This film's plot summary may be. Trevor battles the other plants and rips the plant, that is holding Hannah by the neck, out of the ground, and they continue towards the geyser. Sean reveals that he has brought the little bird back from the center of the Earth to keep as a pet. Locations included 2010—2012 , 2009—2012 , 2009— , , and. Trevor hands Sean a book about another strange land, by , and suggests they get together during Sean's Christmas break. Josh Hutcherson's character, Sean, is named after the professor and conservation biologist Dr.
Hannah is captured and strangled by a plant. The film transposes the novel into the present day and is mostly live action, with only the landscape and creatures supplied by computer-generated graphics. The film is projected using and. Archived from on August 26, 2014. The group starts seeking a way back to the surface.
Using information from Max's journal, Trevor determines that they must find a that can send them to the surface before the temperature rises to 200. On March 2006, development and filming of the film was completed in and. The cave entrance collapses, trapping them in what appears to be an abandoned mine. On April 20, 2006, principal photography and production began. The story was written by Richard Outten, Brian Gunn and Mark Gunn, and the screenplay by Brian and Mark Gunn. To make amends with the vineyard's , Sean gives the owner a diamond that he found while in the center of the Earth.
Ten years later, Max's 13-year-old son, Sean Anderson , visits Max's brother, Trevor Anderson. Hannah offers to help them climb the volcano. Jane Wheeler was replaced by. Like the first film, the sequel was shot in 3D, and the script is loosely based on a Verne novel — this time. It is the sequel to Journey to the Center of the Earth 2008. It retells the condensed story of the film with the help of 3D projection and sensory effects, including moving seats, wind, mist and scents.
The raft's sail becomes loose. After the adventure, Sean visits Trevor and Hannah in their new home, purchased using some of the diamonds Sean took from the cave; Trevor is also using them to fund his late brother's laboratory. Hannah and Trevor save each other from dead-ends and Sean reunites with them. While climbing a mountain, there is a thunderstorm and they protect themselves in a cave. She gives a box to Trevor that belonged to his missing brother, Max, and Trevor find a book with references to the last journey of his brother. Along the way, they find evidence that someone had been there a hundred years ago.
It also opened in the at under the same name on June 12, 2009. While the group is hiking up the volcano, a forces them to take shelter in a. In a box of items that belonged to Max is a book, by. Journey 2 was filmed between November 2010 and February 2011 and was released in February 2012. Synopsis Professor Trevor Anderson receives his teenager nephew Sean Anderson. They sail to a volcano with magma rising in its crater, and find out they missed the geyser.
They reach the bottom of a volcanic vent filled with different varieties of crystals, including. Trevor says he is going to look for Sean, but tells Hannah she should continue on to the geyser and save herself. Peter Travers gave it 2. Sean tries to hold on, but is blown away and separated from the two adults. While Trevor and Sean are examining what they've found, Hannah finds Max's body.
They seek an exit and fall in a hole, discovering a lost world in the center of the Earth. When he tries to jump across, he calls out his brother's name before falling into the vent. They bury Max on the beach of the underground ocean and Trevor reads a letter to Sean found in Max's journal. If any Link is not working please Comment. Before he goes, Hannah kisses Trevor in case he does not return.
On April 16, 2003, it was announced that , , , , , , and joined the film. A 3D Blu-ray version was released on January 17, 2012. It also featured in the new 4D Cinema at the in the U. Sean accidentally drops a diamond, which breaks the floor, and they begin to fall towards the center of the Earth. Following the first film, the sequel is based on another Jules Verne novel, this time The Mysterious Island.