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Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Gary Ross
Produced by Derek Todd
Drake Jones
Written by Brian Clark
Based on Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush by Rita Christensen
Starring Blake Brown
Ben Linkin
Amy Tammie
Brandon Simpson
Bloom Dee
Miranda Richardson
Arthur Walters
Jennettte McCurdy
Keanu Reeves
Keira Knightley
Nick Jonas
Joe Jonas
Miley Cyrus
Music by James Newton Howard
Cinematography Kyle Adams
Editing by Joshua Black
Production company Spyglass Enterniment
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release dates June 30, 2011
(New York premiere)
July 8, 2011
(United States & Canada)
Running time 125 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $250 million
(Shared with Part 1)
Box office $1.330 billion

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 is a American 2011 superhero film directed by Gary Ross and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It is the second of a two-part theatrical series finale based onto the 2005 novel with the same name by Rita Christensen. The film, which is the eighth and final installment in the Jane Hoop Elementary franchise, is written by Brian Clark and produced by Derek Todd and Drake Jones. The story continues where Part 1 was left off at, finding three pieces of the Crystal Power to finish their mission to destroy The Final Rush, and preparing for the final battle against Catwoman.

The film stars Blake Brown, Ben Linkin, Amy Tammie, Brandon Simpson and Bloom Dee as teenagers with telekinesis. Principal photography began on January 16, 2009 and was completed on June 25, 2010, with reshoots taking place in November 2010, ending eleven years of filming for the franchise. Part 2 was released theatrically in 2D, 3D and IMAX theaters worldwide on July 8, 2011.[1] This is the only Hoop film ever to be released in 3D, and also the only film in the franchise to be released in Dolby Surround 7.1.

The film became a financial success and critics rates it as one of the best reviewed film of 2011. Throughout it's release, Part 2 broke various records at the box office including midnight grosses and IMAX, opening day and single day, opening weekend, worldwide and foreign gross. Grossing over $1.3 billion worldwide, it became the fourth highest-grossing film of all-time as well as the second highest-grossing film of 2011. As of 2020, it became the 14th highest-grossing films of all-time, the highest-grossing Jane Hoop Elementary installment to date as well in the Superhero World franchise, the ninth film to gross $1 billion worldwide and finally the highest-grossing superhero film of all-time worldwide. It is also the second highest film of Paramount Pictures and its parent company Viacom.

The film was released on home media on December 23, 2011 on DVD and Blu Ray sets. It was also released with the Jane Hoop Elementary: Collection Set on Blu Ray and DVD, which includes all eight films. Part 1 and Part 2 were also released on DVD and Blu Ray set on December 23, 2011. It was nominated for many awards, including the 2012 Kids Choice Awards, for "Best Movie". However, the film was lost to Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked.

The franchise would continue with the first instalment of the spin-of sequel series Heroes Forever: The New Beginning in 2016. The series features new cast members as the main characters as Brown reprise his role for the first film and Tammie and Linkin reprised their roles in the sequels.

Plot[]

After burying and mourning on Blaze's buriel, Danny speaks to Lou, Alice's grandfather, about the Final Rush that he learned. He said that they were created years ago by one of Catwoman's former family members that are set to kill everyone on earth. Now she's doing the same that that happened a long time ago. Meanwhile, Danny and his friends Alec and Rebecca resumed the search of the three pieces of the Crystal Power hidden in the Cincinnati Museum, Winton Woods Park and King's Island. Cory is in charge as leader of Jane Hoop Elementary despite their absences.

Throughout the mission and after being attacked by Catwoman's two random army, the trio gets attack by one of Catwoman's random monsters and a possessed Heather, who was suspiciously murdered by Luke Watson. Alec brings Heather back to life by using his powers and kissing her. Meanwhile, Alice and Hunter sneaks into Catwoman's Base to steal the Magic Ball, where the two are getting closer together as well as Cory and Stephanie.

Back in Cincinnati during the final battle, everyone gets injured and killed including both two swat teammate members David, Maria and Michael, whom got together and die together, meaning that the Jane Hoop Elementary gang has lost all of the SWAT Teammates they are being protected over the years. Belle Lamar, Catboy and Catman were killed during the explosion for collapsing a bridge from Downtown Cincinnati.

