Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

Maleficent and her goddaughter Aurora begin to question the complex family ties that bind them as they are pulled in different directions by impending nuptials, unexpected allies, and dark new forces at play.

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Film Cast:

  • Maleficent: Angelina Jolie
  • Princess Aurora: Elle Fanning
  • Prince Phillip: Harris Dickinson
  • Queen Ingrith: Michelle Pfeiffer
  • Diaval: Sam Riley
  • Conall: Chiwetel Ejiofor
  • Borra: Ed Skrein
  • King John: Robert Lindsay
  • Percival: David Gyasi
  • Gerda: Jenn Murray
  • Thistlewit: Juno Temple
  • Flittle: Lesley Manville
  • Knotgrass: Imelda Staunton
  • Shrike (Jungle): Judi Shekoni
  • Udo (Tundra): Miyavi
  • Ini (Desert): Kae Alexander
  • Lickspittle: Warwick Davis
  • Pinto / Button: Emma Maclennan
  • Narrator (voice): Aline Mowat
  • Young Peasant: Freddie Wise
  • Bald Peasant: Barry Aird
  • Tall Peasant: Jermaine Cope
  • Tundra Warrior Fey: Juliane Snekkestad
  • Tundra Warrior Fey: Jess Liaudin
  • Tundra Warrior Fey: Noor Dillan-Night
  • Forest Warrior Fey #3: Sarah Morghad
  • Tundra Warrior Fey Child: Oliver Frank Newman
  • Tundra Warrior Fey Child: Harry Paul Newman
  • Desert Warrior Fey: April Alexander
  • Desert Warrior Fey: Derek Horsham
  • Desert Warrior Fey: Ia Östergren
  • Desert Warrior Fey: Anthony Kaye
  • Desert Warrior Fey: Lex Milczarek
  • Jungle Warrior Fey: Xander Pipe
  • Jungle Warrior Fey: Fernanda Diniz
  • Jungle Warrior Fey: John Carew
  • Jungle Warrior Fey: Rebecca Kunikowski
  • Jungle Warrior Fey Child: Ivy-Mae Hewitt
  • Jungle Warrior Fey Child: Oliviyah Hewitt
  • Forest Warrior Fey #1: John Lebar
  • Forest Warrior Fey #2: Richard Keep
  • Forest Warrior Fey Grandfather: Bruce Lester-Johnson
  • Forest Warrior Fey Granddaughter: Elizabeth Brace
  • Tundra Spiritual Fey: Pik-Sen Lim
  • Tundra Spiritual Fey: Topo Wresniwiro
  • Desert Spiritual Fey: Chester Durrant
  • Jungle Spiritual Fey: Elizabeth Marcano-Mortlock
  • Forest Spiritual Fey #1: Julia Bender
  • Puppeteer: Mikey Brett
  • Puppeteer: Brian Fisher
  • Puppeteer: Josh Jefferies
  • Puppeteer: Jack Parker
  • Queen’s Royal Guard: Russell Balogh
  • Queen’s Royal Guard: Michael Akinsulire
  • Parapet Soldier: Camille Mallet De Chauny
  • Town Gate Soldier: Lonyo Engele
  • Town Gate Soldier: Mark Knightley
  • Main Lawn Soldier: Darcy Vanhinsbergh
  • Castle Servant: Tekle Baroti
  • Aurora’s Handmaiden: Gielliane Althea
  • Doctor: Martin Bishop
  • Queen’s Handmaiden: Adam Colborne
  • Desert Spiritual Fey Child: Ahaan Gupta
  • Forest Spiritual Fey #2: David Midthunder
  • Forest Warrior Fey Child: Briana Akinluyi
  • Priest: Tom Bonington
  • Noblewoman: Rayna Campbell
  • Noblewoman: Tina Gray
  • Parapet Soldier: Darrell Davis
  • Parapet Soldier: Robert Curtis
  • Parapet Soldier: Tom Colley
  • Parapet Soldier: David Isiguzo
  • Tundra Warrior Fey Mother: Sarah Sayuri Hare
  • Tundra Warrior Fey Baby: Chloe Fung
  • Forest Warrior Fey #4: Arjen Tuiten
  • Horse Soldier: Andre Bullock
  • Horse Soldier: Lewis Kirk
  • Peasant: Victor Perez
  • Jungle Warrior Fey Baby: Piers Horseman
  • Dandelion Faerie: Jimmy Hibbert
  • Dew Faerie: Jo Hannah Emblem Rønning
  • Dew Faerie: Holly Emblem Rønning

Film Crew:

