Cast: Patrick Stewart (Professor X), Hugh Jackman (Wolverine), Halle Berry (Storm), Ian McKellen (Magneto), Famke Janssen (Dr. Jean Grey), James Marsden (Cyclops), Bruce Davison, Rebecca Romijn (Mystique), Anna Paquin (Rogue), Alan Cumming (Nightcrawler), Aaron Stanford (Pyro), Shawn Ashmore, Brian Cox, Kelly Hu (Anne).
Director: Bryan Sing
Executive Producers: Avi Arad, Tom DeSanto
Producers: Lauren Shuler Donner, Ralph Winter
Release date: May 2, 2003
Screenwriters: David Hayter, Michael Dougherty, Dan Harris
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Writers: David Hayter, Michael Dougherty, Dan Harris
Award (Nominated): Choice Movie Actress - Drama/Action Adventure (2003 Teen Choice Awards)
Revenues first weekend: $85.85 million
Pictures: X-Men 2 Gallery
Mutants continue their struggle against a society that fears and distrusts them. Their cause becomes even more desperate following an incredible attack by an as yet undetermined assailant possessing extraordinary abilities. The shocking attack renews the political and public outcry for a Mutant Registration Act and an anti-mutant movement now led by William Stryker, a wealthy former Army commander who is rumored to have experimented on mutants. Stryker's mutant "work" is somehow tied to Logan's mysterious and forgotten past. As Wolverine searches for clues to his origin, Stryker puts into motion his anti-mutant program - launching an attack on Xavier's mansion. Magneto, newly escaped from his plastic prison, proposes a partnership with the X-Men to combat their common and formidable enemy: Stryker. With the fates of Xavier, mankind - and mutantkind - in their hands, the X-Men face their most dangerous mission ever.
Original article: Comingsoon