Danny has a vision that Goldenman is in trouble. As he, Rebecca and Alec are trying to rescue him, but they're too late. He was killed after Catwoman stabs him in the abdomen before Catwoman orders Killer to finish him off, in which Killer did. Though their powers are unable to save him, Goldenman transfers his powers to Danny before dying. Too powerful to defeat, Danny envisions that Catwoman's weakness is to kill all of Catwoman's family and friends and Danny since both Catboy and Catman were the first two to be destroyed. He manage to sacrifice himself and lower Catwoman's weakness.

Heading to Catwoman, she strikes him into the chest with the Black Buzzer possibly killed him. Having seen Goldenman, Robert and David, Maria and Michael, he managed to bring himself to life within being the chosen one even though he the most powerful superhero that can die or live. He realizes that there is Catwoman's grave stone in his body which he has strike Catwoman's defeat inside of him. He eventually returned to his body.

Catwoman returns Danny to Cincinnati to announce his possible death to everyone. As Jaquille gives out a speech that Danny may be dead, Danny finally reveals that he's still alive. Miss. Bella Watson kills Shego and than Jaquille kills Monkeyman. Luke is killed by Hunter, and finally Catgirl is killed by Alice rescuing Hunter. The final ability will be Catwoman's pet wolf Killer.

During the final fight against Catwoman, Danny is force to stop what she is doing, but she refused it. Jaquille destroyed Killer with the Black Buzzer while rescuing Rebecca and Alec leaving Catwoman unstable. Meanwhile, both the Magic Ball and the Crystal Power were placed at the Fountain Square alongside the First gives Danny the ultimate power using it alongside the Black Buzzer to kill her, and obliterating her. However, without seen anyone find it, Danny explains that the three objects were used for one of the world's most powerful superhero: Danny. He throws The Magic Ball to the ocean except for The Crystal Power and The First, breaking it's power.

Ten years later, the superheroes retired from being heroes and all enjoying their normal lives as Danny and Rebecca Gorden, and Alec and Naudia Gutzwiller proudly watch their own children play in a playground.

Cast[]

See also: List of Jane Hoop Elementary cast members

Casting[]

Miley Cyrus, who starred in Part 1 as Heather Woods, now has a much bigger role in Part 2. Jami Gertz, who was absent in Part 1, reprises her role for Part 2. Logan Lerman, who stared in the second film, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape, reprises his role as Kirk Waters, world's greatest reality player, but only in a smaller role.

Also, the original adult actors and actress were scheduled to star in the film as the adult heroes Danny, Rebecca, Alec and Naudia, but the plans were later scrapped because the studio do not picture their characters being played by adult actors as the characters. The main cast, Brown, Linkin, Tammie and Blue, are still playing the characters with some make up and special effects to make them look and sound older.

Production[]

Development[]

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush film adaptation was green lighted in July 2008. Both Paramount Pictures, Rita Christensen and producer Brian Clark has made a decision to split the final book into two separated films. Since the announcement of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows being made into two parts, a two-part film adaptation of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush is ready to be set for it's theatrical release for the last time. Just than, it was originally reported for the Turbo of Catland to be split into two movies, despite the book's lengthwise storyline, scheduling Part 1 for November 14, 2008 release and Part 2 for July 10, 2009 release, but the plan wasn't in success, because of the book "not as long as the others" back in 2007.[1] The film instead was made as one film, and was released on July 8, 2009. The Final Rush was shot back-to-back for confirming to filming to be made only in direct order according to Paramount Pictures.[1]

In concluding the film franchise, we feel like that Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush should have some interesting settings, and there are mostly a lot of detailed plot summary With that said, we feel like that the idea for fans, is to split the entire storyline into two parts, because we can't make all of this into only one movie.
 
— David Grossman, Paramount Pictures press release on July 15, 2008

Derek Todd talks to Rita Christensen about the book, and she told him that the book she has written seems to be long, and Todd is possibly is going to remove several of scenes for the movie that came from the book. Although, it was being treated as one film, but was made into two.[1] Producer Brian Clark helped out searching for to make this movie completely different from the book, but can do it soon as possible.

