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DIRECTED BY JOHN LASSETER AND BRADFORD LEWIS

Cars 2 2011

Cars 2

Directed by

John Lasseter
Bradford Lewis

Starring

Actors
Character
Lightning McQueen
Finn McMissile
Holley Shiftwell
Sir Miles Axlerod
Francesco Bernoulli
Brent Musburger
Brent Mustangburger
Joe Mantegna
Grem
Thomas Kretschmann
Professor Z
Peter Jacobson
Acer
Darrell Waltrip
Darrell Cartrip
Franco Nero
Uncle Topolino
David Hobbs
David Hobbscap
Patrick Walker
Mel Dorado
Tony Shalhoub
Luigi
Jeff Garlin
Otis
Michel Michelis
Tomber
Siddeley / Leland Turbo
Lloyd Sherr
Fillmore / Combat Ship
Bruce Campbell
Rod 'Torque' Redline
Teresa Gallagher
Mater's Computer
Jenifer Lewis
Flo
Stanley Townsend
Victor Hugo / Vladimir Trunkov / Ivan the Tow Truck
Velibor Topic
Alexander Hugo
Sig Hansen
Crabby
Guido Quaroni
Guido
The Queen / Mama Topolino
John Mainieri
J. Curby Gremlin
Bradford Lewis
Tubbs Pacer
Cheech Marin
Ramone
Jeff Gordon
Jeff Gorvette
Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton
Paul Dooley
Sarge
Edie McClurg
Minny
Richard Kind
Van
Katherine Helmond
Lizzie
Michael Wallis
Sheriff
Catherine Bolt
Additional Voices
Gillian Bolt
Additional Voices
Jess Fulton
Additional Voices
Sonoko Konishi
Additional Voices
John Lasseter
Additional Voices
Daisuke Dice Tsutsumi
Additional Voices
Fernando Alonso
Fernando Alonso
Jan Nilsson
Flash
Vitaly Petrov
Vitaly Petrov
Memo Rojas
Memo Rojas
Sebastian Vettel
Sebastian Schnell
Jacques Villeneuve
Jacques Villeneuve
Mark Winterbottom
Frosty
Jamie Clay
Beetle Joose
Lindsey Collins
Mia
Jess Harnell
Additional Voices
Junichi Kajioka
Additional Voices
Elissa Knight
Tia
Yekta Kopan
Simsek McQueen
Barbara Kottmeier
Additional Voices
Claudia Leitte
Carla Veloso
Leon Lucev
Munjeviti Juric
Daniel Okeefe
Additional Voices
Zarko Potocnjak
Slep
Jeroen van Inkel
Green Jaguar E Type
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2011
 106 minutes (1 hrs 46 mins)
Certificates

U age rating

Cars 2 G age rating 

Btl

G

V

7
Release dates
UK release date UK release: 22nd July 2011
US release date US release: 24th June 2011
Italy release date Italy release: 22nd June 2011
Total grosses
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £15.1 Million
US total gross
United States Flag  $191.5 Million
Global total gross
Global Flag  $549.5 Million
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2nd Feb 2016
Last viewed:
23rd Feb 2022
Total views:
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£15,094,788
421
Cars 2
422

US total gross
$191,452,396
235
Cars 2

Global total gross
$549,450,875
188
Cars 2
189
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: U
Genres
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 7

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Cars 2
2N
£3,541,664
£3,541,664
3
£1,870,677
£8,204,497
5
£1,246,055
£11,332,660
7
£698,863
£13,105,932
11
£311,454
£14,016,776
12
£253,867
£14,621,129
14
£178,510
£15,094,788
US Box Office Info

Highest US chart position: 1

Weeks on US box office: 23

US Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
$66,135,507
$66,135,507
2
$26,273,387
$117,204,002
4
$15,212,015
$148,831,530
5
$8,407,529
$165,389,754
7
$5,655,857
$176,375,295
10
$2,349,142
$182,118,690
12
$1,222,836
$184,807,330
17
$659,901
$186,196,557
23
$348,218
$186,951,457
27
$234,298
$187,360,986
21
$1,207,411
$188,686,317
35
$181,185
$189,630,393
23N
$382,241
$190,061,329
20
$284,613
$190,462,898
25
$212,215
$190,785,745
31
$144,346
$191,003,042
36
$89,066
$191,130,189
39
$87,849
$191,244,894
40
$66,741
$191,334,428
43
$35,637
$191,382,060
49
$28,394
$191,434,784
65
$7,686
$191,446,625
86
$2,108
$191,450,875
Global Box Office Release Breakdown
  • Italy release date:
  • Australia release date:
  • Brazil release date:
  • Belarus release date:
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Popular in these countries
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom
  • Argentina Argentina
  • Ireland Ireland
News from around the web

There became a bit of a battle for the top of the box office this week as the much loved children's classic The BFG went up agains the much loved Star Trek franchise.

