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|Directed by||Til Schweiger
Torsten Künstler (co-director)
|Produced by||Til Schweiger
|Written by||Til Schweiger
Emma Tiger Schweiger
|Music by||Dirk Reichardt
Erik Lee Steingröver
|Edited by||Constantin von Seld|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros. Pictures|
|Budget||over €5 million|
Kokowääh 2 is a 2013 German film directed by Til Schweiger and is a sequel to the 2011 film Kokowääh. It was released in German–speaking countries (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) on February 7, 2013. The film stars Til Schweiger, his daughter Emma Tiger Schweiger, Jasmin Gerat and Samuel Finzi reprising their roles from the first film.
Two years have passed since Henry, Katharina, Tristan and Magdalena have become a family. Everyday life has returned, yet chaos breaks out. Henry begins a career as a film producer. For his first major film he has to work with the eccentric young actor Matthias Schweighöfer. Meanwhile, Katharina has become a mother and struggles with her role as a housewife and mother to baby Louis. She accuses Henry of taking no responsibility and seeks out her own apartment to give them a second chance. Tristan experiences his first midlife crises and Charlotte has left him to accept a job abroad. Tristan therefore enjoys his new freedom and gets a new young girlfriend Anna. Furthermore he moves in with Henry after Katharina moves out. The two men who now carry responsibility for Magdalena and the baby are becoming increasingly overwhelmed. So they hire an attractive nanny that moves in with them. This threatens Henry's possibility at a second chance with Katharina. Meanwhile, Magdalena falls in love with a boy for the first time.
- Til Schweiger as Henry
- Matthias Schweighöfer as himself
- Emma Tiger Schweiger as Magdalena
- Jasmin Gerat as Katharina
- Samuel Finzi as Tristan
- Maurizio Magno as Nick
- Nico Liersch as Max
- Julia Jentsch as Mother Max
- The movie title stands for Coq au vin, the only meal that Henry can cook.
- Til Schweiger choose the single Hall of Fame by the Irish rock band The Script (featuring will.i.am) for the title song of the movie. The film music comes from the Finnish Post-hardcore band Disco Ensemble.
- The shooting of the movie was to take place from 2 August 2012 to 1 October 2012. The movie was shot in Berlin and Brandenburg.
- ""Hall Of Fame" ist der Titelsong von "Kokowääh 2"" ["Hall of Fame" is the title song of "Kokowääh 2"]. thescriptmusic.com (in German). 30 October 2012. Retrieved 29 December 2013.
- Corbelle, Carlos (3 August 2012). "Til Schweiger legt los" [Til Schweiger starts]. filmreporter.de (in German). Retrieved 29 December 2013.
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