Gary Ross, who direct Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power, Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland and Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1, was chosen as director of the final film. Ross describes Part 1 of the film: "an action packed-superhero film. It features everything that makes this movie bad ass. The final battle is what it's going to make this movie so bad ass."[1]

Film producer Drake Jones began writting scripts onto the movie within in the last two parts approaching. In December 2008, it revealed that he has completed the scripts for Part 2.

Filming[]

The epilogue scene for the film took place in Downtown Cincinnati.

Pre-production has began on January 8, 2009.[1] Filming begins on January 16, 2009[1] for a project 230 days.[1] It was shot in Cincinnati, Ohio, for the Fantasy World includes Jane Hoop Elementary Base and Catwoman's Base.[1] It scheduled to be complete in June.[1] The Kingstons' Home was filmed on that day.[1] It will also be shot in Cincinnati Museum Center, Winton Woods Park and King's Island.[1] Fountain Square will be filmed, since filming a burning Fountain Square from the previous film.[1]

Scenes of Part 1 will end with Danny, Rebecca and Alec nearly get kidnapped by Catwoman, while torturing Rebecca, if Danny will give her the Crystal Power, while Part 2 continues of them being kidnapped to the end of the film.[1] They will also filming a search scene of pieces of Magic Ball at the Cincinnati Museum Center.[1] Filming begins with Danny, Rebcecca and Alec escaping from Catwoman's Base to continue on searching the powerful objects without The Magic Ball.[1] Fountain Square will be filmed, since filming a burning Fountain Square from the previous film.[1]

As of April 2, 2010, Larry Hutchinson suffered a major head injury during the film of an explosion at the Cincinnati Square, and has been sent to the hospital.[1] Filming an explosion scene was a serious stunt for Hutchinson.[1] Also on May 14, 2010, Amy Tammie also suffered, but a minor head injury, sending to the hospital.[1] However, she is later released on the same day, just as after she has no threating injuries.[1] Even though it is set to took at least 230 days, it took 480 days to complete.

Filming for both parts wrapped up on June 25, 2010.[1] Blake Brown, Amy Tammie and Ben Linkin filmed their last scene as they officially wrapped up having them completing the movie franchise for 10 years.[1] The film is shot for a year and a half from January, 2009 to June, 2010.[1]

Setting and Visual effects[]

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 took place where Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 left off at. It concludes with a scene where Catwoman gaining super ability from her wishes from the Magic Ball. Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 was set in the summer of 2012. It started off where Danny, Rebecca and Alec staying with Alice at her grandparents home.

On August 2009, the film is originally going to have older actors to play older character, but fired them to use the main actors instead to look like adults. On October 30, 2009, Brown states that the film will be including younger villains playing by teenager/young adult actors. Film writer Brian Clark states states that they're will be visual effects for the main actors who are looking in their mid 20s, to make their voices sound a bit older than their teenage years.

Brian Clark states the serious special effects were used grateful for both parts of The Final Rush. Visual effects department Greg Wilkerson creates a special effect of feet long eagle for the scene where Danny and his friends get attacked by a Giant Eagle in Morphin the Power in Part 1 of The Final Rush. Wilkerson states that he uses CGI to make it look like it moves. The fake Giant Eagle is made from stratch. He and his workers worked for two hours to create a 8 feet long Eagle.

CG graphics for both Giant monsters and sea monsters were used. They painted the Monsters eyes red where the sea monsters has green eyes like they painted since the previous film. He also made CG graphics to Blaze, Martha and their child as well since the previous film.

The film will be having not one but two different dragons in both parts. Wilkerson has done CG works for making a dragon that it painted red for scene where Miley Cyrus' character gets attacked, and also another dragon where Danny battles was the same thing he have done since The Magic Ball. That dragon is painted pink where Catwoman granted a wish from the Magic Ball.

Music[]

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 (soundtrack)
Main article: Music of the Jane Hoop Elementary films

For Part 2, it was not confirmed rather or not Howard will be returning to compose music for Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2.[1] Also, rumors spalshes around that Howard will return to compose this soundtrack. Howard states "we're not starting with Part 2 yet, because we're in production of completing Part 1, which will take about a couple of months to get it all done." Than by February 2011, Howard has finished composing Part 1, and said he will indeed be back to compose Part 2, which starts in spring 2011. It is currently targeting the soundtrack's release date July 2011 following the release of Part 2 of the film with the same title of July 2011 release.[1] It was released on July 5, 2011, eight months after Part 1. On June 29, the entire soundtrack was leaked online.

