BoBoiBoy Movie 2

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BoBoiBoy Movie 2
Official theatrical poster
Directed byNizam Razak
Written byNizam Razak
Anas Abdul Aziz
Based onBoBoiBoy
by Nizam Razak
  • Nur Fathiah Diaz
  • Fadhli Mohd Rawi
  • Wong Pak Lin
  • Nizam Razak
  • Ieesya Isandra
  • Anas Abdul Aziz
  • Dzubir Mohammed Zakaria
  • Nur Sarah Alisya Zainal Rashid
  • Yap Ee Jean
  • Wong Wai Kay
Music byYuri Wong
Distributed byAstro Shaw
Release date
  • 8 August 2019 (2019-08-08)
Running time
110 minutes
BudgetMYR 7 million[1]
Box officeMYR 30 million
(US$7.4 million)[2]

BoBoiBoy Movie 2 is a 2019 Malaysian Malay-language animated superhero comedy film produced by Animonsta Studios. Directed by Nizam Razak, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Anas Abdul Aziz, it is the standalone sequel to BoBoiBoy: The Movie (2016) and first season of TV series BoBoiBoy Galaxy. The film follows BoBoiBoy and his friends as they fight an ancient villain named Retak’ka, who plans to absorb BoBoiBoy's elemental powers.

BoBoiBoy Movie 2 was simultaneously released in Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, and Singapore on 8 August 2019. The Vietnamese dub of the film was released in Vietnam on 30 August 2019.[3]

A sequel, titled Boboiboy Movie 3: Gur'latan is slated for release in late 2025.[4]


Gopal and BoBoiBoy try to retrieve a Power Sphere among a penguin monster's eggs. Gopal accidentally drops the Power Sphere, causing it to be nabbed by Adu Du and Probe, but Fang and Yaya managed to rescue it. BoBoiBoy rescues Adu Du and Probe before leaving. In space, Retak'ka, the first master of the Elements, was discovered by alien miners within crystal and escapes with a fragment of his powers. He orders the miners to locate BoBoiBoy and TAPOPS for Power Spheres which the miners accept promising more crystals.

BoBoiBoy and his friends land at Tok Aba's Kokotiam where Papa Zola meets his daughter with Mama Zila, Pipi Zola. BoboiBoy invites Fang for dinner at Aba's home whereas The Zolas and Gopal guard the Power Sphere brought along, Eggabot, from Adu Du and Probe, carrying Pipi aboard. In an emergency transmission Koko Ci tells them to go to Planet Quabaq after Retak'ka destroyed the TAPOPS Station, which BoBoiBoy has Ochobot take them to.

At TAPOPS Station, Boboiboy confronts Retak'ka, who tells him that splitting only makes him weaker, absorbing his Solar, Thunderstorm, Cyclone and Thorn elements. Gopal rescues BoBoiBoy before Ochobot urgently takes them to Quabaq while Koko Ci tells them to find Hang Kasa. There, they land by an acidic swamp.

BoBoiBoy and Ochobot scramble to retrieve the message before evacuating the sinking ship. They were ambushed by Kang Kongs, sloth monsters passive towards light. BoBoiBoy tries to fend them off using Blaze since Retak'ka stole his Solar element, but Hang Kasa rescues and takes the group to his camp with the offer to prepare them against Retak'ka.

Captain Kaizo reveals that he rescued Fang, Yaya, Ying, Koko Ci and Tarung from the TAPOPS Station on his ship and tracked the miners. He and Fang disembark on Planet Gur'latan, noticing that Retak'ka killed all their guards in his conquest to absorb energy from several planets to strengthen his Elements. Tracing the miners to Planet Bayugan where Retak'ka plans to upgrade his Wind element, Ying warns the inhabitants of the threat.

The miners discover BoBoiBoy on Quabaq allowing Retak'ka to absorb the nearby Planet Rimbara while Kaizo, Fang, Yaya and Ying evacuate the local aliens. BoBoiBoy and Gopal were forced to pay training fees much to Gopal's dismay, so Kasa claims BoBoiBoy Quake as debt and traps them in crystal. The Zolas discover that Kasa fixed Ochobot’s databank in his house, revealing that Koko Ci told them to look for Kasa to find a way to against Retak'ka. Hearing this, Kasa reveals that he was the original master of the Crystal Element and Retak'ka's old friend who discovered him on the landfill Planet Gugura, where they gained elemental powers. Retak'ka stole five more Elements and desired Kasa's Crystal power, so he drained his Elements through Ochobot, sealing him within crystal. Retak'ka arranges to meet at Earth informed that it contains the Elements he needs from Fang, Yaya and Ying which he captured.

Kasa arrives to fight Retak'ka, and Pipi breaks BoBoiBoy and Gopal free with EggaBot. BoBoiBoy intercepts Retak'ka with Blaze, and Gopal joins the fight with Ochobot. Papa, Pipi, Adu Du and Probe rescue Fang, Yaya and Ying and fend off the miners. While Retak'ka prepares to finish off BoBoiBoy, Kasa insists on returning Quake to BoBoiBoy and takes the hit, encouraging him to stop Retak'ka who then absorbs his Crystal Element.

