Universal Pictures’ animated film sequel “Sing 2” released new character posters and trailer posters, and an ultra-luxury dubbing lineup was unveiled.
Gas Jennings will return to directing “Sing 2”, which will be released in North America on December 22 this year.
The returning cast includes: Matthew McConaughey dubbed Koala Buster Moon, Reese Witherspoon dubbed pig mother Rosita, Scarlett Johansson dubbed the porcupine Ash, Taron Egerton dubbed the orangutan Johnny, Tori Kelly dubbed the elephant Meena, and Nick Kroll dubbed the boar Gunter.
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At the same time, new players include: U2 lead singer Bono, Halsey, Pharrell Williams, Letitia Wright, Eric André, Chelsea Peretti, Bobby Cannavale and other new dubbing roles.
The sequel tells that Buster Moon and the good voices from the crowd want to rush out of the local theater and go to the top of the entertainment industry-The Crystal Tower Theater to perform.
To do this, they must first persuade the entertainment industry tycoon-and possibly a member of the gang-Jimmy Crystal, the wolf voiced by Bobby Cannavale.
Crystal agreed, but there was one condition-they had to persuade the rock legend dubbed by Bono, the lion Clay Calloway, to perform again.
But Clay Calloway went into seclusion after his wife died.
“Sing 2” was once affected by the epidemic, and the film was withdrawn from April last year to December this year.
For fans who love family movies, “Sing 2” on Christmas schedule is a better choice.
According to the plan, “Sing 2” will be released on a large scale in North America on December 22 this year.
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