonathan Block,Katie Anna Brady,Ryan Brierley,Erik Bruhwiler,Tim Caplan,Tiago Faria,Michael Freedman,Oliver Goater,Erdem Gonulay,Jacob Green,Itay Greenberg,Robin Hinch,Simon Hughes,Zafar Janjua,Vicki Juhasz,Yudai Kato,Taskin Kenan,Marco Lee,Andrew Loschin,Christopher Lucas Maw,Tracy McCreary,Rodney J. McFall,Callum Mcnulty,Evelyn Minango,David Mir,Matthew Moult,Paul O Hara,Noel O Malley,Neila Ouahmed,Neal Patel,Iain Read,Anna Samuel,Leah Sargent,Jamie Schumacher,Cristina Serreli,Riess Shafique,Daniel Smith,Jonty Smith,Hannah Sornay,Marcelo Sousa,Noga Alon Stein,Alexandros Theodosiou,Nick Tregenza,Mark Tremble,Jonathan Jean-Marie Wannyn,Ben Wilson,Lewis Wright,Petko Zhivkov,Nicholas Zissimos,Lorna Barnshaw,Ron Barr,Antonio Buffa,Jolien Buijs,Stuart Bullen,David Connely,Lisa Theresa Downey-Dent,Catriona Falla,Emanuele Farnesi,Rhys Fernandes,Alexander Griffin,Alexander Ha,Rick Harris,Tord Liljedahl Tønnesen,Dom Maidlow,Elliot Mander,Thomas Mortelette,Nikul Patel,Jose Alberto Pino,Stewart Probert,Mnandi Ridley,Peppe Russo,Bill Tlusty,Hazel Weatherall,Abbey White
Stunts Katy Bullock,Michael Byrch,Alex Cahill,Joanne Coles,Joel Conlan,Maria Dent,Steve Dent,Will Dent,Bradley Farmer,Donna Fox,Adam Green,Maurice Lee,James O Daly,Victoria Peel,Greg Powell,Tilly Powell,Leah Preston,Matthew Sampson,Anna Stephenson,Joe Watts,Douglas Wells,Annabel Elizabeth Wood,Sam Dent
Camera and Electrical Department Paddy Anstey,Ben Appleton,Alex Basham,Alex Bender,Billy Boston,Scott Bryan,Julian Bucknall,Alex Collings,Callum Collins,Martin Conway,Steve Costello,Adam Dale,Gary Donoghue,Martin Elvin,Jamie Field,Brett Flemming,Jack Flemming,John Flemming,Shay Gallagher,Scot Gill,Nick Gray,Ross Grimshaw,Oliver Hadlow-Martin,Dave Hamilton-Green,Guy Hammond,Will Handley,Benny Harper,Tom Hyde,János Jack,Lee Kemble,Alex Killoran,Steve Kitchen,Basile Longchamp,Steve Macher,Keith Manning,James McGee,Tom McGinley,Andy Mountain,James Nesbitt,Robert Palmer,Larry Park,David Pearce,Gary Pocock,Jonathan Prime,Dominic Rau,Mark Richards,Mark Ritchie,Derek Russell,Laurie Russell,Jon Saunders,Daniel Shanahan,Mario Spanna,Gary Spratling,Pat Sweeney,Chris Tann,Garry Thomson,Calem Trevor,Harry Walker,Wolfgang Walther,Greg Whitbrook,Neil Ashton,Dominik Belancic,Angus Benson-Blair,Adam Coles,Kenny Groom,Davie Mayes,Adam McGrady,Toby McKay,Drazen Savor,Adam Sculthorp,Morgan Spencer,Matej Subotic,Alexander Liam Taylor,Giles Taylor,Gary Thom,George Zador
Casting Department Ana Arapovic,Carla Bartley,Stephen Crockett,Ella Derbyshire,Ruth Earley,Lauren Evans,Jacqueline Gallagher,Filip Gavranic,Lydia Georgana,Deanna Greif,David Grindrod,Barbara Harris,Ivana Ledenko,Rich Mento,Matthew Nelson,Caroline Pommert-Allegrante,Elena Priovolou,Robert Sterne,Ivana Tatic
Costume and Wardrobe Department Annette Allen,Emma Brassfield,Rose Marie Cappelluti,Michele Carragher,Daniela Cazmal,Grace Clark,John Cowell,Hollie Danby,Pat Doyle,Alice Driscoll,Laura Ergis,Zjena Glamocanin,Rose Goodhart,Barbara Harrington,Jenny Hawkins,Kate Jeanne,Lottie Jepson,Ryan Kearney,Iva Krapinec,Andrea Kustovic,Barbara Kuznar,Mark Lord,Courtney McClain,Ben Metcalfe,Lloyd Middleton,Gabriella Morpeth,Henrietta Nieper,Kate O Farrell,Sophie O Neill,Fraser Purfit,Clare Ramsell,Dubravka Skvrce,Aisling Smyth,Oliver Southall,Susanne Morthorst Staal,Izzy Stafford,Ivana Stipicic,Sekou Traore,Nicki Varney,Anita Vukov,Charlotte Louise Ward,Elizabeth Webb,Natasha Webb,Joanna Wright,Sean Barrett,Laura Baverstock,Rebecca Cunningham,Sarah Deans,Leanne Geddes,Zoe Taylor,Amy Thomson