Distribution[]

Marketing[]

The film's production budget is an additional $125 million. Within both parts has the same, gives them both a total of $250 million. A new trailer for Part 2 was seen in theaters before the release of Thor on May 6, 2011 as well as online. A teaser poster for the film was released on March 30, 2011, showing Danny and Catwoman dramatically staring at each other, without the film's title and the tagline reads "The End Begins 7.8", which is release date of the film's release in theaters. Starting on April 18, ABC Family will be airing the first five films as well as the first look for Part 2 during it's ABC Family Springbreak Weekend Marathon. The trailer for the film was released on May 6, 2011. The character posters were released on Facebook featuring characters being covered in blood. An IMAX trailer was released in front of an IMAX Super 8 on June 10, 2011. On June 5, 2011, Blake Brown, Amy Tammie and Ben Linkin released a clip for the film at the MTV Movie Awarads, featuring Danny about to sacrifice himself from Catwoman because she wanted him to die. Danny pulls her off the bridge with him.

Theatrical release[]

Ben Linkin, Amy Tammie and Blake Brown at the World Premiere of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 on June 30, 2011 in New York City.

On April 22, 2011, a test screening for the film was held with director Gary Ross and producers Brian Clark and Derek Todd made their attendances. The second part was released worldwide on July 8, 2011, eight months after Part 1 and exactly two years after Turbo of Catland. While Part 1's 3D schedule is canceled to a regular and IMAX release only, Part 2 is the only film in the franchise to be released in 3D theaters. The film was also the franchise's first film ever to be release in Dolby Surround 7.1. Though, Part 1 is originally scheduled for a 3D release, which would have been the first film in the franchise to do so, and Part 2 would have been second in the franchise to do so. But since the 3D plans were scrapped for Part 1, Part 2 is the only one that can achieve this.

On June 3, one month before the film's release, tickets went on sale, and went to break records. The world premiere was held in New York City on June 30, 2011, a week before the film's release, and a day later after the first book's 15th anniversary. The United Kingdom world premiere was held in London on July 4, 2011. The film's runtime is 125 minutes (2 hours and 5 minutes), making it the shortest Jane Hoop Elementary film behind only Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power at 130 minutes (2 hours and 10 minutes). Also, it was the second Hoop film in the series to have a PG-13 rating (first being The Final Rush - Part 1). Filmed in 2-D, the film has been converted to be released in 3-D, and was successfully released in RealD 3D and IMAX 3D, making it the only Jane Hoop Elementary film to do so.

At midnight, the film opened in a record 4,100 theaters, making it the widest midnight release ever surprising The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. Elswehere in the US, the film played in 4,372 theaters, 3,000 3D theaters, and 272 IMAX theaters beginning on July 8, the second widest release ever for a Paramount film behind Iron Man 2 (4,380 theaters), the third widest release of all-time behind The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (4,468 theaters) and Iron Man 2, the most widest release for a Jane Hoop Elementary film ever, and was also 2011's widest release for a film so far until the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 (4,375 theaters) nationwide on July 15, 2011. Tickets Advanced for the film sold a record $31 million. On October 7, 2011, three months after it's theatrical release, the film was re-released in 2D, 3D and IMAX theaters only for a limit time.

Home media[]

The film was released in four formats: One-Disk standard, Two-Disk standard Blu Ray, Three-Disk 2D Blu Ray Combo Pack (DVD + 2D Blu Ray + Digital Copy) and Four-Disk 3D Blu Ray Combo Pack (DVD + 3D Blu Ray + 2D Blu Ray + Digital Copy) featuring with 3D glasses. Joe Jonas announced that the film will have a midnight release party. He decides not to attend, due to stomach pain, and is replaced by Brandon Simpson. It was announced that the film has break a new record for fastest selling pre-ordered DVD on Amazon.com.

