|Written by||Garry Goodrow Thom Eberhardt and Peter Elbling|
|Studio||Walt Disney Pictures|
Honey, I Blew Up the Kid is a 1992 sequel to the 1989 film Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. The film stars Rick Moranis as Wayne Szalinski, whose two-year-old son is exposed to his growth machine, causing him to grow to an enormous size.
Daren Dochterman was credited as an illustrator on the production. Dochterman was tasked with creating many of Wayne Szalinski's inventions, as well as Adam Szalinski's stuffed toy, Big Bunny. Dochterman states that the Muppets were an influence in his design, with Jim Henson's Creature Shop building the various sizes of the ever growing "Big Bunny" stuffed toy.
- Big Bird and Mr. Snuffleupagus go to the movies to see "Honey, I Shrunk the Snuffleupagus" in Sesame Street Episode 3093.
- In the second Dinosaurs comic book, the story "Frannie, I Blew Up the Baby!" is a parody of the film.
- Dr. Bunsen Honeydew invents a very similar shrink/enlarge ray in Muppets Tonight episode 202. (video)
- Bruce Broughton scored the film
- Rick Moranis played Wayne Szalinski
- Keri Russell played Mandy Park
- Bill Prady wrote the spin-off film Honey, I Shrunk the Audience for the Disney theme parks
- Nell Scovell wrote the sequel Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves