Saving the world again. Frankie Muniz returns as super-cool spy Cody Banks in the action-packed family comedy Agent Cody Banks: Destination London. In Cody's new adventure, a rogue CIA agent (and Cody's own instructor) has stolen a top secret mind-control device from the U.S. government. With worldwide security at stake, Cody has to go undercover in London to get it back. "Over the pond" and in hot water, Cody is forced to pose as a student at an elite music boarding school and keep the other kids from discovering his true identity, all while infiltrating covert hideouts, tracking his target - and practicing the clarinet.
To help him on his mission, Cody is assigned a new handler: a wisecracking CIA reject named Derek (Anthony Anderson) who's desperately trying to get back into the Agency's good graces. He's supposed to be posing as the boarding school chef, but unfortunately he has no idea how to cook. As things get more difficult (and more fun!), the duo finds surprise help from a fellow student named Emily (Hannah Spearritt), a hip, beautiful British Secret Service counterpart to Cody's CIA teen. Together they're on a madcap journey above, below, and around London to retrieve the mind-control device and keep from getting caught - and with them on the loose, God save the Queen! Packed with comedy, all-new gadgets, and tight new martial arts moves, Cody ultimately has to face and fight the toughest enemy possible - the very man who taught him everything he knows.
MGM Pictures is proud to present Agent Cody Banks: Destination London, a Bob Yari, , Dylan Sellers production starring Frankie Muniz, Anthony Anderson, Cynthia Stevenson, Daniel Roebuck, Hannah Spearritt, and Keith David. Directed by Kevin Allen from a screenplay by Don Rhymer and story by Harald Zwart & Dylan Sellers and Rhymer (based on the characters created by Jeffrey Jurgensen), the film was produced by Dylan Sellers, Guy Oseary, David C. Glasser, Bob Yari, and David Nicksay.
The talented production team includes director of photography Denis Crossan, production designer Richard Holland, and editor Andrew MacRitchie, with music by Mark Thomas. Agent Cody Banks: Destination London was executive produced by Danny Gold, Michael Jackman, Andreas Klein, Mark Morgan, Madonna, Jason Alexander, Jennifer Birchfield-Eick, and Kerry David.