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The opening title sequence for the third Austin Powers film is an action-packed explosion of choreography, comedy, and celebrity. They had to bring the series into the new millennium while building on the legacy of the first two films and trying to avoid the dreaded sequelitis.
So they created an action-packed, over-the-top smorgasbord of characters, sight gags, costumes and sets, as well as three separate dance numbers. The resulting sequence is a whirlwind medley of John Woo-style action, celebrity cameos, nods to classic Hollywood musicals and comedies, contemporary video vixens, and of course, a grand finale like no other.
By this point in the Austin Powers universe, Austin is a worldwide sensation and Hollywood has come knocking, optioning his story for a star-studded, big-budget blockbuster called — what else? The sequence begins with skydiving and stunts in the desert a nod to Mission: The sequence then moves into the first of its three separate dance sequences, all choreographed by Marguerite Pomerhn Derricks.
This time, thanks to the increased budget and visual effects, he is joined by title designer Simon Cassels , and together they give the credits a heavy helping of depth, sheen, and glitter. What was the reaction like to this one? How did you start out planning this? On the third one the title sequence got such a huge response it was actually difficult to sort of keep everybody as riveted to the film as they were to the title sequence!
For us, it was risky because people might just be sick of us, you know? The only way to do it was to make fun of having to live up to some sequel thing, being aware of sequelitis. Once we had the title idea, we thought, we can run with this. Deleted scene from the Austin Powers in Goldmember main title sequence featuring Austin Powers in a dressing room.