In its first week, the film set a record as the fastest selling DVD of 2011 selling out 3.2 million copies ($45,410,040) on DVD and 3.5 million copies ($79,110,500) on Blu Ray. The film tops the DVD sales chart in five weeks as of January 22, 2012. As of January 8, 2012, the film earned so far 7.7 million copies ($91,989,471). In unit sales, it became the fastest-selling DVD of 2011. In sales revenues, it became the third fastest-selling DVD of 2011 behind Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 and Tangled.

Reaction[]

Box office[]

Box Office Records set by Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush – Part 2 upon its release
Box Office Record Record Details
Opening Weekend - IMAX $15,100,000
Widest Midnight Launch 4,100 theaters
Single Day / Opening Day $90,001,851
Opening Weekend $165,216,885
Highest Gross in Advance Ticket Sales $31,000,000
Biggest Thursday Night / Midnight Release $41,110,000
Biggest IMAX Midnight Release $1,800,000
Biggest Superhero Movie Opener $165,216,885
Opening Weekend Worldwide $457,216,885
Opening Weekend Foreign $292,000,000
Opening Weekend United Kingdom $32,000,000
Opening Weekend Australia $25,700,000
Highest Grossing Worldwide IMAX Release $23,400,000

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 grossed $380,025,057 domestically, along with $949,100,000 internationally, for a worldwide total of $1,329,125,057. It is the 15th highest-grossing film worldwide of all-time, the second highest-grossing 2011 film, the highest-grossing Jane Hoop Elementary film, the second highest-grossing children's book adaptation and was the highest-grossing superhero film ever worldwide until The Avengers surpassed it in 2012 with its total of $1.518 billion.

The film opened with $457.2 million worldwide, becoming the biggest worldwide opening of all-time . The film grosses $23.4 million worldwide, becoming a then biggest IMAX opening of all-time. On August 2011, it surprised Jane Hoop Elementary: The First to become the highest-grossing film in the franchise by passing the $1 billion mark worldwide. It became the tenth film in history to pass the milestone, third film of the year to pass $1 billion, and the first time that a Jane Hoop Elementary film has ever pass that milestone. It also became the second fastest film in history to reach $1 billion, 24 days after it's release.

Unlike the previous films, the film has been converted into 3D even though the film did not shot in 3D. With the success of Avatar, Paramount Pictures is reducting ever shot of action sequences to be successfully activated with about 150 shots. Paramount states that the film is very good looking in 3D, hoping that it can set to make money for the studios. With the success of the film and Transformers: Dark of the Moon in 3D, the studio raises up to more than $2 billion at the box office internationally.

North America[]

The film established new records including biggest Thursday night or midnight gross with $41.2 million and biggest IMAX gross in late Thursday night or midnight gross with $1.8 million. The film also sets a new record for biggest Friday, single day and opening day gross of all-time earning $90 million. It than grossed $165.2 million during its opening weekend, which established a new opening weekend record, including a July and 3D release and also for a Paramount Pictures release, including a new opening weekend record with $15.1 million from IMAX showings. However, the film only holds 41% from 3-D venues. That means, just $72.5 million only adapted from its 3-D showings, making it the second largest opening in history at the time. It also ranked first place on the weekend charts for a whole week.

In its second weekend of release, the film stumbled 86.2 percent in its second Friday earning $12.6 million. During its second opening weekend, it made $42.1 million declining 77 percent from last weekend. The Final Rush - Part 2 has the 24th largest 2nd weekend drop for a film ever and one of the year's biggest drops ever. However, it's still one of the fastest ten-day grossing films with its total to $272 million, but still made it, in a record of time, the second biggest ten-day gross of all-time. Three weeks after it's theatrical release, the film surprised Jane Hoop Elementary: The First to become the franchise's highest-grossing film in North America.

As of 2018, the film is the 41st highest-grossing film in the United States of all-time, the second highest-grossing film of 2011, the highest-grossing Jane Hoop Elementary film, the 15th highest-grossing superhero film, and the 24th highest-grossing 3D film ever.

