|Directed by||Emma Watson|
|Produced by|| Charles Band|
|Written by|| Screenplay:|
|Starring|| Emma Watson|
|Music by||John Debney|
|Editing by||Sarah Flack|
|Studio|| Cinergi Pictures|
Village Roadshow Pictures
|Distributed by|| Walt Disney Pictures|
Wizard Video (home video)
|Release date(s)||June 28, 2013|
|Running time||150 min.|
|Preceded by||Rosario+Vampire Part 3 (2012)|
|Followed by||Rosario+Vampire 2 Part 2 (2013)|
Rosario+Vampire 2 is a 2013 film and the first in the second Rosario+Vampire trilogy.
|Emma Watson||Moka Akashiya|| Leyla Rangel (outer)|
Rocio Garcel (inner)
|Hoshi Ishida||Tsukune Aono||Luis Daniel Ramirez||Hoshi Ishida|
|Breck Bruns||Kurumu Kurono||Xóchitl Ugarte||Natsuko Kuwatani|
|Georgie Henley||Yukari Sendo||Patricia Acevedo||Kotono Mitsuishi|
|Kay Panabaker||Mizore Shirayuki||Karla Falcón||Mayumi Iizuka|
|Alex Watson||Kokoa Shuzen||Geraldine Bazan||Emma Watson|
|Danielle Panabaker||Ruby Tojo||Cristina Hernández||Emi Shinohara|
|Lea Thompson||Shizuka Nekonome||Laura Torres||Kikuko Inoue|
|Tobin Bell||Mikogami||Blas García||Kenta Miyake|
|Liam Aiken||Ginei Morioka||Ricardo Tejedo||Kanichi Kurita|
|Goldie Hawn||Tsurara Shirayuki||Belinda Martinez||Yuko Minaguchi|
|James Franco||Miyabi Fujisaki||Jose Antonio Macias||Yasunori Matsumoto|
|Sue Shiomi||Snow Oracle||Queta Leonel||Sue Shiomi|
- Emma Watson ordered her younger brother Alex to use his normal voice on camera at all times, as she'd be dubbing his voice anyway, and she didn't want the "undubbed" option on the DVD and Blu-ray to sound weird when Kokoa speaks.
- This film started the tradition of young teenage boys playing Kokoa. As Alex Watson was in his late teens at the time of the shoot, the only reason why he got away with playing Kokoa in the eyes of many of the most unforgiving critics is because he did it in a movie (meaning any imperfections caused by his gender could be covered up easily, such as voice dubbing).
- The first $1 billion film in the Rosario+Vampire film series.
- Emma Watson joked that if the film really did come out in the late '80s, she wouldn't want LJN to make a video game of it. The joke part comes in the "what-if" situation; the serious part comes in the "anti-LJN camp" business. Ironically, Emma proved her point by designing an NES video game and released it as an LJN game.
- Released on home video in October 2013.