The long-awaited sequel to our first movie. In this independent, SAG feature film, Surge is back with new friends, new enemies, familiar faces, and greater perils!
The sequel commemorates the 10 year anniversary of the release of our first movie and is packed with over 50 celebrities, bigger visual effects, and cinema's first openly gay supervillain!
Time has passed since Surge's first big screen adventure. Surge has settled in as Big City's superhero. His nemesis, the Metal Master, is out of jail again, trying to reconcile with his estranged parents (played by Linda Blair and Gil Gerard). Are they more concerned about their son being gay than being a supervillain?
Metal Master is tempted to continue a life of crime by Augur (Eric Roberts), arch enemy of Omen, sage superhero from the first movie (played by Robert Picardo and Nichelle Nichols). Augur sends Metal Master on a mission to Las Vegas for a strange crystal with unique properties key to Augur's diabolical scheme.
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A short repast allows Surge some downtime while Todd shows him around Las Vegas. Their quiet time is interrupted by further news on the Metal Master. Augur and Metal Master realize Surge and his friends somehow foiled their plan. An infuriated Augur confronts Surge, causing Omen to step into the fray, sending Surge and the Surgemobile elsewhere while he/she grapples with his/her nemesis. Meanwhile, Metal Master faces an even greater challenge - his disapproving parents.
Omen is then forced to call upon her colleagues. All have portrayed DC Comics characters on TV:
Unbeknownst to Surge, Augur is part of The Council, a supervillain community, each as powerful as Omen,
motivated to emerge from the shadows after many years of peace with Omen and her cronies.
Each actor on The Council has played a MARVEL cinema character:
Find out what happens next when an array of legendary superheroes and villains clash, with more zany antics in this light-hearted, star-studded sequel!
The Surgemobile becomes a character in the sequel. The car's artificial intelligence technology displays two personalities, one played by Shannon Farnon (who played Wonder Woman on the SuperFriends! from 1974-1983) and one played by Bruce Vilanch (comedian, best known from The Hollywood Squares, and 6-time Emmy award winning writer). But what does "MAVIS" and "SIRIUS" stand for?
Although Surge no longer has Professor Ronald Richards to help him, the good Professor made enhancements to the Surgemobile to help Surge fight crime. When activating "Battle Mode," see the Surgemobile convert into the Surgebot! Watch the sequel to find out what other amazing things the Surgemobile can do!
What is Celinedionium? Find out about this mysterious, powerful, other-worldly mineral in the sequel that can only be found in Las Vegas. So important are the crystals to Augur's diabolical plan that Augur sends Metal Master from Big City to Las Vegas to dig them up from the bowels of the Earth while Augur uses his powers to prevent Omen from detecting them.
Only Frank Marino, the longest running headliner in Las Vegas, seems to know about Celinedionium and appreciates the danger of these crystals falling into the wrong hands. What is so special about these crystals that Augur is willing to risk alerting Omen and ignite the ire of his comrades on The Council?