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Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (also known as simply Miss Congeniality 2) is a 2005 American comedy film directed by John Pasquin, written and produced by Marc Lawrence, and starring Sandra Bullock in the title role, Regina King, Enrique Murciano, William Shatner, Ernie Hudson, Heather Burns, Diedrich Bader, and Treat Williams. It is the sequel to the 2000 film Miss Congeniality.

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous was released by Warner Bros. Pictures on March 24, 2005 and grossed over $101 million worldwide, and received negative reviews from critics.


Several weeks after the events of the first film, in which FBI agent Gracie Hart infiltrated the Miss United States beauty pageant, her new-found fame results in her cover being blown while she is trying to prevent a bank heist.

To capitalize on Gracie s publicity the FBI decide to make her the new face of the bureau. After being dumped by her boyfriend, fellow agent Eric Matthews (who gets relocated to Miami), Gracie agrees to the reassignment.

When FBI agent Sam Fuller gets relocated to New York City from Chicago, Gracie doesn t take to her at all. The feeling seems to be mutual as the FBI eventually makes Sam Gracie s bodyguard, much to Sam s disgust.

Ten months later, Gracie begins appearing on morning television shows, such as Live with Regis and Kelly, The Oprah Winfrey Show and The Food Channel, giving out fashion advice and promoting her book.

However, when Gracie s friends, Cheryl Fraser (the current Miss United States) and Stan Fields, are kidnapped in Las Vegas, she goes undercover to try to rescue them, accompanied by Sam who is following up on her own lead after video footage of the abduction suggests that Fields was the target rather than Cheryl. This puts Gracie at odds with the FBI, who are unwilling to lose their mascot and are unsure if she s still up to the task.

The kidnappers move Cheryl and Stan to the ship at the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino which they plan to sink. Soon afterwards, Gracie, Sam and Joel (Gracie s new stylist) arrive at the Oasis Drag club where they end up singing Tina Turner songs and are given Cheryl and Stan s location by a contestant dressed as Dolly Parton. It is then up to Gracie to save the day once more, this time with the help of agent Sam.


  • Sandra Bullock as Gracie Hart
  • Regina King as Sam Fuller
  • Enrique Murciano as Jeff Foreman
  • William Shatner as Stan Fields
  • Ernie Hudson as Harry McDonald
  • Heather Burns as Cheryl Frasier (Miss United States)
  • Diedrich Bader as Joel
  • Vic Chao as Agent Hills
  • Treat Williams as Walter Collins
  • John DiResta as Agent Clonsky
  • Abraham Benrubi as Lou Steele
  • Nick Offerman as Karl Steele
  • Eileen Brennan as Carol Fields
  • Stephen Tobolowsky as Tom Abernathy
  • Elisabeth Röhm as Janet
  • Leslie Grossman as Pam
  • Lusia Strus as Janine
  • Adam LeFevre as Bartender
  • Megan Cavanagh as Shirley
  • Molly Gottlieb as Priscilla
  • Dolly Parton as Herself
  • Christopher Ford as Jason
  • Regis Philbin as Himself
  • Joy Philbin as Herself
  • Octavia Spencer as Octavia
  • Ross Adam as Brian Cosford


Sandra Bullock and writer Marc Lawrence initially had no plans for a sequel. While working on Two Weeks Notice, Bullock and Lawrence joked about ideas for a Miss Congeniality sequel, some of which weren t that far-fetched according to Bullock. Las Vegas was featured in an early version of the first film, but was ultimately written out of the script. A five-week shoot in southern Nevada began on April 12, 2004. Approximately half of the film s scenes were scheduled to be shot in Las Vegas.

Major filming locations included the Treasure Island and Venetian resorts. Scenes shot at Treasure Island included its Sirens of TI pirate show, which had never been featured in a film before and was closed to the public for filming. Other filming locations included the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign and the Klondike Hotel and Casino. In May 2004, filming took place at the Lloyd D. George Federal District Courthouse, which served as FBI headquarters within the film. Filming in Las Vegas concluded in mid-May 2004, and moved to Los Angeles for six weeks of shooting, followed by a brief shoot in New York. Bullock also produced the film, and said, It does make for a schizophrenic experience. There are times when I d rather be performing.

Bullock commented during the film s promotion on the type of story she wanted to tell:


Box office

The film grossed $101 million worldwide.

Critical response

The film received negative reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes it has an approval rating of 15% based on 147 reviews. The critical consensus reads: Sandra Bullock is still as appealing as ever; too bad the movie is not pageant material. On Metacritic the film has a score of 34 out of 100, based on reviews from 33 critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews . Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film a grade B.

Robert Koehler of Variety called the film Lame and inoffensive . Roger Ebert for the Chicago Sun-Times calls the sequel doubly unnecessary and says there is no good reason to go and actually see it.






