In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds

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In the Name of the King 2:
Two Worlds
Directed by Uwe Boll
Produced by Dan Clarke
Chawn Williamson
Written by Michael C. Nachoff
Based on Dungeon Siege series 
by Gas Powered Games
Starring Dolph Lundgren
Natassia Malthe
Lochlyn Munro[1]
Music by Jessica de Rooij
Cinematography Matthias Neumann
Editing by Peter Forslund
Studio Boll Kino
Brighlight Pictures
Studio West Productions
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release dates
  • December 27, 2011 (2011-12-27) (USA, Canada)
Running time 96 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $4.5 million

In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds is a 2011 fantasy adventure film and the sequel to In the Name of the King. The film was directed by Uwe Boll and stars Dolph Lundgren, Natassia Malthe and Lochlyn Munro.

Plot summary[edit]

Granger (Dolph Lundgren) – a former Special Forces soldier living in modern day Vancouver - is sent on a quest to fulfill an ancient prophecy. He is forcibly pulled into a time portal in his home after fighting off a small group of hooded assassins who try to kill him. He finds himself several hundred years in the past, in the forested war-torn Kingdom of Ehb. Granger teams up with an unlikely band of allies, accompanied by a female doctor named Manhattan (Natassia Malthe), with the goal of slaying the leader of the "Dark Ones"; a witch known only as the Holy Mother (Christina Jastrzembska). Fighting against all odds, Granger not only must kill the Holy Mother, but must free the land from the grasp of the evil tyrant Raven (Lochlyn Munro) and save the kingdom as well as find a way to get back to his own time.


Actor Role
Dolph Lundgren Granger
Lochlyn Munro The King/ Raven
Natassia Malthe Manhattan
Christina Jastrzembska Holy Mother
Aleks Paunovic Allard
Natalie Burn Elianna (as Natalia Guslistaya)
Elisabeth Rosen Seer
Michael Adamthwaite Thane
Michaela Mann Young Woman
Noah Beggs Pudgy Dark One


Dolph Lundgren initially turned down Uwe Boll's offer before coming back on his decision when he and his wife decided to get a divorce.

Principal photography began December 1, 2010 for a planned 2011 release. Six people were injured in an explosion on the set on the last day of shooting.

In the Name of the King 2 was released as In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds by 20th Century Fox in the United States and Canada on DVD and Blu-ray on December 27, 2011.

In Granger's office there is a photo frame made entirely of Lego elements.


A third film, In the Name of the King III (or In the name of the king 3: the last mission), was meant to be released in 2013. The film stars Dominic Purcell, with Boll returning to direct.[2]


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