“The Boss Baby: Family Business,” the animated sequel from Universal and DreamWorks Animation, has been pushed again from a March 26, 2021 launch date to now open within the fall.
“The Boss Baby” sequel will now debut on Sept. 17, 2021. It’s taking the place of DreamWorks’ animated “The Bad Guys,” which is at present unset however can have a brand new launch date in 2022 throughout the coming weeks.
Alec Baldwin and James Marsden each return for the sequel, together with newcomers Amy Sedaris and Jeff Goldblum. In the second installment, Baldwin and Marsden play grown adults who’re turned again into toddlers and need to work with the most recent member of their Boss Baby household with a view to foil a plot to show youngsters unhealthy.
The authentic “Boss Baby” made $527.9 million worldwide again in 2017. “Family Business” has director Tom McGrath and producer Jeff Hermann returning to the sequel.
“The Bad Guys” is predicated on the Scholastic guide sequence by Aaron Blabey that has offered 8.2 million copies worldwide. It follows the infamous unhealthy guys identified for pulling legendary heists — Mr. Wolf, Mr. Snake, Mr. Piranha, Mr. Shark and Ms. Tarantula — as they try their most difficult job but of turning into “good guys.”
“The Bad Guys” is directed by Pierre Perifel, who has labored as an animator on the “Kung Fu Panda” movies, and comes from a script by Etan Cohen (“Tropic Thunder,” “Get Hard”) and Hilary Winston (“Community,” “Happy Endings”).
The newest DreamWorks Animation movie launched by Universal, “The Croods: A New Age,” opened in theaters over Thanksgiving. The movie grossed $98.2 million on the worldwide field workplace and is now accessible on demand after holding a number of weeks because the primary movie on the home field workplace.
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