Editorial Department David Alonzo,Patrick Barry,Thom Berryman,Jill Bogdanowicz,Jena Cheung,Andrew Jadavji,Joe Ken,Kindra Marra,Monika Radwanska,Erik Rogers,James Slattery,Stephanie Snowden,Jonathan Thornhill,John Tripp,Jordan Altria,Miles Anderson,Bill Ceresia,James Corless,Jitte Hoekstra,Robert Scammell,Ian Sullivan
Location Management Tom Asquith,Marijan Bakovic,Duncan Broadfoot,Ivan Bura,Rob Campbell-Bell,Bruno Cassoni,Matt Cooper,Sam Courtnage,Nicolas Cousin,Tom Crooke,Hannah Peerless Dalus,Bill Darby,Kiljan Eckerman,Scott Eggelhoefer,Duncan Flower,Alan Koletic,Jack Leary,Carolyn O Reilly,Ivan Pezer,Goran Plesa,Amelia Price,Melisa Rodop,Zeljka Saraga,Julia Tomlinson,Ruby Whitelocke,Marialucia Apicella,Teresa Darby,Zarko Ivkovic,Anil Mehra,Mike Papal
Music Department Benny Andersson,Göran Arnberg,Chris Barrett,Mat Bartram,Becky Bentham,Mark Berrow,Thomas Bowes,Victor Chaga,Anne Dudley,Mats Englund,Linn Fijal,Susie Gillis,Nick Gilpin,Per Grebacken,Isobel Griffiths,Opie Gruves,Christopher Gutch,Görel Hanser,Clifton Harrison,Allan Jenkins,Tom Jenkins,Lasse Jonsson,Martin Koch,Lotta Lilliestrom Stenberg,Per Lindvall,Bernard Löhr,Perry Montague-Mason,Everton Nelson,Jake Parker,John Parricelli,Arran Price,Angie Rubin,Ralph Salmins,Helen Sjöholm,Annie Skates,Jörgen Stenberg,Marcus Tamkin,Mark Taylor,Gabby Thompson,Allen Walley,Bridget Ward,Lasse Wellander,Madison Westwood,Bruce White,Nick Wollage,Warren Zielinski,Ashley Andrew-Jones,Rachel Bolt,Celeste Chada,David Combes,Alex Ferguson,Dave Foster,Roger Linley,Steve Mair,Dorina Markoff-McNulty
Script and Continuity Department Harriet Baker,Zoé Denis,Emily Richardson,Lisa Vick,Julie Robinson
Transportation Department Glyn Alderson,Tony Blyth,Simao Braz Lopes,Roy Clarke,Michael Coxsey,Pearce Coxsey,Nikola Gavranic,Sean Haskett,Darren Helman,Paula Hind,Darren Holvey,Bojan Jovanovic,Leon Keegan,John Lines,Robert Marini,Milivoj Mestrovic,Norman Parr,Kresimir Pavic,Zvonimir Radic,Lolo Spilj,Paul Wambach,Gezar Zia,Zoran Zrakic,Zdenko Banjedvorec,Stipe Blazevic,Allan Bradshaw,Darren Burgess,Grant Burns,Zvonko Butina,Bozidar Drazevic,Marko Durdevic,Conor Joseph Fitzpatrick,Sinisa Grbic,Stuart Miles Green,Chris Hammond,Dragan Hamovic,Paul Howitt,Ante Ilijic,Christopher P. Johnson,Nino Klobas,Robert Konrad,Tomislav Kovac,Tomislav Kujundzic Lujan,David Lewis,Marko Lovrencic,James May,Zoran Miletic,Zeljko Mirkovic,Elliott Molyneux,Tony Molyneux,Colin Morris,Magnus Nordstrand,Chris Nuttall,Domagoj Pozojevic,Terry Pritchard,Antonio Ramón,Marko Serdarevic,Rob Van Der Veen,Marijan Vidovic,Laurentiu Zimcenco