Realizing splitting makes him weaker, BoBoiBoy fuses into FrostFire. Gopal provides him Ochobot to drain Quake from Retak'ka while Fang, Yaya and Ying arrive. Refusing to accept defeat, Retak'ka destroys a nearby dam. BoBoiBoy freezes Retak'ka with Glacier, drains the rest of his elements and blasts him to space as Supra, collapsing into the river before the others rescue him.

The next day, Mama Zila scolds Zola for taking Pipi with him. The rescued aliens, identified as the Cendawa Tribe, oversee the Earth's rebuilding, and Kasa acknowledges BoBoiBoy as the new master of the Elements.

In a post-credits scene, the masked figure [5] gives his Power Sphera, ArmoBot, to Amato for repair, asking if he should be helping BoBoiBoy.


  • Nur Fathiah Diaz as BoBoiBoy
  • Fadhli Mohd Rawi as Retak'ka
  • Wong Pak Lin as Hang Kasa
  • Dzubir Mohammed Zakaria as Gopal
  • Nizam Razak as Papa Zola
  • Ieesya Isandra as Pipi Zola
  • Nur Sarah Alisya Zainal Rashid as Yaya
  • Yap Ee Jean as Ying
  • Wong Wai Kay as Fang
  • Anas Abdul Aziz as Cici Ko, Adu Du, Probe, Tok Aba and Encik Kumar
  • Muhammad Abdurrahman Solahuddin as Ochobot
  • Hazwani Hamizah Mahayuddin as Ayu Yu
  • Nur Iman Andaliz as Tarung

English dub[edit]

  • Marsya Danialla Razak as BoBoiBoy
  • Azman Zukiply as Retak'ka and Hang Kasa
  • Ryan Lee Bhaskaran as Gopal
  • Maryam Saesol Md Riyadh as Pipi Zola
  • Puteri Sabrina Affenddy as Yaya
  • Denise Chan as Ying
  • Wong Wai Kay as Fang
  • Anas Abdul Aziz as Cici Ko, Adu Du, Probe, Tok Aba, Papa Zola and Encik Kumar
  • Ilhan Mohd Shahrizal as Ochobot
  • Hazwani Hamizah Mahayuddin as Ayu Yu
  • Kevin Adrian Barnaby as Tarung


The film's director Nizam Razak stated that the process of filmmaking for this second film is faster than the first film and only took one year to be finished. They enforced a 12-month deadline to see if they can make a film without jeopardising the quality or the storyline of the animation.[6] He admitted there is pressure in completing the movie on time but his production team of 100 people managed to do that within that time. They used better technology such as Redshift and comprehensive simulation method[7] even though the cost will be higher to give the best quality to the audience.[8] If the reaction to this film is positive, they plan to make movies consistently, with a new film every one year or every one-and-a-half year.[6]


"Fire & Water"
Single by Faizal Tahir
from the album Rojak
Released27 June 2019
LabelFaithful Music Sdn Bhd
Songwriter(s)Faizal Tahir
Producer(s)Animonsta Studios
Astro Shaw
Faizal Tahir singles chronology
"Fire & Water"
"Until We Meet Again"

The official song for the film, "Fire & Water", is written and performed by Faizal Tahir, after Animonsta Studios approached him. He described the opportunity to sing the theme song as a platform to approach young fans.[9] Its official lyric video was released on 27 June 2019[10] and the music video was released on 26 July 2019.[11] The iTunes release came on 2 August 2019, alongside all songs in his latest album, Rojak.


Before the release of BoBoiBoy: The Movie in 2016, Nizam Razak stated that they already have their ideas for the second film.[12]

Initially, this would be the first Malaysian film to be released simultaneously in Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore, and Vietnam. However, the Vietnamese release was postponed to 30 August in order to allow time to produce a full Vietnamese dub version.[13] For the Indonesian market, it is distributed by CBI Pictures while for the Vietnamese market, the film is distributed by CGV Cinemas and Mani Entertainment.[14]

There were requests to release the film in Thailand and the Philippines, as well as plans to target South Korea, India and China for future releases.[15]

Comic adaptation[edit]

This movie has been adapted into a comic titled BoBoiBoy Movie 2: Evolusi Kuasa.