In the end Roald Dahl and Steven Spielberg won with The BFG as it takes the number 1 spot on its debut weekend of release with a very respectable £5.3 million

The film was considered a flop in the US but the stories are considered classics in the UK and parents have passed down books from generation to generation and this is reflected in the box office.

Almost as much loved, and celebrating 50 years this year is Star Trek, and to celebrate we have Star Trek Beyond which this week makes its debut at 2.

A weekend take of £4.7 million wasn't enough to see it debut at the top, and even more worrying is this is half as much as Star Trek Into Darkness, and lower than the original reboot.

The positive reviews may help the path ahead but this is definitely a diminishing series and with a fourth film already planned who knows what the future holds.

Also new this week are Andr Rieu's 2016 Maastricht Concert which had a couple of shows this last weekend is new at 3.

Historical charts

A year ago
This time last year Pixars Inside Out made its debut at the top of the box office knocking Ant-Man into second place.

Five years ago
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 made it a second week at the top while the top new film was Cars 2 at number 2.

Ten years ago
For a second weekend Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest was the top film while the highest new film was The Break UP at number 2.

Fifteen years ago

New at the top was Jurassic Park III while Shrek fell from the top into second place.

Twenty year ago

Disneys The Hunchback of Notre Dame made its debut at the top leaving Mission:Impossible to fall into second place.

Twenty five years ago
Kevin Coster was the big star of the era and debuted Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves at the top of the charts after lots of hype, while Thelma and Louise fell to number 3.

Steve Jobs dies aged 56

6th October 2011

It is with much sadness to write about the passing of Apple founder Steve Jobs, as an almost obsessive follower of technology he has been one of a selected few who has given me something to think about for the last 10 years.

Lets not forget also the incredible effect he has had on the film industry. Jobs in 1988 saw a computer graphics company that George Lucus was going to close down, bought it for $10 million dollars and not only created one of the greatest film studios the world has seen, but also created a studio which has brought some of the best loved characters of the last 20years.

From their first film Toy Story to their latest hit Cars 2 Pixar has continues to bring box office hits and stories we can cherish. Even kids today go to Disney and love the likes of Woody, Buzz, Nemo, Flick, WALL-E.

As a member of the Disney board Jobs also helped bring the firm back to life with Pixar a staple corner of that company, Pixar literally revolutionised animated film in the same way the iPod revolutionised the way we listed to music and the iPad revolutionized the way we use portable computers.

Lets celebrate his life, but with great sadness I say RIP Steve Jobs

Go back just over a year and the biggest film in the world (by box office gross) had been established, that film was James Cameron's Avatar, a film built from the ground up to show what 3D can achieve.

This weekend in the US Cars 2 has hit the top spot with a weekend gross of $68 million of which only 40% of that take was from 3D screening, so is the public finally realisd that 3D is just a gimmick?

If you listen to Sony they would have you believe that 3D is the future, we'll be watching all out broadcast TV and home movies in 3D, Nintendo are another company who have invested a lot of money in 3D, producing the 3DS, there is certainly no shortage of temptation for us to embrace the 3D age.

Not lets look at the numbers, Cars 2 isn't a first, King Fu Panda 2 and Rio both took more money in 2D rather than 3D, and most people who saw Pixar's top grossing film last year Toy Story 3 seemed to agree that the 3D did nothing for the film. In Japan the 3DS has been struggling, being outsold by the 7 year old PSP, a device for which the successor has already been announced and is reducing in sales.

Is there a future for 3D? Who knows at the moment, but 3D is starting to show it's colours at the cinema, the surcharge on the glasses certainly cant be helping, Sky TV are struggling with the uptake of 3D subscribers, again there is a surcharge, and gamers seem to be rejecting the notion as well.

There are a couple of high profile catalogue 3D film that have been retrofitted with 3D, the Star Wars Saga and Titanic, this may well be a test as to how the public is embracing 3D, but on current evidence we don't want it, the novelty has warn off.