‘Night at the Museum 2, Fantastic Voyage’ and ‘Dragonball Z’ to Be Filmed in Montreal

All three over $100 million budgeted films will be shot over the next year in the Canadian city.

According to The Gazette, three high-profile films are expected to be shot in Montreal over the next year:

The 20th Century Fox studio is expected to shoot three big-budget movies in Montreal over the next year; each has a budget of at least $100 million. The films are the Night at the Museum sequel Another Night, Independence Day director Roland Emmerich's remake of the sci-fi flick Fantastic Voyage and a big-screen adaptation of the Japanese manga Dragonball Z.

Another Night is the follow-up to the family film directed by former Montrealer Shawn Levy, which grossed $250 million at the North American box office last year. Like the first film, the sequel will once again be set at New York's Museum of Natural History and will feature many of the same characters, including the nightwatchman played by Ben Stiller. Robin Williams, who played Theodore Roosevelt, is also expected to be back.

Click Here! to read the rest of the article about the three above-mentioned movies.

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian was released May 22nd, 2009 and stars Ben Stiller, Amy Adams, Owen Wilson, Hank Azaria, Robin Williams, Christopher Guest, Alain Chabat, Steve Coogan. The film is directed by Shawn Levy.

Fantastic Voyage is in development . The film is directed by Shawn Levy.

Sources: The Gazette

Share this story yet?

0 0 0 0 0


Comments (9)


    i thought night at the museum was very good. i think they could do a good job with the sequel. they just need to throw out some more humor.

    7 years agoby @mcleve02Flag

  2. Tomp1210

    come on brandon routh as goku, mark strong as vegeta, they have proved their characters, brandon as the gentle hero, and mark as the villain with an alterior motive. just a thought

    7 years agoby @tomp1210Flag

  3. Michael5

    Night At The Museum : Another Night will be awesome. So will Fantastic Voyage.

    7 years agoby @michael5Flag

  4. swiper

    ahhh ive been writing a script dor dbz for a year and a half now

    7 years agoby @swiperFlag

  5. dcrock

    I thought night at the museum was awesome so i welcome the sequel.But yeah i agree remakes most of the time are crap.The good remakes are ones that nobody ever heard of the original and don't know it's a remake.I hate when they remake classic movies that were great to start and need no remaking.

    7 years agoby @dcrockFlag

  6. tyler13d

    A DBZ movie? Wonder how they'l' deal with the hair thing...

    7 years agoby @tyler13dFlag

  7. CelluloidDreams

    and a remake of the sci-fi flick "Fantastic Voyage" Jesus Christ NO!!!!!!!!! Director Roland Emmerich couldn't direct his own mother! I hated "ID4". That wasthe biggest joke in cenima history next to "Heaven's Gate" or "Ishtar". HOLLYWOOD STOP TRYING TO RE-MAKE FILMS OR UP-DATE THEM OR SOME OTHER STUPID TERM HOLLYWOOD LIKES TO USE. Just clean-up the orginial print and put it back in theateres!!! The remake "Fantastic Voyage" is going to turn into a bad acted CGI mess! I will skip that! Next to "Halloween" I don't think I can't handle watching another great film turned into crap! Power to the people who punish bad cinema!

    7 years agoby @2movieguysFlag

  8. CelluloidDreams

    "Night at the Museum" sequel called
    "Another Night"?? Oh God no, will Hollywood stop trying to make more crap!?!? I hated "Night at the Museum" it was too me a family film aimed at first-graders, not teenagers or adults! I was bored 1/2 through the film, can't wait for more stupid crap W./Part 2!..an aimless and riotous mess

    7 years agoby @2movieguysFlag

  9. Zynthos

    Yay Dragonball Z! I's about friggin time

    7 years agoby @heir-of-isildur0Flag

From The Web