PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
The Four Horsemen resurface and are forcibly recruited by a tech genius to pull off their most impossible heist yet.
A major plot point of the film is The Eye, the society to which the Four Horsemen are trying to prove themselves. The establishing shots of London very prominently feature the city's large Ferris wheel, known as the London Eye.
J. Daniel Atlas:
We are going out with a show people will never forget.
In Now You See Me (2013), the audience is shown a flashback of a young Dylan saying goodbye to his father Lionel Shrike (Elias Koteas) as he leaves to perform the trick that will kill him. It is daytime, Lionel is shown as a late middle aged man with receding hair and he leaves Dylan at home. In this sequel, this whole event is completely ret-conned so that the trick takes place at night, Dylan is present at the location where the trick is being performed and Lionel Shrike is shown as a much younger man (Richard Laing) with a full head of hair.
CORRECTION: The scene that this refers to is only in the theatrical version/an alternate ending of the first film. The actual scene only has Dylan explaining how everything was connected and him giving a brief explanation of what happened to his dad and the safe. Since the scene is only an alternate/extended ending, the opening scene to this film is canon where as the extended ending of the first film may not be canon.
English, Mandarin, Cantonese
$22,383,146 (USA) (10 June 2016)
$65,030,563 (USA) (19 August 2016)
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