Outside North America[]

Outside North America, The Final Rush - Part 2 is the second highest-grossing Paramount Pictures film of all-time, the second highest-grossing film of 2011, the eighth highest-grossing film of all-time, the highest-grossing Jane Hoop Elementary film and the second highest-grossing superhero film. On it's first day at the international box office (July 6, 2011) in 14 countries, The Final Rush - Part 2 earned $40.2 million. In 5 days after its major release, it earned a massive $292 million from 42 countries, breaking as the biggest overseas debut of all-time beating Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides ($260.4 million).

The film topped the foreign box office for one week before Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 took the top spot, which stayed there for two weeks. Two weeks later, The Final Rush - Part 2 returned to the top spot and stayed there for four weeks until The Smurfs replaced it for the top spot. The film also broke opening days records in most countries including Australia ($13.6 million), United Kingdom ($11.2 million), Mexico ($7.1 million) and France ($6.1 million).

In Australia, it earned total US$29.2 million in its opening weekend. It scored the biggest opening weekend in the country beating Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge ($25.8 million). It held the record for nearly eight years until it was broken by Avengers: Endgame ($30.8 million). It than grossed $57 million, making it the highest-grossing 2011 film, as well as the highest-grossing Jane Hoop Elementary film beating Goldenman's Revenge ($45.2 million), and the second highest-grossing film of all-time behind Avatar ($105 million) at the Australian box office.

In the United Kingdom opening weekend, the film grossed £23.7 million (US$33.54 million), making it the second biggest opening in history at the time behind Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (£23.9 million) and the highest opening weekend for a Jane Hoop Elementary film at the UK opening weekend surpassing Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland (£20.0 million). However in US dollars, it is the second biggest opening in history behind Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix ($33.55 million), and the biggest opening weekend ever for a Jane Hoop Elementary film beating Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power ($33.2 million). It than become 2011's second highest-grossing film with $114 million behind Deathly Hallows Part 2 ($117 million), and also surpassed Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power ($95 million) to become the highest-grossing Jane Hoop Elementary film at the UK box office.

Critical reception[]

Critics for Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 were strongly positive. It has gotten early reviews, which are very positive, and was one of the best reviewed film in the film franchise yet. So far, they have been reviewed as one of the best reviewed films in the of 2011, as many critics and fans claimed that this is the best Jane Hoop Elementary film yet. Carter Dicky, who reviewd The Final Rush - Part 1 early, also praised The Final Rush - Part 2 early stating: "this is the best Jane Hoop Elementary movie I've have ever saw in my entire life." and gives it 5 out of 5 stars. Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a 95% "fresh" rating, beating The Magic Ball, which ranked 90% in 2005. Also, the flm ranked 100% for the Top Critic and Materic of 64 reviews. However, the Yahoo! Movie give the movie an graded A+ basic on 12 reviewers, ranking as the highest grade for a film in the franchise.[1]

The Guardian reviewer Charles Murphy wrote a postive review and ranks 3.5/5 stars. He praises on the actor's performances, film background, plot summary and storyline. The Hollywood Reporter's Kyle Richards states "the best one yet, and the perfect Jane Hoop Elementary ending." Steve Williams praised a postive review stating on the film stating that it looks fantastic with a successful shot of 3D, but without the 3D camera, it will still make the film to look very successful. Dustin Washington enjoyed the film stating it: "The best movie of 2011 so far, and also the one of the best films in the world. 3D is actually working it out, despite its horrible effects to other 3D films like Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and Kung Fu Panda 2."

Alison Johnson of UK The Daily Telegraph praised: "This is the very emotional ending to the film series that lasts for 11 years and still going on." The Los Angeles Times reporter Angela Lenhoff praised on the performances of the cast including Arthur Walters, Jennette McCurdy, Miley Cyrus, Nick Jonas and Joe Jonas. She states: "they are quite fantastic. Nick and Joe makes a great team, and Miley may be a singer, but she is also a dramatic actress. McCurdy is the best villain."

Sally Radcliffe praised it positive saying the film "has so much things going off from the last movies, and they bringing it back to this one to make people to think how much they loved the movies. It was a very good thing to help audiences to remember what's happening the last time of the film series for eleven years. It's the ultimate final chapter in our generation." The Guardian publisher Amanda Bradford gave it a positive rating of 5.5 out of 5 stating: "wonderful movie, and should become the highest-grossing movie of all-time... after Avatar of course." New York Reporter Ashley Thomas gives the film 4 out of 5 stars stating "this deserves an Oscar, if they are trying to except it." She also states the film is mixed with The Lord of the Rings and Percy Jackson.

