The Pink Panther 2

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The Pink Panther 2
Directed by Harald Zwart
Produced by Robert Simonds
Screenplay by Scott Neustadter
Michael H. Weber
Steve Martin
Story by Scott Neustadter
Michael H. Weber
Starring Steve Martin
Jean Reno
Alfred Molina
Emily Mortimer
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
Andy García
Lily Tomlin
John Cleese
Music by Christophe Beck
Henry Mancini (Theme)[1]
Cinematography Denis Crossan
Editing by Julia Wong
Studio Robert Simonds Productions
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Columbia Pictures
Release date(s) February 6, 2009 (2009-02-06)
Running time 92 minutes
Country United States
France
Language English
Budget $70 million
Money made $75,946,615 [2]

The Pink Panther 2 is a comedy movie released in 2009. It is the sequel to the movie The Pink Panther. In this movie, Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Steve Martin) is assigned to catch a burglar called "The Tornado". The Tornado has stolen the famous Pink Panther Diamond.

This movie also stars Kevin Kline, Beyoncé Knowles, and Jean Reno.

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 Chile 5 February 2009
 Malaysia 5 February 2009
 Panama 6 February 2009
 United States 6 February 2009
 Egypt 11 February 2009
 Philippines 11 February 2009
 United Arab Emirates 12 February 2009
 Greece 12 February 2009
 Croatia 12 February 2009
 Hungary 12 February 2009
 Kuwait 12 February 2009
 Netherlands 12 February 2009
 Slovakia 12 February 2009
 Bulgaria 13 February 2009
 Ecuador 13 February 2009
 Finland 13 February 2009
 United Kingdom 13 February 2009
Republic of Ireland Ireland 13 February 2009
 Romania 13 February 2009
 Sweden 13 February 2009
 Uruguay 13 February 2009
 Belgium 18 February 2009
 Switzerland 18 February 2009 (French speaking region)
 France 18 February 2009
 Argentina 19 February 2009
Serbia and Montenegro Serbia and Montenegro 19 February 2009
 Kazakhstan 19 February 2009
 Peru 19 February 2009
 Portugal 19 February 2009
 Russia 19 February 2009
 Singapore 19 February 2009
 Ukraine 19 February 2009
 Brazil 20 February 2009
 Denmark 20 February 2009
 Iceland 20 February 2009
 Latvia 20 February 2009
 Venezuela 20 February 2009
 Czech Republic 26 February 2009
 Thailand 26 February 2009
 Estonia 27 February 2009
 Spain 27 February 2009
 Kenya 27 February 2009
Mexico Mexico 27 February 2009
 Poland 27 February 2009
 South Africa 27 February 2009
 Israel 5 March 2009
 Italy 6 March 2009
 Switzerland 12 March 2009 (German speaking region)
 Germany 12 March 2009
 Austria 13 March 2009
 Taiwan 27 March 2009
 Australia 2 April 2009
 New Zealand 2 April 2009
 Bolivia 9 April 2009
 Japan 11 April 2009
 Colombia 17 April 2009
 Turkey 17 April 2009

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