Dimensia 2: The Job
Film information

Directed by

Jamie Shertick
Jake Sanford

Produced by

Jamie Shertick
Jake Sanford

Executive Produced by

Kendall Stainton

Written by

Jamie Shertick
Jake Sanford

Screenplay by

Jake Sanford

Story by

Jamie Shertick

Based on

Original idea by Jamie Shertick


See cast section

Music by

See music section


Jamie Shertick Productions
Sanford Productions
Singularity Entertainment
BBC Films

Distributed by

Orion Pictures Corporation (US & Canada)
StudioCanal (UK, France & New Zealand)

Release Date(s)


Running time





$539 million

Gross Revenue


See also
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Dimensia 2: The Job is an upcoming 2017 multinational live-action comedy science-fiction/fantasy action adventure film directed by Jamie Shertick and co-directed by Jake Sanford. It is a sequel to Dimensia.

Plot Edit

Anderson Kowalczyk (played by Robert Conrad) and his children, Jonathan (played by Shaun Majumder), Timothy (played by Oded Menashe), and Emily (played by Grey DeLisle) are hired by the Space Administration to find a new job to support the slowly-crumbling group. Mina, Anderson's younger daughter (played by Kelly Sildaru), is brought on, and Anderson and his crew journey back in time, where the year is 2017. After spending the day attempting to blend in, Anderson and his crew end up in a department store for the night, where they discover a hidden commercial broadcast for villains advertising Evilfest; a convention for villains and supervillains in Boston. The trio manage to hitchhike a ride with a family of villains called the Di Tragilas and impress them with their accidental villainy. Once at the convention, they see Fantasia, a female supervillain, and they impress her enough for her to hire them.

Production Edit

On January 9, 2017, Singularity Entertainment received funding, production support, and help from Corus Entertainment, Telefilm Canada, Israeli Broadcasting Authority, the New Hampshire Film & Television Office, the Massachusetts Film Office, the Maine Film Office, the Rhode Island Film & Television Office, the Connecticut Office of Film, Television and Digital Media, and others.

Filming began in New Hampshire on January 25, 2017.

Music Edit

The score is being recorded by many orchestras around the world, including, but limited to, the Brown University Orchestra, the dAKAH Symphonic Hip Hop Orchestra, the Boston Pops Orchestra, the Orchestre Symphonique de Québec, the Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad de Guanajuato, the Symphonic Orchestra and Chorus of the Secretariat of the Navy of Mexico, the Israel Police Orchestra, the Hollywood Studio Symphony, the London Symphony Orchestra, the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra, the New Japan Philharmonic, and the NHK Symphony Orchestra. Most of the recording is being done at the Newman Scoring Stage in Los Angeles, California, United States.