Accolades[]

Before it was released, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 lost the National Movie Award for "Must See Movie of the Summer" to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2. Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 won a whooping 17 out of 47 nominations at the 2011 Scream Award. It won three awards at the 38th People's Choice Awards. It won the 2012 Kids Choice Awards once again for "Favorite Buttkicker", two times in a role. The film won the 2012 MTV Movie Awards for "Best Movie". The film won two awards at the 2012 Teen Choice Awards for "Choice: Villain" and "Chemistry".

Year Award Category Result Recipient
2011 National Movie Awards Must See Movie of the Summer Won Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2
2011 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer Movie Nominated Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2
Choice Summer Movie: Male Nominated Blake Brown
Choice Summer Movie: Female Nominated Amy Tammie
2011 Scream Awards The Ultimate Scream Nominated Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2
Best Supporting Actor Won Arthur Walters
Best Supporting Actress Won Jennette McCurdy
Breakout performance - Male Won Blake Brown
Breakout performance - Female Won Amy Tammie
Best Ensemble Won Cast of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2
Best Villain Won Nick Jonas
Fight Scene of the Year Won Blake Brown vs. Brooke Timer
Holy Sh!t Scene of the Year Nominated Good vs. Evil Charging
Best F/X Nominated Film
Best 3D Movie Nominated Film
Best Director Won Gary Ross
Best Scream-Play Nominated Brian Clark
Best Superhero Won Blake Brown
2012 38th People's Choice Awards Favorite Movie Nominated Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2
Favorite Movie Superhero Won Blake Brown as Danny Gorden
Favorite Book Adaptation Nominated Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2
Favorite Ensemble Movie Cast Nominated Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2
Favorite Action Movie Nominated Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2
Favorite Movie Actor Won Blake Brown
Favorite Movie Actress Won Amy Tammie
Grammy Awards Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media Nominated Dan Wilson
84th Academy Awards Best Visual Effects Nominated N/A
Best Makeup Nominated Make Up Artists
2012 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Nominated Ensemble Cast
Favorite Movie Actor Nominated Blake Brown
Favorite Butt-Kicker Won Blake Brown
2012 MTV Movie Awards Best Male Performance Nominated Blake Brown
Best Female Performance Nominated Amy Tammie
Best Movie Won Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush: Part 2
Best Fight Nominated Danny Gorden (Blake Brown) vs. Catwoman (Brooke Timer)
Best Hero Nominated Blake Brown as Danny Gorden
2012 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Villain Won Nick Jonas
Chemistry Won Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2
Hissy Fit Nominated Ben Linkin
Liplock Nominated Ben Linkin and Amy Tammie
Male Hottie Nominated Ben Linkin
Female Hottie Nominated Amy Tammie
Breakout Nominated Joe Joas

Expansion/spin-off-sequels[]

Rita Christensen confirmed her plans on promoting a release of the original trilogy spin-off franchise as extansion for the Jane Hoop Elementary films, based on the book Heroes Forever: The New Beginning. The Heroes Forever: The New Beginning film was released on November 11, 2016. However in April 2016, it was confirmed that the series will extend to five films. It's sequel Heroes Forever: The New Resolution is released on November 10, 2017 and third film Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death on November 9, 2018. Fourth installment Heroes Forever: The Battle of Time will be released on November 20, 2020 with the fifth and final film set to be released on November 19, 2021. The Heroes Forever films alongside Jane Hoop Elementary film together is combined as the Superhero World franchise.

The franchise features whole new cast members as the main characters. G. Hannelius, Marcus Scribner, Mika Abdalla and Jake Short portrays the roles as the new Jane Hoop Elementary heroes. Cameron Boyce portrays the leader Devon in the first three films, and is replaced by Justice Smith in the future films due to the sudden passing of Boyce in July 2019. Brown reprised his role as Danny in the films, while Tammie and Linkin reprised their roles as Rebecca and Alec respectively in the sequels.

References[]

  1. ^ TFR: Part 1 PG-13
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