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1h 55min


Awards, 2 wins & 5 nominations


John Pasquin


Marc Lawrence, Katie Ford, Caryn Lucas


Sandra Bullock, Regina King, William Shatner

Produced by

Bruce Berman, Sandra Bullock, Gesine Bullock-Prado, Scott Elias, Marc Lawrence, Endrick Lekay, Mary McLaglen

Music by

John Van Tongeren

Cinematography by

Peter Menzies Jr.

Film Editing by

Garth Craven

Casting By

Ray Favero, Nancy Foy

Production Design by

Maher Ahmad

Art Direction by

Andrew Max Cahn, Greg Richman

Set Decoration by

Leslie E. Rollins

Costume Design by

Deena Appel

Makeup Department

Gary Archer, Robin Beauchesne, Kelly Belmonte, Carol Collini, Ketty Gonzalez, Roxane Griffin, Ann Masterson, Nina Paskowitz, Kim Santantonio, JoAnn Stafford-Chaney, Janine Thompson, Anthony Veader, Pamela S. Westmore, Corey Jeen, Jennifer Saeta

Production Management

B. Ted Deiker, Mary McLaglen, Susan E. Novick, Mark Scoon, Barbara Russo

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Paula Case, K.C. Colwell, Craig Comstock, Jack Gill, Monica Kenyon, Courtenay Miles, Paul Schneider, Kathleen Tull, Jeffrey Wetzel

Art Department

Shawn Albro, Rich Andrade, Bart Barbuscia, Chris Barnes, Bryan Belair, Cliff Berns, Jonathan Bobbitt, Randy Bobbitt, Russell Bobbitt, Scott Bobbitt, Travis Bobbitt, Kieran Brown, Walsh Carvalho, Michael Cosmano, Derek du Bellier, Mariano Fernandez, Paulette Fox, Austin Gorg, Tom Hammock, Jesse Harris, Elizabeth Hart, J. Bryan Holloway, Tim Jackson, Daniel R. Jennings, Eric Kagan, Melanie Mahoney, Merdyce McClaran, Eric Morgan, Michael S. O Neal, Scott Owen, Eric Ramirez, Dennis Riewerts, Lee Ross, Ron Shulem, Samantha Lea Smith, Sharon Speller, Mike Suhy, Dan Sweetman, Samuel J. Tell, Alexx Thompson, Anthony Joseph Fatigato, Mary Ann Fatigato, Barry Jones

Sound Department

Paul Aulicino, Gregg Barbanell, Michael Barosky, David E. Campbell, Kevin E. Carpenter, Jeremiah Clifton, Lawrence L. Commans, Paul Curtis, Patrick Cusack, Marc Deschaine, Michael Dressel, David Esparza, Mark Fay, Thomas Giordano, Marilyn Graf, Jonathan Klein, Tony Lamberti, Alyson Dee Moore, Steve Nelson, Anthony Ortiz, Steve Pederson, Troy Porter, Stephen P. Robinson, John Roesch, Gregg Rudloff, Brian Seagrave, Bruce Stambler, Greg Steele, Becky Sullivan, Mark Weingarten, Bernard Weiser, Greg Zimmerman, Shayna Brown

Special Effects by

Rodney M. Byrd, Douglas Calli, Roy K. Cancino, Peter Cappadocia, Burt Dalton, Albert Delgado, David Greene, Allen Hall, Elia P. Popov, Chris L. Ward

Visual Effects by

Kent Demaine, Sean Kennedy


Greg Anderson, Nicole Basanda, Eddie Braun, Dartenea Bryant, Jackamoe Buzzell, Stacey Carino, Stephanie Cheeva, Danny Epper, Richard Epper, Brent Fletcher, Andy Gill, Jack Gill, Tabby Hanson, Eddie Hice, Chuck Hicks, Jim Holley, Kim Robert Koscki, Bryan Ludens, Brian Machleit, Mike Massa, Mike Rice, Danny Rogers, Benny Schultz, Jan Michael Shultz, Greg Sproles, Erik Stabenau, Nicole Surels, Ronn Surels, Sonny Tipton, Patrick Watson, Darlene Ava Williams

Camera and Electrical Department

Eric Amundsen, Michael D. Anderson, Tim Arasheben, Liza Bambenek, Matthew J. Barden, Ken Bazal, Huston Beaumont, Tony Bendt, James Boniece, Ron Brasi, Robin Bursey, Andrew Degnan, Andy Dorowsky, Christopher Duskin, Chris Haarhoff, R. Dana Harlow, Chris Hults, Darryl Humber, Dennys Ilic, Chip Ingram, Gregory F. Johnson, Jesse c Johnson, Steve Koster, Peter Lee, Thomas E. Lee, Bob Leitelt, Gregory Lundsgaard, Anthony T. Marra II, Charlie Marroquin, Frank Masi, Brian W. Nordheim, Matthew H. O Connor, Jaim O Neil, James H. Pair III, Daniel Pershing, Paul Postal, Cynthia Pusheck, Scott Rathner, C. Alan Rawlins, Robert J. Reilly, Pete Romano, Andy Ryan, Riko Schatke, Lowell Schulman, Jeremy Settles, Chris Shadley, Mike Silverberg, Frank R. Sims, Charles Smith, Tiffany Dawn Smith, Jeffrey P. Soderberg, Mark Suveg, Andrew Sweeney, Joshua D. Thatcher, Steven J. Winslow, Marc Wostak, Peter Zuccarini, Michael-Ryan Fletchall, Kevin McKenna, Ian Speed, Steve Zvorsky

