- Cast: Chris Rock, Julie Delpy, Albert Delpy, Alexia Landeau, Alexandre Nahon, Kate Burton, Dylan Baker, Daniel Brühl, Talen Ruth Riley, Owen Shipman, Malinda Williams, Carmen Lopez, Emily Wagner, Lee Robinson, Petronia Paley, Alex Manette, Marcus Ho, Gregory Korostishevsky, Mai Loan Tran, Pun Bandhu, Johnny Tran, Darlene Violette, Seth Barrish, Bhavesh Patel, Brady Smith, Simon Jutras, Tatina de Marinis
- Director: Julie Delpy
- Writers: Julie Delpy, Alexia Landeau, Alexandre Nahon
- Producers: Scott Franklin, Ulf Israel, Christopher Mazodier, Jean-Jacques Neira, Hubert Toint
- Co Producer: Julie Delpy
- Associate Producers: Arnaud Bertrand, Dominique Doutonnat, Hubert Caillard
- Executive Producer: Mathias Triebel
- Art Direction: Charles Kulsziski
- Castings: Jessica Kelly, Suzanne Smith
- Costume Design: Rebecca Hofherr
- D.O.P.: Lubomir Bakchev
- Editors: Julie Brenta, Isabelle Devinck
- Makeups: Suzanne Benoit, Julia Lallas
- Musics: Arnaud Boivin, Jean-michel Zanetti
- Set Decoration: Shelley Carclay
A sequel to "2 Days in Paris". Marion has broken up with Jack and now lives in New York with their child. But when her family decides to come visit her, she's unaware that the different cultural backgrounds held by her new American boyfriend Mingus (Rock), her eccentric father, and her sister Rose who decided to bring her ex-boyfriend along for the trip, added to her upcoming photo exhibition, will make up for an explosive mix.
- Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
- Filming Locations: New York City, USA
- MPAA Warning: Language, sexual content, some drug use and brief nudity
- Production Companies: Polaris Films
- Production Schedule: October 2010 – December 2010
2012 Guide Analysis: "A follow-up to Delpy's 2007 indie "2 Days in Paris", this continues the story of French-born photographer Marion living in New York City. Adam Goldberg's love interest is no longer in the picture, while she's now living with their child and a new American boyfriend (Chris Rock). 'Paris' scored solid notices for being a rom-com that broke the mould, making these characters unlikable and almost resentful of the fact they're together.
Yet the sharp observational writing and character humour won out. The loss of Goldberg is definitely a disappointment, and Rock isn't really an adequate replacement. Where the story will go from here though is anyone's guess, but the return of her real life parents as her scene-stealing on screen ones is welcome news."