  • Editor: Craig Wood
  • Production Design: Patrick Tatopoulos
  • Costume Design: Ellen Mirojnick
  • Characters: Ted Sears
  • Producer: Duncan Henderson
  • Makeup & Hair: Paul Gooch
  • Producer: Angelina Jolie
  • Original Music Composer: Geoff Zanelli
  • Director: Joachim Rønning
  • Producer: Joe Roth
  • Director of Photography: Henry Braham
  • Executive Producer: Jeff Kirschenbaum
  • Story: Linda Woolverton
  • Characters: Charles Perrault
  • Characters: Bill Peet
  • Characters: Winston Hibler
  • Characters: Erdman Penner
  • Characters: Joe Rinaldi
  • Characters: Milt Banta
  • Second Unit Director: Simon Crane
  • Characters: Ralph Wright
  • Screenplay: Noah Harpster
  • Unit Production Manager: Joan Schneider
  • Makeup Designer: Arjen Tuiten
  • Set Decoration: Dominic Capon
  • Casting Director: Reg Poerscout-Edgerton
  • First Assistant Director: Richard Whelan
  • Associate Producer: Bryan H. Carroll
  • Screenplay: Micah Fitzerman-Blue
  • Post Production Supervisor: Todd London
  • Co-Producer: Nikki Penny
  • Sound Effects Editor: Ben Meechan
  • Script Supervisor: Rebecca Sheridan
  • Script Supervisor: Roxanne Cuenca
  • Unit Production Manager: Alison Banks
  • Editor: Laura Jennings
  • Script Supervisor: Cathy Doubleday
  • First Assistant Director: Chris Castaldi
  • Executive Producer: Michael Vieira
  • Unit Production Manager: Annabelle Le Gresley
  • Executive Producer: Matt Smith
  • Makeup Effects Designer: David White
  • Assistant Director: Laura Jackson
  • Script Supervisor: Giulia Patanè
  • Assistant Script: Janet Kellock
  • Third Assistant Director: Christian Proctor
  • Third Assistant Director: Paula C. Frías
  • Second Assistant Director: Matthew Sharp
  • Co-Producer: Zack Roth
  • Second Unit Director: Gareth Webb
  • Assistant Director: Fraser Fennell-Ball
  • Second Assistant Director: Terence Madden
  • First Assistant Director: Nick Laurence
  • Co-Producer: R.J. Mino
  • Second Assistant Director: Mark Cockren
  • Crowd Assistant Director: Oscar Crane
  • Unit Manager: Drew Payne
  • Third Assistant Director: Faz Buffery
  • Third Assistant Director: Glen Carroll
  • Production Supervisor: Samar Pollitt
  • Third Assistant Director: Corrin Allen
  • Assistant Director Trainee: Talar Baker
  • Third Assistant Director: James Budd
  • Third Assistant Director: Joe Cox
  • Second Unit Director: Ubbe Haavind
  • Third Assistant Director: Jess Link
  • Production Assistant: Anthony Lowery
  • Third Assistant Director: Sussanah Madden
  • Third Assistant Director: Sophie Massey Broadbery
  • Third Assistant Director: Emyr Glyn Rees
  • Third Assistant Director: Oliver Tummel
  • Second Assistant Director: Jody Wiltshire
  • Third Assistant Director: Jo Winter
  • Second Assistant Director: Eileen Yip
  • Script Supervisor: Aisling Hughes
  • Assistant Script: Lucy Noble
  • Script Coordinator: Parker Neff
  • Stunts: George Harris
  • VFX Artist: Hamid Shahsavari
  • VFX Artist: Prakash Goyal
  • VFX Artist: Satoshi Takazawa

Movie Reviews:

  • SWITCH.: ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ is not only a surprising follow-up to the original film, but also among 2019’s live-action Disney offerings is the only one that I actually sat through and enjoyed. It made me laugh, and the action is really engaging. Jolie and Pfeiffer are having so much fun that you can’t help but join in. Yes, it’s filled with flaws, but it’s nice to leave a Disney film not wanting to cry in a ball and question if you really ever liked them.
    – Chris dos Santos

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  • Kamurai: Great watch, would watch again, and can recommend.

    This was a very impressive sequel to the original. I’m sure it had something to do with low expectations, “What are they going to do to follow THAT….ohhhh”.

    It’s probably the first time I’ve registered a large scale battle like this movie has since….I guess “Infinity War”, but “Lord of the Rings” seems more apt as it is a fantasy movie as well.

    What’s really odd is that this movie has too many story lines, but still manages to balance them acceptably. It also goes the extra mile to explore the angle of “it doesn’t matter how different we are, but what we do with our potential” sort of thing. There are race traitors, and true examples of evil disregard for life. Michelle Pfieffer really owns her role as an evil queen, and sure they go into backstory to give a modicum of justification, but she gets into death in a very psychotic fashion, not to mention the page.

    While the most charming part of the movie is the most boring, unity and peace, it is amazing at the great lengths people will go to prevent such a thing, and that’s really the movie that you’re watching here: someone going to every length to be a hero, and just being a jerk instead.

    Well worth the watch, and I think most would enjoy even without having watched the first.

  • r96sk: More sluggish than entertaining, for me anyway.

    I enjoyed the first film, but ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ is one I never really got into. The whole premise surrounding Angelina Jolie’s character is uninteresting, not helped by a lack of serious rationale for why characters, other than Maleficent, are acting the way they are; namely Michelle Pfeiffer’s Queen Ingrith. At best, it’s lame motivation.

    Jolie remains the star, while Elle Fanning is solid enough. Pfeiffer isn’t as enjoyable as she should be, mainly due to the aforementioned, but still produces a good display. Chiwetel Ejiofor is a terrific addition to the cast, but I can’t honestly say I’ll remember his performance here – which is a shame.

    Warwick Davis is, slightly, underused too. Also, how strange to see former professional footballer John Carew on the cast; albeit in a minor role. The effects are, pleasingly, an upgrade at least; they all look great.

    I hold no ill feelings towards this, I just wish it was greater.

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