Casting Department

Chad Darnell, Dan Gore, Kim Ju, Jorina King, Bryan Riley, Jennifer Rudolph

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Susi Campos, Lori DeLapp, Ann Foley, Robin McMullan, Bob Moore Jr., Felipe Sanchez, Nomi Shichor, Joel Voorhies, Jennifer Day Young, Deborah Zimmerman

Editorial Department

Jason Barnoski, Michelle Basterrechea, Daniel Craven, Samuel Craven, Mo Henry, David Orr, Herbert Dwight Raymond IV, Kristen Young

Location Management

Anna L. Coats, Greg Conroy, Eddie Fickett, Bill Garvey, George Herthel, Eric Hooge, Kenneth Hunter, Barbara Keller, Christian Krieger, Lynn H. Powers

Music Department

Elton Ahi, Christian Almiron, Stuart Balcomb, Christophe Beck, Mark Berrow, Tom Boyd, Julian Bratolyubov, Tom Brown, Nicholas Bucknall, Sandra Bullock, Greg Dennen, George Doering, Randy Edelman, Ralph Ferraro, John Finklea, Chris Fogel, Peter Germansen, Sean M. Hickey, Jim Hoffman, John Houlihan, Season Kent, Brian Kilgore, Norman Ludwin, Matt McLeod, Maria Newman, Seda Ozen, Ryan Robinson, Tim Rodier, Peter Rotter, Ben Schor, Aldo Shllaku, Casey Stone, James Thatcher, April Tucker, Louise Di Tullio, Rich Wheeler, Bruce White, Richard Ziegler, Bruce Babcock, Peter Erskine

Script and Continuity Department

Sharon Cingle

Transportation Department

Gil Amaral, Ted Basso, Michael J. Birnkrant, Audrey A. Conrad, Marcelle Kitty Dutton, Robert Garcia Jr., Louie Giangrande, Garner Humphrey, Buddy Hunter, Scott Jimerson, Billy Kane, Leslie Slaughter, Phil Strauss, Paul E. Stroh, Tommy Tancharoen, Tim Whisenant, Everett Everett

Additional Crew

Bill Ahern, Liza Bambenek, Nick Bautista, Ralph Bertelle, Anna Bradley, Rocky Brito, Shelley Marie Brown, Kathleen Campbell, Candice Campos, Al Cerullo, Wayne Cerullo, Tim Clark, Kyle Cookmeyer, Clark Credle, Jason De Meo, Matt Demier, Enfys Dickinson, Brent Ekstrand, Carey Field, Brian D. Fox, Todd Fullerton, Chris Furia, Michael Gerald, Sean Gowrie, R. Dana Harlow, Kathryn Hensel, Jake Hicks, Damian Holton, J. Elizabeth Ingram, Jeb Johenning, Linden Johnson, Aakomon Jones, Hollis McConnell Jones, Dori Kancher, Lara Leonard, H. Skye Leslie, John Malakoff, Damon Marcellino, Todd A. Marks, Billy Masaniai, Santino Morea, Kevin O Neil, Bill Oaks, Paulette Osorio, Kiwi Palupe-Lelei, Alicia Portales, Patricia Porter, Michael Randolph, Kevin D. Reagan, Justin Reid, Will Robbins, Fatima Robinson, Rick Roesch, Jared Rosen, Deborah Ross, Ahmed Saker, Tom Schaus, Tom Shark, Peter J. Silbermann, Tiffany Dawn Smith, Jeffrey D. Stevens, Mark Swenson, Donna Tegan, Ron Tenkely, Melissa Wells, Scott Wildfong, Anne Marie Wilson, Aaron G. York, Marijan Zoric, Jackamoe Buzzell, Marc C. Geschwind, Dauv McNeely, T.J. Meyers


Jennifer Byrd


Action, Comedy, Crime


Castle Rock Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures, Fortis Films




English, Italian, German, Yiddish





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Metacritic Rating


Short Description

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (also known as simply Miss Congeniality 2) is a 2005 American comedy film directed by John Pasquin, written and produced by Marc Lawrence, and starring Sandra Bullock in the title role, Regina King, Enrique Murciano, William Shatner, Ernie Hudson, Heather Burns, Diedrich Bader, and Treat Williams. It is the sequel to the 2000 film Miss Congeniality.

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous was released by Warner Bros. Pictures on March 24, 2005 and grossed over $101 million worldwide, and received negative reviews from critics.

Box Office Budget

$45,000,000 (estimated)

Box Office Opening Weekend USA


Box Office Gross USA


Box Office Cumulative Worldwide Gross



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