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Six years after the events of the first film, Paul Blart (Kevin James) is recovering from several misfortunes. His wife Amy (Jayma Mays) divorced him six days into their marriage, and his mother Margaret (Shirley Knight) is killed after being struck by a milk truck. Paul receives an invitation to a security officers’ convention in Las Vegas and begins to believe his luck is about to change. His daughter Maya Blart (Raini Rodriguez) discovers that she was accepted into UCLA and plans to move across the country to Los Angeles, but in light of her father’s invitation, she decides to keep the information secret for now.
Paul and his daughter fly to Las Vegas and are accommodated at the Wynn Hotel. Paul meets the general manager, an attractive young woman named Divina Martinez (Daniella Alonso). Although he believes she’s flirting with him, Divina is already dating the hotel’s head of security, Eduardo (Eduardo Verástegui). Meanwhile, Maya falls in love with the hotel’s valet, Lane (David Henrie).
Another security guard from the Mall of America attending the convention, Donna Ericone (Loni Love), is aware of Paul’s heroics in saving the West Orange Pavilion Mall in the previous film and suggests that Paul will be the likely keynote speaker at the event. However, it’s revealed that another security guard, Nick Manero (Nicholas Turturro) is giving the speech that night, dealing a blow to Paul.
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 is an American action comedy film directed by Andy Fickman and written by Kevin James and Nick Bakay. It is the sequel to the 2009 film Paul Blart: Mall Cop. Kevin James stars in the film as Paul Blart, a mall cop. The other cast includes Neal McDonough, Daniella Alonso, David Henrie, Raini Rodriguez, and Vic Dibitetto. The film was released on April 17, 2015, by Columbia Pictures.
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2
Directed by: Andy Fickman
Starring: Kevin James, Raini Rodriguez, Eduardo Verástegui, Daniella Alonso, Neal McDonough, Nicholas Turturro
Screenplay by: Kevin James, Nick Bakay
Production Design by: Perry Andelin Blake
Cinematography by: Dean Semler
Film Editing by: Scott Hill
Costume Design by: Genevieve Tyrrell
Set Decoration by: Karen O’Hara
Music by: Rupert Gregson-Williams
MPAA Rating: PG for some violence.
Szudio: Columbia Pictures
Release Date: April 17, 2015