Additional Crew Josh Allan,Eugenio Alonso Yenes,Philip Amadeus,Caroline Amiguet,Pavel Ankon,Christian Aubert,Jovan Augustin-St.Ville,Ivica Bacek,Tina Milun Bakovic,Marco Barbanti,Lucy Bardrick,Kirsty Barham,Rajia Baroudi,Josip Bauk,Andrea Bettin,Ratko Bilus,Matej Bodruzic,Glyn Bowen,Amanda Brewster,Barney Brookes,Dragan Buic,Hélène Cardona,Cathy Cavadini,Ella Chaitow,Woody Chapman,Malcolm Cheatle,Sylvianne Chebance,Kerryn Clements,Will Collyer,Gina Cook,Davor Crnogorac,Hugo Currie,Scarlett Curtis,Lee Davis,John DeMita,Zoé Denis,Mike DeSouza,Bruno Djangradovic,Georgina Doig,Khoa Dong,Liviu Dumitrascu,Philip Effemey,Sheila Egbujie,Grace Eggelhoefer,Missy Eustermann,Elena Evangelo,Lucia Foster Found,Nera Fumic,Joanna Fyilipov,Kya Garwood,Willow Geer,Angeliki Giannakopoulos,David Gonzales,Ante Graso,Melissa Green,Ashley Grisdale,Frederik Hamel,Görel Hanser,Barbara Harris,James Harris,Demetris Hartman,Joel Hide,Petra Hofbauer,Katherine Holder,Caroline Houghton,Denis Hudoletnjak,Juan Ignacio Dominguez,Rebecca Ioannou,Stipe Ivicevic,Niksa Jerkic,Ivo Jovic,Tinka Kalajzic,Snjezana Kaliterna,Ivan Karabelj,Yorgos Karamihos,Zvonimir Katic,Michael Khouri,Nessa King,David Kingsbury,Damir Klaic,Lea Kosi,Zoi Kottas,Goran Kovacevic,Martina Kovacevic,Ivan Kristof,Divina Leskur,John Lines,Petra Lukinac,Oscar Lyons,Brian Mahoney,Karolina Majka,Christina Mani,Terry Maratos,Marin Marinovic,Odak Mario,Ana Matusic,Slaven Matuza,Jeremy Maxwell,Sadhbh McCoy,Jill McCullough,Yasmin McCullough,Liz McGinity,Nikola McMurtrie,Alex Memery,Leila Merabti,Fern Millroy,Abby Mills,Sandra Molinski,David Moore,Gina Moss,Heidi Brook Myers,Ike Newman,Steve North,Janie Nugent,Anil Patadé,Toni Pecarevic,Diana Perko,Josko Petrov,Vasilo Poulos,Eli Powers,Moira Quirk,Branka Rabar,Stipe Radic,Jo Reedman,Darren Richardson,Daisy Rodger,Tom Rothwell,Jennifer Ruiz,Athena Sammy,Sami Sands,Lucia Serpini,Stipe Sertic,Krishan Sharda,Harry Skinner,Anthony Skordi,Milos Sluga Jr.,Gary Snyder,Sasa Spoljaric,Edward Squires,Ana Starcevic,Alexandros Stavrou,Bruno Stephane,Andy Stephens,Abrey Steve,Victoria Stone,Dominique Summers,Nikolina Svilicic,Regina Taufen,Claire Teare,Bepo Telesmanic,Evangelos Themelis,Rachel Jane Thomas,Naomi Joy Todd,Nichola Treherne,David Turkovic,Ruby Tyler,Anthony Van Laast,Nikola Vladislavic,Panos Vlahos,Stjepan Vori,Kassandra Voyagis,Zvonko Vrbanac,Kimberley Wallwork,Caity Ware,Ricky Whaites,Katherine McCormack Wherry,Matthew Wiggins,Sean Wiggins,David Wilcock,Marie Dong Wilcock,Trevor Williams,Matthew Willis,Kori E. Wilson,Matthew Wolf,Marc Wolff,Beatrice Yates,Douglas Yates,Roberto Zivaljic,Gordana Zivkovic,Sven Zivkovic,Zoran Zivkovic,Stewart Allen-Smith,Katie Bennett,Doug Berry,Faz Buffery,Ali Claire,Jason Devil,Nick J. Evan-Cook,Barrie Gower,Paul Harling,Emma Hobden,Lara Husnjak,Paul Hutchens,Jack Kelly,Katja Kliba,Susannah Kudrath,Cody Lassiter,Bruno Malenovic,Franjo Maretic Cuglin,Josko Marinovic,David Midgen,Richard Morrison,Tam O Malley,Lucy Scarfe,Ben Schoen,Matija Stritof,Dean Wares,Richard Wild,Alex Withers,Charlotte Worwood,Rosalind Wyatt,Veljano Zanki
Thanks Alan Macdonald
Genres Comedy, Musical, Romance
Companies Universal Pictures, Legendary Entertainment, Perfect World Pictures
Countries UK, USA, Japan, China, Croatia
Languages English, French, Greek
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 6.6
ImDbRatingVotes 94909
MetacriticRating 60
Keywords sequel,dancing,singing,party,pregnancy