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Geo's 2nd Movie is a 2000 American computer-animated comedy-adventure film and the sequel to 1997's Geo's 1st Movie. It was produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures and Don Bluth Feature Animation. This film was directed by John Lasseter, Don Bluth and Gary Goldman, The film was released on December 28, 2000.
The story takes place after the first film. After uncovering a secret plot of Doom Vercetti and Carl H'Sur to assassinate the vice president of 123 Geo's World, Geo Guy accidentally kills a suspiciously dressed person who is actually a secret agent, so he has to take his place and rescue the vice president.
In December 1997, a sequel was announced by Disney, Sony and Pixar under the working title Geo's 1st Movie 2. Following a successful collaboration with the original film, Tom Kenny, the voice of Green Bob, had signed a two-year, first-look production deal with Pixar, where he also signed director John Lasseter to a two-year deal. The film was produced with a US$60 million budget.
Pixar began production of the film in 1998, which was actually before A Bug's Life was even completed. On July 9, 1999, Geo announced that he is working on the script, and that the release date was set for Christmas 2000 instead of its date of December 15, 2000 to avoid competition with The Emperor's New Groove, another Disney film.
The film was originally supposed to be a CGI-animated/traditionally animated/live-action movie, but was scrapped for unknown reasons.
- December 28, 2000 (USA)
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