Days of screening Cumulative sales in Malaysia
1 day (8 August) RM1.18 million
5 days (12 August) RM9.90 million
(US$2.36 million)[17]
8 days (15 August) RM15.80 million
(US$3.77 million)[18]
11 days (18 August) RM21 million
(US$5.02 million)[19]
18 days (25 August) RM25 million
(US$5.97 million)[20]
26 days (2 September) RM27.70 million
(US$6.62 million)[21]
70 days (18 October) RM29.57 million
(US$7.3 million)[2]

Animonsta Studios targets the film to collect more than the first film (RM15.70 million) as the number of cinemas that show this film is higher. The film collected the biggest-grossing local animation film on its first day, raking in RM1.18 million. It achieved its target by overtaking the first movie after eight days, collecting RM15.80 million. In 18 days, the film collected RM25 million within three weeks. It overtook Upin & Ipin: Keris Siamang Tunggal (2019) to become the fourth highest-grossing local film in Malaysia and the highest-grossing animation film in Malaysia, including all local and international animation films, after collecting RM27.70 million for 26 days. However, the title of the highest-grossing animation film in Malaysia was later taken by Ejen Ali: The Movie and Frozen II, which respectively grossed RM 30.8 million and RM 41.67 million.

In 70 days, BoBoiBoy Movie 2 reached RM30 million (US$7.4 million) in Malaysia, and in Brunei, Singapore and Vietnam with RM29.57 million (US$7.3 million), becoming the third highest-grossing local film within Malaysia at that time.[2]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result Ref(s)
2020 Malaysia Film Festival Best Animated Film BoBoiBoy Movie 2 Nominated [22]
2020 Laurus Film Festival Best Photo/Poster BoBoiBoy Movie 2 Won


2020 Laurus Film Festival Best Trailer/Teaser BoBoiBoy Movie 2 Won


2020 New York Animation Film Awards Best Animation 3D Film BoBoiBoy Movie 2 Nominated


2020 Florence Film Awards Best Animated Film BoBoiBoy Movie 2 Nominated



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  2. ^ a b c "|| BoBoiBoy Movie 2 - RM30 MILLION‼ ||" Facebook. 18 October 2019. Retrieved on 18 October 2019.
  3. ^ "BOBOIBOY 2: CUỘC CHIẾN NGÂN HÀ" CGV Cinemas Vietnam. Retrieved on 18 August 2019.
  4. ^
  5. ^ Identified off-screen as Maskmana
  6. ^ a b "Oh boy! BoBoiBoy is back with another movie this August Archived 13 July 2019 at the Wayback Machine" 12 July 2019. Retrieved on 20 July 2019.
  7. ^ "Penuh Emosi & Kejutan Berganda! Ini Perkara Anda Perlu Tahu Sebelum Menonton BoBoiBoy Movie 2" Gempak. 23 July 2019. Retrieved on 25 July 2019.
  8. ^ "Filem BoBoiBoy Movie 2 ditayangkan serentak lima negara" Harian Metro. 25 June 2019. Retrieved on 20 July 2019.
  9. ^ "Faizal Tahir dekati peminat muda" Berita Harian. 26 June 2019. Retrieved on 20 July 2019.
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  11. ^ "BoBoiBoy Movie 2 OST || Fire & Water - Faizal Tahir (Official Music Video)" YouTube. 26 July 2019. Retrieved on 28 July 2019.
  12. ^ "Lebih hebat, beremosi di pawagam" Harian Metro. 30 January 2016. Retrieved on 20 July 2019.
  13. ^ "BOBOIBOY 2: CUỘC CHIẾN NGÂN HÀ - OFFICIAL TRAILER | KC: 30.08.2019" YouTube. 12 August 2019. Retrieved on 14 August 2019.
  14. ^ "#Showbiz: 'BoBoiBoy Movie 2' to open in 5 countries on Aug 8" New Straits Times. 25 June 2019. Retrieved on 20 July 2019.
  15. ^ Asrul (29 July 2019). "Bigger, Bolder, Stronger! BoBoiBoy Movie 2 Hits the Screens with More Drama and Actions! - XTRA". XTRA -. Retrieved 24 November 2022.
  16. ^ "Cecah pungutan RM1.18 juta di hari pertama, BoBoiBoy Movie 2 cipta rekod filem animasi tempatan" Astro Awani. 9 August 2019. Retrieved on 9 August 2019.
  17. ^ "Baru 5 hari, Boboiboy Movie 2 sudah kutip RM9.9 juta" Astro Awani. 13 August 2019. Retrieved on 13 August 2019.
  18. ^ "BoBoiBoy Movie 2 sudah raih RM15.8 juta selepas lapan hari tayangan!" Astro Awani. 16 August 2019. Retrieved on 27 August 2019.
  19. ^ "Wow! 11 hari tayangan, BoBoiBoy Movie 2 raih RM21 juta" Astro Awani. 19 August 2019. Retrieved on 27 August 2019.
  20. ^ "Terus Membara! 3 Minggu Tayangan, BoBoiBoy Movie 2 Raih RM25 Juta" Gempak. 26 August 2019. Retrieved on 27 August 2019.
  21. ^ "Boboiboy Movie 2 filem animasi tempatan terlaris" Berita Harian. 3 September 2019. Retrieved on 4 September 2019.
  22. ^ "67 filem rebut 32 kategori FFM31". 16 January 2020.
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  24. ^ "New York Animation Film Awards".
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